Sesame Street
Rosita and Snuffy on arms / Baby Bear joins the Grouchketeers
Air date May 1, 1995
Season Season 26 (1994-1995)
Sponsors B, Y, 2


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Rosita wants to talk about arms, but Snuffy points out he can't help - he doesn't have any. Rosita uses her arms to give him a hug.
Cartoon A girl fantasizes what she could do without leaving her room if her nose, ears, legs, and arms got bigger.
(First: Episode 3285)
Film B for ball, bat, base and baseball
(First: Episode 3266)
Muppets The Oinker Sisters sing "Where Can You Be B?"
Film B's are found on a city street.
(First: Episode 3351)
Song "Around and Around"
(First: Episode 2753)
SCENE 2 Snuffy realizes his snuffle can work very well as an arm and demonstrates what he can do it with. It doesn't come in handy when he has an itch in it, but thankfully, Rosita's arms can help scratch it.
Animation Y: Yuri, a yellow yak, eats yams and yogurt.
Muppets Old West: Sinister Sam announces that someone has bought the last box of crayons, and he wants to know why. It turns out that he just wants a crayon so he can learn how to write the letter Y.
(First: Episode 1288)
Cartoon A yak discusses the letter "Y" on a stage, and is insulted when it is called a "Yakkity-yakkity-yak".
(First: Episode 0301)
Film Wegman's dogs re-enact "Goldilocks and the Three Bears."
(First: Episode 3269)

SCENE 3 At today's Grouchketeer meeting, Oscar is ready to welcome some new members. Telly nominates his best pal Baby Bear, who claims he's happy to be here. Oscar is ready to decline him because of his positive attitude, but also because he doesn't do anything Grouchy in his fairytale. He makes an exception for Goldilocks, however. He sees how angry her presence makes Baby Bear and allows him to join as well. This makes everyone happy, which makes Oscar furious.
Film A group of girls and a boy do a playground cheer ("Ooh I'm so happy!").
(First: Episode 3017)
Cartoon A gorilla outgrows his toy fire truck, and is about to throw it away, when he decides to pass it on to his little brother.
(First: Episode 2840)
Muppets Super Grover crash-lands inside an apartment, and when he sees that the lamp light is on, he decides that he needs to save energy by turning off the lamp. His method to turning off the lamp is blowing the light out, but a girl just turns off the switch.
(First: Episode 3001)
Cartoon A man points to the number 2 on a door, and counts 2 of his fingers (and 2 dinosaurs).
Artist: Chris Hinton
(First: Episode 2602)
Film A parrot announces dos, or two, of everything.
(First: Episode 3108)
Muppets Big Bird asks to see that number one more time.
(First: Episode 3247)
Muppets The Count admires an elegant number 2, which belongs to Lady Two. Together, they decide to share the number and sing "Two for Two."
Animation Computer: tall / short
(First: Episode 3042)
Cartoon "Tall Short Texans"
Artist: Joey Ahlbum
(First: Episode 3135)
SCENE 4 Baby Bear and Goldilocks get their Grouchketeer outfits and are told by Oscar to do their regular shtick: Goldilocks does something that drives Baby Bear nuts. Goldilocks doesn't want to anger Baby Bear on purpose and he becomes flattered. Out of protest, she declares they both quit the club, even though Baby Bear wanted to stay in. He runs off in a fit, which Oscar unfortunately misses.
Cartoon An actor demonstrates anger towards a casting director - literally!
(First: Episode 2061)
Cast Maria as Chaplin looks in a mirror and sees "ME." Maria's reflection is played by Linda.
(First: Episode 1032)
Cartoon "Me Tarzan ... you parrot!"
Artist: Fred Garbers
(First: Episode 2633)
Song Everyone has the same feelings, "No Matter What." Kids of all types play with a huge beach ball.
(First: Episode 2782)
Animation Draw a line from the dog to the bowl, underline the hen.
(EKA: Episode 2178)
Celebrity Little Richard sings "Rubber Duckie."
(First: Episode 3263)
Film A boy who is learning to write in Chinese writes the word "rain."
(First: Episode 3192)
SCENE 5 Gordon has lunch with Annie and offers to share his lo mein with her. He doesn't have any forks and isn't good at using chopsticks, so Annie helps him learn. By the time he masters it, she's eaten all his food demonstrating and lets him have her sandwich instead.
Song Kevin Clash sings "(I Eat With) Chopsticks" over a film of kids doing so.
(First: Episode 3270)
Animation Airplanes carve the capital and lowercase letter Y.
(First: Episode 3199)
Animation Characters on a quilt form the letter Y.
Artist: Karen Aqua
Muppets Cookie Monster sings about his moral dilemma of eating his "Gingerbread Man".
(First: Episode 3213)
Animation Native American bead designs display some wild animals, which have Indian names.
(First: Episode 2972)
SCENE 6 Annie, feeling guilty for eating Gordon's lunch, brings him some homemade egg drop soup. Rosita then announces the sponsors.

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