Urlesque has a good post featuring a video of Ricky Gervais appearing on Sesame Street. I’ll quote them on this one: “Do kids still watch this stuff? Was Sesame Street this awesome for adults when I was a kid? Is there some hilarious sketch from ’83 with Andy Kaufman and the Grouch?”
I’m not complaining. I would never complain about having more Ricky Gervais in my life. But I’m a bit confused. Kids don’t even know who Ricky Gervais is, right? Unless maybe they are really big Flanimals fans?
As I often wonder about Pixar movies (again, not complaining, I love Pixar), at what point are we worrying more about entertaining adult viewers of children’s entertainment than we are the actual children? It seems weird to have Sesame Street parodying Mad Men and True Blood. Oh well, I don’t have kids.