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Discussion in 'Classic Sesame Street' started by MuppetDude, Mar 7, 2003.
I need to know how episode 1563 went.
Actually, it was the one with the two men. The tall man wants the short man to carry the O as he reads the poem about the letter O (I just don't remember the lines of it, sorry) but then the short man threw the O away until the giant man (although we don't see his head) carried a heavy O and politely asks "Is this your O?" and the short man thought it was so the giant guy dropped the heavy O onto the tall man's toe!
I got 1563 but I don't remember the whole guide to it because I haven't seen it for a long time, sorry! But I can give you some of the segments that were on this episode:
Muppets/Song: Sit Right Down And Plan w/Grover & the Anything Muppets (1978)
Cartoon/Song: Sparky's Alligator Song
Muppets: Competitive Flowers In the Garden (1980)
Muppets: Bert's Nephew Brad Takes A Bath (1980)
Muppets: Ernie Cleans the Apartment In Top Speed (1969)
Muppets: Upside-Down '8' (1971)
Cartoon/Song: Penny Candy Man#8 (1971)
Film: Recycling Papers
Muppets: Newsflash-Peter Piper's Pickled Peppers (1977)
Muppets: Ernie & Jason-AT Family (1980)
Well, the information about the SSU episodes have been up already on Muppet Wiki! There are 39 of the 67 Unpaved episodes that have complete information with screencaps from each segment/street scene of the show and a couple that are incomplete. There are some other episodes that have the old format of the pages back last year and some of them, unfortunately, don't have the list of everything that was on them Now that the wiki is starting to grow, I think that the page about show #2486 does NOT have the sponsors and does NOT have the list of every segment/street street! Boy I wish I find out what Noggin edits were featured on 2226, 2404 and 2486, so that means these will be the last episodes I have to make guides for in this thread before the wiki keeps growing:
Original Airdate: November 1986
Sponsors: A, C, 8
2226A: Gordon shows Big Bird, Telly and Elmo pictures of Miles in his first year of Sesame Street; Gordon and Susan have plans to have a first birthday party for Miles while Big Bird plans to work on the adoption pageant with Snuffy
Animation: c-candle (Candle Blows Man) (EKA: Episode 1095)
Film: A family lives on the farm and buys milk from the supermarket (new)
Muppets/Song: Eight Beautiful Notes (Count Von Count) (EKA: Episode 1708)
Animation: Fisherman learns that it's not good to pull out plants when he goes fishing
2226B: Big Bird and Snuffy argue over who wants to be Gordon or Susan, Susan settles them down.
Film/Song: You're My Baby (A Beautiful Baby)
Animation: A pencil tries to write the word 'DANCE'
Ernie & Bert Song: Dance Myself To Sleep (EKA: Episode 1707)
Animation: Animal photographs
Muppets: Grover the Lumberjack: First for Supper?
Stop-Motion: The King of Eight
2226C: Susan sings "Baby Baby Baby" with Bob, Luis and Gordon as back-up singers; Big Bird can't find Snuffy for the adoption pageant
Film: Toys, Robots, Satellites
Animation: A For Acrobats
Muppets/Celebrity: The Alphabet Song (Lena Horne & the Anything Muppets)
Animation: Consonant Sound: C, Cat
2226D: Big Bird and Snuffy are finally doing their adoption pageant with Elmo! Big Bird as Gordon, Snuffy as Susan and Elmo as the adoption man
Animation: Ape Shape
Ernie & Bert: Bert Follows the Arrows
Film/Song: I Can Do It Myself
2226E: The gang sings "We're A Family" to Miles
Original Airdate: January 1988
Sponsors: A, Y, 8
2404A: Big Bird and Snuffy are playing cowboy, but unfortunately, Snuffy likes to say yee-ha more than one time!
Animation/Song: Hey, Diddle Diddle (banjo-playing turtle)
Kermit News: The London Fog
Animation: The story of how raisins are made (similar to the one about peanut butter) (EKA: Episode 2269)
Film: Operation Playground
Muppets/Song: Healthy Food
2404B: Big Bird tells Susan and Gordon that he has a problem about playing cowboy, but then, he and Snuffy like playing cowboy in different ways
Game Show: The Fairytale Newlywed Game
Animation: Hand-drawing of a man playing a guitar in Italy (EKA: Episode 2269)
Live-Action/Song: Please Be Careful, Please Don't Walk
Animation: Fisherman learns that it's not good to pull out plants when he goes fishing (EKA: Episode 2226)
Muppets: Simon Soundman Teaches Bert on How To Speak Tuba
Live-Action: The Heartstrongs Part 1
Live-Action: The Heartstrongs Part 2
Animation: Gurbu guy 1-20 (EKA: Episode 0276)
2404C: After Big Bird and Snuffy finished playing cowboy, they see Maria and Luis holding hands together while crossing the street. They try to ask them questions, but they don't seem to understand them.
2404D: Big Bird and Snuffy have ideas to understand Maria and Luis easier on why they hold their hands together. As they ask them again, they both tell them that they are falling in love each other!
Animation: I Love You (Kid's Drawing)
Animation: Gordon's Voiceover A/a
Kermit Songs: African Alphabet
Muppet/Kid Moments: Grover and Chelesa on LOVE
Film/Song: It's Nookie-Ook and It's Cold Outside
2404E: As Big Bird gets ready for bed in his nest, Maria and Luis tuck him in there together and head back to the 123 Sesame Street apartment.
