The Surprising Stories of Sesame Street

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Children's Television Workshop, Getty Images

We will not be telling you how to get to Sesame Street. But John Green and friends are here with some incredible stories in this episode of Scatterbrained. Like the time Elmo went before Congress and explained he wasn't in a gang. How real-world events led to the evolution of Mr. Snuffleupagus. And why fans thought the show was killing off Ernie.

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Testing Summer Life Hacks We Found on the Internet

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With the arrival of summertime comes a host of warm-weather rituals—from cooking s'mores over a campfire to discovering what sort of deep-fried concoctions have made their way to this year's state fair.

Today on Scatterbrained, John Green and friends are celebrating all things summer by testing some warm-weather life hacks, dishing up some fascinating facts on some of your favorite summer treats, and digging into the science of SPF. Slather on the sunblock and watch the full episode below.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Dogs

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Dogs: They’re cute, they’re cuddly … and they can smell fear!

Today on Scatterbrained, John Green and friends go beyond the floof to reveal some fascinating facts about our canine pals—including the story of one Bloodhound who helped track down 600 criminals during his lifetime. (Move over, McGruff.) They’re also looking at the name origins of some of your favorite dog breeds, going behind the scenes of the Puppy Bowl, and dishing the details on how a breed gets to compete at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show.

You can watch the full episode below.

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