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  • The "Big Bird" is a corrupted Gem and the main antagonist of its debut episode "Giant Woman" of the cartoon series Steven Universe.
  • Big Bird was once an orphan baby bird who lost his family during migration and was taken in by a mad scientist who experiments with animals and humans. He then switches the bird's brain with the brain of an orphan. The bird then grows higher than his normal size and starts to speak English. His feathers start turning yellow as his orphan brain starts infusing with his body. He then "moves" to a new location code named "Sesame Street" where he meets new friends and now lives in a hut in the alley.
  • Big Bird is a nickname given to a dorky girl in the episode "Everyone hates Big Bird"
  • When Big Bird was born on Nestus in 69 BBY, he found himself alone as his siblings were tragically eaten by hunters, of which the sight tragically left him mentally ill for many years to come. Big Bird flew to an unknown asteroid where he lived until 55 BBY. There, his mental illness got the better of him. Believing to be the almighty lord C-3PO of Endor, he developed his own religion. At first, it was named the "The Big Bird Communism," but after dealing with eighteen wars against himself, he decided to change it to the much more appropriate "Brotherhood of the Bird."
  • The "Big Bird" is a corrupted Gem and the main antagonist of its debut episode, "Giant Woman".
  • Big Bird is an 8'2" tall 6-year-old yellow bird. He often gets really excited over new things, but sometimes he is disappointed when things don't work out or when he makes mistakes. But Big Bird always tries again, and corrects his mistakes by being persistent. He loves his teddy bear, Radar. Big Bird loves making new friends on Sesame Street!
  • Big Bird is a crossover character from Sesame Street. He is one of the main characters of the show.
  • Big Bird, better known as "Big Cock", is a major member of The Barney Bunch. He is the gayest character from Sesame Street and likes to rape Elmo, Cookie Monster, Ernie, Telly, Snuffy, and the other males from Sesame Street. He started Sesame Street to see male children. PBS made Big Bird include girls in the show and if he didn't they wouldn't take his idea for an educational children's TV show. He has a big penis. He also likes to watch educational programs like Schoolhouse Rock, and other shows that are also on PBS as well as documentaries and masturbate to the males. He appeared in many of the original Newgrounds flashes and early BB YouTube videos in the mid 2000s, but hasn't had much recognition in recent years.
  • Big Bird is a character from sesame street. He can be seen as a slihouette in the background in the pilot episode. <default>Big Bird</default> Name Occupation Weapons Status
  • If you get touched by this enemy, you die. They make a "walp" sound before the come on screen.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Big Bird is a character from the children's television show Sesame Street. As his name suggests, he is an 8-foot, 2-inch friendly yellow bird who lives in a nest on Sesame Street with a slightly quirky and naive outlook on the world. He can roller skate, ice skate, dance, sing, write poetry, draw, and even ride a unicycle. In spite of this wide array of talents, he is also prone to frequent misunderstandings, like thinking that the alphabet is one long word. As one of the main characters from the show, he has managed to appear in all of the Christmas specials spun off from it.
  • Big Bird is a very very very large yellow bird that can talk and think for itself (sort of). He is the most legendary bird in existence (not that that's saying much). Big Bird was born in Sesame Street in ????. He was raised by creepy bird people, and he eventually made friends with all of the Sesame Street people. He is rather stupid, but that does not get in his way. When Elmo turned evil, Big Bird was one of Elmo's first mob members. Literally three seconds after Elmo recruits him, Big Bird turns a gun on Elmo. Elmo shot him, and Big Bird ran off. He is 1,493 years old.
  • Officially performed by Caroll Spinney since 1969, he is an eight-foot two-inch tall bright yellow bird. He can roller skate, ice skate, dance, sing, write poetry, draw and even ride a unicycle. He lives in a large nest behind the 123 Sesame Street brownstone. Cookie Monster, Elmo and Big Bird appear in "Francine's Flashback" while Stan watches Sesame Street on the morning of his and Francine's anniversary. he yells at the television that the other Muppets should go as far as to "shoot him (Cookie Monster) in the face" because he doesn't eat the cookies but rather crumbles them with his mouth.
