I actually purchased it at a thrift store about a month ago. It's just a CD-Rom for kids, but you would be surprised how many classic songs and animations it has on it, mostly wierd ones. Here's how it works. In each of the rooms of Big Bird, Bert and Ernie, and the Count, there is a radio and a television. On the radio, if you click on it, you can listen to 24 classic songs, including some wierd ones. There are 3 different preset station buttons. If you click on the different buttons, you can listen to different stations. And here's the list: Red Button (W357): Inchworm Country #2 Born To Add 5 Bears In Bed Forty Blocks from My Home We're A Family (muppet song from the 70s) Green Button (W123): My Triangle Home Cats Play Jazz Count It Higher Ten Turtles Sometimes A Cookie Adding Red Button (K100): Ten Commandments of Health I Want A Monster To Be My Friend Subtraction Blues Green Grow The Rushes Hip To Be A Square Bells They don't play in the same order every time, but that's the list. And, yes, those are the stations call letters, and in between songs, they do have fake news flashes with Kermit (not the same as on the show) and fake commercials. Same with the TVs. If you click on the TV, it has 3 buttons for different channels, and it has 25 classic animations, and some wierd ones. But they do not have news flashes or adds. Here's the list: Red Button: Alligator King #7 Monkeys Scratching Back Bird and Owl Try to Sleep I Love My Bones 10 Bowling Pins Takeaway 2 Leaves 8 3 + 1 = 4 Animal Elevator Song It's A Lovely 11 Morning Green Button: Something's Missing (Frog/Dog) In And Out Crowd Song Gumball Machine Subtraction Ladybug's Picnic #12 Country #5 5 Lights Subtraction Imagination Zoo Some/More/Most Hair Blue Button: There Was an Old Woman Who Lived In a 9 5 Peacock Feather Subtraction 20 Pickle Pie 8 Little Spiders Martian Beauty #9 Snake Shape Guessing Game Woman Checks Out Shapes and Finds Purse Red Shape Morphs into Circle/Square/Triangle/Rectangle/Trapezoid/Pentagon/Hexagon/Octagon King Minus I had actually heard about this, but I had no idea. I mean, I had never even heard of some of these! It was really worth it. Now I believe they have a Letters CD-Rom too, which is very similar. I wonder if there are anymore.