Yesterday I paused on an episode of Sesame Street for a few minutes. Telly Rosita & Elmo were pretending to be Shape-Bots(wearing little outfits where they could make themselves into different shapes).So Chris remarked that when he was a kid, he would put his arms over his head to be a circle. Telly's response? :"Oh Chris....that's LAME!" Excuse me, writers of SS but you're writing for LITTLE KIDS! The ONLY definition of "lame" that they should know is when a person or animal has a bad leg! Telly should have said that it was "silly" if he didn't like Chris's idea. I can picture a little kid using the word "lame" with their parents or another adult the way Telly did & the parent or adult saying "Where did you hear that from?!" and the kid saying that Telly on Sesame Street said it so why couldn't he(or she?) I'm kind of glad my 4 year old niece stopped watching SS when she did. (Play With Me Sesame was on the Sprout Channel while she was here & she showed hardly any interest) What are your opinions?