Sesame Street: Making Bubbles! | Julia & Abby Cadabby

  • Added:  5 months ago
  • Meet Julia, the newest friend on Sesame Street. Julia has autism. And she loves bubbles! Julia and Abby share a magic springtime moment of friendship as they blow bubbles, relax, and watch them float and pop.

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Comments: 203

  • LittleFlyingAnimationMV's

    This was a good short, but the end wasn't correct I think? If Julia represents the type Classic Autism there's a big chance she would panic if someone touches her. It can be that really close friends can do that, but to be honest, I've never seen someone with Classic autism hugging a friend that way.

  • ProjectKyle
    ProjectKyle 5 days ago

    I love that Sesame Street is focusing their attention on autism. I have asburgers syndrome. And it's been difficult because organizations like autism speaks has kind of driven a wedge between those with autism and those without. The truth is, we're just wired together differently. That doesn't make us any better or any worse than someone who is normal. We tend to think outside the box and understand things that are difficult for the average person. But struggle to understand things that a normal person may find easy to understand. I think this video painted a good picture of what can get done on both sides put away their differences. It was a very basic subject. There's more than one way to blow bubbles XD lol! But on a larger scale I do feel that normal people and autistic people can help each other out a lot. Both have have an advanced understanding. And when they can combine their knowledge and support each other. More can get done then if we distance ourselves from each other. Because neither side has it all right. And neither side is in the wrong. We just different. And understand things on a different level :) I know that's a long response for a kids show XD but I do tip my hat to Sesame Street for approaching a sensitive matter and handling it in a respectful way. They clearly know a lot about autism and have painted a picture that it's OK to be who you are. Even if you were born a little different

  • Fernando Ramirez
    Fernando Ramirez 6 days ago

    August 14, 2017. Happy Birthday/Anniversary Abby Cadabby for your appearance on Sesame Street.

  • bonnie lover
    bonnie lover 12 days ago

    This is great because I have mild autism I'm
    Not lying

  • Novemu
    Novemu 18 days ago

    This clip is so simple yet it brings me so much joy! 😊

  • Amy Rosas
    Amy Rosas 23 days ago

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  • Sercan Ergul
    Sercan Ergul Month ago +1

    Which One is It

  • Sercan Ergul
    Sercan Ergul Month ago +1

    What Episode is that

  • Brady Marshall
    Brady Marshall Month ago

    1:46 Julia hugs Abby! And she IS cute in general.

  • mammy daddy
    mammy daddy Month ago

    O

  • Nunof Yerbizness
    Nunof Yerbizness Month ago +1

    "I'm trying, but blowing doesn't always work." _That's_ _what_ _she_ _said!_

  • Artsylicious
    Artsylicious Month ago

    This show is too pure for this world

  • Xina Starfire
    Xina Starfire Month ago

    I have 2 older cousins with autism, yeah they aren't young but I'm greatful to see that it's getting representation.

  • Beanbag
    Beanbag 2 months ago

    i have no idea why this makes me feel weird, but sometimes Abby talks to her like a baby or she is a toddler. did anyone notice this?

    and it is JUST Abby. other than this, i think they did a great job with how they treated Julia.

  • Witty Name
    Witty Name 2 months ago

    i love julia so much!! im autistic and seeing a character on mainstream television that acts like me just makes my heart swell and my eyeballs sweat (im not crying i swear)

  • Respect Your Oppa and Unnie

    awww my heart exploded when they hugged so beautiful

  • Just Great
    Just Great 2 months ago +1

    I find it terrible that people are trying so hard to offend people with Autism. And on a sesame street video. Some of you are disgusting to shove your own beliefs of something you don't even understand.

  • Anna Maria Mazzarisi Soto

    So glad to see this character! Wish she was around when I was a kid. Either way, better late than never! Proud to be differently abled and a mother of differently abled children! If you love yourself enough, nothing a hurtful person says will bother you. You'd be so full of love, that there'd be no room left for anything anything else! Many bright and happy blessings your way!

  • Wildekinz
    Wildekinz 2 months ago

    i already ship it

  • Music_Lights
    Music_Lights 2 months ago

    Aww Julia is so sweet. I love her!

