You know what I've noticed? Sesame Street is supposed to be a street in New York City, right? Well, there's ALWAYS bumper-to-bumper traffic in New York City, right? So, how come there's never any traffic on Sesame Street? The only car you see on a regular basis is Oscar's Sloppy Jalopy, but it's always parked in the alley next to Big Bird's nest. You might occasionally see some sort of vehicle out on the street like maybe a city bus, or a Muppet's car, but other than that, there's hardly ANY traffic on the street. Isn't that interesting?