Oscar the Grouch, in Hooper's to enjoy a cup of hot lettuce, is crowded by some letters left over after Mr. Hooper made a "SALE" sign. Mr. Hooper gives Oscar the letters--L, B, O, I, V, G, and E. Then he remembers that he was going to make the sign say "BIG SALE," and takes back the B, I, and G. This leaves Oscar with the word "LOVE" so he doesn't want the letters any more.
Susan asks kids where to wash a car--in the sink? in the bathtub? No, in a car wash.
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: Episode 0020)
"Triangle and Square": A male voice narrates a story of a jazzy triangle who loved to dance, and a square square. The triangle likes being flexible, but the square would rather be stiff and *square*. (First: Episode 0007)
Cartoon: A woman explains the letter H and its use in "horseshoe", when a horse comes to reclaim his shoe and starts tickling the woman. (First: Episode 0020)