Hey! I just posted this theory on SS Facebook page--thought you folks would find it interesting. (If you want to respond on Facebook instead of here, I put it under the "Elmo on The Look" post.) Here 'tis: "Hey, for all the parents and kids who don't like Elmo: the Musical: I have a theory here--one I don't think has been proposed. Here goes: Elmo the Musical IS Elmo's World--just at the next level. Think about it: Elmo's World was created entirely out of Elmo's imagination. He used it to explore all sides of basic concepts--frogs, shapes, birthdays, etc. Well, now that Elmo's gotten a little older, he's EXPANDED Elmo's World--into a whole entire universe. A MUSICAL universe. How do I back this up? Because some things from Elmo's World aren't COMPLETELY gone. For example, we still have a focus on imagination, we still have some counting and early math games, and--most important--we still focus on ONE subject. So, a more proper name for Elmo the Musical: Elmo's Universe. Thoughts on that?" So, what do ya think of my theory?