First off, if some moderator can lock or delete the "Hasbro's Sesame Line at Toy Fair" thread... this is the discussion for the toys hitting the shelves now, where as that one was about development. But finally, the Fall toy line up is starting to arrive in stores... Hasbro has gotten off to a good start with the Sesame Street license. First up, Sesame Pals mini-plush They aren't really the greatest plush we've seen, but they aren't bad. Murray's likeness tends to be slightly off, but still... great to see him as a character. Unfortunately, we have to wait for a second wave for Bert. They retail for about 7 bucks... not a great price, but ehhh... The 123 Sesame Playset and minifigures just popped up, along with the vehicles. The figure sets are about 6 bucks (pretty reasonable, considering the Star Wars and Marvel buddy packs are like 8 or 9 bucks now), and the vehicles are about 10... though, I must mention that The Count is molded into a seat in the bus, and not removable like the others... his head pivots when the doors open. Sesame Street Silly Swimmers (not pictured)... I saw one of these at TRU. A large bath toy that you wind up the arms, press the top of the figure's head, and it takes off in water. I only saw a Cookie Monster one. And of course... Sesame Street talking plush with the Target exclusive talking Super Grover... Nice to see that Big Bird gets a reasonable amount of the merchandise for a change... though it seems a lot of the figures will be in the next wave. Hopefully these will sell solidly so we can get the full collection. Those minifigures are the real stars of this line up.