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Your Thoughts: Sesame Street Season 36

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Phillip, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. alizakaila

    alizakaila Well-Known Member

  2. salemfan

    salemfan Well-Known Member

    Could somebody please name me all 26 episodes and the letters they were sponsored by so I can pair them up with Sweet Pickles books? I am not able to see Sesame Street because I am at school when it airs on my local station.
     
  3. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Ahem... teenintosesame...
    All 26 episodes of Season 36 haven't aired yet, only the first ten, so I can't give you the sponsor letters of all the episodes from Season 36 at least not yet.
    What I can do is help you out with the sponsors so far. Tracking these like you, not sure why though.

    4083: D and 4.
    4084: J and 9, they reused the second ending with Trash Gordon and the Muddy Muddons from Season 35 for this one.
    4085: G and 6.
    4087: Q and 8.
    4087: E and 5.
    4088: K and 12.
    4089: O and 4.
    4090: T and 2.
    4091: I and 0.
    4092: U and 8.

    So... We'd have, in order...
    Doubtful Dog (4083),
    Jealous Jackal (4084),
    Goof-Off Goose (4085),
    Questioning Quail (4086),
    Enormous Elephant (4087),
    Kidding Kangaroo (4088),
    Outraged or Outrageous Octopus (4089),
    Temper-Tantrum Throwing Turtle (4090),
    Imitating Iguana (4091), and
    Unique Unicorn (4092).
    Hope this helps and have a good night.
     
  4. MuppetDude

    MuppetDude Well-Known Member

    I don't understand any of this. :confused:
     
  5. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Eh, don't worry about it MuppetDude. Seems that teenintosesame associates or rather better remembers the episodes from the now 26-episode seasons of Sesame Street by matching up the characters from Sweet Pickles with the sponsor letter of each SS episode.

    Sweet Pickles, not sure if you're familiar with it, was a franchise from the 80's that also helped kids get ready for preschool by teaching letters and numbers and social skills. The thing is that Sweet Pickles was specifically geared towards letters as their strong suit, cause they had a cast of 26 humanized animal characters, one for each letter of the alphabet. These characters were animals whose names started with each letter: alligator for A, bear for B, camel for C, and so on. Their first names was some sort of personality trait that matched with their letter: X-Writing Xerus, Yakety Yak, and Zany Zebra, and so on.
    Hope this helps and have a good day.
     
  6. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    I do not want to get too optimistic here, but it appears that maybe, next week, we'll finally start to see the rest of the episodes from this season. There's no plot synopsis for anyone yet, except the rerun, so it looks like there's a possibility they're starting next week...

    Click
     
  7. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    You talking about the repeat of Big Bird's Story without an Ending on Wednesday 5/4? Well, think again. Remember when AlizaKaila posted the repeats for these two weeks with dates in between that had no synopsis plotline? Well, remember what they showed on those blank dates like Tuesday and Thursday of this week? Season 36 repeats. My thinking is that they'll finish repeating all ten S36 episodes and then get back to new episodes on 5/10. Then again, what worries me is that 5/10 would be the date that S36 would have reverted back to repeats if the entire season had aired throughout. Guess we've just gotta wait and see.
     
  8. salemfan

    salemfan Well-Known Member

    When I list the episodes of the 26-episode seasons of Sesame Street, I usually list them in order by letter.
    See my posts from seasons 34 and 35 for my matchings of episodes with Sweet Pickles books.
     
  9. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Told You! Knew it'd end up being 4088 repeated today. So, that means we gotsta wait till next week to see what happens on Tuesday after they repeat 4092 on Monday of next week.
     
  10. ssetta

    ssetta Well-Known Member

    Believe it or not, it's still pledge season at WGBH. But on another PBS station here, they aired the Season 34 show where Super Grover got his new cape.
     
  11. Daffyfan4ever

    Daffyfan4ever Well-Known Member

    Yeah. They aired that one on my local station too.
     
  12. maxdrive

    maxdrive Well-Known Member

    they been showing reruns here like the epp with cookie hood
     
  13. alizakaila

    alizakaila Well-Known Member

    bad news-no new episodes come may 16th

    on wliw the schedule is as follows:
    Monday May 16 9:00am

    Telly can't catch a ball; Baby Bear tries to teach him and brings New York Yankees manager Joe Torre to give Telly some advice.
    Tuesday May 17 9:00am

    Zoe and Elmo are playing with Zoe's pet rock, Rocco. They get sidetracked and when they return, they discover that Rocco's missing. They decide to look for clues and ask questions as they search. They ask a chicken, but can't understand her response.

