Did you grow up watching Mr. Rogers on Tv? I did. He was every kid's friend, teaching values and about all kinds of things. He was a true "kid whisperer" because not only did he know how to talk to kids, he seemed to understand their way of thinking and how to reach them.
Just when you thought Subway sandwiches had proven the most bizarre and atonal tie-in for 'The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,' in comes 'Sesame Street!' Watch Cookie Monster (excuse us, Cookieness Evereat) try to eat his way through 'The Hungry Games: Catching Fur' in a bullseye parody of the blockbuster franchise!
We've seen 'Sesame Street' take on everything from 'Sons of Anarchy' to 'Boardwalk Empire,' but the long-running PBS series' "Homeland" parody might be the most spot-on yet. Bringing Carrie, Brody, Saul and the rest to life as "Homelamb," you might be surprised by the adult humor 'Sesame Street' manages to cram into its latest parody.
We don't often pay a great deal of attention to 'Downton Abbey,' apart from the frequent ambient overhearings of "Countess This" and "Dowager That." It isn't that we don't enjoy a spirited adult drama, or xenophobically get our period drama fix from 'Mad Men,' but rather we have a great deal of stockpiled TV series to get to, Emmy wins or not. We had heard however some debate
Did you hear? Supporters of President Barack Obama are planning to hold a demonstration on the National Mall in Washington, D.C. on Nov. 3rd called the "Million Muppet March." The announced march is based on Mitt Romney's comment about "I like Big Bird, I just don't want to borrow from the Chinese to pay for him" comment.