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.
Kermit the Frog was retired from Sesame Street in 2001.
Henry the Pig:
Sid the Pig: Yes, Henry?
Henry the Pig: Can a number four fly?
Sid the Pig: Uh No, Henry! It can't!
Henry the Pig: Oh, I guess I didn't think so!
Alistair Cookie: CUT!
Henry the Pig: Yeah?
Alistair Cookie: Me very sorry. That wasn't ''One Flew Over the Cuckoos' Nest!'' That was ''Four Flew Over the Pig Pent, and Land in Mud!''
Bert and Ernie's apartment is clearly a sub-basement apartment in the 123 Sesame Street building, but often when looking out a window from inside the apartment, it looks as if it is on the first floor (i.e. the half-walls seen in front of the windows when outside the building aren't there, and when people are at the window, they're standing straight up, not crouched over as one would expect).
Most episodes aired from 1969 to the 2000s do not have complete closing credits; ending credits usually appeared at the end of the Friday installment, or when another weekday episode ran short.
Starting in 2002, the show's format was changed completely. A new opening was added and the old segments that did musical fun with numbers and words were practically all removed to make room for segments featuring The Count finding out the number of the day, Cookie Monster finding out the letter of the day, a Journey to Ernie game, and Monster Clubhouse.
English, Spanish, American Sign Language
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