At some point, we’re not sure when, Sesame Street stopped being a low-key educational children’s program and started being an educational children’s program that finds time to create internet-friendly parodies of whatever pop culture event is huge in a given week. So yeah, of course the show has made an Avengers-themed sketch and of course it’s called The Aveggies: Age of Bon Bon and of course it recasts Cookie Monster as the Hulk.
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Tom Hiddleston, a.k.a. Loki in Marvel's The Avengers and Thor: The Dark World, is in a new guest spot on Sesame Street, in which he teaches Cookie Monster an ever important lesson about delayed gratification by being withholding with a plate of cookies, because showing Cookie Monster a plate of cookies and not immediately giving him one is pretty much the most Loki thing you can do. "I just made the correlation between your name and what I'm about to eat," says Hiddleston. Do not trust a word he says, Cookie Monster. He is the god of lies.
Share It Maybe, Cookie Monster's remix of the popular Carly Rae Jepsen song, became an instant internet hit, going viral roughly 17 seconds after it hit the web. Riding the wave of his newfound musical success, this time Cookie Monster is joined by his good friend (and occasional superhero) Grover, as they visit the Entertainment Weekly offices and do musical spoofs of The Avengers, Doctor Who, The Hunger Games, and even The Newsroom.
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