(first appearance of the Teeny Little Super Guy! Also, I know all those Madeline Kahn "O" bits are on YT, but I don't know which one is which)
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| {{erniebert|exp}} At the movies, a [[lady with a tall hat]] sits in front of [[Ernie]] and [[Bert]]. She block's Ernie's view, so he asks her if she'd mind taking it off. When she places the hat on the seat next to her, Bert's view is now obstructed.<br>{{first|0538}}
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| {{erniebert|exp}} At the movies, a [[lady with a tall hat]] sits in front of [[Ernie]] and [[Bert]]. She blocks Ernie's view, so he asks her if she'd mind taking it off. When she places the hat on the seat next to her, Bert's view is now obstructed.<br>{{first|0538}}
   
 
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| [[David]] struggles to roller-skate down [[Sesame Street (location)|Sesame Street]]. [[Big Bird]] helps him to [[Hooper's Store]] and reminds him that "practice makes perfect." David imagines being a great skater: in his fantasy, he roller-skates through [[Central Park]] with ease. Back in reality, David skates on his own and falls down, but he doesn't mind.<br>Music: "[[What Makes Music?]]"<br>{{first|1559}}
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| [[David]] struggles to roller-skate down [[Sesame Street (location)|Sesame Street]]. [[Big Bird]] helps him to [[Hooper's Store]] and reminds him that "practice makes perfect." David imagines being a great skater: In his fantasy, he roller-skates through [[Central Park]] with ease. Back in reality, David skates on his own and falls down, but he doesn't mind.<br>Music: "[[What Makes Music?]]"<br>{{first|1559}}
   
 
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| [[Herry Monster]] comes across [[Telly Monster|Telly]], who believes the letter O is missing because he can't find any O-words in the vicinity. They try to find some, but come up empty. Herry falls into Telly's fears and they start crying, when [[Oscar the Grouch|Oscar]] appears. They realize "Oscar" begins with O and shower him with kisses.
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| [[Herry Monster]] comes across [[Telly Monster|Telly]], who believes the letter ''O'' is missing because he can't find any ''O'' words in the vicinity. They try to find some, but come up empty. Herry falls into Telly's fears and they start crying, when [[Oscar the Grouch|Oscar]] appears. They realize "Oscar" begins with ''O'' and shower him with kisses.
   
 
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| [[Prairie Dawn]] presents a pageant about feelings. [[Bert]] dresses as Cupid to represent love -- but his lines don't ring true. Instead, he sings his own song "[[That's Love]]". He sings that to him, love means pigeons, oatmeal -- and [[Ernie]].<br>{{first|1731}}
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| [[Prairie Dawn]] presents a pageant about feelings. [[Bert]] dresses as Cupid to represent love -- but his lines don't ring true. Instead, he sings his own song, "[[That's Love]]". He sings that to him, love means pigeons, oatmeal -- and [[Ernie]].<br>{{first|1731}}
   
 
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| [[Susan]] is unable to repair the horn of Oscar's [[The Sloppy Jalopy|Sloppy Jalopy]], which he is showing off at the Grouch Auto Show today. She recruits a [[Honkers|Honker]] to fill in, which Oscar finds suitable...until the Honker calls more of their buddies over and they all pile into the backseat.
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| [[Susan]] is unable to repair the horn of Oscar's [[The Sloppy Jalopy|Sloppy Jalopy]], which he is showing off at the Grouch Auto Show today. She recruits a [[Honkers|Honker]] to fill in, which Oscar finds suitable...until the Honker calls more of its buddies over and they all pile into the backseat.
   
 
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Revision as of 18:22, June 16, 2019

Sesame Street
Oscar enters the Grouch Auto Show
(repeat of 1680)
Air date February 17, 1984
Season Season 15 (1983-1984)
Sponsors O, R, 5
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.