  • He is a tall thin bird who one day lands on the telephone wire Bully and his flock of birds (including Chipper, Snob, and Neurotic) were already perching on. When Bully and his flock notice how different the Big Bird was, the smaller birds immediately start making fun of him. The Big Bird then lands between the smaller birds, but his weight causes the wire to sag and bend downwards, causing the smaller birds to slide toward him and therefore making him very annoyed. Bully then bites Big Bird's leg, causing him to fall off, but he still manages to hold onto the wire. Bully, still trying to get rid of him immediately, has all of the smaller birds peck at Big Bird's toes causing him to lose grip one by one, but when there was only one of Big Bird's toes still grabbing onto the wire, Neurotic
  • He has mediocre pokemon. However, they all have the ability to Kill at 60 percent accuracy. Lvl 64 Staraptor-He stalks you if you kill Big Bird. Lvl 66 Pidgeotto-Can smash you with a guitar, VERY into his band nowadays. Lvl 70 Swellow-She has a gun. Given to her by Pikashoe. Lvl 1337 Muddie-This was before his stalking and pie cravings. Lvl OVER 9000!! Shadow Lugia-Not only can kill, but he has a Nuke and Hyper Hyper Hyper Hyper Beam. Lvl 1337 Lugia-In his bro's shadow. Has a bazooka, and stalks you after the battle. This is...weird. He's huge, so...Yeah.
  • In "I Never Met the Dead Man", Stewie plays with a toy phone, threating Big Bird and other Sesame Street characters. In "A Picture's Worth a Thousand Bucks", he was attracted by Meg's bird calls. The buttons on Stewie's phone in "Model Misbehavior" are Big Bird, Grover, Ernie, and The Count. In "Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air", his legs are one of Joe Swanson's choices when he seeks a transplant. He is lampooned as Large Bird in the American adaptation of Jolly Farm Revue, which began production in "Go, Stewie, Go!". He is voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • The world-famous bird has been a central character on Sesame Street for the program's run, premiering in the first episode. The big yellow bird can roller skate, ice skate, dance, sing, write poetry, draw, and even ride a unicycle — pretty talented for a character described in the TV show's writer's guide as a 6-year-old. But despite this wide array of talents, he's prone to frequent misunderstandings, like thinking that the alphabet is one long word. Big Bird lives in a large nest behind 123 Sesame Street and next to Oscar's trash can, and he has a teddy bear named Radar.
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  • Many
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  • Turning Green
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  • Sesame Street
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  • N/A
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  • TV character
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  • Himself
Eyes
  • Black
  • Two
  • Hateful
Origin
  • Sesame Street
Deathplace
  • N/A
Design
Status
  • Inactive
Appearance
  • "A Fish Called Selma"
  • "Missionary: Impossible"
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  • Barney Bunch
  • *Brotherhood of the Bird *Sesame Street
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New
Known
  • Being Fat
Hair
  • Yellow
  • FEATHERS YOU MORON! FEATHERS!
  • Yellow, duuuuhhhh!
Name
  • Big Bird
  • Our lord, Big Bird
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  • 200
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  • Bird-Brain
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  • Artwork from [[w:c:muppet:Sesame_Street
  • He looks fatter in person.
Dream
  • Killing
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  • Good
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  • 1966-08-21
Aliases
  • Big Cock
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  • 180.0
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  • Big Bird
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  • 234
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  • #BC8F8F
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  • 1969
  • 1997
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  • Yellow
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  • N/A
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  • Fat Bird
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  • Mobster
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  • 1969
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  • 20
  • Thanksgiving
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Birth
  • 69
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  • The "Big Bird" is a corrupted Gem and the main antagonist of its debut episode "Giant Woman" of the cartoon series Steven Universe.
  • He is a tall thin bird who one day lands on the telephone wire Bully and his flock of birds (including Chipper, Snob, and Neurotic) were already perching on. When Bully and his flock notice how different the Big Bird was, the smaller birds immediately start making fun of him. The Big Bird then lands between the smaller birds, but his weight causes the wire to sag and bend downwards, causing the smaller birds to slide toward him and therefore making him very annoyed. Bully then bites Big Bird's leg, causing him to fall off, but he still manages to hold onto the wire. Bully, still trying to get rid of him immediately, has all of the smaller birds peck at Big Bird's toes causing him to lose grip one by one, but when there was only one of Big Bird's toes still grabbing onto the wire, Neurotic immediately tries to tell them to stop, but the other birds won't listen, and as a result, Big Bird falls off the wire and causes it to bounce back up, knocking all of the smaller birds upwards. Big Bird lands safely on the ground, while Bully and the other smaller birds all end up losing their feathers and running behind him out of embarrassment, to which Big Bird shrugs.
