But looking at the video through the eyes of an educator and a critic, let me say two things -- and they might seem contradictory. First, the video is a brilliant production -- in concept, editing and sense of parody. Second, I think Sesame Workshop made the correct decision in pulling it from the show. I'll take it on in depth later if you want, but "Sesame Street" exists in a highly-politicized media environment and country. Since it's birth in 1969, it has lived near ground zero in the culture wars. Remember Newt Gingrich's campaign to "zero out" congressional funding for PBS and "Sesame Street" in the '90s?