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Ohio, as seen on a map in Follow That Bird.

Baby Fozzie visits the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Scooter meeting the Swedish Chef and Lew Zealand in Cleveland, Ohio, in The Muppets Take Manhattan.

Maria, Luis and Gabi make plans to see a new movie in Episode 3615

Snuffy goes to visit his Granny: Cincinnati or Bust

Ohio is the 17th state of the United States of America.

  • Throughout Elmo's Sing-Along Guessing Game, Mr. Johnson mistakes the game show for the bus stop to Cincinnati, OH, where he plans on visiting his mother. However, in a later sketch, Grover delivers a singing telegram to Mr. Johnson, from his mommy in Cincinnati; Mr. Johnson replies that his mommy lives in Chicago, Illinois.
  • In Sesame Street segment "The Cursed Prince", Grover is determined that the story went wrong, that the prince and princess were supposed to get married and open a hardware store in Cleveland.
  • CAMPO, or the Committee to Award Miss Piggy the Oscar, was founded by Bruce Collin and Jim Hall in Cincinnati.
  • In a Sesame Street Twitter post, Grover names "Great Grovers in History". He mentions Grover Cleveland, who he believes to be the King of Ohio.
  • In the Sesame Street special Big Bird in Japan, one of the running gags is that Big Bird is often greeted with "Ohayo," japanese for "good morning," but he mistakes it as residents telling him they are from Ohio. When he finally learns what "Ohayo" means, he sighs a sigh of relief, remarking "Thank goodness! I was beginning to think there was nobody left in Cleveland."
  • In Sesame Street Episode 3615 Maria, Luis, and Gabi plan to see the film "Moving to Cleveland", about a family that moves to Cleveland, however Elmo mishears this and believes that they are in fact moving to Cleveland. Having no idea what Cleveland is, he asks Gordon who informs him it's a city in Ohio, he then mentions that it was a President, and a football team.
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