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Sesame Street
Vegetable stories, etc
Air date February 14, 1994
Season Season 25 (1993-1994)
Written by G. Ross Parker
Sponsors G, M, 11
Syndication 123 Sesame Street


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 At Hooper's, Big Bird welcomes the viewer and points out that Chicago the Lion is about to buy a book about vegetables. He asks Mr. Handford if the store has any copies of Snow White and the Seven Potatoes and Little Red Rutabaga, neither of which can be found. The store does have a copy of Jack and the Beanstalk, which appeals to Chicago, since he likes beans, so Mr. Handford reads the story to him and Big Bird.
Cartoon A man demonstrates what newspapers are made of, and finds an ad for "One slightly used monster."
(First: Episode 2919)
Animation Letter Garden: M
(First: Episode 3079)
Muppets "M-M-M Monster Meal"
(First: Episode 0380)
Cartoon Mandrake the magician does magic, while Mo the mechanic mends a martian's flying machine.
(First: Episode 3160)
Film Kids talk about building sand castles and sand structures at the beach.
(First: Episode 1122)
cut from the Noggin version
Animation "We Are Kids From Far and Wide" - Colombia
(First: Episode 2769)
Film Over (silent film)
(First: Episode 0517)
cut from the Noggin version

SCENE 2 Gina waits impatiently for her friend beside Oscar's trash can, and Oscar pops up when he notices how angry she looks that she's going to miss her movie. Right then and there, the scene becomes a ceremony for the "Grouchiest Grouch Awards," hosted by Grouch Valenti. The first award he gives out, the Angriest Grouch award, almost goes to Oscar, until Gina tells him to buzz off, which earns her the award. Oscar is appalled that she got the award, and throws a fit ("I was robbed! I'm the Grouch around here!").
Cartoon A little boy describes a time when he got angry after his toy truck was destroyed by a big kid.
Artist: ArtistMike
(First: Episode 2764)
Muppets Monsterpiece Theater: 12 Angry Men
(First: Episode 3002)
Film A boy who lives in Alaska narrates a film of himself going ice-fishing with his grandfather and sister.
(First: Episode 2375)
Cartoon A bus driver counts 11 of each necessity for a bus trip camping.
(First: Episode 3151)
Muppets An Anything Muppet girl shows the viewers that the number 11 is the same right side up and upside down. (Spanish soundtrack)
(First: Episode 0362)
Animation Clown Honking #11
SCENE 3 While pushing some kids on a swing, Big Bird notices a bee buzzing around, and wonders where it gets its instincts. In song, he also wonders what makes a fly fly, a flower flower, the leaves leave, etc.
Film Old bottles are made into new bottles at a recycling plant.
music: "Black Eyed Peas" by Graham Preskett
(First: Episode 0917)
cut from the Noggin version
Cartoon Letter G drawing with kid voice-over.
(First: Episode 0306)
Muppets Grover talks about the letter G, as it slowly grows. (new music added)
(First: Episode 0210)
Animation Sand G/g
(First: Episode 0643)
Ernie's Bert Sculpture.jpg
Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Ernie makes a clay bust of Bert, but runs out of clay for the nose, so he pulls Bert's nose off and puts it on the statue.
(First: Episode 0463)
Cartoon Two monkeys argue over what to watch on TV, growing bigger the angrier they get.
(First: Episode 0762)
cut from the Noggin version
SCENE 4 Big Bird recites a poem about not being able to whistle. Unlike other birds (and the wind), he needs a toy whistle to do so.
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)
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)
Song Sesame Street Creature Feature: The Whiskeyjack (sung by Jerry Nelson)
Cartoon Mary Shaboom reluctantly moves to a new house, and muses about the consequences.
(First: Episode 2959)
Muppets At night, one of the heads of the Two-Headed Monster sings his other the "Ugga Wugga Lullabye".
(First: Episode 2014)
Cartoon The detective sees a hippo bouncing on a trampoline, and wonders how the hippo can bounce, since hippos are heavy, but the hippo thinks that he is light.
(First: Episode 2537)
cut from the Noggin version
Song "Mom and Me"
(First: Episode 2462)

Animation Beads arrange themselves in different ways, and finally stick themselves to a boy's jacket.
(First: Episode 3045)
SCENE 5 Snuffy sings a song about Alice, "She's My Sister."
Cartoon A baby cries whenever he gets a beso.
(First: Episode 0433)
Muppets Waiter Grover prepares a table for a family who's celebrating their grandmother's birthday, but Grover doesn't know her name, so when each family member refers to her as a different relative each time, Grover thinks there's more than one party going on, so he ends up bringing out seven cakes.
(First: Episode 1958)
Cartoon Kids try to guess what a bunch of shapes will form; eventually they form a chicken.
(First: Episode 2838)
Song Olivia sings "The Riddle."
(First: Episode 1721)
Muppets Kermit describes the times it is appropriate to use the in and out doors. To his dismay, a group of monsters keeps going out the in door.
(First: Episode 2220)
Cartoon A colorful, rhythmic demonstration of the word IN
(First: Episode 0337)
Film Miles lives in Kuwait, and sometimes plays taiko drums at the park.
Cartoon At the Pride Day Ceremony, Donald is waiting to describe his proudest accomplishment, and is initially unsure of himself next to other impressive students. He finally proudly acclaims his achievement, tying his shoes all by himself.
Artist: John Korty
(First: Episode 2085)
SCENE 6 Snuffy and Alice announce the sponsors and go home.

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