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Sesame Street Old School Outlines


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Number 257 features Big Bird, Cookie Monster, Harvey Kneeslapper, Grover, Maria, David, and Mr. Hooper! Plus, Ernie gets his fortune told, Kermit interviews Prince Charming and Cinderella, and Herry Monster looks for triangles.

Sesame Street Old School Outline 257

Season 6: Grover learns Spanish/Big Bird presents shapes/Harvey Kneeslapper’s “Y” trick

Sponsors: U, Y, 6

Scene 1: Cookie Monster wants to learn how to make Mr. Hooper’s Super-Duper Banana Split. Mr. Hooper presents the various ingredients: one banana, three scoops of ice cream, a bowl of nuts, whipped cream, and a cherry. After Cookie identifies the ingredients, Mr. Hooper starts to show him how to make the banana split...but Cookie Monster decides to combine the ingredients by eating them one by one!

Muppets: A group of Anything Muppets separately attempt to sell lemons, sugar, and water, without success. They meet up and cooperate to make and sell lemonade instead!

Cartoon: U is for Uniform

Film: The Mad Painter #6

Cartoon: The letter U salesman

Muppets: Ernie counts a stack of precariously balanced cups and saucers, which makes Bert very nervous. At the end, Ernie reveals that they’re glued together.

Film: A grasshopper (harpsichord background music)

Scene 2: Grover asks Maria for help with defining a word he found on a card. The card reads, “ABRAZO.” Maria explains by pulling Grover in and giving him a hug. Grover figures it out and then decides to ask about another word: “BESO.” Once again, Maria shows him by kissing him on the cheek. Grover asks Maria to explain “abrazo” and “beso” once again, and Maria obliges. As they hug and kiss, David notices and does a take to the camera.

Cartoon: A girl gives her little brother “un beso”

Muppets: Juanita looks for “YO”

Cartoon/Song: The Country Fiddler - Six Snails (by Bud Luckey)

Cartoon: My pet Y, Yetta

Muppets: Sesame Street News Flash - Kermit interviews Cinderella and Prince Charming at the royal ball

Scene 3: Big Bird, Maria, and the kids put together a puzzle with six square pieces. The puzzle ends up being a portrait of Big Bird! Then Big Bird directs the kids to watch some films about shapes.

Cartoon: The Jazzy Triangle and the Square

Film: In voiceover, David asks the viewer to look for circles outside a grocery storefront

Muppets: Grover and Herry Monster look for triangles, but they only find a square and a rectangle. Grover suggests that Herry cut the square in half to form two triangles!

Scene 4: Big Bird holds up various shapes and asks the kids to identify them. With Maria’s help, the kids correctly identify a square, a rectangle, a triangle, and a circle.

Cartoon: Jazz Spies #6 (shown in English & Spanish)

Film/Song: Joe Raposo sings, “Your Funny Face” over footage of various primates

Cartoon: Y is for Yawn

Cartoon: I’ve Got a Mind - Square

Muppets: Kermit counts six Twiddlebugs

Cartoon: Y is for Yo-Yo (speech balloon)

Film: A boy goes to the dentist for a checkup (music by Joe Raposo)

Muppets: Ernie is about to eat a cookie that he bought from Hooper’s Store when he sees a fortune-telling machine. A sign reads, “Your Fortune Told. Insert One Cookie.” Ernie decides to have his fortune told, and he puts the cookie into the machine. After hearing some crunching noises, the fortune comes out and Ernie reads, “You will soon be kissed by a grateful Cookie Monster.” Cookie emerges from the machine, kisses Ernie, and thanks him for the cookie!

Scene 5: Mr. Hooper and Maria sing, “Three of These Things” while using three toy cars and a toy airplane.

Muppet/Kid Moment: Grover and John-John talk about love. John-John asks Grover to count one penny.

Cartoon: U is for Umbrella (speech balloon)

Film: Time-lapse of growing seeds

Scene 6: Harvey Kneeslapper laughs hysterically while reading a comic book. David walks by and asks what’s so funny. Harvey says he’s reading a comic book. David: “Well, why’s it so funny?” Harvey: “You wanna see why? Here!” Harvey slaps a “Y” on his chest, throws the book away and runs off laughing uncontrollably.

