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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by MuppetDude, Mar 7, 2003.
I've seen unpaved before.
Now all of the "Camp Echo Rock" episodes are included.
Is SS unpaved still on Noggin?????? I want to see the old SS so bad!
Unfortunately, Unpaved is off the air, but many members here have many of the episodes--myself included.
You are all so lucky. I guess you have all been at this longer than I have. My goal is to have SS on video one episode at a time from beginning to current episodes. I just don't know where to start since the old ones aren't on anymore. I have not yet started this collection, so I have nothing to even trade.
Here's another episode...
Here's another Unpaved episode I can add to your Unpaved guide:
#1933-The Plant In My Window/Musical Chairs/The New Sesame Street Computer
Original Airdate: 1984
Brought to you by: A, C, 11
1933 Scene 1/Song: 'The Plant In My Window' (sung by Big Bird and Olivia)
Cartoon: Two hipsters try to wake up the plant in different ways
Film/Song: I Believe In Little Things (Raposo) (original version)
Cartoon: A is for alligator (Season 1)
Muppets: Kermit & Two-Headed Monster-Talking and Listening To Each Other
Cartoon: 'A' Words (ending with 'Ambulance') (Season 1)
Cartoon: Conductor asks for an 'A!'
Cartoon: Ape crashes on tree, ape-shaped
Live-Action: Kids running
1933 Scene 2: Musical Chairs with Grover, Luis, and the kids (late 70's insert)
Cartoon: Circus Tamer#11
Muppets/Song: Polly Darton Sings the 1-5 Counting Song
Film: Building a Log Cabin
Cartoon: Two kids argue over a dog and a cat
1933 Scene 3: Big Bird & Snuffy heard that Olivia, Maria, and Bob work on the new Sesame Street computer
Film: What Is A Computer
Film: Marching Band-Circle
Cartoon/Song: Pinball Number Count#11
Muppets/Song: Jump Jive by Cab Calloway & the Two-Headed Monster
1933 Scene 4: Oscar shows Bob his grouch computer
Film: Finding Circles in Supermarket
Cartoon: Consonant Sound Limerick-C, Cat
Muppets: Kermit News: The Santa Claus Holiday Mix
Cartoon: 'C' Words (ending with 'I hate cucumbers! I wish he'd call me a carrot!')
1933 Scene 5: Maria teaches Telly how to use the computer/Telly made first grouchy face parts on it for Oscar
Cartoon: Orange man falls off the wall with the ball
Muppets: Cookie's Galoshes Rhyming Poem with Kermit & Cookie
1933 Scene 6/Closing: Telly works more on the grouchy face on the computer for Oscar
You see, I got 12 more episodes of Sesame Unpaved:
How did you get so many Unpaved episodes? You started out with only two!
Were those two done by the same animator? The numbers look the same in both sketches.
Well, I used to have the first two in the 2002-03 school year, but now I got 64 out of 67 Unpaved episodes in the 2004-05 school year! Here's my history:
December 2002-My dad captured #162 and #355 off Noggin before it took Unpaved off the air in May 26, 2003
August 2003-#406 and #2558 from Gbrobeck by sending him #162 and two Electric Companies
September 2003-#1364 and #1396 (full versions) from Boober by sending him two Electric Companies and my Season 23 compilation
late September 2003-#514 and #2574 from SSetta by sending him my Season 23 compilation
December 8, 2003-Bought #1706, #1708-10 from SSetta by sending him the check for the episodes
early January 2004-#1 (full version), #8, #1707 and five non-Noggin episodes from Seasons 18-19 (2282, 2283, 2291, 2395, and 2440) from Gbrobeck by sending him #3164, #3195, #3175, #3152, #3140, #3374, #2795, and #2874
March 2004-Bought #131 from SSetta by sending him the check for the episode
late March 2004-#276, #1037, and #1740 from grolen by sending him #162, #406, and #514
Passover 2004-got terrible copies of #43, #54, and #83 and good copies of #1093-94 and #1575 from MuppetDude by sending him #162, #355, #406, #514, and #1709-10
April 30, 2004-#536, #796, #1041, #1056, and #1186 from BWSmith by sending him #162, #276, #355, #406, and #514
June 1, 2004-bought better copies of #43, #54, and #83 and good copies of #871 and #1316 from SSetta by sending him the check for the episodes
July 2004-bought #158, #198, #926, #1446, #1800, #1836, #1839, #2122, #2208, #2257, #2269, and #2358 from Dave Norman (from Square One TV forum!) by sending him the check for the episodes
August 2004-bought #1090-92, #1095, #1576, and #2073 from SSetta by sending him the check for the episodes
September 1, 2004-bought #1736, #1933, #2040, #2059, #2096, #2123-25, #2226, #2404, and #2485-86 from Dave Norman (from Square One TV forum!) by sending him the check for the episodes
September 9, 2004-#2293 and #2356 from dvakman by sending him #2395 and #3374
All I need are #666, #1563, and the full copy of #2615 (unless I might still have it) so I'll be very happy to have the whole collection
Where's the Square One TV forum?
