The Best Parodies of 'New Yorker's Bert and Ernie Cover

This week's cover of The New Yorker is pretty amazing. Called "Bert and Ernie's Moment of Joy," it features the famed "are they or aren't they?" Muppets cuddling on a couch, watching the Supreme Court rule in favor of gay marriage. Like all wonderful pieces of art, it was only a matter of time before parodies took over the Internet. Here are the four best. Image: The New Yorker

4 Best Parodies of the 'New Yorker' Gay Marriage Cover

This week's cover of The New Yorker is pretty amazing. Called "Bert and Ernie's Moment of Joy," it features the famed "are they or aren't they?" Muppets cuddling on a couch, watching the Supreme Court rule in favor of gay marriage. Like all wonderful pieces of art, it was only a matter of time before parodies took over the Internet. Here are the four best. Image: The New Yorker

Bert and Ernie Watch 'Seinfeld'

From Seinfeld Current Day, a Twitter account that imagines if the '90s hit was still on air today. Image: Seinfeld2000

Bert and Ernie Watch 'The Golden Girls'

From Dave Itzkoff, a culture reporter for The New York Times: "This would have been a more plausible New Yorker cover." Image: Dave Itzkoff

Batman and Robin Make Out

From Darth Red Panda, a Twitter account: In a PG-rated parody, Bert and Ernie are replaced by another pair of gay-friendly pop culture icons. Image: Darth Red Panda

Ryu and Ken Get Handsy

From Richard Lawson, writer for The Atlantic Wire: "Really, The New Yorker? ugh." Image: Richard Lawson