Sesame Street
Air date March 16, 1983
Season Season 14 (1982-1983)
Sponsors D, H, 8
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Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Grundgetta leads a Grouch protest against the residents of Sesame Street, believing the locals never listen to what the Grouches want. Bob and David listen to their demands, which are to be left alone. They change their tune when they realize Bob and David had some rotten items to give them (old sneakers and burnt scrambled eggs).
Cartoon "Alphabet Imagination": A female voice quickly recites the alphabet followed by a male voice narrating each letter in a series of psychedelic vignettes.
(First: Episode 0345)
Film A band plays and children dance at a Cinco de Mayo celebration.
(First: Episode 0438)
Muppets Old West: Five good men are needed to form a posse and catch Bad Bart, the meanest man in the West. The sheriff counts five men in the saloon, and tries to organize them. But it turns out that there are only four good men -- one of them is Bad Bart!
(First: Episode 0554)
Cartoon H is for horseshoe.
(First: Episode 0020)
Film Kids pick green beans in the field. Later their mom cooks the beans, and they eat them.
(First: Episode 0944)
Animation Sand H/h
(First: Episode 0630)
SCENE 2 Grundgetta enjoys looking down at the ground. Bob tells her about the things she's missing out on by singing "Nearly Missed." Grundgetta finds the song disgusting and distracting, as it almost made her miss seeing a gum wrapper on the ground.
Cartoon A blue triangle looks for his friend in a museum.
(First: Episode 1522)
Celebrity The Hines Brothers, Gregory and Maurice, demonstrate near and far.
(First: Episode 1347)
Film A gymnast shows close to and away from.
(First: Episode 0513)
Cartoon The story of sheep, or where wool comes from.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1524)
Muppets The Count sings "Eight Beautiful Notes."
(First: Episode 1291)
Cartoon 8 Bats
Artist: Owe Gustafson
(First: Episode 1552)
Frankie Four Eyes 01

Frankie Four Eyes 02
Insert Maria joins the kids' stickball game in the park. Up at bat is a Muppet boy named Frankie, who's afraid of wearing his glasses because the other kids make fun of him. She shows him how important glasses can be and wearing them improves his swing.
(First: Episode 1313)
Cartoon A moving truck takes the number 8.
(First: Episode 1446)
Sesame Street 2 Near and Far
Muppets Grover demonstrates near and far.
(First: Episode 0787)
Cartoon Workmen construct a D building, filled with everything that begins with D.
(First: Episode 0406)
Cast Bob and Maria visit a letter "D" museum, and observe pictures of a dark "D", a dazzling "D", and a delightful "D". Big Bird notices a dusty "D" statue, but ends up destroying the delicate "D" despite Bob and Maria's warnings.
(First: Episode 0692)
Cartoon Moving Day Happy/Sad (1:18)
(First: Episode 1637)
SCENE 3 Telly Monster gives a "Monster on the Spot" report about sadness, but nobody he interviews is sad in the least. Telly ends up being the one who is sad.
Cartoon Children describe how to draw an elephant.
(First: Episode 0052)
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie returns home from Camp Winnewonga, to Bert's surprise. Ernie shows Bert all the things he brought back from camp, such as some rocks and a paper clip.
(First: Episode 1048)
Film Apes play at the zoo. (edited)
(First: Episode 0045)
Muppets Honkers attempt to play "Mary Had a Little Lamb" on their noses.
Part 1.
(First: Episode 1561)
Cartoon Harold and Howard think of H words.
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0284)
Muppets Honkers attempt to play "Mary Had a Little Lamb" on their noses.
Part 2.
(First: Episode 1521)
Cartoon A song about the parts of a boy's body and the sounds they can make.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 0923)
Muppets Honkers attempt to play "Mary Had a Little Lamb" on their noses.
Part 3.
(First: Episode 1463)
Celebrity Oscar can't get an energetic Slimey to go down for his nap. James Galway plays a jig on his flute, which Slimey dances to until he gets too tired and falls asleep. "You Irish sure have a way with worms," Oscar notes.
(First: Episode 1426)
Muppets Cookie Monster asks Ernie if he has any cookies. Ernie says that he doesn't have any cookies but an apple and he can't give the apple to him because "an apple a day will keep the doctor away." Later Cookie Monster comes disguised as Doctor Monster and gives Ernie a medical checkup. After the checkup, Ernie asks what he owes Doctor Monster. By sheer coincidence, his bill is one apple.
(First: Episode 0691)
Cartoon The letters H, E, L and P try to arrange themselves to form the word "Help" while stuck on an island.
(First: Episode 1176)
Film Footage of a leopard in the plain.
(First: Episode 0364)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentGrover and John-John count a penny.
(First: Episode 0438)
Cartoon "That's About the Size of It"
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0279)
SCENE 4 Dr. Nobel Price unveils his latest creation - the "story-carry," which is merely a book. Luis comforts the sobbing inventor by reading him a story from his own book.

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