Sesame Street
Plot Mr. Snuffleupagus cleans his pajamas
Air date February 27, 1978
Season Season 9 (1977-1978)
Sponsors M, N, 11
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Picture Segment Description
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SCENE 1 Count von Count assembles David, Olivia, Mr. Hooper and some kids out on the stoop. The group complains that it's four in the morning, but the Count needs their help showing next to and his bat, Luba, only works nights. She flies next to everyone and various surrounding things. She and the Count head home after seeing everyone else has fallen asleep.
Toon.Chickenheart
Cartoon What if we celebrate Valentine's Day with chickens instead of hearts?
(First: Episode 0488)
EBTag
Film Ernie & BertErnie plays a game of tag with Bert, who is reading his book.
(First: Episode 1026)
FallingApples2
Animation Apples fall from a tree, which bothers the hill beneath it, as Irish music underscores the segment.
Artist: Etienne Delessert
(First: Episode 0628)
Film-EagleRoads
Film Kids comment over footage of an eagle's view of different kinds of roads.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0377)
Clumsyhole
Cartoon Christopher Clumsy jumps over a hole and says that he fooled the viewer. He then walks into a wall.
(First: Episode 0439)
Chaplin One Way 2
Cast Maria as Chaplin skits: Chaplin tries walking against a stream of foot traffic following a sign that reads ONE WAY.
(First: Episode 1048)
Imaginarycar
Cartoon A girl imagines being next to a tree, a house and a car. "Now I'm going over there," she says. "There's nothing here to be next to!"
(First: Episode 0782)
Itchy-Panda
Film A panda tries to scratch an itch.
(First: Episode 0931)
Gnomes flower vase
Cartoon Three little men climb up the three flower stems.
(First: Episode 0634)
Noimage
Cast Luis and the kids put together a fractured letter N.
(First: Episode 0938)
1396u
Cartoon Hats
(First: Episode 0773)
NancyNannyGoat
Cartoon Nancy the nanny goat nibbles her nails and notices noodles.
Artist: Tee Collins
(First: Episode 0240)
3150k
Cartoon A tiny ant pushes the huge N into its place in the alphabet.
(First: Episode 0780)
Sully-LoveSong
Muppets / Celebrity Biff and Sully recruit Judy Collins into their singing group - YES and they sing the group's theme song.
(First: Episode 0961)
3212.SandN
Animation Sand N / n
(First: Episode 0633)
SSNews.MissMuffet
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash
Kermit meets Little Miss Muffet, who sits on her water bed, eats crunchy granola, and is not afraid of the spider, who ends up frightening Kermit away.
(First: Episode 0601)
Lowercase n
Cartoon "Lowercase n"
(First: Episode 0358)
Butterflies
Film A film of butterflies
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0406)
Clumsy.2holes
Cartoon Christopher Clumsy jumps over a hole, and falls into another hole.
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0439)
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SCENE 2 The Count listens to Olivia read the story "The Two Headed Monster", enacted by the titular monster. The book is about how the monster cannot decide on what to do because both heads want to do different things. Eventually they learn that together, they are able to lift weights, play doctor ("Kildare! Kildare!"), play the piano ("Tchaikovsky! Mozart!"), and eat a salami-and-cheese sandwich.
2040q
Insert Three of These Kids (upside-down girl)
(First: Episode 0413)
Title 01 40 0001
Cartoon The word "YES" follows a man.
(First: Episode 0875)
Grover mountain
Muppets Grover climbs a mountain and counts from one to ten with his own echo.
(First: Episode 0949)
George counttoten
Film George the Farmer uses barrels to count to ten.
(First: Episode 0293)
Snow-yes
Cartoon Is snow cold? Yes!
(First: Episode 0822)
Beep
Muppets An Anything Muppet teaches another to count by singing "Beep."
(First: Episode 0768)
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SCENE 3 Mr. Hooper is about to hang up his laundry on the overhead washline, when Big Bird enters. He also has something to dry - a pair of pajamas, but he doesn't think there will be enough room on the line. Mr. Hooper is certain one pair of pajamas, even as big as Big Bird's, won't create an issue and tells him to hang them up while answers a gag call from his cousin Hymie. Mr. Hooper exits the store and sees a giant pair of pajamas taking up the entire clothesline. Big Bird claims they belong to Mr. Snuffleupagus.
MadPainter11
Film The Mad Painter #11
(First: Episode 0329)
Pinball 11
Cartoon Pinball Number Count #11
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0988)
1800-30
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie tells Bert about his so-called "boring" day at the zoo.
(First: Episode 0020)
1957-Lines
Animation Three lines attempt to individually reach the top of the TV screen, but fail. They succeed after they combine all of their lengths.
(First: Episode 0288)
Toon.Clam
Cartoon A clam tells a fisherman why he's not catching any fish: he pulled all the plants out of the pond.
(First: Episode 0408)
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SCENE 4 Snuffy happens by to check on his pajamas. Big Bird claims Mr. Hooper isn't happy about the situation, so Snuffy offers to dry them faster using "snuffle power," causing a big windstorm outside.
Secretdrawingm
Cartoon Today's Secret Drawing: the letter M
(First: Episode 0131)
Film.Listen
Film "Listen ..." to various sounds, including the ocean, a heart beating, a clock ticking, a horse galloping, crickets chirping, a passing train, and others.
(First: Episode 0951)
Little Bird next to Cookie Monster
Muppets Little Bird explains "next to". Then Cookie Monster cuddles up next to Little Bird.
(First: Episode 0167)
Seesawtoon
Cartoon A small man tries to use a seesaw, but can't get his associate (a very large man) to go up.
Counting20boxes
Film Counting 20 boxes
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0510)
Signman.DIRTY
Cartoon Sign Man: DIRTY
1091-04
Film Things that start with M
(First: Episode 0620)
Dots7
Cartoon Dot Bridge (raspberry)
(First: Episode 0014)
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SCENE 5 Over at Big Bird's nest, Big Bird and Snuffy iron his pajamas as Mr. Hooper announces the sponsors.


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