Marshal Grover and Fred the Wonder Horse are hot and thirsty, so they stop in at the Short Branch Café for a nice cold glass of milk. The bartender is distressed to see Grover riding his horse right inside, knocking over tables. "I just redecorated the place, too," he sighs. Grover orders a glass of milk, and the bartender asks if he wants the big glass, the bigger glass or the biggest glass. Fred tells the bartender that Marshal Grover doesn't know the difference, so the bartender shows off all three sizes. Marshal Grover and Fred come behind the bar to get a closer look, breaking bottles and glassware. The annoyed bartender shouts at Grover to choose a glass, and Grover picks the biggest glass. The bartender asks if Fred wants anything, but Fred says, "No thanks, I'm drivin'." As Grover rides his horse out of the café, the bartender asks who's going to pay for all this stuff. Grover says he'll be back to pay for it tomorrow. Panicked, the bartender says not to come back; it's on the house!
Ernie & Bert — Ernie is painting a portrait of Bert, but paints Bert with curly hair, glasses, and a beard. When Bert gets angry about this, Ernie takes him behind the easel and puts curly hair, glasses, and a beard on Bert. (First: Episode 0365)
Mr. Hooper explains to Big Bird that he has kept a dented cookie can for many years because it helps him remember a boy who told the truth even when he'd done something wrong.
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)
Lucky Peterson sings the "One, Two, Three, Four" song.
Maria and David are about to start a ping-poing game, but David doesn't have a paddle. After holding several different types of sports equipment in its place, he finally gets the correct one. Once the problem is solved, Maria and David realize they don't have a ping-pong ball. Dozens of balls then fall on them. (EKA: Episode 0677)
David, Maria, Susan and Luis assemble a fractured letter H.