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*[[Ernie and Bert Sketches: Miscellaneous|Ernie]] encounters a sobbing [[Beautiful Day Monster]], who is crying because his ukulele is broken. Ernie shows him a few things one can do with a broken ukulele, but that doesn't stop the monster from crying. Ernie then offers to fix the ukulele. Ernie brings back the ukulele, all fixed. And what does the monster do? He eats it!
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! Picture !! Segment !! Description
   
*[[Grover the Assistant]]: [[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]] and [[Grover]] count nine blocks.
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 1'''
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| Gordon comes home and calls out for Susan, but sees she's not there. He looks around and sees some evidence that she was here: her keys, a half-eaten lunch, a newspaper with a notification to register to vote, and some children's drawings of a cow.
   
*[[Speech Balloon]]: H -- Hole. A boy gets a pie in the face when he looks out of his speech balloon.
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:No9.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| "[[Numerosity|Nine Song (Song of Nine)]]"<br>{{first|0016}}
   
*An [[Anything Muppets|Anything Muppet]] sings "[[Lulu's Back in Town]]", preparing for the arrival of an enormous monster. {{first|0018}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:KermitFuzzyfacewithBlocks.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| [[Grover the Assistant]]: [[Kermit the Frog|Kermit]] and [[Proto-Grover|Grover]] count nine blocks.
   
*[[Gordon]] sings "[[Spinning Wheel]]". {{first|0012}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 2'''
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| Gordon sets up a shadow box that Bob made for his science class. Gordon puts some items in the box and sees if we can guess what they are by the shadows they make.
   
*Film: Different parts of a flower are shown as Vivaldi music plays. {{first|0008}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:500015.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| [[Speech Balloon]]: T for train<br>{{first|0022}}
   
*[[Ernie and Bert Sketches: Apartment|Ernie and Bert]]: [[Ernie]] has a collection of R's in a box. He shows [[Bert]], who says that Ernie will be the laughingstock of [[Sesame Street (location)|Sesame Street]] if anyone else finds out. Ernie sadly throws away his R's -- and Bert asks to have the box for his J collection. {{first|0014}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:tisfortrash.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| "[[Poverty Pictures segments|Poverty T]]": T is for Trash and Ticket<br>{{first|0020}}
   
*Cartoon: "Story of R" -- A man and his dog play a film about the letter R, involving a robber who steals a rooster and escapes by rowboat. {{first|0011}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:tisfortelevision.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| T is for Television<br>{{first|0024}}
   
*[[Pat Paulsen]] says the alphabet. {{first|0067}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 3'''
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| Gordon puts his shadow box away. He hears Susan knock on the door and say she forgot her keys.
   
*Film: A boy counts 11 eggs and one cookie in an egg carton. {{first|0002}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:PatPulsen-Alphabet.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Celebrity
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| [[Pat Paulsen]] says the alphabet.<br>{{first|0067}}
   
*[[Cookie Monster and Ernie]]: Ernie counts out 11 cookies and one egg. Cookie Monster eats the cookies. {{first|0054}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 4'''
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| Bob and some kids observe a live Blomberg's toad.
   
*[[Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes]] has a small pool of water. She is dry. A monster comes by and throws the pool at her, which makes her wet. {{first|0005}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:alicebraithwaitemonster.jpg|250px|center]]<br>[[Image:erniebertkiss.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon / Muppets
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| [[Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes]] is standing next to a bathtub full of water. She is dry. A monster appears and throws the water at her, causing her to be wet, and then kisses her. "Bleah!" she says.<br>{{erniebert|apt}} [[Ernie]] and [[Bert]] watch the Alice cartoon on TV, and Ernie laughs when he sees Alice being kissed by the monster. Bert says Ernie wouldn't think it was so funny if a monster kissed him. [[Beautiful Day Monster]] appears, and kisses Ernie, who says, "Bleah!" Bert laughs.<br>{{first|0005}}
   
*[[Buddy and Jim]] get confused when a picture falls off of the wall. {{first|0004}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:hisforhorn.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| "[[Poverty Pictures segments|Poverty H]]": A red man tries to think of words that begin with H, but a yellow man keeps spewing them out until Red draws a '''hole''' under Yellow, who yells '''"HELP!!"'''<br>{{first|0020}}
   
*[[Ernie and Bert Sketches: Apartment|Ernie and Bert]]: [[Ernie]] chuckles when [[Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes]] gets kissed by a monster. [[Bert]] says that he wouldn't think that was funny if it happened to him. Then the [[Beautiful Day Monster]] shows up and kisses Ernie. {{first|0005}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:1708t.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| H for hello (voice of [[Gary Owens]])<br>{{first|0020}}
   
