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Episode 1395 Alfonso

Kermit asks Alfonso to explain to him what EXIT means.

This segment was taped on February 9, 1979.[1]

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Episode 1562 Alfonso

Kermit holds a sign that reads "stop" and asks Alfonso if he knows what it says.

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Episode 0126 Brian

Kermit and Brian talk about soft and loud.

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Episode 0126 Brian

Kermit and Brian demonstrate the parts of the face.

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Episode 0127 Brian

Kermit and Brian talk about here and there.

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Episode 0130 Brian

Kermit and Brian talk about colors.

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Episode 0424 Chris and Stephanie

Chris, with his sister Stephanie, counts to 20 for Kermit.

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Episode 0458 Chris and Stephanie

Kermit, Chris and Stephanie count ears.

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Episode 0495 Chris and Stephanie

Kermit talks with Chris about teaching his little sister Stephanie to talk. Chris practices the alphabet.

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Episode 0557 Corey and Todd

Kermit talks with twins Corey and Todd about how they're same and different.

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Episode 0563 Debo

Kermit asks Debo if he knows what a W is.

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Episode 0629 Debo

Kermit asks Grover and Debo what the letter A is.

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Episode 1494 Debo

Grover tells Debo that the letter that's on the wall is an X, but that it's a secret. Kermit overhears Grover mention a secret and wants to know what letter the X is.

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Episode 0436 Joey

Kermit and Joey count to 20.

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Episode 0426 Joey

Kermit asks Joey if they can sing the alphabet together. Joey and Kermit sing the alphabet, but Joey adds "Cookie Monster!" in among the letters. Kermit gets insulted, and walks off. Joey says, "I love you," and Kermit comes back to tell her that he loves her too. She kisses him.

A brief clip from this sketch was included in the Farscape episode Kansas.

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β€” Joey

Joey shows Kermit which way is up and down.

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Episode 2149 Joey

Kermit and Joey talk about body parts.

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Episode 1016 John-John

Kermit interviews John-John, asking him to make dog and cat sounds, and making them louder.

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Episode 0536 Julia

Kermit, in his reporter attire, asks Julia about the sounds animals make. When he asks her what sound a frog makes, she replies "Wiggit! Wiggit!" which leaves Kermit rather miffed.

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Episode 1166 Jennifer

Kermit and Jennifer bend their knees. Grover comes out of a hole in the ground, and Jennifer invites him to join them, but Grover remarks, "When you start talking about noses, give me a call."

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Episode 1300 Kimberly

Kermit and Kimberly discuss body parts.

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Episode 1453 Kimberly

Kermit and Kimberly talk about how they're "different" and the "same."

This segment was taped on February 9, 1979.[1]

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Episode 1388 Kimberly

Grover, Kimberly, and Kermit demonstrate first and last.

This segment was taped on February 9, 1979.[1]

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Episode 1177 Marlena

Kermit and Marlena demonstrate what the number 12 looks like. Grover is supposed to send up a balloon with the number 12 on it; however, he sends up balloons with the number 3, 9, a letter "A", and Cookie Monster before he finally gets it right. To celebrate that he sends up another balloon with a drawing of himself, but he doesn't let go of the balloon so he floats away with the balloon.

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Episode 1162 Marlena

Kermit and Marlena observe their knees.

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Episode 0619 Shola and Fannie

Kermit, Shola, and Fannie count legs and heads.

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Episode 0553 Shola and Fannie

Kermit demonstrates the concept of being next to someone, with assistance from Shola and Fannie.

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Episode 0534 Shola and Fannie

Kermit, Shola and Fannie have just finished watching the previous film. Shola hugs Kermit, and he comments, "She learned a lot from the octopus ... how to squeeze!"

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Episode 0570 Shola and Fannie

Kermit, Shola, and Fannie discuss giraffes (leading into a film of real giraffes with music by Joe Raposo). Shola enjoys manhandling Kermit, and jerks his head up and down to demonstrate the concepts of "down and high".

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Episode 0440 Trey

Kermit asks Trey if he's seen a letter Q before. At first Trey denies it, but eventually draws one in the air with his finger.

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Episode 0548 Trey

Kermit and Trey talk about how to get from one place to another.

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Episode 0636 Trey

Kermit and Trey do a rhyming bit.

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Episode 0120 Tracy

Kermit and Tracy count to 10.

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Episode 0120 Tracy

Kermit and Tracy recite the alphabet.

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Episode 0125 Tracy

Kermit and Tracy count to 5.

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Episode 0125 Tracy

Kermit and Tracy count five fingers.

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Episode 0129 Tracy

Kermit and Tracy demonstrate "close" and "far".

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Episode 0915 Yvette

Kermit introduces a talk about body parts compared between people and animals. Yvette brings in her pet snake and Kermit has a hard time finding any similarities.

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Episode 1770 Kermit has been instructed to discuss surprises. He wonders what kind of surprise he's in store for, such as a scare from a monster or being hit with a pie. The surprise instead comes from a young girl, who gives him some flowers.
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PBS promos Kermit talks to a young girl named Cathlin. Kermit says that Cathlin is a spokesperson of Sesame Street and asks what are her favorite television programs. Cathlin replies that her favorite programs are Emergency, Adam-12, and The Waltons. Kermit becomes nervous with each answer until he gets Cathlin to say her favorite program is Sesame Street. Kermit then urges viewers to call PBS to keep Sesame Street on the air.

Sources

  1. ↑ 1.0 1.1 1.2 Beinecke Library Call Number: GEN MSS 979

See also