- During an At the Dance segment on episode 117 of The Muppet Show, a slightly different group of the same name comes rolling through.
- A record single of the Rolling Stones' "Wild Horses" was used as a prop in a Sesame Street sketch set at a lost and found. (First: Episode 1374)
- The band was also parodied on Sesame Street as The Cobblestones, who also did a parody of their song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" as "(I Can't Get No) Co-Operation" (which itself included a musical reference to "Ruby Tuesday," another of their songs.) In addition, the lead Muppet of the band, Mick Swagger, was a parody of the Rolling Stones' lead singer Mick Jagger.
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