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| [[Maria]] asks a [[Honkers|Honker]] about how they can express different feelings, since she's never quite sure how to interpret their honks. She paints a hypothetical situation that makes the Honker sad. The Honker makes itself happy again by honking some more, which always makes them happy.
 
| [[Maria]] asks a [[Honkers|Honker]] about how they can express different feelings, since she's never quite sure how to interpret their honks. She paints a hypothetical situation that makes the Honker sad. The Honker makes itself happy again by honking some more, which always makes them happy.
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| [[Image:Deadfish.jpg|250px|center]]
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| A girl narrates a poem about the sad time when her goldfish died.<br>Artist: [[Bruce Cayard]]<br>{{first|1378}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| [[Edith Ann]] talks about being happy and sad.<br>{{first|0992}}
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| [[Image:Oranges!!.jpg|250px|center]]
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| Oranges are peeled and sliced in stop-motion, and some kids eat them.<br>{{first|1802}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Erniepaints.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| {{erniebert|apt}} [[Ernie]] and [[Bert]] decide to use both Bert's canvas and Ernie's paints to paint a picture of something. Bert wants to paint a bowl of oatmeal, but Ernie wants to paint a purple monster. Finally, they decide to paint a purple monster eating a bowl of oatmeal.<br>{{first|1446}}
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| [[Image:3958o.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| Lots of bunnies are needed to pull the huge carrot from the ground.<br>Artist: [[Irra Verbitsky]]<br>{{first|1473}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:DavidLinda.jpg|250px|center]]
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| [[David]] sings "[[Mary Had a Little Lamb]]" while [[Linda]] signs it.<br>{{first|1157}}
   
 
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| [[Gordon]] and [[Susan]] are heading out, when Gordon chides Susan for not being able to find the car keys. Susan thinks back to earlier and remembers that Gordon has the keys now, which he sheepishly confirms.
 
| [[Gordon]] and [[Susan]] are heading out, when Gordon chides Susan for not being able to find the car keys. Susan thinks back to earlier and remembers that Gordon has the keys now, which he sheepishly confirms.
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Twelvia.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| "The Story of Princess Twelvia".<br>Artist: [[Irra Verbitsky]]<br>{{first|1676}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | Insert
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| A few blocks away from Sesame Street, [[Luis]], [[David]] and [[Olivia]] want to present ''subtraction'', but then another rainstorm arrives. Oscar pulls up in his [[The Sloppy Jalopy|Sloppy Jalopy]] and the adults reluctantly get inside. Oscar eagerly takes up their idea to show subtraction and has them leave the car one by one to illustrate it. Oscar then declares he's off the clock and drives off, leaving them stuck in the rain.<br>{{first|1698}}
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| [[Image:Pinball 12.jpg|250px|center]]
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| "[[Pinball Number Count]]" (#[[12]])<br>Artist: [[Jeff Hale]]<br>{{first|0985}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:AnimalCamouflage.jpg|250px|center]]
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| Animal camouflage (kid VO's)<br>Music: [[Joe Raposo]]<br>{{first|0366}}
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| [[File:E&b-pigeonparty.jpg|250px|center]]
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| {{erniebert|apt}} [[Bert]] gets all dressed up for the Pigeon Lover's Party, but he looks so different that [[Ernie]] doesn't believe that it's him.<br>{{first|1683}}
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| [[Image:Stack12cans.jpg|250px|center]]
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| A supermarket worker stacks 12 cans, which keep collapsing every time someone grabs one.<br>{{first|0782}}
   
 
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| [[Big Bird]] finds Gordon and teenager Donna outside his doors, where Donna is practicing for her school basketball tryouts. Big Bird wants to help, but Gordon confesses that he might just get int he way. Big Bird huffs about how this always happens and decides to just read a book on his own. Donna and Gordon observe that they need someone else around to simulate an opposing team member. They ask Big Bird if he can now get in her way, but he's too busy reading his book at the moment.
 
