Despite our best efforts, this classic episode of Sesame Street reminds us of something.
Long before Elmo met Rocco, Sesame Street introduced us to the Rockheads, our favorite classic rock group.
In a 1981 episode, Oscar ran a trashy campaign for mayor of NYC.
In this rare episode, Big Bird tries being president of the USA. His term doesn’t last very long.
In this classic episode, Cookie Monster runs for president. He’s completely unqualified and pursues the office for purely selfish reasons. Does that sound familiar?
Oscar is cursed with a proboscis, and it has us pondering morality.
In a 1993 episode, the friendly residents of Sesame Street dealt with the evils of racism.
In honor of Star Wars Day, we’re remembering the time when Sesame Street was visited by two droids from a galaxy far, far away.
Sesame Street’s newest resident is a red monster who has trouble with pronouns. Yep, it’s Deena!
Big Bird and a terrifying-looking Snuffy get vaccines in a strangely topical episode of Sesame Street!
Who is Bert’s ideal romantic partner? This episode has the answer!
The Sesame Street seniors take center stage as David’s grandma considers dating Mr. Hooper, Willy, and Mr. Macintosh.
Big Bird’s grandmother makes her debut in the first season of Sesame Street! Plus rare sightings of Big Bird’s parents and brother???
Hollywood comes to Hooper’s Store as Jerry Nelson and Richard Hunt make a couple of memorable cameos on Sesame Street!
Frank Oz makes a rare appearance in a deeply unsettling episode of Sesame Street.
And a 98-year-old rabbit?! Big Bird makes some surprising new friends in this 1987 episode.
Introducing a new classic Sesame Street review series, starting with the rarest episode of all: The Wicked Witch on Sesame Street!
Covering the second half of the lost Sesame Street special, Out to Lunch!
Read all about the long-lost Sesame Street/Electric Company variety show special “Out to Lunch”!