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Sesame Street is a real-life American educational children's television series that combines live action, sketch comedy, animation, and puppetry. The program, which debuted in 1969, is known for its educational images and communicating through the use of Jim Henson's Muppets. It was mentioned in Diary of a Wimpy Kid, The Last Straw, and the online book.

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Diary of a Wimpy Kid[]

Manny Heffley can be seen watching the "C is for Cookie" sketch while eating his breakfast.[1]

The Last Straw[]

Greg tries to get Rowley Jefferson's friends to crash out at Holly Hill's sleepover. However, the kids were more interested in Seasame Street than girls.[2]

Online[]

Greg mentions Manny has been watching the show for the "millionth time" today. In the show, one of the puppets (possibly the character, Rosita) says the Spanish word for water, "agua", which Manny repeats. The show also prompts Greg to start up his own Haunted House as he wants his own television set.[3]

Greg replaces Rodrick's CD with a Seasame CD so Rodrick wouldn't suspect Greg being the culprit. [4]

Trivia[]

  • Because of the "C is for Cookie" sketch, we can safely assume that Manny is watching the episode #0677, or one of the numerous compilation VHSs or DVDs.
    • In the book, the song's lyrics are "C is for Cookie and Cookie is for Me" while in the original song the lyrics are "C is for Cookie that's good enough for me."
  • In the online book, Manny also watches the "Spanish Word of the Day" sketch "Agua".

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