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Sesame Street
Season premiere April 4, 2005 (4083)
Season finale December 30, 2005 (4108)
No. of episodes 26
Big Bird becomes little and meets Mike the Ladybug.
Joe Torre was in the first Happy and Healthy Moments with Elmo and Rosita.
Current members of the Little Theater of the Deaf and Zoe introduce the Sign Language Moment of the Day.
Elmo and Alicia Keys sing "I Keep on Dancing Again."

Sesame Street Season 36 premiered on April 4, 2005.

Contents

Season Overview

This season, in response to studies in child obesity in America, the key focus is healthy habits. Each episode began with a cold opening featuring a cast member (Muppet or human) mentioning a different healthy habit each time, whether it's exercise, food or sleep.

The season was met with wide reports that Cookie Monster would suddenly be executing a complete about-face: espousing healthy eating and moderation, trading in his trademark "C is for Cookie" in favor of a new song, "A Cookie is a Sometime Food," and (depending on the source) even going on a diet. For more on this issue see Is Cookie Monster now the Veggie Monster?.

New Elmo's World segments included the subjects of Cats, Cameras, Jumping, Skin, and School. New installments of "Global Grover" included visits to Bangladesh, England, France, Netherlands, and Tibet.

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Parodies

Parody sketches and segments include "A Cookie is a Sometimes Food" (a parody of A Woman is a Sometime Thing), "Stretch, Wiggle, Yay!" (a parody of YMCA), "Dancin'" (a parody of Fallin by Alicia Keys), "Desperate Houseplants" (a parody of Desperate Housewives) "Grouch Eye for the Nice Guy" (a parody of "Queer Eye for the Straight Guy"), Joe Hundred Guy (a parody of Joe Millionaire), "24" (a parody of 24) and a Grouch take on The Apprentice.

Episodes

Episodes 4083 - 4108 (26 episodes)

Notes

  • Some episodes from this season are available on iTunes.

Cast

Muppet Characters

Anything Muppets, The Amazing Mumford, Baby Bear, Barkley, Bert, Big Bad Wolf, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Big Bird, Cinderella, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, The Countess, Curly, Donald Grump, The Elephant, Elmo, Ernie, FilFil, Gladys the Cow, Goldilocks, Granny Bird, Grover, Grundgetta, Hoots the Owl, Karina the Ballerina, Mama Bear, Mike the Ladybug, Little Miss Muffet, Mommy Snuffleupagus, Mr. Healthy Food, Old MacDonald, Omagrossa, Oscar the Grouch, Papa Bear, Prairie Dawn, Little Red Riding Hood, Rosita, Rosita's Abuela, Slimey, Super Chicken, Super Grover, Swampy, Telly Monster, The Three Little Pigs, Two-Headed Monster, Zoe

Other Characters

Maria, Alan, Gordon, Gina, Luis, Bob, Susan, Gabi, Miles, Mr. Noodle, and Dorothy

Muppets of Sesame Street

Caroll Spinney, Pam Arciero, Jennifer Barnhart, Fran Brill, Tyler Bunch (mistakenly uncredited), Kevin Clash, Bruce Connelly, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Alice Dinnean-Vernon, Eric Jacobson, Peter Linz, Noel MacNeal, Jim Martin, Joey Mazzarino, Jerry Nelson, Carmen Osbahr, Frank Oz, Martin P. Robinson, David Rudman, John Tartaglia, Matt Vogel, Steve Whitmire, and Bryant Young

Actors

Alison Bartlett O'Reilly, Desiree Casado, Emilio Delgado, Olamide Faison, Bill Irwin, Michael Jeter, Loretta Long, Sonia Manzano, Bob McGrath, Alan Muraoka, Roscoe Orman

Guest Stars

Buzz Aldrin, India.Arie, Andrea Bocelli, Ken Jennings, Wyclef Jean, Shirley Jones, Alicia Keys, Richard Kind, Allison Krauss, Lang Lang, Little Theater of the Deaf (Ian Sanborn, Colleen Foy, Greg Anderson, Shanny Mow), Joe Torre

Crew

External links

  • Season 36 Press Kit
  • Season 36 Episode Guide
  • Toughpigs.com Soapbox


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