In one of the cutest Sesame Street classic videos a young girl trolls Kermit the Frog while singing the "ABC's" song, by arbitrarily saying "Cookie Monster" instead of letters. With some editing we see Kermit join "Thug Life" after he reaches his breaking point with the young lady's shenanigans. No one from Cookie Monster's camp could be reached for comment.
This pitch reel, probably produced in 1968, was created by the Childrens' Television Workshop to get funding and distribution for a show idea called Sesame Street. It's a fascinating look at the beginnings of the now-gargantuan public television show, and it uses Muppets to sell the idea. My favorite part is at 22:17, where a… READ THE REST
Originally filmed in the 1980s, director Paul Fierlinger and his team of animators present the process of creating Sesame Street's Teeny Little Super Guy. This video gives a little background on the making of Teeny Little Super Guy. A number of these were filmed back in the early 1980's for Sesame Street under the direction… READ THE REST
A Detroit-area home inspector was charged with aggravated indecent exposure and property damage after being caught on camera "pleasuring" himself with an Elmo doll. Kevin Wayne VanLuven, 59, was hired to inspect a home in Oxford Township, Michigan, that was being sold. Unbeknownst to him, a nursery cam detected movement and alerted the owner to… READ THE REST
There's a reason why the movie Sideways was such a hit with audiences. Sure, it had a great cast and a fun script, but part of its success was baked into its premise. It was a comedy about people who took wine way too seriously. That's an idea that practically writes itself. You know all… READ THE REST
Nothing is worse than having your devices die when you're out and about. Sure, standard portable power banks will do the trick, but most are too bulky to carry around in your pockets. Plus, then you have to worry about the long charge times for those power banks have, not to mention the hassle of… READ THE REST
No matter how good your vision may be, the naked eye sure misses a lot. Like if you ever look up close at a Van Gogh painting — all those brush strokes and swirls are the magic behind any of the artist's masterpieces. And the same goes with other things in life, whether it be… READ THE REST