|Air date||January 25, 1972|
|Season||Season 3 (1971-1972)|
- Mr. Hooper imagines what it would be like if a kid were the only person on Sesame Street. The kid takes on the roles of Mr. Hooper, Tom, Molly, Big Bird, Gordon, and Oscar, and gets lonely.
- Cookie Monster and Ernie: Ernie has four apples, and wants to draw the number 4 to represent that quantity. Cookie Monster comes along and wants to eat an apple, so Ernie crosses out the 4 and draws a 3, but then Cookie Monster decides not to eat the apple, so Ernie crosses out the 3 again and draws another 4. (EKA: Episode 0292)
- Two children want their picture taken. Molly only has one photo left on her roll of film. After arguing for a while, the children decide to cooperate and have a picture taken together.
- Mr. Snuffleupagus sings and dances. Big Bird tries to imitate him, but can't.
- Grover talks about danger.
- Ernie & Bert — Ernie thinks that he isn't special. Bert tells Ernie to feel his nose -- "That's an Ernie nose!" -- and then feel his hair, and wiggle his fingers. Bert says that nobody else is just like Ernie. Encouraged, Ernie tells the audience to do the same. (First: Episode 0276)
- Molly says Y is for Yarn. Oscar says that Y is for Yell.
- Film: Footage of a road being constructed intercuts with clips of kids digging a road in the sand on the beach. (EKA: Episode 0310)
- Film: A talking tree tells a boy about the difference between here and there, near and far, and close and next to. (First: Episode 0111)
- Film: Turtle tag
- Film: Mr. and Mrs. Snow (snowmen) talk about bottom, middle, head, and other body parts and clothing as their parts are put together. (EKA: Episode 0277)
- David sorts by function.
- Film: Puzzle
- Animation: Today's Secret Drawing - Nurse (Spanish version)
- An Anything Muppet girl (voiced by Sonia Manzano) adds 4 galletitas (cookies) in Spanish. Cookie Monster interrupts, then eats all the cookies when he learns the Spanish meaning.
- Molly and the kids look for Ys hidden in a picture.
- Kids play basketball.
- Cartoon: A yak discusses the letter "Y" on a stage, and is insulted when it is called a "Yakkity-yakkity-yak". (EKA: Episode 0301)
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