The ‘Stranger Things’ Kids Befriend Cookie Monster’s Cookiegorgon in ‘Sesame Street’ Parody

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The ‘Stranger Things’ Kids Befriend Cookie Monster’s Cookiegorgon in ‘Sesame Street’ Parody
Stranger Things” has joined “Twin Peaks,” “Mad Men,” and “Orange is the New Black” as shows so culturally relevant that they’ve merited a “Sesame Street” parody. Continuing a long tradition of making kid-friendly entertainment that’s actually meant to amuse parents, the 48-year-old PBS series recently released “Sharing Things,” an adorable take on Netflix’s Duffer Bros.-created nostalgia trip.

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Like season two of “Stranger Things,” the six-minute send-up opens on Halloween night in Hawkins, Indiana. The Cookiegorgon (Cookie Monster) takes leave from “The Snackside Down” (where he is holding Barb captive), and dons a petaled headpiece to infiltrate our group of trick-or-treating young protagonists. Under a “Ghostbusters” costume, curly wig, and gap-toothed grin, Ernie plays a convincing Dustin, while Grover amps up his skittishness for the role of Lucas.

Of course, the adults fail to
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