In a genius skit spoofing A&E's Mad Men, three Muppets bantered back and forth about emotions while flipping through several ad campaign posters. When the boss, coincidentally known as Don Draper, closes the scene by calling out, "Good work, sick of ants!"
Sick of ants! Are you confused?
Well, I was! I couldn't understand for the life of me what in the world sick of ants could possibly mean. I thought about it on and off for the rest of the day, in between loads of laundry, dirty diapers, and my never ending war against the always on the floor Cheerio. By the time Bret walked in the door from work, I had all but forgotten about the whole Sesame Street conundrum until I found myself watching the day's episode once again while GG drank her evening milk.
As my know it all hubby (said lovingly), explained what the Muppet had actually said, my confusion soon turned to understanding. Which was quickly followed by a cheek flushing rush of embarrassment at my stupidity that, if compared, would've made Snooki look like a Rhodes Scholar.
Sick of ants was actually sycophants. Oooohhhh, I should've have known that!
But in my defense, they do sound similar. Right?
Now should Alex Trebek ever come a' callin', and you find yourself with this Daily Double answer...