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Christoph Waltz Performs Dramatic Interpretation of Sesame Street Theme

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It seems that beneath that happy-clappy exterior, an existential darkness lurks on Sesame Street.

We'd always suspected it, given the extensive addiction problems suffered by the Cookie Monster, and the fact that poor Oscar the Grouch has resorted to living in a bin for his whole life, but now it's been confirmed by Christoph Waltz, who performed an excellent dramatic interpretation of the show's famous theme tune on Jimmy Kimmel.

Watch the double Oscar winner in action below; you'll never question how to get to Sesame Street again.

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