Thursday, October 1, 2009

'Sesame Street' Does 'Mad Men' . . . and Sad Men and Glad Men

The folks from Sesame Street just unveiled their Mad Men parody, appropriate for the pre-K set. It includes Don Draper and two other nameless employees -- referred to by Don as sycophants -- who are trying to pitch Don their ideas for a honey account. 'Tis amusing, though I would've liked to have seen a Sesame Street version of Joan Holloway, or the quick-witted Roger Sterling thrown into the mix.

1 comment:

Cooley Horner said...

Haha--I love it! The positive spin and cigarette-less credits are funny. It's almost as much as my favorite "Mad Men" parody of all time (