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123 Sesame Street

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When we designed LEGO Ideas: 123 Sesame Street, there were several characters and accessories that didn't make it into the set we submitted. There just wasn't enough space to fit in 50 years worth of the show into one design. Here are four additionals builds we wish could have been included, but didn't make the cut for one reason or another.

 


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Celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street using LEGO bricks!

DID YOU KNOW… Before appearing on Sesame Street in 2017, Gonger was originally a character on the UK co-production, "The Furcheseter Hotel." On Sesame, Gonger and Cookie Monster run a food truck business and try out new recipes for their hungry customers.

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DID YOU KNOW… Joe Raposo wrote the song "Bein' Green" for the very first season of Sesame Street. In the song, Kermit the Frog expresses his ambivalence about his color and wishes that he were some other color instead. However, he soon realizes that there are some powerful associations with the color -- "green can be big, like a mountain, or important, like a river, or tall like a tree." In the end, he decides that he's happy to be green -- "it's beautiful, and I think it's what I want to be."

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Celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street using LEGO bricks!

DID YOU KNOW… Cookie Monster once disguised himself as the East... err.. Cookie Bunny -- the cute little bunny who goes "hippity hoppity all through town to hide cookies." His specialty was hiding cookies in a place where no one could find them... in his tummy!

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Celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street using LEGO bricks!

DID YOU KNOW… Sesame Street and it's international co-productions are seen in over 150 countries worldwide. The show's characters may vary from country to country and feature original Muppet characters created for a specific region.

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Celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street using LEGO bricks!

 

DID YOU KNOW… In 1994, Sesame Street did a parody of “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” called “Spaceship Surprise: The Next Generation.” Just like Trek, the parody also served as a sequel to the original Spaceship Surprise recurring sketches from the ‘80s.

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Celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street using LEGO bricks!

DID YOU KNOW… In 2002, Elmo testified before Congress. He was referred to in official transcripts as “Mr. Monster,” and testified in the third person before the House Education Appropriations Subcommittee about the value of music programs in public schools.

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DID YOU KNOW… "The Monster at the End of this Book" is the best-selling Sesame Street book of all time. Though it was published back in 1971, the book's 'interactive dialogue' has allowed it to remain ever popular among young readers. It has been adapted into animation and has even gotten sequels. In 2012 it, was ranked number ten among the "Top 100 Picture Books" in a survey published by School Library Journal.
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Celebrate 50 years of Sesame Street using LEGO bricks! 

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Please vote and share LEGO Sesame Street! We're getting really close to 10,000 votes, but we can't get there without YOU!

This set was designed to be a tribute to everything you remember about Sesame Street from your childhood. Whether you grew up on the show in the '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, or the 2000s, this set was built with nostalgia and a lot of love for sunny days on the street! 

 


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DID YOU KNOW… In 2015, Sesame Street did a parody of "Game of Thrones" called "Game of Chairs." Grover appeared in the sketch as Grover Bluejoy, along with Muppet versions of Tyrion Lannister, Cersei Lannister, Daenerys Targaryen, Melisandre the Red Woman, Ned Stark, Robb Stark, and Joffrey Baratheon.

Relive all your favorite moments from the last 50 years of the show. Vote for 123 Sesame Street on LEGO Ideas to bring this dream set a step closer to reality