    Wednesday May 18 9:00am

    Telly and Baby Bear take care of Curly Bear for the day and tell her a story about a banana.

    Thursday May 19 9:00am

    Zoe and Elmo see a movie about a kite festival and get excited about flying one themselves. Alan does not have any kites at his store, so Zoe and Elmo make their own. But there is no wind when they are done. Big Bad Wolf makes wind for them.

    Friday May 20 9:00am

    A game about healthy foods has Elmo looking for four foods of different colors; he finds a pepper, milk, lettuce and an eggplant.

    Monday May 23 9:00am

    Elmo and Rosita have a play date but they can't find each other, so they start singing about how sad they are. When they finally reunite, they sing about the number two and how great it is to be together again.
    Tuesday May 24 9:00am

    Big Bird prepares for a visit from his granny; Alan helps him make birdseed cookies; and the Count says how many cookies they can make.


    same on wnet but a day off
     
  14. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Ugh. Why are they doing this? Makes no sense to have us ait so long for the remaining episodes of the season. The best thing would've been to air all of Season 36 once, then do this one day on and one day off repeat business with episodes from the previous two seasons, and then get back to airing the episodes completely through.

    So according to this scenario, they'll have repeated the ten episodes in a span of four weeks twice, and we wouldn't get done with this until June 10. So the next date to watch out for on the schedule would be June 13, and see if they'll finally relinquish the airing of new Season 36 episodes then.
     
  15. alizakaila

    alizakaila Well-Known Member

    no new eps

    what # episodes are the ones they are showing instead of season 36 ones?
     
  16. AndyWan Kenobi

    AndyWan Kenobi Well-Known Member

    Maybe something strange happened in their production schedule, like everyone got the flu or something?

    :confused:

    Other theories?
     
  17. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Few things.

    1 AlizaKayla, don't rully know which numbered episodes are the ones from Season 34 and 35 given my blind batty eyes. However, the ones from Season 34 are numbered 4031 through 4056, and the ones from Season 35 are 4057 through 4082.
    2 The theory doesn't rully fly Andy. As I hear it, all the episodes of Sesame's season, since they're only 26 now, are filmed in November and December during the current season's off-season. They're taped and then aired and hyped in April and onwards.
    3 I can understand their airing older episodes so as not to bog down the viewer's palate with endless repeats of the same season's episodes... But at least give us all the season's new episodes first before doing something like this.
    Oh well, the waiting game goes on.
     
  18. Drtooth

    Drtooth Well-Known Member

    This is undoubtably frustrating. I agree that watering down the new shows with reruns is a good idea, but why the shell can't they just show us all the season first, then put on the reruns. And it doesn't exactly work well, if they rerun reruns 3 times before we get any new episodes. Do they even plan on getting the new episodeson air before next season, or is PBS pulling the same cheapazoid stunt they did with BTL that hastened it's cancellation?

    Sorry if I sound angry, but PBS is sliding down a slope at an alarming rate. The govenrment funding of PBS is limited to pointless Rightwing biased opinion news shows (Right or left, opinion isn't real news, especially the same network that has the hard hitting Frontline series). They have less and less special programming and more and more "Dr. Wayne Dier" and Suizie Orman Infomercials, and a lot of Historically based reality TV shows. And even the British shows are dumbed down. Mystery theater is showing nothing but British ripoffs of CSI now. And they don't even have the Britcoms. They have Keeping up Apperances (howlingly unfunny) and that's it. No Monty Python, no Mr. Bean... nothing.

    ANd the kid's shows are more and more like toy commercials. Sure, PBS kids Go has nice programming for older kids, but on a network that still airs Barney and Telitubbies long after the novelty of both is long gone, and airs 5 Thomas the Tank engine ripoffs (but it took them forever to bring back the real thing) things look grim.

    And the worst thing, is that McDonalds and the rest use this as advertising on a supposedly non-commercial network. They can darn well make a new McDonalds ad, but they can't show episodes they already made? That kid with the giant head on the McD's ad... boy I'd like to smack him...


    :grouchy:
     
  19. Dantecat

    Dantecat Well-Known Member

    Hey Everybody,My Local PBS Station WHYY is airing 4093 on May 24th. What do you think? :excited:
     
  20. Dantecat

    Dantecat Well-Known Member

    So,All of the Local PBS Stations should be airing it too.
     

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