Cartoon: The Yellow Yahoo

Cartoon: A yak talks about why the letter Y is so important. The narrator calls him a yakity-yak yak, and the angry yak charges at the screen!

Scene 7: David finishes telling Mr. Hooper and Maria about Harvey Kneeslapper’s trick and tells them that he’ll get back at him. David starts reading a book of his own and starts cackling. Harvey approaches and wants to know why David is laughing at that book. David pulls the same prank that Harvey pulled on him and the adults laugh out loud, but Harvey doesn’t find it funny this time.

Cartoon: Indian Guru Count 1-20 (shown in English and Spanish)

Film: A mailman delivers mail on horseback in the Appalachian mountains

Muppets: Grover, Herry, and Billy show that no matter how they’re arranged, they add up to three monsters (Spanish dub)

Cartoon: A boy shows that his dog can yelp, yowl, and yawn

Scene 8: David and Maria give piggyback rides to the kids in the arbor area. Mr. Hooper announces the sponsors. SS sign still: Mr. Hooper. CTW sign still: Susan.

Northern Calloway as David
Will Lee as Mr. Hooper
Sonia Manzano as Maria
Caroll Spinney as Big Bird

Frank Oz as Cookie Monster, Grover, Bert, Harvey Kneeslapper, Prince Charming, AMs
Jerry Nelson as Herry Monster, AMs
Jim Henson as Ernie, Kermit, AMs


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Nov 13, 2012
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Number 258 features Big Bird, Oscar, David, Luis, Maria, and Bob! Plus, Grover talks about the letter R, Ernie meets Bert's twin brother Bart, and Prairie Dawn and Herry Monster classify shoes.

Sesame Street Old School Outline 258

Season 5: Big Bird and Oscar talk about letters/The cast presents Spanish words

Sponsors: R, V, 3

Scene 1: Big Bird presents the letter R, but he can’t find anything that begins with that letter. David walks by with his portable radio and greets Maria, who is reading and snacking on raisins. Big Bird doesn’t pick up on the “R” words and says, “I’ll just talk about the letter V instead.”

Cartoon: R is for Rabbit (speech balloon)

Muppets: Grover’s R lecture (the “R” rocks, rolls, and rockets into the air)

Film: A pony gets near the camera, and then far away from it.

Muppet/Kid Moment: Bert, Ernie, and Shola count on their fingers

Scene 2: Big Bird presents the letter V, but once again he’s stumped. Bob takes a kid to his apartment for his violin lesson. Next, Luis starts cleaning his shop with a vacuum cleaner. Then Herry Monster starts eating some crunchy vegetables. Big Bird can’t concentrate with the violin music, vacuuming, and Herry’s loud eating... and he leaves in a huff: “I’m just VERY, VERY VEXED!”

Cast: The Alphabet Dancers form a “V” with their bodies

Cartoon: Vitamins give vigor to a drooping V

Muppets: Two Anything Muppet boys play hide-and-seek while saying the alphabet

Film/Song: Henson #3

Muppet/Kid Moment: Kermit asks Trey how to get from one place to another

Scene 3: Luis, David, and the kids watch Alphabet Bates write a letter R in the sky. Then they name some “R” words together.

Muppets: Bert’s twin brother Bart comes to visit, and Ernie observes their physical similarities. However, Bart dresses differently and spews bad puns...which makes him VERY different from Bert!

Cartoon/Song: The Country Fiddler - Three on Lady’s Lap (by Bud Luckey)

Film: A man spins around in circles while kayaking

Muppets: Kermit tests Cookie Monster’s intelligence with a special machine

Cartoon: Two men stand atop a giant letter V and discuss the letter’s importance

Cartoon: Imagination “V”

Scene 4: Oscar notes that Big Bird (“that eight-foot chirping ignoramus”) couldn’t talk about the letter V, so “I guess I’ll have to do it!” Oscar talks about why he likes the letter V: it starts the words vent, vile, vamoose, and vanish. After mentioning the last word, he decides to vanish by disappearing into his trash can!