What sketches happen on episode 3197?
I wouldn't know. I don't keep up w/ everything on each epsiode. I really don't like to. It takes to much time to write everything down. I'm not trying to be rude I'm just not into writing everything down unless its for something I need to do. Sorry.
3197: Telly Breaks Luis's Vase
Song: "I Get a Kick out of 'U'" (Ethel Mermaid) (1992)
Song: "Cluck Around a Clock" (1990)
Ernie and Ernestine: What's the Same? (1983)
News Flash: Ideas for Games (1985)
Grover and Morgan on Body Parts (1993)
Monsterpiece Theater: One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1990)
Big Bird at: El Museo del Barrio (Kids Make Masks) (1991)
Song: "Stick Out Your Hand and Say Hello" (Rick Moranis/Bert) (1991)
Huh. that's strange, I coulda sworn Thinking of U was in that episode. Maybe it was another. Eh. What're you gonna do?
My copy is a Noggin edit. It could've been edited out (or in the original episode; #3197 was from an earlier season from the early 90s and reran with the Season 25 episodes).
Looking for vintage sesame street
I have looked all over the internet for some vintage sesame street episodes because my two year old son and I love watching them together! I really want to get a hold of some of the older ones that I loved and remember as a child and also curious to see some of the episodes that were before my time. (I would especially love to have episode 1) I don't have episodes to trade.. the only sesame street videos I have were the ones released by Random House in the 80's and 90's. I would love to buy some of the older episodes. If anyone knows where I can buy some older episodes, please email me!
Here's my guide about this hard-to-find Unpaved episode:
Original Airdate: 1987
Sponsored by: W, Z, 8
Cast: Big Bird, Ernie, Bert, Kermit, Elmo, Telly, Herry, Prairie Dawn, Snuffy, Mumford, Two-Headed Monster, Leo the Party Monster, Forgetful Jones, Barkley, Honkers, Maria, Luis, Gordon, Susan, Bob, Linda, Gina, David, Carlos
2293 Scene A: Big Bird and Snuffy explore Sesame Street
Cartoon: Z For Zebra & Zoo
Film: Fireworks Alphabet
Muppets: Baby Honker Hatches
Cartoon: Circus Trainer#8 (8 Ice-Skating Penguins)
Muppets: Pageant: The Food We Eat (featuring the seldom-seen Leo the Party Monster)
Street Insert: Forgetful Jones & kid-NO
Cartoon: Typewriter Guy-W, Wall
Muppets/Song: Octopus Blues
Film: Kids ice-skating
2293 Scene B: Mumford accidently makes Maria speak duck when he performs his trick where Barkley speaks like a duck and a duck speaks like Barkley
Cartoon: 'Z' In Space
Live-Action: Luis & Gordon Fight Over a Window In a Cold Winter Night
Film: Two kids & teenage male gym teacher do exercises
Stop-Motion: Six Apples Minus Three Equals Three
2293 Scene C: Bob sees that Maria speaks like a duck; Big Bird tells Maria that his cousin spoke like duck
Cartoon/Song: Jazzy Spies#8 (no ending)
Muppets: Ernie's Sandbox Game (Season 1, after the intercoven of Jazzy Spies#8)
Claymation: Difficult Ways to Travel on the Bridge (with a car, a robot, and a duck)
2293 Scene D: Maria still speaks duck, Big Bird misunderstands Spanish on the phone, Carlos fills in for him
Cartoon: W For Wilbur
Muppets: Kermit and the word 'TAXI'
Film: 'LOST DOG' poster
Cartoon: Hands Play Along Each Other
2293 Scene E: Mumford gives Maria a book how not to speak like duck; Big Bird tries different ways from the book
Film: Mad Painter#8
Muppets: Two-Headed Monster-PAT
Muppets/Song: Bein' Green with Kermit & Lena Horne
Cartoon: Name That Food ("Will you eat it?")
2293 Scene F/Closing: When Mumford says his magic words "A-la peanut butter sandwiches" in backwards, Maria finally speaks normal, but Mumford speaks like a duck and a duck speaks like Mumford!
Thank you so much for the #2293 guide, Mike! It's the only Unpaved show missing in my collection!
Well, I think I said the wrong kid. I believe the kid that fills in for Big Bird's Spanish call on this episode was Jason.
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