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Season 1


Season 1, Episode 0: Pilot

21 July 1969
In the first ever pilot, two boys named David and Donald arrive in Sesame Street greeted by Gordon who finishes repaving the sidewalk. Since David and Donald's names both begin with the letter D, that became the main subject for the pilot. The in between segments of the pilot either featured words beginning with the letter D or just featured other educational topics like counting and singing the alphabet. Special guests include Superman, Batman, Carol Burnett, Gary Owens, and the music group "Listen My Brother".
Carlos Alomar ... Listen My Brother

Carol Burnett ... Herself
James Catusi ... Jim
Robin Clark ... Listen My Brother

Bud Collyer ... Superman (voice) (archive footage)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Gene Moss ... Digby Dropout

Gary Owens ... The Man from Alphabet / D Commercial Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)

James Randi ... Magician
Garrett Saunders ... Gordon

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #2' (voice)

Olan Soule ... Batman (voice)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker

Alfonzo Thornton ... Listen My Brother
Jim Thurman ... Dunce

Luther Vandross ... Listen My Brother

Season 1, Episode 1: Episode #1.1

10 November 1969
Gordon introduces Sesame Street's residents - both Muppet and human; Cookie Monster disrupts Kermit the Frog's lecture on the letter "W"; and Carol Burnett is the first celebrity guest. Also: It's the debut of the song/game "One of These Things (Is Not Like the Other)."

Carol Burnett ... Herself
James Catusi ... Jim

Brian Henson ... Boy with Three Peas

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Sam the Snake / Soldier / Juggler (on-camera) / The Baker / Father (Pumpkin) / Uncle (Fat Blue) / Kermit the Frog (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson / Mother (Purple) - singing

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob / Boy (Green) - singing

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Girl (Reddish-Magenta) / Boy (Green) (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'A Little Bit At the Beginning' (DVD version) (voice)

Holly Robinson Peete ... Sally
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson
Jada Rowland ... Jennie

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #2' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch / Mother (Purple) (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Flo Ayres ... Sissy the Skunk (voice) (uncredited)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)
Joan Gerber ... Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes (voice) (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 2: Episode #1.2

11 November 1969
After being bothered one time too many, Oscar declared he'll find a way to sleep at piece even if it means moving out of his trash can. Meanwhile Bob shows the neighborhood kids a pack of chihuahuas and a young gray squirrel. Mr. Hooper reads "Gwendelyn the Miracle Hen" in its entirety. The letters E, S, W and the numbers 2 and 3 are the sponsors.
Carlos Alomar ... Himself (as Listen My Brother)
James Catusi ... Jim
Robin Clark ... Herself (as Listen My Brother)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)

James Earl Jones ... Himself
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #3' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Alfonzo Thornton ... Himself (as Listen My Brother)

Luther Vandross ... Himself (as Listen My Brother)

Season 1, Episode 3: Episode #1.3

12 November 1969
Big Bird attempts to make a sweater for Susan as a gift he forgotten to give to her on Susan's last year's birthday. Meanwhile Mr. Hooper tries to convince Gordon that his "Super Duper Abracadabra Two Maker" can make any single object into "two". Bob sings "Good Morning Starshine" with the Anything Muppets, and in turn the Anything Muppets sing "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds". The letters E, S, W and the numbers 2 and 3 are the sponsors.

Season 1, Episode 4: Episode #1.4

13 November 1969
The neighborhood is more noisy than its suppose to as a construction group is currently digging a hole where a new building will be built. Bob, Gordon, Susan, and some of the neighborhood kids watch in amazement at the development in progress. The only resident in Sesame Street who isn't too thrilled by the construction is Mr. Hooper. Due to the noise level, he isn't able to tend his shop at peace. So he announces that his shop will remain closed for the day while he takes a peaceful break at the park. Gordon, Susan, and Bob didn't want the local neighborhood shop closed, so Gordon suggests to Mr. Hooper that he, Bob, and Susan can run the shop during Hooper's day off. Mr. Hooper didn't object to the idea as long as it means he can spend time at a park that is far away from the construction. As the three substitute clerks reopen the shop, each of them had a different way of running things. Which lead to the decision of having Gordon, Bob, and Susan take turns as the clerk of the shop. They soon learn its not easy to run a shop successfully even while using the letters W,E,S and the numbers 2 and 3 as the sponsors.

