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Desc:I thought of this in a fever dream, and there it was!
Category:Educational, Classic TV Clips
Tags:big bird, alphabet, henson, seaseme street, big bird used to be skinny
Submitted:Killer Joe
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Comment count is 14
If my kid picks this habit up I'm selling him for a dollar on the nearest corner.
How are we supposed to believe that Big Bird knows how to read at any sort of level if he doesn't know what the alphabet is? This show makes no sense!
Early on, the show had a lot of problems with continuity, like this one. It really started getting better when they got rid of that Mr. Hooper guy.

I have sung this in my head for the last 20 years.
Me too.

Cinnamon Imperialist
totally. the cassette of this was one of my greatest childhood garage sale finds.

I sang the hell out of this song as a kid.

Menudo con queso
Big Bird isn't exactly skinny, just completely lacking a cranial cavity. Wotta bird brain.
Ah, for the days that Sesame Street characters had defining characteristics.

+5 for Susan making it all the way to U without taking a breath.
Oh my god, this song has haunted me all my life.
Aubrey McFate
Abca-what?! Canary please!
They re-recorded this later, when BB didn't sound like he had Mortimer Snerd disease.
My band does a cover of this song. Love it.
This clip is on the 'Sesame Street Old School volume one' dvd along with the "A-B-C-D-E-F-Cookie Monster" clip.

Damn being a kid fucking ruled back in the day.
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