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    Posted on Nov 27, 2017

    "Sesame Street" Has Been Spoofing TV Shows And Films And You Need To See It

    Featuring Furry Potter and the Goblet of Cookies and Orange Is the New Snack.

    1. Sharing Things (a parody of Stranger Things)

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    Cookiegorgon, in the "Snackside Down", decides to the join the Sharing Things kids trick-or-treating on Halloween night, disguised as a flower.

    However, he proceeds to eat all of the candy that they get, leading to a powerful intervention by Eleven.

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    Yes, the number 11 is Eleven. What absolutely genius casting.

    Cookiegorgon then shares a waffle with Barb.

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    In a delightful twist in this version, Barb isn't dead.

    2. Upside Downton Abbey (a parody of Downton Abbey)

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    In an idea that can only work in children's television, Upside Downton Abbey consists of an upside-down abbey where nobody can eat or drink anything as everything keeps falling to the ceiling.

    3. Furry Potter and the Goblet of Cookies (a parody of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire)

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    Furry Potter (aka Cookie Monster) learns the value of listening to instructions, in order for him to claim a goblet full of cookies.

    It then concludes with this little bit of "magic".

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    4. Twilight: Breaking Cookie (a parody of Twilight: Breaking Dawn)

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    It's pretty much the same film but with cookies tbh.

    5. When Cookie Met Sally (a parody of When Harry Met Sally)

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    See? The sketch didn't go there. In this version, Cookie learns the value of waiting in line for food, and then of course tucks into some cookies.

    6. The Hungry Games: Catching Fur (a parody of The Hunger Games: Catching Fire)

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    Cookieness Evereat volunteers for a game where you have to control yourself and not eat cookies, and learns the benefits of healthy eating.

    Cookieness also makes this very important point.

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    7. Game of Chairs (a parody of Game of Thrones)

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    In a bloodless version of Game of Thrones, the puppets play a game of musical chairs to decide who will be the king or queen of Jesteros. Daenerys is out first, then Joffrey, which will no doubt infuriate some of the GoT geeks.

    8. Star S'Mores (a parody of Star Wars)

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    Princess Parfaya (who has Oreo cookies for Leia-style buns) has been taken hostage by an evil whisk from the Evil Galactic Empire, and is later saved by Luke Piewalker.

    The best character in this parody? Chewie...the Cookie.

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    Oh and "Only One Cannoli".

    9. Orange Is the New Snack (a parody of Orange Is the New Black)

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    At Litchfield Academy (not Penitentiary) the students learn what an orange is, and that it's full of essential vitamins. Even Mr Moustache likes an orange.

    10. The Walking Gingerbread (a parody of The Walking Dead)

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    Cookie Monster is desperate to eat cookies, but every time he opens a packet some gingerbread monsters (called the Crumbies) come and swipe the packet.

    Cookie Monster is then taught that dancing is a distraction from cookies, which he enjoys immensely.

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    So he decides to he teach the Crumbies self-control through dancing and they all dance off together into the sunset.

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    Not sure whether this would work with the zombies from The Walking Dead.

    11. Homelamb (a parody of Homeland)

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    I have forgotten most of what happened in the original Homeland, but I don't think it consisted of sheep trying to track down the Big Bad Wolf, who is fooling them by wearing sheep's clothing.

    12. Jurassic Cookies (a parody of Jurassic Park)

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    Cookie Monster gets chased by a prehistoric cookie. Sorry for the spoiler, but in the end they stop the prehistoric monster by hugging it.

    13. And finally, 30 Rocks (a parody of 30 Rock)

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    We literally see Liz Lemon (as a lemon) counting 30 rocks.

    I want the job where you write these.

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