Sesame Street
Goldilocks is sad
(repeat of 3488)
Air date February 27, 1998
Season Season 29 (1997-1998)
Sponsors Q, 10


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 Baby Bear is furious with Goldilocks; his wee-little chair is smashed to bits and he believes she did it, citing past examples of her recklessness. She and Big Bird protest that she's innocent, when Papa Bear shows up with the chair in question. He reveals he accidentally broke it in a series of mishaps. Goldilocks runs off crying, leaving Baby Bear racked with guilt. Papa Bear advises him to make her happy again.
Cartoon A kid has a zoo in him. (new sound effects added)
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Muppets Oscar the Grouch sings "I'm Sad Because I'm Happy."
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Film Kids play rhythms on pots, pans, a barrel and a washboard.
(First: Episode 3443)
Cartoon "The Adventures of Clever Bill!" The main character solves conflicts between two fighting giants and two fighting girls. (new music added)
(First: Episode 2068)
SCENE 2 Baby Bear tries to apologize to Goldilocks, but she turns away, huffing. Big Bird tells Baby Bear that whenever he feels sad or angry, he and Snuffy sing "The Alphabet Song." They try cheering her up by singing, but it doesn't work and Goldilocks runs off crying.
SCENE 2 cont'd Luis witnesses Goldilocks running off and learns what's happened. Since he's good at fixing things, Big Bird asks how he'd fix a broken heart. He tells them whenever Maria is upset, he gets her some flowers.
Film A karate team punches out the alphabet.
(First: Episode 3421)
Cartoon What if a turtle and rabbit switched appearances?
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Muppets Sesame Street News Flash
The hare challenges The Tortoise to a rematch: this time, the Tortoise comes equipped with a jet-pack.
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Film Kids in Jamaica play bongo drums.
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Muppets / Celebrity Count von Count and his team of coaches count how many times David Robinson can dribble the basketball.
(First: Episode 3472)
Cartoon Counting to 10
Artist: Keith Haring
(First: Episode 3042)
Film Coverage of a spring kite-flying festival, where both kids and grownups can participate.
(First: Episode 3276)
Muppets Cookie Monster does something unexpected by not eating a plate of cookies. Once the audience understands surprise, he then reverts to form and eats the cookies.
(First: Episode 3528)
Animation Luxo Sr. examines a box. Luxo Jr. pops out of the box, demonstrating "surprise."
(First: Episode 2851)
SCENE 3 Baby Bear presents Goldilocks with a bouquet of 10 flowers, but she immediately begins sneezing (she's allergic).
Cartoon A boy's friends bring him flowers to cheer him up, not knowing that he's allergic to them.
(First: Episode 1524)
Animation Counting to 10 (Latin rhythm)
(First: Episode 3045)
Muppets Zoe is about to draw the number 10, but she only knows how to draw lines. Elmo doesn't know how to draw a 10 either, but he is good at making circles. An ominous voice advises them to cooperate.
(First: Episode 3390)
Pinball 10
Cartoon Pinball #10
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 0990)
Film A girl narrates a film of herself taking care of her horse, Strawberry.
(First: Episode 2641)
Cartoon A little girl shows the building and apartment where she lives -- both with the number 6.
(First: Episode 0783)
Muppets Mr. Snuffleupagus sings "Somebody Come and Play"
(First: Episode 3401)
Cartoon Q for Quiet (new sound effects added)
Artist: John Korty
(First: Episode 0441)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster observes the letter Q, then the word QUIET.
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Film A paper crumples to reveal Q, q and Qq.
(First: Episode 3105)
Song "Papermaking Song"
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Cartoon One of these shoe pairs ...
(First: Episode 0503)
Muppets Ernie & Bert — On the deck of The Love Boat, a uniformed Ernie expresses how much he loves this boat. "Ernest" shares his love with Amanda, a grumpy patron, a fish, and soon several passengers who join them in their love for this boat.
(First: Episode 1958)
Animation The word LOVE is formed on paper.
(First: Episode 3564)
SCENE 4 Big Bird introduces showman Baby Bear, who sings his "Smile, Dance, Laugh" song. The song cures Goldilocks' sadness, but she's still angry with Baby Bear over what he's put her through today.
Cartoon "Why Bears Smile" - a story of a bear who learned which body part to cover when sneezing. (new music and sound effects added)
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1109)
Cast Maria and Linda sew quilts with a Q on them.
(First: Episode 1508)
Film Q, for quack. Quiet!
(First: Episode 3405)
Cartoon Q -- that funny looking thing.
(First: Episode 0131)

SCENE 5 Papa Bear and Luis return with the repaired chair, though Goldilocks is still mad. She claims the only way to perk herself up is to relax in a nice, comfy chair. Baby Bear allows her to sit in his chair, which makes her feel better. He then reluctantly goes to get her a bowl of porridge, as Big Bird announces the sponsors.
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