Season 1, Episode 5: Episode #1.5

14 November 1969
Mr. Hooper displays his newest invention called the "Super Duper Secret Stealer Stopper" a guaranteed system that stops burglars from stealing his sodas with humorous results. Gordon spends time with the Anything Muppets and neighborhood kids. Bob shows the neighborhood kids a doe deer and two box turtles. Susan sings "Going for a Ride in the Car-Car" and reads the book "If I were a Mother". Jennie draws for the neighborhood kids and guest celebrities Burt Lancaster and James Earl Jones make a visit in Sesame Street.
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson
Loretta Long ... Susan
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
James Catusi ... Jim
Jada Rowland ... Jennie

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Anything Muppets (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Anything Muppets (voice)
Carlos Alomar ... Himself (as Listen My Brother)
Robin Clark ... Herself (as Listen My Brother)

James Earl Jones ... Himself

Burt Lancaster ... Himself

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #2 and #3' (voice)

Alfonzo Thornton ... Himself (as Listen My Brother)

Luther Vandross ... Himself (as Listen My Brother)

Season 1, Episode 6: Episode #1.6

17 November 1969

James Catusi ... Jim

Brian Henson ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Baker / Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Anything Muppets / Additional Muppets (voice)

Burt Lancaster ... Himself
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob Johnson

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Anything Muppets / Additional Muppets (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #4' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Annoucer

Season 1, Episode 7: Episode #1.7

18 November 1969

James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #5' (voice)

Season 1, Episode 8: Episode #1.8

19 November 1969

James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Father ('Five People in My Family') (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan / Mother ('Five People in My Family') (voice)

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob / Brother ('Five People in My Family') (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Brother ('Five People in My Family') (voice)

Holly Robinson Peete ... Sally
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #4 and 5' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 1, Episode 9: Episode #1.9

20 November 1969

Season 1, Episode 10: Episode #1.10

21 November 1969

James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker / Anything Muppet (voice)

Burt Lancaster ... Himself
Loretta Long ... Susan

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy

Frank Oz ... Bert / Anything Muppet (voice)

Season 1, Episode 11: Episode #1.11

24 November 1969

James Catusi ... Jim

Brian Henson ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #6' (voice)

Season 1, Episode 12: Episode #1.12

25 November 1969

Season 1, Episode 13: Episode #1.13

26 November 1969

Season 1, Episode 14: Episode #1.14

27 November 1969

Season 1, Episode 15: Episode #1.15

28 November 1969

James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie (voice)

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Splurge (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 16: Episode #1.16

1 December 1969


Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster (voice)

Grace Slick ... Singer - 'Jazz #8' / 'Jazz #9' (voice)

Season 1, Episode 17: Episode #1.17

2 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 18: Episode #1.18

3 December 1969


Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Tony / The Baker (voice)

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Lulu (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 19: Episode #1.19

4 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 20: Episode #1.20

5 December 1969


Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)

Season 1, Episode 21: Episode #1.21

8 December 1969


Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)

Grace Slick ... Singer - 'Jazz #10' (voice)

Season 1, Episode 22: Episode #1.22

9 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 23: Episode #1.23

10 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 24: Episode #1.24

11 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 25: Episode #1.25

12 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 26: Episode #1.26

15 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 27: Episode #1.27

16 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 28: Episode #1.28

17 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 29: Episode #1.29

December 1969

Season 1, Episode 30: Episode #1.30

19 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 31: Episode #1.31

22 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 32: Episode #1.32

23 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 33: Episode #1.33

24 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 34: Episode #1.34

25 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 35: Episode #1.35

26 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 36: Episode #1.36

29 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 37: Episode #1.37

30 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 38: Episode #1.38

31 December 1969

Season 1, Episode 39: Episode #1.39

1 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 40: Episode #1.40

2 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 41: Episode #1.41

5 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 42: Episode #1.42

6 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 43: Episode #1.43

7 January 1970

James Catusi ... Jim

Brian Henson ... Boy with Seven Nickels

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Tony / The Baker (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Lulu / Frank / Harold / Splurge / Little Girl ('Lulu's Back in Town') (voice)

