I saw the commercial on PBS (watching Hometime which is a pretty good show) today so it is current. Apparently it was made after the hoopla about Romney's crack about Big Bird during the campaign. The punch line is "where would PBS be without Big Bird". The problem is that it starts out with a man dressed as a cartoon character (Big Bird) knocking on a door and a little girl answers the door. The character offers his hand and the little girl walks away with him to adventure land. What does it teach little kids? Cartoon characters are your friends and you can trust them without asking your parents. Killer Clown John Gacy would be proud.