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James Earl Jones Recites the Alphabet in a 1969 Clip From ‘Sesame Street’

2 weeks agoOdd : Laughing Squid

James Earl Jones was the first celebrity guest to appear on Sesame Street, appearing in segments in which he recited the alphabet and the numbers one through ten for the show’s pilot in 1969. According to The Muppet Wiki, Jones studied acting under Sesame Street actor Will Lee who played Mr. Hooper, and Jones’ alphabet and number clips were later […]

Hear This: Let The Oinker Sisters show you “A New Way To Walk”

In Hear This, A.V. Club writers sing the praises of songs they know well. This time around, for Sesame Street Week, we’re picking our favorite songs from the much-loved show. For all of its colorful Muppets, goofy pop culture spoofs, and flashy guest stars, Sesame Street is, first and foremost, an educational children’s program. Show More Summary

Chris Brown Insults Adrienne Bailon, Tamar Braxton And The Muppets?

Chris Brown has struck again – with his words, that is. This time around, Chris Brown targeted The Real co-hosts Adrienne Bailon and Tamar Braxton after they talked trash about him on Monday’s show. According to TMZ, Adrienne and Tamar...Show More Summary

Vincent Price on the Muppet Show Halloween special (video)

In honor of the spolls showing the Dems handily losing the US Senate to the Republicans, here's a real horror.

On Mother’s Day and Growing Up

House One: My mother is very religious! House Two: is she a fanatic? House One: No, a church! Boom Boom. - Full text from an old Muppet Show Sketch (the Paul Williams Episode) My mother isn’t religious, so she worships herself. Thus,...Show More Summary

Which TV Show Did You Go From Hate-Watching To Just Plain Watching?

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Sometimes it's more fun to watch a TV show that you kind of hate, so you can feel like those two old guys on The Muppets. If it wasn't for hate-watching, television would have a lot fewer options. But sometimes, hate can turn to love. Or appreciation. Which show did you start hate-watching and then grow to enjoy? Read more...

Great Job, Internet!: Today’s mandatory viewing: Jim Henson and the Muppets on Dick Cavett in 1971

Jim Henson and his much-loved creations are best known for a TV empire that included The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock, and Sesame Street. But it took Henson years of smaller TV appearances to build up the Muppets’ profile to a level where TV networks would take a chance on an all-Muppet production. Show More Summary

Late Late Night FDL: The Entertainer

Milton Berle and Rowlf the Dog (part one) -- The Entertainer Part One and Two followed by the UK spot wherein Miss Piggy reprises the song (part two), from episode 203 of The Muppet Show.

Late Late Night FDL: America

Dr. Teeth and The Electric Mayhem -- America, from episode 317 of The Muppet Show.

Late Late Night FDL: A Serene Salute to Japan

James Coburn and Animal -- A Serene Salute to Japan, from episode 505 of The Muppet Show.

Katy Perry’s Hair Goes Pink

Pop star Katy Perry has dyed her hair completely pink. Perry’s recent posts to Instagram show off a brand new dye job, changing her natural chestnut locks into something literally out of the Muppets. According to The Huffington Post, 29-year-old Katy Perry posted the Instagram photo of her dyed hair on Thursday. Show More Summary

This Is What We Call The Muppet Cosplay Show!

For such a big series, not many people ever cosplay as the Muppets. But that's OK. Brady Gage and his buddies are proving once again that quality trumps quantity. Read more...

Late Late Night FDL: Long John Silverstein

John Cleese -- Pigs In Space: Long John Silverstein from episode 223 of The Muppet Show.

Late Late Night FDL: Simon Smith and The Amazing Dancing Bear

Scooter and Fozzie Bear -- Simon Smith and The Amazing Dancing Bear, from episode 101 of The Muppet Show.

Watch 'Sesame Street' muppets read tweets with Jimmy Fallon on 'The Tonight Show'

On Thursday's (Sept. 11) "Tonight Show," a group of "Sesame Street" muppets stopped by to help Jimmy Fallon read tweets from the hashtag "When I Was a Kid." There are some really good ones, though the tweets read by Oscar and Murray are our favorites. Show More Summary

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