I don't know why I watched this, but they Mentioned Sesame Street on Looney Toons Babies. Apparently, the plot (what I got of it) featured the TV getting Broken or the power going out or something, so they put on their own shows with a cardboard TV, and they were the players (sounds familliar, huh?) Bugs, Tweety and Taz did some sort of Sesame Street Parody (that I can't recall the name of) and says, "Today's show is broguht to you by the letter (he holds up a scribble, he can't read just yet) and the number one Billion (?)!" SOmeopne asks why he used that, and he says "All the other numbers were taken by that other show." Taz was the Grump (a take off on Oscar the Grouch) and lived in a crate. That's all I got. On the live action Tick, Tick was going through an identity crisis. Then Arthur (as a narrator) says that maybe the Tick has lost his mind (or the rough equivillant). The Tick is watching Grover, and he says..."DADDY????" On an opening of an Episode of Garfield and Friends, Garfield says, "Today's show is brought to you by the letter K and the number 9!" On last seasnon's Simpsons, in which the Republican Party destroys the enviroment, Krusty Suggests, "How about we gewt rid of PBS? Those lousy Muppets have been stealing food out of my mouth for too long!"