|Picture||Summary / First Appearance||Description|
| Kermit's What Happens Next Machine |
| Kermit demonstrates his "What Happens Next" machine, which is designed to turn on his radio. None of the parts of the machine work properly.
| Bob reads an F story |
|Bob reads a story with F words featuring Frieda who ventures to her friend Flora's farm with flowers and fruit, but gets lost in a forest. Kermit keeps trying to insert himself into the story (since Frog is a great F word), mishearing Bob when he says "fog" and "log". When Frieda meets a farmer named Fred, who turns out to be a prince, she kisses Prince Fred, and he turns into Kermit.|
| The Imagination Game |
|Kermit teaches about imagination, having the viewers imagine a rainy and snowy setting.|
| 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.|
| Fire in the Woods |
|Kermit sees smoke in the woods and thinks that there is a fire. He sends Grover to dress up as a fireman, but he keeps changing into the wrong outfits. Finally, they learn that the fire comes from a campfire.|
| Kermit Draws a Q |
|Kermit and Grover draw a Q on-screen.|
| Kermit Draws a K |
| Kermit draws the letter K on the screen with his "magic finger".
| Kermit Draws an M |
| Kermit draws the letter M on-screen with his magic finger. Grover asks what Kermit has drawn, and Kermit says it's the letter M. "Mmmmm!" Grover agrees.
|In a "quickie" about the letter F, Grover cries out for "Froggy", slaps Kermit on the back, then declares him his "Friend".|
| Smart Person: Happy/Scared|
|Kermit the Frog, Smart Person, helps Max Ferbilfeemer (Luis) learn the difference between happy and scared.|
| Smart Person: Body Parts|
|Kermit the Frog, Smart Person, helps Legs Benedict (Bob) remember what to call the body part on the front of his face that helps him smell and breathe.|
| Kermit Draws a Triangle |
|Kermit draws a triangle on-screen with his "magic finger".|
| Kermit Draws a Square |
|Kermit draws a square on-screen.|
| 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.
| || Grover and the Number 2 |
| Part 1: Grover leads a group of people (including Kermit 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. Then they drop it on Grover's head and Kermit tells him, "Hey, uh, smashing demonstration, Grover!"
| Casting Director |
| Kermit is a casting director, holding auditions for a performance of "The Three Little Pigs". The pigs who initially try out get the part of the three little pigs, but three different wolves of varying sizes try out for the part of the Big Bad Wolf. First is a brown-colored Little Bad Wolf (Frank Oz) who needs the break. The second wolf (Richard Hunt) is green ("It's a good color") but medium-sized. He sighs and says "It's not easy bein' green." Kermit's response: "You noticed that?" The successful candidate is the usual blue Big Bad Wolf.
| Kermit Draws a 2 |
|Kermit draws the number 2 on-screen. The Two-Headed Monster then shows up as a visual aid.|
| Frog to Forg |
| Kermit the Frog goes to a T-shirt shop, The Wonderful World of T-Shirts, to pick up another personalized "Kermit the Frog T-Shirt". However, all the shirts have the wrong name (Kermit the Gorf, Kermit the Forg, and Kermit the Grof).
| 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.|
| Kermit's Movie |
| Director Kermit is making a western film with Forgetful Jones as the star. Forgetful is supposed to enter through the saloon doors and shout, "Everybody freeze!" Of course, he forgets this, and instead enters under, around and over the door. He gets the line right for the first three takes, but when he finally goes through the door: "Everybody ... frolic!"
This segment was taped on November 10, 1983.
| Grover's Health Minute |
|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.|
| The Count's Elevator Job |
| The Count starts his first day as an elevator operator. Kermit wants to go to the seventh floor, but The Count would much rather go all the way to the top floor.
Sonia Manzano wrote this segment.
| Inside Herry Monster |
| Kermit has Herry Monster step behind an X-ray machine to show what's inside his body.
| Goldilocks on Stage|
|Kermit attempts to direct a scene from "Goldilocks and the Three Bears", but the stage hands and Goldilocks struggle with showing the feelings of surprise and fear.|
| Gladys Assists Director Kermit |
|Gladys the Cow is Kermit's assistant director on his latest, musical film (though Gladys would prefer a starring role). Kermit informs her that her duties are cueing the actors by counting backwards from four to one, though she has trouble doing so. After Kermit demonstrates and calls "Action," Gladys launches into her own musical number (singing "By the Light of the Silvery Moon") and nearly wrecks the set.|
| Elmo Helps Deliver a Package |
|Elmo bumps into Kermit on the way to the post office, and begs to help him with one of his demonstrations, during which the post office closes - a perfect prompt to demonstrate open and closed.|
| Kermit directs Forgetful Jones in Oklahoma! |
| Director Kermit is filming Oklahoma! with Forgetful Jones as the star. Forgetful is supposed to enter sing "Oklahoma!" but sings "Aklahoma!", "Eeklahoma!" and "Iklahoma!" instead. When he finally gets it right, the production assistant says it's time for lunch.