'Sesame Street’ stays cool after all these years7/11/2012
Back in 1969 when "Sesame Street" first premiered, no one knew that the educational children's TV series would become such an iconic part of the global culture. Their latest effort is a parody of increasingly popular "Call Me Maybe", where Cookie Monster sings his version, "Share It Maybe"-- about cookies of course. SS literally has a waiting list of celebrities who want in on guest spots for the series, an accomplishment that has become a true milestone for people. Tina Fey's appearance is one of the standouts in the last few years. While celebs line up to find Sesame Street, the gang is busy making their own hilarious guest spots on reality shows like "Top Chef" and "Cake Boss." Katy Perry had one of the most successful viral appearances after her duet with Elmo got her in some hot water over wardrobe choices. Ricky Gervais also scored a trending hit, when his outtakes interview with Elmo got mad props from the Internet a few years back. Whether you're two or sixty-two it seems that the show has a little something up its sleeve to keep you laughing and learning one generation to the next.
What’s your favorite “Sesame Street” memory?