Each 5-minute segment is done in the style of a coming attractions trailer, showing footage of Cookie Monster in various film parodies where he uses executive functioning skills (such as patience, focusing and memorization) to solve problems.
The segment's opening parodies Universal's logo sequence. Seven segments debuted throughout season 44, with additional features debuting in subsequent seasons.
|The Spy Who Loved Cookies (First: Episode 4401)
Cookie Monster, as "Double Stuffed 7," learns to listen carefully to directions in order to complete a task and successfully save the cookie crown.
|Cookies of the Caribbean (First: Episode 4403)
Cookie as "Captain Snack Sparrow" learns to focus and not give up when trying to reach Davy Jones’ cookie jar.
|The Biscotti Kid (First: Episode 4405)
Mr. MiCookie teaches "Cookie-san" the art of "Biscotti Karate," though Cookie has a hard time focusing.
|Les Mousserables (First: Episode 4411)
Cookie, as "Jean Bon-Bon," learns how to identify the feelings of his fellow French friends by the way they look and act.
|The Hungry Games: Catching Fur (First: Episode 4414)
"Cookie-ness Evereat" must finish food patterns to complete the Hungry Games. Other characters include Pita and Finicky.
|Lord of the Crumbs (First: Episode 4415)
Cookie plays "Gobble," who must stay patient as he tries to remember the recipe for the "one dessert to rule them all."
|The Life of Whoopie Pie (First: Episode 4417)
Cookie Monster uses strategies to help control his desire to eat a boat made of cookies.
|The Cookie of Oz
Cookie Monster creates a memory strategy to find his way to the cookie of Oz.
|When Cookie Met Sally
Cookie Monster learns strategies to help him wait his turn in line.
Cookie, starring as "Flan Solo," struggles to not eat his partner, a talking cookie named "Chewey."
|Twilight: Breaking Cookie|
|Nosh of the Titans|
To promote the segments, Sesame Street's official social media accounts creates posters for the fictional films in the segments.
- ↑ Season 44 press kit
- ↑ "'Sesame Street' to teach ABCs of self-restraint". Toppo, Greg. USAToday.com. September 15, 2013.
- ↑ 3.0 3.1 TheRockFather on Twitter