The blooper reel of Apple's latest Siri advertisement starring Sesame Street's Cookie Monster has just been released and it's full of laughs. With an extra minute and a half of 'blooper' footage, we get to see the mischievously cute side of Cookie Monster.
Internet April 9, 2016
Cookie Monster is Apple's newest spokesmonster as he shows how hands-free Siri makes it easier for him to bake a fresh batch of cookies. Check out how Cookie Monster used Siri to set a timer and play songs while he patiently waits for his treats.
Internet Culture March 18, 2016
In the latest iPhone 6s advertisement for Siri's hands-free feature, Cookie Monster is shown using the digital assistant as he bakes cookies. Other personalities that starred in advertisements focusing on the feature include Bill Hader and Penelope Cruz.
Phones/Tablets/Mobile Tech March 17, 2016
Startup Speakaboos announces its partnership with Sesame Workshop to bring new Sesame Street content to its app and Web platform.
Apps/Software February 18, 2016
Siri has become clever, giving some funny and witty answers to user questions. The digital assistant has become an integral part of iOS since its release in October 2011.
Apps/Software July 1, 2015
Cookie monster doesn't know why people are trying to "break the internet," so naturally he decides to break it himself.
Internet Culture March 20, 2015
Sesame Street’s Cookie Monster ponders deep thoughts about food while visiting the art museums of New York City.
Internet Culture February 19, 2015
Everyone can agree that 'Sesame Street' is a pretty amazing show, but having Sir Ian McKellen make an appearance to teach Cookie Monster about restraint? That's just pure, unadulterated perfection.
Movies/TV Shows December 16, 2014
'Star S'Mores' is what you get when you combine 'Sesame Street' with classic 'Star Wars,' and the results are amazing. Be sure to catch the video.
Movies/TV Shows September 15, 2014
The City of New York is drafting a legislation that would require people wearing character costumes to get a license. The move is to regulate their behavior on the streets.
Society July 31, 2014