|Picture||Theme / EKA||Description|
| Near and Far|
|Grover demonstrates the difference between "near" and "far" by running away from the camera and back, eventually fainting from exhaustion. Jim Henson performs Grover here.|
| Monsters Look at "A"|
|Monsters, including an early Grover, Flute-Snatcher, Cookie Monster, Beautiful Day Monster, and Scudge, are looking at something. Fred's son appears, and is reprimanded with "Eyy!" After a few times, Fred's son turns toward the viewer and yells "A!", revealing that the group is staring at the letter A. Caroll Spinney performs Grover in this sketch.|
| Counting to 10|
|Some Anything Muppets and monsters (including Cookie Monster, an early Grover, Beautiful Day Monster, Scudge, and Fred's son) pile up and count to 10.|
| Monsters Whisper "C"|
|Monsters, including an early Grover, Cookie Monster, and Beautiful Day Monster, pass on the message, "See." The wide shot reveals that the monsters were whispering about the Letter C. Caroll Spinney performs Cookie Monster here.|
| First and Last|
| A group of Monsters, led by a hippie, play a game where they march in a line and then switch direction. Grover wants to be first and not last, but can't keep up with the ever switching directions. This sketch was later remade, with the blue version of Grover and with the monsters being replaced.
| Seven Balloons|
|Ernie tries to count his balloons. The balloons are arranged in a circle, so he continues counting around the circle, and counts some of them twice. Grover has a solution -- he pops each of the balloons as he counts them.|
| The Zoo|
|Grover visits the zoo to talk about birds. He visits the birdcage (containing Little Bird) and swaps places inside the cage. Two Anything Muppets come and admire him.|
| Front and Back|
| Grover talks about front and back, but whenever Grover wants to talk about front, the camera suddenly cuts to a shot of his back, and whenever he wants to talk about back, the camera cuts to a shot of his front.
| Grover and the Telephone|
|Grover uses a telephone booth to explain how a telephone is used. When he enters the booth, however, he finds that there is no phone in sight. An Anything Muppet boy arrives to use the telephone, and thinks that Grover is the telephone since he is the only thing he found in the booth. The boy proceeds and talks into Grover's mouth.|
| Full/Empty Room|
|An Anything Muppet boy demonstrates empty by leaving his room, soon Grover and his friends including Cookie Monster occupy the room making it full. The boy comes in and scares the monsters away leaving it empty.|
| Grover uses his airplane to demonstrate "above" and "below".|
Note: A brief clip from this sketch was also used during the opening for the Swedish version of the show.
|Grover is going to teach the audience about "surprise" by sneaking up on Ernie. He sees Ernie sitting in his chair -- and he knows that it's Ernie because he can see Ernie's shirt and Ernie's hair. Grover sneaks up to surprise Ernie -- but then it turns out to be Herry Monster.|
| Three Monsters|
| Grover, Herry and a little pink monster rearrange themselves in different ways and count to three, until they get exhausted and faint.
| Grover and the letter R|
|Grover demonstrates the letter R, which rocks, rolls and runs at Grover's command. It even fires away at "rocket," to which a surprised Grover says "That's ridiculous!"|
| Search for a triangle|
|Herry first spots a rectangle. Grover tells Herry it isn't a triangle and becomes frustrated. Next, he spots a square, Grover tells him it isn't a triangle, and again is frustrated. Grover suggests that Herry cut the square in half and make two triangles.|
|Grover sees the word "me" and shouts the word.|
| Grover and the letter G|
| Grover demonstrates the letter G, which grows and grows until it scares Grover away.
| || Monotones Walk|
| Part 1: Grover asks Little Jerry and the Monotones (who are tired and don't seem to care about what they are doing) to hold up signs with letters that make up the word "walk". When Grover tells them what it spells, they walk over him.
Part 2: Grover walks past the letters that spell "walk" and tells the viewers what the word is. The letters then walk over Grover.
| Grover and Oscar's Alphabet|
|Grover gets Oscar the Grouch to join him in listing words that begin with each letter of the alphabet. Grover says wholesome words while Oscar uses insulting words.|
| Grover explains the word "EXIT" with Little Jerry and the Monotones going through the exit. Unfortunately for him, the group take no notice of Grover and run over him.
