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    Johnny2071

    [1]Aug 30, 2006
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    Did they ever do a Sesame Street where the Count kills sombody and sucks their blood for sustenance.
    Edited on 09/15/2006 2:53pm
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    dude6363

    [2]Aug 31, 2006
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    Yeah that happened a few seasons ago. Then Ernie and Bert came out of the closet and Big Bird and Elmo got it on. Gimmie a break this is a toddler show!
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    Johnny2071

    [3]Sep 1, 2006
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    dude6363 wrote:
    Yeah that happened a few seasons ago. Then Ernie and Bert came out of the closet and Big Bird and Elmo got it on. Gimmie a break this is a toddler show!


    The creators of Family Guy should make an adult-version series of Sesame Street with separate stories where off-the-wall things happen. It will be funny as hell!
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    dude6363

    [4]Sep 2, 2006
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    They did a spoof I believe the last season that just happened. It was just like maybe a 35 second thing it was very funny I remember it well.
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    Johnny2071

    [5]Sep 3, 2006
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    dude6363 wrote:
    They did a spoof I believe the last season that just happened. It was just like maybe a 35 second thing it was very funny I remember it well.


    I'm talking about a whole series of Sesame Street spoofs.
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    dude6363

    [6]Sep 4, 2006
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    That would get old fast a'la Napolyon Dynamite....
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    Johnny2071

    [7]Sep 4, 2006
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    dude6363 wrote:
    That would get old fast a'la Napolyon Dynamite....


    eh....
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    niceguyposer

    [8]Sep 13, 2006
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    Family Guy did do a spoof of Sesame Street.  Bert was a cop in a really bad neighborhood (Sesame Street) and he and Ernie were gay.

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    niceguyposer

    [9]Sep 13, 2006
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    Johnny2071 wrote:
    Did they ever do a Sesame Street where the Count kills sombody and sucks their blood for susculence.

    The word is "sustenance".
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    little_magelly

    [10]Sep 19, 2006
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    Johnny2071 wrote:
    dude6363 wrote:
    Yeah that happened a few seasons ago. Then Ernie and Bert came out of the closet and Big Bird and Elmo got it on. Gimmie a break this is a toddler show!


    The creators of Family Guy should make an adult-version series of Sesame Street with separate stories where off-the-wall things happen. It will be funny as hell!

    No way.
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    NovaScotianDude

    [11]Oct 22, 2006
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    Johnny2071 wrote:
    Did they ever do a Sesame Street where the Count kills sombody and sucks their blood for sustenance.

    What the hell man? That would give the kids nightmares!

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    kenya85

    [12]Oct 29, 2006
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    The original post is so funny because I know that he was just kidding.............or at least I hope he was.
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    NovaScotianDude

    [13]Oct 30, 2006
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    He was only joking?????
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    KatieWagnersSis

    [14]Dec 19, 2006
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    Even if he was joking, screw Family Guy and thier repetitive jokes.
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    chkenparm

    [15]Feb 6, 2007
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    It was a question Peter asked Brian in Family Guy.
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    tazmindevil

    [16]Feb 15, 2007
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    how come this seasme st forum has turned to family guy?
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    WWinnieF

    [17]Nov 20, 2008
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    tazmindevil wrote:
    how come this seasme st forum has turned to family guy?
    Because the idiotic question asked the beginning of this thread was a question asked by Peter of Brian on Family Guy.
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