The economic downturn is forcing “Sesame Street” to lay off a fifth of its 355 staffers, the Financial Times is reporting.
The Sesame Workshop, the 41-year-old nonprofit group behind the public television educational program, has seen a drop in donations from Wall Street firms and in revenue from its investments.
I suspected something was wrong when I saw Count von Count the other day. He had a sign that read, “Will count for food.” Sad.
I don’t know what Oscar the Grouch is going to do. He already lives in a garbage can.
Things are going to get ugly quickly. They’re looking to foreclose on Bert and Ernie’s place.