'Upside Downton Abbey' teaches kids a valuable lesson about gravity2/1/2013
The folks at "Sesame Street" are nothing short of geniuses. Day in and day out, they make educational programming that is arguably even more entertaining for adults than for the little ones soaking it all up. The latest example? This spoof on hit drama "Downton Abbey" called "Upside Downton Abbey." As you've probably guessed, it teaches kids all about how being "upside-down" works, all while Muppets in early 1900s garb with upper-crust English accents try to enjoy some afternoon tea. Of course, as they realize, their problems could be fixed if they went right-side up, but that's just not done at "Upside Downton Abbey." No, sir.
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