| Monster Tug-Of-War|
|Grover demonstrates cooperation with monsters who are playing tug-of-war.|
|Grover spots a good-looking but somewhat scary monster, who seems to follow him wherever he goes. Grover is starting to get really nervous, when Herbert Birdsfoot comes along and says, "I see you're having fun playing with your shadow."|
| Prairie Dawn Invites 3|
|Prairie Dawn invites Grover to dinner, but Grover can't come without Herry, who can't come without Cookie Monster, so Prairie invites all three of them until she learns that they are not cats.|
| Grover and the Rowboat|
|In this three-part sketch, Grover and a group of monsters, including Herry Monster, Fenwick and Billy, get into a rowboat. In part one, the monsters all gather at one end, causing the boat to tip over. In part two, they gather on the other end, and the boat tips over again. In part three, the monsters spread out over the boat evenly, and row away.|
|Grover appears in a library to tell the viewers about what a library is. The librarian, however, keeps telling Grover to be quieter, until he can barely even be heard.|
|Grover is carrying the word "HELP", which is very heavy. He asks Herbert Birdsfoot to help him carry the word. Instead, Herbert gives Grover three more "HELP" words to carry.|
|Grover, Big Jeffy and a Lavender Anything Muppet woman have fun scatting to a hand-clap rhythm.|
| Sound box|
|Grover has a box that can make the sound "ding-ding". However, Grover can't make it sound right so he attempts to fix it. When it's fixed and says "ding-ding" Cookie Monster comes because he thinks he heard the dinner bell ring and eats the box.|
| Addition and Subtraction with Tangerines|
|An Anything Muppet in a loud suit named Marty teaches Grover about adding and subtracting with three tangerines.|
| Building a Snowman |
|Kermit and Grover build a snowman. The snowball head is big, the next snowball is even bigger, and the one on the bottom is biggest.|
| Alphabet Secret|
|Herry Monster tells Grover a secret, which is the alphabet. Grover, however, tells his friends, and Herry acknowledges that while Grover is good at reciting the alphabet, he's lousy at keeping a secret.|
| Grover is afraid of the dark|
| At night, Grover thinks he hears noises in the dark. When he sees a shadow on the wall, he cowers under the covers - but the shadow turns out to be his Mommy.
| Heavy and Light|
| Grover demonstrates heavy and light. First, he picks up a heavy barbell. Then he tries to pick up a light feather, but he can't move it. It turns out that the feather is attached to the top of Big Bird's head.
| Beat The Time|
| Grover is a contestant on the "Beat the Time" game show, which is hosted by Guy Smiley. Grover has one minute to bring in five items that contain milk. They turn out to be ice cream, cheese, butter and two cows, all of which add up to five items.
| Grover talks to Frazzle|
|Grover sees that Frazzle is sad. He asks Frazzle why he is sad, and Frazzle tells him (in gibberish, of course), but then Frazzle becomes happy and tells Grover why, before growling and running away. Grover tells the audience that he does not blame Frazzle.|
| Sesame Street News Flash: What Makes People Angry?|
| Grover is one of many people Kermit the Frog tries to interview about what makes them angry. Grover is only too glad to see Kermit, but just like everyone else, doesn't have the time to talk to him just at present. Before leaving, he gives Kermit an apologetic slap on the back.
| Here and There|
| Billy wants to know about here and there, so Herry and Grover demonstrate by spreading apart, each calling the monster over to their side. However, whenever the monster gets to "there," he always finds himself "here".
| Grover Climbs a Tree|
| Grover climbs a tree and finds a bird's nest with some eggs in it. The eggs hatch, and the baby birds think Grover is their mommy. When the real mother bird arrives, she mistakes Grover for one of her babies. She gives them all a flying lesson, but Grover promptly falls to the ground.
| Magic Painting: Through|
|The Magic Painting Lady shows off her magic painting of a doorway which will help show "through". Three Anything Muppets in the painting come through the doorway. When it comes time for Grover's turn, he ends up breaking through the painting.|
| Cold and Warm|
|Grover is outside in the snow, freezing. He keeps knocking on Kermit's door, asking how to get warm, and Kermit keeps telling him to come inside. Grover, missing the point, tries ideas of his own to get warm, but they don't work. Finally, Kermit tells Grover that if he wants to get warm, he should come inside. Excited, Grover pulls Kermit aside and slams the door, locking Kermit outside. Grover goes to sleep in Kermit's armchair while the frozen frog scrapes at the window.|
| Telephone booth|
| Grover finds an empty telephone booth, which he needs to make a call. Unfortunately, the booth gets crowded when he receives a call for "Mondiporg".|
Written by Joseph A. Bailey
| Four Grovers|
|Grover is astonished to find that the screen has split up into four Grovers.|
| Near and Far|
|A remake of a season one sketch.|
| Kermit Calls A Plumber|
|Grover comes to Kermit's house to fix his sink. Kermit fills him in on a demonstration of big, bigger and biggest when it comes to wrenches. Even so, the sink repair goes awry, and the house floods.|
| Here and There with Maria and David|
| Grover discovers that "there" can refer to anyplace that you are not, no matter how far away you may be.
