Sesame StreetIn the "Sesame Street" version of "Orange is the New Black," new inmate Piper Chapman -- excuse us, student Piper Snackman -- disrupts the usual Litchfield routine by introducing a new munchie at snack time: Not cookies, but a healthy orange!

That confounds Red and "Mr. Mustache," until they try an orange. Surprise, surprise, they love it! From now on, oranges for everyone! Even "Googly Eyes," the kids' show version of Uzo Aduba's "Crazy Eyes."

The hit Netflix series joins such classic parodies as "Mud Men" (the "Mad Men" parody) and "Law and Order: Special Letters Unit" (instead of the far-less kid-friendly "L&O: SVU"). Not to mention clever send-ups of "House of Cards" and "The Hunger Games."

The fifth season of the real "Orange is the New Black" premieres June 9 on Netflix.

[Via Deadline]

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Sesame Street
TVYNovember 10, 1969
Based on 6 critics

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