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Sesame Street
Telly and Baby Bear find a lost kitten
Air date January 4, 2000
Season Season 31 (2000)
Sponsors K, 19
Syndication 123 Sesame Street
PBS Sprout


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 Elizabeth welcomes the viewer to Sesame Street, which she loves, and then introduces her kitten Sparkles, whom she also loves. She goes on and on about how much she loves him, and soon notices that Sparkles has wandered away. Where is he?
Animation The word LOVE is formed on paper.
(First: Episode 3564)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version.

Film Girls dance and chant about K.
(First: Episode 3012)
Cartoon K is for kitten.
(First: Episode 0040)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version.


SCENE 2 Telly and Baby Bear introduce the letter of the day, K. They list as many K words as they can think of, when Sparkles shows up and distracts them. It takes Telly awhile to figure out that kitten begins with K, but he finally does. Telly and Baby Bear leave to get ready for drawing time, but don't notice Sparkles following them.
Meanwhile, Elizabeth searches for her lost kitten.
Cartoon A story of a cat who hated rain, wished for it to stop, and witnessed the disastrous effects of no rain.
Artist: ArtistMike
(First: Episode 2724)

SCENE 3 Telly and Baby Bear have gathered their canvases and crayons. Soon, they are approached by the cute little kitten they met before, and they decide to draw him. They draw his eyes, his nose, his ears, his mouth, and his whiskers, and show the pictures to him. Before long, they find that they really like this kitten, and want to keep him. They toss around a few ideas of what to name him, unaware that he already has a name.
Song "Write Your Name"
(First: Episode 3274)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version.

Cartoon Characters on a quilt form the number 19.
Artist: Karen Aqua
(First: Episode 3775)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version

Film Kid mural painting #19
(First: Episode 3601)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version

Animation Number creatures #19
(First: Episode 2718)
SCENE 4 Elizabeth keeps searching for Sparkles.
Film A boy signs the word cat, and morphs into one.
(First: Episode 3323)
SCENE 5 Telly and Baby Bear come up with a name for their kitten: Little Murray. They talk about what they'll have to do to take care of Little Murray, including feeding him, and making sure he gets exercise. They take Little Murray over to Hooper's for something to eat.
Elizabeth keeps searching for Sparkles.
Cartoon A cat desperately tries to open a can of cat food by himself while his mistress is on the phone.
Artist: Dan Haskett
(EKA: Episode 2424)
Muppets / Celebrity R.E.M. sings "Furry Happy Monsters."
(First: Episode 3829)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version

Cartoon Bobby's dog narrates why Bobby is sad.
(First: Episode 3455)
SCENE 6 Bob and Linda take Barkley for a walk, and encounter Elizabeth, who's sad because she can't find her kitten anywhere. Linda describes what she did when she lost Barkley - she made a "LOST DOG" sign, which helped. Elizabeth becomes inspired to make her own sign.
Cartoon Mi kat iz ... gone
(EKA: Episode 2059)
This segment was cut from the Sprout version. See below.
Muppets Sesame Street Goes to Day Care
Big Bird and Navona sing the alphabet song.
(First: Episode 3837)
This segment was cut from the Sprout version. See below.
Animation "k" for king, kiss and key
(First: Episode 3084)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version

Cartoon Pencil box K/k
(First: Episode 2876)
SCENE 7 Elizabeth finishes making the sign, and shows it to Bob and Linda. They agree that it's a good sign, and Elizabeth goes to Hooper's to put it up.
Animation A Keith Haring mural comes to life after some kids EXIT.
(First: Episode 3006)

SCENE 8 Alan gives Little Murray a bowl of cat food to eat, and thinks that maybe this well-taken-care-of kitten belongs to someone. Baby Bear doubts it, but when they see Elizabeth's sign, they realize that Alan was right - this kitten does belong to someone. Telly doesn't want to part with the kitten, but Baby Bear tells him to look at it from Elizabeth's perspective - she doesn't want to part with her kitten, either. They agree to do the right thing.
Cartoon "Felines"
(First: Episode 3278)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version

Film Growing Numbers #19
(First: Episode 2937)

This segment was cut from the Noggin version

Cartoon 19s in space
(First: Episode 3720)
SCENE 9 Telly and Baby Bear approach a very sad Elizabeth, who becomes happy when she sees her Sparkles! Elizabeth notices that Sparkles likes it when Telly and Baby Bear are around, and she allows them to be his "uncles" and play with him whenever they want. They still have a habit of calling him "Little Murray," so Elizabeth decides that his full name will be "Little Murray Sparkles."
Muppets Elmo's World: Dogs
SCENE 10 Elizabeth and Little Murray Sparkles announce the sponsors. Telly and Baby Bear think that's one smart kitten!


Picture Segment Description
Muppets Ernie & BertErnie brings a surprise home, and he tells Bert to guess what it is. The surprise turns out to be a puppy. Bert wants to call the puppy "Norman"; Ernie suggests "Godzilla the Wonder-Dog".
(EKA: Episode 2064)
This segment replaced the cartoon following scene 6 in the Sprout version.
Film Wegman's dogs form the letter K, as in king.
(First: Episode 3296)
This segment replaced "Sesame Street Goes to Daycare" in the Sprout version.

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