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Sesame sketches you can barely remember...

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by D'Snowth, Apr 20, 2012.

  1. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Thanks to both YouTube and Sesame Workshop's playlists, it's quite easy to find sketches and inserts from all kinds of different eras of SST, from past to present; but this thread is to showcase certain sketches that you perhaps saw maybe only one or twice as a kid, and couldn't remember it exactly, and tried to describe it to others to see if they could remember it as well only for them to think you're crazy and probably dreamed it or are making it up. Believe me, that's happened to me, and here are two of those inserts that have been brought to attention in recent years that nobody could help me remember:



    And this rare Monsterpiece Theater segment:

    I tried to describe Cookie sleeping over at Ernie's as best I could, but people thought I was crazy, considering he did so often, lol, but this Twin Beaks thing was kind of creepy at two and three, lol.
  2. fuzzygobo

    fuzzygobo Well-Known Member

    I know what that's like. A number of years ago I posted about remembering a skit from Season One where Ernie was singing "If I Knew You Were Coming I'd Have Baked A Cake". Daffyfan (I think) insisted that it was sung by the Count, and I swore on a stack of bibles it was Ernie. This was before YouTube and SW got up to speed, and this clip wasn't shown on any Unpaved episode or Old School DVD (although it did turn up on 40 Years of Sunny Days). So without any tangible proof, all I had to fall back on was my memory. Then a few years later it showed up for all to see, and I just nodded and smiled- senility hasn't got me yet! :)

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