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* A commercial for the Delta Touch 2.0 faucet features the "Hands" song as sung by Count Von Count as the background music.
* ''Sesame Street'' muppet characters have appeared in commercials for Farmers insurance. These include Grover unsuccessfully attempting to repair Mr. Johnson's water heater ([[EpicFail resulting in the heater going off like a rocket and landing on Mr. Johnson's car]]), and Count Von Count counting to One after finding his monocle, resulting in his riding mower being struck by lightning (ItMakesSenseInContext).

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* In one episode of ''Series/{{Victorious}}'', Cat tried to sing the ''Sesame Street'' theme song, but got interrupted.


** In "The Color Yellow", Ralph's presentation for Black History Month goes like this: "Martin Luther King [Jr.] had a dream. Dreams are where Elmo and Franchise/ToyStory had a party and I went there!"

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** In "The Color Yellow", Ralph's presentation for Black History Month goes like this: "Martin Luther King [Jr.] had a dream. Dreams are where Elmo and Franchise/ToyStory WesternAnimation/ToyStory had a party and I went there!"

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* ''WesternAnimation/GarfieldAndFriends'': One post-opening sequence line was, "Today's show is brought to you by the letter K and the number 9."


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** A sketch from "Molly Lucero in: Your Friend's Boob" has Bert teach Ernie [[HaveAGayOldTime the different meanings of the word "Gay"]] when they get honored on Pride Day. Ernie then plays with his Rubber Duckie and a plunger, which Grover and Cookie Monster mistake for gay sex when they listen from outside the apartment door.

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** A sketch from "Snoopy Camino Lindo in: Quick and Dirty Squirrel Shot" features an Elmo doll with tourette's syndrome as one of the inhabitants of [[WesternAnimation/RudolphTheRedNosedReindeer The Island of Recalled Toys]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Animaniacs}}'': In "Draculee Dracula", upon meeting Count Dracula, Yakko asks the vampire "Didn't you used to teach math on ''Sesame Street''?", a reference to the Dracula-esque Count von Count.


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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'':
** In "It's Hokey Mon!", Two kids in an alley are playing with ''[=HokeyMon!=]'' (a parody of ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'') cards. One card has a creature named "Snuffleups", a parody of Mr. Snuffleupagus.
** In "Scythe For Sale", Billy opens a dumpster and a parody version of Oscar the Grouch pops out of it, yelling "Get outta my house!". A car then crashes into the dumpster. The guy in the car and "Oscar" start telling kids it's wrong to play with scythes and are backed up by a parody of the ''Sesame Street'' theme music.
** In "Tween Wolf", Irwin is walking through the street on the way to the store, repeating from the ''Sesame Street'' cartoon: "Loaf of bread, container of milk, stick of butter..."

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* ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'': In "Little Orphan Hero", Spanky, Clara, Foxxy and Ling-Ling start a suicide hotline and start acting like the "Yip-Yip" Martians when the phone rings.

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* During the [[Wrestling/SuperCrazy "The Insane Luchador" Super Crazy]]-Wrestling/YoshihiroTajiri match at ''Wrestling/{{ECW}} House Party 99'', January 16, 1999, Super Crazy was doing the ten punches in the corner with the [[LearntEnglishFromWatchingTelevision crowd counting along in Spanish]], prompting commentator Wrestling/JoeyStyles to exclaim, "Thank God for Sesame Street!"
* Commentator [[Wrestling/RoddyPiper "Rowdy" Roddy Piper]] called Wrestling/TheNastyBoys "Big Bird and Leon" before the Nasty Boys[=/=][[Wrestling/JohnTenta Earthquake]]-Wrestling/TheBushwhackers[=/=][[Wrestling/FredOttman Tugboat]] match on the June 15, 1991 ''Wrestling/{{WW|E}}F Superstars''.



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** [[http://www.sheldoncomics.com/archive/090208.html This strip]] has Sheldon and Arthur discussing the urban legend of Cookie Monster not eating cookies anymore in order to reverse childhood obesity.


** A sketch from "Why is it wet?" features a group of homeless people huddled around a bonfire in Oscar's trash can.
** A sketch from "Jew No. 1 Opens a Treasure Chest", has Super Grover's corpse lay on the street, having been struck by lightning (due to his helmet). Elmo is the only one to realize his true identity.

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** A sketch from "Why is it wet?" Is It Wet?" features a group of homeless people huddled around a bonfire in Oscar's trash can.
** A sketch from "Jew No. 1 Opens a Treasure Chest", Chest" has Super Grover's corpse lay on the street, having been struck by lightning (due to his helmet). Elmo is the only one to realize his true identity.

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** A sketch from "3 2 1 2 3 3 3, 2 2 2, 3...6 6?" features a young child playing with a Tickle Me Elmo doll and getting confused when it asks to have its nipples licked.
** A sketch from "Why is it wet?" features a group of homeless people huddled around a bonfire in Oscar's trash can.
** A sketch from "Jew No. 1 Opens a Treasure Chest", has Super Grover's corpse lay on the street, having been struck by lightning (due to his helmet). Elmo is the only one to realize his true identity.


** ''Film/TheMuppetMovie'': While en route to Hollywood, Kermit and Fozzie notice Big Bird walking down the highway and offer him a life. He declines, saying he's on his way to New York City to "break into public television". Big Bird later appears, along with several other ''Sesame Street'' Muppets, in the "Rainbow Connection" finale.

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** ''Film/TheMuppetMovie'': While en route to Hollywood, Kermit and Fozzie notice Big Bird walking down the highway and offer him a life.lift. He declines, saying he's on his way to New York City to "break into public television". Big Bird later appears, along with several other ''Sesame Street'' Muppets, in the "Rainbow Connection" finale.

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** [[http://www.sheldoncomics.com/archive/070402.html This strip]] features a sippy cup with Grover on it.


** In his review of ''Bugs Bunny's Birthday Blowout'', The Nerd refers to an enemy peeking out of a trash can as "Oscar the Grouch".

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** In his review of ''Bugs ''[[VideoGame/TheBugsBunnyBirthdayBlowout Bugs Bunny's Birthday Blowout'', Blowout]]'', The Nerd refers to an enemy peeking out of a trash can as "Oscar the Grouch".



** In part one of his "Wish List" video, some of the items that can be seen in the Nerd's collection of Sears and JC Penney's catalogues include a Sesame Street sleeping bag and the ''[[VideoGame/SesameStreetABCand123 Sesame Street 123]]'' video game.

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** In part one of his "Wish List" video, some of the items that can be seen in the Nerd's collection of Sears and JC Penney's catalogues include a Sesame Street sleeping bag and the ''[[VideoGame/SesameStreetABCand123 Sesame ''Sesame Street 123]]'' 123'' video game.

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** In his review of ''[[Series/BarneyAndFriends Barney's Great Adventure]]'', the Critic plays a clip from [[Recap/SesameStreetE1839 Episode 1839]] ("So Long, Mr. Hooper") when he compares characters with more emotions, like Big Bird, to Barney.

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