Picture Segment Description
Noimage
SCENE 1 Simon Soundman enjoys listening to Gordon's flute lesson with Bob. He wants to play along with them and demonstrates the various instruments he can imitate. He settles on making the sound of a flute as they become a flute trio.
Cartoon music hall
Cartoon A cleaning lady (reminiscent of Carol Burnett's character) wanders into a music rehearsal room, plays each instrument, and puts all the sounds back into the wrong instruments.
(First: Episode 0774)
LasManzanas
Song "Spanish Foods Song"
(First: Episode 1111)
Bae9
Muppets Ernie & Bert — At the movies, a lady with a tall hat sits in front of Ernie and Bert. She blocks Ernie's view, so he asks her if she'd mind taking it off. When she places the hat on the seat next to her, Bert's view is now obstructed.
(First: Episode 0538)
TLSG.Alice
Animation Teeny Little Super Guy notices his friend Alice wanting to join a baseball game. He gives her the idea to go over there and ask them if she can play.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
TVMonkeys
Cartoon Two monkeys argue over what to watch on TV, growing bigger the angrier they get.
(First: Episode 0762)
DavidSkates01

DavidSkates02
Insert David struggles to roller-skate down Sesame Street. Big Bird helps him to Hooper's Store and reminds him that "practice makes perfect." David imagines being a great skater: In his fantasy, he roller-skates through Central Park with ease. Back in reality, David skates on his own and falls down, but he doesn't mind.
Music: "What Makes Music?"
(First: Episode 1559)
Toon.Orange
Cartoon O for orange
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 0673)
Noimage
Celebrity Madeline Kahn: Letter O Tag - Part I
(First: Episode 1174)
Khome.polliwog
Muppets Kermit sings about his youth, or as he calls it, "My Polliwog Ways".
(First: Episode 1443)
Spanishtoon.Opera
Cartoon La letra O - opera, oeste, orquidea, ojos, ocho, y el orquestra de orangutanes.
(First: Episode 0338)
Noimage
Celebrity Madeline Kahn: Letter O Tag - Part II
(First: Episode 1174)
Whatif.rabbit-turtle
Cartoon What if a turtle and rabbit switched appearances?
(First: Episode 0483)
Doitbymyself
Song "I Can Do It By Myself"
(EKA: Episode 1736)
Noimage
SCENE 2 Herry Monster comes across Telly, who believes the letter O is missing because he can't find any O words in the vicinity. They try to find some, but come up empty. Herry falls into Telly's fears and they start crying, when Oscar appears. They realize "Oscar" begins with O and shower him with kisses.
2341u
Film Letter O hoist
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0338)
Noimage
Celebrity Madeline Kahn: Letter O Tag - Part III
(First: Episode 1174)
Fonz Richie Brush Teeth
Celebrity Richie Cunningham sees Fonzie brushing his teeth, even though he hadn't eaten anything. Fonzie explains to Richie the importance of dental care, and then gives Richie a toothbrush of his own.
(First: Episode 1185)
1839zc
Muppets Prairie Dawn presents a pageant about feelings. Bert dresses as Cupid to represent love -- but his lines don't ring true. Instead, he sings his own song, "That's Love". He sings that to him, love means pigeons, oatmeal -- and Ernie.
(First: Episode 1731)
3978f
Song Joe Raposo sings "Penguins Five."
(First: Episode 0245)
Noimage
SCENE 3 The Count narrates an animated story about five bears, who are subtracted one by one. He weeps when the story ends, as there are no more bears to count. The kids console him with kisses, which he counts.
IntoTheGarden
Song "Come into the Garden"
(First: Episode 1357)
5swans
Cartoon Five Swans
Artist: Owe Gustafson
(First: Episode 1460)
Cookieredhood
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: Kermit reports on Little Red Riding Hood's visit to grandma's.
(First: Episode 1676)
Noimage
Cartoon Building 5 (0:10)
(First: Episode 0940)
2125f
Film A girl in the city mails a letter to her grandfather in the country in Maine, and we watch its journey through the postal service.
(First: Episode 1873)
GroverTanya.STOP
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentGrover and Tanya play the "hug/stop" game.
(First: Episode 1562)
1836p
Film Stop! (kids dancing)
(First: Episode 0681)
SCENE 4 Susan is unable to repair the horn of Oscar's Sloppy Jalopy, which he is showing off at the Grouch Auto Show today. She recruits a Honker to fill in, which Oscar finds suitable...until the Honker calls more of its buddies over and they all pile into the backseat.
2059q
Film Letter R hoist
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0315)
Cartoon Dot Bridge #1
(First: Episode 0001)
Noimage
SCENE 4 cont'd Oscar and the Honkers return from the auto show, where Oscar was awarded "Nosiest Car." Oscar looks forward to have some peace and quiet, until he discovers the solution Susan had for his broken doorbell - a Dinger, who dings madly away inside the trash can.



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