  • danceballetacro
    danceballetacro 3 months ago

    I want to see more episodes of Julia

  • BeanBag343
    BeanBag343 3 months ago +5

    If only people in the real world treated me and my friends this way. Most people make fun of us and tell us we're stupid. Hopefully this will teach more kids that autistic people may be different, but we are still 100% human.

  • VideoGameFan15
    VideoGameFan15 3 months ago +1

    This reminds me of that segment from Peppermint Park: Volume 1 - Magic Moments, where two boys are blowing bubbles!

    Except Abby and Julia are much cuter than the Peppermint Park puppets.

  • Ice Shred
    Ice Shred 3 months ago

    Julia: The cause of Mass Bubble Genocide

  • Ivan Baymar
    Ivan Baymar 3 months ago

    my friend's name is Julia and she gets triggered when I remind her of the autistic Julia from sesame Street. if you mention Elmo, she kills you

  • movieaddict1107
    movieaddict1107 3 months ago

    Aww. This is so cute.

  • Khonrate
    Khonrate 3 months ago

    This makes me so happy

  • Elaina Zimmerman
    Elaina Zimmerman 3 months ago +3

    As an autistic adult this makes me happy they made an autistic puppet like Julia she is so cute​, I teared up and my heart melted at the end Julia hugged Abby

  • Mutant Llama
    Mutant Llama 3 months ago +10

    I have autism, and was at first worried when I heard that there was an autistic character. I thought it would be an over-the-top stereotypical representation, but I'm actually comfortable with this.

  • GameApp GrowTopian
    GameApp GrowTopian 3 months ago

    At 28 u could hear abby say wait in chinese 😂

  • kat_lover368
    kat_lover368 4 months ago

    Even though I hate this show with a passion, I find Julia adorable.

  • Chibi Zwei
    Chibi Zwei 4 months ago

    Im so proud... ^^

  • 155chipmunkz
    155chipmunkz 4 months ago

    She's like me. Hates touching slimy things but doesn't mind touching sticky bubbles.

    I have mild autism and am turning 22.

  • SLjimbolian
    SLjimbolian 4 months ago

    Nothing wrong with Julia, I'm just happy the Jim Henson Company accepts everyone whether it be race, creed, color, and etc. This is what Jim Henson wanted when he created Sesame Street.

  • Liz Rochester
    Liz Rochester 4 months ago

    I haven't watched Sesame Street in years but here I am watching these videos and remembering why I used to love this show when I was younger!

  • gungallon blowout
    gungallon blowout 4 months ago

    that did a good job adding Julia😀

  • emma butcher
    emma butcher 4 months ago

    THIS IS SO CUTE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ^0^

  • Stuck-in-Godtier
    Stuck-in-Godtier 4 months ago +1

    I absolutely love that they introduced her as a character! It's great to show children that some individuals are different and deserve to be treated kindly and like everyone else. I work as a TSS with children who are diagnosed with autism and Julia reminds me so much of the girl I work with. The way all of the characters interact with her is adorable!

  • Hector Lopez
    Hector Lopez 4 months ago

    MY NAME IS JULIA IN REAL LIFE IM LIKE OMG LOLOLOLOL
    MY NAME IS JULIA
    LOLOLOLOL

  • Alex Vause
    Alex Vause 4 months ago

    Why did i tear up at the end?

  • Andrew Taylor
    Andrew Taylor 4 months ago +1

    As a person who was in special education all his life and mostly was around many kids with Autism I love how Sesame Street made this so real. The turning away, the not making eye contact, the shaking the hands or holding the ears and responding late is totally on point with Julia.

  • ComputerNoises
    ComputerNoises 4 months ago +1

    I have a (almost) 4 year old autistic daughter. She absolutely loves bubbles! I taught her to attack them to pop them! She goes "TIGER UPPERCUT!" when she pops them!

  • Adrian Collins
    Adrian Collins 4 months ago

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  • Kimberly Ellen
    Kimberly Ellen 4 months ago +7

    I love this!!! When I was 18 I was diagnosed with Asperger's Syndrome. It is so sweet that Sesame Street is teaching kids to accept those who are different and to be patient with them.

  • Jacob Griffin
    Jacob Griffin 4 months ago +12

    *Abby* _blows bubbles_

    *Julia* pop pop pop

    *Abby* _blows bubbles_

    *Julia* pop pop

    *Abby* You love popping bubbles, don't you Julia?

