Near the end of Muppet Guys Talking, puppeteer Dave Goelz is asked a question about where he’s found the nobility in his life’s work. “[In] folly,” he answers. “Human folly. Celebrating the degree to which we’re all lost.” That’s just one instance of how this documentary about the world’s favorite puppets gets…
I can’t stand Elmo, just can’t deal with this damn Muppet anymore. He’s cute, he’s shrill, and he has made Sesame Street worse.
These are the work of Jesse Bray, whose portraits of famous pop culture characters have just enough geometry to them to be interesting but aren’t completely abstracted.
Thor’s Hammer, Captain America’s shield... they’re all gone. Cookie Monster ate them.
Sesame Street did a parody of Comic-Con called Numeric Con. Batman, Wolverine, Doctor Who, and a suitably hammy Captain Kirk make an appearance:
In this video from Mashable, the Sesame Street crew, along with Zachary Levi sing about the wonders of putting down your technology and going outdoors on a sunny day. Maybe they just haven't bought into our all virtual reality future.
Don't get us wrong. We love The Muppets. Everybody loves the Muppets. But we love some Muppets more than others, because some Muppets are better than others, while some made us groan whenever they appeared on-screen. Here are a dozen Muppets that completely suck felt.
Peter Dinklage and Lena Heady have a life outside of butting heads as the Lannister siblings in Game of Thrones. I know that. It's still kind of strange (if not amusing!) to see them both on a show like Sesame Street, though.
The Internet is a funny place. Do pretty much anything, and someone, somewhere is going to turn it into an animated GIF. Because there is a law written somewhere that pretty much legally binds us all to this rule.
Having Elmo's Letter Adventure glitch out like this on me would have scarred me as a child, dear lord.
There's a new Sesame Street DVD out that is, according to whichever Muppet writes their press releases, "full of fun video game spoofs". It appears they are telling the truth.
I'd never seen a Muppet operated in person until Friday at Hasbro's San Diego Comic-Con booth. In my heart and in my mind I still have never seen a Muppet operated in person — I just saw Super Grover.
When Microsoft announced earlier this year that Double Fine would be making a Kinect-based Sesame Street game, many wondered if the developer studio behind Psychonauts and Brutal Legend were leaving their own original ideas behind for a lucrative license. But Nathan Martz, project lead on Sesame Street: Once Upon A…
The team-up between DoubleFine productions and one of the most beloved TV shows ever continues as a new add-on comes to Xbox Live this week. Unidentified Furry Objects introduces strange, interstellar new visitors to the storybook game and they'll get a helping hand from Cookie Monster, Elmo and the kids and adults…
Microsoft wants to make Sesame Street interactive.
This promotional video for Double Fine's Once Upon a Monster teaches children several important lessons. For instance, look how well cookies fit inside the Xbox 360 DVD drive. Bet they hadn't thought of that.
Street Fighter and Sesame Street? Mario and Sesame Street worked just fine, so sure, why the hell not.
dreamGear used their new Sesame Street DS cases as impromptu press kits during E3. I swear I didn't buy an Elmo case. You guys believe me, right?