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Sesame Street
Ferlinghetti bugs David
Air date January 9, 1985
Season Season 16 (1984-1985)
Written by Tom Dunsmuir
Sponsors K, L, 6

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Picture Segment Description
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Insert Gordon goes through a stretching routine in the arbor during the early morning and explains to the camera that he like so get up this early because there's very little traffic and it's a pretty time of the day. He invites the viewer along for a jog, which is set to a spoof of the Chariots of Fire music, and consists of a montage of Gordon running through the city.
(First: Episode 1727)
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Cartoon L for life, love, lizard, leap and lump
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 1833)
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Muppets Alphabet Chat: Lord Chatterly's poem on the letter L ends in chaos as usual.
(First: Episode 0762)
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Film Some kids learn how to use Logo, a computer programming language, to draw shapes on computers.
(First: Episode 1968)
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Cartoon A man (Jim Thurman) tries to get his dog to speak, but it makes other animal noises instead.
Artist: Tom Gabbay
(First: Episode 1407)
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SCENE 1 Uncle Wally recruits Bob to hold his letter L while he sings a song about being called "Uncle Wally." Bob is touched by the song, but asks why he's been holding the L; the song had nothing to do with the letter. Uncle Wally explains that he couldn't hold the letter if he wasn't going to sing about it.
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Film Exploring on the ocean rocks
(First: Episode 1414)
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Muppets Grover sells newspapers in the street. He thinks they are for making paper hats, but a customer shows him they are actually for reading. The customer wants to buy a newspaper, but Grover won't stop reading the paper that the customer wants to buy. Grover reads about construction of a new building, a parade, and an expected rain shower, all of which occur as Grover reads.
(First: Episode 1966)
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Cartoon "L" for "Large" and "l" for "little"
(First: Episode 1455)
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Film How Crayons are Made
Music: "Water Course A" and "Exchange" by Richard Harvey
(First: Episode 1579)
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Muppets The Twiddlebugs don't understand why they are getting all wet, while Mommy Twiddlebug isn't. They soon learn it's because she's inside the house. After they all huddle inside, Ernie finishes watering his plants.
(First: Episode 1650)
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Cartoon Two crows sing "Stones Don't Grow."
Artist: Michael Sporn
(First: Episode 1715)
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SCENE 2 Osvaldo, el GruΓ±Γ³n tells The Grouchketeers to ask him "ΒΏCΓ³mo estΓ‘?" (Which means "How are you?" in Spanish.), only so he can reply "How am I? That's none of your business that's how I am! now stop asking me that and leave me alone!"
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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)
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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, "Β‘Uno!" The cowboy is startled. "Two!" he shouts, and the echo repeats, "Β‘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?" "Β‘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)
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Cartoon Millie and Molly argue over whether to get a pet cat or a dog, so their mom gets them a turtle instead.
(First: Episode 1314)
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Film Stacy gets an examination at the eye doctor's and receives a new pair of glasses.
(First: Episode 1129)
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Cartoon K for keyhole, ketchup, and kitten
(First: Episode 0489)
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Insert Big Bird finds out how many feet Mr. Snuffleupagus has.
(First: Episode 1544)
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Cartoon A spring bounces under and over animals.
(First: Episode 1236)
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Cast Olivia sings a disco song about the "Don't Walk" sign with Susan and Maria as backup.
(First: Episode 1422)
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Cartoon Karen the Kangaroo talks about words that start with the letter K. Featuring the sped-up voice of Gene Moss.
(First: Episode 0142)
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Muppets The Martians find a telephone.
(First: Episode 0398)
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Cartoon Kids see animals in their alphabet soup.
Artist: Michael Sporn
(First: Episode 1976)
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SCENE 3 Ferlinghetti Donizetti drives David bonkers with his constant rhyming. David finally silences him as Mrs. Trump enters for lunch. She also rhymes whatever David says and strikes up an instant bond with Ferlinghetti.
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Cartoon Donnie Budd counts six snails, six ships, and six whales.
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0324)
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Muppets Bert says his favorite number is Six.
(First: Episode 1289)
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Cartoon A cat chases a mouse into a mouse hole. The cat and mouse make music as they hit the wall, until the cat breaks through the mouse hole.
Artist: The Hubleys
(First: Episode 0244)
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Film Jack Rabbit
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0390)
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Cartoon "The Little Letter L: A Poem by Louise"
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1526)
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Muppets The Count counts as Suzanne Farrell spins around. Monsters offer her some flowers, and the Count counts the bouquets.
(First: Episode 1682)
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Animation The big green balls and one little orange ball ride over the top of the hills. The little one can't make it over the big hill, but conquers the small hill.
(First: Episode 1896)
1041library.jpg Muppets At a library, Cookie Monster asks an Anything Muppet librarian for a box of cookies. The librarian becomes extremely frustrated because Cookie Monster doesn't understand the library doesn't have cookies!
(First: Episode 0926)
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Cartoon The Typewriter: L for lion
(First: Episode 0762)
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SCENE 4 David asks Ferlinghetti to sign off, being too wiped out from his antics to do so. Ferlinghetti delivers a slick rhyme about today's sponsors.


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