    *Julia* Bubbles.

    *Abby* _blows bubbles_ That's great, because I love blowing them.

    *Julia* pop

    *Abby* _tries to blow bubbles_

    *Julia* Bubbles?

    *Abby* _tries to blow bubbles but can't_

    *Julia* Bubbles? Bubbles? ... Bubbles?

    *Abby* I'm trying but well, blowing doesn't always work.

    *Julia* _epiphanic gasp, grabs, dips and waves bubble blower_ ah bubbles.

    *Abby* Oh yeah! I forgot you could make bubbles that way. Let me try. _dips and waves bubble blower_

    *Julia* pop pop

    *Abby* Thanks for that tip Julia. You were a big help. _dips and waves bubble blower_

    *Julia* pop _jumps to try to reach bubbles, but finds out she can't_

    *Abby* Oh no those bubbles are too high for you to reach Julia. I'll fly up and get 'em for you. _flies_ pop, uh pop, and uh _gasp_ pop!

    *Julia* Yay.

    *Abby* See that? We helped eachother Julia. And... that's what friends are for.

    *Julia* Friends are for.

    _Abby and Julia hug eachother_

  • Brad's Ultimate Shenanigans

    Who else is just marathoning these

  • Rowan W
    Rowan W 4 months ago

    This is so pure and cute.

  • JESSICA FELICIANO
    JESSICA FELICIANO 4 months ago

    i

  • Charlotte
    Charlotte 4 months ago

    So why aren't there more muppets with birth defects?

    • Mint Mochi
      Mint Mochi 4 months ago

      Becauseee you have to start somewhere, give it time. They may or may not ad d more, it would be great if more shows had a diversity of characters like this, so with birth defects and the such.


  • Bethany Grishaw
    Bethany Grishaw 4 months ago

    I have autism

  • Dream__queen21 _
    Dream__queen21 _ 4 months ago

    Is it bad that I still watch seasme street when I'm 11 (basically now)

  • Ghull Sediqe
    Ghull Sediqe 4 months ago

    so much

  • Ghull Sediqe
    Ghull Sediqe 4 months ago

    , I love Sesame Street

  • Bunny Marie
    Bunny Marie 4 months ago +3

    What I love is that Abby doesn't treat Julia differently than her other friends.

  • corjonbett
    corjonbett 4 months ago

    I just hope they don't celebrate Autism, but instead show that yes, she is a person, but that she has to work harder to do things that normal people can do easily.

  • nunyadiamonds
    nunyadiamonds 4 months ago +1

    she's so cute ahhhh I have autism too

  • piper scout
    piper scout 4 months ago +1

    don't people with autism hate hugs?

    • girlstorm09
      girlstorm09 3 months ago

      yea thats what I thought too!!I was a little surprised when i seen her do that and I have autism myself. but for me and the hugging it depends who it is and what type of mood im in. But yea i guess other autistics will be different. Some NTs sure can be weird about it though someone wanted to hug me but instead i preferred to give them a handshake and for some reason seemed some what disappointed....


    • Insufferable Know-It-All
      Insufferable Know-It-All 4 months ago

      It depends on the person. A lot of autistic people have sensory integration issues that make it so being touched hurts or is extremely uncomfortable, but other people are the opposite and love hugs. Sometimes its because they cant read your cues so the touch is very sudden. Plenty of allistic people dislike physical contact too though, its not exactly abnormal.


    • torako
      torako 4 months ago

      autistic people aren't all the same. also many of us hate to be touched when we're not initiating the touch, but it's okay if we decide to touch someone. allistic people don't always want hugs either.


  • Beanie No-Name
    Beanie No-Name 4 months ago +2

    this is so good and pure i'm going to cry???
    thank you sesame street for giving us julia she's great representation for the youngins on the spectrum :'D

  • Yesenia Santana
    Yesenia Santana 4 months ago

    I am Extremely Happy that Sesame Street Added someone to Represent our kids that have Autism when I first heard about this I was extremely Happy and I cried of All my mix emotions this I know for a fact will show how are kids are and to be more paciente with our children and not go ahead and just point and think that they are Spoil because they are Not there just Special in there own way . May God Bless You Sesame Street for doing this for us 🙏🏼

  • VeganVixen
    VeganVixen 4 months ago

    These are just adorable and beautiful and I love them! :)

  • Veston Bruno
    Veston Bruno 4 months ago

    Since I've read that Rollie Krewson built the Julia Muppet, I must give her credit, she builds the most cutest Muppets ever, like Zoe, Abby Cadabby, Red, Wembley, and many others. The only time she lended her voice in Muppet performing was The Muppet Show episode with Sandy Duncan where she sang Never Smile at a Crocodile.

