History Series / SesameStreet

26th Sep '16 8:24:14 PM tyrekecorrea
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Please also see the pages for ''Film/BeingElmoAPuppeteersJourney'' and ''Film/IAmBigBird''.
2nd Sep '16 7:21:47 PM disneyphilip
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** ''Series/FamilyFeud'' was parodies in 1981 as ''Family Food'' with Richard Dawson as the host.
** There were 2 ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' parodies, One was ''Squeal of Fortune'' with Pat Playjacks and Velma Blank. The other was ''Dreidel of Fortune'' with host ''Creator/JeremyMiller'' (Not sure who played LaVanna White).

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** ''Series/FamilyFeud'' was parodies parodied in 1981 as ''Family Food'' with Richard Dawson as the host.
** There were 2 ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' parodies, parodies. One was ''Squeal of Fortune'' with Pat Playjacks and Velma Blank. The other was ''Dreidel of Fortune'' with host ''Creator/JeremyMiller'' (Not sure who played LaVanna White).



** And then 2016 came...
1st Sep '16 3:04:20 PM disneyphilip
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** Ernie, Bert, Grover, Cookie Monster and even Kermit the Frog were far more frequently seen on the street with other characters in the first ten seasons, since Jim Henson and Frank Oz were more readily available, though after ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and subsequent movies took up much of their time, Ernie, Bert, Grover, Cookie and Kermit were then relegated to strictly inserts, as Jim and Frank were only able to dedicate one week out of the year for such. (Those characters started to make regular appearances in street scenes again in the 1990s and 2000s, following Jim's death and Frank's increasingly-limited availability.)

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** Ernie, Bert, Grover, Cookie Monster and even Kermit the Frog were far more frequently seen on the street with the other characters in the first ten seasons, since Jim Henson and Frank Oz were more readily available, though after ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' and other subsequent movies projects took up much of their time, Ernie, Bert, Grover, Cookie and Kermit were then relegated to strictly mostly inserts, as Jim and Frank were then only able to dedicate one week out of the year for such. (Those characters started to make regular appearances in street scenes again in the 1990s and 2000s, following Jim's death and Frank's increasingly-limited availability.)
1st Sep '16 2:59:23 PM disneyphilip
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** [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qGdXc2tH3s This Cookie Monster song, "Eating Cookie", is a parody of "Making Whoopie".]]
26th Aug '16 8:45:08 PM dsneybuf
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** Big Bird, Oscar, and Grover all made appearances on ''Series/TheElectricCompany''.

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** Big Bird, Oscar, and Grover all made appearances on ''Series/TheElectricCompany''.''Series/TheElectricCompany1971''.



** This actually applied to all CTW productions which aired around the same time, including ''TheElectricCompany'', ''Series/ThreeTwoOneContact'', ''Series/SquareOneTV'', and ''Series/{{Ghostwriter}}''.

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** This actually applied to all CTW productions which aired around the same time, including ''TheElectricCompany'', ''Series/TheElectricCompany1971'', ''Series/ThreeTwoOneContact'', ''Series/SquareOneTV'', and ''Series/{{Ghostwriter}}''.
25th Aug '16 8:06:48 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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** They did a parody of ''Series/MasterpieceMystery'', called ''Mysterious Theater'' with Vincent Twice'', a spoof of ''Creator/VincentPrice''.
** ''Series/FamilyFeud'' was parodies in 1981 as ''Family Food'' with Richard Dawson as the host.
** There were 2 ''Series/WheelOfFortune'' parodies, One was ''Squeal of Fortune'' with Pat Playjacks and Velma Blank. The other was ''Dreidel of Fortune'' with host ''Creator/JeremyMiller'' (Not sure who played LaVanna White).
** ''Series/MiamiVice'' was spoofed as ''Miami Mice''.
** ''Series/LifeStylesOfTheRichAndFamous'' was spoofed as ''Life Styles of the Big and Little'' with Dicky Tick. Only 2 skits were made.
** ''Series/ThisIsYourLife'' was parodied as ''Here is Your Life'' with Guy Smiley (and later, Sonny Friendly).
** ''Series/AtTheMovies'' was parodied as ''Sneak Peak Previews'' with Telly Monster and Oscar the Grouch. Ebert and Siskel was in one of the sketch where they demonstrate the ''Thumbs Up'' ''Thumbs Down'' ratings.
** ''Series/AskTheManager'' was parodied as ''Ask Oscar'' with host Telly Monster and Oscar the Grouch.
** ''Series/HillStreetBlues'' was parodied as ''Hill Street Twos''.
** ''Series/LoveBoat'' was spoofed with Ernie as the captain who loves that boat.
** ''ABC-TV's Love in the Afternoon'' was parodied as ''WCTW: School in the Afternoon''.
** ''Series/DaysOfOurLives'' was spoofed as ''Sounds Of Our Lives''.
7th Aug '16 6:53:21 PM BuddyBoy600alt
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* SickEpisodes: There were many episodes that had someone who is sick.

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* SickEpisodes: SickEpisode: There were many episodes that had someone who is sick.
24th Jul '16 8:29:19 AM BunnyStar
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24th Jul '16 8:29:12 AM BunnyStar
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* EmoTeen: Abby's classmate Gonnigan. He's shy and pessimistic, wears a striped hoodie, has a floppy hairstyle, and [[PersonalityPowers becomes transparent]] when he's nervous... which is a lot of the time. ("Where's Gonnigan?" "He's [[MeaningfulName gone again]].")

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* EmoTeen: {{Emo}}: Abby's classmate Gonnigan. He's shy and pessimistic, wears a striped hoodie, has a floppy hairstyle, and [[PersonalityPowers becomes transparent]] when he's nervous... which is a lot of the time. ("Where's Gonnigan?" "He's [[MeaningfulName gone again]].")
24th Jul '16 8:14:37 AM BunnyStar
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** Big Bird started out as an adult-aged country bumpkin rather than the innocent ManChild he's become.

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** Big Bird started out as an adult-aged country bumpkin rather than the innocent ManChild six-year-old he's become.
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