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    Cookie Monster Count' n Crunch , visits the Teletubbies, and eats all the Tubby Custard

    Ian MacDonald

    by Ian MacDonald

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    Hi everyone, thanks for watching our videos, please share on Facebook and G+ . This video story line came from a fan who wanted to see Cookie Monster eat the Tubby Custard, so we made this video as a way of saying thanks for the great idea.

    Cookie Monster is so hungry because he ate all his cookies, he smells something good coming from the teletubby House, so he wants to get something to eat. He ends up eating the Tubby toaster, and all the Tubby Custard the tubbies could make for him.

    The Teletubbies, is a British BBC children's television series targeted at pre-school viewers and produced from 31 March 1997 to 5 January 2001 by Ragdoll Productions.

    "Teletubbies" named for the television screens implanted in the characters' abdomens. Recognized throughout popular culture for the uniquely-shaped antenna protruding from the head of each being, their respective names, and their signature colours, the four Teletubbies depicted in this programme are Laa-Laa, Po, Dipsy, and Tinky Winky.
    Communicating through infantile gibberish or babbling, the Teletubbies were designed to bear resemblance to live toddlers dwelling within a beautiful, grassy floral landscape that is also populated by rabbits with bird calls audible in the background.

    The creatures co-exist in Teletubbyland (the name of their home environment) with a number of strange contraptions such as Noo-noo, the group's anthropomorphic blue vacuum cleaner with the tendency to suck up the Teletubbies' possessions and the voice trumpets, devices resembling periscopes that rise from the ground and interact with the Teletubbies, serving as either supervisors for the beings who often arise to engage in games with them.
    The show is noted for its colourful, psychedelic setting designed specifically by the creators to appeal to the attention spans of infants or unlock different sections of the mind while also educating young children and toddlers of transitions that can be expected in life.

    Throughout the course of every episode, an assortment of rituals are performed that are sometimes revamped differently each time, such as the playful interactions between the Teletubbies and the voice trumpets, the mishaps caused by Noo-noo, the footage of live children displayed on the screens in the creatures' stomachs, and, particularly, the "magical event" that occurs once per episode. The event differs each time and is often caused inexplicably, and is frequently psychedelic and strange, yet whimsical. Often the Teletubbies engage in games with one another, with Noo-noo, or the voice trumpets in many episode segments, and the episode is closed by the narrator and voice trumpets to the disappointed, reluctant, but eventually obedient Teletubbies, who bid the viewer farewell as they disappear into the Tubbytronic Superdome yet again.

    Cookie Monster is a Muppet on the children's television show Sesame Street.
    He is best known for his voracious appetite and his famous eating phrases: "Me want cookie!", "Me eat cookie!", and "Om nom nom nom" (said through a mouth full of food).
    He often eats anything and everything, including danishes, donuts, lettuce, apples, bananas, as well as normally inedible objects.
    However, as his name suggests, his preferred food is cookies. Chocolate chip cookies are his favorite kind; oatmeal cookies are his second favourite.

    As all monsters are, Cookie Monster is initially intimidating. His manner is gruff.
    His clumsiness occasionally causes damage. But quickly, Cookie Monster comes to be seen as benign—indeed, downright friendly.
    He has a few bad habits. He cannot resist gobbling up anything and everything that might be consumed, especially cookies. And he cannot quite control the way he spews forth crumbs.
    He is the quintessential consumer... The budget, for all its intimidating detail, might be seen similarly: as the Ultimate Cookie Monster. ... Its massive presence might be understood as little more than a compilation of cookies received, cookies crumbled, and crumbs spewed forth.
    Yet, apt though the Cookie Monster perspective may be, it does not suffice... second favorite.

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