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Linda (Sesame Street)

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Linda is a librarian who works at Sesame Street Library on Sesame Street. She was introduced on the show in Episode 0243 from season 2, and featured as a regular character through season 33. She was initially introduced as an actor for National Theatre of Deaf, moved to Sesame Street in Episode 0326, and became Librarian in Episode 1868. Linda is Deaf, as is her performer. As a deaf character, Linda allows producers of Sesame Street to teach viewers about Sign Language and address issues faced by Deaf people. Her segments and appearances often focus on American Sign Language, such as Signs for Hearing. She also features in several sketches with other human cast members, and appeared in several Maria as Chaplin skits. She and Bob were very close, and the romantic relationship between the two was imply at various times. For a time, Linda was owner of Barkley Dog, who could understand some ASL. Her thoughts were sometimes heard in voice-Over, supplied by Ivy Austin on two occasions; Episode 2485 and Episode 3059. In Episode 0914, Linda's father came to visit and celebrate her birthday. In Episode 1072, she gets a TTY so that she can call her dad on the phone. Upon hearing that she had acquired a new machine, she got a message to please call her Aunt Ruth, her Uncle Taras, her brother Glenn, and her cousin Amy. Linda also participated in some songs using ASL, such as singing with Olivia in Episode 1330. In the 1978 TV special Christmas Eve on Sesame Street, she led a group of kids who Sign entirety of keep Christmas with You. Linda no longer appears on the show, but some of her archive segments were used after her departure, and she continued to be mentioned in Sesame Street Magazine. She make return appearance in Sesame Street's 50 Anniversary Celebration.

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Appearances

Linda Ronstadt is a Grammy award-winning singer who rose to fame in the 1960s and 1970s. Ronstadt appears as guest star in Episode 523 of Muppet Show, where she and Kermit Frog share mutual attraction for each other. Two reuinited years later for duet of all I Have to Do Is Dream on Kermit Unpigged album. She also appeared in a pair of Sesame Street in season 20, including singing y Andale with a mariachi band and La Charreada with Elmo. While her Muppet Show appearance was related to her career as a pop singer, her two appearances on Sesame Street tie in with her recording several popular albums of traditional Mexican music. Ronstadt also Record song I Want Horse for in Harmony: Sesame Street Record, released in 1980. Although initially considered a country-rock singer, she branched out into other musical fields in the 1980s, including a Tony-nominated performance in the 1980 Broadway revival of Gilbert and Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance, produced by Joseph Papp, which was adapted as a movie in 1983. She later starred in a short-live Off-Broadway revival of the opera La Boheme in 1984.

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