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Sesame Street Brings Us Homelamb and Muppet Carrie Cry-Face

By Dresden Shumaker |

Sesame Street Brings Us HomelambHow do you top Anne Hathaway and the cast of SNL spoofing Homeland? The only way is to have the cast of Sesame Street create an educational parody of your show. Homelamb is a spot-on skit where the characters of Carrie Mathison and Saul Berenson are sheep, and Nicholas Brody is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. Carrie is just certain something isn’t right with Baaa-rody and she tries to tell the other Special Sheep Agents, “Ba-a-a-a-rody is not the sheep you think he is!”

This Thursday, our kids can watch the latest homage to one of our favorite shows, but you can watch the brilliant video now via the Sesame Street YouTube channel.

My favorite part of the video is the opening sequence. I actually have come to groan at the lengthy and overdone opening number to Homeland, but Sesame Street’s wink to the jazzy intro made me laugh. Well done, Muppets! Well done.

Image Credit: Sesame Street Twitter

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Dresden Shumaker is going to work with the Muppets one of these days. (A girl can dream...) Find out more on her blog Creating Motherhood. Read bio and latest posts → Read Dresden Shumaker's latest posts →

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