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Move over, Elmo. New York Jets own 'Sesame Street' (then lose jobs)

You know who never ever embarrasses Elmo on "Sesame Street" the way Katy Perry did? Pro athletes, that's who. Among the best: a pre-pre-Suzy-Kolberian Joe Namath and Bo Jackson. The Bleacher Report had the New York Jets atop its top-10 list last year if only because of the "Sesame Street" hilarity-jinx blow-up-the-team irony and we won't disagree.

Let's move to more adult fare, shall we? Peyton Manning finishes No. 5 on the all-time list of "Saturday Night Live" sketchs put together by the otherwise prudent Melissa Bell at BlogPost. (How is Peyton not No. 1? And no Schweddy balls? No "[special holiday present] in a box"? Please.)

Steve Kroft owns New Orleans.

Since it's video Friday, just look at how excited revelers are to see Steve Kroft strolling through the French Quarter for his "60 Minutes" interview, airing Sunday, with Saints quarterback Drew Brees.


By Cindy Boren  | September 24, 2010; 9:41 AM ET
 
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