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Sesame Street

People loved the cheeky "Deadpool" star's tweet about his appearance on the children's program.
The "Last Week Tonight" host has a blunt question for the Fox News personality.
Spinney voiced and operated Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch from their inception in 1969.
The character debuted in May, but the show just announced it would explore her backstory and how kids can deal with parental addiction.
The beloved show celebrates 50 years in 2019.
The “Sesame Street” favourite spilled the beans on internet cookies, rent and Kermit in the cute online Q&A.
A clip circulating online has some debating the words that are coming out of the beloved puppet’s mouth.
There's something you should know about me before we start: I've always loved the Muppets and "Sesame Street" ― even well
Mark Saltzman now says he never intended the characters to be definitively seen as a same-sex couple.
Mark Saltzman said the iconic characters reflected much of his own, real-life relationship.