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  • GORDON: I'm Gordon from Sesame Street.

  • Every year, there are a number of natural disasters that

  • affect many people.

  • Even if you are not directly affected, the television

  • coverage of these events can be scary,

  • especially to young children.

  • Several years ago, we featured a week-long story about a

  • hurricane on Sesame Street.

  • This storyline allowed us to provide children with

  • strategies to help them cope with their emotions when faced

  • with a natural disaster.

  • So watch with your child and talk about any fears or

  • concerns he or she might have.

  • [MUSIC PLAYING - SESAME STREET THEME]

  • CHILDREN: [SINGING]

  • Can you tell me how to get, can you tell me how to get--

  • Sunny day sweeping the clouds away.

  • On my way to where the air is sweet.

  • Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?

  • Can you tell me how to get--

  • Come and play.

  • Everything's A-OK.

  • Friendly neighbors there, that's where we meet.

  • Can you tell me how to get, how to get to Sesame Street?

  • Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?

  • [LAUGHING]

  • MARIA: Hi.

  • Welcome to Sesame Street.

  • Look at this.

  • LUIS: The hurricane made a real mess.

  • There was so much wind and rain.

  • MILES: Yeah, but we'll have everything cleaned up soon.

  • LUIS: Oh, yeah.

  • ALAN: Hey, thanks for helping me clean up, Miles.

  • MILES: No problem.

  • GABI: I can't believe the hurricane blew

  • away the tire swing.

  • MILES: Boy, that was some wind.

  • BIG BIRD: Well, Radar, the hurricane is all over.

  • Now we can go back home to my nest.

  • Wow.

  • Look at this mess.

  • Don't worry, Radar.

  • Everybody's cleaning it all up.

  • GORDON: Wow, the street really is a mess, Big Bird.

  • But it doesn't look like there's been too much damage.

  • Thank goodness Oscar went to Bob's.

  • BIG BIRD: And his trash can was there, too.

  • GORDON: Yeah.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh, oh no.

  • I wonder if my nest is a mess.

  • Now come on, Radar, let's go see.

  • GORDON: You know what, Big Bird?

  • I'll go with you.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh, OK, Gordon, thanks.

  • Oh, wow, look at all this stuff.

  • GORDON: Yeah.

  • BIG BIRD: Wow.

  • Whew.

  • Oh, wow, look at the doors.

  • GORDON: Oh, I see.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh.

  • GORDON: Wow, that was some strong wind last night.

  • BIG BIRD: Jeepers.

  • Well, what about my nest?

  • GORDON: Oh my.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh--

  • Gordon.

  • GORDON: Oh no.

  • BIG BIRD: My home!

  • My nest, my everything.

  • GORDON: Big Bird, Big Bird, Big Bird, it's all right.

  • It's all right.

  • BIG BIRD: No it's not.

  • GORDON: You're right, you're right, Big Bird.

  • It's not all right.

  • But it will be all right.

  • BIG BIRD: But my nest.

  • What happened to my nest?

  • GORDON: Well, the wind was so strong that it

  • just blew it all apart.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh no.

  • Oh, [CRYING].

  • GORDON: It's all right, Big Bird.

  • I'm here with you.

  • WOMAN: Oh boy.

  • [MUTTERING]

  • WOMAN: What a mess.

  • MAN: I can't believe the wind can do all that, you know?

  • BIG BIRD: My nest, my home.

  • MARIA: Don't worry, Big Bird.

  • We're all going to help you, and we're going to fix this.

  • BIG BIRD: My nest, my home.

  • GABI: Yeah, Big Bird.

  • My mom and dad are great at fixing things, remember?

  • BIG BIRD: My nest, my home.

  • LUIS: Hey everybody, I think I have a plan.

  • BIG BIRD: My nest, my home.

  • LUIS: Yeah, well, that's what this is about, Big Bird,

  • fixing up your home.

  • As we can see, there's been a lot of damage done here.

  • BIG BIRD: A lot of damage?

  • Oh my nest, my home.

  • MARIA: Well, that's what Luis is trying to

  • tell you, Big Bird.

  • We can fix this.

  • BIG BIRD: Really?

  • MARIA: Yes.

  • LUIS: Yeah, I can fix these doors up like new.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh.

  • But I want them just like old.

  • LUIS: Well, that's what I mean.

  • I mean we'll all work together.

  • And we'll clean this place up and make it just

  • like the way it was.

  • We'll put the doors up and the mailbox.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh.

  • OK.

  • Ha ha, so we could be home tonight, sleeping in my nest.

  • Do you hear that, Radar?

  • We'll be home tonight.

  • MARIA: No, no, no, Big Bird.

  • We can't get it all done by tonight.

  • GORDON: Even with everybody working together, Big Bird,

  • it's a lot of work.

  • ALAN: It's just going to take some time, Big Bird.

  • BIG BIRD: But time--

  • my nest, my home.

  • Where will I stay?

  • WOMAN: You can stay with us.

  • GORDON: You can come hang at our place tonight.

  • [EVERYONE OFFERING HELP]

  • BIG BIRD: But I can't stay with everybody.

  • I'm only one bird.

  • SUSAN: Oh, but Big Bird, there's lots of birdseed stew

  • left at our house from last night.

  • GORDON: Yep.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh, OK.

  • Then I'll stay with you.

  • Thanks a lot, Susan.

  • SUSAN: Oh, you're welcome.

  • MARIA: OK, let's get to work.

  • PEOPLE: All right.

  • BIG BIRD: My nest, my home.

  • LUIS: Oh, Big Bird, we need your help.

  • BIG BIRD: Me?

  • GORDON: Yeah, well it's your nest, your home.

  • You can show us where everything goes.

  • LUIS: Like where the doors go.

  • BIG BIRD: Oh.

  • Well that's easy.

  • The blue doors go right here.

  • And then there's the kind of pinky door.

  • And then there's that peach-colored one that goes

  • over there.

  • ALAN: All right.

  • What about the mailbox, Big Bird?

  • BIG BIRD: Oh, I'll show you.

  • MARIA: OK.

  • Step right in here.

  • Careful, now, Big Bird.

  • Right there.

  • All right.

  • Good.

  • BIG BIRD: Right over here.

  • MARIA: Yeah.

  • SNUFFLEUPAGUS: Bird.

  • Oh, Bird.

  • Hey, Bird, what--

  • Bird!

  • Your nest, your home.

  • What happened?

  • BIG BIRD: The hurricane happened, Snuff.