History Headscratchers / SesameStreet

2nd May '16 1:16:27 AM Unicorndance
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** WordOfGod is because they wanted to show how sometimes kids get attached to a certain article of clothing that they like, and wear it constantly... like when I was a kid, for example, for a year, I wore like the exact same blue polo shirt and navy shorts almost every single day, because I went through this phase that I wanted to wear the same outfit all the time like a cartoon character. But as far as Zoe goes, it's almost kind of like how Bear from ''Franklin'' started wearing that hideous vest ''all the time''.

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** WordOfGod is because they wanted to show how sometimes kids get attached to a certain article of clothing that they like, and wear it constantly... like when I was a kid, for example, for a year, I wore like the exact same blue polo shirt and navy shorts almost every single day, because I went through this phase that I wanted to wear the same outfit all the time like a cartoon character. But as far as Zoe goes, it's almost kind of like how Bear from ''Franklin'' ''WesternAnimation/Franklin'' started wearing that hideous vest ''all the time''.


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* How does Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures make sense? It can't be dreaming, as it is very seldom you have non-recurring dreams with a recurring theme and even theme song, and intro dialogue. And Ernie calls it "pictures in his head" but usually the viewers don't see imaginary things going on, usually he is telling Bert about his imaginings, and Bert is saying stuff like "Ernie, go back to sleep" and all that malarky. Furthermore, this can't be "adventures happen some nights but not others", as the first words of the theme song is ''Every'' night when I lie in bed. And Ernie's imagination does not magically ''cause'' the bed to tap, as that would cause the bed to tap all the ''time'', so what is up with the adventures?
5th Dec '15 4:41:01 PM nombretomado
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[[WMG:Main/SesameStreet]]

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[[WMG:Main/SesameStreet]][[WMG:Series/SesameStreet]]



*** Having rewatched many of the old school episodes and witnessed the behavior of many of today's children, old school ''SesameStreet'' is ''exactly'' what they need, be they three, eight, anything in between. It has the right balance between reality and imagination, and it doesn't talk down to them at all. What really gets to me is that the MoralGuardians who called for that warning in the first place [[FridgeLogic probably grew up with these very episodes that turned them into the depraved misanthropes they don't want today's kids to become...]] OH, WAIT, THAT'S NOT WHAT HAPPENED AT ALL.

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*** Having rewatched many of the old school episodes and witnessed the behavior of many of today's children, old school ''SesameStreet'' ''Series/SesameStreet'' is ''exactly'' what they need, be they three, eight, anything in between. It has the right balance between reality and imagination, and it doesn't talk down to them at all. What really gets to me is that the MoralGuardians who called for that warning in the first place [[FridgeLogic probably grew up with these very episodes that turned them into the depraved misanthropes they don't want today's kids to become...]] OH, WAIT, THAT'S NOT WHAT HAPPENED AT ALL.
25th May '15 9:06:47 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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** According to IMDb, "Take the "R" or "V" train to Steinway Street. Stay on back of train. Walk west on 34th Avenue, three blocks to 36th Street. Turn left on 36th Street. The entrance to Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens is mid-block (between 34th & 35th Avenues)."

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** According to IMDb, Website/IMDb, "Take the "R" or "V" train to Steinway Street. Stay on back of train. Walk west on 34th Avenue, three blocks to 36th Street. Turn left on 36th Street. The entrance to Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens is mid-block (between 34th & 35th Avenues)."
28th Mar '15 8:25:50 PM nombretomado
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* [[FamilyGuy You know what really grinds my gears?]] The fact that the Count never kills anyone, and then sucks their blood for sustenance.

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* [[FamilyGuy [[WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy You know what really grinds my gears?]] The fact that the Count never kills anyone, and then sucks their blood for sustenance.
17th Mar '15 8:48:33 AM nombretomado
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*** More like the text-text that Gonzo swings more towards chickens. Since when has [[CrackPairing being a]] [[FurryFandom semi-anthropomorph]] stopped sexual speculation?

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*** More like the text-text that Gonzo swings more towards chickens. Since when has [[CrackPairing being a]] [[FurryFandom [[UsefulNotes/FurryFandom semi-anthropomorph]] stopped sexual speculation?
15th Sep '14 3:48:08 PM intersection786
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*** In fact, this is the point of pretty much every Bert and Ernie skit, that Bert panicking (or furious, or stunned to the point of fainting) is funny.

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*** In fact, this is the point of pretty much every Bert and Ernie skit, that Bert panicking (or furious, or stunned to the point of fainting) {{Fainting}}) is funny.
7th Sep '14 5:51:15 PM BigBertha
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*** According to a picture that I currently can't find a good link to (it's either mixed with other subjects or too small) about the mental disorders of Sesame Street Muppets, Elmo suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I wish the list had included some of the newer muppets too.

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*** According to a picture that I currently can't find a good link to (it's either mixed with other subjects or too small) [[http://uproxx.files.wordpress.com/2013/11/elmo-cookie-monster.jpg?w=650 this picture]] about the mental disorders of Sesame Street Muppets, Elmo suffers from Narcissistic Personality Disorder. I wish the list had included some of the newer muppets too.
27th Jul '14 11:02:34 AM Zhale
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** He's always in a hurry. Maybe it's the only restaurant near enough to his office for him to get there and back in his lunch break.

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** He's always in a hurry. Maybe it's the only restaurant near enough to his office for him to get there and back in on his lunch break.
11th Jul '14 1:22:23 PM nedben
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** Maybe it hangs off a fixture from one of the nearby buildings?
12th Jun '14 9:33:48 PM MsPandaRosa
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** Like you said, it was the third time, and by now everyone's probably a bit annoyed at all the false alarms. They know Big Bird wouldn't play tricks, but he has been known to jump the gun too many times. Even if his friends believe him about Snuffy, they don't enjoy running over every five seconds "just in case he's there."
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