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Sesame Street
Opposite Day
Air date February 21, 1995
Season Season 26 (1994-1995)
Written by Molly Boylan
Sponsors T, Z, 6

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Picture Segment Description
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COLD OPEN Oscar makes sure the coast is clear before introducing the word of the day - opposite. Rosita and Zoe interrupt. He adds that in honor of the word, he will say the opposite of whatever people tell him. The monsters enjoy the idea for the game, but Oscar tries to say it's not a game, which is the opposite of what they say.
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SCENE 1 Zoe and Rosita say some words and Oscar says the opposite. Rosita then gets an idea; she asks Oscar what's the opposite of "I hate you," and he replies with the answer - "I love you," which he then realizes was a mistake. In response, Rosita gives Oscar a kiss, which disgusts him.
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Animation Cecille sings β€œUp Down, In Out, Over and Under.”
(First: Episode 2746)
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Film A boy in Jamaica goes to school and attends drum class.
(First: Episode 3145)
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Cartoon How Andy Fritz Ate the Sun.
Artist: ArtistMike
(First: Episode 2730)
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Muppets Phil Harmonic introduces Ernie and Placido Flamingo, who sing "Up and Down Opera" to demonstrate up and down.
(First: Episode 2440)
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Animation Two frogs demonstrate up and down.
(First: Episode 3225)
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Celebrity Savion and Gregory Hines do the "Opposite Dance," tap-dancing in opposite ways.
(First: Episode 2949)
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Film T for Triangle
(First: Episode 3271)
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Animation T for toothbrush and toothpaste
(First: Episode 2811)
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Song "T, You're Terrific"
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Muppets The Martians spy a leaky faucet through a kitchen window. As it continues to drip, a Fat Blue woman turns it off, shocked to see that she had been wasting water.
(First: Episode 2962)
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Cartoon "Water Conservation": Frank the fish calls Carl and tells him not to leave the water running while brushing his teeth, otherwise the lake will be dry.
Artist: Peter Chung
(First: Episode 2689)
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Film A girl narrates a segment about her friend, Billy, who swims with dolphins.
(First: Episode 3012)
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Cartoon "Animal Elevator": 1-10
(First: Episode 2530)
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SCENE 2 Zoe and Rosita argue over who's the big one. Gordon shows them that Zoe is big and Rosita is bigger, leaving him to be the biggest. That is, until Big Bird shows up.
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Cartoon Knights use different words for "big".
Artist: Fred Garbers
(First: Episode 1985)
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Song "Country in the City"
(First: Episode 3292)
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Cartoon The Typewriter: Z for Zoo
(First: Episode 0776)
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Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment β€” Cookie Monster and Lexine identify a letter Z.
(First: Episode 3296)
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Cartoon Z for Zebu
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 1185)
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Film Michael introduces his friend to the Afro-Brazilian martial art Capoeira.
(First: Episode 2752)
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Animation Beads arrange themselves in different ways, and finally stick themselves to a boy's jacket.
(First: Episode 3045)
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Muppets Maria and some kids rap along with Moo Cow Hammer and the Barnyard Rappers.
(First: Episode 2878)
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Film What sound does a rooster make?
(First: Episode 3278)
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Cartoon Donnie Budd counts six snails, six ships, and six whales.
Artist: Bud Luckey
(First: Episode 0324)
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Muppets Bert says his favorite number is Six.
(First: Episode 1289)
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Cartoon "I'm six years old today!"
(First: Episode 0357)
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Film A girl narrates a film of herself taking care of her horse, Strawberry.
(First: Episode 2641)
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Cartoon A real Indian boy tells two boys who are playing Cowboy and Indian that Indians don't say "ugh". The other kids tell him that they heard the expression on TV.
(First: Episode 0771)
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SCENE 3 Zoe needs a grown-up to read her favorite book to her, The Snowy Day, but Bob and Gordon are too busy. Rosita comes by and brings her copy, which is the Spanish translation. Despite the different language, the story is the same. Bob and Gordon come back, ready to read, but Zoe and Rosita are too busy admiring the pictures.
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Song "Ookyook Song," a Joe Raposo song with the Alaskan words for all the things you need to put on when it's ukiuq (winter).
(First: Episode 2360)
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Cartoon What does the word COLD match with?
(First: Episode 2087)
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Muppets Guy Smiley hosts "What's My Job?" in which blindfolded monster contestants guess the occupations of different professionals, including Sonny Friendly. (new sound effects added)
(First: Episode 2573)
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Cartoon Which legs belong on the man?
(First: Episode 1691)
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Film Joe Raposo: Swinging Gibbon
(First: Episode 0009)
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Muppets "The Zizzy Zoomers"
(First: Episode 0359)
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Animation Z / z Gregorian chant
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Film A girl's grandmother teaches Spanish to her parrot Kuka.
(First: Episode 3101)
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Cartoon A cartoon shows a few Spanish words - which are also English words.
Artist: Fred Garbers
(First: Episode 3011)
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SCENE 4 Bob and Gordon finish reading Zoe's book. Because they don't know enough Spanish to read the Spanish version, the monsters go to see Rosita's grandmother, who can read it to them. Gordon announces the sponsors.


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