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Desc:pretty self-explanatory
Category:Classic TV Clips, Nature & Places
Tags:Muppets, Sesame Street, cookie monster
Submitted:Rev. Blackson Pollock
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Muddy Mae Suggins
Yeah. I'm okay with this.
Cookie Monster learns the value of things beyond their simple cookieness.
Here we see Cookie Monster on his way to becoming the next Galactus, until he has ethical doubts concerning his actions.
The Mothership
This, although his actions are technically aesthetic.

I am willing to believe that the final episode of Sesame Street will be Cookie Monster deciding to eat planets regardless of the cost of innocent lives and choosing Ernie as his Herald. Or possibly Oscar, I think Oscar would make a great Herald, he has the trash can which he can in theory use for transportation, he has a mini-Herald in Slimy the worm(who has been to space already). Yeah, I change my vote from Ernie(who I think would make a good Herald because of his laugh alone) to Oscar, who is already kind of heartless and doesn't care if millions die to feed his master.

Um...Five stars for Cookie Monster.

"Imagine what me do if moon was cookie" is the glorious payoff of ten thousand years of humanity's search for reason and knowledge.
Oh that's why Ernie doesn't want to live on the moon. Makes sense.
He basically admits at the end that he has a cookie addiction problem there. He says it's a good thing the moon isn't a cookie, because he WOULD eat it.
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