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'''''Sesame Street''''' is a children’s television series that started on November 10, 1969 on National Educational Television (NET) before moving to PBS in 1970. The series is one of the most well-known and longest running children’s television series of all time. Since its inception in 1969, the show has earned 159 Emmy Awards and 8 Grammy Awards, and an estimated 77 million Americans watched the series as children as of 2008.
  
Sesame Street is a children’s television series that started in 1969. This series is one of the most well-known and longest running children’s television series of all time. Since its inception in 1969, the show has earned 159 Emmy Awards and 8 Grammy Awards, and an estimated 77 million Americans watched the series as children as of 2008.<ref>[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sesame_Street Wikipedia article.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
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Despite its massive multi-decade running time, it’s become an interest of avid fans of the series to document the series in its entirety, including descriptions for shorts in episodes ranging from the first season to the present.
  
Despite its massive multi-decade running time, it’s become an interest of avid fans of the series to document the series in its entirety, including descriptions for shorts in episodes ranging from the first season to the present.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Muppet_Wiki MuppetWiki, with its massive size of over 30,000 pages, is one of the best places to research Sesame Street episodes, skits, and related content.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
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While episode listings adapted from Children’s Television Workshop archives are complete in writing, many of the segments included in the listings are not available for audiences on any home video releases or digital releases. A complete listing of these is not available, largely due to the vast number of episodes of the series produced, but many of the popular segments that have been lost and found since the genesis of the Internet have been listed below.
  
While episode listings adapted from Children’s Television Workshop archives are complete in writing, many of the segments included in the listings are not available for audiences on any home video releases or digital releases. A complete listing of these is not available, largely due to the vast number of episodes of the series produced, but many of the popular segments that have been lost and found since the genesis of the Internet have been listed below. (The following list of segments has been adapted from the “Article Requests” section of the Lost Media Wiki website. I’ve also included sections and links to the pages of shorts that have received separate articles to maintain completeness in covering Sesame Street’s massive scope and without disrupting existing coverage.)
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Aside from segments that are unavailable to the general populace, at least [[wikia:w:c:muppet:Lost episodes of Sesame Street|sixty episodes are missing from Sesame Workshop's archive]].
  
==Lefty the Salesman Skits - Partially Found==
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==Assorted Lost Skits==
Lefty the Salesman is an early Muppet salesman performed by Frank Oz from the first six seasons. He was usually seen trying to sell things to Ernie such as a letter O, a snowman, or an invisible ice cream cone. He had his own "sneaky" music theme at the beginning of most of his sketches and when he approaches Ernie, he signals him by whispering "Hey, bud! C'mere." Ernie exclaims, "Who, me?" and the Salesman quickly tries to shush him. Ernie whispers, "Who, me?" Lefty then answers with an elongated "Riiiiiight," and then begins to pitch his sale to Ernie: "How would ya like to buy...". Lefty was not always successful in pitching his sales, but was best known to be a criminal on the street, as seen in some Gangster sketches where he had to carry out assignments given by his boss.
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The following assorted clips, originally included in the Article Requests listing, have not resurfaced in English online:
  
Most of Lefty's known sketches, including the Gangsters sketches, have surfaced on YouTube in English, though some of surfaced in a different language only. The ME Sign sketch is the only sketch missing. These clips can be viewed below.
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'''“Come Join Us!” Song:''' “Come Join Us” is a Muppet segment written by Cheryl Hardwick in 1980. The surviving still from the skit depicts a Muppet rock band performing the song.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Come_Join_Us MuppetWiki entry on “Come Join Us!”] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>The segment can be watched on YouTube in its Castilian Spanish dub.<ref>[https://youtu.be/T_L_V8UoPFM YouTube Castilian Spanish dub of "Come Join Us" Song] Retrieved 01 Feb ’17.</ref>
  
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'''Dr. Nobel Price (Slushabouts skit):'''
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Dr. Nobel Price is a Muppet inventor. He was best known for “inventing” objects that already existed with other names. One example of this is the “Slushabouts,” another name for galoshes.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Sesame_Street_News_Flash#slushabouts MuppetWiki excerpt about the Slushabouts skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDQor3rse8M&t=5s|320x240|center|Empty Box}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9GNfRBn4-5c&t=2s|320x240|center|Air}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-yj1IGkH6AY&t=12s|320x240|center|U/V}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bRWGEgc84FU|320x240|center|P and R}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lHVjN3GicYs|320x240|center|STOP sign}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZrvjcMwxUUA|320x240|center|Picture of Four Elephants}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1JbJfBruim0|320x240|center|Scale}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ml6Yqu-spnM|320x240|center|"Would You Like to Buy an O?"}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=erD3WgILokA|320x240|center|Invisible Ice Cream Cone}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gu30G_rwiEU|320x240|center|Snowman (German)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o3R8-1T3RwI&t=80s|320x240|center|Paper Bag (Hebrew)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ml6Yqu-spnM|320x240|center|Book (Arabic)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSGv3ZasvgI|320x240|center|Alphabet (clip only, no audio)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jn9slI1XqTk|320x240|center|Lefty recites the Alphabet}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8tnd0bsvNI|320x240|center|Carrot Delivery}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NbwCbrSkyyw|320x240|center|The Golden AN (Take 1)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ZbDL3zvygI|320x240|center|The Golden AN (Take 2)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-GGylIHobgY&t=6s|320x240|center|U/V (Alternate take, German)}}
 
