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Sesame Street Unpaved Episodes

Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by MuppetDude, Mar 7, 2003.

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  1. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    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...:o ). 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!
  2. Phillip

    Phillip Administrator Staff Member

    MuppetDude,

    Please send me an e-mail. Click on the "e-mail" link below.
  3. ScottMonster

    ScottMonster New Member

    Oh-Oh. Someone's gonna get a spanking.
  4. scarecroe

    scarecroe Active Member

    Pending on who's giving them out, I'd like to volunteer as a spankee :halo:
  5. BlueAM

    BlueAM New Member

    I know alot of these, Muppet Dude, especially "Cookie Disco"! That bit used to scare me as a kid.

    I wonder if you could you please give me a full description of what Aladdin (from the News Flash) looks like?

    Thanks!

    BlueAM (who's thinking of doing a Blondie parody on Sesame Street lol)
  6. Barry Lee

    Barry Lee Active Member

    COOL MAN! Muppet Dude let me help you with your site!PLEASE!
    I got some good ideas!
    from
    BARRY LEE
  7. Splurge

    Splurge Member

    It will probably be given by the Abominable Snowman from Bugs Bunny/Warner Bros. cartoons. :D
  8. scarecroe

    scarecroe Active Member

    Will he call me George? :excited:
  9. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    Reply

    First of all, I didn't get a spanking...not yet, anyways.

    Second, to Pigs in Space, I'm not making a website (I don't have a computer). But I would like to hear your ideas, in case anyone else is considering a website.

    Third, to BlueAM, I was glad to see "Cookie Disco" on there, too. And I'd be glad to describe Aladdin:

    --Made from the lavendar live-hand AM
    --Wears a red hat (I don't know how to describe it. Looks sort of like a red donut with a fez on top to me)
    --Has lid-less eyes with black pupils
    --Has fuzzy black hair (not as fuzzy as Harvey Kneeslapper's hair, though) and small eyebrows
    --Has a small pink nose
    --Has a tongue
    --I think he wears a white shirt with thin vertical stripes, and a blue vest.
  10. ScottMonster

    ScottMonster New Member

    MuppetDude,

    Well, maybe the mods will be nice and just make you sit in the corner for a "time out" instead:D

    Actually, I was going to reply with a follow up message saying that I'd be happy to help you out, because I think a database like this would be a good thing to have. But I got the distinct impression from Phil's message that your post here constituted some sort of a no-no. (exactly what I don't know)

    anyway you can email me at scottyman74@yahoo.com
  11. scarecroe

    scarecroe Active Member

    Why would posting SS guides be a "no-no"?
  12. Phillip

    Phillip Administrator Staff Member

    Everything's fine... MuppetDude did nothing wrong. Really I am impressed with the list he has put together.
  13. mikealan

    mikealan New Member

    I think I can make my own guides of the only two Unpaved episodes I watched!

    #162
    Oscar's Stop Signs
    Sponsored by: H, 12
    Original Airdate: 1970

    Description:
    Bob, Gordon and Mr. Hooper see Stop signs all over Sesame Street, so they asked the green Oscar why did he do that. Oscar explains that he puts them all over Sesame Street, because he wants everything to stop. Also, Gordon helps the kids on what does not belong and Susan helps the kids on what happens next. At the end, Bob holds the Spanish sign of Stop.

    What You'll See...

    Cartoon: Stop
    Film: Stop
    Muppets: Kermit and Cookie on Happy
    Muppets: Kermit's What Happens Next Machine
    Film: Jungle Animals
    Film: A boy makes an apple pie for his mom at the bakery
    Cartoon: Red guy explains about the letter H
    Cartoon: Man says Hello
    Cartoon: Little girl says the alphabet
    Muppets: Gordon and Susan make the H
    Cartoon: Man countsdown
    Film: There Once Was A Hand
    Muppets: Goin' For A Ride


    Unknown Episode Number
    Rainstorm
    Sponsored by: B, M, 4
    Original Airdate: 1972

    Description:
    Molly hears that the weather is about to be rainy, so everyone on Sesame Street had to stay inside. Also in this episode, Molly, Tom and David slip on the slippery hole! And, Big Bird lets Tom to go outside!

    What You'll See...

    Cartoon: Jack on the Land of B
    Cartoon: Squares appear, circles quit
    Film: Paul Bendict paints a 4
    Cartoon: Four Big Lions (sung by a cartoon fiddler)
    Muppets: Mahna Mahna
    Cartoon: A cartoon bear who got chased by bees
    Muppets: Harvey Kneeslapper-Do you know where I wanna be?
    Muppets: Two muppet kids play alphabet hide-and-seek
    Muppets: Big Bird and Shala demonstrate what is different
    Muppets: Farley buys a hat
    Muppets: Kermit's B Lecture
    Muppets: Ernie Messes the Apartment and finds Bert's love note
    Cartoon: The M that came to dinner and ate everything in sight!
    Muppets: Mystery of the Four Dragons
    Cartoon: Brown boy and baby bear named Bosco in the bath
    Cartoon: Ladybugs and lizards on adding and subtracting
    Muppets: Kermit counts the eggs
    Film: Four penguins
    Cartoon: Animals and people on small and ends with a giant gorilla going "I AAAAMMMM BIIIIIIIGGGGG!!!!!"
    Muppets: Pink little boy in circle
    Cartoon: Various objects that begin with B on the wall
    Muppets: Grover surprises Ernie, ends with Herry in a blue nose who dresses like Ernie
    Cartoon: One of the dots hit the ice part
    Cartoon: M-Milk
    Muppets: Ernie has string on all of his fingers
    Muppets: Ralph and Harry try to open umbrellas

