One of my first posts for this blog involved the Sesame Street bit "Now then. A count of ten." Of course, since kids are such a demanding audience, Jim Henson had to try it out on another audience first. Like, say, The Tonight Show, where he was still known as Jim Jenson.
There's nudity, but it's art so it's okay.
The blip 'n' bloop music's by Raymond Scott, who wrote the "Powerhouse" theme that appeared in every Warner Brothers cartoon that had something resembling a factory production line.