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Sesame Street
Air date April 13, 1971
Season Season 2 (1970-1971)
Sponsors K, N, 2
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.

Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Tom greets the viewer and says there are lots of different ways to get from one place to another. He sings "How Do You Get from Here to There?", and leads the kids in marching (using their feet), riding an imaginary bus, and pretending they're airplanes.
Film Transportation
(First: Episode 0005)
Cartoon Eugene wants his talking crow Willis to name some N words, and Willis replies with "no," "nothing," "nobody" and "never."
(First: Episode 0101)
SCENE 2 Susan and the kids watch Alphabet Bates draw the letter N. (First: Episode 0040) Susan asks the kids what sound the letter N makes.
N naughty.jpg
Cartoon N is naughty, nice, nodding, nickel, noon, nibbling, nest, nut, nose, night, nine, and nursing.
(First: Episode 0140)

Muppets Bob reads the story of "The Magic Apple," which is acted out by Ernie, Bert and three Anything Muppets. Ernie plays a "poor but honest farm boy" who would like to marry a princess and live in a palace with Rubber Duckies and banana milkshakes. A fairy godmother grants him that wish, but only if he can pick a magic apple from a tree. A farmer attempts to help him get the apple, but doesn't succeed. Finally, Ernie rests under the tree until the apple falls into his mouth! Just then, a king arrives and chooses Ernie to marry his daughter, "the lovely Princess Gwendolinda" (Bert in drag!).
(First: Episode 0133)
Film Apples grow on a tree.
(First: Episode 0093)
SCENE 3 The kids have set up their blocks to look like a town. Tom and the kids point out what places the blocks represent. Tom asks the viewer if they've ever seen a big car being made, which leads to the next film...
Film Kids narrate a visit to an automobile factory, and watch a taxi being made.
(First: Episode 0186)
Film "Two Song (Song of Two)"
(First: Episode 0001)
Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Ernie explains to the audience how people have two of everything: "Let's see, we've got two eyes, and two ears, and two noses..." "Hey, you ding-a-ling!" Bert interrupts. "You've only got one nose." Ernie promptly pulls Bert's nose off, sticks it to his own face, and keeps counting. "Two noses, and two eyes, and two ears ... too bad!"
(First: Episode 0061)
Cartoon "Jazz #2"
(First: Episode 0001)
SCENE 4 Susan asks the kids if they know what the word "future" means. She thinks of some things that may happen in the future as she sings "Someday, Little Children."
Song "Doll House"
(First: Episode 0131)
Muppets Ernie wonders what it would be like if everyone was exactly the same, and sees four balls who can't discern each other. Ernie decides to help the balls recognize each other by dressing each of them.
(First: Episode 0166)
Cartoon A boy tries to count to twenty while playing with a paddleball, but gets interrupted by a bird.
(First: Episode 0152)
SCENE 5 Tom tells Susan that he's always wanted to count the number of times a bunch of dolphins jump out of the water. The screen dissolves to a film of dolphins jumping from the water ten times (First: Episode 0222), as Tom and the kids count in voice-over. As we dissolve back, Tom says he feels a lot better.
Cartoon Speech Balloon: K - Key
(First: Episode 0040)
Muppets "Wonderful/Yucchy"
(First: Episode 0177)
Cartoon K is for kitten.
(First: Episode 0040)
Muppets Cheers: The Anything Muppets cheer for the letter K. (version #1)
(First: Episode 0100)
SCENE 6 Tom, holding a letter K, asks the kids what sound K makes and what words start with the K sound. Tom segues into the next film...
Cartoon "K" - Kangaroo - A man (voiced by Gary Owens) explains what a kangaroo is, and ends up in the pouch of one.
(First: Episode 0141)
Muppets Kermit's Lectures: Kermit talks about the word "in," and a monster (an early version of Grover) wants to help him teach. Kermit has a big box that he wants the monster to get inside, but he can't seem to grasp the concept of IN... he gets beside the box, on the box, and under the box. Finally, he reveals why he can't get in the box: because "Fred" is already inside it!
(First: Episode 0056)
Celebrity Peggy Fleming demonstrates under by skating under two of her partners.
George ontopof.jpg
Film George the Farmer shows on top of.
SCENE 7 In the kitchen, Susan asks Farley to do a favor for her. She needs three borrowed plates brought back to Mrs. Gonzales down the block, and Mrs. Carter (who lives downstairs from Mrs. Gonzales) wants to borrow Susan's vase. Farley agrees to deliver them, but Susan points out that, because the items are made of glass, she needs to wrap them in newspaper first. Farley goes off to get his jacket as Susan starts wrapping.
Cartoon K is for kiss.
Animation: John and Faith Hubley
(First: Episode 0131)
SCENE 8 Farley returns to retrieve the newly-wrapped packages, but now that they're all covered in newspaper, he has trouble discerning which is which. Susan helps him remember by having him identify the shape of the packages; the round, flat plates, and the tall vase. Farley figures it out, and goes off to deliver the packages, but now he doesn't remember which package goes to whom.
Herbert and Grover 2.jpg
Muppets Grover the Assistant: Herbert Birdsfoot arranges three blocks for Grover to count. No matter how the blocks are arranged, they still add up to three. Herbert asks Grover to count some oranges as well. Grover confesses that he's good at counting blocks -- but he doesn't know how to count oranges!
(First: Episode 0192)
Cartoon A boy tries to count to twenty while playing with a paddleball, but gets interrupted by a bird. (repeat)
Cartoon A girl tries to lure her cat out from under the chair so she can pick him up.
Artists: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0187)
Cartoon Nancy the nanny goat nibbles her nails and notices noodles.
Artist: Tee Collins
(First: Episode 0240)
Cartoon An N-terview with an N
(First: Episode 0131)
Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Ernie reads Bert a dramatic story that he's just written. The "story" is actually the alphabet, which Ernie reads in an overwrought manner.
(First: Episode 0009)
SCENE 10 Goodbye

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