Saw this for the first time this week, and it cracked me up! Ricky Gervais can actually sing too.~
So many favorite things in one place! Sesame Street! Ricky Gervais! Elmo! Oh I do want Ricky Gervais to come and live in my house. As for the singing, I believe he was in a boy band as a kid. Don't you love the British impunity towards his bad teeth? And the way he sounds like Simon Cowell on American Idol? And his humor! Haver you ever seen Ghost Town? Oy.
What a hoot, and a big laugh with my coffee this morning! Gervais deserved better writers this year on the Golden Globes. At least that's what I'm hoping happened. How could such a brilliantly funny man be so . . . meh? Thanks for a delightful Sunday Music Corner!
If Elmo was a teen he'd love the N song as sung by Ricky...thank you for this trip back in time. My kids watched Sesame Street on PBS when they were young and I watched too...one Christmas a tickle me Elmo appeared...those were the days....
Bliss, indeed! I laughed right out loud at the first "chorus."I like the English version of The Office better, too.
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L'age Moyen - oh, thanks so much for the tip! I'll try it now.
It worked, thanks! Love your blog too! Adding to my blogroll.
My pleasure. I've just started my blog (as you can see)and hope to make it as engaging as yours.
How hilarious! I love how Ricky Gervais didn't change his persona at all for the Sesame Street crew.
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