Original Airdate: November 1988
Sponsors: C, P, 5
2486A: Maria and Luis are getting ready to go camping as their honeymoon. Elmo wants to join them there, but sadly, only Maria and Luis are going there. Then, many of the Sesame Street citizens come in giving them a lot of other important things to go with while singing about planning ahead.
Animation: Something's missing (Frog and dog)
Ernie & Bert: Ernie & Bert go fishing (EKA: Episode 1707)
Film: A story about how a girl and her brother surprise their mother for her birthday party
Muppets/Song: C Is For Cookie (EKA: Episode 1095)
2486B: Oscar and the Grouchketteers plan on making a big "JUST WANTED" sign on the end of Maria and Luis's car so that Oscar would hope that Maria and Luis would get into an argument. Telly thinks it's not nice for them.
Animation: Jake the Snake
Kermit's Lectures: Talking and Listening to Each Other with the Two-Headed Monster (EKA: Episode 1933)
Film/Song: You're My Baby (A Beautiful Baby) (EKA: Episode 2226)
Animation: c-cap (EKA: Episode 0573)
Muppets: Grover Adds and Subtracts Himself (EKA: Episode 1092)
Animation/Song: Pinball Number Count#5 (EKA: Episode 1710)
2486C: Oscar tries to call his pet pig, Spot, but he finds out that he's missing; When Maria and Luis are ready to go camping, it turns out that their car is stuck!
Animation/Song: I Love Being A Pig
Game Show: Where Do I Belong?
Animation: The number 5 is covered by rainbow balls
2486D: After a long rough time of finding Spot and having Maria and Luis's car not started, it turns out that Spot is in the front of Maria and Luis's car!
Animation: P For Planet (EKA: Episode 2173)
Muppets/Song: Let's Go Driving In an Automobile (EKA: Episode 2405)
Live-Action: Pee-Wee Herman's alphabet (EKA: Episode 2356)
2486E: Big Bird, Snuffy and Alice surprise Maria and Luis because they want to join in for the trip, but Maria and Luis are the only two people to go to the trip so they all sing about going with two people.
Muppets: The Count Hires Ernie To Answer the Telephone
Live-Action/Song: One of Each (Kids on Bikes)
Film: Gorillas Playing
Animation/Song: Hey, Diddle Diddle (banjo-playing turtle) (EKA: Episode 2404)
2486F: Maria and Luis are finally ready for the trip and the big "JUST WANTED" sign Oscar planned for had never bothered them at all!
No, that's incorrect. It's orangutans playing, not gorillas.
Here's one of the other SSU episodes that haven't had guides to yet...
Original Airdate: November 1987
Sponsors: B, J & 7
2358A: At Hooper's Store, Gina wants another glass of lemonade while doing her homework, but David wishes he has a new partner for the store.
Animation: Scrambled Word Guy-HELP
Ernie & Bert: The Count Sleeps Over At Ernie & Bert's Part 1
Animation: Seven Sweet Sopranos
Ernie & Bert: The Count Sleeps Over At Ernie & Bert's Part 2
Film: A boy takes a look at his new baby brother at the hospital (EKA: Episode 1839)
Animation: One Boot
2358B: Meryl Sheep comes to help David, but David really doesn't need help from her.
Animation: "You know what it's like to be scared?"
Live-Action/Song: Three Of These Kids
Animation: Christopher Clumsy jumps over a hole and bumps onto a wall
Muppets/Song: There's Nothing We Women Can't Be
Animation: 7 Starfish (Swedish)
2358C: Oscar comes to help David in different ways, including the upside-down surprise.
Muppets/Song: Rappin' Alphabet
Film: Marching Band forms a circle (EKA: Episode 1094)
Animation: b-butterfly (EKA: Episode 2123)
Sesame Street News Flash: Mary's Little Lamb (EKA: Episode 2059)
Animation: Jughead's J Story
2358D: Mumford tries to help David as his new partner, but unfortunately, he once turned Maria into a root beer float!
Animation: B For Boxer (EKA: Episode 1845)
Film: Woman dissects honey from bees
Live-Action: A kid gives a seven to Big Murray (Gordon)
Muppets/Celebrity/Song: Grouchy Face (James Taylor and Oscar)
Film: The wooden horse
Ernie & Bert: Ernie's Imaginary Baseball Game (EKA: Episode 1708)
Animation/Song: Fruta Manzana sings about recycling
2358E: Gina is finished with her homework and got seven glasses of lemonade; David finally wants Gina to be his new partner!
Animation: The apple, the orange and the pear
Muppets: Bad Bart Deserves the Bartender What He Deserves
Film/Song: B Is For Bubble (EKA: Episode 0008)
Animation: Here, kitty, kitty, kitty
2358F: David and Gina finally get to work together at Hooper's Store at last!
What exactly is Sesame Street Unpaved?
I have a book with that title, but it is a behind-the-scenes type of book, and that doesn't sound like what you guys are talking about.
When in doubt, look it up on the Wiki.
(In this thread it's usually the series which is discussed)
Why did they add the "Unpaved" to the show's name for this series?
Thanks for the link!
It's older episodes from seveal of the seasons from back in the day. That's what it was all about. They did this when Noggin had just started out and then it's no longer showned. At all.
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