Sesame Street
Just another day on Sesame Street
Air date January 27, 1992
Season Season 23 (1991-1992)
Written by Lou Berger
Sponsors E, N, 6


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 Oscar, fed up with the friendly attitudes of everyone around him, sings "On This Street Where I'm Grouchy" while Slimey tap-dances. When he finishes the song, everyone gathers around to welcome the viewer to Sesame Street.
Film The Count (in voiceover) counts five children standing behind a park bench.
Cartoon Dr. Nancy Einstein shows how the brain works.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 2607)
Muppets Ernie and Bert search for Dr. Livingstone in the jungle.
(First: Episode 1736)
Cartoon "Big Sneeze" - a man destroys everything in his path when he sneezes.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 1579)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster learns to use manners while eating with a spoon.
(First: Episode 1340)
Film Baby turtles swim around.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0294)
Cartoon E for Erase
(First: Episode 0486)
SCENE 2 Big Bird is visited by the Blue-Breasted Party Pigeon, who invites him to party with him. Right then and there, the pigeon decides to leave, having noticed that Big Bird doesn't have blue feathers. Big Bird feels disappointed, but then the pigeon shows up again, now more tolerant of Big Bird's feather color.
Film "One Thousand Faces"
(First: Episode 2894)
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: Kermit interviews one of the Three Little Pigs, the one who built a straw house. The Big Bad Wolf comes to blow it down, but the house is actually strong.
(First: Episode 0551)
1095d.jpg Cartoon "I'm six years old today!"
Artist: Jim Simon
(First: Episode 0357)
Film A girl goes to the shoemaker and watches him as he repairs her shoes.
(First: Episode 0987)

Muppets NTV host Nora Nicks introduces Nick Normal and the Nickmatics singing "The Letter N."
(First: Episode 2071)
Cartoon An N-terview with an N
(First: Episode 0131)
SCENE 3 Gina finds it difficult to write a letter while the wind is blowing. Big Bird and Snuffy, masquerading as "Windbusters," offer to help Gina solve her problem by placing a brick on top of her papers. She still can't write a letter with a brick on her papers, but the "Brickbusters" solve that problem in a jiffy. She decides to go inside Hooper's to write her letter, and Big Bird and Snuffy wonder what else to do with the brick.
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Cartoon Two kids argue over a cat and a dog, who chase each other around the fence.
(First: Episode 1210)
Film On a windy day, Maria (in voice-over) asks a man (Bill Irwin), "Does air move things?" The wind speaks for him.
(First: Episode 2876)
Muppets "I'm Going to Get My Hair Cut"
(First: Episode 1822)
Cartoon E for Elephant & Elk, the nominees for best E animal.
(First: Episode 0486)
Song "Garbageman's Blues Song"
(First: Episode 1875)
Animation Match the word HOT.
(First: Episode 2055)

SCENE 4 Elmo makes believe that Oscar has a farm, pretending to be one different animal at a time, and Oscar reluctantly plays along. When Elmo shows Oscar how to call a pig, he ends up attracting a crowd of pigs and a real farmer!
Cartoon Donnie Budd counts six snails, six ships, and six whales.
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0324)
Muppets Three Honkers teach a newly-hatched baby Honker to honk.
(First: Episode 1616)
Cartoon A girl shows how good she is at drawing buildings.
(First: Episode 0454)
Cast Linda signs as Gordon says "Rain" and gets wet.
(First: Episode 2712)
Film A silent film about an automobile that can be either long or short.
(First: Episode 0520)
Cartoon A boy does an addition problem in his head: 2 + 1 = 3.
(First: Episode 0516)
Muppets Annette Monster and Frankie Monster sing "Love the Ocean" to urge others to "show respect for the sea" and refrain from throwing trash in the water.
(First: Episode 2680)
Cartoon E for End
(First: Episode 0460)

SCENE 5 Telly passes Bob and Uncle Wally on his way to a Triangle Lovers costume party, and has them guess what he's dressed as. His triangular costume isn't easy for them to guess, until he shows them a picture of a shark, which has a triangular fin.
Cartoon "Up and Down with Captain Brown"
(First: Episode 2493)
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Muppets Grover and Mr. Johnson: Grover the messenger goes to Mr. Johnson's home to deliver some singing telegrams. After reading a series of wrong telegrams, he reads 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)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: N for Nail
(First: Episode 0040)
Film Human and animal babies learn to walk.
(First: Episode 1728)
Muppets The Twiddlebugs try to figure out how to get to the zoo. They notice it's too far to walk, swim, or fly. Then they notice their Twiddle-car. (short intro)
(First: Episode 0603)
Animation A girl's narration describing the city is illustrated with cutout animation.
(First: Episode 2838)

SCENE 6 Telly comes back from the costume party, bringing some friends with him to his place. He reveals to Bob and Uncle Wally that everyone came as a shark fin, except for one guy who came as a triangular yo-yo. He leads his friends home, while Bob and Wally announce the sponsors.

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