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Cookie Monster Shares A Cookie With Dolores And Bernard In Adorable ‘Westworld’ And ‘Sesame Street’ Crossover

Who knew that cookies were the perfect metaphor for respect!?

The most wholesome and adorable series ever, Sesame Street, is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year! And in honor of this very special occasion, they have teamed up with two of the most popular HBO shows to help share their message of love and respect. That’s right, they worked with one of the most successful shows in the world, everyone’s favourite fantasy series, Game Of Thrones for an epic and adorable crossover, where Elmo helps Cersei and Tyrion Lannister set aside their differences. And now, Cookie Monster is visiting Westworld to do the same thing!

Dolores and Bernard cannot settle their differences, and Cookie Monster is having none of it. He teaches them the importance of sharing by showing them a cookie, splitting it in half, and giving one half to Bernard. As you can imagine, this is very difficult for him. Cookie Monster loves cookies, and happily devours his half very quickly! He happily explains how the cookie is a metaphor for respect, and if you give respect, you also get it back! He helps Bernard to split his cookie in half and give part to Dolores, and in no time, the three are happily gobbling down their cookies! Nothing brings people together like Sesame Street and dessert.

Watch the hilarious crossover down below.

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