| [[Big Bird]] finds Gordon and teenager Donna outside his doors, where Donna is practicing for her school basketball tryouts. Big Bird wants to help, but Gordon confesses that he might just get int he way. Big Bird huffs about how this always happens and decides to just read a book on his own. Donna and Gordon observe that they need someone else around to simulate an opposing team member. They ask Big Bird if he can now get in her way, but he's too busy reading his book at the moment.
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:TwoHeadBath.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| The [[Two-Headed Monster]] shares a bathtub and help each other get clean. They are discouraged when they are finished and drain the tub, but find joy in drying.<br>{{first|1449}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Madscientist.FRED.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| A mad scientist teaches his monster how to say the words "Fred," "foot", and "Friday."<br>{{first|1162}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:AlphabetDancers-F.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Insert
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| The Alphabet Dancers make the form of the letter F.<br>{{first|0446}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:JoJive-Landmarks.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| [[Billy Jo Jive]] and Susie Sunset help Wrong Way Willie find four landmarks for a school assignment.<br>{{eka|1233}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:kidsdancing.jpg|250px|center]]
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| Kids dancing.<br>{{first|0409}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:ShortTallbirds.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| A short bird stands under a tall bird, which lays an egg on its head.<br>{{first|0303}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Grover the Messenger.JPG|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| [[Grover and Mr. Johnson]]: [[Grover]] the messenger goes to [[Mr. Johnson|Mr. Johnson's]] home to deliver some singing telegrams which he has memorized. After singing a series of wrong telegrams, he sings (and dances) another one that actually is for Mr. Johnson, and an important one at that, but Grover does not remember who it is from.<br>{{first|1828}}
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| [[Image:Flyfrogcartoon.jpg|250px|center]]
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| [[F]]: A frog and a fly. (voiceover: [[Casey Kasem]])<br>{{first|0034}}
   
 
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| [[Oscar the Grouch|Oscar]] wants to make use of the basketball hoop so he can practice for his own tryouts for the Grouch No Stars team. He tosses his deflated ball into the hoop and makes a perfect shot, only in Grouch basketball, one is supposed to miss. He keeps trying, even managing to send the ball bouncing all over before landing in the basket once more. Donna recommends closing his eyes, which ensures he misses the shot.
 
| [[Oscar the Grouch|Oscar]] wants to make use of the basketball hoop so he can practice for his own tryouts for the Grouch No Stars team. He tosses his deflated ball into the hoop and makes a perfect shot, only in Grouch basketball, one is supposed to miss. He keeps trying, even managing to send the ball bouncing all over before landing in the basket once more. Donna recommends closing his eyes, which ensures he misses the shot.
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Chicken Five.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| A woman holds a painting of five chickens.<br>{{first|0769}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:OldFilm.DangerSign.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| Kids watch a silent movie with a man resting on the train tracks with an oncoming trolley - DANGER!<br>{{first|0480}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:Noimage.png|100px|center]]
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| align=center | Muppets
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| {{Muppetkidmoment|erniebert}} [[Ernie]] and Alphonso discuss DANGER.<br>{{first|1387}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:1845q.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| A variety of cat-shaped objects walk in front of the screen.<br>{{first|1802}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:1446p.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| F stands for flower, forest, fox, frog and fantastic.<br>{{first|1102}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:computerfilm.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| Kids learn how to use a computer at a public school.<br>{{first|1853}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:200006.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| [[The Typewriter|Typewriter]]: F for Fly<br>Artist: [[Jeff Hale]]<br>{{first|0781}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:2682j.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Film
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| Lemurs rest on tree branches.<br>Music: [[Joe Raposo]]<br>{{first|0390}}
   
 
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| Gordon and Donna return from the tryouts, where Donna has made the team. They hear the sounds of activity coming from Oscar's can as a basketball flies out. Oscar emerges to collect it and tells them he's also made the team, which is now in the middle of a game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Gordon and Donna don't believe this, until [[Julius Erving|Julius "Dr. J" Erving]] comes out of the can to reclaim another stray ball.
 
| Gordon and Donna return from the tryouts, where Donna has made the team. They hear the sounds of activity coming from Oscar's can as a basketball flies out. Oscar emerges to collect it and tells them he's also made the team, which is now in the middle of a game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Gordon and Donna don't believe this, until [[Julius Erving|Julius "Dr. J" Erving]] comes out of the can to reclaim another stray ball.
   
