Judge David Johnson actually thinks P is for "pork roast."
Our reviews of Sesame Street: 20 Years And Still Counting (published September 4th, 2010), Sesame Street: Abby In Wonderland (published March 3rd, 2010), Sesame Street: Being Green (published April 6th, 2009), Sesame Street: Bert And Ernie's Great Adventures (published May 8th, 2010), Sesame Street: Bert And Ernie's Word Play (published April 9th, 2010), Sesame Street: Bye-Bye, Pacifier! (published January 1st, 2012), Sesame Street: C Is For Cookie Monster (published November 3rd, 2010), Sesame Street: Dinosaurs! (published May 26th, 2008), Sesame Street: Elmo And Abby's Birthday Fun (published June 10th, 2009), Sesame Street: Elmo's Shape Adventure (published October 16th, 2011), Sesame Street: Elmo's Travel Songs And Games (published May 8th, 2011), Sesame Street: Firefly Fun And Buggy Buddies (published June 1st, 2010), Sesame Street: Learning Letters With Elmo (published September 4th, 2011), Sesame Street: Love The Earth! (published June 4th, 2008), Sesame Street: Preschool Is Cool! ABCs with Elmo (published July 6th, 2010), Sesame Street Spoofs! Volumes 1 and 2 (published July 10th, 2011), Sesame Street: The Best Of Elmo 2 (published May 19th, 2010), and Sesame Street: Wild Words And Outdoor Adventures (published April 17th, 2011) are also available.
Paul Rudd is on this. Best endorsement I can offer.
The good folks at the Street return with another mini-anthology. Hosted by Abby Cadabby, a "fairy in training," P is for Princess collects some of the daintier, pink-hued bits of the Sesame Street universe and ties them together with a real pretty bow.
Abby kicks thing off with an exclamation point as she, another weird-looking alien princess creature, and a penguin hang out with Paul Rudd. He's pretending to be a confused prince and gives it his all. In fact, he gets so into his role, he kisses the feet of the penguin princess while she's stuck in a garbage can. What dedication to the craft.
As the DVD advances we get some stuff with Abby, Elmo, Gordon, and a rendition of "The Princess and the Elephant" with Natalie Portman. And that's your 45 minutes.
It's a brief but fun collection, and Paul Rudd's stuff stands out. For the early childhood educators in the readership, the info on the disc case informs me that the emphasis is on pretending, usage of the imagination and, of course, the letter P. In addition, you'll get two episodes of the animated series Abby's Flying Fairy School starring Miss Cadabby herself.
Fly off little felt fairy and spread good cheer.
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