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*This segment takes place in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto Toronto], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada Canada].
 
*This segment takes place in [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Toronto Toronto], [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Canada Canada].
 
*In real life, humans don't react to walkie-talkies like as if they're scared.
 
*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.
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* Cookie Monster said on Sesame Street they have Kermit the Frog, however, Sesame Street and The Muppet Show are two completely different shows.
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** He is likely referencing to Kermit's appearances on Sesame Street from its inception in 1969 to 2004.
 
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Latest revision as of 16:28, August 2, 2020


Cookie Blue is a crossover between Cookie Monster and Rookie Blue.

This segment is from MAD Season 2, Episode 16 (42): Twilight: Staking Dawn / Cookie Blue.

SummaryEdit

Cookie Monster trains to be a street cop in Canada.

ReferencesEdit

CharactersEdit

TranscriptEdit

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!

(Everyone screams.)

Chief: I just don't understand Americans.

(Segment ends)

TriviaEdit

  • 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:
    1. The name said only Sesame instead of Sesame Street.
    2. 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).
    3. 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.
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