A snowman built by elementary school children comes to life after they place a magicians top hat on his head. Frosty befriends Karen, one of the little girls, and she tries to make certain that Frosty lives on.
A little boy is abandoned by his parents and raised by some older unmarried cousins, where he develops a close bond with one of the ladies. When he is urged to move on with his life by one of them, he never forgets the memories of his favorite friend.
This collection features favorite Sesame Street memories, including puppets Don Music and Roosevelt Franklin, Guy Smiley and Fat Blue and songs "Telephone rock," "What's the name of that song?" and more.
Elmo, Abby Cadabby and their new friend Stiller the Elf are going to count down to Christmas with the Christmas Counter-Downer. But all the counting boxes have gone missing and Christmas may never come again. With the help of some very special guests, Elmo and friends will learn to believe in Christmas miracles.
The letter "Y" quest: the Knights of Sesame Street go on a quest to find things that start with the letter "Y". The shoe fairy: Abby and Telly find that there are shoes for everyone. The cookie touch: Cookie Monster discovers the perils of having the "cookie touch."
Kirby Dick's provocative film investigates the secretive and inconsistent process by which the Motion Picture Association of America rates films. Kirby looks at some of the controversial rating decisions of the past four decades, hires a private eye to find out who these anonymous raters are and puts his own film through the rating process.
Pretending is so much fun with Elmo, Zoe and their friends. Dance with Grover, bake make-believe cookies with Prairie Dawn and Cookie Monster, and help Bert scare away monsters in Ernie's bedroom. Sesame pals empower preschoolers to use their imaginations for interactive play as they learn social-emotional concepts such as friendship and coping with a fear of the dark.
A look into the world of New York Times crossword puzzle aficionados, who number in the millions. Focuses on New York Times puzzle editor Will Shortz and participants in the 28th Annual American Crossword Puzzle Tournament in Stamford, Connecticut.
We find Xavier back after "L'Auberge Espagnole" and he is 30-years-old now. Xavier's life is one disappointment after another. A chance meeting could be the answer for both his career and love life, but will it end up in heartbreak?