I've been reading about people saying that they would like to see a SSU episode guide. I happen to have a few episodes that could be put into a guide, but I don't have the knowledge of how to make a website (I don't even have a computer! ) Rather, I am making an episode guide in a notebook I have (I know it sounds odd... ). I guess that I could post these for anyone who is making a website or wants to know what sketches appear in which episodes. I only have ten so far, so here goes: NOTE: The titles are, of course, unofficial. ADDITIONAL NOTE: Those who do not want me to spoil the episodes, do not read on. #1092 Sesame Street Goes To Hawaii Sponsored by: D, M, and 2 Original Airdate: 1978 Description: The gang from Sesame Street have a great time at Hawaii. Nona teaches Bob and Maria how to count in Hawaiian, Buffy talks to kids about their herritages, and Olivia shares a song with her new Hawaiian friends. Meanwhile, Big Bird and Snuffy are still looking for the mysterious Snuffleupagus Mountain, but also have time to learn about the nose-flute, and even find a mountain shaped like a gorilla! Finally, the gang gathers around a campfire and sings a nice song about nice people. What You'll See...(SS clips) Song: "Exit" by Chris and the Alphabeats Film: Plants Grow Cartoon: Marvelous Martha Muppets: The Count Counts His Bats Cartoon: Pinball Number Count #3 Film/Cartoon: The Letter "N" Is Nice Muppets: Bert Is Sick Cartoon: The Typewriter Guy: "N"--Nose Muppets: Grover Adds and Subtracts Himself Muppets: News Flash: The Tortoise and the Hare Muppets: The Rocket Cheerleaders Song: "Take A Breath" Cartoon: One Of These Footprints #1093 Sesame Street Goes To Hawaii Sponsored by: K, N, and 4 Original Airdate: 1978 Description: Big Bird and Snuffleupagus are still in search of Mount Snuffleupagus, but instead they find a mountain with a hole in it, and find time to do a hula with the kids. Meanwhile, the gang also learns how to do a hula. Buffy sings about the different types of people in Hawaii and helps Cody with a swim. Plus, Bob learns some new Hawaiian games, and also "talks" to Linda on the telephone. What You'll See... Muppets: Ernie Decorates the Apartment Live-Action: The Count Counts Kids On A Mat Cartoon: Cleaning Lady Swaps Sound Muppets: Grover's Counting Echo Song: "Cookie Disco" with CM and the Girls Live-Action: Paul and Michael Make Dinner Cartoon: Happy the Dog Muppets: Muppets Choose Teams Cartoon: Madigral Alphabet Muppets: Ernie Makes a Sculpture Cartoon: Friends Around the Year Cartoon: Colored Lines Make a Circle Song: The Lonely "N" Film: What's Backwards? Cartoon: Elephants Have 4 Legs Cartoon: Small "K" Kisses Film: Car Construction Pixilation Cartoon: "K" is for Kite #1094 Sesame Street Goes To Hawaii Sponsored by: G, K, and 5 Original Airdate: 1978 Description: The Sesame Street crew are still having fun on their trip in Hawaii. Mr. Hooper tries to surf. Kaola sings "Three Blind Mice" in Hawaiian with the kids. Oscar discovers that the word aloha means both qoodbye and hello! And Nona teaches us how to count to ten in Hawaiian. And when hope seems to run out, Big Bird and Snuffy finally find the legendary Mt. Snuffleupagus! However, when Big Bird tries to show his friends, nobody believes him! What You'll See... Film/Cartoon: The Great Letter "G" Song: "Two 'G' Sounds" by Grover and George Cartoon: "G" is for Giggle Muppets: News Flash: Aladdin's Lamp Cartoon: Funny Farm (5) Muppets: Ernie's Telephone Call Film: Marching Band Makes a Circle Song: "One Way" by the Anything Muppets Cartoon: 5 Loses His Brother Muppets: Harvey's Joy-Buzzer Joke Cartoon: The Wiseman Shows Heavy and Light Muppets: Snow White Counts Dwarves Cartoon: Gorilla Wants a Job ("G") Film: Elephants Cartoon: Heavy and Light Scale Cartoon: "K"-Karate and Kiss Cartoon: Lots Of Me Film: Hot Streets and Snow Cones Live-Action: Grover and Heather Scratch Backs Cartoon: Man Carves A "YES" Muppets: Bert, Ernie, and Charla Show Heavy and Light Film: Car Construction Pixilation That's all I have time for now! When I can I'll post #s 1575, 1576, 1706, 1707, 1708, 1736 and 1740!