Film: Counting 20 antique cars (music by Joe Raposo)

Cartoon: A woman notices that her car isn’t running. She puts a lowercase “r” under the hood, starts the car up, and drives it away as it goes, “Rrrrrr…”

Film: Sliding puzzle of an elephant

Muppets: Herry Monster and Prairie Dawn talk about the different ways that three shoes can be classified

Film/Song: “Take a Look at This” (motorboat)

Cartoon: R is for Radio

Muppets: The Amazing Mumford’s pineapple subtraction trick (with assistant Grover)

Cartoon: A wizard transforms himself into various “R” items for a little boy

Cartoon: Three men in boxes sound out the word “RUN”

Film: Roller Coaster #3 (powder ending)

Scene 5: Bob counts to 20 in English while Maria repeats each number in Spanish.

Film: Letter R hoist

Muppets: Lefty the Salesman (Caroll Spinney) shows Ernie an “R,” but Ernie drives him away by showing him a “P”

Cartoon: R is for Ribbon

Film/Song: Henson #3 (repeat)

Cartoon: Ali Baba presents the word “ABIERTO,” opens the cave door, and get run over by the 40 thieves

Scene 6: David points to himself and says, “ME.” Luis points to himself and says, “YO.” Then David opens the door to Hooper’s Store and says, “Open!” Luis repeats, “Abierto.” David and Luis walk through the door and shut it behind them. David: “Closed.” Luis: “Cerrado.”

Cartoon: A chicken is drawn on the screen (English & Spanish child voiceovers)

Muppets: Juanita takes her brother to the barbershop for a haircut

Cartoon: Two men stand atop a giant letter V and discuss the letter’s importance (repeat)

Scene 7: Bob and David say goodbye from the steps of 123 Sesame Street. Maria and Luis say, “Adios” from the Fix-It Shop. Big Bird and Oscar announce the sponsors. SS sign still: Mr. Hooper. CTW sign still: Gordon.

Northern Calloway as David
Emilio Delgado as Luis
Sonia Manzano as Maria
Bob McGrath as Bob
Caroll Spinney as Big Bird, Oscar, and Lefty the Salesman

Frank Oz as Bert, Cookie Monster, Grover, AMs
Jerry Nelson as Herry Monster, the Amazing Mumford, AMs
Fran Brill as Prairie Dawn
Jim Henson as Ernie, Kermit, AMs


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Number 259 features Big Bird, Oscar, Biff, the Count, David, and Olivia! Plus, Guy Smiley hosts the Addition Game, Ernie draws Bert's face, and Susan sings about walking and emotions.

Sesame Street Old School Outline 259

Season 10: David teaches Biff about coins/Oscar’s disco party

Sponsors: E, J, 7

Scene 1: Biff finishes a soda at Hooper’s Store and David asks for 20 cents. Biff is out of dimes, but David shows him how he can get twenty cents by using four nickels which are five cents each. Biff happens to have four nickels, which he uses to pay David.

Cartoon: What if I looked like George Washington and ended up on a dollar bill?

Scene 2: The Count comes in and frantically asks David for some spare change. He won’t say why, but he begs David to give him some coins. David empties out the cash register, and the Count thanks him: “That’s perfect! Now I can COUNT all the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters on the counter! Ah, ah, ah! One penny...two pennies...three pennies...four pennies…”

Muppets: Ernie opens his lunchbox and discovers that half of his chicken salad sandwich is gone. Sherlock Hemlock arrives to solve the mystery...and ultimately, Ernie figures out that Sherlock ate it!

Film: Lobster fishermen at work

Cartoon/Song: The Alligator King #7 (by Bud Luckey)

Scene 3: The Count has counted forty-three pennies, twenty-six nickels, seventeen dimes, and eleven quarters...ninety-seven coins in total! A miserable David puts his head down on the counter and sighs loudly.

Cartoon: E is for Erase

Film/Song: “I’m an Aardvark” (by Joe Raposo)

Muppets/Song: Bert sings, “Doin’ the Pigeon” (full version)

Cartoon: A man blows seven bubbles

Cartoon: E is for Egg (speech balloon)

Muppets: The Anything Muppets shout, “E!”

