Being stuffed is a metaphysical dilemma the puppets in "For (Stuffed) Colored Girls" haven't conquered yet. Just when you thought you'd shed enough tears watching Tyler Perry's "For Colored Girls" this past weekend, a new spoof of the star-studded movie will have you rolling on the floor with tears of joy. "For Stuffed Girls Who Considered Suicide When Sesame Street Was Enuf" was written by comedian/actress Robin Thede (a Black woman) and stars comedians Wayne Brady and Affion Crockett... Here's what you had to say: Stacy commented via Facebook: "OMG! I was laughing so hard." Tiffany wrote via Facebook: "OK so the muppets are cute, but how can they make light of such serious issues?"

Essence.com
Nov, 10, 2010

For (Stuffed) Colored Girls from Wayne Brady Being stuffed is a metaphysical dilemma the puppets in "For (Stuffed) Colored Girls" haven't conquered yet. Just when you thought you'd shed enough tears watching Tyler Perry's "For Colored Girls" this past weekend, a new spoof of the star-studded movie will have you rolling on the floor with tears of joy. "For Stuffed Girls Who Considered Suicide When Sesame Street Was Enuf" was written by comedian/actress Robin Thede (a Black woman) and stars comedians Wayne Brady and Affion Crockett. But instead of Whoopi Goldberg, Janet Jackson and Thandie Newton, you have puppets dealing with what it means to be an "ordinary felt-stuffed woman with no legs." What do you think of the parody?