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Sesame Street
Oscar and Grundgetta spy on the Fix-It Shop
Air date March 20, 1990
Season Season 21 (1989-1990)
Written by Luis Santeiro
Production November 16, 1989
Sponsors A, M, 19


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1 Oscar and Grundgetta both want to use some binoculars to observe what's going on over at the Fix-It Shop. They realize they have to do the unthinkable - cooperate. They peer through and see Luis working while taking care of Baby Natasha, who spills his tray of bolts.
Cartoon M for Moon
Artist: Jeff Hale
(First: Episode 1163)
Muppets Ernie sings "D-U-C-K-I-E."
(First: Episode 1957)
Film Fay Ray gets on and under a rug.
(First: Episode 2637)
Cartoon Igor listens as Dr. Frankenstein names body parts in creating another Igor.
Animators: Irra Verbitsky and Don Duga
(First: Episode 1637)
Muppets Simon Soundman sounds out the word "call", and then demonstrates some calls of his own - including a bird call, cow call, pig call, and telephone call.
(First: Episode 2136)
Cartoon Speech Balloon: A for Ape
(First: Episode 0006)
SCENE 2 The Grouches continue watching and become disgusted when Luis launches into a round of "One of These Things." He pretends that Natasha actually plays along and gets the correct answer.
Cartoon An army of ants gets to the bakery, only to find that it's closed.
(First: Episode 2088)
Muppets Bip Bipadotta sings "Opposite Stuff."
(First: Episode 2425)
Cartoon M is for Marvelous Martha
(First: Episode 0013)
Superguy beaters
Animation Teeny Little Super Guy finds his friend Jane giving up on learning to ride the egg beater. He tells her that it takes time and practice to learn things, and gives Jane some training beaters to help her keep her balance.
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(First: Episode 1972)
Cartoon Rap #19
(First: Episode 2560)
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment β€” Grover and Tanya talk about the word "HELP."
(First: Episode 1435)
Cartoon A cat follows its ears to a squeaking noise, which he thinks is coming from mice, but it's coming from swings.
Artist: Irra Verbitsky
(First: Episode 1518)
SCENE 3 The Grouches are repulsed watching Luis and Maria act lovey-dovey with each other, when Sleeping Beauty appears. She tells them that her fairy tale didn't have a happy ending at all - the prince's partying every night has prevented her from getting a wink of sleep since their kiss. She deems their worktable suitable and falls asleep on it; Natasha dozes off as well. Oscar and Grundgetta are pleased to see some disruption.
Cartoon AMOR, amor, amor ... amoramor ... amoramor
(First: Episode 2116)
Muppets / Celebrity Tony Danza and Big Bird play tennis without a ball, and count twenty hits, while Kevin Clash announces.
(First: Episode 2170)
Film A boy visits the hospital to see his mother's new baby.
(First: Episode 1125)
Cartoon Me and My M
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1545)
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: London Fog β€” The fog in London dissipates before Kermit can report on it.
(First: Episode 2360)
Cartoon A dog chases a cat around, through, over, and under a doghouse.
(First: Episode 1020)
SCENE 4 Sleeping Beauty's prince arrives to bring her out of her slumber with a kiss. However, just before he's able to, he realizes how much sleep he needs and hops onto the table for a nap as well (and so does his horse).
Song Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Sleeps."
(First: Episode 0406)
Edit: The shot of a man nodding off and falling out of a chair is replaced with a shot of astronauts on a space shuttle; the audio is also patched up in that area.
Cartoon Spike's Scribble Theatre Presents: "Island"
(First: Episode 2673)
Muppets Here is Your Life
Guy Smiley salutes a still life painting of a bowl of fruit.
(First: Episode 2572)
Cartoon An ape escapes from the A train and heads over to a birthday party.
(First: Episode 0293)
Chicken Soup Needs a Spoon
Muppets Waiter Grover: Grover serves Mr. Johnson a bowl of chicken soup. Johnson says that he can't eat the soup, and Grover can't guess why. "That settles it," Johnson sighs. "From now on, I'm bringing my lunch to work in a paper sack." He finally explains to Grover that he can't eat the soup because he doesn't have a spoon.
(First: Episode 0358)
Cartoon "Animal Elevator": 10-1 (subtraction)
(First: Episode 2523)

SCENE 5 Grundgetta notes that Sleeping Beauty, the prince and horse have all returned to their castle, as the Grouches continue their observations. Over at the shop, Luis brings Maria their lunch - salad and milk. Suddenly, two cows (Bessie and Beula) appear bearing signs reading, "No More Milk." They are on strike and refuse to produce any more milk until their farmer gives them grass to eat. The farmer appears and informs them that since there hasn't been much rain on the farm, the grass can't grow properly. The cows note the only green things around are Maria and Luis' salads, which they then eat.
Cartoon Sign Sounds: A man rearranges a LIMK sign to make the word "MILK".
(First: Episode 1116)
Muppets Ernie & Bert β€” Ernie wears socks on his ears and on his nose in order for Bert to guess which body part he's thinking of.
(First: Episode 1640)
Cartoon The Typewriter: A for airplane
(First: Episode 0770)
Film Children dance to different rhythms from around the world.
(First: Episode 2499)
Cartoon The Carrot
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(First: Episode 1132)
SCENE 6 Maria, Luis and Gabi head home, while Oscar and Grundgetta observe it's about to rain - a perfect ending to a Grouchy day. However, they become distraught when they see how much joy the rain is bringing to the farmer and his cows, who celebrate. Maria announces the sponsors.


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