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Sesame Street
Mary Had a Little Lamb
Air date March 15, 2002
Season Season 33 (2002)
Written by Sara Compton
Directed by Emily Squires
Sponsors D, 4


Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 Big Bird has a riddle for the viewer: what's furry, friendly, and bounces? It's Telly Monster on his pogo stick!
SCENE 1 cont'd Big Bird follows Telly over to the stoop, where Alan shows everyone "Another Kind of Tapping."
Celebrity Ray Romano can't describe 'frustrated' because Grover thinks he wants to talk about pineapples, head coverings or cheese balls.
(First: Episode 3983)
Muppets The Number of the Day: 4
Four Honkers (including Mr. Honker) show up after learning that the number of the day is 4.
(First: Episode 3982)
Film Wegman dogs: Four in a thea-tor
Muppets Big Bird sings "I Just Adore Four" on stage with the Oinker Sisters.
(First: Episode 3912)

SCENE 2 Today, Telly, Rosita, Zoe and Elmo will be acting out "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Zoe plays the part of Mary and Elmo plays the lamb (being very committed to character), while Telly and Rosita play their schoolmates who laugh and play. They begin, only Zoe and Elmo don't stop at the school. Zoe states the lamb has to follow her around a little before they reach school. While they wait, Rosita becomes the teacher of the school and teaches Telly how to count in Spanish.
SCENE 2 cont'd Meanwhile, Zoe leads Elmo into Hooper's Store, where Alan has just made some cookies. But, because of Elmo's role, he declines a cookie and asks for grass. Grass isn't on the menu, so Alan serves him some shredded lettuce (though he wants a cookie for dessert).
SCENE 2 cont'd Telly and Rosita have doodled all over the chalkboard and ready themselves when they see Elmo and Zoe coming by, only the two walk right through the school.
SCENE 2 cont'd Zoe and Elmo pass by Oscar's trash can, where Oscar tells them to beat it. Lamb-Elmo can't understand him, so Oscar tries scaring them away with a wolf costume. They instead find it silly and go into hysterics.
SCENE 2 cont'd Telly and Rosita have now made some clay lambs as they continue to wait. Zoe and Elmo finally show up for school, allowing the other two to laugh and play.
Song "Dressed Up" (remake)
(First: Episode 3399)

Muppets Journey to Ernie
Big Bird sets off on a Journey To Ernie. First, Big Bird asks the dinosaur to help find Ernie's box.
(First: Episode 3984)
Animation The word LOVE is formed on paper.
(First: Episode 3586)
Muppets Journey to Ernie
Big Bird looks for Ernie's box with the Martians' help. We found him!
(First: Episode 3981)
Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Ernie is painting a portrait of Bert, but paints Bert with curly hair, glasses and a beard. When Bert gets angry about this, Ernie takes him behind the easel and puts curly hair, glasses and a beard on Bert.
(First: Episode 0365)
Come back tomorrow for another Journey To Ernie.
Muppets Hero Guy
Hero Guy and Baby Bear ride a pirate ship, but Baby Bear forgot to draw the water. Fortunately, Hero Guy's tears make the water.
(First: Episode 3955)
Muppets The Letter of the Day: D
Part 1: Cookie Monster makes a "DON'T" sign to help stop him from eating the Letter D Cookie.
(First: Episode 3990)
Cartoon D for Dance: Ladies on stage dance a can-can to the tune of "The Infernal Gallop" from Jacques Offenbach's Orpheus in the Underworld, the lyrics of which are all the letter D.
(First: Episode 3449)
Muppets The Letter of the Day: D
Part 2: Cookie Monster eats the sign so it says DO, and eats the cookie.
(First: Episode 3990)
Film Two girls sing a clap song about the letter D to the tune of Yankee Doodle.
(First: Episode 3305)
Muppets The Spanish Word of the Day: Casa
(First: Episode 3991)
Muppets Elmo's World: Getting Dressed
SCENE 3 The monsters write today's sponsors on their chalkboard.

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