Sesame Street

Discussion in 'TV' started by squawkers7, Aug 16, 2005.

  1. squawkers7

    squawkers7 radical rebel

    My 5 yr old grand-daughter was watching sesame street this morning. I asked her who her fave character was on the show but she couldn't name 1. So I asked my 10 yr old son & he likes Elmo....my daughter who will be 8 yrs old next week like Bert. My favorite has always been Big Bird.

    Who is your fave character on Sesame Street?
     
  2. I like the garbage guy LOL
     
  3. .::INCUBUS::.

    .::INCUBUS::. Member

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    OH! I Loved that show when I was little!

    I've always absolutly LOVED elephants and sense snuffleupagus most resembles one (I'm not sure exactly what the hell he's supposed to be! lol), he was always my favorite :)


    I also went through a short phase where cookie monster was my fav.



    Bert and Ernie.... hmmm.... do you think they're supposed to be Gay?
    didn't they bathe together often? hehe
     
  4. mystical_shroom

    mystical_shroom acerbic

    the count and cookie monster...
    Anyone remember that Sesame Street movie "Follow that Bird"
     
  5. surfn hippie

    surfn hippie Member

    ooo cookie monster is going to eat carrots now bc COOKIES R BAD FOR KIDS!!! wtf soon the count wount be a vampire and the gruch cant live in hes trash can wats wrong with people theses day leave sesame stree alone
     
  6. squawkers7

    squawkers7 radical rebel

    Just One Me

    Words and Music by Jeff Moss
    1977 Festival Attractions, Inc. (ASCAP)

    sung by Big Bird (Carroll Spinney)

    There's just one me
    Nobody like me
    Take a look and see
    Just one me
    The sound of my voice is like no voice that you've heard
    Whatever I am, I know I'm one special bird!

    There's just one me
    Nobody like me
    Look around and you'll agree
    In the whole wide world of people that you see
    There is just one me!

    There's just one you
    Nobody like you
    Take a look, it's true
    Just one you
    The smile on your face is like no smile that I've seen
    You're one special person if you know what I mean

    There's just one you
    No other person
    Who does all the things you do
    Yes, it's absotively, posolutely true
    There is just one you!
     
  7. kif

    kif Member

    Oscar, your a grouch.
    Bitch I live in a fuckin trash can!!!!
     
  8. Awww. Sesame street. Oh,the memories. I used to watch that all the time. Sometimes it would be highly entertaining and wonderful,othertimes I'd get so confused it would scare me. Kind of like good and bad acid trips...Oh,and my favourite character is snuffy & grover.
     
  9. kif

    kif Member

    I wrote a short story in High School about the Muppets infiltrating Sesame Street to take over their turf and control the drug trade that Big Bird and Snuffy were currently running. I got an A. :)
     
  10. Burbot

    Burbot Dig my burdei

    i always looooved grover, specially when he mixed up that blue guy in the bowler cap's order at the resturant...

    bert and ernie were NEVER gay, if they were, they would have admitted it

    although i said grover was my favorite, basil, louie [dodi too to a very small extent, i didnt like her much] will always be a close tie for second [they were on canadain sesame street]...Basil ws a polar bear, and louie was his best friend, a french weasle, or otter, or somethign...dodi was just a green lady who flew a plane...
     
  11. TheLizardQueen

    TheLizardQueen horny for knowledge

    Hmmm Grover and Oscar are my faves! I can never tire of Seseme Street
     
  12. hippie1987

    hippie1987 Guest

    It's been so long ago since I last saw Sesame Street so I can barely remember the show. I loved it as a kid and if was still on in the Uk I'd be still watching it and I'm not ashamed to say that not in the slightest.
    Anyway, my favourite character has to be the Cookie Monster!
     
  13. taxrefund90

    taxrefund90 Member

    probably big bird. he kept the show together. when the married couple were having marital problems, he was the one who stepped in and made things better.
     
  14. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    http://www-cs-students.stanford.edu/~csilvers/muppet-characters.html

    i still love this show. i think i watch it more than my children.

    favorite character is Roosevelt Franklin.. he sings the birthday song i just love!

    i remember when mr hooper died.. i cried (even though i was 8 or 9). i'm so happy it's still mr hoopers store and theirs pictures of him all over sesame street.. what a way to be remembered.
     
  15. Burbot

    Burbot Dig my burdei

    oh shit...anyone remember the "wet paint" song? or the song the owl sang to ernie about playing the sax while holding a duckie?
     
  16. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    hoots the owl.. yeah he's great too


    wet paint song? sing me a bit i'm sure i'll remember
     
  17. Burbot

    Burbot Dig my burdei

    ive got no clue how it acctually goes...all i remember is "wet pain, wet paint" which is the background vocals...and a bunch of paint dripping down the camera and stuff


    maybe im insane :rolleyes:
     
  18. Boogabaah

    Boogabaah I am not here

    ahahaha .. sesame street has changed a lot in the past few years.. not as good as it used to be. DARN ELMO'S WORLD!!!


    my kids love their website.. www.sesamestreet.com my 3yr old will sit and play for HOURS! "I WANNA PLAY ELMO! I WANNA PLAY ELMO!"
    she's 3 and knows her ABC's and can count to 20. seems she only picked it up.. really understood what i had been singing and counting to her after playing on their site.
     
  19. Bynrdskynrd

    Bynrdskynrd Member

    "WET PAINT-WET PAINT!"

    "One-Two-Three-Four-Five-Six-Seven-Eight...NINE, TEN...!"

    "...ELEVEN, TWELVE!"

    Anyone rememeber Guy Smiley?

    "i remember when mr hooper died.. i cried (even though i was 8 or 9)." I remember that episode too...when Big Bird wanted to know what happened to him...I think I was about six or seven, and hit the roof. I think it was the first time I ever dealt with the concept of Death before...

    Wow...now that I think of it, I learned a lot from Sesame Street...
     

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