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==Leslie Mostly Skits - Partially Found==
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'''Miami Mice (The Space Center skit):'''
Leslie Mostly is a short-lived Muppet from the twelfth season. She was the host of “The Leslie Mostly Show,” a talk show host spoof series. Her segments are interviews with other Muppet characters, including The Amazing Mumford, Grover, Count von Count, Cookie Monster, and the word “CASA.
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Miami Mice was a short-run “Miami Vice” spoof starring Tito and J.P., two mouse detectives. The Space Center skit in which the mice help Count von Count get to the space center so he can do the countdown is a lost skit from this series.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Miami_Mice MuppetWiki entry on Miami Mice.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> The German dub of the clip can be seen on YouTube.<ref>[https://youtu.be/Nj2Q-ReLI7k YouTube German dub of the Miami Mice "Space Center" skit] Retrieved 01 Feb ’17.</ref> On February 21st, 2019, LittleJerryFan92 had posted the English clip separately from a Sesame Street compilation.<ref>[https://youtu.be/OIitrxXVF_s YouTube English version of the Miami Mice "Space Center" skit] Retrieved 11 Nov ’19.</ref>
  
Of the segments listed above, all of them have been uploaded to YouTube in English, with the exception of the Cookie Monster skit being found in Castilian Spanish. The uploaded clips can be viewed below.
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'''Sherlock Hemlock Twiddlebug Mystery:'''
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Sherlock Hemlock is a Muppet parody of Sherlock Holmes. One of his mysteries includes The Twiddlebug Mystery that first aired in season 2<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_0256 MuppetWiki entry on Episode 0256, the first known appearance of the Twiddlebug Mystery skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>. The clip is available to view in a German dub on YouTube<ref>[https://youtu.be/8k2LBcQCwhU YouTube German dub of Sherlock Hemlock’s Twiddlebug Mystery] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>, but no English version has been uploaded online, despite a Sesame Street book of the same name is loosely based on this skit.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Sherlock_Hemlock_and_the_Great_Twiddlebug_Mystery MuppetWiki entry on the Sherlock Hemlock Twiddlebug Mystery book.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> On September 8, 2019, Muppet Wiki eventually uploaded [https://www.facebook.com/muppetwiki/videos/521364378616081/ the English version of the skit on FaceBook] via a trusted source.
  
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'''David Looking For Maria Skit:'''
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An early skit about miscommunication features David and Maria looking for each other in the park. The skit has appeared in a couple of episodes, but its first televised appearance is in Episode 677<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_0677 MuppetWiki entry on Episode 677, the first episode to show the David and Maria miscommunication skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>.
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zMKdL4GWh4|320x240|center|The Amazing Mumford Interview.}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aaR0F_1Y1qM|320x240|center|Count von Count Interview.}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZBFBnh7lD4|320x240|center|Grover Interview.}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gLUYO1PdVFM|320x240|center|CASA Interview.}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKSXhU4xTyY|320x240|center|Cookie Monster Interview. (Castilian Spanish)}}
 
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==Deena and Pearl Skits - Partially Found==
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[[File:Cookie Kermit through tissue paper.jpg|thumb|right|Screenshot of the Cookie Monster and Kermit "Through" skit, uploaded by Scarecroe via Muppet Wiki.]]
Deena and Pearl are a Muppet duo from the twelfth season. They were seen in a total of four sketches on the show before disappearing. Their discontinuance is largely attributed to the similarity of their segments to those of Ernie and Bert.
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'''Cookie and Kermit Demonstrate Through:'''
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Cookie and Kermit’s demonstration of through, also known as “Through,” is exactly like what the title sounds like.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Cookie_Monster_and_Kermit MuppetWiki entry on the “Through” Cookie Monster and Kermit skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> The clip is notorious for concluding with Cookie Monster smashing a frame of tissue paper over Kermit’s head and shouting, “Through!”<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_0334 MuppetWiki entry on Episode 0334, the first episode appearance of the “Through” skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
  
The four sketches include Baby Deena, Toy Box, Underwater, and Pearl is Sick.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Deena_and_Pearl_Sketches MuppetWiki entry on Deena and Pearl.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> Of these, Baby Deena is the only sketch uploaded on YouTube in English (as “Play House”). Toy Box has been uploaded in Dutch. The other two haven’t resurfaced in any language yet.
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'''Big Jeffy Environmental Song Skit:'''
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Big Jeffy is a Muppet musician who appeared in many Muppet bands, including Little Jerry and the Monotones and Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Big_Jeffy MuppetWiki entry on Big Jeffy.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> Not much is known about the skit about the environment, including the musical performance of Big Jeffy.
  
