Sesame Street
Air date February 14, 1980
Season Season 11 (1979-1980)
Sponsors A, C, 9
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Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 David aimlessly wipes down the counter at Hooper's Store, which is devoid of customers. Luis comes in and David explains how he feels this way whenever the store is empty. He continues to mope as Maria, Gordon and many kids begin filling the store, though he doesn't notice the commotion while in his funk. Oscar stops by and empathizes with David, claiming he would be sad too if everyone was having so much fun around him. David finally notices the crowd and his outlook brightens.
Cartoon Vaudeville duo Herman Happy and Stanley Sad sing a song about how they live up to their names.
(First: Episode 0772)
Film A gym instructor helps children perform a variety of stretching and bending exercises.
(First: Episode 1018)
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie and Bert are watching TV, but Bert gets bored and decides to play a record. Ernie tells him to turn down the volume, but Bert won't, so Ernie drowns out Bert's music by playing the radio. Bert then retaliates by turning on the blender. With all four things running at once, they blow a fuse, causing a total blackout in their apartment. Bert goes outside to fix the fuse box, while Ernie turns off all the things that were running. When the lights come back on, they decide to play cards instead of fight.
(First: Episode 0003)
Cartoon mydoghappy
Cartoon A boy demonstrates why his dog's name is Happy.
(First: Episode 0537)
SCENE 2 Luis and Gordon supervise as the kids put different mouths on some faces.
Cartoon Speech Balloon: C for carrot
(First: Episode 0203)
Celebrity Fonzie and Richie Cunningham count to 10.
(First: Episode 1160)
Cartoon A chair displays the word SIT, and a beast sits on him.
(First: Episode 0399)
Film Hands - Wall (2:32)
Cartoon A flea sets up camp on a dog.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1004)
SCENE 3 Maria, Gordon and the kids see Oscar's trash can area has been transformed into "Oscar's Museum of Grouch Art Masterpieces." Oscar shows them the various, famous Grouch works they have in the collection, consisting of Grouchified versions of Thomas Lawrence's Pinkie, a Paul Cézanne still life (with rotten fruit), Thomas Gainsborough's The Blue Boy, and the Mona Lisa (sitting in a trash can). Oscar even has his own painting in the collection, Two Silly Hobos (depicting Gordon and Maria as such).
Cartoon The weary traveler asks the Wise Man to demonstrate "here" and "there." He does so by throwing his household items off the cliff.
(First: Episode 0769)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentKermit and Trey talk about how to get from one place to another.
(First: Episode 0548)
Song "Sticky"
(First: Episode 1352)
Cartoon Jazz Alphabet: male vocalists shout each letter.
(First: Episode 0619)
Insert Bob and Janice point out that C stands for "coat."
(First: Episode 1142)
Film "I'm Your Friend," with film of kids playing.
(First: Episode 1341)
Muppets The Count croons "Count Up to Nine."
(First: Episode 1134)
Cartoon Jazz #9
(First: Episode 0137)
Film A boy and his dad build a bookshelf out of wood.
(First: Episode 1029)
Insert Bob's piano playing disturbs Mr. Hooper.
(First: Episode 1133)
Cartoon A man (Jim Thurman) is told that his dog looks thirsty, and says that his dog is a hot dog.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 1180)
Muppets An Anything Muppet boy goes to the lost and found to reclaim his lost letter C. As he tries to describe it, the clerk produces a myriad of items - a pizza, a ball, an orange, a Rolling Stones record, a letter O and G. The clerk finally finds the missing C and stashes the other items away, which turn out to also belong to the boy.
Cartoon C is for Canary
(First: Episode 0703)
Cast David and Luis come across two sets of boxes - a pyramid of 10, and a single box. Numbers appear above, misattributing the value of each set. Instead of correcting the amount of boxes on each side of the screen, they simply remove the 0 from the 10 and move it to the other side.
(First: Episode 1281)
Cartoon C is for Cowboy
(First: Episode 0703)
SCENE 4 Gordon talks with the kids about things that make them happy and sad.
Film Joe Raposo: Swinging Gibbon
(First: Episode 0009)
Muppets / Cast Bob sings "Anybody Can Sing" with the Anything Muppets.
A for ape toon
Cartoon A for Ape (who crashes into a tree and forms a SHAPE)
(First: Episode 0602)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentGrover asks Brian to explain which of them is "you" and which is "me."
(First: Episode 0294)
Cartoon A boy tries to count to twenty while playing with a paddleball, but gets interrupted by a bird.
(First: Episode 0152)
Cartoon A girl draws an A, for apple.
(EKA: Episode 1107)
SCENE 5 David finds a note in Hooper's Store from somebody who visited earlier when he was gone, but they promise to be back later to pick up their lunch order. The note is sign, "Love, ME'." David wonders who the note could be from, but finds more clues in the P.S. sections (plus the back) of the note - the customer wants a big bowl, they don't eat with a spoon and requesting some birdseed sprinkled on top. David realizes the note is from Big Bird, who then enters the store asking if his lunch is ready. David explains that reading the note took so long, he hasn't made the food yet. Big Bird responds, "What's the problem? I said it was from me didn't I??"
Cartoon Two cavemen argue, each chanting "Me!" A large monolith bearing the word ME puts fear in both of them.
(First: Episode 0793)
SCENE 5 cont'd Big Bird and David debate over how Big Bird signed the note as the sponsors are announced.

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