What do you get when you combine Cookie Monster with "Jurassic Park"? Jurassic Cookie, naturally.
That's the latest hilarious parody from the pop culture-loving kids program "Sesame Street," which reimagines the big blue puppet as a John Hammond-type, attempting to turn a fragment of a prehistoric cookie stuck in amber into a real, giant, T-rex-size cookie. Just like in "Jurassic Park," though, Cookie's plan doesn't exactly pan out, as his T-rex/gingerbread man hybrid breaks free and terrorizes the monster and his grandchildren.
There's a bunch of clever winks to the 1993 flick -- and its upcoming sequel, "Jurassic World" -- including a tense scene set in a kitchen in which Cookie and the kids have to outsmart the edible dino, and a race past a dinosaur skeleton made out of cookie fragments. ("First time cookie ever tried to eat me!" a confused Cookie Monster declares.) The tables turn for the creature, though, when the monster gets a whiff of the giant cookie's gingerbread, and gives chase himself.
Check out the adorable clip below. (You might want to have some cookies onhand, as a deep craving for the confections is likely to ensue.)
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