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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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aired 1,186 days ago
A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.
aired 1,189 days ago
A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.
aired 1,236 days ago
A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.
aired 1,272 days ago
A longtime favorite of children and adults, and a staple of PBS, "Sesame Street" bridges many cultural and educational gaps with a fun program. Big Bird leads a cast of characters teaching children numbers, colors and the alphabet. Bert and Ernie, Oscar the Grouch and Grover are just a few of the other creatures involved in this show, set on a city street full of valuable learning opportunities.
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Leela makes bracelets to celebrate the Indian holiday Rakhi.
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When Charlie counts everything on Sesame Street, the Count thinks he's not needed anymore and decides to leave; Charlie explains that she loves to count but she could never take the Count's place, so he agrees to stay.
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Rudy feels frustrated when he makes a mistake on his drawing; Alan helps Rudy calm down and encourages him to keep trying; Rudy suddenly gets an idea from his mistake and by using his imagination, he changes his drawing.
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Charlie and her parents, who were in the military, move into the neighborhood; Elmo and Rosita show Charlie around, and she learns that Sesame Street is a place where anyone can be friends no matter who you are.
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Elmo loses his lucky baseball card before a game of T-ball and says he can't play without it; when Abby, Alan and Rosita tell Elmo that all he needs to do is practice, Elmo learns that he can still play without his lucky card.
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All of the fruit leave Sesame Street because they think no one likes them; Elmo, Zoe, Alan and Big Bird come up with the idea of singing songs about how much they like the fruit so the fruits will stay.
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Abby helps Leela get dressed for a neighborhood party, even if she doesn't need the assistance.
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When Humpty Dumpty decides to join the King's Horses & Men in their annual football game, Telly tries to come up with the right protective gear to keep Humpty from cracking.
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Sesame Street turns into a giant board game called Sesame Stoplight and Elmo, Abby and Rudy are ready to play; when they feel frustrated during the game, they take a deep breath, think of a plan to solve the problem, and then go try their plan.
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When Elmo and Abby can't find a band for their friend Mick to sing in, they come up with the idea of making their own band.
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Cookie Monster and Gonger team up against Grover and Alan in a competition to try to make the very best birthday cake for Nina; Elmo and Rosita suggest that everyone should work together instead.
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Cookie Monster, Elmo and Chris are very excited to check out a new museum until the paintings begin to disappear; when the guards suspect Cookie Monster of the crime, Abby, Cookie Monster, Elmo and Chris search for the real thief of the cookie art.
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Slimey participates in the Squirmadega car race.
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Elmo tells his friends that he's going to summer camp, but he's never been before; they pretend to go to Camp Grover for the day and learn all about the fun things that can happen.
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Baby Bear, Elmo and Abby play restaurant; Baby Bear pretends to be a chef and cooks the food, Elmo pretends to be the host and seats the guests, and Abby pretends to be a server and brings the food.
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To make food shopping more fun, Alan turns it into a game; Elmo, Abby and Cookie Monster need to find three foods that start with the letter C from different sections of the grocery store.
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Bert and Ernie animal-sit six animals, but the animals sneak outside onto Sesame Street; Bert and Ernie ask Alan and Elmo for help to make sure they find all six.

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