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Meet The New Muppet of the Day: Sesame Street is set to add a new member to its roster of friendly, fuzzy characters: Lily, the 7-year-old "food insecure" Muppet.

Lily -- who represents the 17 million children for whom access to food is uncertain -- will be introduced to viewers during an upcoming Sesame Street special about hun

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Sesame Street Spoof of the Day: Sesame Street continues its welcome tradition of spoofing grown-up television with a spot-on send-up of FOX's Glee to promote the upcoming premiere of its 42nd season.

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Monster Mashup of the Day: Sesame Street come and rock the Sure Shot: The Sesame Workshop monsters stand in for the Beastie Boys in Wonderful Creative's wonderfully creative mashup.

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PSA BTS of the Day: First Lady Michelle Obama and Dr. Jill Biden joined Elmo and Rosita to tape a special Sesame Street PSA asking Americans to "be a good neighbor to military families."

The BTS footage above is far less serious, yet eminently more adorable.

[themarysue.]

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This Is Funny, You Should Watch It of the Day: What's that? More Andy Samberg? OBKB: "Sesame Street's Bert continues his interview with comedian and Saturday Night Live cast member, Andy Samberg, this time tackling the important subjects of bottle caps, paper clips and pigeons."

[sesamestreet.]

Earlier:

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This Is Funny, You Should Watch It of the Day: Sesame Street's newest talk show, Conversations With Bert, hosts "actor, comedian, filmmaker, esteemed Leo, haiku lover, pancake visionary, and all-around groovy guy" Andy Samberg.

[sesamestreet / thd.]

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Untoon of the Day: Silicone sculpture of a life-like Bert by Effects Lab member Nacho.

Somehow I doubt Sesame Street would be the beloved children's show it is today if its characters looked like this.

[sirmitchell.]

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