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'''“We Equal Three” Song:'''
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“We Equal Three” is a song sung by three Muppet children in a winter scene. Not much is known about this skit, and no information is available online about it.
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AckH3gIyeg|320x240|center|Baby Deena, also known as Play House.}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t336N62sF7Q|320x240|center|Toy Box (Dutch dub).}}
 
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==Professor Hastings Skits - Partially Found==
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'''The Two-Headed Monster sounds out the word “BED“:'''
Professor Hastings is an early Muppet professor performed by Frank Oz from the first three seasons. His character was best known for boring himself to sleep with his own lectures.
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The only known lost Two-Headed Monster segment. The only known episode to include this segment is an unidentified episode "Ask Oscar about discussions." It has not resurfaced online until MarshalGrover finally uploaded it on YouTube recently today.<ref>[https://youtu.be/nYyZN6JBp50 The Two-Headed Monster sounds out the word “BED“] Retrieved 26 Jul ’17.</ref>
  
Of the eleven known skits to include him, only one (What’s My Part?) has resurfaced in complete English, Emotions has resurfaced in a partial-English dub (with only a few actual English audio pieces taken from another source, while a user who posted the clip has dubbed over the German voices in English himself), Spinning Wheel has surfaced in English but as incomplete (with the video starting halfway through the song), five dubbed segments (including only two that have one piece of English audio included) and one album track have resurfaced. The three segments that have not resurfaced in any form yet include Letter Y, Number 2, and the TV version of U Lecture (with Kermit the Frog instead of Ernie).
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'''Grover and Little Bird at the zoo:''' The only known lost Little Bird segment. In it, Grover visits the zoo to talk about birds. When he visits the birdcage, he swaps places with Little Bird, and two Anything Muppets come and admire him. It's unknown which episodes have this segment. The clip was once posted on YouTube in German (with some crappy German text overlaid on the screen, and it's part of the actual foreign airing itself) circa 2009 but got removed in 2014. The German dub came back on YouTube in September 2017. <ref>[https://youtu.be/V4ZP7WLQb64 YouTube German dub of Grover and Little Bird at the zoo.] Retrieved 18 Sept '17.</ref>
  
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==Assorted Existence Unconfirmed Skits==
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Due to the vague nature of some of the descriptions provided by interested users or lack of available documentation online, many of the requested segments from this series have remained unidentified, been marked “Existence Unconfirmed,and are listed below.
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Uxx0ux7L5gs|320x240|center|Emotions (Partial English dub)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OrPGgTXz0SU|320x240|center|Pogo Stick (Arabic dub, with one English audio piece at the beginning)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vMdWGYg6uUM|320x240|center|Dump Truck (Arabic dub, with one English audio piece at the end)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HIZTFB4YR-U|320x240|center|Exercise (Portuguese dub)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0x5bRRdcJFE|320x240|center|Body Parts (German dub)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H7xI0dMYjwQ|320x240|center|Big and Little (German dub)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HmSv53npfb4|320x240|center|Spinning Wheel (incomplete, English)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=icEYMGkY0O8|320x240|center|Letter U (Ernie's version, audio from soundtrack, English)}}
 
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==Gymnast Segments - Partially Found==
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* Three Monsters Demonstrate Big, Bigger, Biggest
The Gymnast segments are a series of shorts including a gymnast demonstrating various directions with a dark black background. Two of the six shorts following this gymnast have resurfaced on YouTube; the four that haven’t are Beginning/End, Close To/Away From, Over/Under, and Slow.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Gymnast MuppetWiki entry on the Gymnast segments.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
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** [https://youtu.be/Rt8YfYLcl1Y| (Found in Arabic)]
  
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* A Muppet coach teaches her baseball team to play string quartet{{cite}}
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yqG3v_hACYQ|320x240|center|Gymnast “Around” segment.}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B8Zhh52pUfs|320x240|center|Gymnast “Between” segment.}}
 
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==Assorted Audio-Only Skits==
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* Two Muppet kids on a ship
The following assorted clips, originally included in the Article Requests listing, have resurfaced in English audio only online and are included to view below:
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** [https://youtu.be/yjLHLjFwwyQ| (Found in Dutch)]
  
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* Starship Surprise (not to be confused with Spaceship Surprise<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Spaceship_Surprise MuppetWiki entry on Spaceship Surprise.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>)
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FXWuRJKMoRM|320x240|center|“I’m Square” (sung by Ernie to Bert)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9TR7tECkPg|320x240|center|“The Sound of the Letter A” (sung by Big Bird)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ipLuIUFm52E|320x240|center|“Handful of Crumbs” (sung by Cookie Monster)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zO64VvZBRTg&t=5s|320x240|center|Ernie Dusts the Shelf}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wu4eD-f96RQ|320x240|center|Ernie Presents the Letter Q}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MrLhsqcCTE4|320x240|center|The Story of Ira and Inez}}
 