Lou Rawls ... Himself
Matt Robinson ... Gordon

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #6' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Little Boy & Blue Man (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 44: Episode #1.44

8 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 45: Episode #1.45

9 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 46: Episode #1.46

12 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 47: Episode #1.47

13 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 48: Episode #1.48

14 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 49: Episode #1.49

15 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 50: Episode #1.50

16 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 51: Episode #1.51

19 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 52: Episode #1.52

20 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 53: Episode #1.53

21 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 54: Episode #1.54

22 January 1970

James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / The Baker / Unicorn / Jack / Tuba Player (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Blue Man in 'Q for Quarter' Cartoon (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan / Piccolo Player / Girl (voice)

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob / Trumpet Player (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Bearded Hippie (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Trombone Player / Pumpkin Hippie (voice)

Jackie Robinson ... Himself
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird / Adrienne / Purple Hippie (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 55: Episode #1.55

23 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 56: Episode #1.56

26 January 1970
Today, Oscar the Grouch is hungry for a special kind of ice cream sundae: namely a baked bean one with chocolate ice cream, chopped pickles, whipped cream and a radish. Poor Mr. Hooper has no choice but to oblige.

Carol Burnett ... Herself
James Catusi ... Jim

Brian Henson ... Boy with Three Peas

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / The Juggler / The Baker (voice)

Mahalia Jackson ... Herself
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Bert / Fuzzyface / Fred the Monster / Beautiful Day Monster / Cookie Monster (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #3' / 'Jazz #2' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird / Hippie (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 57: Episode #1.57

27 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 58: Episode #1.58

28 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 59: Episode #1.59

29 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 60: Episode #1.60

30 January 1970

Season 1, Episode 61: Episode #1.61

2 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 62: Episode #1.62

3 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 63: Episode #1.63

4 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 64: Episode #1.64

5 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 65: Episode #1.65

6 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 66: Episode #1.66

9 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 67: Episode #1.67

10 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 68: Episode #1.68

11 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 69: Episode #1.69

12 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 70: Episode #1.70

13 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 71: Episode #1.71

16 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 72: Episode #1.72

17 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 73: Episode #1.73

18 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 74: Episode #1.74

19 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 75: Episode #1.75

20 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 76: Episode #1.76

23 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 77: Episode #1.77

24 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 78: Episode #1.78

25 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 79: Episode #1.79

26 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 80: Episode #1.80

27 February 1970

Season 1, Episode 81: Episode #1.81

2 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 82: Episode #1.82

3 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 83: Episode #1.83

4 March 1970
Today on Sesame Street, Big Bird struggles to get his bags of birdseed to his nest. His adult friends help him figure it out. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters A, H, and T, and by the number 10. This episode includes guest appearances from James Earl Jones and Burt Lancaster, who demonstrate counting and saying the alphabet. Ernie shows Bert his 'A' making machine, and Kermit the Frog tries to demonstrate the word 'in'.
James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / The Baker / Baby Monster / Scudge / Green Boy (voice)

James Earl Jones ... Himself

Burt Lancaster ... Himself
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Bert / Fuzzyface / Beautiful Day Monster / Pink Girl (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Cookie Monster (voice)
Danny Seagren ... Big Bird (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Purple Boy (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 84: Episode #1.84

5 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 85: Episode #1.85

6 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 86: Episode #1.86

9 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 87: Episode #1.87

10 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 88: Episode #1.88

11 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 89: Episode #1.89

12 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 90: Episode #1.90

13 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 91: Episode #1.91

16 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 92: Episode #1.92

17 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 93: Episode #1.93

18 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 94: Episode #1.94

19 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 95: Episode #1.95

20 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 96: Episode #1.96

23 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 97: Episode #1.97

24 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 98: Episode #1.98

25 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 99: Episode #1.99

26 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 100: Episode #1.100

27 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 101: Episode #1.101

30 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 102: Episode #1.102

31 March 1970

Season 1, Episode 103: Episode #1.103

1 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 104: Episode #1.104

2 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 105: Episode #1.105

3 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 106: Episode #1.106

6 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 107: Episode #1.107

7 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 108: Episode #1.108

8 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 109: Episode #1.109

9 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 110: Episode #1.110

10 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 111: Episode #1.111

13 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 112: Episode #1.112

14 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 113: Episode #1.113

15 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 114: Episode #1.114

16 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 115: Imaginary Car Ride

17 April 1970
It's such a nice day on the Street that Susan, Gordon, and two kids set up chairs in the arbor and go on an imaginary car ride. Then Oscar puts in a call to a certain Melvin Meany, and the two of them have a heated argument over the phone.
James Catusi ... Jim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Garbageman / The Baker (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan / Roosevelt's Mother (voice)

