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  • Hold on, there's a lot of confusion about your post. First of all you still haven't explained what parts of the show look like they're commissioned by Americans. And what does that mean anyway? Just saying "Americans" is a vague term. Does American = silly? Then you say to look at the end credits. Why? You said that it only looks commissioned not "done by" Americans so why would I look at the credits?
    Hold on, there's a lot of confusion about your post. First of all you still haven't explained what parts of the show look like they're commissioned by Americans. And what does that mean anyway? Just saying "Americans" is a vague term. Does American = silly? Then you say to look at the end credits. Why? You said that it only looks commissioned not "done by" Americans so why would I look at the credits?
    Hold on, there's a lot of confusion about your post. First of all you still haven't explained what parts of the show look like they're commissioned by Americans. And what does that mean anyway? Just saying "Americans" is a vague term. Does American = silly? Then you say to look at the end credits. Why? You said that it only looks commissioned not "done by" Americans so why would I look at the credits?
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Lisa Ortiz's mother passed away.

I found this interview that Pam Arciero (Grundgetta from Sesame Street) took part in. I mainly skipped to 1:35, where she mentioned how production on the show ground to a halt because of the pandemic. There was about 1 more week of material to tape. She says they could start again in October, but that could change.
About done watching Sonic Boom Season 1 on DVD. Good in a sense to know the episode "Fire in a Crowded Workshop" only in Spanish dialogue isn't just me, but other unhappy posters to its Amazon page.

1:27:04-1:29:50

If it wasn't for the fact they're owned by different companies (Sesame Street on HBO and Helpsters on Apple TV, though both are from Sesame Workshop), I could totally see a crossover.