| Invention of the Wheel|
| Caveman Grover invents the wheel to help fellow caveman Biff move a boulder up a mountain. Alas, the rope breaks...thus inspiring Grover's next invention: the Band-Aid.
| Mountain Climber|
| Grover climbs a mountain and counts from 1 to 10 with his own echo. When he tries to stop, it keeps on echoing. When he asks it to please stop, the echo stops. Grover thanks it. Echo: "Your Welcome!"
| The Cursed Prince|
| Grover narrates a fairy tale starring David and Maria. Maria is a princess and David is a prince with a curse that can only be broken by Maria's kiss, which turns him into Kermit the Frog.
| One Way|
|Grover talks about the sign "ONE WAY." Making appearances include Guy Smiley, Gladys the Cow, the Willy Muppet and various Anything Muppets.|
| What Is It?|
|Game show panelists Grover, Biff and Prairie Dawn must guess what mysterious object Little Sammy Pottle has brought into the studio (a red rubber ball) while blindfolded.|
| Grover and Rodeo Rosie Ride|
|Rodeo Rosie and Grover pretend that they're riding a horse.|
| || The Number 2|
| Part 1: Grover leads a group of people (including Kermit the Frog and several Anything Muppets from "Oh, G") in counting to two.
Part 2: Grover decides to ask people why the number two is their favorite number. However, Kermit's favorite number is 9 (or sometimes 13), Count von Count likes a much higher number (like 34,969, which used to be his favorite number), and Sully just shakes his head when Grover asks if the number two is his favorite number.
Part 3: Grover gets Kermit, The Count, Sully, and an Anything Muppet to hold up a big sign with the number 2 written on it.
| With Maria's help, Grover explains what knees can do.
| Ernie's Gadget|
| Grover watches as Ernie loads various things into a machine that start with M and N. The machine then displays the letter it begins with. Since Grover is a monster, he decides to go in the machine, causing a mess.
| Mumford's Carrot Disappearing Trick|
|Grover asks The Amazing Mumford if he could make his carrot disappear, provided that some smoke appears. Mumford performs the trick and Grover is impressed by the puff of smoke, however he fails to notice Mumford chomping on his carrot. Grover asks Mumford to make the carrot reappear, he replies that he can't because he ate it.|
| Grover pretends to be on the Moon|
| Grover gets under his blanket, pretending that he is on the moon.
| First for supper|
|Grover the lumberjack thinks he is the first to arrive for supper, but he gets trampled by a gang of French-Canadian lumberjacks who get to the food table before he has a chance to get his snow boots off. By the time he finally gets them off, a grizzly bear grabs the last plate of food.|
| Free Fall|
|Grover sounds out the word FALL. He is then knocked to the ground as some leaves, a tree, a prop house and the word fall on top of him.|
| Ballet: Counting Battements|
|In this Sesame Street News Flash segment, reporter Kermit and Grover watch Suzanne Farrell do twenty grand battements.|
| Grover Touches His Nose With His Toes|
|Kermit watches Grover as he touches his nose with his toes five times. Kermit then tries to do the same but ends up hurting himself.|
| Name That Sound!|
|Grover is a contestant on Name That Sound!, hosted by Guy Smiley. He identifies the first two sounds (a choo-choo train and a dog) correctly and in great detail, but has a bit of trouble identifying dripping water. Grover does eventually guess, but not until after the studio is flooded.|
| Detective Grover|
|Grover plays the detective at his office. A frantic city gent (Brian Muehl) rushes over to warn him about something that's bothering him outside, which, unbeknownst to both of them, turns out to be a very strong wind that blows everything away ... including Grover's office.|
| Four Winds|
|Grover tries to ignore three monsters who look big and scary to him. When they notice him carrying a flute, they grab his attention and ask -- in what appears to be a threatening way -- if Grover wants to play. The three monsters pull out a clarinet, an oboe, and a bassoon and begin to play, urging Grover to join.|
| Grover and the word Walk|
| Grover talks about the word walk. He is accompanied by styrofoam letters that form the word walk, and they keep walking back and forth.
