Sesame Street
David and Mr. Hooper argue
Air date April 5, 1982
Season Season 13 (1981-1982)
Sponsors L, P, 7
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Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Telly comes into Hooper's Store for an oatmeal breakfast, believing starting the day out right with a good breakfast will prevent anything wrong happening in the rest of the day. David and Mr. Hooper discover they're out of oatmeal and argue over whose fault it is. Telly believes he's caused the argument, but they assure him they're merely having a "misunderstanding" and it's not his fault. Olivia comes in and orders some oatmeal as well. Sensing what will happen next, Telly tells Olivia it won't be her fault.
Cartoon A captain and a first mate think they have planned ahead well for their trip at sea, but they forgot to take in the anchor.
(First: Episode 1591)
Muppets Ernie & BertBert says it's Ernie's turn to go to the laundromat. He puts numerous things in the laundry basket, including storybooks, cookies, his boots, and a radio. Before long, the basket has no room for the laundry, so he decides to go play baseball instead.
(First: Episode 0458)
SCENE 2 The Amazing Mumford has heard about David and Mr. Hooper's verbal tussle and believes he has the solution - magically make them forget their fight. Sure enough, his trick works and they act as if they hadn't been fighting at all. Mumford proceeds to order some oatmeal, setting them off once more.
Song Joe Raposo sings "Weaver Bird."
(First: Episode 0372)
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: Kermit tries to tell the story of the Three Little Pigs, but five pigs show up. He realizes he's encountered the wrong group of pigs -- one of these pigs went to market, one stayed home, and so on (alluding to the game of "This Little Piggy"). Just as he gets things straight, the Big Bad Wolf shows up and, determined not to have his fun spoiled, huffs and puffs Kermit away.
(First: Episode 0737)
Film Photographic collage demonstration of ALL, MOST, SOME and NONE of an apple.
(First: Episode 0979)
SCENE 3 Big Bird comes into the store and tries to mediate the argument. Mr. Hooper recalls when he asked David to get more oatmeal - the previous evening, he was checking what items needed to be re-stocked. Forgetful Jones strolls in and offers to help, but his typical forgetfulness confuses Mr. Hooper enough that he forgets to tell David to get more oatmeal. The two make up and briefly argue again over who will now get more oatmeal.
Cartoon L es para luz
(First: Episode 0373)
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)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: L for Light
(First: Episode 0147)
George ontopof
Film George the Farmer shows on top of.
(First: Episode 0242)
Cartoon A cube tries to fit through wall holes of different shapes.
(First: Episode 1452)

Muppets Maria reads the "Legend of Lord Lester." Lord Lester and his wife, Lady Lulu, love the letter L so much, they send their loyal lackey Louie to fetch things that start with L. He returns with a multitude of items, becoming so exhausted, he quits and decides to live in a lighthouse.
(First: Episode 1149)
Cartoon "L Look Around Song"
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1483)
Song Joe Raposo sings "Touch, Hold, Feel."
(First: Episode 0504)
Cartoon A man jumps into a poster of Lake Lillian.
(First: Episode 0347)
Film An Hispanic boy gets up, gets dressed, and goes to school as Spanish music plays (A la luna no voy yo).
(First: Episode 0429)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: L--Loud
(First: Episode 0783)
Celebrity Ray Charles sings his own version of "The Alphabet Song."
(First: Episode 1060)
Cartoon A young man carrying a brown paper bag walks up to the bridgekeeper and asks him if he works there. He orders him to show him whatever circles are in the bag, and to eat them. He is ordered to eat three round foods: a cookie, a pepperoni pizza, and a slice of watermelon. Once he is granted permission to cross the bridge, however, he tells the bridgekeeper that he was merely trying to deliver the latter's groceries.
(First: Episode 1582)
Film Apples slowly grow on an apple tree.
(First: Episode 0093)
Cartoon 7 Starfish
Artist: Owe Gustafson
(First: Episode 1473)
Muppets Cookie Monster and Ernie: Cookie Monster appears to Ernie as the Cookie Bunny.
(First: Episode 1147)
Cartoon The Alligator King
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0411)
Animation A dune buggy is assembled.
(First: Episode 0506)
Cast Linda holds up a "One Way" sign for Damion Brown in front of Big Bird's nest construction doors. Damion reads the word, then learns to sign it.
(First: Episode 1066)
Muppets A greaser sings about his relationship that was almost ruined by a "One Way" sign.
(First: Episode 0973)
Film Lemurs leap and play in a zoo cage.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0032)
Cartoon Willie Wimple: Tree Destruction
Artist: Abe Levitow
(First: Episode 0516)
Film A gymnast demonstrates 'on' and 'off'.
(First: Episode 0526)
Celebrity Whitman Mayo tries to display the concept of UP, but soon discovers that he can't stay up in the air when he jumps. However, a group of kids can jump and stay up in the air (with the help of video trickery).
(First: Episode 1162)
Film Zoo Keeper (3:10)
(First: Episode 1641)
Cartoon A painter paints all around the screen, eventually painting over himself.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0268)
SCENE 4 Mr. Snuffleupagus dons a tie for the occasion of meeting Big Bird's friends. Big Bird sees Olivia and Maria are already waiting by 123 Sesame Street, but Snuffy is much too nervous to leave and asks Big Bird to bring them to the nest instead. As Big Bird leaves, Snuffy feels he should be wearing a different tie and goes home to change. Maria and Olivia naturally have no interest in meeting Big Bird's imaginary friend, while the Count agrees to so he has something new to count. Since Snuffy has left, the nest area is empty, so the Count instead uses his imagination to count Snuffleupaguses.
Cartoon P is for Pillow
(First: Episode 0374)
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment — Heather and Grover stand up, then sit back down.
(First: Episode 1383)
Cartoon What if I had big feet?
(First: Episode 0514)
SCENE 4 cont'd The Count keeps counting imaginary Snuffleupaguses, when Snuffy returns with a new tie. The Count is too busy counting to notice this. Snuffy compliments the Count's imagination.

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