As ballots are still being counted in key states of the U.S. for the presidential election, Twitter has called on a "Sesame Street" character to help.

The request from Twitter users came on Thursday after President Donald Trump tweeted to “STOP THE COUNT” in reference to the ballot counting that is continuing in states such as Nevada, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and North Carolina. Trump has also filed a lawsuit for a Wisconsin ballot recount after the state declared a win for Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Seemingly in response, the phrase "Sesame Street" and "Count" began trending on Twitter Thursday. At press time, thousands of tweets joking about America needing The Count, also known as Count von Count, to help finalize the election results were posted to the platform.

One user wrote, “Can you tell me how to get to 'Sesame Street' we need the count to come help Arizona and Nevada out with these Ballots.”

Another person wanted The Count, who is known for his love of counting on the children's program, on a flight to Nevada stat so the ballots could get tallied faster.

Others speculated that Trump's latest tweets could have been a cry for help from The Count.

Another Twitter user joked that The Count understands numbers better than Trump when it comes to electoral votes.

One person even turned The Count into a campaign poster reminiscent of former President Barack Obama’s presidential campaign.

Trump’s “STOP THE COUNT” tweet was retweeted over 302,000 times and liked more than 449,000 times by 12:30 p.m. EST Thursday.

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"Sesame Place" characters perform at the 94th Annual 6ABC Dunkin Donuts Thanksgiving Day Parade on Nov. 28, 2013, in Philadelphia. Gilbert Carrasquillo/Getty Images