Release Date October 19, 2010
Produced by Warner Home Video
Catalogue no. SS00197
Format DVD
Discs 1
Region 1

C is for Cookie Monster is a Sesame Street DVD all about Cookie Monster, released on October 19, 2010. The DVD includes linking footage of Cookie Monster reading fan mail, as well as stories and songs. The song "Gingerbread Man" is included as a bonus feature.

The video was directed by Kevin Clash and written by Christine Ferraro. Some of Cookie's dialogue was translated into several social network videos.

International releases

Image Segment Description
FRAME 1 Today, Cookie Monster is taking time from his busy schedule to answer fan mail. The first letter asks why he's named "Cookie Monster." He explains it's not because he likes cookies, it's because he loves cookies!
Muppets Cookie Monster sings "Eating Cookie" -- there's another reason every season.
(First: Episode 3467)
Street Story "The Cookie Hood Story"
FRAME 2 The next letter asks Cookie Monster about his diet. Despite his name, he makes room in his day for other healthy foods (but with plenty of cookies for dessert).
Muppets Hoots sings "A Cookie is a Sometime Food" to Cookie Monster.
(First: Episode 4089)
Celebrity / Muppets Matt Lauer interviews Cookie Monster and inquires into why he has stopped eating cookies. He maintains that while he does like fruit, he still likes cookies as well.
(First: Episode 4115)
Song Cookie Monster sings "Food" over footage of kids eating.
(First: Episode 4059)
Muppets Cookie Monster discovers Cousin Monster doesn't want cookies and would rather eat Ernie's healthy food.
(First: Episode 1240)
FRAME 3 Cookie next reads a letter about his favorite way of eating a cookie. He happens to have one handy and demonstrates his patented method.
Street Story "The Cookie Tree" (beginning edited)
FRAME 4 Now done eating, Cookie shows how to remove crumbs from your fur using a very powerful hairdryer.
Muppets Cookie Monster and Herry Monster sing "Up and Down."
(First: Episode 3532)
Muppets Cookie Monster sings "If Moon Was Cookie."
(First: Episode 1789)
FRAME 5 Cookie reads another letter about his favorite cookies. He says he enjoys reading letters, but has a personal favorite one...

Montage "C is for Cookie" Mash-Up: All three versions are played to make one complete version.
Muppets Monsterpiece Theater
Cookie Monster is the star of an adaptation of Little Red Riding Hood, in which he eats all the cookies before he gets to his grandma's house. (new music added)
(First: Episode 3231)
FRAME 6 Now, Cookie Monster checks fan emails via his Me-Phone. One asks how long has he loved cookies. He begins flashing back to wild times in the mid 70's...
Muppets "Me Lost Me Cookie" at the disco (ending edited)
(First: Episode 1500)
Muppets Cookie Monster sings "Cookie Disco."
(First: Episode 1054)
FRAME 7 Time has run out and Cookie thanks the viewers for their mail. With no cookies and a growing appetite, he begins devouring the rest of the letters.
Song Cookie Monster sings "What is Friend?" against a clip montage of kids.
(First: Episode 3886)
Played during the credits


Sesame Street C is for Cookie DVD preview

Sesame Street C is for Cookie DVD preview

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