The Avengers– excuse me, the Aveggies are vegetable maniacs as they battle the dastardly Bon Bon, who attempts to ruin the world’s supply of healthy food because he’s in deep with Big Sugar or something.
A super villain was prepared to destroy all the healthy foods in the world, until one hero, actually, several heroes stuck together to save the world’s vegetables! Together, Dr. Brownie, Onion Man, Captain Americauliflower, Black Bean Widow, Mighty Corn, and Zuchin-eye are…The Aveggies!
All your favorite Avengers from the first film are represented! Can Dr. Brownie – aka Cookie Monster – focus on the problem at hand long enough to turn into a giant green monster and eat the spaceship cookie sent by the nefarious Bon Bon? As the gif shows, yes, but it doesn’t come without some hard work trying to focus. And also some hilarious slams on Hawkeye. Captain Americauliflower gets his shield chomped, and Mighty Corn has his hammer devoured. It’s a sad day for miraculous weapons but a great day for people who like watching food-based weapons get eaten. And don’t worry, they throw in a shawarma joke.
It’s important that kids learn to focus on things in this ADHD world of constant interruptions, and using the visually busy framework of a Hollywood blockbuster to deliver that message is some grade A subversion. But it’s all about Cookie Monster getting his chomp on!
“Me always hungry” — Dr. Brownie
Check out Sesame Street‘s Avengers: Age of Bon Bon below!
Sesame Street has dropped another awesome Cookie Monster film parody, this time bringing us a take on The Wizard of Oz that also teaches children to learn to listen to directions, and even to use mnemonic devices. Cookie Monster is Dorothy, and if he wants to find the legendary Cookie of Oz, he’ll need to listen and follow the directions of Glindigestion, who burps her way in and out of the short. There is a Cookie Tin Man and flying monkeys to round out the cast. The important thing is we all learn to listen. Or something like that, I wasn’t paying attention! ::hit by flying monkey::
If Cookie Monster wants to find the Cookie of Oz, he must remember the directions. He must follow the chocolate chip road, do the opposite of what the cookie tin man says, and finally, go through the Emerald Green door. See the world turn from black and white to color in The Cookie of Oz.
Watch it below! See, now you are learning to listen to directions…
Sesame Street brings us the latest Cookie Monster movie parody: Les Mousserables! I’m not a big Les Mis fan, but I’m sure all the theater fans will love it.
Jean Bon-Bon is a very sad French guy in pursuit of cookies in the streets of Paris. He must figure out a way to survive and help his fellow Parisians find cookies.
Jean Bon-Bon (Cookie Monster) both learns to identify other people’s feelings and how to take their feelings into consideration and share the wealth. I’m sure Fox News will be condemning this once they learn how to watch videos on their computer. Get it? Fox News is full of old people.
The video is pretty funny, and even has some nice Snuffleupagus-themed French Architecture, something someone needs to build immediately! It’s also a better film than the recent actual Les Misérables film, which was terrible because it was directed by someone who won an Oscar for Best Director and then promptly directed a film that looks worst than what I shot when I left the video camera on when it was in the camera bag. Tom Hooper almost invented an Oscar recall with this crap. Perhaps he should learn a thing or two from this video about learning about feelings.
Cookie Monster continues his streak through the world of cinema with this take on The Karate Kid. In The Biscotti Kid, Cookie Monster must learn to listen properly in order to get the black and white cookie belt. Also there is a Karate Squid character, a whole song parody of The Glory of Love(!), and even callbacks to the chopstick scene. All in all, you can tell the writers really loved The Karate Kid and were happy to do this homage. And also take a dig at the remake! I continue to love the Sesame Street film parodies, because I am awesome and like awesome things. Don’t you want to be awesome? And you can even learn to listen, a skill far too many people have nowadays. Perhaps these parodies do just as much help on adults as they do on children…
Be the best around and watch The Biscotti Kid, and nothing’s ever gonna keep you down.*
Snacks on. Snacks off. Martial Arts Master takes on Cookie Monster as a student of Biscotti Karate. Can he train Cookie Monster to be…The Biscotti Kid? “Cookie’s Crumby Pictures,” is an all new segment on Sesame Street, teaching kids self-regulation and executive function skills.
Sesame Street reveals their latest entry in their movie parody line, with a take on Life of Pi called Life of Whoopie Pie
Whoopie Pie and Cookie Monster are stranded in the middle of the ocean, but luckily they have a boat made of chocolate chip cookies they can try to row back to land in…a boat made of chocolate chip cookies?! Can Cookie Monster control himself and not eat the boat? Find out in Life of Whoopie Pie.
Yes, it is a tale of learning about controlling yourself. Something Cookie Monster obviously needs lessons in, even if he isn’t trapped in the ocean on a boat made out of cookies. The lessons learned will teach your children to not eat their own boats when they are trapped at sea, something that just might save their lives someday!
In other news, I really want a bunch of cookies! Good thing I can control myself (because nowhere nearby is selling cookies…)
It’s time for more Sesame Street fun with their latest parody video, which knocks that darn Lord of the Rings down a few pegs! In Lord of the Crumbs, Cookie Monster is a monster named Gobble, and he must recreate the recipe for cookies using his memory! The video will teach you how to have patience, to use mnemonic devices to remember things, and that Mt. Doom was really just an oven. Like I always knew!
Legend speaks of a dessert unimaginably sweet and delicious, and when it was destroyed all that remained was the dessert’s powerful recipe. It remained in the hands of a monster named Gobble for a long time, but when it disappeared, all cookies on Monster Earth disappeared along with it. It is up to Cookie Monster to use his memory and remember the recipe in order to bake the cookies in the fires of Mount Crumb.