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These original episodes came out right about when I was born. I grew up watching them. (that and Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood) But unlike Mister Rogers, this can go on, even if someone from the original staff is gone.Now, I’ve got a 21 month old daughter who likes to watch them. Even the short sub-episodes contained in a typical full episode, she doesn’t have enough patience for yet. But she likes to play with other things, listen, and watch this kind of in the background. Maybe when she is older, she will watch them more thoroughly.It is nice seeing black actors featured who speak clearly and are not:a) trying to be like rappersb) angry at white people, orc) abusedI really get a kick out of seeing the older cars, older way of life, butterfly collars, and bellbottoms too.We also watched Blue’s Clues, and it is just SO dumbed-down, compared to Sesame Street. If I let my daughter watch that garbage, she will grow up to be an idiot.
Just like the old days bring back beautiful memories. This is the way sesame street is suppose to be. Children still learn the same way. Some methods don’t always work, I put on the old classics and my one and 2 years olds are held for the entire show. Just to let you know the old ways are sometimes the best way!
Love the originals, clever, witty and charming. My son learned a lot as well and showing to his children now.
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