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Your Thoughts: Sesame Street on "Cake Boss"

Phillip

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Don't forget that this Monday night, January 18, Sesame Street will be appearing on TLC's program "Cake Boss" starring Buddy Valastro at 8 pm central, 9 pm eastern.

The official listing says that "Everyone at the bakery couldn't be more thrilled to make a cake for Sesame Street's 40th anniversary but this cake is no walk in the park and problems arise early. Buddy also creates a very special surprise for his favorite Sesame Street character."

Ryan ("theprawncracker") reports that Cookie Monster will be receiving a large cookie, so we'll have to wait to see what happens. Last July, Sesame Street cakes were made on the show "Challenge" to highlight Sesame's 40 years.
 

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Yessh, this guy's nuts! He's already started yelling at his crew! I know it's Sesame Street and all, but he's overreacting.
 

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Yessh, this guy's nuts! He's already started yelling at his crew! I know it's Sesame Street and all, but he's overreacting.
Thats just the way they work... I bet alot of it is for the camera.... they are very emotional. Its actually a fun show.
 

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I must say :insatiable: appearance in the show is very funny and just like him to act this way around the cast.
 

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Good gravy the whole cast, and i mean the WHOLE cast and crew is there. :wisdom:
 

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I LOVED Cookie wheeling the tray of cookies away! And the brief part with Telly and Zoe was great too!
 

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I don't watch the show, often except for this particular episode. I agree that the guy is nuts! Still, it's an honor for them to make a cake for something as special as Sesame Street and the finished product was awesome! I especially loved it when Cookie Monster took the large cookie away from everyone else! :super:
 

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Yes, the last segment of the show was just fantastic. It was great seeing all the cast - even Loretta Long, Bob McGrath, Jerry Nelson and many other Sesame team members from behind-the-scenes got some screen time. Great stuff.

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