Film: A boy visits the hospital to meet his baby brother

Scene 4: Olivia and David overhear disco music coming from Oscar’s trashcan. It turns out that Oscar has invited several Grouches for a disco party (two of them arrive in tattered leisure suits). The adults laugh since Oscar hates dancing and parties. But Oscar argues that Grouch disco parties are different: they play scratched records and cover the dancefloor with eggshells. David wants to see this, and gets a face full of water. Oscar: “Oh, and did I mention that we turn the sprinkler system on during our parties, too? Hehehehehe!”

Film/Song: Henson #7

Cartoon: A little girl demonstrates “next to”

Muppets: Little Bird talks about next to and away from (Cookie Monster cameo)

Cartoon: Jughead Jones’s J story

Cast: Bob shows that juggle starts with J

Film: Knock, knock! Who’s there? The woodpecker!

Muppets: Ernie imagines what life would be like without Bert

Cartoon: An Indian guru counts to 20 (shown twice, in English and Spanish; produced by Ken Snyder Enterprises)

Scene 5: Olivia, Big Bird, and the kids count pennies. Big Bird hums a snippet of the song “Pennies from Heaven” towards the end of the segment.

Cartoon: Pinball Number Count #7

Film: The Mad Painter #7

Muppets: Professor Grover gives a lecture about the face (with help from Maria)

Cartoon: Typewriter Guy - E is for Ear

Muppets: Guy Smiley hosts “The Addition Game” with Herry Monster as his contestant

Cartoon: E is for Eel

Cartoon/Song: Wee Willie Wimple - Water Pollution

Muppets: Don Music rewrites “Yankee Doodle” with help from Kermit the Frog

Insert: Susan sings, “How Do You Walk” with Bob, Mr. MacIntosh, and the kids

Film: Ice skaters 1-20

Cartoon: Jenny, Jeff, and the Jacket

Cartoon: Sand J/j

Muppets: Ernie draws Bert’s face on the TV screen

Film: Jerry Nelson narrates as a monkey does twenty backflips

Scene 6: Once the coins are all counted, Olivia decides to treat Big Bird and the kids to ice cream cones. As they go to Hooper’s Store, David and Biff announce the sponsors together. SS sign still: Susan. CTW sign still: Gordon.

Northern Calloway as David
Loretta Long as Susan
Sonia Manzano as Maria
Bob McGrath as Bob
Chet O’Brien as Mr. MacIntosh
Alaina Reed as Olivia
Caroll Spinney as Big Bird and Oscar

Frank Oz as Bert, Cookie Monster, Grover, AMs
Jerry Nelson as the Count, Biff, Sherlock Hemlock, Herry Monster, AMs
Richard Hunt as Don Music, AMs
Fran Brill as Little Bird, AMs
Jim Henson as Ernie, Guy Smiley, Kermit the Frog, AMs


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Nov 13, 2012
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Number 260 features Oscar, Big Bird, Herry Monster, Susan, Gordon, Luis, and Mr. Hooper! Plus, Ernie plays the drums, Roosevelt Franklin discusses street crossing, and Little Jerry sings about feeling proud.

Sesame Street Old School Outline 260

Season 7: National Grouch Day

Sponsors: A, H, 8

Scene 1: Big Bird and Susan talk about the importance of eyes. Without them, we wouldn’t be able to see anything. Big Bird demonstrates by covering his eyes with his wing, and walking away...causing a big crash off-screen.

Cartoon: Jazz Spies #8

Muppets: After watching the previous segment, Ernie and Bert play the sandbox game (“I eight the sandbox”)

Scene 2: Big Bird talks about the importance of nurses, as Susan puts bandages on his body.

Cartoon: Today’s secret drawing is a nurse

Film/Song: “Dressed Up” (by Joe Raposo)

Cartoon: A is for Acrobats

Muppets: A group of monsters look up at the letter A

Cartoon: A man explains the difference between drinking glasses and eyeglasses

Muppets: Roosevelt Franklin Elementary School - Crossing the Street

Cartoon: A man presents an alligator, which starts with A

Scene 3: Herry Monster, Luis, and the kids play, “Here Are Some Things” with three dolls and a wrench.

