Ted Lasso’s star with pot mouth, Brett Goldstein, teaches Cookie Monster about F-words on Sesame Street

Ted Lasso actor Brett Goldstein made a cameo in the iconic series Sesame Street, where he taught Cookie Monster and Tamir a lesson on the F-word – justice.

The 41-year-old actor, who plays the role of football player Roy Kent in the Apple TV + program, was seen in a kitchen with the characters as they finished baking cookies in a clip published on Entertainment Weekly on Thursday.

‘Hi, Tamir and I are baking cookies’, to which Tamir said: ‘Oh, I had no idea you liked baking.’

The latest: Ted Lasso actor Brett Goldstein, 41, made a cameo in the iconic series Sesame Street, where he taught Cookie Monster and Tamir a lesson on justice

The English entertainer replied: ‘I do, it does it relaxes me – we are also here to tell you the words of the day.’

Tamir said: ‘Today’s words begin with the letter F’, to which Goldstein, alluding to his Ted Lasso character, said: ‘Oh, I love the letter F.’

After Tamir revealed that the F-word in question was justice, Goldstein said, ‘Justice is when each of us gets what we need.’

At that point, the iconic character Cookie Monster appeared in the frame and said, “I need a cookie,” while looking at Goldstein with a plate of cookies.

After they finished baking, the iconic character Cookie Monster appeared in the frame and said:

After they finished baking, the iconic character Cookie Monster appeared in the frame and said, “I need a cookie thank you”

Goldstein, who remembered that today's lesson was justice, offered Cookie Monster his favorite snack

Goldstein, who remembered that today’s lesson was justice, offered Cookie Monster his favorite snack

Cookie Monster lived up to his name when he swallowed the cookie in a short time

Cookie Monster lived up to his name when he swallowed the cookie in a short time

The Emmy-winning actor looked back at Tamir and said, ‘It’s fair when we share,’ and Tamir offered Cookie Monster his favorite delicacy, which he ate in no time.

Goldstein then asked, ‘What is another way we can be righteous?’ to which Tamir said: ‘When we play football later, we can make sure everyone gets a ride and invite others to play with us.’

Goldstein said, “Yes, we can be fair by inviting everyone to play football, but first we need to clean up,” pointing to the used mixing bowls that went into the production of the cookies.

Cookie Monster offered to help clean up, which led Goldstein to praise him for ‘doing justice by doing your part and helping others’.

Cookie Monster said, ‘Me Cookie Monster, but me also a beautiful monster’ and offered to wash the dishes if Tamir dried them.

When Goldstein brought up the arrangement of their football team, the Cookie Monster immediately jumped in and said, ‘I’m the captain … I’m the best player after all,’ to which a skeptical Goldstein said, ‘Oh really?’

Cookie Monster offered to help clean up, prompting Goldstein to praise him for 'doing justice by doing your part and helping others'

Cookie Monster offered to help clean up, prompting Goldstein to praise him for ‘doing justice by doing your part and helping others’

Goldstein took to Instagram in February with a photo of himself in a trash can alongside the series' Oscar the Grouch resting in a recycling bin

Goldstein took to Instagram in February with a photo of himself in a trash can alongside the series’ Oscar the Grouch resting in a recycling bin

Cookie Monster then showed his fancy footwork to Goldstein, who convinced him that the furry blue Muppet character was ready for the task.

“Okay, fair enough, you’re the captain,” Goldstein said.

Goldstein took to Instagram in February with a photo of himself in a trash can alongside the series’ Oscar the Grouch, which rested in a recycling bin; as well as other iconic characters from the show, including Big Bird, Bert and Ernie.

He wrote the text for the post: “Brett, how would you show the best day of your life just by using pictures …

The Emmy-winning actor was seen posing alongside Cookie Monster in a post on social media

The Emmy-winning actor was seen posing alongside Cookie Monster in a post on social media

He posed with the show's famous Big Bird while on the set of the famous series

He posed with the show’s famous Big Bird while on the set of the famous series

The actor plays the role of the football player Roy Kent in the pot mouth in the Apple TV + program

The actor plays the role of the football player Roy Kent in the pot mouth in the Apple TV + program

‘I finally found my way to Sesame Street (all you have to do is ask through the song) and it was more wonderful than I could have imagined. Everyone was so funny and brilliant and kind and friendly. I managed to get to say hello to all the residents except Snuffleupagus who was sleeping (even though I saw him sleeping and he snores less than you might think). ‘

He continued: ‘Truly a beautiful cast and crew that fills the entire street with all the love you could wish for. Special thanks to Elmo and Grover and Big Bird and Oscar and Cookie Monster, sorry if I scared you. Extra special thanks to @ karynl5, @sherrierwestin, Stephen M Youngwood and Zack Van Amburg for making this dream come true. It was perfect. ‘

Goldstein said the entire episode would be released this year, as Sesame Street’s 53rd season can be seen on HBO Max.

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