History Analysis / SesameStreet

28th Apr '17 11:48:55 PM Unicorndance
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* '''Bert''': Bert is very emotional, he is happy when he's reading, eating oatmeal, looking at paperclips and bottle caps, agreeing with Ernie, or observing pigeons. When happy he generally seems happy and also does his trademark chuckle. Bert can get angry if he doesn't get his way or disagrees with Ernie. When angry he shouts (a lot), waves his arms, and tends to repeat himself rather than using logic. A strange thing is that Bert doesn't get sad like other characters get sad. When sad, he seems to just fall over.
* '''Ernie''': Ernie is most often happy, and when happy he sings, skips, and does his trademark chuckle. When sad, he seems to sob and talk in a generic 'sad' voice. The two main things that get him sad are sad daydreams and loneliness, which he describes in When Bert's Not Here. When Ernie is scared he uses the same tone of voice as when sad, but doesn't seem sad. Ernie expresses anger in the same way Bert does but it takes a lot to get him angry.
* '''Abby Cadabby''': Abby is usually extremely happy and excited. Often, when she sees something fascinating or learns something new she'll throw her head back and giggle, while literally floating on air.

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* '''Bert''': Bert is very emotional, he is happy when he's reading, eating oatmeal, looking at paperclips and bottle caps, agreeing with Ernie, or observing pigeons. When happy he generally seems happy and also does his trademark chuckle. Bert can get angry if he doesn't get his way or disagrees with Ernie. When angry he shouts (a lot), waves his arms, and tends to repeat himself rather than using logic. A strange thing is that Bert doesn't get sad like other characters get sad. When sad, he seems to just fall over.
over. When worried, he'll have the same cowering, ranting response as Telly and Ernie, but, unlike them, never seems to be scared from outlandish imaginings.
* '''Ernie''': Ernie is most often happy, and when happy he sings, skips, and does his trademark chuckle. When sad, he seems to sob and talk in a generic 'sad' voice. The two main things that get him sad are sad daydreams and loneliness, which he describes in When Bert's Not Here. When Ernie is scared he uses the same tone of voice as when sad, sad but doesn't seem sad.sad. He also seems to go on about what's bothering him in a similar way as Telly and, like Telly, is often scared by scary daydreams. Ernie expresses anger in the same way Bert does but it takes a lot to get him angry.
* '''Abby Cadabby''': Abby is usually extremely happy and excited. Often, when she sees something fascinating or learns something new she'll throw her head back and giggle, while literally floating on air. When sad, she often seems subdued and talks quietly, but that doesn't usually happen.
28th Apr '17 12:20:07 PM kasterborous
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* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. Sometimes she can get a little too enthusiastic and accidentally ends up hurting her friends, as seen in the episode "Don't Get Pushy", which she is always very remorseful about. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to problems. However, sometimes when she gets very angry, she wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish. When she's embarrassed or overwhelmed she'll often shrink and run away without explanation.

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* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. Sometimes she can get a little too enthusiastic and accidentally ends up hurting her friends, which she is always very remorseful about, as seen in the episode "Don't Get Pushy", which she is always very remorseful about.Pushy". She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to problems. However, sometimes when she gets very angry, she wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish. When she's embarrassed or overwhelmed she'll often shrink and run away without explanation.
28th Apr '17 12:16:05 PM kasterborous
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* '''Ingrid and Humphrey''': Their happiness is often correlated to Natasha. If Natasha's happy, they're happy, if Natasha's sad (or if they miss Natasha), they're sad. They tend to blow kisses and act happy, yet a bit sappy, when happy. When they are sad they generally cry together and, if it's Natasha-related, say, "where did we go wrong?". They are hardly ever angry or scared, but Humphrey does mention that he expresses fear the same way Natasha does.
* '''Natasha''': Natasha is pretty easy to read. When she's happy she shakes her shoe and goes, "cuckoo". When she's sad she cries, when she's angry she cries and makes a "brrrrb" noise (she's angry when she's not with her doll), and when she's scared she says, "yelp!" and covers her eyes.



* '''Stinky''': He gets sad easily and when sad, he moans, but says he doesn't want to be a burden. To keep him happy, give him basic 'plant' things like water and sun.



* '''Alice''': When she's happy she goes "la la la" and is most often happy. However, she can get angry when she doesn't get her way and when she's angry she stomps her feet and says "no". Alice mainly gets sad from loneliness and when she's sad she stares at the wall. To cheer her up, sing. [[note]] Alice seems selective about which walls to stare at depending on her sadness level. She has a 'very sad' wall and an 'a little bit sad' wall. [[/note]]



* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. Sometimes she can get a little too enthusiastic and accidentally ends up hurting her friends, as seen in the episode "Don't Get Pushy", which she is always very remorseful about. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to problems. However, sometimes when she gets very angry, she wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish. When she's embarrassed or overwhelmed she'll often shrink and run away without explanation.



* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. Sometimes she can get a little too enthusiastic and accidentally ends up hurting her friends, as seen in the episode "Don't Get Pushy", which she is always very remorseful about. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to problems. However, sometimes when she gets very angry, she wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish. When she's embarrassed or overwhelmed she'll often shrink and run away without explanation.