  • rena ballejo
    rena ballejo 4 months ago +1

    my child Julia who has an autism also loves bubbles..

  • duranietheclown
    duranietheclown 4 months ago

    I have autism as well, so being able to watch something that I can relate to like this really makes me feel so honored!!

  • Jessica Lagary
    Jessica Lagary 5 months ago

    Please make a bipolar character. It makes me sad that you guys only made an autistic one.

  • Dino Girl
    Dino Girl 5 months ago

    my name is Julia too.

  • Objectshow fan
    Objectshow fan 5 months ago

    1:22 i LIKE flying ^_^

  • Donna Glick
    Donna Glick 5 months ago

    I love Julia!!!!!!You are sooo special Julia!!!!Thank you Julia all you are in God's eyes!!!!To all parent who raised a child with autism this means a lot to us!!!!!THANK YOU SEASAME STREET!!!!

  • Lucy Jimenez
    Lucy Jimenez 5 months ago

    HEY

  • Dylan Block
    Dylan Block 5 months ago

    Sesame Street has always been my favorite when it comes to not being afraid to show kids the touchy subjects

  • corjonbett
    corjonbett 5 months ago +2

    Honestly almost expeted Abby to accidentally turn Julia/ a few bubbles into a pumpkin when she waved her bubble wand!

  • Nikki Roessler
    Nikki Roessler 5 months ago

    Awww! Julia's so adorable and how else she relates to me besides her autism is because I was the same age as she is when I first got diagnosed with autism. :)

  • Emily Rivera
    Emily Rivera 5 months ago

    This is wholesome.

  • Rocknrollgf12
    Rocknrollgf12 5 months ago +1

    Julia is so pure i love her!

  • Gemmy Kid
    Gemmy Kid 5 months ago +3

    It took then 47 seasons to introduce someone who has disabilities?

    • William
      William 2 months ago

      Gemmy Kid it's hard to do in the right ways. Autism is a vast spectrum.


  • Emily Rice
    Emily Rice 5 months ago

    the ending.....😭😭😭

  • Adamguy2003
    Adamguy2003 5 months ago +9

    As someone with disabilities, I can't tell you what this means to me.
    Kids' shows have rarely if ever dealt with the subject of people with special needs (With the possible exception of Derpy from 'My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic,' and even that's debatable since she's just a background character we don't know much about), but Julia looks like she'll fit the bill perfectly! She's an adorable character that I know will make a wonderful addition to the 'Sesame Street' cast! I want to step into the episode and give her a hug!

    • girlstorm09
      girlstorm09 3 months ago

      I love derpy!!! I even have a derpy figure. :)


    • First Name Last Name
      First Name Last Name 4 months ago

      Aspergers alert


    • Adamguy2003
      Adamguy2003 4 months ago

      Truth Man, I generally liked 'Crank Yankers' (Though I don't think that comes into play here, as that show was for adults), but I HATED the character of Special Ed. See, back in the late 90's and early 2000's, there were a LOT of "Comedy" movies and shows (I put that word in quotes here because most of those were about as funny as a root canal) which tried to get cheap laughs by portraying the mentally handicapped as brainless clowns/ buffoons to be laughed at, and that caused a lot of ignorant people to form really hurtful and inaccurate views and stereotypes about people with disabilities, and few if any of them were a worse, more offensive example of that than the character Special Ed. What's worse, not only was he offensive, but he was also a poorly- written character, his sketches usually just involved him mindlessly repeating a phrase. If anything, Julia is the polar opposite of Special Ed as a character: While Ed was meant to cruelly ridicule and make fun of people with disabilities, Julia is meant to inspire compassion towards them.


  • TheGrantman1000
    TheGrantman1000 5 months ago +31

    There's still hope for the human race. Thank god.

    • Andre Lavandero
      Andre Lavandero 4 months ago

      +Seeing Clearly Media I'm sorry, did I offend you?


