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Posted at 06:35 PM ET, 10/11/2012

After a week in the eye of political storm, ‘Sesame Street’ airs especially adorable episode

“Sesame Street,” the PBS kids educational show that took a beating during the first presidential debate at the hands of debate winner Mitt Romney, was taking no chances this week.


A real-life service dog with Brandeis, who is looking for a job on Sesame Street. (Richard Termine)
The afternoon of the veep debate, the show sent out word that — to honor National Disabilities Awareness Month and National Blindness Awareness Month — it would air a special episode Friday called “Brandeis Is Looking for a Job,” about service dogs and people of differing abilities.

Brandeis is a yellow Labrador retriever who is looking for a job on Sesame Street. After making a hash of laundry folding and floor sweeping, Brandeis discovers that his true talent lies in being a service dog. He meets a charming young lady named Liliana, who is in a wheelchair; when her book bag slides off her lap, Brandeis quickly fetches it for her. She laughs happily and thanks Brandeis. It’s a match made in heaven.

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