Sesame Street
Premiere November 9, 1992 (3006)
Finale May 7, 1993 (3135)
Episodes 130

Sesame Street’s revised opening theme, with new visuals.


Big Bird visit different parts of the United States in Big Bird's Video Postcards.


Sesame Street’s updated closing sequence, with animation by Joey Ahlbum.


The Snuffketeers first meeting, with the founder Mr. Snuffleupagus.


For a little over three weeks, Telly is seen wearing a cast. He broke his arm in Episode 3096.


"That's the Letter O," with Queen Latifah.


Maria and a neurotic green Anything Muppet sing "Cerrado/Abierto," the Spanish words for close and open.


Muppet performer Dave Goelz contributes performances for the show this season, creating characters such as Mr. Between, Piño, and the Elephant Elevator Operator.

Sesame Street Season 24 aired from November 9, 1992 to May 7, 1993.


The curriculum for Season 24 is focusing on Latino culture. "There will also be more emphasis on the Spanish language," says Ms. Valeria Lovelace, since her research showed that many children have negative feelings about Spanish. For example, the show will feature songs with abierto and cerrado, the Spanish words for open and close. Preschoolers will learn simple words and phrases that will help them make friends with Spanish speakers. The show will also feature Latino guest stars.[1]

A new segment for this season, "Big Bird's Video Postcards," will have Big Bird visit different parts of the United States and learn about people of different ethnicities and participated in their cultural activities or pastimes. With the focus on Latino culture, Big Bird will "see mask-making in Spanish Harlem, children playing games in Spanish in Union City, N.J., Spanish murals in Los Angeles and children counting in Spanish in El Salvador. Big Bird will conduct a children's mariachi band, learn traditional Cuban songs and eat a birdseed burrito while he visits his friend, Diego, in Arizona."[1]


Episodes 3006 - 3135 (130 episodes)


  • Starting with this season, the opening sequence has changed from the standard footage of kids playing, to an upbeat, colorful sequence with a calypso version of the theme, and more Muppets in it. A similar closing credits sequence also introduced this season would continue to be used until 2007, even long after the calypso opening had been retired. Monsterpiece Theater and The Adventures of Super Grover also received new title sequences.
  • Starting this season, an instrumental riff from this season's closing sequence plays during the funding credits until 1995.


Muppet Characters

The Amazing Mumford, Alice Snuffleupagus, Anything Muppets, Baby Bear, Baby Tooth and the Funky Funk, Barkley, Bert, Biff, The Big Bad Wolf, Big Bird, Buster the Horse, Chicago the Lion, Chip and Dip, Colambo, Cookie Monster, Count von Count, The Countess, Cyranose de Bergerac, Elephant, Elmo, Ernie, Goldilocks, Grand High Triangle Lover, Granny Bird, Grover, Grundgetta, Guy Smiley, Herry Monster, Honkers, Hoots the Owl, Humpty Dumpty, Irvine, Joey and Davey Monkey, Kermit the Frog, Kingston Livingston III, Little Bird, The Martians, Merry Monster, Monty, Natasha, Noel Cowherd, Norman, Oscar the Grouch, Prairie Dawn, Preposterous, Prunella, Rosita, Roxie Marie, Sally Messy Yuckyael, Shelley the Turtle, Sherlock Hemlock, Simon Soundman, Sir John Feelgood, Slimey, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Sonny Friendly, Stella, Sully, Super Nanny, Telly Monster, Wanda Cousteau

Other Characters

Maria, Savion, Gordon, Gina, Luis, Bob, Susan, Linda, Gabi, Miles, Mr. Handford, Lillian, Lisa, Duane

Muppets of Sesame Street

Caroll Spinney, Pam Arciero, Camille Bonora, Fran Brill, Julianne Buescher, Kevin Clash, Fred "Garbo" Garver, Dave Goelz, Louise Gold, Rick Lyon, Jim Martin, Joey Mazzarino, Kathryn Mullen (uncredited), Jerry Nelson, Carmen Osbahr, Frank Oz, Martin P. Robinson, David Rudman, Judy Sladky, Bryant Young


Alison Bartlett O'Reilly, Linda Bove, Lisa Boggs, Emilio Delgado, Donald Faison (uncredited), Savion Glover, Loretta Long, Sonia Manzano, Bob McGrath, Roscoe Orman, Imani Patterson, David L. Smyrl, Lillias White

Guest Stars

Andy Garcia, Mel Gibson, Danny Glover, Midori Gotō, Judy Graubart, Tom Hanks, Queen Latifah, Los Planeros, Tim McCarver, Paula Poundstone, Tito Puente, B. D. Wong[2][3]



  1. 1.0 1.1 The Baltimore Sun: Sesame Street' celebrates Latino culture
  2. The Denver Post: `Sesame Street' adds Spanish accent for 24th season
  3. Joe Hennes email communication with Sesame Workshop

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