Here's an upload that seems kinda weird.
Sesame Street 20th Anniversary Part 1 #throwbacktv #retrotv #kermitthefrog - YouTube
It refers to it as "Sesame Street: 20 and Still Counting - Part 1", when it is the entire special, along with some episodes of Sesame Street and The Jim Henson Hour. Don't know why they called it "Part 1".
But as far as I know, it is the first ever YouTube upload of the end credits to 20 and Still Counting, which was cut from the DVD and has been absent from all uploads I have seen, both before and after the DVD release (even uploads from the original NBC airing have removed it, or maybe too many people stopped recording before the credits).
But before the credits, at about the 56 minute mark, is a promo for The Jim Henson Hour with Jim Henson talking about the show. There was another promo in the middle that's a more generic promo, but this one, shown just before the credits, has Jim talking about the show and showing a variety of clips. As far as I can tell, this is not on YouTube on its own. It is a better promo than the other one that aired during the commercial breaks.
I've heard that 20 and Still Counting was originally supposed to be an episode of The Jim Henson Hour, and I wonder if I misunderstood that (maybe NBC agreed to some cross promotion and The Jim Henson Company produced an anniversary special). Jim's introduction is on a different set from the show and he's joined by Kermit instead of the lion. I wonder if this promo for The Jim Henson Hour is similar to the usual tags. I feel like it's a little longer, but I also know that most of the NBC broadcasts had a promo for next week's show at the end of the last commercial break. Perhaps it's the combined length of those promos and tags. The style is much different, this one showcasing clips from a variety of episodes (while the other promo is exclusive to the first episode, but also doesn't break down MuppeTelevision from The StoryTeller like the other promos do). It would have been neat if Jim Henson hosted promos for each individual episode like this.