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Sesame Street
Herb, the plant eating dinosaur, visits Sesame Street
Air date August 18, 2006
Season Season 37 (2006)
Written by Belinda Ward
Sponsors W, 0
Releases Dinosaurs! (excerpt), iTunes,
YouTube (YouTube), HBO Max

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Picture Segment Description
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SCENE Alan is in Hooper's Store preparing a salad for Gordon -- but then the ground shakes, and he sees a dinosaur through the window. He can't believe what he's seeing.
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SCENE, cont'd When Alan places Gordon's salad by the window, the dinosaur walks by again and eats it. Alan greets the dinosaur, who introduces himself as Herb; short for Herbivore the Plant Eater.
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SCENE, cont'd Herb leaves, and Gordon returns. Alan explains that a dinosaur ate Gordon's salad, but Gordon doesn't believe him.
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SCENE, cont'd Rosita and Zoe are on the steps of 123 Sesame Street arguing over a doll when Herb swings his neck overhead. He introduces himself, and suggests a solution from his own experience to address the problem at hand; however, Zoe notes that they might get hurt and suggests a simpler solution: Taking turns. They explain the concept of taking turns to Herb, who sings "You Learn Something New Every Million Years."
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SCENE, cont'd Big Bird, Elmo, and four Birdketeers congregate in Big Bird's nest to sing "The Alphabet Song". Herb briefly peeks overhead, and Elmo asks if dinosaurs can sing the song too. Big Bird insists that dinosaurs are extinct.
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SCENE, cont'd As they sing, Herb comes back and introduces himself. He explains that he and his cousin Shirley (who he hasn't seen in 150 million years) are the lone surviving dinosaurs on Earth. The Birdketeers explain to Herb what the alphabet is, and they all sing the song together. Afterward, Herb walks off to learn more new things, and the Birdketeers recite their song again.
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SCENE, cont'd Slimey wants to play, but Oscar is too busy giving his elephant, Fluffy, a bath. Maria comes by, and asks why Slimey looks so sad. Then Herb looms up over them, startling Maria. Oscar suggests that Slimey can play with the dinosaur. Slimey happily climbs on Herb's neck and goes for a ride. Maria can't believe what she's seen, and runs off to tell everybody.
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SCENE, cont'd Gordon refuses to believe in the dinosaur, even though Maria, Big Bird, Elmo and Alan all claim to have seen him. The others leave Gordon alone to sit on the stoop -- and then Gordon sees Herb walk by, with Slimey riding on his back!
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Animation Two clay figures take turns playing basketball.
(First: Episode 4068)
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Film Children demonstrate "up" and "down" with balls.
(First: Episode 3562)
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Muppets The Letter of the Day: W
Cookie Monster attempts to convince himself not to eat the letter cookie, naming words that begin with the letter instead. Prairie Dawn walks by, but Cookie Monster is too deep in thought to notice her presence. When Prairie finally receives Cookie's attention, he eats the cookie!
(First: Episode 3992)
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Film Ornate Ws spin around in accompaniment to a song.
(First: Episode 2952)
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Cartoon Wacky Wild Waldo dances with a wilting white lotus.
(First: Episode 4104)
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Film Kids fly and form the letter W.
(First: Episode 3181)
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Animation "Dancing with the Flowers"
Artist: Karen Aqua
(First: Episode 4058)
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Insert Miles, Zoe, Baby Bear, Elmo, three children, and four Anything Muppets sing about "The Breakfast Club."
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Song Dan Zanes and friends sing "Jump Up."
(First: Episode 4064)
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Muppets Caveperson Days
Caveman Bert reminds Caveman Ernie (his son) to take out the trash. Ernie realizes that his drum can also be used as a wastebasket, and is able to take several pieces of garbage to the dump at once instead of one at a time.
(First: Episode 2667)
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Cartoon A cat desperately tries to open a can of cat food by himself while his mistress is on the phone.
Animation by Dan Haskett
(First: Episode 2151)
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Cartoon "This is the Game Today"
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Cartoon Hop, shake your head, and swing like an elephant.
(First: Episode 4015)
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Transition Bouncing ball
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Cartoon It's a party line!
(First: Episode 4112)
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Muppets Global Grover: Grover returns from Puerto Rico with a guiro -- a musical instrument made from a piece of fruit. In his film, Aniba makes a guiro from a marimbo. Afterward, Grover tries playing another instrument -- a watermelon -- without success.
(First: Episode 4077)
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Muppets The Number of the Day: 0
The Count is about to count the number of the day on his organ when the organ itself disappears. He realizes that the number of the day is zero -- and he has zero organs!
(First: Episode 3996)
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Film A man break-dances around the number 0, disappearing to demonstrate "zero dancer."
(First: Episode 4014)
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Song "Zero Song": A female voiceover sings about the food that keeps being taken away to make 0.
Arist: Jane Aaron
(First: Episode 3003)
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Film The Count (in voiceover) subtracts from five to one to zero children on a park bench.
(First: Episode 2923)
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Muppets Elmo's World: Dinosaurs
(First: Episode 4082)
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Insert The Adventures of Trash Gordon
Chapter 538
Trash Gordon scares away a giant grumpy guppy by pretending to be a kitty cat.
(First: Episode 4104)


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