Sesame Street
The Small People of Sesame Street
Air date February 5, 1980
Season Season 11 (1979-1980)
Sponsors B, K, 10
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Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Big Bird presides over the meeting of the "Small People of Sesame Street," which mainly consists of the kids (he's a member because of his age, not his height). He shows Susan a list they've made of all the reasons being big is best, when Susan sings about the differences between them and "Big People." Big Bird concedes that being small is a good thing and takes a vote to ensure they stay small "for a while."
Cartoon "K" - Kangaroo - A man (voiced by Gary Owens) explains what a kangaroo is, and ends up in the pouch of one.
(First: Episode 0141)
Muppets Kermit is a casting director, holding auditions for a performance of "The Three Little Pigs". The pigs who initially try out get the part of the three little pigs, but three different wolves of different sizes try out for the part of the Big Bad Wolf.
(First: Episode 1283)
Cartoon K for keyhole, ketchup, and kitten
(EKA: Episode 0515)
Sesame Street Happy Days
Celebrity Fonzie and Richie Cunningham relate the ABCs.
(First: Episode 1176)
Cartoon A bird subtracts two balloons from a group of three.
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0530)
Kermit Draws K
Muppets Kermit draws the letter K on the screen with his "magic finger."
(First: Episode 0515)
Cartoon K - Kangaroo
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1160)
Muppets Old West: Sinister Sam is looking for the biggest man in the saloon. The frightened customers point him towards Big Barney, who's cowering under the table. When Sam discovers that Barney is the biggest man there, he gives him a hat: "This ol' hat here don't fit me. I thought maybe you could use it, huh? I'll see you, fellers." Sinister Sam leaves the baffled customers behind. "Now, that's a nice gesture," one says. "He's a little weird, but he's okay after all, isn't he?"
(First: Episode 0281)
Song "Spanish Foods Song"
(First: Episode 1111)
Cartoon The Mighty Elephant (1:16)
(EKA: Episode 1166)
SCENE 2 Maria becomes frustrated when Barkley, in a fit of play, causes her to spill her groceries. She offhandedly wishes he were smaller, when the Amazing Mumford arrives and believes he can fulfill such a request. Barkley is turned into a little dog, but Maria convinces Mumford to bring the original Barkley back. Barkley returns, but with the little dog's voice. Mumford tries fixing this too, only now Barkley starts meowing. Mumford observes, "Nobody's perfect."
Cartoon Big, bigger and biggest elephants
(First: Episode 0389)
Letters form FUN
Insert Jerry Nelson narrates three letters coming together to form the word FUN. The letters celebrate with confetti and streamers.
(First: Episode 0458)
Cartoon Sign Man: HOT DOG
(First: Episode 1142)
Film A band plays and children dance at a Cinco de Mayo celebration.
(First: Episode 0438)
Cartoon The Typewriter: K is for Key
(EKA: Episode 0913)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster sounds out "feet," and then the camera pans back to reveal a pair of live feet on some grass.
(First: Episode 1289)
SCENE 3 Sherlock Hemlock studies a large bone, slipper and bowl and comes to the conclusion that a large dinosaur is loose on Sesame Street. The items all turn out to belong to Barkley.
Animation Sand B / b
(First: Episode 0627)
Muppets Grover is astonished to find that he's multiplied into four Grovers.
(First: Episode 0718)
Cartoon B for butterfly
(First: Episode 0006)
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: A widow bird flies from one tree to another.
(First: Episode 0391)
Cartoon A photographer tries to look for some animals quietly, but they all end up secretly following him.
(First: Episode 0799)
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie is thirsty, and imagines that he's drinking nice cold water. Irritated, Bert tells him to go get a real glass of water. Ernie does, but then he annoys Bert by saying that now he's hungry.
(First: Episode 0459)
Cartoon Jazz #10
(First: Episode 0193)
Insert Farley thinks about what he wants to be when he grows up.
(First: Episode 1075)
Film The Mad Painter #10
(First: Episode 0328)
Muppets Ernie & Bert — After Bert gets mad at Ernie, Ernie imagines what life would be like without Bert.
(First: Episode 1034)
Cartoon "Ten Turtles"
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0425)
SCENE 4 Count von Count counts the deep breaths he and the kids take.
Cartoon Jazz #10 (Spanish version)
(First: Episode 0306)
Muppets Baby Rocky performs "Cry" from his crib.
(First: Episode 1107)
Film David narrates some films showing the homes of animals.
(First: Episode 0452)
SCENE 5 Bob finds Oscar in the midst of training his skunk, Stinky, to do tricks (or rather not do tricks).
Song "Sharing Swing with Kids Song"
(First: Episode 0926)
Cartoon A red man illustrates abierto, while an angry blue man shows cerrado.
(First: Episode 0784)
Film A film insert of kittens playing, with child voiceovers in English and Spanish.
(First: Episode 0429)
Muppets Cookie Monster is about to eat a cookie, when a sad-looking girl approaches and stares at him. He tries to eat the cookie, but can't do it. He breaks the cookie in half and shares the cookie with the girl. He eats his half of the cookie. When the girl eats her half, she eats it just like Cookie Monster.
(First: Episode 0623)
Cartoon The Square
(First: Episode 0536)
SCENE 6 Stinky continues to not do anything and Oscar instructs Bob to reward him with some food.

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