This year, Sesame Street is celebrating its 40th anniversary on the air. It may come as a surprise that this classic children’s show has its share of Adultitis. In this episode, we analyze six popular characters from the show to determine which ones are Adultitis-free and which ones need to seek treatment.
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Stacey / Create a Balance for Moms says
Adultitis on Sesame Street? My guess, before watching your video, would be Burt for #1 for having Adultitis. He is always so serious. You are just talking about that right now – “short fused” – Ouch. But he does always forgive Ernie.
Adultitis on Sesame Street?!? Say it ain’t so! Could grouchy Oscar be infected???