  • Big Bird was once an orphan baby bird who lost his family during migration and was taken in by a mad scientist who experiments with animals and humans. He then switches the bird's brain with the brain of an orphan. The bird then grows higher than his normal size and starts to speak English. His feathers start turning yellow as his orphan brain starts infusing with his body. He then "moves" to a new location code named "Sesame Street" where he meets new friends and now lives in a hut in the alley.
  • Big Bird is a nickname given to a dorky girl in the episode "Everyone hates Big Bird"
  • The world-famous bird has been a central character on Sesame Street for the program's run, premiering in the first episode. The big yellow bird can roller skate, ice skate, dance, sing, write poetry, draw, and even ride a unicycle — pretty talented for a character described in the TV show's writer's guide as a 6-year-old. But despite this wide array of talents, he's prone to frequent misunderstandings, like thinking that the alphabet is one long word. Big Bird lives in a large nest behind 123 Sesame Street and next to Oscar's trash can, and he has a teddy bear named Radar. Big Bird helps children feel all right about not knowing everything because he himself does not know everything, and encourages them to inquire: a common Big Bird phrase in recent years has been "Asking questions is a good way of finding things out!" He also teaches other life, alphabet, and numerical lessons: "I guess it's better to be who you are. Turns out people like you best that way, anyway." For many years his best friend Mr. Snuffleupagus (who Big Bird calls Snuffy) was deemed as imaginary by the adults on Sesame Street. Every time Snuffy would visit, he would coincidentally leave just before the adults arrived. Despite not being believed by the adults, Big Bird continued to assert that Snuffy was real. In the early 1980s, a string of high-profile child sexual abuse cases caused Sesame Workshop (then Children's Television Workshop) to eliminate this running gag, fearing that children would take to heart the message that, if adults don't believe something out of the ordinary even when they are telling the truth, they'd be just as well off to remain silent. Big Bird's closest human friendship, however, for many years was with storekeeper Mr. Hooper, who made his birdseed milkshakes. Big Bird's inability to say the storekeeper's name correctly (most often rendered as "Mr. Looper") was a source of frustration, but they remained close. Big Bird took center stage on Sesame Street in the early 1980s, when the show dealt with the death of Mr. Hooper (necessitated by the death of Will Lee, the actor who played the role). Big Bird got confused when he tried to go into Hooper's Store to give Mr. Hooper his drawing Big Bird made of and for him. The adults, including Maria, David, Bob, Susan, Gordon, Olivia and Luis tell Big Bird that Mr. Hooper is not coming back because he's dead, and when people die, they don't come back. ("Ever?" "No, never") Big Bird's realization that Mr. Hooper wasn't just gone temporarily, and Big Bird's acceptance of Mr. Hooper's death, have been hailed as a milestone in children's programming. Big Bird starred on the big screen in the 1985 film Follow That Bird, in which he is sent by Miss Finch, a bird social worker, to live with a foster family of Dodos. He soon runs away from his new home to get back to Sesame Street and he is kidnapped and dyed baby blue by two ratty carnival-owners. He also had a role in the feature film The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland and starred in the feature-length specials Big Bird in China and Big Bird in Japan. Big Bird also appeared in cameo roles in the films The Muppet Movie and The Muppets Take Manhattan and the television special A Muppet Family Christmas, and as a guest on The Muppet Show episode 318, plus a variety of outside TV appearances.
  • When Big Bird was born on Nestus in 69 BBY, he found himself alone as his siblings were tragically eaten by hunters, of which the sight tragically left him mentally ill for many years to come. Big Bird flew to an unknown asteroid where he lived until 55 BBY. There, his mental illness got the better of him. Believing to be the almighty lord C-3PO of Endor, he developed his own religion. At first, it was named the "The Big Bird Communism," but after dealing with eighteen wars against himself, he decided to change it to the much more appropriate "Brotherhood of the Bird."
  • The "Big Bird" is a corrupted Gem and the main antagonist of its debut episode, "Giant Woman".
  • Big Bird is an 8'2" tall 6-year-old yellow bird. He often gets really excited over new things, but sometimes he is disappointed when things don't work out or when he makes mistakes. But Big Bird always tries again, and corrects his mistakes by being persistent. He loves his teddy bear, Radar. Big Bird loves making new friends on Sesame Street!
  • Big Bird is a crossover character from Sesame Street. He is one of the main characters of the show.