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==Assorted Partial-English Skits==
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* Muppet R Tag (1969)
The following assorted clips, originally included in the Article Requests listing, have resurfaced in only partial English and partially dubbed online:
 
  
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* Muppets and monsters count to ten (1969)
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** [https://youtu.be/FLkrfRLbyxw| Found in Norwegian]
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lXoSvmPfRuE&t=84s|320x240|center|“We Coulda” (sung by Biff to Sully, partially dubbed in Dutch)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EoCiqhB3lyY|320x240|center|Ernie's Barber Shop (3-part sketch, with the other two parts dubbed in German)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=guq8-nMcvBk|320x240|center|Banana in Ernie's Ear (3-part sketch, with the last part dubbed in Dutch)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qaMSkQ8arRM|320x240|center|"Do the Wash" (Partially dubbed in Dutch)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CPR5wWWQsjU|320x240|center|Through the Hoop (Partially dubbed in German)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5BEqgUCwoQ8&t=112s|320x240|center|Kermit and Grover Count to 5 (Mostly dubbed in Portuguese)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vZk7qlg72E|320x240|center|News Flash: Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves (Partially dubbed in Dutch)}}
 
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==Assorted Found Skits==
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* Muppets and Monsters (plus Bert and Oscar) demonstrate "none," "some," and "all" (1969)
The following assorted clips, originally included in the Article Requests listing, have resurfaced in full in English and are included to view below:
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** [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u35flDuEsek&feature=gp-n-y| Found from an international airing, but dubbed in English by the uploader who found the clip]
  
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* Cookie Monster and Beautiful Day Monster teach Fred's Son the difference between "Here" and "There" (1969)
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** [https://youtu.be/s_wLhS_HCck| Found from an international airing, but dubbed in English by the uploader who found the clip]
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mMQDQY0wG70|320x240|center|Guy Smiley “What is it?” with Grover, Biff, and Prairie Dawn}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wITuoEtbvac|320x240|center|“When the Countess Counts for You”}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BGqGUh2OMVA|320x240|center|Scuba Diver (finds five shells underwater, counts them on the shore, and is surprised by a crab)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4ly77iL00w|320x240|center|Danger}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bUqE-v30Ldo|320x240|center|Ernie and the Letter R}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dT9-Q7IJqbc|320x240|center|Muppets cooperate to make lemonade}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6O50FyJSH7U|320x240|center|Rubber Duckie (1969 Original version, with beginning cut)}}
 
| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7yZ9o3k9xw|320x240|center|Yellow Submarine (with beginning cut)}}
 
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| {{#ev:youtube|https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z890uPfp-ic|320x240|center|Muppets Cheer for the Letter K (Three different versions are known to exist, but the CTW documents labed them as #1, #2, and #4, suggesting at least one more additional "K Cheer" sketch.)}}
 
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==Assorted Lost Skits==
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* Ernie makes a friend (1969){{cite}}
The following assorted clips, originally included in the Article Requests listing, have not resurfaced in English online:
 
  
'''“ Windy” Song:''' "Windy" is a pop song, originally a #1 hit for the Association in 1967. A version of the song was sung by Tony and Beautiful Day Monster in the first season of Sesame Street. Tony sings about his girlfriend, Windy, who can fly across the sky. The monster injures herself at the end of the song, which ends with a huge crash. Longtime sound engineer Dick Maitland recalls this song as his first experience on the show. The segment in German was once uploaded to YouTube by a German user back in 2006, but due to that German user's YouTube channel being terminated, the segment has been removed and has not resurfaced.
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* G is for Grover (1969)
  
'''“ Come Join Us!” Song:''' “Come Join Us” is a Muppet segment written by Cheryl Hardwick in 1980. The surviving still from the skit depicts a Muppet rock band performing the song.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Come_Join_Us MuppetWiki entry on “Come Join Us!”] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>Not much else is known about this segment, but the segment in Castilian Spanish that allegedly was uploaded to YouTube has since been removed.
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* Anything Muppets sing "Up, Up and Away."
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** [https://youtu.be/JB45eqh4ox8 (Found in Hebrew)]
  
'''Dr. Nobel Price (Slushabouts skit):'''
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* Kermit shows "Between" by placing three objects on a table and then ducks underneath it when BDM comes along and devours the table to bits
Dr Nobel Price is a Muppet inventor. He was best known for “inventing” objects that already existed with other names. One example of this is the “Slushabouts,” another name for galoshes.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Sesame_Street_News_Flash#slushabouts MuppetWiki excerpt about the Slushabouts skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
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** [https://youtu.be/KSou7jRCqiA (Found in German)]
  
'''Miami Mice (The Space Center skit):'''
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* "People in Your Neighborhood": Dentist and Bus Driver (1969)
Miami Mice was a short-run “Miami Vice” spoof starring Tito and J.P., two mouse detectives. The Space Center skit in which the mice help Count von Count get to the space center so he can do the countdown, is a lost skit from this series.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Miami_Mice MuppetWiki entry on Miami Mice.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
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** [https://youtu.be/Hr0pWWVRTH4 Clip at 0:44-0:12]
  