Film: Kids guess what a man’s career is. He is a gardener!

Muppets: Guy Smiley hosts “Here Is Your Life” to honor an oak tree

Cartoon: H is for Horseshoe

Cartoon: H is for Hat

Film: The Mad Painter #8

Cast: Susan, Bob, and Maria demonstrate addition and subtraction

Cartoon: The King of Eight (stop-motion animation by Jim Henson)

Muppet/Kid Moment: Grover and Polly count to 10

Scene 4: Gordon notices that Oscar looks even more miserable than usual. Oscar tells Gordon that it’s National Grouch Day but he doesn’t know anybody else on Sesame Street who could celebrate with him. Gordon promises to do something about it, and secretly gathers everyone to plan a surprise for Oscar.

Film: African animals

Muppets: Harvey Kneeslapper’s “A” trick

Cartoon: Arthur and Annie look for “A” words

Cartoon: A is for Ape (speech balloon)

Film: Ten clowns emerge from a car

Muppets: Ernie plays the drums, but forgets to let Bert back into the apartment

Film/Song: Henson #8

Scene 5: Having gathered everyone, Gordon knocks on Oscar’s can. Oscar is shocked to see everyone with dirt smeared on their faces and yelling, “HAVE A ROTTEN NATIONAL GROUCH DAY!” Susan gives Oscar a bag of trash, Luis has a broken chair for Oscar, and the Mudman arrives with a week’s supply of mud. Gordon presents a gift in a flowerpot which makes Oscar suspicious...until Gordon pulls off the wrapping and reveals a prickly cactus! Finally, Mr. Hooper gives Oscar a bowl of chocolate ice cream with pickles, grapefruit slices, and extra anchovies! Oscar is touched, but when pushed to say “thank you,” he mutters, “Thanks...I guess. Now have a ROTTEN National Grouch Day, and GET LOST!” Everybody boos and taunts Oscar as he digs into his treats.

Cartoon/Song: Penny Candy Man #8 (by Bud Luckey)

Cartoon: Adding ladybugs and lizards

Muppets: Cookie Monster plays a hammer strength game at the carnival. However, the dishonest barker has rigged the game so that no one can ring the bell. After two tries, Cookie asks what the prize was, and the man says, “A cookie.” Cookie Monster tries once more and crushes the bell (and wrecks the device), thus winning the cookie!

Film: A boy and his family herd sheep and cattle in the winter

Cartoon: H is for Horseshoe (repeat)

Muppets: Little Jerry and the Monotones sing, “Proud!”

Cartoon: Howard and Harold name “H” words

Film/Song: Henson #8 (repeat)

Cartoon: Madrigal Alphabet

Scene 6: At night, Oscar revels in his presents. Oscar: “Don’t tell anyone I said this, but that was probably the best National Grouch Day I’ve had. And by best, I mean the worst! Gee, life on Sesame Street isn’t all that bad after all…” Herry Monster announces the sponsors. SS sign still: Mr. Hooper. CTW sign still: Maria.

Emilio Delgado as Luis
Will Lee as Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long as Susan
Sonia Manzano as Maria
Bob McGrath as Bob
Roscoe Orman as Gordon
Caroll Spinney as Big Bird and Oscar

Frank Oz as Bert, Grover, Cookie Monster, Harvey Kneeslapper, AMs
Jerry Nelson as Herry Monster, the Mudman, Little Jerry, AMs
Matt Robinson as Roosevelt Franklin (voice only)
Jim Henson as Ernie, Guy Smiley, AMs


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Number 261 features Oscar, Grover, Bert, Herry Monster, David, Bob, and Susan! Plus, Ernie and Cookie Monster have an identity crisis and the Amazing Mumford shows us what surprises mean.

