I have thought about this for awhile. What if PBS aired a five-part Sesame Street documentary, with each part lasting an hour, and then the entire miniseries was released on DVD, uncut, in a three-disc set? Here is what each part could focus on: Part 1: Focusing on the beginning history, including the pitch reel, test shows, This Way to Sesame Street, first season, and changes between the first and second season. Part 2: Focusing on the many new characters from the 1970s, early television specials, cast tours, international versions, and more. Part 3: Focusing on the new characters from the 1980s, the loss of Will Lee, the adoption of Miles, Mr. Snuffleupagus no longer being called "imaginary", Maria and Luis' wedding, Gabbi's birth, Follow That Bird, Sesame Place, and Sesame Street Live. Part 4: Focusing on "Around the Corner", the newer characters, the losses of Jim Henson, Richard Hunt, Joe Raposo, Jon Stone, and Jeff Moss, the popularity of Elmo, Slimey's trip to the moon, and Elmo's World. art 5: Focusing on the new format, the shows various recent curriculums (healthy eating, starting school, reading), the hurricane episodes, and Sesame Beginnings. Wouldn't that be sweet?