*Cartoon: "Poverty H" -- an orange figure tries to talk about the letter H, but a yellow figure keeps listing H words. {{first|0020}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:hisforhole.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| [[Speech Balloon]]: H is for hole
   
*Cartoon: A man (voiced by [[Gary Owens]]) explains how H starts the word "Hello", which is then demonstrated by people calling him and asking for someone named Harold. {{first|0020}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Broken Ukulele.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| Broken Ukulele, Part 1: [[Ernie]] Ernie encounters a sobbing [[Beautiful Day Monster]], who is crying because his ukulele is broken. Ernie shows him a few things one can do with a broken ukulele, but that doesn't stop the monster from crying. Ernie then offers to fix the ukulele.
   
*Cartoon: "Poverty T" -- a figure with glasses explains T words, and at the same time abuses another figure with some of them (including getting him tangled and twirled in twine). The second figure turns out to be a cop, who presents him with a ticket for his trash. {{first|0020}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:No9.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| "[[Numerosity|Nine Song (Song of Nine)]]" ''(repeat)''<br>{{first|0016}}
   
*Cartoon: A [[Casey Kasem]]-voiced man explains the letter T with a TV that plays a concert. When the man begins to sing with it, the conductor on the TV set "turns him off" by tweaking his nose. {{first|0024}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Broken Ukulele 2.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| Broken Ukulele, Part 2: Ernie brings back the ukulele, all fixed. And what does the monster do? He eats it!
   
*[[Speech Balloon]]: “T” – Train {{first|0022}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 5'''
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| Bob plays "[[Three of These Things]]" with abstract shapes.
   
*"[[Numerosity|Nine Song (Song of Nine)]]" {{first|0016}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Toon.R.Robber.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| R is for Rooster, and Robber, and Rake ... <br>Artist: [[Fred Calvert]]<br>{{first|0011}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:RCollection.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| {{erniebert|apt}} [[Ernie]] has a collection of Rs in a box. He shows [[Bert]], who says that Ernie will be the laughingstock of [[Sesame Street (location)|Sesame Street]] if anyone else finds out. Ernie sadly throws away his Rs, and Bert asks to have the box for his J collection.<br>{{first|0014}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 6'''
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| Bob, Gordon and the kids observe a live raccoon — an "R" animal. Gordon wonders if it likes eggs.
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:eggscookies.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| Counting 11 eggs and one cookie.<br>{{first|0002}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:cookie11cookies.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| [[Ernie]] counts out eleven cookies and one egg. [[Cookie Monster]] eats the cookies- and then the egg.<br>{{first|0054}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Spinning Wheel intro.jpg|250px|center]]<br>[[Image:SS-SpinningWheel.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| Gordon meets [[Professor Hastings]] and [[Professor Goldfinch]], who will be performing a number. A wild Anything Muppet arrives as their drummer and the trio performs "[[Spinning Wheel]]".<br>{{first|0012}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 7'''
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| In the kitchen, Susan and the kids look at some pictures and figure out what's wrong with them. Gordon enters and gives her a rose that he just got from a flower salesman. He recalls that Tony was there as well, buying flowers for Lulu, who's back in town …
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:lulusbackintown.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| [[Tony]] sings "[[Lulu's Back in Town]]". Lulu turns out to be the [[Beautiful Day Monster]], with a wig.<br>{{first|0030}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 7'''<br>cont'd
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| Susan has put the rose in a vase. She studies it, says that she thinks a rose is about the prettiest thing she knows, and urges us to look closely and see if we don't agree.
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Sadflower.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| A film shows parts of a flower.<br>Music: [[Antonio Vivaldi|Vivaldi's]] Concerto for lute, 2 violins, and continuo in D Major: II - Largo<br>{{first|0008}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:BuddyJim.picture.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cast
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| [[Buddy and Jim]] get confused when a picture falls off of the wall.<br>{{first|0004}}
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|- {{collapsible|no}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | '''SCENE 8'''
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| Gordon, Susan and the kids sign off. The credits roll.
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|}
   
 
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Latest revision as of 08:54, February 15, 2020

Sesame Street
Air date February 27, 1970
Season Season 1 (1969-1970)
Sponsors H, R, T, 8, 9
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.

