You gotta be kidding me...

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    Why don't they just kill him off the show entirely, in a freak garbage can explosion. They could frame Elmo, they might as well get rid of that idiot too! :mad:
     
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    This is where the whole parent thing would come into play! Maybe the parent's should be teaching their children these things, instead of relying on the TV to do so!
     
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    Running out of new scripts? On the air, too long?
     
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    No, Seasame Street is the greatest show ever! Its not the Cookie Monster's fault, its the lazy parents who put more time into trying to control what's on TV than what their kids are doing watching TV.
     
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    Nah, they jumped the shark when they revealed Snuffalupagus to everybody on the show...

    :D
     
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    they ran out of air with the butter, milk, and bread bit.
     
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    I haven't watched the show in years. I was honestly never a huge fan to begin with. Nickelodeon first started right before I was born, and for their first few years, they showed this show called "Pinwheel" which was basically a British knockoff of Sesame Street, but I really liked it a lot. That was my Sesame Street.

    Mini-poll: What were some of your favorite shows as a kid?

    Mine:
    Pinwheel
    Today's Special
    The Little Koala
    You Can't Do that on Television
    Count Duckula
    Bananaman
    Dukes of Hazzard
    Road Runner/Wile E. Coyote cartoons

    I'm a bigger fan of Daffy Duck than Road Runner, now, though.

    There's more I'm forgetting, but those are the ones that stick out.
     
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    As a little kid (<5), I watched Sesame Street, The Electirc Company, and Mister Rogers.

    In elementary school, it was Bugs Bunny (especially Wiley Coyote and RR), He-Man, and Transformers.
     
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    Super Friends, Smurfs, Sesame Street and E. Co. (which I had to watch bc my little sister liked it. I think she just liked the yelling at the beginning of the show!) Then Dukes of Hazzard, Love Boat & Fantasy Island when I got older.
     

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