Imagine an episode of Sesame Street set in a rundown neighborhood populated by a cast of Muppets who are worried about jobs, money, sexual identity issues. Among the human characters is none other than Gary Coleman, years past his Diff'rent Strokes days, now reduced to life as a building superintendent. Imagine these characters singing such instructional ditties as “The Internet Is for Porn,” “Everyone's a Little Bit Racist,” and “Schaudenfreude.” Can you say Avenue Q? That's the title of ...
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