Sesame Street
Bob thinks he's been burgled.
(repeat of 1485)
Air date February 4, 1983
Season Season 14 (1982-1983)
Sponsors B, P, 9
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Picture Segment Description
Muppets / Celebrity Ray Charles performs "I Got a Song" with Ernie and Bert.
(First: Episode 1109)
Cartoon Find the camouflaged parrot.
Voice: Paul Dooley
(First: Episode 0516)
Song "Beet Beet, Sugar Beet."
(First: Episode 1171)
Cartoon A man sees a giant OUT, yells the word, and everyone runs out of it.
(First: Episode 0550)
Muppets The Twiddlebugs attempt to exit a roller skating rink.
(First: Episode 1468)
Film A bald eagle flies over houses, a beach, and other locations.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0411)
Animation Pieces of fruit make their way out of a basket and arrange themselves into groups.
(First: Episode 1464)
Cartoon P Words (including parachute and plug)
(First: Episode 0296)
Film Anne Meara narrates a silent movie of a girl who is stuck IN the quicksand.
(First: Episode 0511)
Muppets Cookie Monster and Herry Monster are fighting over a bicycle, when Kermit suggests they share it. The two monsters cooperate, and devour the bicycle together.
(First: Episode 0978)
Cartoon Picnic with P foods (carried away by ants)
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0764)
Cast Maria strolls through a Hispanic neighborhood of New York City singing "Vamos a Tomar el Fresco."
(First: Episode 1192)
Animation It's a crocodile
Artist: Ishu Patel
(First: Episode 1663)
Film A boy and girl pretend to be the parents of a constantly-crying baby doll. The "father" proceeds to feed the baby and change its diaper.
(First: Episode 1388)
Muppets Waiter Grover: Grover tells Mr. Johnson the menu, which has the items numbered. Number 9 is the special of the day. It turns out to be a real number nine, but Mr. Johnson doesn't want it. (It's medium rare, and he likes his nines well-done.)
(First: Episode 1377)
Cartoon Nine Striped Cats
Artist: Owe Gustafson
(First: Episode 1564)
SCENE 1 Bob returns from his concert tour and Big Bird reports he did a good job watching his apartment while Bob was gone, with some help from Mr. Snuffleupagus. They arrive at Bob's place to find everything is missing. Big Bird explains that he and Snuffy got bored while watching the stuff, so they brought it all to Snuffy's cave while they played there. Bob is instead convinced somebody broke in and stole everything. He resolves to call the police, despite Big Bird's protests.
Cartoon A boy has fun with his wood plank.
(First: Episode 1503)
Muppets Lefty's boss makes sure Lefty knows the alphabet.
(First: Episode 0236)
Cartoon "Have you seen my NO?"
(First: Episode 0773)
Film A gorilla chases a woman, who registers her protest by shouting "No." She triumphantly drags the gorilla off.
(First: Episode 0546)
Cartoon A girl goes around the city to look for her lost kitty, and sees its image in a variety of signs and in nature.
Artists: Don Duga and Irra Verbitsky
(First: Episode 1231)
Muppets Kermit the Frog sings "When I Listen".
SCENE 2 Bob uses the phone, the only thing left behind, to call the police about his situation. In the meantime, Mr. Hooper and the kids bring up the table and chairs from the yard for Bob to use. Luis and Linda then arrive with Linda's small couch. Officer Landon (Dale Soules) arrives and thinks she's in the wrong place - Bob's report said his apartment was empty, but it looks pretty full to her.
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 Footage of wolves.
(First: Episode 0982)
Cartoon A letter "P" sits on an island before a rotating sunset. The ridges of the letter "P" moves along the letter and flash in different colors.
(First: Episode 0452)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster fights over the letters P and R, one of them displaying P foods and the other one displaying R foods (and a radio). They have a picnic, which is cut short due to rain.
(First: Episode 1574)
Cartoon P for Pack
(First: Episode 0504)
Film A female vocalist sings about the many different types of flowers found all over.
(First: Episode 0141)
Cartoon A man weighs five pounds of bubble gum. He chews it all, blows a huge bubble, and flies away.
(First: Episode 0617)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentThe Count asks Ingrid to teach him how to count to 20 in Spanish.
(First: Episode 0477)
Cartoon The Carrot
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1132)
SCENE 3 As Bob describes the scene to Landon, Oscar (aided by his pet elephants) bring him one of his old, ratty pianos to replace his "stolen" one. Bob is very grateful and begins playing the piano, which is very out of tune. Officer Landon can hardly believe what she sees.
Cartoon B for Beard (poem by Edward Lear)
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1147)
Celebrity The Fonz points out his body parts.
(First: Episode 1169)
Cartoon Which legs belong on the man?
(First: Episode 1691)
Muppets Ernie & Bert — Ernie wears socks on his ears and on his nose in order for Bert to guess which body part he's thinking of.
(First: Episode 1640)
Cartoon Big Daniel Boone looks for a bear.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 0627)
Film "Listen ..." to various sounds, including the ocean, a heart beating, a clock ticking, a horse galloping, crickets chirping, a passing train, and others.
(First: Episode 0951)
Cartoon "Martian Beauty" has nine hairs, nine bows, nine eyes, nine nostrils, nine arms, and nine toes.
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0316)
SCENE 4 Big Bird and Snuffy have pushed all of Bob's furniture outside the building. Snuffy darts off, late to supper back home, just as Bob and Officer Landon exit the building. Bob is surprised that all his furniture is returned and has a hard time explaining Big Bird's side of the story to the officer.

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