Broken Ukulele

StreetScenes
Picture Segment Description
Noimage
SCENE 1 Gordon comes home and calls out for Susan, but sees she's not there. He looks around and sees some evidence that she was here: her keys, a half-eaten lunch, a newspaper with a notification to register to vote, and some children's drawings of a cow.
No9
Film "Nine Song (Song of Nine)"
(First: Episode 0016)
KermitFuzzyfacewithBlocks
Muppets Grover the Assistant: Kermit and Grover count nine blocks.
Noimage
SCENE 2 Gordon sets up a shadow box that Bob made for his science class. Gordon puts some items in the box and sees if we can guess what they are by the shadows they make.
500015
Cartoon Speech Balloon: T for train
(First: Episode 0022)
Tisfortrash
Cartoon "Poverty T": T is for Trash and Ticket
(First: Episode 0020)
Tisfortelevision
Cartoon T is for Television
(First: Episode 0024)
Noimage
SCENE 3 Gordon puts his shadow box away. He hears Susan knock on the door and say she forgot her keys.
PatPulsen-Alphabet
Celebrity Pat Paulsen says the alphabet.
(First: Episode 0067)
Noimage
SCENE 4 Bob and some kids observe a live Blomberg's toad.
Alicebraithwaitemonster

Erniebertkiss
Cartoon / Muppets Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes is standing next to a bathtub full of water. She is dry. A monster appears and throws the water at her, causing her to be wet, and then kisses her. "Bleah!" she says.
Ernie & BertErnie and Bert watch the Alice cartoon on TV, and Ernie laughs when he sees Alice being kissed by the monster. Bert says Ernie wouldn't think it was so funny if a monster kissed him. Beautiful Day Monster appears, and kisses Ernie, who says, "Bleah!" Bert laughs.
(First: Episode 0005)
Hisforhorn
Cartoon "Poverty H": A red man tries to think of words that begin with H, but a yellow man keeps spewing them out until Red draws a hole under Yellow, who yells "HELP!!"
(First: Episode 0020)
1708t
Cartoon H for hello (voice of Gary Owens)
(First: Episode 0020)
Hisforhole
Cartoon Speech Balloon: H is for hole
Broken Ukulele
Muppets Broken Ukulele, Part 1: Ernie Ernie encounters a sobbing Beautiful Day Monster, who is crying because his ukulele is broken. Ernie shows him a few things one can do with a broken ukulele, but that doesn't stop the monster from crying. Ernie then offers to fix the ukulele.
No9
Film "Nine Song (Song of Nine)" (repeat)
(First: Episode 0016)
Broken Ukulele 2
Muppets Broken Ukulele, Part 2: Ernie brings back the ukulele, all fixed. And what does the monster do? He eats it!
Noimage
SCENE 5 Bob plays "Three of These Things" with abstract shapes.
Toon.R.Robber
Cartoon R is for Rooster, and Robber, and Rake ...
Artist: Fred Calvert
(First: Episode 0011)
RCollection
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie has a collection of Rs in a box. He shows Bert, who says that Ernie will be the laughingstock of Sesame Street if anyone else finds out. Ernie sadly throws away his Rs, and Bert asks to have the box for his J collection.
(First: Episode 0014)
Noimage
SCENE 6 Bob, Gordon and the kids observe a live raccoon — an "R" animal. Gordon wonders if it likes eggs.
Eggscookies
Film Counting 11 eggs and one cookie.
(First: Episode 0002)
Cookie11cookies
Muppets Ernie counts out eleven cookies and one egg. Cookie Monster eats the cookies- and then the egg.
(First: Episode 0054)
Spinning Wheel intro

SS-SpinningWheel
Muppets Gordon meets Professor Hastings and Professor Goldfinch, who will be performing a number. A wild Anything Muppet arrives as their drummer and the trio performs "Spinning Wheel".
(First: Episode 0012)
Noimage
SCENE 7 In the kitchen, Susan and the kids look at some pictures and figure out what's wrong with them. Gordon enters and gives her a rose that he just got from a flower salesman. He recalls that Tony was there as well, buying flowers for Lulu, who's back in town …
Lulusbackintown
Muppets Tony sings "Lulu's Back in Town". Lulu turns out to be the Beautiful Day Monster, with a wig.
(First: Episode 0030)
Noimage
SCENE 7
cont'd
Susan has put the rose in a vase. She studies it, says that she thinks a rose is about the prettiest thing she knows, and urges us to look closely and see if we don't agree.
Sadflower
Film A film shows parts of a flower.
Music: Vivaldi's Concerto for lute, 2 violins, and continuo in D Major: II - Largo
(First: Episode 0008)
BuddyJim.picture
Cast Buddy and Jim get confused when a picture falls off of the wall.
(First: Episode 0004)
Noimage
SCENE 8 Gordon, Susan and the kids sign off. The credits roll.


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