Sesame Street
Air date December 29, 1994
Season Season 26 (1994-1995)
Written by Josh Selig
Sponsors B, R, 3


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Big Bird and the Birdketeers say "Hello" to Maria and Luis in Spanish, Chinese and Swahili. They realize that the grown-ups are too busy to hear them say "Hellos." all day, so they start saying different "Goodbyes."
Cartoon The moon listens to everyone say "Good night" in different languages.
(EKA: Episode 2243)
Song "Frog Kick"
(EKA: Episode 2303)
Bforbeard Cartoon B for Beard (poem by Edward Lear)
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1147)
Muppets Alphabet Chat: Mr. Chatterly and Mr. Bull have a conversation about sporting goods that begin with B such as baseball, bowling and ballooning as the staff gives Mr. Chatterly some things that begin with B, like balls and balloons.
(First: Episode 3123)
Film (song) Ornate Bs around the neighborhood and at the beach
(First: Episode 3266)
Muppets Ernie sings "Imagine That" about things that he sometimes imagines to be: first a knight in shining armor who battles a dragon, then a sailor, and finally, himself.
(First: Episode 2142)
Animation Amelia likes to pretend she can fly.
(First: Episode 2902)
SCENE 2 Big Bird wants to educate the Birdketeers on love. He asks Maria and Luis to kiss and they share a very passionate one. "Now that's love!," declares Big Bird.
Cartoon The letters in the word BESO kiss each other.
(First: Episode 0433)
Animation A girl dances her way into a family portrait.
(First: Episode 3134)
Cartoon Donnie Budd sings about three trios of animals who live on a fat lady's lap.
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0299)
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment — Carrington tells Grover he's three years old.
(First: Episode 3261)
Cartoon Three computer animated fish.
(First: Episode 2792)
Song "Brand New Look" - people try on glasses.
(First: Episode 3271)
Cartoon Ranger Armbuckle talks about how plants travel -- by sowing their seeds.
Artist: ArtistMike
(First: Episode 2727)
SCENE 3 Gina reads Big Bird the day's Calvin & Hobbes strip, when Telly comes up with a question for Gina, only he immediately forgets it. He worries what the question could possibly be and thinks of the disastrous results that could happen. He calms down and finally remembers his question: "How are ya', Gina?"
Cartoon On his way to the store, a boy gets distracted and remembers to buy different things. (new sting added)
(First: Episode 0768)
Film Ornate Rs fly through the sky to a song.
(First: Episode 2932)
Film Alphaquest: R
Running down a road past a rabbit, a radio, some rocks and a rainbow
(First: Episode 2726)
Animation R / r (space paint)
(First: Episode 3227)
Muppets The Bicuspids sing "Kids Just Love to Brush."
(First: Episode 2060)
Cartoon A toothbrush talks to a mouth about what could happen if not taken care of.
(First: Episode 1476)
Insert Oscar the Grouch loves the dissonant sounds of the Tokyo String Quartet tuning their instruments. When they start playing a classical piece, he’s disgusted and asks them to tune up again.
Animation Cecille sings "I'm Gonna Get to You."
(First: Episode 2873)
Film A girl learns how to rollerblade.
(First: Episode 3270)
Cartoon Snacks On Parade: The Raisin
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1171)
Muppets A father monster sings a song to his confused son about the difference between up and down.
(First: Episode 3225)
Luxo Jr
Animation Luxo Jr.: Up and Down
(First: Episode 3130)

SCENE 4 Monty has trouble fitting his round peg into a square hole. It does fit nicely into Gordon's morning bagel, though.
Cartoon The Four Squares sing "It's Hip To Be a Square."
Artists: Vincent Cafarelli & Candy Kugel
(First: Episode 2615)
Film The floating kids form a square.
(First: Episode 3132)
Muppets While shopping in a China store, Simon Soundman helps Old McDonald find his lost animal - however his animal sounds attract animals to barge into the fragile store.
(First: Episode 3068)
Film Wegman's dogs are really sound sleepers - neither an alarm, nor a jackhammer nor an elephant will wake them up.
(First: Episode 3010)
SCENE 5 Monty orders a pea from Hooper's Store, though finds it isn't very many. Gina provides him with more, then less peas. Monty then starts dancing with his bowl of peas.
Film Korean girls do a spring dance.
(First: Episode 3170)
Muppets "I Love You (More or Less)"
(First: Episode 2990)
Cartoon B for banana and ballerina
(First: Episode 2515)
Film B for ball, bat, base and baseball
(First: Episode 3266)
Cartoon A penguin repeats the rhythms of the sounds it hears, which include a drum, a door knock, a saw and a typewriter.
Artists: The Hubleys
(EKA: Episode 0272)
SCENE 6 Big Bird confirms with Gordon that their friendship means they'd listen to anything the other has to say. Thus, Big Bird "la-las" for Gordon and asks him to repeat it back to him. Big Bird then announces the sponsors.

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