A play on the classic children's story "The Monster at the End of This Book," Grover insisted that followers not retweet his tweets. They did, of course, and Grover continued begging them not to for fear of the monster at the end of the Twitter conversation.
Grover: If you do not retweet any more tweets, we will never get to the end of this twitter conversation...— Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) January 30, 2013
A frenzy of fans and followers retweeted Grover's quips and gave shout-outs to their favorite Sesame Street monsters. Former child star Wil Wheaton got especially excited about his Twitter conversation with Grover.
GROVER TALKED TO ME YOU GUYS OMG bit.ly/Uiiwk3— Wil Wheaton (@wilw) January 30, 2013
Twitter is still safe for now. The monster at the end was just furry, lovable old Grover.
Grover: Well… look at that. This is the end of the conversation and the only one here is ME! twitter.com/sesamestreet/s…— Sesame Street (@sesamestreet) January 30, 2013
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