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| align=center | '''SCENE 5''' cont'd
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| [[Maria]] and Susan find Gordon and Donna cheering into the can as the basketball game continues. The two can barely believe it until they get a look for themselves.
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| C is for Canary<br>{{first|0703}}
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| align=center | Muppets
 
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| [[Ernie]] sings about "[[The Insects in Your Neighborhood]]."
 
| [[Ernie]] sings about "[[The Insects in Your Neighborhood]]."
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| [[Image:2678-Itchy.jpg|250px|center]]
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| [[Joe Raposo]] sings "[[Flies on Animals]]" over footage of animals bugged by pests.<br>{{first|0449}}
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|- {{collapsible|yes}}
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| [[Image:ABC.Fierlinger.jpg|250px|center]]
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| align=center | Cartoon
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| [[The Alphabet Song]] (country, gospel, Mexican)<br>Artist: [[Paul Fierlinger]]<br>{{first|1576}}
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| [[Maria]] and Susan find Gordon and Donna cheering into the can as the basketball game continues. The two can barely believe it until they get a look for themselves.
   
 
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Revision as of 23:33, February 10, 2020

Sesame Street
Basketball practice 
(repeat of 1683)
Air date January 31, 1984
Season Season 15 (1983-1984)
Sponsors C, F, 12

