Sesame Street
Air date March 16, 1994
Season Season 25 (1993-1994)
Written by Josh Selig
Sponsors H, U, 20
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Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Jamal is confused to see a "Bus Stop" sign in the middle of the park. Suddenly, Monty, steering wheel in hand, enters as if he's driving a bus, pulling some derby-hatted kids behind. Despite the presence of the sign, Jamal is certain that there's no bus stop in the park. "That's alright, isn't a bus here either," retorts Monty as he drives to their next stop.
Cartoon A woman displays a BUS STOP sign to a crowd.
Artist: Irra Verbitsky
(First: Episode 1231)
Song Kevin Clash sings "The Pasta Song."
(First: Episode 3137)
Cartoon The Bridgekeeper: Square
(First: Episode 1618)
Animation Kids narrate how a Navajo blanket is weaved.
(First: Episode 2976)
Cartoon H for hello (voice of Gary Owens)
(First: Episode 0020)
Film Kids talk about the various writing methods they use.
(First: Episode 2376)
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)
SCENE 2 Monty stops his bus in the arbor to ask Carlo some questions about being a teenager, namely if they're still able to do silly things. Carlo assures Monty this is true and even starts acting silly at Monty's request. When Ruthie enters and asks about Carlo's behavior, Monty responds, "Beats me, Ruthie. You know teenagers." She boards his bus, along with the kids, leaving Carlo baffled.
Cartoon Speech Balloon: U for UP
(First: Episode 0650)
Film Two boys walk though a city neighborhood to some funky break dancing music.
(First: Episode 2679)
Muppets Elmo explains the importance of sleep, but the audience won't stop applauding and let him sleep afterwards.
(First: Episode 2985)
Cartoon Jim Thurman sings "Calcutta Joe."
Animation by Buzzco Associates, Inc.
(First: Episode 2492)
SCENE 3 Celina and the kids sing and dance "I'm a Little Teapot." Monty approaches them with a teacup and saucer, requesting a cup of tea. Since they're only pretend teapots, he drinks some pretend tea (which he imagines being very hot).
Film SALIDA (word spins around)
(First: Episode 0967)
Boy passing Salida signs
Cartoon A boy passes by various signs before reaching the SALIDA.
(First: Episode 0500)
Muppets Ernie & BertBert goes out to mail a letter, and depends on Ernie to let him in when he knocks. Instead of letting Bert in, Ernie repeats his knocks on the drums.
(First: Episode 0280)
Film Two kids play drums as animated kid-drawn figures clap with the beat.
(First: Episode 2847)
Cartoon I've got some (hair), I've got more, but I've got the most.
(First: Episode 0524)
Song "Litter Rap"
(First: Episode 2646)
Muppets While standing next to a tree being cut down, Professor Grover talks about the importance about listening... especially if the sound indicates some kind of danger.
(First: Episode 1789)
Animation H/h (space paint)
SCENE 4 Oscar introduces a segment called "Fun with Letters," where he and Telly present the letter H. Telly is forced to hold onto the visual aid, which is very heavy. Oscar concludes the lecture and goes inside his trash can, leaving Telly stuck. He retaliates by leaving the H on top of the trash can, preventing Oscar from opening it.
Film The floating kids form H.
(First: Episode 3118)
Cartoon The boss of Muzby's Treetop Flowers tells his secretary that he doesn't want any calls unless they're important. Employee Henry tries to make an important call while hanging out on a limb.
(First: Episode 2747)
Film Lucia, who lives in Argentina, narrates a segment where she visits her abuelo's chocolate factory, where they make candy out of chocolate and mazapan.
(First: Episode 3171)
Cartoon The word SALIDA exits through a white square.
(First: Episode 0718)
Muppets "Street Garden Cooperation"
(First: Episode 1956)
Cartoon The Bellhop is sent to the grocery store to get twenty grapefruits. He counts to 20 on the way there so that he can remember the quantity, but forgets what item he was sent for.
(First: Episode 2533)
Muppets / Celebrity Jodie Foster directs Telly in reciting Little Jack Horner.
(First: Episode 3079)
Cartoon "Hammer Time with Hammer"
(First: Episode 3179)
Film Photographic collage demonstration of ALL, MOST, SOME and NONE of an apple.
Artist: Frank and Caroline Mouris
(First: Episode 0979)
Muppets "I'm in Love with U"
(First: Episode 1701)
Cartoon Letter U salesman
(First: Episode 0202)
SCENE 5 Monty attempts to make Nathan laugh with some slapstick and silly props, but nothing seems to work. Monty fetches a trio of tickling sheep, who tickle him instead.
Cartoon The alphabet is presented in a chain reaction of events.
(First: Episode 1113)
Muppets A Jimmy Durante-type monster sings about the importance of the nose.
(First: Episode 1517)
Cartoon A kid names his own body parts.
(First: Episode 0809)
Film A ferry terminal switches from empty to full.
(First: Episode 2968)
Cartoon A man in a bowler hat examines what's behind each door.
(First: Episode 1409)

SCENE 6 Ruthie plays a game with Big Bird and the kids where they imitate the different ways she laughs. They even mimic Monty's laugh as he's carried past by the herd of sheep. Ruthie struggles to announce the sponsors as she's laughing so much.

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