Cookie Monster trains to be a street cop in Canada.
- Cookie Monster
- Andy McNally
- Chris Diaz
Chief: Okay, rookies, I know the stress of the job is getting to you...
Rookie: It's my first day! I can't take this anymore! (He escapes.)
Chief: So I've called in a rookie from America to help us out.
Andy McNally: What makes him so special?
Chief: Well, there hasn't been a crime on this street in 40 years. Plus, he truly represents the boys in blue.
All Rookies: Cookie Monster?
Cookie Monster: C is for cop, that's okay with me!
(All rookies look shocked.)
(Title card: Cookie Blue)
Cookie Monster: Oh boy oh boy oh boy oh boy! Me so excited for first day!
Andy McNally: I know you're excited, but take this from someone who's been doing this for five days! This job is more than just eating cookies.
Cookie Monster: Good to know! (Eats coffee cup.)
Announcer: Car 55. Car 55.
Andy McNally: Gah! The magic box is talking!
Cookie Monster: Cookie Monster take this. (Hangs up phone.) Ahem, C is for car, that's okay with me!
Radio Commentator: We've got a robbery in progress at the bakery on Church & King.
Cookie Monster: Let's go to bakery on Church & King! Me could use snacks.
(Cut to the bakery.)
Andy McNally: Diaz, what happened here?
Chris Diaz: Well, the money's gone, but at least the baked goods are ... also gone?
Andy McNally: Cookie Monster, we could use your expertise. What can you tell us about this?
Cookie Monster: Hmm. (wipes off crumbs) Hmm. Hmm. C is for clue, that's okay with me!
Andy McNally: I think I know where we can find out more. (Cut to Crime Alley) In Canada, we have something called Crime Alley.
Cookie Monster: In America, we have something called Sesame Street.
Andy McNally: Uh, I don't think they're the same. Crime Alley has Jimmy the Snitch.
Cookie Monster: Sesame Street has Kermit the Frog.
Andy McNally: It's not the same! Crime Alley has deadbeats that can make crimes and then hide in trash cans like vermin.
Cookie Monster: (gasps) Just like Oscar! You eat garbage like Oscar, too! Here, eat garbage! Eat garbage! More garbage!
Thief: (spits out garbage) Okay, Okay! I'll confess! I stole from the bakery! Just get me away from this monster!
Andy McNally: Wow, I don't know if I approve of your methods. If the sarge found out, you'd be in big trouble.
Chris Diaz: Looks like C is for cover-up.
Cookie Monster: (long pause) That's okay with me.
Chief: Cookie Monster, by solving the bakery robbery, you showed us all what it takes to be a good cop! It's an honor to have you stand before this room full of rookies. (Cookie Monster gets excited.) You know I said "rookies", and not "cookies", right? (All the people turn into cookies.)
Cookie Monster: Cookies! Ah!
Chief: I just don't understand Americans.
- Antagonist: Thief
- Kermit the Frog is wearing a jacket similar to Reporter Kermit in Cookie Monster's photo.
- When Cookie Monster was holding the Sesame Street sign, there were three differences:
- The name said only Sesame instead of Sesame Street.
- The top said 321 (counting 123 backwards) instead of 123 (though it used to say CTW, which stands for Children's Television Workshop until 2000 when it was re-named Sesame Workshop).
- There was a green/white border instead of a yellow/green border.
- This segment is similar to Criminal Minecraft and The Celebrity Ape-rentice.
- This segment takes place in Toronto, Canada.
- In real life, humans don't react to walkie-talkies like as if they're scared.
- Cookie Monster said on Sesame Street they have Kermit the Frog, however, Sesame Street and The Muppet Show are two completely different shows.
- He is likely referencing to Kermit's appearances on Sesame Street from its inception in 1969 to 2004.