    Even though, I really, REALLY missed every other Sesame Street Unpaved episodes on Noggin, except #162 and Rainstorm. I did get to see the VERY early episodes at the Museum of Television & Radio. I finally get to see the premiere episode on May 26, 2002 and two episodes from 1973 (#536 and #560) on November 5, 2002. Here are my offical guides of these. Enjoy!

    #1
    Sesame Street (Premiere)
    Sponsored by: W, S, E, 2, 3
    Original Airdate: November 10, 1969

    Description:
    Gordon lets Sally to meet everybody on Sesame Street-Susan, Bob, Mr. Hooper, Big Bird, the ORANGE Oscar, Bert, Ernie and Kermit the Frog.

    What you'll see...

    Cartoon: Soloman Grundy
    Film: You can almost clean anything...
    Muppets: Everybody Wash
    Cartoon: Dots go by one by one
    Film/Cartoon: The Baker#3 ("Three birthday cakes!")
    Claymation: Sammy the Snake
    Film: How was milk made
    Cartoon: Animated dots series
    Muppets: Consider Yourself (w/Gordon)
    Film: Over, Around and Through
    Cartoon: A little girl that taught us about through with paint
    Film/Cartoon: The Baker#2 ("Two chocolate creme pies!")
    Cartoon: Jazzy Spies#2
    Cartoon: E...E...See me...eating a peach...
    Muppets: Buddy and Jim try to hang the picture on the wall
    Cartoon: Wanda the Witch
    Muppets: Kermit's W Lecture Part One
    Muppets: Kermit's W Lecture Part Two
    Muppets: One of these things (w/Susan)
    Cartoon: W-Worm ("A good day everyone! I am a worm! Worm begins with this letter-W!")

    #536
    Another Quiet Day
    Sponsored by: D, 2
    Original Airdate: November 1973

    Description:
    It starts where Luis briefly talks to the kids at the Fix-It-Shop. Then, he leaves the Fix-It-Shop and says hi to the large cumbersome muppet robot named Sam. Then, Big Bird and the kids play basketball as Maria and David meet Willy and Susan throws the dirty shirt in Oscar's can. Also in this episode, Big Bird, Snuffy, Maria, Luis, David, Bob, Gordon and Susan play together, but nobody ever saw Snuffy yet, so Snuffy has to go home. As this episode concludes, Stevie Wonder sings "1-2-3 Sesame Street"!

    What you'll see...

    Muppets: Fat Cat Sat Hat
    Cartoon: Daddy Dear
    Muppets: Kermit and Joey sing the ABCDEFG Cookie Monster
    Cartoon/Film: This is the letter D!
    Cartoon: Square
    Muppets: Kermit interviews a young visitor
    Muppets: Bert and Ernie at the movies: Food noises
    Film: There's A Bird On Me
    Cartoon: Numbers 1-20 say their names
    Cartoon: Jazzy Spies#2
    Muppets: Doin' the Pigeon
    Muppets: A Brand New Friend of Mine
    Film: A Stool For Me
    Film: A woman trying to exit as the kids at the theater watch her
    Muppets: Beat the Time (Cookie)
    Muppets: Ernie draws Bert's head on screen!
    Cartoon: the 2 train
    Muppets: The clapping segment featuring Roosevelt Franklin and many other nameless anything muppets
    Muppets: David finds the way home


    #560
    Game Show Parodies
    Sponsored by: V, X, 4
    Original Airdate: December 1973

    Description:
    Big Bird is performing a short story and a long story. Grown-ups think that the short story is sooo short and they think that the long story is too long and boring.

    What you'll see:

    Cartoon: Training X's
    Muppets: Number 4 Cheerleaders
    Cartoon: Cowboy X becomes Cowboy O
    Cartoon: Four Big Lions (sung by a cartoon fiddler)
    Muppets: The Trading Game
    Muppets: Beat the Time
    Film: the doll factory
    Film: Traffic light
    Muppets: Ernie cuts part of the licorice
    Cartoon: Letter V in space ("v...v...v...v...V!!!!!")
    Cartoon: V-Violin
    Muppets: X Marks the Spot (sung by Sherlock Hemlock)
    Muppets: X Marks the Spt (skit starring Harvey Kneeslapper)
    Film: Everybody Sleeps
    Cartoon: Alphabet lunchbox
    Muppets: Three AM's wait for the bus
    Muppets: Kermit and Grover on short and long
    Film/Cartoon: The Baker#4 ("Four root beer floats!")
    Cartoon: X-xray
    Muppets: Grover and kid count up to twenty
    Muppets: 123 Sesame Street (sung by Stevie Wonder!)
    Cartoon: Brand X
    Muppets: Bert, Ernie and Shala on the letter X
    Cartoon: White man on the letter X
    Cartoon: The man that hated frogs
    Cartoon: Three cuckoo clocks go cuckoo three times
    Cartoon: Numbers 1-20 say their names
    Cartoon: Dots-missing one dot

    See ya!
  14. BlueAM

    BlueAM New Member

    Mikealan, I have a question for you:

    What do the three AMs who waited for the bus in the skit you mentioned look like?