    • Jacob Griffin
      Jacob Griffin 4 months ago

      Some historians think the kid that Martin Luther described as a "soulless mass of flesh possessed by the devil" might have been autistic, even though that's just a hasty generalization as such an ad-hominem-esque description could be inferred to anyone who seemed to act funny. (no offense taken though)

      Autism is a spectrum of mental or neurological disorders, so some autisms can be detrimental, other autisms can be beneficial, and the rest of the autisms (like my type) can be neither. It's almost impossible for nearly all of us to determine who's neurotypical or autistic (or who has other disorders) in pictures of crowds full of complete strangers.


    • Seeing Clearly Media
      Seeing Clearly Media 4 months ago

      Andre Lavandero Totally off topic and unappropriated comment .


    • Andre Lavandero
      Andre Lavandero 4 months ago

      Seeing Clearly Media You must be fun at parties.


    • Andrea H
      Andrea H 4 months ago

      Seeing Clearly Media No one said we have to hate on kids for their disability either. We can still help them with their disorder and help them to love themselves at the same time. No one ever said this has to be a "resistance to healing." Plus there's no absolute cure for autism or bipolar or any disorders of the sort, so why bother making kids feel terrible about something that they are born with and stuck with forever? We can heal and encourage them, but not with people like you and your negativity.


  • sarah garcia
    sarah garcia 5 months ago +26

    I have to say I have always loved Sesame Street, and now that I've grown up, I feel immensely proud of the work that the do to teach children a little more about life every time. I love Julia, all aspects that really portray what autism looks like, just like how she sometimes doesn't acknowledge when someone says hi to her, or when she shows echolalia as we see on this video. I specially love this character because even though autism can present in so many ways, it gives the children an insight on the general aspects that can be observed, and a way to include their differences in their everyday play. I love that she's not shown as disabled, but as someone who feels things different and even more intensely. Good job Sesame street!

  • Daniel Ortman
    Daniel Ortman 5 months ago

    When I learned about Temple Grand's hug machine, and how people with Autism need the weight of a hug without a person violating their personal space, I actually started using things like heavy blankets to deal with my own anxiety problems. it is awesome

  • Blue Turtle
    Blue Turtle 5 months ago +118

    I'd love to see what happens if/when Julia gets upset. That's the part of autism that needs the most understanding

    • Shinji Morita
      Shinji Morita 15 days ago

      Blue Turtle k


    • Nick Castañeda
      Nick Castañeda Month ago

      Blue Turtle yes


    • VideoGameFan15
      VideoGameFan15 3 months ago

      On the episode that introduced her, Meet Julia, she heard a fire truck siren and she was screaming "Noise!" and "No!" because it was hurting her sensitive ears.


    • 155chipmunkz
      155chipmunkz 4 months ago

      She covers her ears, yells "no", and runs.


    • Jae Phalcon
      Jae Phalcon 4 months ago

      Blue Turtle they did today. she got upset over loud noises.


  • Con Nor
    Con Nor 5 months ago +4

    It's amazing and about darn time that they added a muppet with autism. And it's great that she doesn't have any stereotypes or anything, Sesame Street really knows how to make everyone feel like they belong

  • Taharkah X
    Taharkah X 5 months ago

    😭😭😭😭😭 I love you Sesame Street!!!

  • Riley 496
    Riley 496 5 months ago +2

    Did you know my sister is the original Julia because she was in the cartoon video

  • THE LIFE
    THE LIFE 5 months ago +5

    My mum is the teacher for autism people and assburgers people in my school

    • Insufferable Know-It-All
      Insufferable Know-It-All 4 months ago

      Well to be fair, theres no such thing as aspergers now.


    • corjonbett
      corjonbett 5 months ago

      Trust me, I have Asperger's, and sometime, spelling it incorrectly cans eem the right way, when I'm having a bad day!


    • Readmagine
      Readmagine 5 months ago

      KINGBAS
      It's aspergers.


  • My own hero Is only me
    My own hero Is only me 5 months ago +25

    This is so pure and delightful. Teamwork skills whether in work or play are essential even to this day. Why do so many adults forget these skills? It's not a rhetorical question. I'm genuinely concerned.

