Sesame Street
Hawaii Day 5 – Big Bird and Snuffy find the Snuffleupagus Mountain at last
(repeat of 1094)
Air date March 6, 1980
Season Season 11 (1979-1980)
Sponsors G, K, 5
This episode guide has been compiled from materials at the CTW Archives.

Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 Still determined to find Mount Snuffleupagus, Big Bird and Snuffy take some kids along on their journey. They spot "Mount Sleeping Giant", which looks like a giant man sleeping.
Cartoon A goose and gander visit the land of the G's.
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1141)
Muppets Anything Muppets sing "Oh, G" in praise of the letter G.
(First: Episode 1167)
1095s Cartoon G is for Goat
(First: Episode 0085)

SCENE 2 As it rains, Keola and some kids sing "Three Blind Mice."
Cartoon A man shows the viewers his "YES" machine.
(First: Episode 0822)
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie decides to set up an apple-selling stand, and has everything he needs, leaving out the apples.
(First: Episode 1219)
SCENE 3 Oscar learns, to his detriment, that aloha means good things.
Cartoon Thelma Thumb: Thelma rescues an acrobat in the circus when the trapeze breaks.
Artist: John Korty
Muppets "Disco Toothbrush"
(First: Episode 1314)
Film A giant panda walks around.
(First: Episode 0920)

SCENE 4 Mr. Hooper, determined to show he's still got guts at his age, decides to try surfing in the Hawaiian ocean. The experience is stiffeningly exciting -- he's ready to go again!
Cartoon The Ringmaster #5: Five fantastic floating fools fall from the big blue blimp.
(First: Episode 1310)
Muppets Kermit tests two blindfolded monsters and asks them which number they're feeling. Herry Monster minus his blindfold describes how he knew the number was a five and in the process breaks the five into pieces. Cookie Monster attempts to feel the number and Kermit tells him that he can't since its broken. Cookie Monster devours the pieces and tells Kermit it tastes like a five.
(First: Episode 1200)

SCENE 5 Bob and Mr. Hooper play with the kids in the ocean.
Cartoon A horse is drawn as kids guess what it is.
(EKA: Episode 0912)
Muppets The Rhymies go camping, but a bear disrupts their campsite.
Film The Mad Painter #5
(First: Episode 0345)
SCENE 6 Counting to ten in Hawaiian
Cartoon A man appears out of a yo-yo string and narrates two poems about over, under, around, and through: one about a fish swimming around the wreck of the good ship Mary Lou, and another about a worm who eats through the center of an apple.
Artist: Jeff Hale
Muppets Mr. Johnson has been served a bowl of soup, but flags down his waiter to make a complaint. He asks Grover to inspect the fly that's in his soup, but Grover looks under, next to, and on the soup before he agrees to bring out a new bowl. The kitchen is all out of what Mr. Johnson ordered, so he brings him Cream of Mosquito.
(First: Episode 1134)
SCENE 7 Snuffy talks to his mommy on the phone.
1094 Buffy I Like to Use My Ears
SCENE 8 On the beach, Buffy sings "I Like to Use My Ears" to the kids.
Topi Antelopes YES
Film Topi antelopes nod "yes."
Music by Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0411)
Cartoon Is snow cold? Yes!
(First: Episode 0822)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentHerry Monster and Laurie identify different shapes.
(First: Episode 0881)

SCENE 9 Bob and Maria look at various shells. Oscar has a shell of his own, which squirts in Maria's face when she looks at it!
Cartoon "Poverty K" - Karen the Kangaroo talks about words that start with the letter K. Featuring the sped-up voice of Gene Moss.
(First: Episode 0142)
Muppets Two-Headed Monster: HAT
(First: Episode 1349)

SCENE 10 You can supposedly hear the ocean if you put a sea shell up to your ear. Coincidentally, you can also hear the sounds of the city if you listen to Oscar's tin can! (But if you're Maria, it'll squirt in your face.)
Mandrill carry
Film A mandrill carries her young.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0039)
Cartoon The Typewriter: K is for Key
(EKA: Episode 0913)
Transition Bridge #4 - Tank Filling (0:13)

SCENE 11 Snuffy prepares to take a rest again, at a mountain they've been near before ... lo and behold, it is the very mountain they've been searching for! They've finally found Mount Ihu Papa'a Lo'ihi Nui -- Mount Snuffleupagus!
The adults finally catch up with Big Bird and tell him it's time to go home. Needless to say, they don't believe his exciting story. After they leave, the ground trembles as the mysterious mythical creature moves over and settles down for another 100 years. Maria announces the sponsors.

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