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Sesame Street
Oscar moves into a dirtier trash can
(repeat of 0646)
Air date February 23, 1976
Season Season 7 (1975-1976)
Sponsors K, M, 2
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Oscar the Grouch can't sleep because Biff is drilling in the street. Biff explains why drilling is helpful to the city, and Oscar decides he’d rather hear the drilling than Biff talking.
Cartoon Only one of the two footprints can belong.
(First: Episode 0491)
Film "Doll House"
(First: Episode 0131)
Muppets Cookie Monster stars in "The Ballad of Casey McPhee."
(First: Episode 0516)
Cartoon Typewriter: M for magic
(First: Episode 0841)
Film Kid voiceovers identify a horse's body parts (shown one at a time), then the complete animal.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0428)
SCENE 2 Oscar asks David, Susan and Luis to help him move into a trash can that's dirtier and has more dents in it. They take out his furniture, one by one.
Muppets Marshal Grover tries mounting Fred the Wonder Horse using a "run and jump" technique. But every time he gets close, Fred moves away from him, causing onlookers in the saloon to laugh at them. Fred finally explains that he doesn't appreciate the act, as it hurts his back. Grover promises never to run and jump onto his back again, and asks him to roll over so he may do so on his belly.
(First: Episode 0825)
After they remove all his furniture, Oscar says Slimey doesn’t want to move to the other can; he likes this one better. Oscar tells everyone to put his furniture back, but David gets wise to his trick.
Film A boy narrates a film of how his family trains wild ponies on the farm.
(First: Episode 0815)
Cartoon "Jazz #2"
(First: Episode 0001)
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 A hand tickles another with a feather. When it tries again, the ticklish hand growls and frightens the other away.
(First: Episode 0699)
Cartoon Melvin the Moving Man has magnificent muscles.
Music: Dick Lavsky and Alan Cagan, Narrator: Allen Swift
(First: Episode 0207)
Muppets Big Bird builds a model of himself and calls it "ME."
(First: Episode 0635)
Herry's ABC Secret.JPG
Muppets Grover tells Herry's secret (which is actually the alphabet) to Pamela, who tells Fenwick, who tells Rosemary. Herry says to Grover, "You're very good at reciting the alphabet ... but you're lousy at keeping secrets!"
(First: Episode 0360)
Cartoon On a snowy day, a cold man desires firewood. He carries a huge log up the hill multiple times, but it rolls down each time. Using his "wits", he pushes his house down to the bottom of the hill to be closer to the giant log.
(First: Episode 0799)
Film Kids compare animals and human tools and technology.
(First: Episode 0491)
K for kite.jpg
Cartoon K for kite
(First: Episode 0489)
Cartoon K-kick
(First: Episode 0463)
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: Kermit tries to tell the story of the Three Little Pigs, but five pigs show up. He realizes he's encountered the wrong group of pigs -- one of these pigs went to market, one stayed home, and so on (alluding to the game of "This Little Piggy"). Just as he gets things straight, the Big Bad Wolf shows up and, determined not to have his fun spoiled, huffs and puffs Kermit away.
(First: Episode 0737)
SCENE 3 Big Bird wants to play stickball with Luis and the kids, but they have to go home now. Sam the Robot volunteers to play ball with Big Bird, but throws all different kinds of balls at him.
Film Hands build things out of triangles and squares while off-screen voices try to figure out what the constructions will be.
(First: Episode 0004)
Cartoon I've got a mind: squares make a box.
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0252)
Muppets Herbert Birdsfoot explains what the letters M and W look like with a very uncooperative letter that keeps switching itself. The letter eventually stops switching, and Herb solves the problem by rotating the camera angle, turning the letter upside down.
(First: Episode 0155)
Cartoon La letra M es para Miguel, musica, mariposa, marinero, molino, marciano, maroma y mono
(First: Episode 0464)
Film A scuba diver swims away from.
(First: Episode 0537)
Muppets Ernie has a stack of seven cupcakes that he wants to take a picture of, but Cookie Monster keeps stealing cupcakes (which he calls "cuppycakes").
(First: Episode 0136)
Film Slide puzzle - truck
(First: Episode 0403)
Celebrity José Feliciano sings "The Gypsy."
(First: Episode 0763)
Film Shopping for soup ingredients.
(First: Episode 0515)
Cartoon The O in STOP bounces around, and the other letters tell it to stop.
Artists: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0149)
Cartoon M is for Moo
Music: Larry Rosen and Charles Myers
(First: Episode 0276)
Muppets Little Bird plays an imagination game, closing his eyes and imagining he hears sounds. At the end of the game, he imagines that he hears a scary monster -- and when he opens his eyes, Herry Monster is there, growling at him.
(First: Episode 0148)
Cartoon "Jazz #2" (repeat)
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Lemurs rest on tree branches.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0390)
Cartoon Stop! (Moving Colored STOP signs in fast-motion)
(First: Episode 0776)
Cartoon K-kick (repeat)
SCENE 4 Big Bird plays the red light in a game of "Red Light, Green Light" as the sponsors are announced.

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