|Plot||The copier at the Mail It Shop is broken|
|Air date||February 19, 2002|
|Season||Season 33 (2002)|
|Written by||Sonia Manzano|
| ||SCENE 1||Big Bird and Snuffy sing "Three of These Things" dealing with Oscar, a hat, a mat, and a cat (Little Murray Sparkles). Oscar refuses to play, and threatens to leave -- which makes him correct because he doesn't belong.|
|Muppets|| Monster Clubhouse|
Today's Furry Feeling of the Day is Sad, and the monsters get chased by an elephant.
|Muppets|| The Number of the Day: 2|
Two tubas in tutus, tapdancing, show up after The Count learns that the number of the day is 2.
|Film|| A parrot announces dos, or two, of everything.|
(First: Episode 3108)
|Cartoon|| Suzie Kabloozie: Judge #2|
(First: Episode 3954)
| ||SCENE 2||Rosita comes to the Mail It Shop to copy a drawing for her abuela, and Maria shows her how the copier works. While Maria is busy, Rosita makes copies for Gordon and Baby Bear.|
|SCENE 2, cont'd||After copying Gordon's lesson plans, Rosita presses the button to make 10 copies of the Porridge Party invitation. The machine makes a loud whirring noise and does not produce a copy.|
| ||SCENE 2, cont'd||Maria takes a look at the copier, and needs to check the manual. Meanwhile, Gordon suggests to Telly and Baby Bear that they ask the kids in the arbor to help them make copies the manual way.|
| ||SCENE 2, cont'd||The kids' copies are all different, with different colors and decorations like triangles, airplanes and bananas. Baby Bear becomes angry, but the kids are having fun.|
|SCENE 2, cont'd||Maria is on hold, on the telephone with the copy machine company. She and Rosita sing along with the hold music, performing "How Do You Do?."|
| ||SCENE 2, cont'd||As instructed, Maria presses the red reset button on the back of the machine, and it works again. Gordon and the kids convince Baby Bear that the differing invitations are better than machine-copied ones. Everyone goes the Porridge Party at Hooper's.|
|Muppets|| Big Bird and artist Chuck Close appear in a segment in which one of his self-portraits is analyzed by a group of kids in voice over as the camera pans out from the painting.|
(First: Episode 3968)
| ||Muppets|| Journey to Ernie|
Big Bird sets off on a Journey To Ernie. First, Big Bird looks for Ernie's box by dancing at the discotheque.
|Film||Kids get up and dance, because "they can dance it, and you can dance it too."|
|Muppets|| Journey to Ernie|
Big Bird looks for Ernie's box in the supermarket.
|Cartoon|| "Banana Samba" (short version)|
(First: Episode 2920)
|Muppets|| Journey to Ernie|
Big Bird looks for Ernie's box by using the penguins' pattern. We found him!
|Muppets|| Ernie's Show and Tell|
Ernie's friend Tyler draws a picture of Rubber Duckie on the computer.
(First: Episode 3877)
Come back tomorrow for another Journey to Ernie.
|Muppets|| The Letter of the Day: W|
Cookie Monster tries to distract himself from the Letter W Cookie by thinking of W words, but Prairie Dawn distracts him.
|Film|| A man dances in a W costume on the beach.|
(First: Episode 3606)
|Muppets|| The Spanish Word of the Day: teléfono|
Big Bird and Snuffy don't know the Spanish word for "telephone," but someone calls them to announce it: teléfono.
|Muppets|| Elmo's World: Computers|
(First: Episode 3916)
|SCENE 3||Big Bird, Snuffy and Little Murray Sparkles read the sponsors.|
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