COOKIE MONSTER: OK. So me got me passport for UK. JOHN OLIVER: Good, good. COOKIE MONSTER: Me got me work permit for UK. JOHN OLIVER:
CHRIS: I’ll tell you what. Why don’t you have some of these tasty carrots while you wait? COOKIE MONSTER: OK. Om, nom, nom. Nom, nom,
KERMIT: Hello. This is Kermit the Frog, and I am here today to offer to you the first in a series of lectures about the
NARRATOR: The following preview has been rated SR for School Readiness. COOKIE MONSTER: [MUNCHING LOUDLY] NARRATOR: He was a karate teacher looking for a student.
BACKGROUND SINGERS: (SINGING) Where’s my cookie? Help me find my cookie. Please. Where’s my cookie? Help me find my cookie. Please. Where’s my cookie? Help
COUNT VON COUNT: Greetings. I am the Count. They call me the Count because I love to count things. COOKIE MONSTER: Hi. Me Cookie Monster.
COOKIE MONSTER: C is for Cookie Monster. [SINGING] Me, me gonna get cookie! Me think me gonna get treat. Me got a yummiful feeling me
NEWSCASTER: We take you now to Kermit the Frog with another fast breaking news story. [SIDE CONVERSATIONS] BOY: Where’s my airplane? KERMIT: I think I
IAN MCKELLEN: Hello. I’m Ian. COOKIE MONSTER: And me Sir Cookie Monster. IAN MCKELLEN: And we’re here to tell you about the word, resist. COOKIE
NARRATOR: He’s a monster on a mission. COOKIE MONSTER: Oh! NARRATOR: It’s Cookie Monster as you’ve never seen him before, cool, calm, and focused on