Has anyone seen the Mexican version of Sesame Street? I have. It used to be on PBS. My local carrier, PBS 44 had a special Spanish block from 10:30-12:00 featuring Plaza Sesamo as well as redubbed Dragontales and Clifford the Big Red Dog (I got a kick out of Cliff's Spanish theme song, "Viva Clifford, El Perro Gigante!"). They don't anymore, but for about a year, every morning before I left for an afternoon college class, I'd watch the show. There were different characters (that's to be expected) Including Abelardo Montoya (forgive the spelling) The green large parakeet version of Big Bird, Lola, a little girl monster, and Pancho, a blue male monster (kind of like, but not the same as, Herry) who loves onions. There were more characters, including a muppet monster who can only say things like Blooby, a pilot obsessed with his plane (a pretty annoying character) and even an Italian chef (you haven't lived till you heard broken Italian in Spanish!) There is also, according to The Sesame World site (look for BlueFrackle, it's his site, he's got the link) a grouch, not unlike our own. Unfortunately, he was no were to be found. Like our Sherlock Hemlock, or our Don Music, he must've been dropped or eased out of the show. If you have any other info, feel free to post it!