We have a thread like this for the predacesor book Sesame Street Unpaved, now we need one for the current Sesame Street: A Celebration - 40 Years of Life on the Street. Here's just a short list of errors I've found thus far (and no, I still haven't completed the book myself)... Page 165 cites that the hurricane episodes from Season 32 were episodes 3177-3180, as well as noting Big Bird saying he doesn't know how to build a nest in 3179; the episodes in question were really numbers 3977-3980. Although not mentioned, the episode where the hurricane blows through was 3976. Ironically, Gordon's quote "You're right Big Bird, it's not all right... but it WILL be all right" is correctly cited as coming from 3977. On page 207, it's said that the Fix-it-Shop became the Mail-it-Shop in 2002, but switched back to the Fix-it-Shop in 2004; the Fix-it-Shop didn't return until 2006 when Abby debuted, and broke her wand. Page 209 shows a small photo of the tenement building with the Mail-it-Shop, Bob's apartment and Hooper's Store, with Elmo's apartment. The caption says this photo represents the set from the 90s, but because the Mail-it-Shop is there, and the fact that Hooper's exterior is orange, it has to be from 2002-2005. Leslie Carrara-Rudolph's bio states that Abby was created for Season 38, even though Abby's debut was the Season 37 premiere. On an un-related note, anyone besides me think that's a cute picture of Leslie at the top of the page? Lol Page 119 has a caption for Sheryl Crow's "I Soaks Up the Sun" as being a part of an SW fundraiser in 2009, even though the bit was from much earlier in 2003. Page 105 says that the last time Oscar's legs were seen on camera, a child actor was inside the suit... I don't know if this is with merit, because having read Caroll Spinney's bio from years earlier, he says that Oscar's legs were almost always provided by Herve Villechaize (Tattoo on Fantasy Island). Chris's debut episode is listed as number 4156 on page 62, yet page 64 shows the title page for Joey's script for the episode, and it's clearly numbered 4136 (and notes the episode was originally slated to be 4160). This one isn't so much an error as it is a correction - remember the debate we had a few months ago as to what Bob's last name on the show was? Some said it was Johnson, while SSU cited it as he shared his real-life last name with his character... page 69 in this book confirms that fictional Bob's last name is, indeed, Johnson. Those are all the errors I remember reading about at the moment... I think there might be some slight inaccuracies with the dates for the set's moving timelines, but oh well.