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==References==
 
==References==
*In [[Episode 3139|a season 25 episode]] of ''Sesame Street'', [[Big Bird]] helps a group of basketball-playing chickens find [[the Furry Arms]]. The scene is punctuated with a music sting based on "Sweet Georgia Brown," the theme song for the team.
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*In [[Episode 3139]] of ''Sesame Street'', [[Big Bird]] helps a group of basketball-playing chickens find [[the Furry Arms]]. The scene is punctuated with a music button based on "Sweet Georgia Brown," the theme song for the team.
   
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Latest revision as of 02:47, October 17, 2018

The Harlem Globetrotters Elmo

Season 42 appearance.

The Harlem Globetrotters appeared on Sesame Street in multiple inserts. In one segment, they provide a bridging segment (EKA: Episode 0536). In another appearance, they demonstrate parts of the body as they pass a basketball. (EKA: Episode 1149)

In Season 42, the Globetrotters appeared in a segment about the number 3 with Elmo. (First: Episode 4266) (YouTube) The featured Globetrotters were Kevin "Special K" Daley (#21), Anthony "Ant" Atkinson Jr. (#12), and "Blenda" Rodriguez (#10).

ReferencesEdit

  • In Episode 3139 of Sesame Street, Big Bird helps a group of basketball-playing chickens find the Furry Arms. The scene is punctuated with a music button based on "Sweet Georgia Brown," the theme song for the team.

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