'''Sherlock Hemlock Twiddlebug Mystery:'''
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* Two Monsters sing "Up and Down" (1969; not to be confused with the Season 2 version that featured Cookie Monster and Herry<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Up_and_Down MuppetWiki entry on Up and Down from Season 1.] Retrieved 1 Feb ’17.</ref>)
Sherlock Hemlock is a Muppet parody of Sherlock Holmes. One of his mysteries includes The Twiddlebug Mystery that first aired in season 2<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_0256 MuppetWiki entry on Episode 0256, the first known appearance of the Twiddlebug Mystery skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>. The clip is available to view in a German dub on YouTube<ref>[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8k2LBcQCwhU YouTube German dub of Sherlock Hemlock’s Twiddlebug Mystery] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> but no English version has been uploaded online. However, a Sesame Street book release of the same name tells the story of this mystery<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Sherlock_Hemlock_and_the_Great_Twiddlebug_Mystery MuppetWiki entry on the Sherlock Hemlock Twiddlebug Mystery book.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
 
  
'''David Looking For Maria Skit:'''
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* A B Song is sung by the barbershop quartet
An early skit about miscommunication features David and Maria looking for each other in the park. The skit has appeared in a couple of episodes, but its first televised appearance is in Episode 0677<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_0677 MuppetWiki entry on Episode 0677, the first episode to show the David and Maria miscommunication skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>.
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** [https://youtu.be/NnfRlNOU8jk Found in Spanish]
  
'''Cookie and Kermit Demonstrate Through:'''
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* A monster barbershop quartet singing about the number 4{{cite}}
Cookie and Kermit’s demonstration of through, also known as “Through,” is exactly like what the title sounds like.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Cookie_Monster_and_Kermit MuppetWiki entry on the “Through” Cookie Monster and Kermit skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> The clip is notorious for concluding with Cookie Monster smashing a picture frame over Kermit’s head and shouting “Through!”<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Episode_0334 MuppetWiki entry on Episode 0334, the first episode appearance of the “Through” skit.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>
 
  
'''Big Jeffy Environmental Song Skit:'''
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* Post office song - a hip song about the post office and mail delivery featuring the line '...to the post office where it will stay, for just one day...' (live-action)
Big Jeffy is a Muppet musician who appeared in many Muppet bands, including Little Jerry and the Monotones and Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats.<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Big_Jeffy MuppetWiki entry on Big Jeffy.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref> Not much is known about the skit about the environment including the musical performance of Big Jeffy.
 
  
'''“ Away"We Equal Three” Song:'''
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* Figure skater - a clip featuring a figure skater skating to the tune of "Don't You Know You're Beautiful?" (live-action)
“We Equal Three” is a song sung by three Muppet children in a winter scene. Not much is known about this skit, and no information is available online about it.
 
  
==Assorted Existence Unconfirmed Skits==
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* Horses pulling heavy loads - Horses participate in a contest where they keep trying to pull heavier and heavier loads until they can't do it anymore. (live-action)
Due to the vague nature of some of the descriptions provided by interested users or lack of available documentation online, many of the requested segments from this series have remained unidentified, been marked “Existence Unconfirmed,” and are listed below. If anyone knows more about these segments, feel free to comment below or write a new section for them.
 
  
* Three Monsters Demonstrate Big, Bigger, Biggest
 
* A Muppet coach teaches her baseball team to play string quartet
 
* A little girl teaches a monster marching band do play in a parade
 
* Two Muppet kids on a ship
 
* Starship Surprise (not to be confused with Spaceship Surprise<ref>[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Spaceship_Surprise MuppetWiki entry on Spaceship Surprise.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16.</ref>)
 
* Muppets and monsters count to ten (1969)
 
* Muppets cooperate to build a clubhouse
 
* "Surprise" (English version with Susan and Oscar's cutaway)
 
* Ernie meets a Pumpkin Seed Candy Salesman
 
* Grover and Little Bird at the Zoo
 
* Ernie makes a friend (1969)
 
* G is for Grover (1969)
 
* Anything Muppets sing "Up, UpAway."
 
* Kermit shows "Between" by placing three objects on a table and then ducks underneath it when BDM comes along and devours the table to bits
 
* "People in Your Neighbourhood": Dentist and Bus Driver (1969)
 
* AB Song is sung by the barbershop quartet
 
* A monster barbershop quartet singing about the number 4
 
* Post office song - a hip song about the post office and mail delivery featuring the line '...to the post office where it will stay, for just one day...' (live-action)
 
* Figure skater - a clip featuring a figure skater skating to the tune of "Don't You Know You're Beautiful?" (live-action)
 
* Horses pulling heavy loads - Horses participate in a contest where they keep trying to pull heavier and heavier loads until they can't do it anymore. (live-action)
 
 
* Circles on film - a circle 'wraps itself' around several live-action objects, an 'OK' sign being one of them. (live-action)
 
