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Sesame Street
Air date December 19, 1974
Season Season 6 (1974-1975)
Sponsors M, O, 2
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.

Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Bob greets the viewer, and shows how he can recognize someone’s voice without seeing them. Bob takes Big Bird and the kids to a “sound zoo”, with animal sounds coming from the empty cages. The first cage has an invisible lion, the second one an elephant, the third is a monkey, and the last one is the bird cage, which Big Bird recognizes instantly.
Film / Cartoon The letter O introduces many words he starts.
(First: Episode 0621)
There's a Bird on Me.jpg
Film "There's a Bird On Me" (Joe Raposo)
(First: Episode 0416)
Cartoon A song about a rolling O
Artists: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0011)
Muppets Little Jerry and the Monotones sing about being "Sad."
(First: Episode 0584)
Cartoon An O rolls over and over a horse. The horse eats the O.
Artist: John Paratore
(First: Episode 0173)
Muppets Three Anything Muppets (including George) individually try to sell lemons, water, and sugar. After all of their businesses fail, the three cooperate to start a lemonade stand.
(First: Episode 0335)
Cartoon Julius and Jasper: "Why are you holding one leg up in the air, Jasper?" "Because if I hold two legs up in the air, I fall down!"
Animation by Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0406)
Song Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Sleeps."
(First: Episode 0406)
Cast Big Bird and David try each other's beds but come to the conclusion that for David the bed is the best, for Big Bird his nest is best.
(First: Episode 0606)
I'm a macaw, Myrtle.jpg
Film A male voiceover and his friend Myrtle observe a macaw in a tree.
(First: Episode 0409)
Muppets Juanita looks for "YO", asking, "¿Esto es yo?" Nope, it's a toy car, and a tomato, and a mirror. Looking in the mirror, she finds herself. "¡Hola, yo!" she cries.
(First: Episode 0454)
Film Two kids help an old Chinese man get his dragon kite in the air.
(First: Episode 0444)
Cartoon Donnie Budd sings a two-step for pairs of animals.
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0342)
Muppets The Count sings "The Song of the Count."
(First: Episode 0469)
Cartoon A boy and girl fight over the word YO. Luckily, he has a spare.
(First: Episode 0486)
Cartoon O for orange
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 0673)
Film Joe Raposo: On the beach (instrumental)
(First: Episode 0411)
Muppets Grover the Elevator Operator demonstrates front and back by telling the passengers on his elevator where to stand.
(First: Episode 0469)
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Body part shout-out
(First: Episode 0264)
Cartoon A circle becomes a clock, balloon, sun, etc.
(First: Episode 0358)
SCENE 2 At Hooper's Store, Bob displays his two eyes, Maria displays her two ears, David displays his two hands, and a Muppet displays its two noses.
Cartoon M for mouse, mud, and mother
(First: Episode 0073)
Muppets Ernie tries to count his balloons. The balloons are arranged in a circle, so he continues counting around the circle, and counts some of them twice. Grover has a solution -- he pops each of the balloons as he counts them.
(First: Episode 0133)
Cartoon M for Mail
(First: Episode 0013)
Film Shopping for soup ingredients.
(First: Episode 0515)
Celebrity Listen My Brother sings about "Parts of the Body."
(First: Episode 0228)
Cartoon Footprints move over to the tune of "Here Are Some Things".
(First: Episode 0505)
Muppets "Let's see," says Ernie. "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 onto his own face, and keeps counting. "Two noses, and two eyes, and two ears...too bad!"
(First: Episode 0061)
Film The Mad Painter #2
(First: Episode 0309)
Cartoon M is for Moo
Music: Larry Rosen and Charles Myers
(First: Episode 0276)
SCENE 3 At Hooper’s, David points out all the things he overhears Luis doing at the Fix-it Shop: hammering, drilling, and sawing with a buzzsaw - but David’s favorite sound is Luis locking up the shop and going home.
Cartoon La letra O - opera, oeste, orquidea, ojos, ocho, y el orquestra de orangutanes.
(First: Episode 0338)
Film The kids form a triangle and a square.
(First: Episode 0300)
Muppets Herry Monster demonstrates "back" and "front" with three kids. First, he points out that the viewer can see the children's fronts, then (after scaring the kids) they see their backs as they run away.
(First: Episode 0365)
Film A hand tickles another with a feather. When it tries again, the ticklish hand growls and frightens the other away.
Cartoon Sand O/o
(First: Episode 0621)
Muppets Ernie & Bert — While Ernie looks after Hooper's Store, Bert asks him for something to drink. Ernie starts out with a glass of unflavored soda water, tastes it, and decides it's too dull for his ol' buddy Bert. To Bert's dismay, Ernie then adds some strawberry syrup to the soda water, then a scoop of ice cream, and finally, some whipped cream. Now it's an ice cream soda, which Bert doesn't want... but Ernie does.
(First: Episode 0539)
Cartoon A ship captain orders the numbers 1-20 into a boat - which promptly sinks.
Artist: Harvey Kurtzman
(First: Episode 0614)
Cast Luis and David cooperate on a rainy day.
(First: Episode 0469)
SCENE 4 Bob asks Cookie Monster to help him recite the alphabet. Whenever it’s his turn, he tells Bob to go on, because he wants to get to his “favorite part”. Bob ends up reciting it by himself, and Cookie says his favorite part of the alphabet is the end, where Bob gives him a cookie. Bob reluctantly gives in.
Cartoon Footprints move over to the tune of "Here Are Some Things". (repeat)
Cookie Monster announces the sponsors, and Bob gives him another cookie.

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