Elmo Crashes 'Game of Thrones' Scene in Cute 'Sesame Street' Crossover

Elmo Crashes 'Game of Thrones' Scene in Cute 'Sesame Street' Crossover

Elmo Crashes 'Game of Thrones' Scene in Cute 'Sesame Street' Crossover

Sesame Street airs on HBO in America, so it's a nice spot of network collaboration, and honestly the only Game of Thrones season 8 clip that's remotely suitable for children.

In celebration of Sesame Street's 50th anniversary, the company has launched a new campaign titled "Respect Brings Us Together", encouraging individuals to respect one another no matter their differences.

In a new video posted to Sesame Street's Youtube page, the longtime favorite character crashes a meeting between Game Of Thrones characters Cersei and Tyrion Lannister, played by actors Lena Headey and Peter Dinklage. "I only want what's best for Westeros".

Once Tyrion gets over the concept of a Cookie Monster, he and Cersei unearth something that's always been lost in Westeros: peace.

The whole scene feels so authentic to the HBO juggernaut, a viewer might assume it was from the actual show. He is a red monster and has fur, but do not take him for a disgusting creature from beyond the Wall, because he is Elmo of Sesame Street.

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The noble "Elmo of Sesame Street" thinks the Lannisters need to learn some respect. "When Elmo has a problem with his friends like Abby or Cookie Monster, Elmo doesn't get upset".

"If we stop fighting and work together, we can be stronger". I'm willing to learn and listen if you are'.

'Will Miss Cersei try to listen and understand what Mr. Tyrion is saying?' Elmo sweetly asked. Finally, she dryly replies, "I can try".

Elmo's words seem to convince Tyrion, who offers his sister a truce.

HBO, which is the parent company of Sesame Street, released a similar PSA a year ago with some of the cast members from Westworld.

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