Sesame Street
Air date May 7, 1992
Season Season 23 (1991-1992)
Written by Cathi Rosenberg-Turow
Sponsors N, Y, 20
This episode guide has been compiled from script materials provided by a trusted source.

Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 The Count is upset that he's run out of things to count around the street. Gina alerts him of the arrival of Slimey and the Worm Scouts, something the Count has yet to count. He's grateful for their help and follows them to count their further good deeds.
Cartoon Number Creatures #20
(First: Episode 2687)
Muppets "Ballad of the Sad Café"
(First: Episode 2974)
Animation A big paper clip and a small paper clip can hold papers together, and so can a small staple, with the help of its "mommy."
(First: Episode 2930)
Animation Teeny Little Super Guy: Robert W. Shipshape gets a hat for his birthday, and it blows into the street. R.W. remembers not to cross the street without an adult; Teeny Little Superguy helps him across.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 1924)
Cartoon Look both ways before you cross the street
Artist: Ray Favata
(First: Episode 1397)
SCENE 2 Gina informs Mr. Handford that the cows and chickens who've just entered Hooper's Store are none other than Udder Joy and the Hip Chicks, the greatest barnyard rappers in the world. The group launches into a rap about their skills.
Film Kids talk about how many things they can do now that they're five years old.
(First: Episode 1403)
Cartoon The Typewriter: Y for Yo-Yo
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0769)
Film Sesame Street Animal Films: Elk feeding.
Music: Robert Dennis
(First: Episode 0793)
Muppets Ronnie Trash sings about the importance of throwing litter in a can - "It's Yours and Mine."
Cartoon Bruce the moose invites Toulouse LaGoose over for juice.
(First: Episode 2498)
Film A blind boy narrates his day. He reads braille, adds with an abacus, and plays in the playground with his friends.
(EKA: Episode 1757)
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Cartoon "Lowercase n"
(First: Episode 0358)
SCENE 3 Herry Monster and Andy will demonstrate rhyming. Herry produces a shoe and some glue, then Andy screams "BOO!" Herry is frightened at first, until he realizes that also rhymes.
Animation Planet Y / y
(First: Episode 2859)
Muppets Kermit the Frog sings "It's Alive."
(First: Episode 2029)
Cartoon A satellite view of the earth is shown on television, while a group of geese decide to fly south.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 2710)
Film Some kids learn how to use Logo, a computer programming language, to draw shapes on computers.
(First: Episode 1968)
Muppets Mr. Johnson is at home when he calls for pizza delivery. Naturally, the delivery comes by way of Grover who keeps messing things up because he's not listening to the order. He brings a carpenter's saw and a potted flower attached to his head as a result of cutting Mr. Johnson off mid-sentence.
(First: Episode 2971)
Animation Sand N / n
(First: Episode 0633)
Celebrity Gloria Estefan sings a special version of "1-2-3" to Big Bird and the Birdketeers.
(First: Episode 2928)
Cartoon A kid voice-over says, "Ocean," as a fish is seen swimming in the ocean.
(First: Episode 2670)
Muppets Here is Your Life: Carton of Eggs
(First: Episode 2661)
Cartoon "The Room Is Full of Chickens"
Artist: Jane Aaron
(First: Episode 2971)

Film Lamont, who lives in the city, visits his friend Adrian, who lives in the country. Together they ride bikes, swim, and have dinner with Adrian's family.
(First: Episode 2800)
Cartoon A guru counts to twenty.
Producer: Ken Snyder; Music: Billy Taylor
(First: Episode 0276)
SCENE 4 Gina introduces the viewer to the prince and princess from "The Princess and the Pea." They are both elated over their happy ending, when an angry voice chimes in from under the mattresses - it's the pea. He feels angry that the prince and princess live happily ever after while he's stuffed under a bunch of mattress and left all alone. Gina tries to cheer him up by watching a movie...
Cartoon Edgar Turtle's three nephews show him how a round is sung.
(First: Episode 2506)
Muppets Jimmy is upset about moving to a new house, but Hoots the Owl shows up and sings "Things Are Always Changin'."
(First: Episode 2937)
Cartoon A girl thinks she hears a monster doing a cha-cha outside her window, but it's only the wind and a cricket. Her snores frighten the real monster.
Artist: Deanna Morse
(First: Episode 2951)
Film A man spins in circles while riding in his kayak.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0297)
Muppets In song, a boy wanders into the Animal Lost and Found, looking for his pet named Homer. The shopkeeper says, "Describe Your Pet to Me."
(First: Episode 2967)
Cartoon All the instruments in Sousaville love Mr. Tuba's music, but when he plays with them, he doesn't play the same music they're playing.
Artist: ArtistMike
(First: Episode 2829)
SCENE 5 The segments have made the pea feel happier and he helps Gina announce today's sponsors.

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