| First and Last in the supermarket line|
| Grover waits in line at a supermarket. He generously lets two people go in front of him, but then explains that you can't always let everyone go before you, or else you'll never get to the register yourself. When he finally gets to the register and is first in line, the cashier says the register is closed. Grover considers following a customer to a pickle party... |
The cashier is played by Noel MacNeal, in his first performance with the Muppets.
| Grover's Health Minute: Teeth|
| Kermit and Grover talk about teeth. Grover notices that Kermit does not have any teeth at all, so he puts a pair of teeth in Kermit's mouth.
| Newspaper Salesman|
|Grover sells newspapers in the street. He thinks they are for making paper hats, but a customer shows him they are actually for reading. The customer wants to buy a newspaper, but Grover won't stop reading the paper that the customer wants to buy. Grover reads about the construction of a new building, a parade, and an expected rain shower, all of which occur as Grover reads.|
|Grover looks closely at your body.|
| Grover's Health Minute: The Check-Up|
| Grover goes to the doctor for a check-up and describes to the viewer what the doctor is doing. Grover gets scared when it's time for a booster shot but is so scared that he doesn't notice when he gets it.
| The American Revolution: Crossing the Delaware|
|It's Christmas Eve, 1776. George Washington and his men are preparing to cross the Delaware River when Grover shows up with a bundle of balloons, noisemakers, and streamers since he heard this is the day they planned to "surprise the British." Washington explains that the colonists are fed up with the British always telling them what to do, and that his team intends to create their own country, and cross the Delaware to surprise the British in a different way: since it's Christmas Eve, the British have the day off, so they won't be expecting an attack. The river-borne patriots briefly pose for a famous painting, which Grover wanted to be a part of, but he literally "missed the boat."|
| Grover and the Butterfly|
|Grover sits in a park and recites a poem about a butterfly that he sees.|
| Monster Fix-It Team|
|Kermit's roof leaks, and the Monster Fix-It Team, consisting of plumber Grover, telephone repairman Herry and a girl electrician monster, comes to the rescue. Grover fixes the leak, but he had to remove a telephone wire. Herry fixes the telephone and removes a light switch. The electrician monster solves the problem; except she had to take away a pipe.|
| Grover applies to be a lifeguard, demonstrating what he knows about the job. There's just one qualification that he lacks, however: swimming lessons.
|Grover is about to talk about rhymes when a fox shows him a box that has locks and a hand inside that knocks and drops rocks and socks. An ox comes by and reveals he's the owner of the box. After all the commotion, Grover tries to finish his talk, but can't think of any rhymes.|
| The American Revolution: The Declaration of Independence|
|Thomas Jefferson has trouble getting a replacement quill to finish the Declaration when Mr. Grover misinterprets what he needs bringing a drill, and a chicken named Phil.|
| Hill Street Twos|
| Grover and Ernie star in a parody of Hill Street Blues, where the frustrated police chief has a hard time getting his force to split into pairs of two.
| Dog Walker|
|Grover takes several dogs for a walk, explaining that dogs need exercise as much as people do.|
| Bo Knows|
|Grover appears in the "Bo Knows" commercial parody, demonstrating to the viewers that "Bo knows near and far."|
| Surfing Near and Far|
|Grover demonstrates "near" and "far" while surfing.|
| "Singin' in the Rain"|
| Grover acts in Prairie Dawn's new musical, where he sings "Singin' in the Rain," but he keeps getting the wrong weather.
| Minnesota Shorts|
|"Minnesota Shorts" (Rick Moranis) has trouble becoming pool champion of the world when Grover keeps pestering him with questions. Roscoe Orman announces, and presents the trophy.|
| The Little Monster Who Cried Wolf|
|Luis reads some kids the story of "The Little Monster Who Cried Wolf". In the story, a little monster (Grover) cries out to the townsfolk that he heard a wolf, not knowing that he really heard a cow, and then a pig. When the howling wolf approaches him, he turns out to be a friendly wolf.|
| Here and There Lecture|
|Grover briefly shows that he is here and the viewer is there.|
| Bubble poem|
|Grover wants to recite his poem about bubbles, but the animated bubble either moves too quickly or pops.|
| Grover's Monster Workout Video|
| Grover is a personal trainer and exercise with Bobby and Sissy. However, he gets tired from swinging his arms, running, and jumping up and down that he faints.
