|Picture||Theme / First Appearance||Description|
| Block Pyramid|
| Ernie asks Bert to keep an eye on his pyramid of blocks. The Count (in his first appearance) walks by, and counts the blocks, moving them out of the pyramid shape. Then he counts them again, putting them back into the pyramid. Bert yells at the Count for moving Ernie's blocks, so the Count counts the blocks again, taking the pyramid apart.
| Counting Flowers|
| The Count counts seven flowers, and then explains that he loves to count flowers because then he gets to count sneezes.
| Counting and Eating|
| The Count and Cookie Monster see a plate of cookies. The Count wants to count them, and Cookie Monster wants to eat them, and after arguing over whether they are for counting or eating, the Count decides that he'll count the cookies, and then Cookie Monster will eat them.
| The Count Counts the Three Little Pigs|
| In this Sesame Street News Flash, Kermit's interview with The Three Little Pigs is interrupted by Count von Count, who wants to count them. The pigs do not want to be interviewed if it is going to rain (due to the Count's thunder and lightning). When the pigs go back in their house, Kermit goes to interview the residents of the next house: the Seven Dwarfs, which once again inspires the Count to enumerate them.
| The Count goes to the bank|
| Part 1: The Count withdraws all his money from the bank to count it.
Part 2: He deposits it again, but not before counting it one more time.
| The Count Orders a Hot Dog|
|The Count has come to order a large number of hot dogs. When Grover refuses to get more hot dogs because the Count will only count them and not eat them, the Count uses hypnotism to get more.|
| Dancing Children|
|On a very slow day of counting, the Count plays some funky music that is irresistible to dance to. He then counts 6 dancing children that come by.|
| Counting Rolling Kids|
|Four children roll on a gym mat while the Count counts them (in voice-over).|
| Ice-Skating Whistle|
| In a scene from Ice Follies, Oscar blows a whistle, which makes Bert, Betty Lou, the Count, Grover, Big Bird and Cookie Monster come out and wonder where the sound is coming from.
| The Count Sleeps Over|
| Part 1: The Count sleeps in Bert's bed while Bert sleeps on the couch. Ernie tells the Count that he can count sheep to get to sleep, but the Count stays up all night counting sheep.
Part 2: It's the next morning. The Count had a good night, but he didn't sleep. His counting kept Ernie up, and now Ernie is walking and counting in a daze.
| Counting the Countess' "No's"|
|Outside his castle, the Count asks The Countess Natasha to marry him. He counts her replies, all of which are "no".|
| Counting Poem|
|The Count recites a poem with the viewer, who provides the rhyme for each stanza (the numbers one through ten). The numbers appear inside the tire swing in the Arbor.|
| || Grover and the Number 2|
| Part 2: Continuing from a previous part of the sketch, Grover decides to ask people why the number two is their favorite number. However, Kermit's favorite number is 9 (or sometimes 13), the Count likes a much higher number (like 34,969, which used to be his favorite number), and Sully just shakes his head when Grover asks if the number two is his favorite number.
Part 3: Grover gets Kermit, the Count, Sully, and an Anything Muppet to hold up a big sign.
| Rhymes for Hi|
|In a grid, Big Bird, Herry Monster, David, Olivia, Gladys the Cow, the Count and two kids rhyme the word "Hi."|
| Counting Three Kids|
|The Count (in voice-over) counts three children as they rearrange their positions.|
| Counting Apples|
| The Count tries to count three apples, and gets interrupted by Cookie Monster, who eats them one by one. When he catches Cookie Monster eating them, Cookie apologizes and he and the Count count the apple cores. When the Count does his trademark laughing, Cookie Monster joins in imitating his laugh, and then eats the apple cores.
| Counting Kids|
| The Count (in voice-over) counts five children as they rearrange their positions.
| Count Counts Honkers Honk 1 To 20|
| The Count finds three Honkers and counts 20 of their honks. They then want to him to honk his nose, but he ends up hurting it.|
|The Count counts Suzanne Farrell's pirouettes and the number of flower bouquets she receives from monsters in the audience.|
| Beat the Time|
| The Count has twenty seconds to bring two items that come from the sky into the studio.
| The Count's Elevator Job|
| The Count starts his first day as an elevator operator. Kermit wants to go to the seventh floor, but The Count would much rather go all the way to the top floor.
Sonia Manzano wrote this segment.
| The Count has prepared himself a picnic not far from his castle. As he counts the ants who come to take away his food, he eventually has nothing left. The Count is not displeased, however, since it has started to rain.
| Snuffy jumps on Big Bird's trampoline|
|Mr. Snuffleupagus is invited to jump on Big Bird's trampoline, and the Count decides to count how many times Snuffy jumps. He counts a total of 19½, with his last jump bouncing him to the top of 123 Sesame Street.|
| Space Center|
|Tito and J.P. of the Miami Mice help the Count to get to the space center, so he can do the countdown.|
| Squeal of Fortune|
|The Count and Prairie Dawn appear on Squeal of Fortune, where the idea is to guess how many times a pig will squeal when you give him a spin on the wheel. Count guesses three and wins. When it's time to choose his prize, he casts aside the ones being offered and opts instead for the pig, so he can take him home and count his squeals forever.|
| Bo Knows|
|The Count appears in the "Bo Knows" commercial spoof, reminding the viewers that "Bo knows counting."|
| Over & Under|
| The Count has Telly help him demonstrate over and under. He counts the number of times Telly walks under the table, until Telly feels like taking a rest, and then the Count jumps over the table, landing on Telly each time.
Norman Stiles wrote this segment.
| Tokyo String Quartet|
|The Count counts the musicians in the Tokyo String Quartet.|
| Counting Dribbles|
|Coach Von Count and his team of coaches count how many times David Robinson can dribble the basketball.|
| Help from Patrick Stewart|
| The Count has difficulty arranging the numbers from 0 to 9 in order, because the number 1 won't keep still. Patrick Stewart helps solve his problem by commanding, "Make it so, number 1!" The line doesn't work when The Count uses it, however.|
Note: Noel MacNeal puppeteers one of the numbers.
| Counting Spins|
|The Count counts how many times Jock Soto and Lourdes Lopez spin around. Finally, they spin him around.|
| Transylvania 6-5000|
| The Count directs Liam Neeson in his new movie, Transylvania 6-5000, in which Liam Neeson counts to 20. He finishes counting, but then it rains, so The Count changes the title to "Counting in the Rain".
| Number 9|
|In three parts, the Count displays 9 as the number of the day, invites the viewer to count the horses' dinners, and says "One more nine!"|
| Far From Seven|
| Julianne Moore and the Count star in "Far From Seven", where she learns that The Count loves the number 7 more than her.|
| At the NasCount races, Count Billy Bob Von Count Jr. has his greasemonkey crew work on his car, while he counts each passing car - which he would rather do than race. "Kyle Busch, eat your heart out!"|
|Oscar presents The Count with the number of the day - 0, hoping he won't be able to count it. The Count instead drives Oscar into his can by pointing out things there are zero of around. (Note: This is Matt Vogel's first performance as the Count on Sesame Street.)|
| Once More With Feelings|
| The Count tries to find something to count, but finds nothing, which makes him sad. He then realizes he can count feelings, experiencing various mood swings.|
Shot for Season 38, but has yet to air
|What Makes Me Happy?|| Ernie, Telly, Rosita, the Count, and Cookie Monster show the things that make them happy.