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Oct 21 2010
1 Michael Jackson 55460
2 Katy Perry, appearing in skit with Elmo parodying her hit song "Hot n Cold". The skit was intended to air on the actual series, but the producers overturned their decision due to parent's reaction to Perry's revealing wardrobe. 54975
3 Anderson Cooper, appeared on GNN to discuss the letter G 33916
4 The Simpsons 30390
5 Batman 26594
6 Neil Patrick Harris appeared as the "Fairy Shoe Person" 25104
7 Superman 20726
8 Elisabeth Hasselbeck 20208
9 Jessica Alba, defining the word "scrumptious" 19975
10 Oprah Winfrey, on season 41 premiere, as the voice of 'O' on "The O Show". 19889
11 Jon Stewart, defining "practice" in a taped segment 18754
12 Chris Brown (Episode will be pulled from broadcast due to Brown's recent arrest.) 18543
13 Julia Roberts, Elmo demonstrates to her how to look scared 17998
14 Jim Carrey 17997
15 Prince, teaches children how to make up their own songs. 17482
16 Johnny Cash 17463
17 Jamie Lee Curtis 17022
18 Cher 16898
19 David Beckham acted out the word "persistent" with Elmo 16305
20 Adam Sandler sings "a song about Elmo" and meets up with Cookie Monster to talk about the word "crunchy" 15688
21 Paul Reubens, two segments: Reubens, as Pee-wee Herman, recited his own version of the alphabet in a 1987 insert. Reubens was also recorded for the celebrity version of Put Down the Duckie. 15200
22 Natalie Portman, plays "Princess and the Elephant" with Elmo 15015
23 Margaret Cho 14748
24 Robin Williams, six segments: Williams appeared numerous times in the 1990s and 2000s. In the first, aired in 1992 as episode 2963, Williams uses his shoe to demonstrate what makes something alive. Robin then appeared in a celebrity version of "Monster in the Mirror". Another segment has Robin comparing the similarities and difference between himself and a Muppet robin. In another segment, Williams asks Elmo and the kids whether they would allow a nonsense talking, horned two-headed stranger to play baseball with them. In 2000's episode 3684, Williams talks to Elmo about what you can do with a stick. In 2001's episode 3923, Williams shows off the wonders of feet. The Two Headed Monster shows up to play. 14702
25 Mel Gibson 14554
26 Robert De Niro explains what an 'actor' is to Elmo; he turns into a dog, a cabbage, and Elmo. 14500
27 Heidi Klum - Compliments with Elmo 13963
28 Alicia Keys 13834
29 Jenny McCarthy, imitating several sorts of insect 13828
30 Gene Simmons 13486
31 John Mayer, in a Primetime Special that appears on April 1, 2009 13474
32 Billy Joel sings with Marlee Matlin </ref> 13077
33 Backstreet Boys 13007
34 Patrick Stewart sings alphabet song 12666
35 Nathan Lane 12423
36 Jake Gyllenhaal appears with an octopus stuck on his head and teaches the word "separate" 12297
37 Conan O'Brien, one segment, two specials : O'Brien has guested on Sesame Street itself, as well as two special productions. While trying to deliver a tape in the Elmopalooza special, Big Bird runs through the set of Late Night with Conan O'Brien, where he is interviewing the Yip Yips; also seen is Andy Richter. O'Brien appeared in a celebrity montage of "Sing", for 2004 DVD What's the Name of That Song. 12019
38 Ellen DeGeneres sings alphabet song 11838
39 Michelle Obama - shows kids how to plant vegetables. 11753
40 Tyra Banks 11547
41 Denzel Washington 11519
42 Cameron Diaz defines the word "Tree" with Grover 11354
43 Vanessa L. Williams 11224
44 Celine Dion 11191
45 Tina Fey, as a "bookaneer" in episode 4137 11170
46 Tony Danza 10989
47 Liam Neeson 10268
48 Jamie Foxx singing the alphabet with Elmo and a fox named "Jamie Fox" and a duck named "Jaime Fox" 10144
49 Whoopi Goldberg, talked with Elmo about skin color and hair texture. 10118
50 Carrie Underwood 10083
51 Ice-T 10031
