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Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex*But Were Afraid to Ask was a best-selling sex manual written by Dr. David Reuben and published in 1969. The book was widely influential and loosely inspired the Woody Allen comedy of the same name (which took a less clinical approach). The title also spawned many jokes along the "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About [Blank]" lines.
- In A Special Sesame Street Christmas, Michael Jackson provides Oscar with a book to help fend off Christmas Eve ghosts he's been seeing, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Ghosts But Were Afraid to Ask.
- In the October 1985 issue of Sesame Street Magazine, an illustration for the poem "The Count's Library," the Count is reading Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Bats but Were Afraid to Ask.
- Kingston Livingston III writes a story in episode 3424 of Sesame Street entitled "Everything You Always Wanted to Know About X."