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Cookie Monster tries to find a cookie blindfolded
Air date February 18, 1975
Season Season 6 (1974-1975)
Sponsors V, X, 12
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Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Cookie Monster is about to play a game, โ€œHide and Seek the Cookieโ€. He wears a blindfold and asks Susan to hide a cookie.
Cartoon The Story of Cowboy X, with the voices of Jean Shepherd
(First: Episode 0325)
SCENE 2 Luis sees Cookie Monster playing the game. Cookie says his nose is stuffed up today, so he tries to find the cookie by touch. He mistakes a tricycle wheel for a cookie, but he realizes it's not a cookie when he takes a bite.
Cartoon "Poverty X": A peanut-shaped figure lists the words that the letter "X" can be found in.
(First: Episode 0006)
SCENE 3 In the arbor, Cookie Monster is still looking for the cookie. Mr. Hooper tells him that cookies are round and flat and smooth, then goes to answer the phone at HS. Cookie feels around for something round and flat and smooth, then finds the cushion of the chair that Mr. Hooper was sitting on. He devours the cushion, then realizes itโ€™s not a cookie.
Cartoon The letter X
(First: Episode 0482)
SCENE 4 Next, Cookie Monster mistakes Oscarโ€™s trash can lid for a cookie. OUCH!
Cartoon The great Alphonso and his trained X's
(First: Episode 0299)
SCENE 5 Mr. Hooper, Susan and Luis find a bunch of other round and flat things that have bites taken out of them: a frisbee, a stack of plates, and a manhole cover. Cookie Monster is despondent by now, so Susan takes off the blindfold and tells him the cookie is somewhere thatโ€™s flat and blue and takes letters: the mailbox.
Cartoon A mother bird brings her babies a huge number 12.
(First: Episode 0493)
Insert Bob draws a face on his fist, then puppeteers it as he sings "Face Game."
(First: Episode 0562)
Cartoon More and more moths appear, and devour a man's clothes.
Artist: Bob Kurtz
(First: Episode 0294)
Film "What if you were magic, and could make things stop just by telling it to, or make it go backwards? Stop! Then you could see what things look like when they're moving. Go forwards! Stop! Well, film is magic, and this is a film, so you can be magic for three minutes. Like this: Go slow, water fountain! Now, you try it."
(First: Episode 0047)
Muppets A little boy explains how he can be a son, a brother, a paperboy, a friend, and a grandson all at the same time.
(First: Episode 0691)
Cartoon Ralph asks Marvin what would happen if he didn't have a mouth, a nose and ears.
(First: Episode 0468)
SCENE 6 Harvey Kneeslapper, Luis and two friends play the sorting game. Harvey is singled out, as he's the only laughing at his jokes.
Animation Henson Films: Number Twelve Rocks
(First: Episode 0195)
Muppets As ominous music plays, the Count walks around his castle, checks out the mirror (he has no reflection), and greets his bats. The mailman (Jim Henson) arrives, with a bunch of letters for Count. The mailman wonders why there are so many letters. The Count says that he wrote them all himself, so he could count them... and then he does.
(First: Episode 0420)
Film Knock knock. Who's there? The woodpecker!
(First: Episode 0437)
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Cartoon A young hipster dog explains to C.T. Wordsworth what an EXIT is.
(First: Episode 0281)
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Muppets Grover explains the word "EXIT" with some Anything Muppets running over him as they run through the exit.
(First: Episode 0210)
Cartoon A drowsy wagoner gets across a clearing by building a bridge out of his ox-cart, and converting it back again.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 0616)
Animation Sand X/x
(First: Episode 0638)
Film The Alphabet Dancers make a letter X.
(First: Episode 0456)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: X for X-ray
(First: Episode 0064)
Film Two kids help an old Chinese man get his dragon kite in the air.
(First: Episode 0444)
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment โ€” Snuffy and Joey say the alphabet.
(First: Episode 0671)
Cartoon Two men, one named Virgil Veep, discuss the letter V as they stand atop a capital V.
(First: Episode 0110)
Muppets Ernie & Bert โ€” A tough guy named Tough Eddie accidentally knocks over Bert's sand castle while he's sleeping. Ernie points that out to Eddie, and Eddie tells Ernie, in a threatening tone of voice, that he's "got something" for Bert. It turns out to be an ice cream cone.
(First: Episode 0482)
Cartoon The more a man inflates a balloon with a tire pump, the less room he has.
Artist: Bob Kurtz
(First: Episode 0294)
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Animals with tails.
(First: Episode 0017)
Cast "Sluggo the Great" (David) puts on his baseball gear, but isn't sure which body parts to put them on.
(First: Episode 0492)
Cartoon This is a big letter V poem
(First: Episode 0507)
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Celebrity Richie Havens counts 1-20.
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment โ€” Bert & Ingrid count backwards from ten to one.
(First: Episode 0527)
SCENE 7 Big Bird recites a poem about getting wet.
Film Animals and children bathe in water.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0615)
Muppets Harvey Kneeslapper: X Marks the Spot!
(First: Episode 0456)
Cartoon Brand X
(First: Episode 0299)
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment โ€” Ernie, Bert and Shola talk about the letter X.
(First: Episode 0560)
Cartoon An elephant and a bear try to cross a bridge to deliver their packages, but they're in each other's way.
Voices: Hal Smith
(First: Episode 0538)
Cast David the champion is ready for the match, but assistant Luis gives him the wrong match for his boxing glove. Once the right one is placed, he and Gordon face off in a game of marbles.
(First: Episode 0685)
Film Pottery
music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0169)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: V for Violin
A musician plays a violin, which instantly breaks.
(First: Episode 0052)
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Cartoon Dot Bridge #6: Dot blows raspberry
(First: Episode 0001)
SCENE 8 The sponsors are announced.

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