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Sesame Street
Air date May 4, 1970
Season Season 1 (1969-1970)
Sponsors U, V, 6
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.

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Picture Segment Description
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SCENE 1 Gordon looks for the letter U, and finds it in some words on a mailbox.
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Cartoon Speech Balloon: U for Umbrella
(First: Episode 0038)
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Cartoon "Poverty U" -- A figure gives a salute to the letter U, and presents the letter with a bouquet of flowers.
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0036)
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Muppets An Anything Muppet presents the letter U. Another Muppet repeatedly insists, "That's not a 'me,' that's a U!"
(First: Episode 0048)
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SCENE 2 Gordon points out the difference between the letters U and V. He, Susan and Mr. Hooper then give their own visual demonstrations.
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Cartoon "Imagination V" -- A surreal segment involving the Venus de Milo statue, a violin, a vampire, and vigilantes.
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0050)
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Cartoon Two men, one named Virgil Veep, discuss the letter V as they stand atop a capital V.
(First: Episode 0110)
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Cartoon Speech Balloon: V for Violin
A musician plays a violin, which instantly breaks.
(First: Episode 0052)
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SCENE 3 Bob and some kids observe a baby alligator. Bob points out that alligators aren't normally house pets, like cats are.
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Film "My Kitten"
A boy narrates a film about his playful kitten, Dusty, who has a big imagination.
(First: Episode 0004)
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Muppets Bob and the Anything Muppets sing "The People in Your Neighborhood": Dentist and Bus Driver.
(First: Episode 0106)
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SCENE 4 Big Bird demonstrates big, bigger and biggest as the camera zooms in on him.
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Film "Big, Bigger, Biggest"
A junior car dealer displays cars of different sizes to people of different sizes.
(First: Episode 0003)
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Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Bert wants to know why there is a cookie lying on the table. Ernie explains that he put it there to remind himself.
(First: Episode 0095)
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SCENE 5 Susan and the kids look at some pictures and classify them into "city" and "country" sections.
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Film "Six Song (Song of Six)"
(First: Episode 0011)
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Celebrity Pat Paulsen counts to 10. "Whoopee!"
(First: Episode 0069)
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Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment β€” Kermit and Brian talk about loud and soft.
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Cartoon Speech Balloon: U for Umbrella (repeat)
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Cartoon "Poverty U" (repeat)
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Muppets Lefty tries to sell a letter U, which he claims to have had in his family for years. The U is actually a string tied to two poles. However, Ernie already has a U, but when he says that yesterday he could have used a V, Lefty stretches out the U's bottom to turn it into a V.
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Cartoon Speech Balloon: V for Violin
A musician plays a violin, which instantly breaks.
(First: Episode 0052)
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Cartoon "Imagination V" (repeat)
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Cartoon Two men, one named Virgil Veep, discuss the letter V as they stand atop a capital V. (repeat)
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Celebrity Actor James Earl Jones recites the alphabet.
(First: Episode 0002)
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Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment β€” Kermit the Frog and Brian demonstrate the parts of the face.
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SCENE 6 Bob comments on the previous segment, and cleverly points out to Oscar that grouches don't have noses.
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Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Ernie has a question, but Bert is reading the newspaper. Ernie hums and talks to Rubber Duckie until Bert gives up reading the paper in exasperation. Then Ernie can ask his question: Can he borrow the newspaper?
(First: Episode 0042)
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SCENE 7 Bob and the kids look at the alligator some more. Alligator begins with "A".
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Muppets An Anything Muppet man named Jack sings "A, You're Adorable" to his girlfriend, Adrienne, using alphabet blocks to enumerate the ways that he loves her. Cookie Monster shows up and eats the blocks.
(First: Episode 0023)
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SCENE 8 In response to the previous segment, Oscar alphabetically insults Bob. Gordon signs off.



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