52 Stevie Wonder 9760
53 Jason Mraz 9349
54 Queen Latifah 9120
55 Susan Sarandon sings alphabet song 9022
56 Bill Cosby 9003
57 Jack Black - discusses octagons with Elmo and disguises in another clip 8987
58 Ben Stiller sang "These are the People in Our Neighborhood" with Telly. 8786
59 Hugh Jackman appears with Elmo and teaches the word "concentration" 8532
60 Norah Jones, sings with Elmo about her friend Y not meeting her. Sings song "Don't know why, Y didn't come" 8245
61 LL Cool J 8014
62 Jodie Foster 7808
63 Sarah Jessica Parker, demonstrating "sighing" and "pairs"; looks for "big" with Super Grover 7691
64 Eva Longoria Parker--defined "exquisite" 7639
65 Fran Drescher 7593
66 Seth Green 7508
67 Jonah Hill appeared wearing a fake mustache, which he gave to Elmo 7474
68 Fred Rogers 7414
69 Ray Charles sings alphabet song </ref> 7324
70 Steve Martin 7208
71 Paul Rudd 7131
72 Jackie Robinson 7129
73 Mariska Hargitay explaining the word "mystery" 7040
74 Ricky Gervais {{cite news |publisher= The Guardian |title= 6898
75 Danny DeVito 6882
76 Destiny's Child singing "A New Way To Walk" 6664
77 Jude Law, demonstrating the word "cling" 6616
78 John Legend 6515
79 Christopher Reeve, three segments: Reeve first appeared on the show in the 1980s. He reappeared in 2000 for two segments; in one Reeve says the alphabet with Ernie and Ernie's Rubber Duckie, the other he demonstrates the independent living skills he developed after acquiring a disability in 1995 (quadriplegia). 6500
80 Julianne Moore 6247
81 John Candy, appeared in the Put Down the Duckie special, 1988. 6200
82 Richard Pryor 6131
83 Tim McGraw singing about sharing with his wife, Faith Hill 6114
84 The New York Jets, represented by Chad Pennington, Laveranues Coles, Ben Graham, and head coach Eric Mangini (episode 4147) 5850
85 John Goodman 5823
86 Paul Simon Sings Me & Julio 5797
87 Diana Ross, singing the song "Believe in yourself" with Big Bird in 1979. 5576
88 Maggie Gyllenhaal teaches the word "surprise"; did a handstand for "Set Your Piggies Free" 5569
89 James Blunt (singing about triangles in episode 4144) 5535
90 Roger Ebert 5466
91 Julia Louis-Dreyfus 5457
92 Tim Robbins, two segments, one street scene: Robbins appeared in two 1990 insert segments. In the first, he performs at Prairie Dawn's pageant about the seasons; Robbin's then 5-year-old daughter Eva appeared at the end of the segment. "D Is for Dad", P.J. Tanz. Sesame Street Magazine, June 1997.</ref> The second, first aired episode 3960, he talks about surprises with Elmo. In a 1997 street scene, Robbins rents a room at the Furry Arms Hotel, which he shares with Muppet animals. Talking to Sesame Street Magazine in 1997, Robbins listed three reasons for appearing on the show: his children, Eva, Jack Henry, and Miles. Robbin's then five-year-old son Miles taped three segments with Baby Bear that appeared throughout the 29th season. 5405
93 Spike Lee 5391
94 Ron Howard 5167
95 Dennis Quaid 5157
96 Adrian Grenier acted out the word "Season" with Elmo. 5024
97 Andrea Bocelli singing a lullaby to Elmo based on the song "Time to Say Goodbye" 5013
98 Will Arnett as "Max the Magician", Season 39 Episode 6 5009
99 James Taylor 4825
100 Erykah Badu 4821
101 Venus Williams 4805
102 Rick Moranis 4769
103 Kelsey Grammer 4740
104 Maya Angelou one segment with some of the kids and Elmo singing about the fact they like their names 'just fine'. 4726
105 Jay Leno 4663
106 Joe Pesci 4654
107 Nina Simone 4649
108 James Earl Jones 4606
109 Regis Philbin 4600
110 Phoebe Cates 4585
111 Ron Darling 4525
112 Gloria Estefan 4523
113 B.B. King 4510
114 Jeff Goldblum, one episode: Bob's brother Minneapolis who sought for a golden cabbage in Snuffy's cave with Big Bird, Snuffleupagus, and Bob. 4486
115 Linda Ronstadt 4469
116 Lisa Bonet 4466
