Oct 01 2009
I think the letters of the day on Sesame Street must have been “W” “T” and “F” because that’s really the only explanation for this parody of Mad Men that appeared on the show this week. Presumably the lesson is teaching kids about emotions, via advertising.
The Don Draper puppet is fantastic, and only could have been better if it was actually voiced by Jon Hamm himself. Couldn’t they have gotten him? Celebrities go on Sesame Street all the time! I laughed out loud when he says, “Good work sycophants!”
Could this become a regular feature on Sesame Street? I hope so, it would smarten up our kids and prepare them for the world of good TV, hopefully making them skip their Zack and Cody, Hannah Montana Disney Channel phase completely.
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