Sesame Street: Jurassic Cookie (Jurassic Park Parody)


NARRATOR: The following
preview has been rated “SC” for self-control. [MUSIC PLAYING] NARRATOR: He was a
brilliant scientist who had a brilliant idea. COOKIE MONSTER: Me
take little piece of cookie found in
zillion-year old rock, turn it into big cookie, and
open super, duper, theme park. Welcome to Jurassic Cookie! GRANDSON: Just how big is
this Jurassic Cookie, Grandpa? COOKIE MONSTER: Oh, me not know. Me no see it yet. [ROAR] COOKIE MONSTER: OK,
that one big cookie. [SCREAMS] COOKIE MONSTER: Oh! Is giant, prehistoric
cookie chasing us? [ROAR] GRANDSON: Yup. [SCREAMS] [ROAR] COOKIE MONSTER: Whoa! GRANDSON: Whoa! [ROAR] COOKIE MONSTER: Whoa! GRANDSON: Whoa! [ROAR] COOKIE MONSTER: Whoa! GRANDSON: Whoa! [ROAR] COOKIE MONSTER [PANTING]:
First time cookie ever tried to eat me! [FOOTSTEPS] [HEAVY BREATHING] [MUSIC PLAYING] [SCREAMS] COOKIE MONSTER: Oh,
what we going to do? What we going to do? GRANDDAUGHTER: The first
thing we need to do is stay calm,
Grandpa, and think. COOKIE MONSTER: Yeah, yeah. Right– stay calm. Think. [FOOTSTEPS] [SCREAMS] GRANDSON: Look! [GASP] GRANDDAUGHTER: In case of giant,
prehistoric cookie emergency, just “H.” COOKIE MONSTER: “H,”
“H,” what that mean? GRANDSON: The rest of
the word must be missing. COOKIE MONSTER: Oh, no! GRANDDAUGHTER: Well, now,
now, don’t worry, Grandpa. We just need to
do something that starts with the letter “H.” COOKIE MONSTER: Yeah,
yeah, right, right. Good, good, good. Uh, uh, OK, in case of giant,
prehistoric cookie emergency, just h– h– hula! GRANDSON: What? COOKIE MONSTER: Hula– yeah. It kind of Hawaiian dance. GRANDSON: Oh. [FOOTSTEPS] GRANDSON: Oh, here
comes the cookie! [MUSIC PLAYING] COOKIE MONSTER
[SINGING]: Aloha-oy! Aloha– [SCREAMS] COOKIE MONSTER: Oh! OK, missing “H” word not hula. Oh, what we going to do? What we going to do? GRANDSON: OK, OK, just
calm down, Grandpa. COOKIE MONSTER: No
time to calm down. We need word that
starts with “H”. H– h– halibut! GRANDSON: Halibut? COOKIE MONSTER:
Yeah, kind of fish. GRANDSON: Oh. GRANDDAUGHTER: In case of giant,
prehistoric cookie emergency, just– halibut? GRANDSON: Hmm? What does that even mean? COOKIE MONSTER: Watch and learn. GRANDSON: Hmm? COOKIE MONSTER: Halibut! [ROAR] COOKIE MONSTER: Oh! Not hula, not halibut–
oh, what the “H” word? What the “H” word? GRANDDAUGHTER: Now, now,
if you just calm down, Grandpa, maybe we
can figure it out. GRANDSON: Mmm. Ooh! COOKIE MONSTER: But
how me calm down? GRANDSON: OK, OK,
try hugging yourself. GRANDDAUGHTER: M-hmm. COOKIE MONSTER: Hugging meself? GRANDDAUGHTER: Yeah. It’ll help you calm down. GRANDSON: Yeah. COOKIE MONSTER: OK. Me not sure it work,
but me give it try. GRANDSON: OK. COOKIE MONSTER: OK. Hug, hug, hug– hey! It’s working! GRANDSON: Aah! COOKIE MONSTER: Me
feeling calmer with hug. And now that me calm,
me thought of something. H– h– hug start with “H.” Maybe giant, prehistoric
cookie just needs– [FOOTSTEPS] COOKIE MONSTER: Hug? COOKIESAURUS: Oh! GRANDDAUGHTER: It
worked, Grandpa! It worked! GRANDSON: Yeah, the cookiesaurus
doesn’t want to eat us anymore! COOKIE MONSTER: Wait a minute. GRANDSON: What? COOKIE MONSTER [SNIFFING]:
This giant, prehistoric cookie smell delicious! GRANDSON: Oh, Grandpa! COOKIE MONSTER: Smell
like gingerbread! GRANDDAUGHTER:
Stay calm, Grandpa! COOKIE MONSTER:
Gingerbread me favorite. COOKIESAURUS: Uh-oh. COOKIE MONSTER: Cookie! [SCREAMS] [HEAVY BREATHING] GRANDDAUGHTER: Grandpa,
grandpa, calm down! GRANDSON: You cannot eat
that cookie dinosaur! COOKIE MONSTER: [INAUDIBLE] [MUSIC PLAYING] [SCREAMS] NARRATOR: Is Cookie
Monster safe from the giant, prehistoric cookie? Is the giant, prehistoric
cookie safe from Cookie Monster? Find out in “Jurassic
Cookie,” coming soon to a theater near you. COOKIE MONSTER: Whoa! Whoa! Hey, whoa! Stop the music! Me can’t have
cookie for partner. SPEAKER: Why not? COOKIE MONSTER: This
why not– cookie! [SCREAMS]

