For April Fools Day, I posted this "announcement" for the announced Sesame Street Movie. http://www.muppetcentral.com/forum/threads/april-fools-sesame-street-film-still-happening.59282/ I said that I planned to write a fan fic based on what was in that "announcement", so let's get started. Pre-title Sequence Murray was out on a city street.... "Hi, I'm Murray from Sesame Street, and I'm looking for The Word on the Street! What's the word on the street?" "Movie", said a kid. "What's a movie?", asked Murray. "A movie is a narrative you watch that lasts 90 minutes to two hours, give or take", said one adult. "How do you watch movies?", asked Murray. "With your eyes", said a kid. "You can watch a movie on TV or on your computer", said a teenager, "or you can watch a movie in a theater." "Oh, like that one?", asked Murray, pointing to the audience. "That's right", said the teen. (cut to Murray with a large pop corn and cup) "I'm going to the movies, so be quiet and keep listening for the word "movie", even though it probably won't be said in this movie." Then the scene changes to a meeting between the mayor and a cookie executive, Charlie Worthington. "Mr. Mayor, my company, Worthington Cookies, is becoming the leading cookie company in the United States. It's the perfect cookie for everybody, except diabetics and those allergic to cookies." "I like cookies, Mr. Worthington", said the mayor. Mr. Worthington turned to his assistant. "Melissa, show him the bar graphs". Melissa held up some bar graphs. "These bars show our biggest demographics, including children, adults, teachers, mayors, and furry blue monsters", said Mr. Worthington. The "furry blue monsters" bar graph was the highest. "...we have plants in California, Texas, and Michigan, but now we want a plant here", said Mr. Worhtington. "Well", said the mayor, "we have plenty of plants here in New York City, but since I like cookies, why not allow one more plant?" The mayor put a stamp of approval on Charlie Worthignton's license to build a cookie factory. "Worthington Cookies is already becoming the third most profitable cookie company, but with it here, Worthington Cookies will be put on the map." Mr. Worthington and Melissa were about to leave, but then Worthington stopped and turned around. "By the way, Mr. Mayor, what location should I have torn down to make this factory? I don't want to destroy anything valuable, benefitial to society, or educational to children everywhere." "Well, let's see", said the mayor, looking in his black book, "well, there's one town that I don't think has enough educational value. It's called..." The mayor inspected closer... "See same... Se Samy... See... something street." Mr. Worthington looked at it. "I think it says Sesame Street." "Well, okay, Sesame Street. You can tear down that street." "Oh, thanks", said Mr. Worhtington. "Come on, Charlie", said Melissa, "time is money." "Right", said Mr. Worthington, "Oh, by the way, Mr. Mayor, can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?" And then the title sequence begins.