Sesame Street
Weather signs with Timi
Air date March 22, 1979
Season Season 10 (1978-1979)
Sponsors J, X, 8
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Picture Segment Description
COLD OPEN 10th Season Intro Still
SCENE 1 At Hooper's Store, Timi, David, Maria and Linda have lunch. Timi asks for the salt, pepper and sugar, which are on Linda's side of the counter. Those in-between the two learn the signs for each so Linda can pass them down. When Linda is served her lunch, she starts the process all over again, so everyone hands her the items at once, plus some ketchup. Observing all the signing, Mr. Hooper notes, "You learn a lot in the candy store business!"
Cartoon A little man misplaces his J under his hat.
(First: Episode 0231)
Muppets Here is Your Life
Disguised as a dentist, Guy Smiley surprises a tooth at a dentist's office. The tooth is reunited with healthy food (represented by Carl Carrot and Melvin Milk), his dentist, and toothbrush/toothpaste pair Bristly and Pastey.
(First: Episode 1057)
Scrapyard baler.jpg
Film A magnetic scrapyard baler is used to lift cars into a compacter.
(First: Episode 0024)
Cartoon Consonant Sound: J, jaguar
(First: Episode 1144)
Cast Bob demonstrates a J word - juggle.
(First: Episode 1169)
Film Baby animals nurse.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0546)
Muppets Biff sings "This Is My J."
(First: Episode 1169)
SCENE 2 David finds a note left on Oscar's trash can: "Gone to my country residence. Get Lost, Oscar." David wonders where this could be...
Insert While strolling through Central Park, Gordon accidentally lets his sandwich wrapper fall to the ground instead of the litter basket. Oscar emerges from within and explains the importance of not littering, especially because of a deal he made with the local Parks Department - any trash in the can belongs to him. Gordon, Maria and the kids collect more litter for Oscar, who feels as though he's in Heaven.
Cartoon "The J Commercial:" Two boys scrutinize a J, saying it looks like a fish-hook. A resonant voice (Gary Owens) informs them that it's the letter J. This leads to a jazzy story about Joe. Moral: "Don't jive a judge by jamming a junebug."
Studio: Ken Snyder; Director: Fred Calvert
(First: Episode 0009)
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie's doctor comes over. Ernie keeps trying to tell the doctor why he called him, but the doctor is too occupied with checking on Ernie, hardly allowing him to get a word in edgewise.
(First: Episode 0137)
Cartoon Two groups of mountain goats try to pass each other on a mountain road.
(First: Episode 0780)
Film Scenes of individuals running from around the world.
(First: Episode 0669)
Cartoon Some kids wander into the word OPEN, where there's a party going on.
(First: Episode 0394)

Film Future careers: footage of a kid acting out a certain job, followed by an adult doing "the real thing." Includes a girl singing the "Sesame Street Theme" and another watching a sketch with Cookie Monster and Kermit the Frog.
(First: Episode 0796)
Cartoon J - Jam
(First: Episode 0012)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentBig Bird and Scotty read a "ONE WAY" sign.
(First: Episode 1051)
Cartoon Sign Sounds: One Way
(First: Episode 1125)
Film A bumble bee
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0082)
Cartoon The Story of Cowboy X, with the voices of Jean Shepherd
(First: Episode 0325)
Muppets The Martians examine a grandfather clock.
(First: Episode 0407)
Cartoon The Typewriter gets a check-up with help from an x-ray.
(First: Episode 0787)
SCENE 3 Timi shows the kids the sign for "snow." She and David sing "Snow, Quiet Snow," as Linda and the kids make the sign whenever the word "snow" is mentioned.
Cartoon Jazz #8
(First: Episode 0016)
Muppets Ernie & Bert — After watching the Jazz #8 cartoon, Ernie gets Bert to play a game with him, in which he says, "I one the sandbox," and Bert says, "I two the sandbox,” and so on until Bert gets to "I eight the sandbox." "You ate the sandbox? How'd it taste?" Ernie asks.
(First: Episode 0019)
Film A boy talks about feeding sheep in the winter.
Music: Robert Dennis
(First: Episode 0786)
Muppets Kermit the Frog uses his "magic finger" to make triangles.
(First: Episode 0798)
Cartoon "Candy Man"
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0359)
Grover mountain.jpg
Muppets Grover climbs a mountain and counts from one to ten with his own echo.
(First: Episode 0949)
Cartoon I thought a thought ... about circles. (Spanish dub)
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0434)
SCENE 4 Timi now shows everyone the sign for "rain." Big Bird points out that a rainfall has now begun.
Cartoon A small frog unveils a smaller man, who unveils the smallest elephant.
(First: Episode 0786)
Muppets Cookie Monster and Ernie: Cookie Monster appears to Ernie as the Cookie Bunny.
(First: Episode 1147)
Ice cream top of cone.jpg
Animation A scoop of ice cream makes its way to the top of a cone.
(First: Episode 0505)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentGrover and John-John count a penny.
(First: Episode 0438)
Cartoon A cat, bird and worm illustrate small, smaller and smallest.
(First: Episode 0830)
SCENE 5 Oscar looks for his glass to use while milking his cow, Chloris. Maria points out that the glass is too small to collect milk in, but Oscar pays her no mind. He milks Chloris, who puts up a struggle. Oscar returns empty handed, but points out the milk that's gotten all over his furnishings.
Film Milk! (From Farm To Market To Home)
(First: Episode 0795)
Cartoon AT words: A fat cat with a hat sat on a mat. A bat scared the fat cat.
(First: Episode 1101)
Muppets Two Anything Muppet kids argue over a cookie. Cookie Monster arrives and says that the smallest person should get the cookie, and then, as the kids argue over which one is smaller, Cookie Monster shrinks himself.
(First: Episode 0253)
Cartoon Dot Bridge #7 (0:34)
SCENE 6 Timi now shows one last weather sign, the sign for "wind." Big Bird doesn't feel a breeze coming afterwards, oddly.

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