* Circles on film - a circle 'wraps itself' around several live-action objects, an 'OK' sign being one of them. (live-action)
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* Riding on the Train - a song about train rides, with one of the lines going '...the A Train, B Train, Double C, takes you where to want to be...' (live-action)
 
* Riding on the Train - a song about train rides, with one of the lines going '...the A Train, B Train, Double C, takes you where to want to be...' (live-action)
* [[Cracks aka 'Crack Master' (found Sesame Street short; 1975)]] Spanish Version
 
  
==“Rare Sesame Street Muppet Clips” Original Listing==
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==Other Noteworthy Sesame Street Media==
This is a replication of the original Article Requests section for clips from this series. I request that this section of the article remains unedited for the sake of completeness:
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The following is a brief list of Sesame Street clips for which there are separate articles on this wiki:
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===='''Episodes'''====
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*[[Sesame Street (partially found test pilots of children’s educational television series; 1969)]]
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*[[Sesame Street "Episode 847" (partially found "Wicked Witch of the West" episode of children’s educational TV series; 1976)]]
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*[[Sesame Street "Snuffy's Parents Get a Divorce" (partially found episode of children's puppetry TV series; 1992)]]
  
This is a section devoted to rare clips from ''Sesame Street'', added for no reason whatsoever.
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===='''Sketches'''====
*"Come Join Us!" (a Muppet band teaches the viewers to "Join Us!" It can be seen on YouTube, but dubbed in Castilian Spanish only.)
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*[[Cracks aka "Crack Master" (found animated Sesame Street short; 1975)]]
*All sketches of "Leslie Mostly" (rare sketches featuring host Leslie Mostly who interviewed a Sesame Street character in his/her home. Guests included Kermit, Guy Smiley, Cookie Monster, Grover, The Count, and Mumford.)
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*[[The Count Orders a Hot Dog (found Sesame Street sketch; 1973)]]
*All Deena and Pearl sketches [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1AckH3gIyeg Here's one! -R]
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*[[Handful of Crumbs (found Sesame Street short; 1982)]]
*All Professor Hastings sketches
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*[[Kermit's "Between" Lecture (partially lost Sesame Street sketch; 1970)]]
*Three monsters demonstrate big, bigger, and biggest
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*[["Windy" (partially lost Sesame Street segment; 1970)]]
*Sherlock Hemlock's Twiddle-Bug Mystery
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*[[Batman: Clean and Dirty (partially found "Sesame Street" animated segment; 1970)]]
*A Muppet coach teaches her baseball team to play string quartet (rare; last seen in Castilian Spanish on ''Barrio Sesamo'')
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*[[Ernie and the Pumpkin Seed Candy Salesman (found Sesame Street sketch; 1971)]]
*News Flash: Dr Nobel Price's Slush-a-Boots (Galoshes)
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*Luxo, Jr. Shorts (mentioned in [[Pixar's Made in Point Richmond DVD Rarities (found various Pixar footage; 1986-2000)]])
*A little girl teaches a monster marching band do play in a parade.
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*[["Surprise!" (partially lost Sesame Street segment; 1970)]]
*A Guy Smiley game show with Grover, Biff, and Prairie Dawn.
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*[[Sesame Street "Granny Fanny Nesselrode" (partially lost children's educational TV series; 1970-1972)]]
*"We Coulda" (sung by Biff to Sully)
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*[[Sesame Street "Professor Hastings" (partially lost children's educational TV series; 1969-1971)]]
*"I'm Square" (sung by Bert with Ernie)
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*[[Sesame Street "Leslie Mostly" (partially lost children's educational TV series; 1980-1981)]]
*"The Sound of the Letter A" (sung by Big Bird)
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*[[Sesame Street "Deena and Pearl" (partially lost children's educational TV series; 1980-1981)]]
*A Miami Mice episode with the Count
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*[[Sesame Street "Gymnast Segments" (partially lost children's educational TV series; 1973)]]
*Starship Surprise (not to be confused with Spaceship Surprise)
 
*Two Muppet kids on a ship
 
*Muppets cooperate to make lemonade
 
*Muppets cooperate to build a clubhouse
 
*Muppets and Monsters count to 10 (1969)
 
*Muppets and Monsters (plus Bert and Oscar) demonstrate none, some, and all (1969)
 
*"Surprise" (English version with Susan and Oscar's cutaway)
 
*"The Countess Counts" (sung by the Countess with Muppet patrons)
 
*A B song sung by the barbershop quartet
 
*A monster barbershop quartet singing about the number 4
 
*"The Garden"-style environmental song with Big Jeffy and two female backup singers with cameos from Grover and Cookie
 
*"We Equal Three" (sung by three Muppet kids in a winter scenario)
 
*The Spanish version of the "Small V" cartoon ("Ve menuscula.  Ve-ve-ve-VA-VA-VA-VOOOOOM!")
 
