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*''[[Baby Natasha in "Say Cheese!"]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Baby Natasha in "Say Cheese!"]]'' (1994)
 
*''[[Elmo's Lift-and-Peek Around the Corner Book]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Elmo's Lift-and-Peek Around the Corner Book]]'' (1996)
*''[[Rise and Shine!]]'' (1996)
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*''[[Rise and Shine!]]'' (1996; reworked as ''Up, Up, Up!'' in 2011)
 
*''[[Which Witch is Which?]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[Which Witch is Which?]]'' (1996)
 
*''[[The Sesame Street Word Book]]'' (1998)
 
*''[[The Sesame Street Word Book]]'' (1998)

Latest revision as of 21:23, July 13, 2012

Performer:
Julianne Buescher • (1993-1996)
Alice Dinnean-Vernon • (1996-1998)
Sherry Netherland
Design Team:
Mark Zeszotek • (designer/builder)

Sherry Netherland is the owner of the Furry Arms hotel on Sesame Street. No matter what, she always wants to make her guests happy, even if they want raw fish delivered to their room or fifteen elephants rampaging through the lobby. According to the Sesame Street Unpaved book, she rules with "an iron fist, a heart of gold, and a brain of oatmeal".

Sherry first appeared on Sesame Street in Season 25, when the show went Around the Corner. She continued to appear through Season 29.

Her name is a reference to the Sherry-Netherland Hotel in New York City.

While Sherry has disappeared from the show, she popped up in a couple of 2001 storybooks in the "Elmo's Neighborhood" series, including The Furry Arms Hotel and Sesame Street House of Beauty.

Illustrations from the beauty parlor book were reused in the 2007 Sesame Street Musical Pop-Up Treasury, which still pictures Sherry, nine years after her last appearance in the show, sitting hopefully in her chair at the beauty parlor.

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