|Plot||Luis and Rafael open a Fix-It Shop.|
|Air date||January 28, 1972|
|Season||Season 3 (1971-1972)|
- Susan is surprised to learn that the library has moved a few blocks away, and that the "L and R Fix-It Shop" has opened in its old location. The new store is owned by Luis and Rafael. Susan leaves her broken picture frame with them to fix.
- Cookie Monster and Ernie: Ernie is happy because he is about to eat his cookie, but Cookie Monster is sad because he hasn't had a cookie all day. Ernie gives him his cookie, but now Cookie is happy and Ernie is sad. The two keep passing the cookie to each other as both their emotions exchange. When the two decide to share they cookie, both end up breaking it, and now neither of them are happy! (EKA: Episode 0266)
- Grover talks about front and back, but whenever Grover wants to talk about front, the camera suddenly cuts to a shot of his back, and whenever he wants to talk about back, the camera cuts to a shot of his front. (First: Episode 0139)
- Ernie & Bert — Ernie has gone shopping -- buying bread for himself, and peanut butter for Bert. They realize that it's dull to eat what they have separately, and they decide to cooperate, so they can each have a peanut butter sandwich. (First: Episode 0279)
- Tom shows some young kids some words on a card and asks them to count the words.
- Rafael wants to borrow Oscar's pair of pliers; Oscar wants to borrow Rafael's paper. They decide to cooperate and lend each other what they need.
- Bob reads "The King and the Fireman", a story about a king who becomes so grateful for being saved by a fireman that he decides to make everyone in the kingdom a firefighter... and soon realizes what a mistake he's made. (EKA: Episode 0278)
- Susan uses three small boxes of varying shapes and one big carton, and sings "Three of These Things".
- An Anything Muppet in a loud suit named Marty teaches Grover about adding and subtracting with three tangerines. (EKA: Episode 0310)
- Luis demonstrates that the front of a toy truck is the part that goes first, and the back is the part that goes last. Tom shows us the front door of Hooper's Store and the back door.
- Moe and Joe Busby, the twins who share everything, including talking, go into a store and ask for a ham - mer.
- Rafael notes that the back wheel (not the front wheel) of a bicycle has a flat tire. Susan shows us that Oscar's front has eyes and a mouth, and his back has nothing.
- Luis and Rafael tell Susan that they've had a good opening day at their Fix-It Shop.
- Cartoon: A sprightly seal tells the story of six silly sailors who split up on a see-saw. (First: Episode 0002)
- Cartoon: S is for subway, sailboat, sled, scooter, skates, skis, and stop.
Artists: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0279)
- Cartoon: S is for snow, Santa, and sleigh.
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