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Sesame Street Re-Created Famous Scene from 'When Harry Met Sally'

This is a pretty smart move by Sesame Street. They spoofed the most memorable scene from "When Harry Met Sally," and used the bit to teach the viewer about patience. Meanwhile, the part we really want to see — when Sally is moaning loudly inside of Katz's Deli, doesn't happen until the very end of the video. Patience. That's what we are learning about today. Nicely done, Sesame Street. View Now

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