Sesame Street
Air date December 9, 1982
Season Season 14 (1982-1983)
Written by Tom Dunsmuir
Production October 21, 1982
Sponsors G, T, 3
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 In the morning, a hungry Big Bird visits Hooper's Store for breakfast, and notices that none of the seats are taken. David tells him he can sit anywhere, but while Big Bird decides where to sit, Luis and Maria enter and sit down, which means that some seats are now taken. Big Bird continues to decide who to sit next to, when some kids enter and sit down, so now all of the seats are taken. When they see how hungry Big Bird is, they immediately empty their seats out of consideration.
Cartoon Either none, some or all of a pony's legs are on the ground as it runs and trots.
Muppets Bip Bippadotta and friends show none, some and all.
(First: Episode 0615)
Film A boy talks about what his little sister can do now that she's not a baby anymore.
(First: Episode 1402)
Film A marching band counts from 1 to 20.
(First: Episode 0504)
Muppets Ernie & BertBert asks Ernie to help him carry his heavy groceries, but Ernie is too busy thinking about all the things he can do as he sits in a chair: breathing, listening, and smelling.
(First: Episode 1449)
Cartoon A schoolyard of gloves invites other gloves to join them.
(First: Episode 1481)
Film Building a log cabin
(First: Episode 0602)
Cartoon An aviator and his son cooperate to start their plane.
Artist: Tom Gabbay
(First: Episode 1476)
Film / Cast Gordon rides his bike around the city.
(First: Episode 0927)
Cartoon The Typewriter has an electric train.
(First: Episode 0785)
Chicken Soup Needs a Spoon
Muppets Waiter Grover: Grover serves Mr. Johnson a bowl of chicken soup. Johnson says that he can't eat the soup, and Grover can't guess why. "That settles it," Johnson sighs. "From now on, I'm bringing my lunch to work in a paper sack." He finally explains to Grover that he can't eat the soup because he doesn't have a spoon.
(First: Episode 0358)
Animation Sand T/t
(First: Episode 0636)
Cartoon In still photographs, a boy asks his friend what his mother does. The mother's shoes become animated, as she describes what she did today. She turns out to be a policewoman.
(First: Episode 1578)
Film The letter T is a very useful letter.
(First: Episode 0402)
Muppets A shark sings about his "Perfectly Pearl-White Teeth."
(First: Episode 1446)
Cartoon Billy Jo Jive and Smart Susie Sunset search for Aunt Nellie's dog, Meatbone, not knowing that the sneaky dog has been following them the whole time.
(First: Episode 1296)
SCENE 2 Oscar makes sure the kids know the difference between abierto and cerrado when he opens and closes his trash can. Maria points out to him that this bothers Barkley, who soon starts to think it's a game, and gives Oscar a big kiss.
Cartoon A red man illustrates abierto, while an angry blue man shows cerrado.
(First: Episode 0784)
Song Luis sings "Three of These Things" with three kids with umbrellas and one unlucky kid without one.
(First: Episode 0449)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster reads the word "Pop" and blows up a balloon so they can pop it.
(First: Episode 1569)
Cartoon A gorilla applies for a job at the Gerfner Employment Agency.
(First: Episode 0131)
Song "Look Around, Look Around", a song about seasons.
(First: Episode 0556)
Cartoon A goose and gander visit the land of the G's.
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1141)
Muppets Mother Goose tries to write a nursery rhyme for the Old Woman Who Lives in a Shoe, while her many children wreck havoc on her office.
(First: Episode 1328)
SCENE 3 Forgetful Jones passes by Maria and some kids, who notice he’s holding a sign with his favorite word on it: “tree”. He recites a poem about the word –– specifically, about looking for a word that rhymes with “tree”, not realizing that he’s doing so already, until Buster informs him.
Celebrity Fonzie and Richie Cunningham count to 10.
(First: Episode 1160)
Muppets A Honker counts to 3.
Part 1
(First: Episode 1458)
Cartoon Three tigers dance and play music.
(First: Episode 1642)
Muppets The Honker returns with two more and they all count to 3.
Part 2
(First: Episode 1458)
Cartoon Three cannonball men switch spotlights as they dance.
(First: Episode 1469)
Muppets The Honkers count to 3.
Part 3
(First: Episode 1458)
Film Close-ups of animals. Kids try to guess what they are.
(First: Episode 0326)
Count narrates counts three kids
Insert The Count (in voiceover) counts three kids who arrange themselves in different configurations with three boxes.
(First: Episode 1352)
Song "Three is My Favorite Number"
(First: Episode 0429)
Muppets The Martians examine a grandfather clock.
(First: Episode 0407)
SCENE 4 Telly and Mona sit outside Hooper’s Store, where David serves them their grilled cheese sandwiches. Telly explains to him that Mona is pretending to be a sea captain on an ocean liner. David joins them in the play, until Telly gets seasick.
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Skeleton fish.
(First: Episode 0287)
Muppets Various letter Ts have a T party.
(First: Episode 1544)
Cartoon T es para telefono
(First: Episode 0362)
Muppets A Large Lavender Live Hand Anything Muppet cowboy shouts across a canyon to hear the echo. "Yippee ki-yi-yo!" is repeated back to him perfectly. When he shouts "One!", the echo repeats back, "¡Uno!" The cowboy is startled. "Two!" he shouts, and the echo repeats, "¡Dos!" "You s'pose that's Mexico over there?" he asks. He continues to count to ten, with the echo repeating the numbers back in Spanish. Frustrated, he shouts, "How are you?" "¡Muy bien, gracias!" is the reply. "Oh, this is ridiculous," the cowboy says, and throws his cowboy hat into the canyon. A sombrero is thrown back in return.
(First: Episode 0698)
Film Photographic collage demonstration of ALL, MOST, SOME and NONE of an apple.
Artist: Frank and Caroline Mouris
(First: Episode 0979)
SCENE 5 Mona is now pretending to be “queen of the jungle”. David participates again, and announces the sponsors.

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