Sesame Street
Plot Oscar learns some Grouch phrases in Spanish
repeat of 0941
Air date February 6, 1979
Season Season 10 (1978-1979)
Sponsors C, G, 6
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Picture Segment Description
COLD OPEN 10th Season Intro Still
SCENE 1 In the early hours of the morning, Luis strolls over to the Fix-It Shop and discovers the door is already unlocked, then hears a crash from within. He suspects a robber is in the store and calls the police. Two officers show up to catch the culprit, which turns out to be Maria, who also got in early to do some work.
Cartoon A scientist adds legs, feet, then knees to his robot and tells it to walk, but it dances out of shot instead (as does the scientist).
(First: Episode 1119)
Film A boy makes fruit salad.
(First: Episode 1195)
Cartoon A man (voice of Bob Arbogast) talks about his favorite letter, C, which is for cat. He opens a door to reveal a lion.
(First: Episode 0029)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentCookie Monster and Jason identify the letter C, for carrot.
(First: Episode 1205)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: C for carrot
(First: Episode 0203)
Muppets Harvey Kneeslapper looks inside a paper bag and laughs and asks his next victim, "Wanna see?" The man says yes, so Harvey puts a letter C on him.
(First: Episode 0294)
Cartoon C - Cake
(First: Episode 0153)
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Skeleton fish.
(First: Episode 0287)
Insert Bob, Luis and Gordon sing "Three Musketeers."
(First: Episode 1052)
Celebrity Arthur Ashe shows over and under.
(First: Episode 0809)
Muppets Kermit's Lectures: Cookie Monster helps Kermit the Frog illustrate through.
(First: Episode 0289)
Film An ice cream man hands a boy too many cones. The boy cries out for "HELP" and some kids eat the extras.
(First: Episode 0484)
SCENE 2 Oscar peruses a Spanish dictionary to learn how to tell people to leave his can alone. Mr. Hooper, Maria and Linda pass by and Oscar tells them off in both English and Spanish, then realizes he doesn't know any signs to give to Linda.
Cartoon A bee looks for a flower.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 0616)

Muppets Waiter Grover: Grover opens a menu and shows Mr. Johnson a large picture of the special sandwich, which comes with potato chips on the side, a pickle on the top, and olive stuck in with a toothpick. When the sandwich arrives, Mr. Johnson complains that it doesn't match the picture on the menu -- it doesn't have potato chips, a pickle or an olive.
(First: Episode 0332)
Cartoon Birds appear around the numerals one through twenty as jazz music plays.
Artists: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0134)
Film City alphabet (Joe Raposo instrumental with kid voiceover)
(First: Episode 0132)
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 Abierto: Ali Baba arrives a bit late and gets run over by the 40 thieves leaving.
(First: Episode 0467)
Film African children play in a village, and in a modern playground.
(First: Episode 0159)
SCENE 3 Big Bird feels like having a friendly chat with somebody and designates Linda as his conversation partner. Linda, however, is unable to talk, carrying two large packages in her arms.
Cartoon G is for Glue
Artists: The Hubleys
(EKA: Episode 0279)
Film A boy compares the growth of the sunflowers to his own height.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0589)
Muppets Ernie & Bert — Early in the morning, Ernie sees some pigeons through the window, and wonders if he should wake Bert.
(First: Episode 1187)
Cartoon A wizard walks through a door. A boy in pajamas tries to imitate him without success.
(First: Episode 1042)
Insert Bob and the kids sing "Right in the Middle of My Face."
(First: Episode 0892)
Cartoon B for Beard (poem by Edward Lear)
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1147)
Film Slidemaker (1:29)
Muppets Super Grover: Young Willy Nilly is scared to get his hair cut. Super Grover tells Willy that haircuts are scary, but he must be brave. However, a barber shows them both that haircuts do not hurt, and soon they are no longer afraid of hair cuts.
(First: Episode 0717)
1095l Cartoon C is for Candle (the candle blows back)
(First: Episode 0703)
SCENE 4 Everyone is planning a surprise birthday party for Mr. Hooper and concoct a plan to keep it a surprise - they'll each separately buy something for the party to keep him from catching on, while Big Bird ensures he stays inside Hooper's Store until they're done setting up. The party really surprises Mr. Hooper, as he had forgotten the occasion himself.
Cartoon Donnie Budd sings about six snails.
(First: Episode 0324)
Muppets Kermit the Frog counts six happy little Twiddlebugs, and when he is finished, the Twiddlebugs have a party.
(First: Episode 0280)
Cartoon "I'm six years old today!"
(First: Episode 0357)
Film A bumble bee
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0082)
Muppets Pageant: The Four Seasons
(First: Episode 1165)
Animation Sand C / c
(First: Episode 0625)
SCENE 5 Goodbye

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