Brandon Maggart ... Buddy
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Bert / Barber / The Mailman (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon / Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 1, Episode 116: Episode #1.116

20 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 117: Episode #1.117

21 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 118: Episode #1.118

22 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 119: Episode #1.119

23 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 120: Episode #1.120

24 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 121: Episode #1.121

27 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 122: Episode #1.122

28 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 123: Episode #1.123

29 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 124: Episode #1.124

30 April 1970

Season 1, Episode 125: Episode #1.125

1 May 1970

Season 1, Episode 126: Episode #1.126

4 May 1970

Season 1, Episode 127: Episode #1.127

5 May 1970

Season 1, Episode 128: Episode #1.128

6 May 1970

Season 1, Episode 129: Episode #1.129

7 May 1970

Season 1, Episode 130: Episode #1.130

8 May 1970


Jim Henson ... Kermit (voice)

B.B. King ... Himself
Loretta Long ... Susan
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Gary Owens ... (voice) (archive footage)

Frank Oz ... Professor Hastings (voice)

Pat Paulsen ... Himself (archive footage)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2


Season 2, Episode 1: Episode 131

9 November 1970


Alan Arkin ... Larry

Dan Blocker ... Himself
Fran Brill ... Arlene Frantic (voice)

Carol Burnett ... Herself

Bill Cosby ... Himself
Barbara Dana ... Phyllis

Lorne Greene ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Guy Smiley / Mr. Nose (voice)

Arte Johnson ... German Soldier (Wolfgang)

Michael Landon ... Himself
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster / Bennett Snerf / Granny Grouch / Sherlock Hemlock / Announcer (voice)

Gary Owens ... Today's Secret Drawing Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover / Little Boy (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Jim Thurman ... Bob (DVD version) (voice) (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 2: Episode #2.2

10 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 3: Episode #2.3

11 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 4: Episode #2.4

12 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 5: Episode #2.5

13 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 6: Episode #2.6

16 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 7: Episode #2.7

17 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 8: Episode #2.8

18 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 9: Episode #2.9

19 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 10: Episode #2.10

20 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 11: Episode #2.11

23 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 12: Episode #2.12

24 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 13: Episode #2.13

25 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 14: Episode #2.14

26 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 15: Episode #2.15

27 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 16: Episode #2.16

30 November 1970

Season 2, Episode 17: Episode #2.17

1 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 18: Episode #2.18

2 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 19: Episode #2.19

3 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 20: Episode 150

4 December 1970


Dan Blocker ... Himself

Lorne Greene ... Himself

Michael Landon ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 21: Episode #2.21

7 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 22: Episode #2.22

8 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 23: Episode #2.23

9 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 24: Episode #2.24

10 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 25: Episode #2.25

11 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 26: Episode #2.26

14 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 27: Episode #2.27

16 December 1970


Alan Arkin ... Larry
Dick Barnett ... Himself

Bill Cosby ... Himself
Barbara Dana ... Phyllis

Walt Frazier ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Grandmother Happy / Harold Happy (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Jerry Nelson ... Herbert Birdsfoot (voice)

Gary Owens ... Today's Secret Drawing Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Helen Happy (voice)

Jackie Robinson ... Himself
Matt Robinson ... Gordon

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 2, Episode 28: Episode #2.28

16 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 29: Episode #2.29

17 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 30: Episode #2.30

18 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 31: Episode 161

21 December 1970


Lorne Greene ... Himself

Robert Rauffer ... Himself - Child (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 32: Episode #2.32

22 December 1970


Alan Arkin ... Larry

Carol Burnett ... Herself (archive footage)
Barbara Dana ... Phyllis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Additional Muppets (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Gary Owens ... (voice) (archive footage)

