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Now available in a shortened, 30-minute format, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program that is enjoyed by both children and adults. A PBS staple for more than 40 years, the classic series features a large cast of characters who teach young children numbers, colors, the alphabet and concepts. Big Bird, Bert & Ernie, Oscar the Grouch, and Grover are a few of the characters involved in this program, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.

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Everyone is excited to see some real magic when Max the Magician visits.
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Nina and her friends turn bike parts into musical instruments to help them make music and attract customers to her new bike shop.
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Oscar resists spending his trash, despite temptations from Mucklemore.
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Elmo makes sure his apple tree has good soil, water and sunshine, but he still needs to learn how to be patient and wait for it to grow.
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Elmo and Abby play with Julia, and Alan helps Big Bird understand more about Julia's autism.
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Max the Magician amazes Rosita, Big Bird and Elmo with his magical, mathematical tricks.
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Cookie Monster learns how to control himself from eating his own paintings.
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The Count tries to find another job after he makes a counting mistake, but soon finds out that many other jobs also include counting.
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Elmo and Zoe compete to see who can wear the most hats.
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The Count is late to accept his Nobel Prize for Counting, so his friends try to stall the judge by solving a counting problem.
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Elmo and Abby help Crystal the Ball come up with a morning routine so that she can be ready to go out and play.
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Abby and Elmo help Big Bird relax so he will not be nervous singing on the show "The Squawk."
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Baby Bear is frightened of bees until Abby shows him and Chris just how amazing the insects really are.
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Elmo keeps hiding from Nina because he wants more play time before he takes his bath, but Ernie helps him realize he can have fun in the tub as well.
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Rosita, Zoe and Grover give Norbert the Robot a surprise birthday party to show how much they care about him.
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Zoe choreographs a ballet and the dancers must work together to figure out how to make Snuffy fly through the air.
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Alan takes Elmo over to the Book Nook so he can create a welcome party for his visiting friend, Zuzu, complete with South African food, music and clothing.
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Elmo and Rudy play bus driver and bus monitor, driving a homemade bus and helping their friends get around Sesame Street.
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Abby and Elmo play dress up and pretend to be different people; Abby and Elmo pretend to be bike repair assistants to help Nina fix Rosita's bike.
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Elmo shares his scooter with Zoe and learns how to be patient and wait for his turn while she practices and learns how to ride.
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Mando and Abby help Rosita, Elmo and Telly recognize the importance of being themselves.

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