History Series / SesameStreet

19th Sep '17 1:01:41 PM WileK209
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* CreepyGood: In the first season, the Beautiful Day Monster was like this. He had a rather scary appearance, but was generally curious and well-meaning, even though he often ended up (unintentionally) scaring other Muppets away. Several other minor/one-off first season Muppet monsters were like this too.
19th Sep '17 6:02:56 AM tyrekecorrea
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* InternalHomage: One episode involves Celina and the kids who attend her dance studio putting on a live-action production of the Sesame Street short film "The Alligator King."
18th Sep '17 8:24:13 PM MegaJ
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* {{Spinoff}}: PBSKidsSprout's ''Play with Me Sesame'' repackages Muppet segments from this show with new material featuring Grover, Prairie Dawn, Bert, and Ernie.

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* {{Spinoff}}: PBSKidsSprout's Creator/{{Sprout}}'s ''Play with Me Sesame'' repackages Muppet segments from this show with new material featuring Grover, Prairie Dawn, Bert, and Ernie.
14th Sep '17 6:59:51 PM Unicorndance
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* PottyEmergency: Grover and Curly Bear get potty emergencies in "Elmo's Potty Time"

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* PolkaDotDisease: One episode focuses on Big Bird getting the "Birdy Pox", which is a disease most birds of his species and age get and is characterised by being covered in itchy green dots.
* PottyEmergency: Grover and Curly Bear get potty emergencies in "Elmo's Potty Time"Time".
13th Sep '17 10:15:31 AM oknazevad
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Starting in 2016, [[http://www.vox.com/2015/8/13/9149091/sesame-street-hbo-pbs due to PBS having trouble paying the show's licensing fee]], [[ChannelHop the show will air first]] on Creator/{{HBO}}, whose deep pockets even allow increasing the episode count to 35 per season, before airing on PBS a few months later. Additionally, as of September 2015, the show no longer airs on the former PBS Kids Sprout (now merely Creator/{{Sprout}}) due to their contract with PBS Kids expiring at that time.

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Starting Since in 2016, [[http://www.vox.com/2015/8/13/9149091/sesame-street-hbo-pbs due to PBS having trouble paying the show's licensing fee]], [[ChannelHop the show will air first]] on Creator/{{HBO}}, whose deep pockets even allow increasing the episode count to 35 per season, before airing on PBS a few months later. Additionally, as of September 2015, the show no longer airs on the former PBS Kids Sprout (now merely Creator/{{Sprout}}) due to their contract with PBS Kids expiring at that time.
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* Julia, a little girl with orange hair and a ragged toy rabbit, who has autism. Her character (portrayed by Stacey Gordon, the mother of an autistic son) was introduced in storybooks and on the show's digital platforms in 2016, before a series of live TV episodic depictions were commissioned, the first to air in the spring of 2017. The idea of the Julia character, which gained much mainstream publicity, was to teach young children why sometimes a classmate or someone they might want to be friends with might seem aloof or withdrawn, preoccupied or otherwise exhibit other unusual behaviors, and that their rejection -- such as when Big Bird questions why Julia ignored him and didn't seem to like him after being introduced -- should not be taken personally.

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* Julia, a little girl with orange hair and a ragged toy rabbit, who has autism. Her The character (portrayed by Stacey Gordon, the mother of an autistic son) was introduced in storybooks and on the show's digital platforms in 2016, before a series of appearing in live TV episodic depictions were commissioned, action on the first to air show in the spring of 2017. The idea of the Julia character, which gained much mainstream publicity, was character is to teach young children why sometimes a classmate or someone they might want to be friends with might seem aloof or withdrawn, preoccupied or otherwise exhibit other unusual behaviors, and that their rejection -- such as when Big Bird questions why Julia ignored him and didn't seem to like him after being introduced -- should not be taken personally.
personally. Her introduction gained much mainstream publicity, especially as Stacey Gordon, her puppeteer, has a son with autism. Additionally, her debut episode was considered so important that HBO waived their exclusivity window for it and allowed PBS to simulcast it.
2nd Sep '17 11:44:04 AM rjd1922
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* TakeThat
** Occasionally in the course of parodying adult media, notably ''Series/HighSchoolMusical''.

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* TakeThat
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** Occasionally in the course of parodying adult media, notably ''Series/HighSchoolMusical''.''[[Series/HighSchoolMusical Pre-School Musical]]'' and ''[[Theatre/SpiderManTurnOffTheDark Spider-Monster: The Musical]]''.
18th Aug '17 1:06:33 PM VicGeorge2011
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* PieInTheFace: The ending of "Surprise", where [[FlyAtTheCameraEnding even the viewer gets pied.]]
18th Aug '17 10:03:24 AM VicGeorge2011
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* FlyAtTheCameraEnding: The musical skit "Surprise" has a PieInTheFace ending with the pie flying straight into the face of the viewer.
14th Aug '17 9:12:33 AM BuddyBoy600alt
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* ''PlayWithMeSesame'' (2002-2007)

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* ''PlayWithMeSesame'' ''Series/PlayWithMeSesame'' (2002-2007)
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