Sesame Street Old School Outline 261

Season 8: Oscar tries to scare people/Herry Monster works as a weight trainer

Sponsors: F, G, 9

Scene 1: Oscar asks David to help him count to 10, without giving an explanation. David counts to 10, and Oscar reveals why: “You just counted to 10 for my pet rhinoceros! Now I’m gonna hide while he goes and seeks me!” As Oscar ducks into his can, the rhinoceros rampages in search of Oscar, shaking the street and scaring David senseless.

Cartoon: Count to 10 with Nobody

Film: The bottle factory

Muppets: The Count and Cookie Monster cooperate to count and eat cookies

Cartoon: A cloud blows things with an “F” sound

Film: Kittens playing (bilingual child voiceover)

Cartoon/Song: Martian Beauty #9 (by Bud Luckey)

Muppets: Bert and Ernie play a pretending game

Scene 2: Bob plays “Here Are Some Things” with three small g’s and a large G. An extra set of G’s rests off to the side. Bob asks which G (large or small) goes with the others.

Cartoon: A man asks a purple fellow what’s behind the door. It turns out to be a gorilla!

Cartoon: Kids narrate a “G” drawing

Film: The Mad Painter #9

Muppets/Song: Grover and George sing, “Two G Sounds”

Film: A clown (Dennis Allen) applies and removes his makeup. Which do you like more?

Cartoon: Do you know what it’s like to be scared?

Scene 3: Oscar shows the viewer a large, scary mask and plans to spook his neighbors. First, he startles David, who finds the mask so funny that he laughs hysterically.

Cartoon: G is for Goat and Grass

Scene 4: Oscar tries to scare Susan, but he doesn’t know that she’s had a bad day at work. Susan becomes furious and chews him out.

Cartoon: Frances Fairy

Scene 5: Oscar tries once more on Grover, who is so scared that he begins screaming for help. David, Bob, and Susan come running, and Oscar frantically attempts to comfort Grover by showing his own face. But then everyone starts laughing, and Oscar realizes that he’s been tricked into being scared by everyone else!

Film/Song: “Me” (by Joe Raposo)

Muppets: The Amazing Mumford demonstrates surprise (Herry Monster cameo)

Cartoon: F is for Frog and Fly

Muppets: Ernie and Cookie Monster have an identity crisis. A green Anything Muppet shows up and points out how to tell them apart

Film: Giraffes on an African plain

Cartoon: Sand F/f

Cartoon: Big, bigger, and biggest strong-men

Scene 6: Herry Monster begins working as a weightlifting trainer. David and Bob pass by, and Herry asks them to try lifting weights. Herry has three different weights of various sizes: big, bigger, and biggest. Bob lifts the big weight, David lifts the bigger weight, and Herry shows them up by lifting the biggest weight...with one hand!

Cartoon/Song: “That’s About the Size of It” (by Bud Luckey)

Cast: Maria presents the hammer and shows how it is used

Film: A warthog

Cartoon/Song: Pinball Number Count #9

Muppets: A group of Anything Muppet children cooperate to grow a flower

Cartoon: A gorilla who knows G words applies for a job

Scene 7: Herry convinces Bert to try lifting weights. Herry: “Look at those arms...all floppy and loose!” Bert: “Gimme a break, I hear that all the time from Ernie!” Bert struggles to lift the first weight, but Herry tells him not to give up. Bert tries again and again, and finally succeeds! Bert is having so much fun that he doesn’t want to stop!

Cartoon: The Old Woman Who Lived in a Nine

Muppets: Sesame Street News Flash - Kermit comments as a princess finds a suitor who matches her description. Ultimately, Kermit is chosen! When the princess kisses him, she turns into a frog and they go to the “hop” together.

Film/Song: “Everybody Run”

Cartoon: Typewriter Guy - F is for Fly

Scene 8: David, Bob, and Susan are speechless when they see a muscular Bert walking with Herry along Sesame Street. Oscar announces the sponsors. SS sign still: Grover. CTW sign still: Maria.

Northern Calloway as David
Bob McGrath as Bob
Loretta Long as Susan
Sonia Manzano as Maria
Caroll Spinney as Oscar

Frank Oz as Grover, Bert, Cookie Monster, AMs
Jerry Nelson as Herry Monster, the Amazing Mumford, AMs
Jim Henson as Ernie, Kermit, AMs