Sesame Street
Air date December 31, 1970
Season Season 2 (1970-1971)
Sponsors I, V, 8
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Matchingcookies

Picture Segment Description
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SCENE 1 At Hooper's Store, Gordon goes over his shopping list. He's gathered almost everything on it, but sees that Susan also wrote down the letters V and I. What begins with V?
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Cartoon Speech Balloon: V for Violin
A musician plays a violin, which instantly breaks.
(First: Episode 0052)
ImaginationV
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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SCENE 2 Big Bird gives some guesses on what "V-I" could stand for … vanishing ink? Varnished ice cubes? Gordon then realizes he has chocolate syrup as one of the items, and concludes that "V-I" is short for vanilla ice cream.
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Cartoon Speech Balloon: I - ice cream.
(First: Episode 0033)
ThatsMyLetterI
Cartoon A boy and a dog fight over a letter "I."
(First: Episode 0143)
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Cartoon A Gary Owens-voiced man attempts to discuss the letter I, but is jeered by an offscreen voice. The man uses him as an example of the word "impolite".
(First: Episode 0033)
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Film Baby pigs run in a field, and drink their mother's milk.
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Film Countdown #1
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SCENE 3 In a series of vignettes, Bob and friends display the difference between wet and dry, as well as clean and dirty. Big Bird even made himself a feather duster!
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Cartoon Batman and Robin catch the Penguin's gang who has dirty windows, teaching the opposite pairings of clean and dirty.
(First: Episode 0099)
The Bath Story
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie tells Bert that he calls his bathtub Rosie, because after his bath, he leaves a ring around Rosie. (edited)
(First: Episode 0001)
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Film Countdown #2
Everybodywash
Song Ernie leads the cast in "Everybody Wash."
(First: Episode 0001)
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Film Countdown #3
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SCENE 4 In the kitchen, Susan sings "One of These Things" using different sized fruit and bowls.
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Cartoon Dot Bridge #1
(First: Episode 0001)
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Muppets Ernie & BertErnie 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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Cartoon Dot Bridge #2
(First: Episode 0001)
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Film Body Parts vs. Heavy Equipment: Three boys (including Brian Henson) pretend to be steam shovels, playing in the dirt. This segues into footage of real construction vehicles. A parallel is drawn between the machinery and how the boys' arms and mouths work.
(First: Episode 0003)
SSYellowSubmarine-intro
Muppets Bob makes up three Anything Muppets as if they were employed in one of the previously seen transportation modes: a railroad engineer, an airplane pilot, and a bus driver. They all agree that the best job would be on board a submarine...
(First: Episode 0017)
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Muppets The Anything Muppets sing "Yellow Submarine".
(First: Episode 0017)
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Cartoon Dot Bridge (last dot is late and travels through the others)
(First: Episode 0001)
VirgilVeep
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 (repeat)
(First: Episode 0052)
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Cartoon Small v ... for voom, voice, violin, etc.
Artist: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0167)
Matchingcookies
Muppets Ernie tries to find another cookie with a criss-cross of icing. He has trouble matching cookies, but Cookie "matches" them by eating them (putting them all in the same place, his stomach).
Raposo.Eating
Song Joe Raposo sings "Eating" while animals eat.
(First: Episode 0106)
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Cartoon Dot Bridge (last dot shows up early)
(First: Episode 0001)
1261-LowercaseI
Cartoon A Gary Owens-voiced man attempts to discuss the letter I, but is jeered by an offscreen voice. The man uses him as an example of the word "impolite". (repeat)
(First: Episode 0033)
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Cartoon Dot Bridge (third dot wants to be red)
(First: Episode 0001)
Ernie8Salesman
Muppets Lefty the Salesman wants to sell an 8 to Ernie, who ran out of money buying some 9s. Ernie then offers to sell Lefty his 9s.
(First: Episode 0079)
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Cartoon Jazz #8
(First: Episode 0016)
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SCENE 5 Oscar puts a number 8 on his trash can for his street address. He asks Bob to reposition it repeatedly, then realizes that the number 8 looks the same right side up and upside down. When Oscar realizes that a street number will cause more people to come to his can, he disposes of the number.
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Cartoon Jazz #8 (repeat)
(First: Episode 0016)
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SCENE 6 Mr. Hooper counts eight hands on four kids.
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Cartoon Dot Bridge (all the dots turn red)
(First: Episode 0001)
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SCENE 7 Big Bird recites a poem about lizards.
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Film Iguanas
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0047)
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SCENE 7 cont'd Big Bird recites another brief poem about a gibbon.
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Film A gibbon swings, and an audience cheers when the film ends.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0009)
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Cartoon Dot Bridge (raspberry)
(First: Episode 0014)
(First: Episode 0001)
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Celebrity Lou Rawls sings the alphabet song to a group of kids.
(First: Episode 0043)
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SCENE 8 Mr. Hooper displays a piece of pottery, then shows how it's made.
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Film Raposo: Pottery
ImaginationV
Cartoon "Imagination V" (repeat)
(First: Episode 0050)
ThatsMyLetterI
Cartoon A boy and a dog fight over a letter "I." (repeat)
(First: Episode 0143)
1800-30
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie tells Bert about his so-called "boring" day at the zoo.
(First: Episode 0020)
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SCENE 9 The sponsors are announced.


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