Sesame Street
Biff waits for Sully
Air date February 22, 1995
Season Season 26 (1994-1995)
Written by Jeff Moss
Sponsors N, Z, 0


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Biff is upset that Sully is late; they're supposed to meet on Sesame Street to deliver a hand-made bookcase. Roxie Marie and Big Bird assure him Sully will come, when they hear some sneezing. Biff thinks it's Sully, who's come down with a case of the "sneezeroos." He drags Roxie to the drug store to get some things to help.
Cartoon Don't be a Snerd when you sneeze.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1487)
Muppets Kermit the Frog goes to see his doctor, who listens to his heart. Describing what he hears as "groovy", the doctor sings "Heart of a Frog" about different kinds of noises (backed by frog nurses)
(First: Episode 2650)
Cartoon N is for nose.
(First: Episode 1206)
Film The floating kids form a letter N.
(First: Episode 3109)
Cartoon Autumn leaves form a capital "N" and lowercase "n,"
(First: Episode 3114)
Film Cheri goes fishing with her abuelo.
(First: Episode 2784)
SCENE 2 Biff goes over all the items they got to make Sully feel well, though Roxie is certain the sneezes aren't from Sully.
SCENE 2 cont'd They go onto the block and don't see Sully anywhere. Instead, the sneezing is coming from Oscar the Grouch, who's using a feather to give himself some self-inflicted sneezeroos (Grouches love to sneeze). They all hear some snoring, which Biff thinks is Sully taking a nap. Roxie and Oscar know it's actually Big Bird, but Biff runs off to get some stuff.
Cartoon Z In Space
(First: Episode 0509)
Animation Playing cards form the letter Z and dance to zydeco music.
(First: Episode 3166)
Cartoon Z for zipper
(First: Episode 0025)
Song "Around and Around"
(First: Episode 2753)
Cartoon A wizard walks through a door. A boy in pajamas tries to imitate him without success.
(First: Episode 1042)
Insert The Tokyo String Quartet and some kids show how important it is to practice, as Big Bird provides voiceover.
(First: Episode 3290)
Animation Lillian is proud because she climbed a mountain all by herself.
Artist: Craig Bartlett
(First: Episode 2749)

SCENE 3 Biff returns with a pillow, colorful pajamas and an alarm clock for Sully. They go into Big Bird's nest area and find it's Big Bird who's is asleep. Biff starts to feel sad, fretting he'll never see Sully again. They then hear laughing and Biff recognizes it as Sully, happy to finally be on the street. Biff want to get some party items to celebrate, but Roxie insists they find make sure it's Sully first before they get anything.
SCENE 3 cont'd They go to the stoop, where they find Carlo is the one laughing (he's practicing for a school play). Biff is no longer sad over Sully's absence, he's angry!
Cartoon The story of Tommy LaPlaid, the painter so sad until he discovered the joys of kicking his paints on the canvas.
Artist: Mo Willems
(First: Episode 3208)
Song Gina and Maria sing The Word is "No."
(First: Episode 2548)
Cartoon A dog tries desperately to meow, but can only bark.
(First: Episode 0829)

Film A boy narrates a film of what happens when it changes from fall to winter.
(First: Episode 2459)
Cartoon A boy counts down to 0 as he eats his soup.
(First: Episode 2283)
Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentCookie Monster asks Lexine what 0 is.
(First: Episode 3249)
Song "Zero Song": A female voiceover sings about the food that keeps being taken away to make 0.
Arist: Jane Aaron
(First: Episode 3003)
SCENE 4 Biff can't find Sully anywhere, when Roxie spots him carrying the bookcase with Bob. They learn Bob ran into Sully on Besame Street, where they were actually supposed to meet, and helped him over to Sesame Street. Biff is so happy to see his friend, he accidentally knocks over the bookcase, destroying it. He tells Sully to rebuild it and they'll meet next week.
Cartoon Jim Thurman sings "Calcutta Joe."
Animation by Buzzco Associates, Inc.
(First: Episode 2492)
Film A girl narrates a film of herself taking the bus home with her dad. They play a game where she points to things and identifies them.
(First: Episode 3302)
Cartoon A woman displays a BUS STOP sign to a crowd.
Artist: Irra Verbitsky
(First: Episode 1231)
Muppets "Six Kids Subtraction"
(First: Episode 2670)
Film Farmer McFay demonstrates subtraction with six fruits.
(First: Episode 3216)
Cartoon Three mayonnaise jars follow three different paths after they leave the factory.
Artist: ArtistMike
(First: Episode 2762)
SCENE 5 Bob, Carlo, the kids and the residents of the Furry Arms sing "Everybody Laugh."
Film What sound does a duck make?
(First: Episode 3298)
Animation Computer N / n
(First: Episode 3039)
Film Jaws spoof with the letter N.
Muppets Guy Smiley hosts "What's Prairie's Problem?" in which contestants try to figure out why Prairie Dawn can't use one of her senses (i.e., which part of her face is covered).
(First: Episode 2466)
Cartoon Jake the Snake demonstrates body parts.
Artist: Buzzco Associates, Inc.
(First: Episode 2486)
Song Joe Raposo sings "Doggy Paddle."
(First: Episode 1967)
Cartoon A dog answers "Yes" to every question.
(First: Episode 0783)
Muppets Ernie buys a newspaper after hearing the newsboy yell out the headline: "Four People Fooled!" Ernie reads the paper, but finds no such news in the paper, making him the fifth person fooled.
(First: Episode 1164)
Cartoon "Hammer Time with Hammer"
(First: Episode 3179)

SCENE 6 As Sully rebuilds the bookshelf, Biff and Roxie come up with rhymes for "Biff." Big Bird announces the sponsors.

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