PERFORMER Loretta Long voice
DEBUT 1973

Suzetta Something is one of Roosevelt Franklin's classmates/pupils on Sesame Street.

In one "Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School" sketch, Roosevelt finds that Suzetta is upset, because Hard Head Henry Harris called her a canteloupe head. Roosevelt tells her that when you're upset with someone, you should tell them how you feel. He negotiates a peace settlement. (EKA: Episode 0815) Suzetta also participated in the rhyming/poetry lessons, initially reluctant to rhyme again until the tale of "Morty Moot Mope" unfolds (EKA: Episode 0534) and presenting her own poem about how she kept trying until she learned to play checkers.

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    • The original version can be found here: and it is very obvious that the voice saying "ten wind-up rabbits&qu...
    • The voice is clearly Loretta, but the original record lists "Smart Tina" in the credits. Probably a mix-up on the album-maker's part.