*1. Gymnast - a gymnast (blonde hair, black leotard) was featured in six different clips. One of them - 'between' - has been posted. The other five, yet to be posted, are 'around,' 'beginning/end,' 'close to/away from,' 'over/under,' and 'slow.'
 
*2. 'Beginning/end' - five stop-motion clips featuring 'beginning' and 'end.' They are a barber giving a customer a haircut, a man eating a hot dog, a man painting a picture, a woman making a sandwich, and kids waiting in line.
 
*3. Scuba diver - a clip featuring a scuba diver who finds five shells underwater, counts them on the shore and is surprised by a crab.
 
*4. Post office song - a hip song about the post office and mail delivery featuring the line '...to the post office where it will stay, for just one day...'
 
*5. Danger - a man walks down the street while reading a newspaper and barely avoids running into dangerous things. He then gets nailed by something (revolving door?) in the end.
 
*6. Figure skater - a clip featuring a figure skater skating to the tune of "Don't You Know You're Beautiful?"
 
*7. Horses pulling heavy loads - Horses participate in a contest where they keep trying to pull heavier and heavier loads until they can't do it anymore.
 
*8. David and Maria - David and Maria are supposed to meet each other in a park but have trouble finding each other due to miscommunication. The words demonstrated are 'above' and 'below' and the music score is electronic-like.
 
*9. Circles on film - a circle 'wraps itself' around several live-action objects, an 'OK' sign being one of them.
 
*10. Riding on the Train - a song about train rides, with one of the lines going '...the A Train, B Train, Double C, takes you where to want to be...'
 
*11. Batman and Robin catch Penguin and his gang with dirty windows and demonstrate 'clean' and 'dirty' while doing so.
 
*12. Kermit tries to demonstrate the word 'through' by having Cookie Monster run through a frame lined with tissue paper. Everything then backfires as Cookie Monster stops short of the frame, wonders what to do, and when Kermit tells Cookie thus, Cookie decides to demonstrate 'through' in another way - by smashing the frame over Kermit's head, saying 'This is THROUGH!'
 
*Of the above, the first ten are live-action, the eleventh one is animated, and the last is obviously a Muppet clip.
 
*[[Cracks aka 'Crack Master' (found Sesame Street short; 1975)|Crack Master]] (Spanish Version)
 
  
==Other Noteworthy Sesame Street Clips==
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===='''Specials'''====
The following is a brief list of Sesame Street clips for which there are separate articles on this wiki:
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*[[Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration (found deleted scenes of TV special; 1994)]]
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*[[Out to Lunch (lost Sesame Street/Electric Company crossover special; 1974)]]
Episodes:
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*[[The Sesame Street Experiment (partially lost documentary based on children's educational TV series; 1989)]]
*[[Sesame Street: Episode 847 (Lost "Wicked Witch of the West" Episode; 1976)]]
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*[[Sesame Street At Night? (lost Sesame Street television special; 1977)]]
*[[Sesame Street "Snuffy's Parents Get a Divorce" (lost episode; 1992)]]
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*[[The Grover Monster - Jean Marsh Cartoon Special (lost TV special; 1975)]]
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Sketches:
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==External Links==
*[[Cracks aka 'Crack Master' (found Sesame Street short; 1975)]]
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*[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sesame_Street Wikipedia article on ''Sesame Street''.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16
*[[The Count Orders a Hot Dog (Rare 1972 Sesame Street Sketch)]]
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*[http://muppet.wikia.com/wiki/Muppet_Wiki The main page to the Muppet Wiki.] Retrieved 16 Sept ’16
*[[Handful of Crumbs (Lost Sesame Street short; 1982)]]
 
*[[Batman: Clean and Dirty (Lost Sesame Street Segment; 1970)]]
 
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Specials:
 
*[[Sesame Street Jam: A Musical Celebration]]
 
*[[Out to Lunch (Lost Sesame Street/Electric Company Crossover Special; 1974)]]
 
*[[The Sesame Street Experiment (incomplete/partially found 1989 documentary)]]
 
*[[Sesame Street At Night? (Lost Sesame Street Special; 1977)]]
 
*[[The Grover Monster - Jean Marsh Cartoon Special (Lost TV Special; 1975)]]
 
  
 
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Cast photo from Sesame Street's first season.

Status: Partially Lost

Sesame Street is a children’s television series that started on November 10, 1969 on National Educational Television (NET) before moving to PBS in 1970. The series is one of the most well-known and longest running children’s television series of all time. Since its inception in 1969, the show has earned 159 Emmy Awards and 8 Grammy Awards, and an estimated 77 million Americans watched the series as children as of 2008.

Despite its massive multi-decade running time, it’s become an interest of avid fans of the series to document the series in its entirety, including descriptions for shorts in episodes ranging from the first season to the present.

While episode listings adapted from Children’s Television Workshop archives are complete in writing, many of the segments included in the listings are not available for audiences on any home video releases or digital releases. A complete listing of these is not available, largely due to the vast number of episodes of the series produced, but many of the popular segments that have been lost and found since the genesis of the Internet have been listed below.

