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Julia Louis-Dreyfus swears before Elmo in ‘cute’ resurfaced Sesame Street bug

A clip of Julia Louis-Dreyfus being sworn in Sesame Street before Elmo has gone viral.

That His field Star – who played Elaine on the hit sitcom – appeared as a guest on the children’s show in 1994.

In an outtake from the episode first shared on the Reddit forum Old school coolLouis-Dreyfus talks to the characters Elmo and Zoe before the scene begins.

However, as the take begins, Louis-Dreyfus says the wrong name when reciting her line. After realizing her mistake, the actor says, “S***.”

Louis-Dreyfus then apologizes to the dolls, and Elmo exclaims that she “said a bad word.”

Elmo suggests that the actor pay a “five dollar” penalty for saying the swear word, while Zoe demands a nickel.

“You’re going to be a rich Muppet by the end of this day,” Louis-Dreyfus tells Elmo.

That veep Star is one of many high-profile actors to have appeared on the long-running series. Others include Robin Williams, Jason Bateman, Beyonce and Halle Berry.

After the clip was shared on Reddit by user u/MulciberTenebras, it has since gone viral on Twitter as well.

Viewers praised Elmo and Zoe’s reactions to the “hilarious” moment.

“It’s fucking hilarious how puppeteers stay in character between takes. It’s a real honor to their craft,” said one person.

Another added: “Love how she actually talks to the dolls. It is so sweet.”

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