‘Sesame Street’ Remake of Beastie Boys’ ‘Sabotage’ Video Is ‘A’ for ‘Awesome’
So, you're an adult now and think you're done watching Sesame Street? Think again.
Some genius -- genius, we say -- has made a video of Sesame Street characters in a remake of the classic 1994 Beastie Boys' clip for "Sabotage" called "Sesametage."
The "Sabotage" video, of course, is a masterpiece and known for sending up 1970s cop dramas. This time around, Big Bird, The Count, Oscar the Grouch, Grover, Bert and Ernie and more all appear in a clip in which Big Bird is on the run from a bunch of people (not to mention characters) are out to get our fine feathered friend.
This piece is from Mylo the Cat, also known as Adam Schleichkorn. "The original 'Sabotage' music video is without a doubt, one of the greatest of all time, so I knew I couldn’t do a regular old lip sync video, I had to bring it!," he wrote in the YouTube description.
Mylo has done this kind of thing before with a Muppets video for another Beastie song, "So What’cha Want" and a Sesame Street-themed video for Bone Thugs-n-Harmony's "Tha Crossroads."
If you'd like to compare "Sesametage" with the video that inspired it, check out "Sabotage" below.
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