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The 46th season of Sesame Street has moved from PBS to HBO and features notable format changes, such as shortening episodes to 30 minutes and designing a more upscale urban set, as well as having Oscar the Grouch live in a recycling bin rather than a garbage can. What do you think?

  • “Look, they’ve got to keep up with the times. Not as many people are living inside garbage cans these days.”

    Noah Purcell Cheese Developer
  • “At the very least, I’m proud of the residents of Sesame Street for holding out this long.”

    Claire Finnegan Sprinkle Sizer
  • “Maybe Stephen Hawking can master the alphabet in 30 minutes a day, but not my kid.”

    Karl Ebbers Jingle Producer

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