I just bought the DVD release yesterday, and I kept rewatching this scene. Previously when watching it's been hard for me to see so many things, but now I've noticed so much more. The picture is much brighter on DVD. Earl Kress mentioned that he had Ernie put his arm around Bert, but it's too small to see, even on a TV screen. Well I noticed Ernie's hand beside Bert. Kress also said that he has never been able to find Oscar in that shot, even though he was right behind Ernie and Bert. Well I think I saw Oscar. I saw a bit of green fur (behinds Ernie's hand), and it must be Oscar's. It seems like Oscar's performer wasn't holding him up very high (maybe that performer should have been with the group of performers who were performing small characters). A few other things that I noticed... There is one anything mupet who I always thoguth was Guy Smiley, but when watching the DVD, it seems like he was just another character from the same Anything Muppet pattern. His hair sort of resembles Elvis Presley's, and it looks like he has a red or orange nose, and is more round than pointy. I saw Guy Smiley somewhere else (unless I'm mistaking that character, too). I thought that all of the Sesame Street characters (except for Kermit... and Beautiful Day Monster) were all togetehr, but I noticed a Sesame Street monster or two farther away, near the far right back of the crowd (I saw a gray monster, used for Kermit the Grof in the sketch where Kermit wanted to pick up a personalized t-shirt). I noticed that the male and female Koozebanian creatures were in the very back. It would have been smarter to have them be up front (especially since their babies were in the front). There are still things I didn't see or notice. I thought I had read that Herbert Birdsfoot, Roosevelt Franklin, and Roosevelt Franklin's mother were in the scene, but I couldn't find them there.