Water, Water, Water, Water. Can you guess what this song is about? If you guessed H20, then you’re right! And apparently a chemistry whiz kid. Anyway, this song is about everyone’s favorite element: water. Favorite because without it we wouldn’t get to go swimming or sail boats or take baths or brush our teeth.
That time in 1974 when Johnny Cash sings a very special song for Oscar the Grouch, who in turn refers to him as “Johnny Trash.”
Pentatonix has hit the big time as they were invited to perform on Sesame Street. They are all big fans, but can’t agree on which classic Sesame Street song is the best: “C is for Cookie” or “Rubber Ducky,” so they sang them both together.
Nobody has ever counted to five as beautifully and harmoniously as Pentatonix has.
One Direction dropped by Sesame Street to teach infants the importance of the alphabet. To assist in this mission they transformed “What Makes You Beautiful” into “What Makes U Useful.”
The Big Bad Wolf is on the lamb. Special Sheep Agent, Nicholas Ba-a-a-a-rody is the agency’s only hope for bringing the Big Bad Wolf to justice. But is he a wolf in sheep’s clothing? Or just a sheep in wolf’s clothing in sheep’s clothing?
Seriously, when did Sesame Street get so great at parodies? Not only are they still teaching a younger generation all the rules of life, but how many adults are checking out the scripts? Very few TV shows – maybe Saturday Night Live – are rarely reaching deeper into the human heart and teaching than this company.
In the run-up to World AIDS Day, 1 December, former US president Bill Clinton joined Kami the Muppet to deliver a message about HIV and AIDS.
The public service announcement featuring Mr. Clinton and Kami — an HIV-positive character from ‘Takalani Sesame’, the South African co-production of ‘Sesame Street’ — is part of an AIDS awareness campaign to encourage communication on the subject.
Everyone’s old pal Grover from Sesame Street stopped by the studio to conduct five fun science experiments you can do at home with everyday materials.