| Grover's Curtain|
|Grover demonstrates up and down by getting the curtain at the theater to raise and lower.|
| Delivering Monty's chair|
|Monty orders a new chair, which Grover delivers. However, Monty cannot decide where the chair should go.|
| Weather Report|
| During a Weather Bulletin, Grover forecasts weather that changes as he speaks. Just as he suggests spending a day at the beach, it begins to rain. Snow follows, and the three patterns repeat until the wind blows him away.
| Fifteen Seconds to Talk About Love|
| Grover and Rosita have fifteen seconds to talk about love. However, Grover does not think that they can talk about love in fifteen seconds.
| Fifteen seconds to say an S word|
| Prairie Dawn gives Grover 15 seconds to say an "S" word, but Grover has trouble concentrating due to the ticking of the clock.
| Away From|
|Grover attempts to demonstrate "Away From," but every time he tries to distance himself from a lamp post, the lamp post moves closer.|
| EXIT sign|
|Grover tries to explain an EXIT sign, but monsters keep trampling over him. He moves over away from the door, but the EXIT sign moves with him.|
| Grover Looks for the Letter A|
| Big Bird gives Grover 30 seconds to find the Letter A. Grover has a hard time, especially with the "big pink thing-a-ma-jig" in the way.
| Next To|
| Elmo watches as Grover tries to demonstrate next to with a wily mailbox which keeps moving away from Grover. When they can't catch it, Elmo points out that he and Grover are next to each other.
|Elmo helps Grover say the alphabet.|
|Grover introduces a segment with a "roundymajig", which he learns is actually a circle.|
| Looking for Viewer|
|Grover looks for you, and is glad when he finds you.|
| Looking for Something Fuzzy and Blue|
|Grover introduces a segment with something fuzzy and blue, soon finding out it's Cookie Monster.|
| Thirty Seconds to Demonstrate Surprise|
| Prairie Dawn gives Grover thirty seconds to show what someone looks like when they are surprised, much to his exasperation.
| Looking for "Froggy"|
|Grover looks for "froggy," and finally sees him.|
| Square Intro|
|Grover introduces the next segment, which he says will feature a "four-sided whatsis" - when someone backstage tells him it's a square.|
| Jungle Photographer|
| Grover is a jungle photographer. "Hold still, little tsetse fly!" he says as he clicks the shutter. "Thank you. I will send you a print." He tries to find an elephant to photograph, but he never turns around in time. Finally, the elephant takes a picture of Grover for his collection.
| Emotional Music|
|Grover conducts a piece of very emotional music. That is, the music that he conducts changes, and his mood changes with it. When he's had all he can take, he steps out of frame to stop that cassette tape that has been playing.|
| Frustrated Ray|
| Ray Romano can't describe 'frustrated' because Grover thinks he wants to talk about pineapples, head coverings or cheese balls.
| A's Anatomy|
| Doctor Grover stars in a spoof of Grey's Anatomy.
| The Great Grover|
| Grover borrows The Amazing Mumford's cape to perform as a magician, with Chris as his assistant. Chris chooses a card from Grover's deck and shows the audience that it's an 8. When Grover guesses correctly, Chris is genuinely amazed. After a second and third time that Chris draws an 8 from the deck, he calls Grover on his "trick": every card in the deck is an 8. Determined to amaze Chris, Grover promises to turn into the number 8. When even "a la peanut butter sandwiches" can't help him, he makes Chris look away while he places an 8 on the table.
| My Cute Little Heartbeat|
| Grover uses a stethoscope to show what a heartbeat sounds like. He tries to listen to a chicken's heart, but it runs away (to make her heart beat faster). Grover doesn't believe it and does some running himself, then crashes into the chicken.
| Grover demonstrates force by pulling on a rope with a mysterious end. He enlists some strong monsters to help and with their furry strength, they find what's at the end - a mouse, who's riding atop a dinosaur.
| Grover and Rosita talk about triangles, but the visual aids Rosita provides don't look like triangles to Grover (being obtuse and right triangles). He forms his limbs into an equiangular triangle, until Rosita points they all have the sides and angles that make them triangles.
| Where Did the Tallest Monster Go?|
| Grover plays a game with a viewer - can you remember what color hat the tallest monster is wearing?
| Most Important Meal|
|Grover makes sure no one disturbs Michelle Obama while she has her breakfast.|
| Game of Chairs|
| Grover competes to be king or queen in a game of musical chairs.