117 Lauren Bacall 4430
118 Marisa Tomei 4408
119 Sheryl Crow 4372
120 Aaron Carter 4343
121 Carol Burnett 4271
122 Sandra Oh, as a Cookie Fairy (episode 4184). 4260
123 Garth Brooks 4248
124 Kim Cattrall, defines the word 'fabulous' for Abby Cadaby in episode 4162 4231
125 Buzz Aldrin, who answers Cookie Monster's question about whether the Moon is a big cookie 4172
126 Wayne Brady 4154
127 Wyclef Jean 4118
128 Rachael Ray two segments, one baking pumpernickel bread, one describing the word 'amazing.' 4022
129 Sally Field 4020
130 Little Richard 4015
131 Kelly Ripa, unable to find the slip of paper on which she wrote the meaning of "frustrated" in episode 4144. 4012
132 Kevin Kline 3980
133 Harry Belafonte 3962
134 Ray Romano 3948
135 Jesse Jackson, one segment: Civil rights activist Jackson recited the free verse poem "I Am - Somebody" to numerous children and adult gathered around him on 123 Sesame Street. 3935
136 Kofi Annan, then the Secretary-General of the United Nations, Annan defuses a conflict between the Muppet monsters. Annan has also appeared on Takalani Sesame, a South African adaptation of the series. 3922
137 Barbara Walters 3771
138 Jeremy Irons, appears during the celebrity performance of "Put Down the Duckie" in Put Down the Duckie: The Sesame Street Special, 1988. 3757
139 Julius Erving 3743
140 Larry King 3717
141 Paul Stanley 3703
142 Yo-Yo Ma 3703
143 Phil McGraw co-hosting with Dr. Feel 3692
144 Katie Couric 3627
145 The Pink Panther 3598
146 Michael Landon 3563
147 Rosie O'Donnell 3525
148 John Leguizamo 3490
149 Howie Mandel, demonstrating "ticklish" 3415
150 Herbie Hancock showing off the Fairlight Synthesizer 3376
151 Lou Diamond Phillips 3336
152 Cheech Marin 3313
153 Geena Davis 3311
154 Tiki Barber--defined "quest" and helped sing "Set Your Piggies Free" 3303
155 Henry Winkler 3244
156 Jennie Garth 3223
157 Jason Alexander 3186
158 Patrick Warburton, explaining "stuck" with a chicken stuck in his shirt 3180
159 Alison Krauss 3178
160 Bill Nye 3177
161 Mike Rowe, appearing in a segment parody of Dirty Jobs called Dirtiest Jobs, with Oscar the Grouch 3159
162 Kathie Lee Gifford 3118
163 Burt Lancaster 3113
164 Faith Hill singing about sharing with her husband, Tim McGraw 3093
165 Bo Jackson 3085
166 Glenn Close 3085
167 Ralph Nader, appears singing "People in Your Neighborhood" in Put Down the Duckie: The Sesame Street Special, 1988. 3000
168 Blair Underwood 2994
169 Donald Faison 2974
170 Julianna Margulies as Dr. Berger who helps heal Big Bird's broken wing 2967
171 Christopher Meloni 2953
172 Stockard Channing 2951
173 Ziggy Marley 2883
174 Laura Bush, one segment: In episode 4032, the First Lady reads an original book called Wubba Wubba Wubba to Elmo, Big Bird, and some children. Bush has also appeared on international adaptation of the series Alam Simsim in Egypt and Galli Galli Sim Sim in India. 2877
175 Lena Horne 2850
176 Celia Cruz 2841
177 James Gandolfini 2775
178 Malcolm-Jamal Warner 2773
179 Lily Tomlin 2713
180 Billy Crystal 2692
181 Jason Biggs 2681
182 En Vogue 2662
183 Brad Garrett 2627
184 David Alan Grier 2545
185 Annette Bening 2536
186 Pete Seeger 2535
187 Brian Williams, demonstrating "squid" in a separately-recorded segment, and also as a guest news-anchor reporting that nobody on Sesame Street is sharing 2532
188 Rosemary Clooney 2525
189 Megan Mullally 2511
190 Tyler James Williams 2509
191 Richard Dawson appeared as host of "Family Food", a takeoff on his Family Feud game show 2489
192 Donny Osmond 2477
193 Joe Torre 2409
194 Tony Bennett sings alphabet song 2405
195 Matthew Fox teaching Elmo about bones. 2393
196 Martin Short 2374
197 Rita Moreno 2339
198 Smokey Robinson, Singing "You Really Got A Hold On Me" for the letter "U" 2315

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