100 thoughts on “Sesame Street: Jurassic Cookie (Jurassic Park Parody)

  1. I thought it was help!

    I love this, it's a brilliant parody, and very surreal and clever, too many cookietastic highlights, the skeleton dinosaur cookie, the way Cookie monster suddenly acquired a hula outfit and halibut, the Cookie dinosaur, and turning eating cookies on its head.

    Cookie is no monster, he's a furry adorable scoffing legend.

    Am in cookie love.

  2. Why is there a dinosaur cookie and Anna and blah blah blah blah blah why is this a Cookie Monster and blah blah blah blah blah ndh and no blah blah blah blah blah blah

  3. This is really creative for this kids' show to parody movies and other medias including ones that aren't kid friendly like G.O.T, walking dead, etc.
    Well I have MY predictions for the new parodies they could come up with (which would include anime and videogames):
    * ghost in the SEA shell
    *Cheesemare on Elmo street (horror movie parody about teaching kids that nightmares won't happen in real life or something like that. The main antagonist in that parody would be a sentient cheese "freddy" with possibly breadstick fingers ginving people nightmares)
    * highschool of the "gingerbread"? (highschool of the dead parody)
    * (Saw parody)
    *(Portal parody)
    *Bobobobobobo…. parody
    *fullcookie alchemist (fullmetal A. parody)
    *(dragon ball Z parody)
    *(one piece parody)
    *(fairy tail parody)
    *(deadman wonderland parody)
    *(jojo's bizarre adventure parody)
    *(scream parody)
    *Bake to the future (back to the future parody)
    Now does anyone else have predictions for their new parodies?

  4. A parody of Jurassic Park used on Sesame Street ? That’s new and I like it.

    Anyone else ?

    Please comment if you do.

  5. So apparently,the Cookie-Saurus is a hybrid of the following: T-Rex,Velociraptor(Both for scenes in the movie),Cookie (you know why),Olaf(Hugs)

  6. Cookie monster.. Watch your mouth!! Plz!! This is a kid's show… At least kids don't know what that word means…???

  7. T. Rex vs. I. Rex: T. Rex

    T. Rex COOKIE vs. Cookie Monster: T. Rex cookie dead in 2 seconds if no kids were there.

  8. So it went straight from Jurassic Cookie to Jurassic Cookie the fallen kingdom. So in Jurassic Park 3 the raptors didn't want the stolen egg. They just wanted a hug.

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