Aside from segments that are unavailable to the general populace, at least sixty episodes are missing from Sesame Workshop's archive.

Assorted Lost Skits[ ]

The following assorted clips, originally included in the Article Requests listing, have not resurfaced in English online:

“Come Join Us!” Song: “Come Join Us” is a Muppet segment written by Cheryl Hardwick in 1980. The surviving still from the skit depicts a Muppet rock band performing the song.[1]The segment can be watched on YouTube in its Castilian Spanish dub.[2]

Dr. Nobel Price (Slushabouts skit): Dr. Nobel Price is a Muppet inventor. He was best known for “inventing” objects that already existed with other names. One example of this is the “Slushabouts,” another name for galoshes.[3]

Miami Mice (The Space Center skit): Miami Mice was a short-run “Miami Vice” spoof starring Tito and J.P., two mouse detectives. The Space Center skit in which the mice help Count von Count get to the space center so he can do the countdown is a lost skit from this series.[4] The German dub of the clip can be seen on YouTube.[5] On February 21st, 2019, LittleJerryFan92 had posted the English clip separately from a Sesame Street compilation.[6]

Sherlock Hemlock Twiddlebug Mystery: Sherlock Hemlock is a Muppet parody of Sherlock Holmes. One of his mysteries includes The Twiddlebug Mystery that first aired in season 2[7]. The clip is available to view in a German dub on YouTube[8], but no English version has been uploaded online, despite a Sesame Street book of the same name is loosely based on this skit.[9] On September 8, 2019, Muppet Wiki eventually uploaded the English version of the skit on FaceBook via a trusted source.

David Looking For Maria Skit: An early skit about miscommunication features David and Maria looking for each other in the park. The skit has appeared in a couple of episodes, but its first televised appearance is in Episode 677[10].

Screenshot of the Cookie Monster and Kermit "Through" skit, uploaded by Scarecroe via Muppet Wiki.

Cookie and Kermit Demonstrate Through: Cookie and Kermit’s demonstration of through, also known as “Through,” is exactly like what the title sounds like.[11] The clip is notorious for concluding with Cookie Monster smashing a frame of tissue paper over Kermit’s head and shouting, “Through!”[12]

Big Jeffy Environmental Song Skit: Big Jeffy is a Muppet musician who appeared in many Muppet bands, including Little Jerry and the Monotones and Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats.[13] Not much is known about the skit about the environment, including the musical performance of Big Jeffy.

“We Equal Three” Song: “We Equal Three” is a song sung by three Muppet children in a winter scene. Not much is known about this skit, and no information is available online about it.

The Two-Headed Monster sounds out the word “BED“: The only known lost Two-Headed Monster segment. The only known episode to include this segment is an unidentified episode "Ask Oscar about discussions." It has not resurfaced online until MarshalGrover finally uploaded it on YouTube recently today.[14]

Grover and Little Bird at the zoo: The only known lost Little Bird segment. In it, Grover visits the zoo to talk about birds. When he visits the birdcage, he swaps places with Little Bird, and two Anything Muppets come and admire him. It's unknown which episodes have this segment. The clip was once posted on YouTube in German (with some crappy German text overlaid on the screen, and it's part of the actual foreign airing itself) circa 2009 but got removed in 2014. The German dub came back on YouTube in September 2017. [15]

Assorted Existence Unconfirmed Skits[ ]

Due to the vague nature of some of the descriptions provided by interested users or lack of available documentation online, many of the requested segments from this series have remained unidentified, been marked “Existence Unconfirmed,” and are listed below.

  • A Muppet coach teaches her baseball team to play string quartet[citation needed]
  • Starship Surprise (not to be confused with Spaceship Surprise[16])
  • Muppet R Tag (1969)
  • Ernie makes a friend (1969)[citation needed]
  • G is for Grover (1969)
  • Kermit shows "Between" by placing three objects on a table and then ducks underneath it when BDM comes along and devours the table to bits
  • Two Monsters sing "Up and Down" (1969; not to be confused with the Season 2 version that featured Cookie Monster and Herry[17])
  • A monster barbershop quartet singing about the number 4[citation needed]
  • Post office song - a hip song about the post office and mail delivery featuring the line '...to the post office where it will stay, for just one day...' (live-action)
  • Figure skater - a clip featuring a figure skater skating to the tune of "Don't You Know You're Beautiful?" (live-action)
  • Horses pulling heavy loads - Horses participate in a contest where they keep trying to pull heavier and heavier loads until they can't do it anymore. (live-action)
  • Circles on film - a circle 'wraps itself' around several live-action objects, an 'OK' sign being one of them. (live-action)
  • Riding on the Train - a song about train rides, with one of the lines going '...the A Train, B Train, Double C, takes you where to want to be...' (live-action)

Other Noteworthy Sesame Street Media[ ]

The following is a brief list of Sesame Street clips for which there are separate articles on this wiki:

Episodes[ ]

Sketches[ ]

Specials[ ]

External Links[ ]

References[ ]