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From a WebArchived copy of the Sesame Street Nightmare Fuel page...
"Let's see, a fun segment about learning to bake? Brilliant! While the yeast rises, let's indicate passage of time by playing slowed down monster growls that sound like Godzilla's mating call! That won't give anybody nightmares!"

Ever since I read that when I was 9, I've kinda wanted to see it... hopefully it won't freak me out. I mean, the Crack Master ended up not being scary. So maybe they've blown it way out of proportion.
 

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From a WebArchived copy of the Sesame Street Nightmare Fuel page...
"Let's see, a fun segment about learning to bake? Brilliant! While the yeast rises, let's indicate passage of time by playing slowed down monster growls that sound like Godzilla's mating call! That won't give anybody nightmares!"

Ever since I read that when I was 9, I've kinda wanted to see it... hopefully it won't freak me out. I mean, the Crack Master ended up not being scary. So maybe they've blown it way out of proportion.
I would love to see that too.
 

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The whole idea of bread roaring like a monster reminds me of a recent Bob's Burgers episode. They parodied the movie Predator and made it Breadator lol.
 

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From episode 3396, the segment where a talking bowl tells a kid how he became a bowl. This segment comes right after Bill the Bat in its first appearance, and according to the Muppet Wiki, it only aired five times (that's six less than "Cracks" and seven less than Bill the Bat.) I looked up "Sesame Street talking bowl" on YouTube and got nothing. The reason I want to see it is because from the description, it reminds me of a series called Interface created by an animator on YouTube named Umami. One of his shorts featuring the main character, Mischief, aired on Adult Swim, and it was one where Mischief was a bowling ball and said "I'm a magic bowling ball, and I'll grant you one strike." So I just take away half the sentence and wind up with "I'm a magic bowl" and I think it applies to this segment perfectly. Here's the short it reminds me of.
 
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