| Grover Finds a Pyramid|
| Grover and Elmo explore the jungle, looking for the Great Pyramid of Squeeza. Elmo has a model to refer to, but Grover mistakes a stone sphere and cube for the pyramid (all while taking selfies with them). They eventually find the pyramid, who comes alive to reveal why she's called "Squeeza": she loves to be hugged.
| Plant Care|
| Gardener Grover shows how to take care of plants by trying to feed his some salad and other foods. The plant instead wilts more and more. Eventually, the rain revives it.
| C is for Counting|
|Grover tries to count the number of cartwheels Olympic gymnast Laurie Hernandez performs, but gets easily distracted. Laurie counts her cartwheels on her own, while Grover snaps photos with his phone.|
| M for Musician|
|To illustrate that M stands for "musician," self-proclaimed drum expert Grover teaches drumming to Questlove, who surpasses his teacher with ease.|
| The Heart|
Super Healthy Monsters
|Grover assists Dr. Ruster in a lecture on the heart.|
Super Healthy Monsters
|Rosita invites her friend Enrieta to play basketball with her and Grover, but Grover is not convinced that a chicken can play basketball.|
| Staying Healthy|
Super Healthy Monsters
|Grover shows two things that keep people healthy - eating fruits and veggies and exercising. He tries doing both at once, thinking it will make him twice as healthy, until Dr. Ruster teaches him otherwise.|
Super Healthy Monsters
|Grover and Dr. Ruster make some gazpacho.|
| Cookie Time|
Super Healthy Monsters
|Grover shows Cookie Monster some dances he can do while waiting for the "sometimes" he can have a cookie.|
Super Healthy Monsters
|Grover gets his body moving to the music Rosita plays on her guitar.|
|Letter F||Grover makes the sound of the letter F, which blows the letter further and further away until it flies off-screen with a loud crash.|
|Ropes and Bells||Grover finds five ropes that, when he pulls them, sound some bells. However, when he pulls the last one, he years a yell, which comes from a Anything Muppet Tarzan.|
|Sound ID||Grover wants to play a game with Oscar. Oscar decides to play a sound game, in hope that the sounds will be so annoying that Grover will want to go away.|
|Ice-Skating Whistle||A walk-around version of Oscar the Grouch blows a whistle, which makes full-body versions of Bert, Betty Lou, Count von Count, Grover, Big Bird and Cookie Monster all wonder where the sound of a whistle blowing was coming from.|
|Monster Jazz||A monster band (with Grover on flute) plays a jazz tune.|
|Fast and Slow||Grover watches as Suzanne Farrell dances fast and slow.|
|Here and There|| Grover slides in to talk about the difference between here and there.|
This short was originally filmed for use at Sesame Place, but was later used on international co-productions.
|Counting in English and Spanish|| Grover and Elmo take turns counting from one to ten in English and Spanish.
|Four Friends|| Grover, Elmo, Zoe and Telly arrange themselves in different ways to show that they will still remain four monsters.
|Triangle Intro||Grover introduces a segment featuring a "three-sided-mabob" until he is told that it's actually called a triangle.|
|Cheering Up Elmo||Grover finds Elmo sad over his toy being broken, so Grover tries to find a way of making him happy again.|
|Sneezing|| Grover can't help but sneeze during his talk on proper sneezing etiquette.
|Asking Elmo||The superhero Asking Elmo, helps Grover to figure out why his dog, who are tied to a tree, don't come when Grover tells it to.|
| ||Grover's Nose||Grover sometimes imagines what it would be like if he had a very small nose, a nose so large that the weight of it knocked him over, or the trunk of an elephant. After his nose returns to normal, he wonders why he has a craving for peanuts.|
|Jump for Joy|| Grover tells the viewer when he's happy, he jumps. He also becomes exhausted.
|Bird Watching|| Grover goes bird watching and looks for a bird. He mistakes a frog for one, who explains how the two animals are different. Grover dressed the frog up like a bird and watches him.
|Bike Safety|| Grover shows the safety equipment needed when riding a bike with the help of a volunteer chicken. Once the chicken is equipped with a helmet and pads, Grover sends him off riding. The panicked chicken promptly crashes off-screen, with Grover adding "be sure your volunteer chicken can actually ride a bicycle."
|Beachball|| Grover demonstrates what one can do with a beachball. He tries to play catch with Elmo, who accidentally throws Baby David into a treetop. Elmo finds another use for the beachball - throwing it at the tree to knock Baby David loose.
- ↑ Bailey, Joseph A. Memoirs of a Muppets Writer. p. 111-113.
- ↑ ToughPigs.com: Noel MacNeal video interview