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    jessmpro33

    [1]Sep 28, 2007
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    which is yours?

    i like the HEEEEEEERE FISHY FISHY FISHY!! one with Bert and Ernie in the boat fishing and Earnie does that and fish jump in but they don't come for Bert.

    I laughed my head off when i saw that!

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    libraman92

    [2]Oct 13, 2007
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    jessmpro33 wrote:

    which is yours?

    i like the HEEEEEEERE FISHY FISHY FISHY!! one with Bert and Ernie in the boat fishing and Earnie does that and fish jump in but they don't come for Bert.

    I laughed my head off when i saw that!

    i dont understand..

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    higal01

    [3]Oct 28, 2007
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    I just saw this 1 today:

    Its Meal or no Meal!

    Meal or no Meal?
    Deal or No Deal?

    Get it?
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    qpwo5

    [4]Nov 14, 2007
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    The madtv skit where big bird get the bird flu is funny.

    The song skits are funny too

    Edited on 11/14/2007 8:41am
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    allclearchalupa

    [5]Feb 19, 2008
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    i liked special letters unit. it was funny. i also luv prarie and cookie monster
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    jessmpro33

    [6]Mar 20, 2008
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    libraman92 wrote:
    jessmpro33 wrote:

    which is yours?

    i like the HEEEEEEERE FISHY FISHY FISHY!! one with Bert and Ernie in the boat fishing and Earnie does that and fish jump in but they don't come for Bert.

    I laughed my head off when i saw that!

    i dont understand..

    i mean this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFTjeaDlxDI&feature=PlayList&p=4728AC240104616F&index=0

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    EdFan101

    [7]Jun 7, 2008
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    i like the cookie monster skit with the cookie queen that was funny
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    Antique22

    [8]Jan 10, 2010
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    higal01 wrote:
    I just saw this 1 today: Its Meal or no Meal! Meal or no Meal? Deal or No Deal? Get it?
    I've NEVER seen this Meal Or No Meal skit on Sesame Street's newest season and I keep wanting to see it and the only reason I found out about the Meal Or No Meal skit was that Howie Mandel mentioned it in his book Here's The Deal. Also did Howie Mandel provide the voice of the host of Meal Or No Deal and is the name of the host of Meal Or No Meal also Howie too. That Sesame Street skit sounds really cool.

    Tiki

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    RugratsFan1990

    [9]May 26, 2010
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    Hmm... I don't know what my absolute favorite Sesame Street skit is, so I'll just list some of the ones that I do like:



    NTV - A throwback to the classic days of MTV when they still played music videos. This skit featured Nick Normal and the Nick Matics singing about the Letter N.



    Any of the Baby Tooth and the Funky Funk skits - I loved all of them. Seeing them dance is just too enjoyable to watch for me to list just one.



    Baby Bear's bath song - I'm not so sure how many of your guys remember this one. Sadly it can't be seen on Youtube, I checked. I do have it taped off TV, but I don't have a capture device so I can't upload it. What happens in that skit is that Baby Bear is in his bathtub, thinking that he's away from Goldilocks to help him. He sings a "scrubby scrubby" song, and at the end, Goldlocks is found in the bathtub with a snorkel on.



    I could go on and on about my favorite Sesame Street skits, but I'll stop here for now.

    Edited on 05/30/2010 12:11am
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    Antique22

    [10]Aug 2, 2010
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    Do you remember a Sesame Street skit called Family Food? It was a really funny throwback of Family Feud and featured Guy Smiley as Richard Dawson. I loved the game show skits that Sesame Street had because they were hillarious,


    Tiki

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    WWinnieF

    [11]Sep 23, 2010
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    Antique22 wrote:

    higal01 wrote:
    I just saw this 1 today: Its Meal or no Meal! Meal or no Meal? Deal or No Deal? Get it?
    I've NEVER seen this Meal Or No Meal skit on Sesame Street's newest season and I keep wanting to see it and the only reason I found out about the Meal Or No Meal skit was that Howie Mandel mentioned it in his book Here's The Deal. Also did Howie Mandel provide the voice of the host of Meal Or No Deal and is the name of the host of Meal Or No Meal also Howie too. That Sesame Street skit sounds really cool.

    Tiki

    Well, many TV personalities are in themselves Muppet fans, so there you go.
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    RugratsFan1990

    [12]Oct 10, 2010
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    Another one of my favorites would be Super Morphin' Mega Monsters. I'm a big fan of the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, and I love how Sesame Street parodied the series. The stories to the series involves setting a lesson straight to other monsters. Weather it's sharing with others or not judging a monster by their color. The Super Morphin' Mega Monsters is one that I have very fond memories of.

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    WWinnieF

    [13]Dec 5, 2010
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    RugratsFan1990 wrote:

    Another one of my favorites would be Super Morphin' Mega Monsters. I'm a big fan of the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, and I love how Sesame Street parodied the series. The stories to the series involves setting a lesson straight to other monsters. Weather it's sharing with others or not judging a monster by their color. The Super Morphin' Mega Monsters is one that I have very fond memories of.

    Same. It's akin to Animaniacs! parody of MMPR (Super Strong Warner Siblings), in a way.
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    Antique22

    [14]Feb 15, 2012
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    As fans of The Closer my mother and I love the Sesame Street parody skit of The Closer and it's so hillarious and the Muppet character of Brenda is so cute and sounds to a T exactly like Kyra Sedwick. Have you seen this skit it's really cool?,


    Tiki

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    Queshin

    [15]Feb 18, 2012
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    Put down the Duckie is my favorite!

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    Maroon4

    [16]Nov 3, 2012
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    I like the segments with Lefty the salesman. When I watched the show as a little kid, I also liked the "T for Toes" segment. That skit was kind of a guilty pleasure to me. (If you're not familiar with the skit, you can view it on YouTube.)

    Edited on 11/03/2012 10:21am
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