Sesame Street
Big Bird learns about siblings
(repeat of 2419)
Air date December 7, 1989
Season Season 21 (1989-1990)
Sponsors A, P, 2
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Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 Big Bird prepares a speech about some, more, and all. Before he begins, he sips from his glass of milk in various increments until it's all gone. He's confused when the crowd applauds, until Gordon points out how he just demonstrated the concepts.
Cartoon A - acrobat ball
(EKA: Episode 2453)
Animation Teeny Little Super Guy: Two boys are fighting over a swing, so Teeny Little Superguy shows them how to share.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 1967)
Cartoon A young man carrying a brown paper bag walks up to the bridgekeeper and asks him if he works there. He orders him to show him whatever circles are in the bag, and to eat them. He is ordered to eat three round foods: a cookie, a pepperoni pizza, and a slice of watermelon. Once he is granted permission to cross the bridge, however, he tells the bridgekeeper that he was merely trying to deliver the latter's groceries.
(First: Episode 1582)
Muppets Live from the Nestropolitan Opera, Phil Harmonic introduces the staged production of Peligro starring Placido Flamingo.
(First: Episode 2273)
Cartoon Two flies land on a man's nose and take a bite.
Artist: Cordell Barker
(First: Episode 2409)
Insert Linda plays a guessing game with Bob, Maria and the kids in which she makes some signs for animals.
(First: Episode 1970)
Cartoon I've got some (hair), I've got more, but I've got the most.
(First: Episode 0524)
Film A boy paints a picture of a porcupine on glass.
(First: Episode 0064)
Animation A hand arranges blocks to form benches so a bunny and a chick can have tea.
(First: Episode 1488)

Muppets While Ernie is away visiting the Count, Bert has the place all to himself... or so he thinks! A group of sheep burst into the room and proceed to sing him a song ("Bert's Blanket") about how his blanket was made (with a flashback scene where Ernie is portrayed as a farmer). Bert then corrects them on the actual production phase.
(First: Episode 2391)
Animation El Numero Dos (Luis voice-over)
(First: Episode 2211)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentGrover asks Jesse to define marriage. They conclude that married people kiss, hug, live together, and help each other.
(First: Episode 2441)
Cartoon They'd play with me if I had...
(First: Episode 0815)
Film Fay Ray subtracts one ball.
Cartoon An elephant asks Nesbitt for directions to the zoo, but won't listen to him long enough.
Artist: Janet Perlman
(First: Episode 1631)
SCENE 2 Snuffy brings his little sister Alice over to Big Bird's nest. When Big Bird asks what it's like having a little sister, Snuffy sings a song about it.
Cartoon Words that begin with A, ending with ambulance (Spanish soundtrack) Animated by Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0371)
Muppets The Three Little Pigs look for the Big Bad Wolf in a police line-up.
(First: Episode 2541)
Animation Three rocks use different methods to get across a lake.
Artist: Al Jarnow
(First: Episode 1459)
Song Sesame Street Creature Feature: The Sloth
(First: Episode 2500)
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 I have all, I have none (men w/ grapes)
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 0624)
SCENE 3 Big Bird and Snuffy ask Luis to read them a pre-nap story. He picks out "Little Red Riding Hood." The two gush about their favorite parts of the story in order, essentially reading it themselves.
Cartoon The Bellhop is told that there are two kids, Betty and Bobby Blobby, who are lost in the lobby, and he must help them find their parents.
(First: Episode 2503)
Film Team Player (3:52)
Cartoon An orchestra conductor asks "May I have an A, please?" at which point a giant letter A falls from the sky.
(First: Episode 0770)
Muppets / Celebrity Cab Calloway and the Count sing "I Want to Count."
(First: Episode 1545)
Cartoon A green man demonstrates dark and light.
(First: Episode 1129)
SCENE 4 Big Bird has a tom-tom drum and Gordon initiates a game - whatever he says, Big Bird drums out a beat with the same syllables.
Animation Blue, red and yellow ovals play "Old MacDonald."
(EKA: Episode 2002)
Song "Doll House"
(First: Episode 0131)
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)
Muppets Lefty sells Ernie an invisible ice cream cone; Ernie pays for it with an invisible nickel.
(First: Episode 0687)
Cartoon Picnic with P foods (carried away by ants)
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(First: Episode 0764)

SCENE 5 Big Bird reads Luis his version of "The Old Woman Who Lives in a Shoe" with an expanded ending - the Old Woman moves the whole family into a boot, which has much more room. Gordon announces the sponsors.

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