OOOOHHH...SCARY! Beware kids! Sesame Street is too dangerous for you, and deemed 'not suitable for children'. The Old School Vintage Sesame Street was just released on DVD with warnings saying it was only suitable for adults. Crazy huh? Yes, according to the politically correct mayhem machine, Oscar the Grouch had depression that needed to be treated, the Cookie Monster ate too many cookies and was on a fast track to diabetes, also the Cookie Monster was guilty of appearing with and gobbling up pipes, oh yeah, and Oscar the Grouch was too mean. The Sesame Street executive producer Carol-Lynn Parente even said “We might not be able to create a character like Oscar now”. But what about the rest of the clan? Before 1985 Big Bird must of been on acid because only he could see his friend Snuffleupagus. After 1985 Snuffleupagus was seen by all. I guess they all where on acid by then? Oh, and Bert and Ernie, well, we won't get into that one here. Apparently most of the Sesame Street characters had some disorder in some way or another that isn't a good example for the kiddies. Oh, and don't forget to mention that Sesame Street is located in the slums. Or should I say ghetto?
When they released the new and improved *COUGH* DVD it was butchered and had scenes cut out of it. Wasn't the warning enough? What, can't adults handle the nightmarish scene of the Cookie Monster with a pipe? Or other horrific eye blinding tragedies that happened on Nightmare on Sesame Street?
Quick! Someone run and get Oscar some Prozac! And get the Cookie Monster to Jenny Craig! Hurry! Go find Tony Robbins for the entire messed up miserable Sesame Street clan! It ain't so sunny these days on Sesame Street. The first episode aired in 1969, wow look how far we have come in 38 years.