  • Big Bird, better known as "Big Cock", is a major member of The Barney Bunch. He is the gayest character from Sesame Street and likes to rape Elmo, Cookie Monster, Ernie, Telly, Snuffy, and the other males from Sesame Street. He started Sesame Street to see male children. PBS made Big Bird include girls in the show and if he didn't they wouldn't take his idea for an educational children's TV show. He has a big penis. He also likes to watch educational programs like Schoolhouse Rock, and other shows that are also on PBS as well as documentaries and masturbate to the males. He appeared in many of the original Newgrounds flashes and early BB YouTube videos in the mid 2000s, but hasn't had much recognition in recent years.
  • He has mediocre pokemon. However, they all have the ability to Kill at 60 percent accuracy. Lvl 64 Staraptor-He stalks you if you kill Big Bird. Lvl 66 Pidgeotto-Can smash you with a guitar, VERY into his band nowadays. Lvl 70 Swellow-She has a gun. Given to her by Pikashoe. Lvl 1337 Muddie-This was before his stalking and pie cravings. Lvl OVER 9000!! Shadow Lugia-Not only can kill, but he has a Nuke and Hyper Hyper Hyper Hyper Beam. Lvl 1337 Lugia-In his bro's shadow. Has a bazooka, and stalks you after the battle. This is...weird. He's huge, so...Yeah. This article is short and dumb like Oddish. You can help My English Wiki thingy by [ spamming on this page before Ash gets you]!
  • Big Bird is a very very very large yellow bird that can talk and think for itself (sort of). He is the most legendary bird in existence (not that that's saying much). Big Bird was born in Sesame Street in ????. He was raised by creepy bird people, and he eventually made friends with all of the Sesame Street people. He is rather stupid, but that does not get in his way. When Elmo turned evil, Big Bird was one of Elmo's first mob members. Literally three seconds after Elmo recruits him, Big Bird turns a gun on Elmo. Elmo shot him, and Big Bird ran off. He later died when the pilgrims got hungry. In 1876, Big bird came back to life, specifically get revenge on Elmo. But 3 seconds after he came back to life, more pilgrims found him and ate him. Then the pilgrims got hit by a train. Then, 3 years later, he came back to life AGAIN, and found his true naturall enemy: Pilgrims. He has been planning to get revenge on them ever since. Big bird is immortal. He is 1,493 years old.
  • In "I Never Met the Dead Man", Stewie plays with a toy phone, threating Big Bird and other Sesame Street characters. In "A Picture's Worth a Thousand Bucks", he was attracted by Meg's bird calls. The buttons on Stewie's phone in "Model Misbehavior" are Big Bird, Grover, Ernie, and The Count. In "Believe It or Not, Joe's Walking on Air", his legs are one of Joe Swanson's choices when he seeks a transplant. He is lampooned as Large Bird in the American adaptation of Jolly Farm Revue, which began production in "Go, Stewie, Go!". In "Brian's Play" he appears as a meth addict to one of Beaker's inventions which gets him fired by Stewie as the resources director for the Muppets. He is voiced by Seth MacFarlane.
  • Big Bird is a character from sesame street. He can be seen as a slihouette in the background in the pilot episode. <default>Big Bird</default> Name Occupation Weapons Status
  • Officially performed by Caroll Spinney since 1969, he is an eight-foot two-inch tall bright yellow bird. He can roller skate, ice skate, dance, sing, write poetry, draw and even ride a unicycle. He lives in a large nest behind the 123 Sesame Street brownstone. Cookie Monster, Elmo and Big Bird appear in "Francine's Flashback" while Stan watches Sesame Street on the morning of his and Francine's anniversary. he yells at the television that the other Muppets should go as far as to "shoot him (Cookie Monster) in the face" because he doesn't eat the cookies but rather crumbles them with his mouth. The Newspaper headline gag for "Stannie Get Your Gun" reads "Big Bird Dead Of Big Avian Flu" . Barry blurts out that there is a person inside of Big Bird in "A Piñata Named Desire" when Snot points out that they are not kids anymore.
  • If you get touched by this enemy, you die. They make a "walp" sound before the come on screen.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Big Bird is a character from the children's television show Sesame Street. As his name suggests, he is an 8-foot, 2-inch friendly yellow bird who lives in a nest on Sesame Street with a slightly quirky and naive outlook on the world. He can roller skate, ice skate, dance, sing, write poetry, draw, and even ride a unicycle. In spite of this wide array of talents, he is also prone to frequent misunderstandings, like thinking that the alphabet is one long word. As one of the main characters from the show, he has managed to appear in all of the Christmas specials spun off from it.
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