Sesame Street: Sing Yourself Sillier at the Movies Trailer

Sesame Street: Sing Yourself Sillier at the Movies Trailer (1997)

01 April 1997 Family

In a spoof of Siskel and Ebert's Sneak Previews, Telly and Oscar are seen in a movie theater, reviewing the silliest songs from Sesame Street. Telly loves all of them and he gives them 5 "Wows". Oscar, however, dislikes them and gives them 5 "Phooeys" (but ends up liking the last clip).

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