  • TheInkyBox
    TheInkyBox 5 months ago +1

    I think your dog has autism

  • Kim O
    Kim O 5 months ago +1

    finally! ive been waiting 2 yrs since they announced it! This brought tears to my eyes and just made my day! I can't wait to show my son. he has autism and loved sesame street.

  • Angel Sapien
    Angel Sapien 5 months ago

    given my son is autistic I love how they did this.

  • Teresa Steele
    Teresa Steele 5 months ago +3

    My heart is happy! Being the aunt of an autistic nephew I am so happy Sesame Street has an autistic neighbor!

  • Aqua Piyo
    Aqua Piyo 5 months ago

    Hmmm, She is such a patient and cuddly kid with autism....

  • Lexi Reed
    Lexi Reed 5 months ago +2

    I still like Ernie as a husbando but I think Julia is my new fave

  • Lexi Reed
    Lexi Reed 5 months ago +17

    I wanna go behind the scenes to hug Julia

  • Spider-Man Peter Parker
    Spider-Man Peter Parker 5 months ago +1

    I don't care what you say, all these muppet voices are irritating as hell

  • Spider-Man Peter Parker

    Wait... How can she have autism?

  • sunshine girl
    sunshine girl 5 months ago +261

    I am so thankful to sesame street as many of the comments below are too. My 4 year old autistic daughter finally has representation on a mainstream show. I cried when I found out they were doing this and I think it is such a wonderful thing to promote tolerance and inclusion of all

    • Nini Villa-salas
      Nini Villa-salas 5 days ago

      YoloSantan 0487
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    • Ronald Duijvis
      Ronald Duijvis 23 days ago

      sunshine girl 😡


    • Diane Bryant
      Diane Bryant Month ago

      sunshine girl Nnn


    • Diane Bryant
      Diane Bryant Month ago

      sunshine girl hgfffffddddddddsssss


    • Chike Mordi
      Chike Mordi Month ago

      Turtle_Icecream Animations and a more beautiful way than a picture with the an a to a couple beautiful feet to be sure to the right of her and is not the same person she has to do care c are the more


  • D. C. S.
    D. C. S. 5 months ago +7

    O_O OMG Feels. I am so glad Sesame Street is teaching about this. :) I may watch it again if anything for this. This is a new feeling. I have family with Autism. :)

  • Cassi Delil
    Cassi Delil 5 months ago +80

    this makes me so happy Julia is so cute I have autism as well not the worst part of the spectrum but I still can relate to when I was a young kid I'm 18 going on 19 now and I wish I grew up with somebody like her as a kid because going through autism was a bumpy road so if this character can possibly change the way we see people with autism then I'm looking forward to when they will come out with an ADHD character Asperger character Down syndrome character anything related with the Spectrum I am looking forward to the day I show Sesame Street to my future kids

    • Nick Castañeda
      Nick Castañeda Month ago

      Cassi Delil same and I'm 15


    • Alin Barash
      Alin Barash 2 months ago

      Lets just stick to one type of person with a mental retardation ok. I have never watched sesame street but I guarantee that going down the road that you suggest will make the show incredibly lame even to the 4 year olds watching this.


    • Insufferable Know-It-All
      Insufferable Know-It-All 4 months ago

      Aspergers *is* autism. Theres no distinction (and technically no such thing as aspergers now).


    • Silver King
      Silver King 4 months ago

      Jacob Griffin Kaiba boiiiii


    • Jacob Griffin
      Jacob Griffin 4 months ago

      And an ALS character and a bipolar character and blind, deaf and mute characters, and a cyborg character...

      ...now this list is getting a bit out of hand, isn't it?


  • Jessica DePaula
    Jessica DePaula 5 months ago +1

    I love her so much

  • Andrew B
    Andrew B 5 months ago

    Where's the ADHD character?

    • Tomu Sentou
      Tomu Sentou 5 months ago

      I dunno I consider him adhd think about it. he's always energetic, easily distracted, and gets bored easily too. pretty much adhd to me :P


    • D. C. S.
      D. C. S. 5 months ago

      Cant relate to Elmo fully but that is fine. There was really not an ADHD character per se but Elmo was not introduced like that.


    • Tomu Sentou
      Tomu Sentou 5 months ago

      Elmo...Seriously if he's not ADHD I don't know what he is and this is coming from a guy who is ADHD.


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