    Thanks!

    BlueAM
  15. ScottMonster

    ScottMonster New Member

    Well in that case, as Kermit would say "the show must go on":)

    and with that, here's my contribution:

    Season 6: 1974 (don't know the ep number)

    1.The Count has climbed up to the top of the Sesame Street lamp-post so he can count all the lights on the street as they come on.

    2.Exit song (muppets only)

    3.Animation demonstrating the letter E as in enter and exit by having a character who goes in and out of two doors to the point of overdoing it

    4. Film: Kids at petting zoo

    5. Animation (3 children being chased by giant rabbit and outsmart him by hiding behind trees)

    6. Dialing For Prizes Movie

    7. Girl leads marching band and shouts out order to bang cymbals twice (??very brief)

    8. Animation bird about to eat caterpillar, but escapes by turning into a butterfly

    9. Prairie Dawn, Ernie, Bert, Herry and Cookie put on vaudville play about how a flower is planted and grown

    10.Rodeo Rosie meets the humans (and Big Bird) in Hooper's store

    11.Roosevelt Franklin teaches about Africa

    12.Alphabet Animation

    13.Song "Cream pies on the wall" (Maria, Luis, Bob and David)

    14. Film: Mailman on horseback

    15.Street scene musical number "What's The Name Of That Song?" (all the humans plus Bert, Herry, Oscar and Count)

    16:Animation: King Minus

    17.Ernie and Bert in movie theater, Ernie responds to movie by reacting and demonstrating different emotions

    18. Animation:Beetle Bailey "always last"

    19. Kermit, Grover and horse on farm demonstrating how a horse pulls a cart, but of course Grover never gets it quite right.

    20. Street scene: adults, kids, plus Ernie Bert and Herry all assembled around Oscars can at his request so he can show what people look like when they're not happy. (which to Oscar's chagrin, doesn't last very long of course)

    21. Animation: pencils in line dance demonstrating concepts of first and last

    22. Ernie and Bert: Ernie manages to acquires two noses by pulling off Bert's and attaching it to his own.

    23. Animation: Crow and fox with cheese

    24. Animation: demonstrates letter E as in "erase" where guy draws his likeness on chalkboard only to have it come to life, grab the eraser and rub out the artist who drew him!

    25. Film: little frog climbing a branch while song voice over "I'm gonna get there" is sung. The frog actually winks at the end when he reaches the top.

    26. Animation: best described as silhouette and "sand" animation demonstrating letter E with hill-billy style banjo music.

    27. Final scene: street scene with Count still up on lamp post sign. It's now dark and the Count watches as everyone turns out their lights, lock up and go home to bed. Luis is the last to turn his out and he locks up the fix it shop and starts to walk home when he suddenly notices the count on top of the sign post. Luis asks him what he's doing up there and the count tells him he's counting the lights going out and he's waiting for the one at the top of the Sesame Street sign, the tenth one, to go out. Luis tells him it won't go out untill morning so he might as well forget it and go home. The count replies "go home? And miss counting ten lights? Never, I will sleep here!" says goodnight to the light and falls asleep still clinging to the lamp post. Bert's voice over is heard saying Sesame Street brought to you today by the letter "E" and the number "2".


    More to come, stay tuned!
  16. Astro4004

    Astro4004 New Member

    cool!

    Muppetdude, please e-mail me (click on my profile and there will be an option). I have been looking for one of those skits, and I was wondering if I could bug you for a detailed description. Thanks so much!
  17. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Active Member

    Reply

    I never expected to get so many messages! Thanks to all of you guys with your support in this guide. I'll be typing more in the future (and, hopefully, with more of your help, add some more to my [ our ] guide)!
  18. mikealan

    mikealan New Member

    I remember three AM's that wait for the bus.

    The first one is the Fat Blue one, the tall orange lady and a green boy that looks like Farley. I have this clip on tape from the 1987-88 season from PBS.
  19. mikealan

    mikealan New Member

    Ohh..it had one of my favorite letter animations-the sand ones! I never watched the 1974 premiere, but did you think this episode is really sponsored by the letter E and the number 2?
  20. Mister Fred

    Mister Fred New Member

    sesame street reruns 1970's- early 1980's

    Do you have any of the episodes from the 1970's or 1980's (don't know the ep #'s) with the "pockets" song? Whenever my mom watched sesame street with me and that song was on, she'd sing along with it. Let me know if you do. I remember the song starts out "what do we do without pockets..... pockets are perfectly fine".


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