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* '''Rosita''': She's '''Ingrid and Humphrey''': Their happiness is often correlated to Natasha. If Natasha's happy, they're happy, if Natasha's sad (or if they miss Natasha), they're sad. They tend to blow kisses and act happy, yet a very bit sappy, when happy. When they are sad they generally cry together and, if it's Natasha-related, say, "where did we go wrong?". They are hardly ever angry or scared, but Humphrey does mention that he expresses fear the same way Natasha does.
* '''Natasha''': Natasha is pretty easy to read. When she's
happy she shakes her shoe and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, goes, "cuckoo". When she's sad she cries, when she's angry she cries and makes a "brrrrb" noise (she's angry when she's not with her doll), and when she's scared she says, "yelp!" and covers her eyes.
* '''Stinky''': He gets sad easily and when sad, he moans, but says he doesn't want to be a burden. To keep him happy, give him basic 'plant' things like water and sun.
* '''Alice''': When she's happy she goes "la la la" and is most
often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. Sometimes happy. However, she can get a little too enthusiastic and accidentally ends up hurting her friends, as seen in the episode "Don't Get Pushy", which angry when she is always very remorseful about. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to problems. However, sometimes her way and when she gets very angry, she wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish. When she's embarrassed or overwhelmed she'll often shrink angry she stomps her feet and run away without explanation.says "no". Alice mainly gets sad from loneliness and when she's sad she stares at the wall. To cheer her up, sing. [[note]] Alice seems selective about which walls to stare at depending on her sadness level. She has a 'very sad' wall and an 'a little bit sad' wall. [[/note]]
28th Apr '17 12:07:26 PM kasterborous
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*'''Abby Cadabby''': Abby is usually extremely happy and excited. Often, when she sees something fascinating or learns something new she'll throw her head back and giggle, while literally floating on air.



* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to their problems. However, whenever she gets angry, she often wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish.

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* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. Sometimes she can get a little too enthusiastic and accidentally ends up hurting her friends, as seen in the episode "Don't Get Pushy", which she is always very remorseful about. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to their problems. However, whenever sometimes when she gets very angry, she often wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish.Spanish. When she's embarrassed or overwhelmed she'll often shrink and run away without explanation.
28th Apr '17 11:47:49 AM kasterborous
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* '''Snuffy''': He's usually calm and happy. Often okay with doing whatever his friends want to do. However, usually the only time he gets angry is when he has the rare argument with Big Bird. Often when things don't go as planned he's quick to get frustrated, hanging his head down, stomping his feet, and saying "Oh dear" in a sad way.


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* '''Rosita''': She's a very happy and energetic monster. She's also very affectionate, often enthusiastically hugging and kissing her friends. She doesn't get frustrated easily, often being the first to think up a solution to their problems. However, whenever she gets angry, she often wildly gesticulates, and rants very loudly in Spanish.
28th Apr '17 11:27:40 AM kasterborous
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* '''Baby Bear''': Like most of the characters, he's usually happy, especially when he's with his best friend Telly,spending time with his family, or eating porridge. He expresses his emotions in pretty much a generic way, except he's a bit of a LargeHam and uses a lot of big words. Although he's generally much more calm than Telly, he can still be a bit of a worrier at times, especially when things change suddenly. Whereas Telly worries about things that often are unlikely to happen, Baby Bear worries about changes that he knows will happen.

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* '''Baby Bear''': Like most of the characters, he's usually happy, especially when he's with his best friend Telly,spending Telly, spending time with his family, or eating porridge. He expresses his emotions in pretty much a generic way, except he's a bit of a LargeHam and uses a lot of big words. Although he's generally much more calm than Telly, he can still be a bit of a worrier at times, especially when things change suddenly. Whereas Telly worries about things that often are unlikely to happen, Baby Bear worries about changes that he knows will happen.
28th Apr '17 11:27:10 AM kasterborous
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* '''Baby Bear''': He expresses his emotions in pretty much a generic way, except he's a bit of a LargeHam and uses a lot of big words.

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* '''Baby Bear''': Like most of the characters, he's usually happy, especially when he's with his best friend Telly,spending time with his family, or eating porridge. He expresses his emotions in pretty much a generic way, except he's a bit of a LargeHam and uses a lot of big words.words. Although he's generally much more calm than Telly, he can still be a bit of a worrier at times, especially when things change suddenly. Whereas Telly worries about things that often are unlikely to happen, Baby Bear worries about changes that he knows will happen.
17th Feb '17 10:12:39 AM DukeRemington
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* '''Fat Blue''': He gets happy when he gets what he wants but his generic emotion is 'annoyed'. He tends to moan and shout a lot, as well as being impatient.

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* '''Fat Blue''': '''Mr. Johnson''': He gets happy when he gets what he wants but his generic emotion is 'annoyed'. He tends to moan and shout a lot, as well as being impatient.
29th Dec '16 11:04:14 AM Unicorndance
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* '''Fat Blue''': He gets happy when he gets what he wants but his generic emotion is 'annoyed'. He tends to moan and shout a lot, as well as being impatient.
8th Dec '16 6:41:20 PM Unicorndance
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* '''The Adults''': The adults are not as easily ruffled as the kids, but they do have emotions. They are seen crying (albeit not the gulp-y sobbing that the kids do) when sad, and often do an AsideGlance when annoyed.

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* '''The Adults''': The adults are not as easily ruffled as the kids, but they do have emotions. emotions, which they often point out to teach kids that it's acceptable to have those emotions, especially the negative ones. They are seen crying (albeit not the gulp-y sobbing that the kids do) when sad, and often do an AsideGlance when annoyed.annoyed.
* '''Oscar''': His emotions are complicated. Being happy makes him sad and being angry makes him happy. He is made angry by other people being angry or sad, things being too soppy, things like butterflies and dogs which are generally considered pleasant, other people talking to him, happy songs, other people being happy, Christmas, and being alone. The only thing he admits to liking is garbage.
* '''Prarie Dawn''': She's a perfectionist: Happy when she gets her way and sad when she doesn't. When Prarie is sad she often holds her head, moans and complains.
* '''Guy Smiley''': He is a LargeHam. When something happy happens he acts REALLY happy, when something sad happens he acts distraught, when something annoyed happens he hops up and down in rage, and when something scary happens he has an overly frightened response.
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