Irvingsesstreet

StreetScenes
Picture Segment Description
Noimage
SCENE 1 Maria asks a Honker about how they can express different feelings, since she's never quite sure how to interpret their honks. She paints a hypothetical situation that makes the Honker sad. The Honker makes itself happy again by honking some more, which always makes them happy.
Deadfish
Cartoon A girl narrates a poem about the sad time when her goldfish died.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1378)
Noimage
Celebrity Edith Ann talks about being happy and sad.
(First: Episode 0992)
Oranges!!
Film / Animation Oranges are peeled and sliced in stop-motion, and some kids eat them.
(First: Episode 1802)
Erniepaints
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie and Bert decide to use both Bert's canvas and Ernie's paints to paint a picture of something. Bert wants to paint a bowl of oatmeal, but Ernie wants to paint a purple monster. Finally, they decide to paint a purple monster eating a bowl of oatmeal.
(First: Episode 1446)
3958o
Cartoon Lots of bunnies are needed to pull the huge carrot from the ground.
Artist: Irra Verbitsky
(First: Episode 1473)
DavidLinda
Cast David sings "Mary Had a Little Lamb" while Linda signs it.
(First: Episode 1157)
Noimage
SCENE 2 Gordon and Susan are heading out, when Gordon chides Susan for not being able to find the car keys. Susan thinks back to earlier and remembers that Gordon has the keys now, which he sheepishly confirms.
Twelvia
Cartoon "The Story of Princess Twelvia".
Artist: Irra Verbitsky
(First: Episode 1676)
Noimage
Insert A few blocks away from Sesame Street, Luis, David and Olivia want to present subtraction, but then another rainstorm arrives. Oscar pulls up in his Sloppy Jalopy and the adults reluctantly get inside. Oscar eagerly takes up their idea to show subtraction and has them leave the car one by one to illustrate it. Oscar then declares he's off the clock and drives off, leaving them stuck in the rain.
(First: Episode 1698)
Pinball 12
Cartoon "Pinball Number Count" (#12)
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0985)
AnimalCamouflage
Film Animal camouflage (kid VO's)
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0366)
E&amp;b-pigeonparty
Muppets Ernie & BertBert gets all dressed up for the Pigeon Lover's Party, but he looks so different that Ernie doesn't believe that it's him.
(First: Episode 1683)
Stack12cans
Cartoon A supermarket worker stacks 12 cans, which keep collapsing every time someone grabs one.
(First: Episode 0782)
Noimage
SCENE 3 Big Bird finds Gordon and teenager Donna outside his doors, where Donna is practicing for her school basketball tryouts. Big Bird wants to help, but Gordon confesses that he might just get int he way. Big Bird huffs about how this always happens and decides to just read a book on his own. Donna and Gordon observe that they need someone else around to simulate an opposing team member. They ask Big Bird if he can now get in her way, but he's too busy reading his book at the moment.
TwoHeadBath
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster shares a bathtub and help each other get clean. They are discouraged when they are finished and drain the tub, but find joy in drying.
(First: Episode 1449)
Madscientist.FRED
Cartoon A mad scientist teaches his monster how to say the words "Fred," "foot", and "Friday."
(First: Episode 1162)
AlphabetDancers-F
Insert The Alphabet Dancers make the form of the letter F.
(First: Episode 0446)
JoJive-Landmarks
Cartoon Billy Jo Jive and Susie Sunset help Wrong Way Willie find four landmarks for a school assignment.
(EKA: Episode 1233)
Kidsdancing
Film Kids dancing.
(First: Episode 0409)
ShortTallbirds
Cartoon A short bird stands under a tall bird, which lays an egg on its head.
(First: Episode 0303)
Grover the Messenger
Muppets Grover and Mr. Johnson: Grover the messenger goes to Mr. Johnson's home to deliver some singing telegrams which he has memorized. After singing a series of wrong telegrams, he sings (and dances) another one that actually is for Mr. Johnson, and an important one at that, but Grover does not remember who it is from.
(First: Episode 1828)
Flyfrogcartoon
Cartoon F: A frog and a fly. (voiceover: Casey Kasem)
(First: Episode 0034)
Noimage
SCENE 4 Oscar wants to make use of the basketball hoop so he can practice for his own tryouts for the Grouch No Stars team. He tosses his deflated ball into the hoop and makes a perfect shot, only in Grouch basketball, one is supposed to miss. He keeps trying, even managing to send the ball bouncing all over before landing in the basket once more. Donna recommends closing his eyes, which ensures he misses the shot.
Chicken Five
Film A woman holds a painting of five chickens.
(First: Episode 0769)
OldFilm.DangerSign
Film Kids watch a silent movie with a man resting on the train tracks with an oncoming trolley - DANGER!
(First: Episode 0480)
Noimage
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentErnie and Alphonso discuss DANGER.
(First: Episode 1387)
1845q
Film A variety of cat-shaped objects walk in front of the screen.
(First: Episode 1802)
1446p
Cartoon F stands for flower, forest, fox, frog and fantastic.
(First: Episode 1102)
Computerfilm
Film Kids learn how to use a computer at a public school.
(First: Episode 1853)
200006
Cartoon Typewriter: F for Fly
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0781)
2682j
Film Lemurs rest on tree branches.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0390)
Noimage
SCENE 5 Gordon and Donna return from the tryouts, where Donna has made the team. They hear the sounds of activity coming from Oscar's can as a basketball flies out. Oscar emerges to collect it and tells them he's also made the team, which is now in the middle of a game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Gordon and Donna don't believe this, until Julius "Dr. J" Erving comes out of the can to reclaim another stray ball.
1095m
Cartoon C is for Canary
(First: Episode 0703)
Song.meetinsects
Muppets Ernie sings about "The Insects in Your Neighborhood."
2678-Itchy
Song Joe Raposo sings "Flies on Animals" over footage of animals bugged by pests.
(First: Episode 0449)
ABC.Fierlinger
Cartoon The Alphabet Song (country, gospel, Mexican)
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 1576)
Noimage
SCENE 5 cont'd Maria and Susan find Gordon and Donna cheering into the can as the basketball game continues. The two can barely believe it until they get a look for themselves.


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