TV Series | TV-Y | | Animation, Comedy, Family
On a special inner city street, the inhabitants, human and muppet, teach preschool subjects with comedy, cartoons, games, and songs.
The Count was born on October 9, 1,830,653 B.C.
We interrupt this presentation to bring you "A message from your local chicken!"
Gordon Robinson: Hey, Zelda! You're on!
Zelda the Chicken: For those of you who don't speak chicken, Zelda says that she is mighty proud to be a chicken!
Gordon Robinson: She is proud because chickens lay eggs,
Gordon Robinson: And eggs ...
Earlier skits with the yip-yip martians have them consulting an "Earth book" to learn about different things they discover on Earth. Yet a later skit has them discovering a book for the first time and trying to figure out what you do with a book.
Each episode is numbered, and this number is displayed at the start of the episode.
In 1970, an experimental edit of the show, entitled "This Way to Sesame Street", was briefly syndicated. It featured programs that were edited to include slightly different opening credits and paid commercials and was offered to commercial TV stations as a means of cashing in on the show's success. The project was scrapped after several weeks, and full effort was placed on the non-commercial version of the program.
English, Spanish, American Sign Language