The Idea Man is a three minute short film by Jim Henson which was used for a live performance with Limbo on The Mike Douglas Show on July 20, 1966. The film has featured in various screenings of vintage Henson material without the Limbo performance superimposed over the images.
During a segment in which Limbo runs through a list of ideas that have already been thought of, brief cameos are made by Yorick, Kermit, E=mc², Kukla, John F. Kennedy, and Alfred E. Neuman of Mad magazine.
It’s a Rubber Duckie sing-along! Follow the words on the screen and join Daveed Diggs in singing this classic Sesame Street tune.
Twas the night before Christmas and Cookie Monster was having a real hard time controlling himself. All those delicious cookies for Santa Claus were just begging to be eaten. What will Cookie do?
In 1970, everyone’s favorite orange roommate sang a song to his bathtime buddy. “Oh, rubber duckie, you’re the one. You make bathtime lots of fun,” cooed Ernie to his squeaky yellow friend. While the rubber duckie had been around for at least a century prior to Ernie and his mellow melody, this Sesame Street tune shoved the bathtime toy into the popular culture lexicon where it has remained ever since. From a chew toy to a piece of art to Ernie’s best friend (sorry, Bert), here’s the story of how the world got into the bath with the rubber duckie.
Brought to you by the letters L, I, and T. It’s lit on Sesame Street!
Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy helps Grover from favorite Sesame Street character understand how we elect the president of the United States. It doesn’t explain Trump, though. That would have been more interesting.
This is not my beautiful pad! This is not my beautiful wife! Same as it ever was.
Lead poisoning is a national problem. If only lawmakers were as concerned as the puppets on Sesame Street.