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 33: Episode #2.33

23 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 34: Episode #2.34

24 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 35: Episode #2.35

25 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 36: Episode #2.36

28 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 37: Episode #2.37

29 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 38: Episode #2.38

30 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 39: Episode #2.39

31 December 1970

Season 2, Episode 40: Episode 170

1 January 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself

Lorne Greene ... Himself

Michael Landon ... Himself

Robert Rauffer ... Himself - Child (uncredited)

Season 2, Episode 41: Episode 171

4 January 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself

Lorne Greene ... Himself

Michael Landon ... Himself

Flip Wilson ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 42: Episode 172

5 January 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself

Bill Cosby ... Himself

Lorne Greene ... Himself

Michael Landon ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 43: Episode #2.43

6 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 44: Episode #2.44

7 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 45: Episode #2.45

8 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 46: Episode #2.46

11 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 47: Episode #2.47

12 January 1979

Season 2, Episode 48: Episode #2.48

13 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 49: Episode #2.49

14 January 1971
Lots of things happen on Sesame Street today, notably Susan teaching Big Bird how to spell the word "love". The show is sponsored by the letter A and the number 7.
Fran Brill ... Fairy Godmother / Little Bird (voice)

Tim Conway ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Baby Monster (voice)

James Earl Jones ... Himself (archive footage)

Casey Kasem ... Robin (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan / Roosevelt's Mother (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Uncle Louie / King (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Lefty the Salesman / Cookie Monster / Charlie / Additional Monsters (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Olan Soule ... Batman (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Farmer / Oscar (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Jaime Sánchez ... Miguel

Season 2, Episode 50: Episode #2.50

15 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 51: Episode #2.51

18 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 52: Episode #2.52

19 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 54: Episode 184

21 January 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself

Lorne Greene ... Himself

Michael Landon ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 55: Episode #2.55

22 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 56: Episode #2.56

25 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 57: Episode #2.57

26 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 58: Episode #2.58

27 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 59: Episode #2.59

28 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 60: Episode #2.60

29 January 1971

Season 2, Episode 61: Episode #2.61

1 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 62: Episode #2.62

2 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 63: Episode #2.63

3 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 64: Episode #2.64

4 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 65: Episode 195

5 February 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 66: Episode #2.66

8 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 68: Episode #2.68

10 February 1971
Mr. Hooper asks Big Bird to open up the store for him while he runs an errand. Big Bird is more than glad to, but it proves not to be as easy as he thought. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters L and O and by the number 3. Also happening today: Bob introduces the OP family, Ernie writes a dramatic, alphabetical story, Grover and Herbert Birdsfoot demonstrate under and over, Little Bird talks about imagination, and the classic hit "Mahna Mahna" is performed.

Alan Arkin ... Larry
Fran Brill ... Little Bird (voice)

Carol Burnett ... Herself

Bill Cosby ... Himself
Barbara Dana ... Phyllis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Mahna Mahna (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Mahna Mahna's Backup Girl (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herbert Birdsfoot / Herry Monster (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / Mahna Mahna's Backup Girl (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #3' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Jaime Sánchez ... Miguel

Season 2, Episode 69: Episode #2.69

11 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 70: Episode #2.70

12 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 71: Episode #2.71

15 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 72: Episode #2.72

16 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 73: Episode #2.73

17 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 74: Episode #2.74

18 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 75: Episode 205

19 February 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 76: Episode #2.76

22 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 77: Episode #2.77

23 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 78: Episode #2.78

24 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 79: Episode #2.79

25 February 1971

Season 2, Episode 80: Episode 210

26 February 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 81: Episode #2.81

2 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 82: Episode #2.82

3 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 83: Episode #2.83

4 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 84: Episode #2.84

5 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 85: Episode #2.85

8 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 86: Episode #2.86

9 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 87: Episode #2.87

10 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 88: Episode #2.88

11 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 89: Episode #2.89

12 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 90: Episode #2.90

15 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 91: Episode #2.91

16 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 92: Episode #2.92

17 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 93: Episode #2.93

18 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 94: Episode #2.94

19 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 95: Episode 226

22 March 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 97: Episode #2.97

23 March 1971


James Earl Jones ... Himself

Jim Nabors ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 98: Episode #2.98

