Sesame Street
Slimey's at worm school
(repeat of 2912)
Air date January 12, 1994
Season Season 25 (1993-1994)
Sponsors G, O, 18
Syndication 123 Sesame Street


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 It's Slimey's first day at worm school and Gina and Oscar make sure he has everything he needs. This includes a large bag of dirt, which Slimey will need for naptime. Slimey takes the worm bus to school, but forgets to bring the dirt. Gina must bring it to him...just as Oscar planned.
Song "There's a Lot of Different Ways to Get to School" (sung by Jerry Nelson)
(First: Episode 2751)
Cartoon A gorilla who knows G words applies for a job.
(First: Episode 0131)
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: The miller's daughter is in danger of losing her baby if she cannot guess the first name of Rumpelstiltskin. Kermit offers a hotline, Sesame Street-555, for people to call in and help her. The name ends up being Bruce Rumpelstiltskin, but unfortunately for Kermit, he picked the wrong place to hide: the baby's carriage!
(First: Episode 0724)
Lake song
Song "(Sittin' On) A Boat on a Lake"
(First: Episode 2807)
SCENE 2 Gina and Telly observe the worm school set up in the arbor. They note the similarities between it and regular school, though Telly wonders how they can raise their hands to answer questions. The worms raise their tails instead.
Film SCHOOL: the sign spins around.
(First: Episode 0685)
cut from the Noggin version
Muppets "Forty Blocks From My Home"
(First: Episode 2614)
Cartoon A shy girl wants to join a group bouncing a ball.
Artist: Joanna Priestley
(First: Episode 2849)
cut from the Noggin version
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)
Cartoon Dr. Annie Eyeball looks at air.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 2592)
cut from the Noggin version
Muppets Clementine and Elmo sing a song about things that are "Important".
(First: Episode 2702)
Animation Fans reveal the letter O.
(First: Episode 2905)
SCENE 3 Oscar finds it hard to believe how fast Slimey is growing up and recalls when they first met....

SCENE 3 cont'd In a flashback, Oscar hangs out in the park on a rainy day. He watches as some worms play in the mud, including a baby worm, who takes notice of Oscar. The worm (Slimey) makes his way to Oscar, crawls up on his shoulder and falls asleep. Ever since, he's lived with Oscar in his trash can.
SCENE 3 cont'd Back in the present, Oscar isn't sure if he feels happy or sad and Mr. Handford states he can feel both ways. Now, Oscar doesn't feel happy or sad - he's mad at Mr. Handford for bothering him!
Cartoon Vaudeville duo Herman Happy and Stanley Sad sing a song about how they live up to their names.
(First: Episode 0772)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster reads "SAD."
(First: Episode 1422)
Cartoon African quilt pattern #2
(First: Episode 3134)
Song "Take Care of That Smile"
(First: Episode 2745)
Muppets Ernie & BertBert has acquired some drums, but he doesn't know how to play them well. Ernie teaches him how to make drum playing exciting.
(First: Episode 0579)
Film Shapes vibrate as girls beat on their drums.
(EKA: Episode 2873)
cut from the Noggin version
SCENE 4 Big Bird watches the worms play tag at recess, but notices a worm all alone. Slimey invites him to join and even invites Big Bird, who uses his finger to pretend he's a worm.
Cartoon Fish form G and g.
(First: Episode 3112)
Film Chimps running around (piano music)
(First: Episode 2493)
cut from the Noggin version
Muppets Teacher Little Chrissy sings about how important it is to "Raise Your Hand."
(First: Episode 1959)
Film Parts of a clown are shown in close-up as kids guess what it is.
Music: Joe Raposo
(First: Episode 0428)
cut from the Noggin version
Cartoon A spoof of Alice Cooper's "Eighteen" - the number of sandwiches the singer has to choose from.
(First: Episode 2859)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentGrover asks Jesse to define marriage. They conclude that married people kiss, hug, live together, and help each other.
(EKA: Episode 2490)
Animation Kids talk about families, often mentioning having rhinoceroses as pets.
(First: Episode 2759)
SCENE 5 The worms learn the alphabet in class, when Snuffy's jumping disrupts the lesson. Big Bird suggests he pretend he's rollerskating instead, but since his imaginary skating skills aren't as good, he falls down.
Animation Amelia likes to pretend she can fly.
(First: Episode 2902)
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)
Animation Planting Letters: O
(First: Episode 3010)
Cartoon "Part of the Whole"
Artist: Sally Cruikshank
(First: Episode 2714)
Muppets The Rhymies go camping, but a bear disrupts their campsite.
(First: Episode 1389)
Animation Abstract #18
(First: Episode 2859)
SCENE 6 Oscar, Gina and Mr. Handford meet up with Slimey and his new friends after school. Oscar is disgusted to learn they've learned to cooperate, but is pleased when they use the skill to form the word "NO" with their bodies.
Cartoon Can a cat bark?
(First: Episode 0859)
cut from the Noggin version
Song "Let's Go Tubbin' Today"
(First: Episode 3024)
Cartoon A monster named Doug has trouble getting to sleep at night, until the teeth in his dream remind him to brush his own.
(First: Episode 3145)
Animation Computer G / g
(First: Episode 3112)
Muppets Alien Alphabet
(First: Episode 0277)
Film Feet wearing all different types of shoes dance.
(First: Episode 2601)
Cartoon Gerald is repeatedly kept awake by his dog Sparky, who does a dance and poses as an alligator through his shadow whenever his parents close his door.
(First: Episode 1519)
cut from the Noggin version
SCENE 7 Oscar announces the sponsors as Slimey and his friends form them.

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