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Pajiba: Sweetened by Mock, Lightened by Droll... [Read More]
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This nail-biting, cookie-munching thriller celebrates the arts and delights Cookie Monster fans of all ages. [Read More]
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Billy on the Sesame Street takes the comedy series Billy on the Street and sends comedian Billy Eichner to Sesame Street for some delightful fun. [Read More]
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Celebrate 3/30 at 330 Day... [Read More]
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Taking his comedy bit to a whole new level, Billy Eichner teamed up with Cookie Monster in a hilarious skit for 'Sesame Street' that we never knew we needed! Storming through the set of the children's show, Billy TOTALLY took us back by interacting with all of our fav Muppets. Watch here & prepare to LOL! [Read More]
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April is National Autism Awareness Month, and April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day. Blue lights will be everywhere to raise awareness of the condition that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, affects 1 in 68 kids. "Sesame Street" is debuting Julia, a Muppet who has autism, April 10. [Read More]
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Next year, consider sacrificing two goats before registering for the Burning Man ticket sale  ... [Read More]
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As you may have heard, Donald Trump wants to cut funding to the National Endowment for the Arts and the Corporation For Public Broadcasting. While "Sesame Street" is not directly funded by these organizations, the cuts could eliminate the local PBS stations that air the beloved children's show. But why would Donald Trump want to get rid of "Sesame Street"? The answer: because it's his complete opposite. Dylan Marron from Seriously TV gives us a fantastic side-by-side comparison of Donald Trump and "Sesame Street," which shows just how diametrically opposed the two are, and, really, have always... [Read More]
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No street is safe from Billy Eichner's game show antics, not even "Sesame Street." The comedian brought "Billy on the Street," the game show in which he surprises pedestrians and asks them questions (usually with help from a fellow celebrity), to "Sesame Street" to promote kindness and compassion. As he and Cookie Monster questioned the residents about the show's theme song and their favorite numbers, Eichner kept his signature energy and yelling, but ditched the swearing (it is "Sesame Street," after all). After the show posted the segment on its YouTube channel, the comedian tweeted that being... [Read More]
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Billy Eichner filmed a slightly less aggressive "Billy on the Street" segment for the children and monsters. [Read More]
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"Look, I get it. You're a Grouch. I get that whole thing." [Read More]
Billy on the Sesame Street. [Read More]
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April is National Autism Awareness Month, and April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day. Blue lights will be everywhere to raise awareness of the condition that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, affects 1 in 68 kids. "Sesame Street" is debuting Julia, a Muppet who has autism, April 10. [Read More]
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Watch Billy Eichner terrorize the good Muppets of 'Sesame Street' with a game of 'For a Cookie...'... [Read More]
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The comedian hurries around 'one of the kindest streets in the world' with Cookie Monster. [Read More]
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Earlier today, Sesame Street welcomed Billy Eichner and his rapid-fire queries, which the Billy On The Street host managed to keep rated G. Eichner was guided through Sesame Street by a much more genial monster than he's bound to encounter on the next season of American Horror Story, but the competition remained fierce. Just kidding—Eichner rewarded every cheerful denizens of Sesame Street with cookies no matter what their answers were. The themes of the day were kindness and compassion, after all. That news doesn't seem to have reached Oscar the Grouch, though, who refused to participate. But hey,... [Read More]
Earlier today, Sesame Street welcomed Billy Eichner and his rapid-fire queries, which the Billy On The Street host managed to keep rated G. Eichner was guided through Sesame Street by a much more genial monster than he's bound to encounter on the next season of American Horror Story, but the competi... [Read More]
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April is National Autism Awareness Month, and April 2 is World Autism Awareness Day. Blue lights will be everywhere to raise awareness of the condition that, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, affects 1 in 68 kids. "Sesame Street" is debuting Julia, a Muppet who has autism, April 10. While the increased awareness is great, we'd also like to think of it as a time for greater acceptance and understanding of those with autism. So in honor of kids (and adults) with this neurological disorder that can affect social skills, speech and language and motor skills,... [Read More]
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Muppets are less difficult than humans. [Read More]
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