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- "Pot Cookie Monster" from November 18, 2008, features a pot-inspired parody of Cookie Monster and a little girl named Mackenzie counting to 5. Pot Cookie freaks out when he sees an orange-furred elephant (referencing Snuffleupagus) walk by.
- In an animated parody called "Angry Birds PSA" released on February 22, 2011, Miss Piggy and Big Bird are among various fictional birds and pigs who decry the bird-on-pig violence of the Angry Birds video game. Piglet, Woody Woodpecker, Donald Duck, Daffy Duck, and Darkwing Duck also appear.
- "If Adult TV Shows Were Remade for Children" from July 28, 2011, imagines a kids' version of Mad Men titled Mad Men Babies, using a Muppet Babies-like font, a Nanny-like character, and a sign reading "Henson Cooper Nursery".
- "Muppet Teens" from July 23, 2012, imagines a sequel to Muppet Babies with rebellious, delinquent, and profane teenage Muppets.
- Utkarsh Ambudkar appeared as himself in "Hardly Working: Rap Battle" (2009)
- Jack Black voiced himself in Peace On Earth / Little Drummer Boy 2010 with Jack Black and Jason Segel (2010) and appeared in CollegeHumor's Comedy Music Hall of Fame (2015)
- Rachel Bloom appeared in CollegeHumor's Comedy Music Hall of Fame (2015)
- Ryan Dillon voiced Porky Pig, Daffy Duck, and Tweety Bird in "LeBron Ditches Space Jam" (2011)
- Lin-Manuel Miranda appeared as himself in "Hardly Working: Rap Battle" (2009)
- Nitya Vidyasagar played Una in three episodes of CollegeHumor's web series Troopers (2019)
- "Weird Al" Yankovic appeared in CollegeHumor's Comedy Music Hall of Fame (2015)