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  • explains Cookie Monster's early life: 'In 1966, Henson drew three monsters that ate cookies and appeared in a General Foods commercial that featured three crunch snack foods:

  • Each snack was represented by a different monster

  • The Wheel-Stealer was a short, fuzzy monster with wonky eyes and sharply pointed teeth

  • The Crown-Grabber was a hulk of a monster with a Boris Karloff accent and teeth that resembled giant knitting needles

  • 'These monsters had insatiable appetites for the snack foods they were named after

  • One by one, the monsters sneak in and zoom away with the snacks

  • Frustrated and peckish, the narrator warns viewers that these pesky monsters could be disguised as someone in your own home, at which point the monsters briefly turn into people and then dissolve back to monsters again.' As it turns out, these commercials were never aired — but all three monsters had a future in the Muppet cast

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