24 March 1971


Bill Cosby ... Himself

Season 2, Episode 99: Episode #2.99

25 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 100: Episode #2.100

26 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 101: Episode 231

29 March 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 102: Episode #2.102

30 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 103: Episode #2.103

31 March 1971

Season 2, Episode 104: Episode #2.104

1 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 105: Episode #2.105

2 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 106: Episode #2.106

5 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 107: Episode #2.107

6 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 108: Episode #2.108

7 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 109: Episode #2.109

8 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 110: Episode #2.110

9 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 111: Episode #2.111

12 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 112: Episode #2.112

13 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 113: Episode #2.113

14 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 114: Episode #2.114

15 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 115: Episode #2.115

16 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 116: Episode #2.116

19 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 117: Episode #2.117

20 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 118: Episode #2.118

21 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 119: Episode #2.119

22 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 120: Episode #2.120

23 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 121: Episode #2.121

26 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 122: Episode 252

27 April 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 123: Episode #2.123

28 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 124: Episode #2.124

29 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 125: Episode #2.125

30 April 1971

Season 2, Episode 126: Episode #2.126

3 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 127: Episode #2.127

4 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 128: Episode #2.128

5 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 129: Episode #2.129

6 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 130: Episode #2.130

7 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 131: Episode #2.131

10 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 132: Episode #2.132

11 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 133: Episode #2.133

12 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 134: Episode #2.134

13 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 135: Episode 265

14 May 1971


Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 136: Episode #2.136

17 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 137: Episode #2.137

18 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 138: Episode #2.138

19 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 139: Episode #2.139

20 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 140: Episode #2.140

21 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 141: Episode #2.141

24 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 142: Episode #2.142

25 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 143: Episode #2.143

26 May 1971


Bill Cosby ... Himself (archive footage)

Jim Henson ... Ernie (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Flip Wilson ... Himself (archive footage)

Season 2, Episode 144: Episode #2.144

27 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 145: Episode #2.145

28 May 1971

Season 2, Episode 273: Episode #2.273

3 November 1971


Bill Cosby ... Himself

Flip Wilson ... Himself

Season 3


Season 3, Episode 1: Episode #3.1

8 November 1971

Larry Block ... Tom
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Newsdealer / Green Cowboy / Lavender Cowboy (voice)

Raul Julia ... Rafael
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herbert Birdsfoot / Mr. Johnson / Mr. Snuffleupagus / Female Teacher / Fat Blue Cowboy (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / Male Teacher (voice)

Charlotte Rae ... Molly the Mail Lady
Matt Robinson ... Gordon Robinson

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Allan Swift ... Narrator 'Melvin the Moving Man' segment (voice)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)
Jim Thurman ... Bob (DVD version) (voice) (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 2: Episode #3.2

9 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 3: Episode #3.3

10 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 4: Episode #3.4

11 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 5: Episode #3.5

12 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 6: Episode #3.6

15 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 7: Episode #3.7

16 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 9: Episode #3.9

18 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 10: Episode #3.10

19 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 11: Episode #3.11

22 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 12: Episode #3.12

22 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 13: Episode #3.13

24 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 14: Episode #3.14

25 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 15: Episode #3.15

26 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 16: Episode #3.16

29 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 17: Episode #3.17

30 November 1971

Season 3, Episode 18: Episode #3.18

1 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 19: Episode #3.19

2 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 20: Episode #3.20

3 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 21: Episode #3.21

6 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 22: Episode #3.22

7 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 23: Episode #3.23

8 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 24: Episode #3.24

9 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 25: Episode #3.25

10 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 26: Episode #3.26

13 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 27: Episode #3.27

14 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 28: Episode #3.28

15 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 29: Episode #3.29

16 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 30: Episode #3.30

17 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 31: Episode #3.31

20 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 32: Episode #3.32

21 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 33: Episode #3.33

22 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 34: Episode #3.34

23 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 35: Episode #3.35

24 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 36: Episode #3.36

27 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 37: Episode #3.37

28 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 38: Episode #3.38

29 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 39: Episode #3.39

30 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 40: Episode #3.40

31 December 1971

Season 3, Episode 41: Episode #3.41

3 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 42: Episode #3.42

4 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 43: Episode #3.43

5 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 44: Episode #3.44

6 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 45: Episode #3.45

7 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 46: Episode #3.46

10 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 47: Episode #3.47

11 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 48: Episode #3.48

12 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 49: Episode #3.49

13 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 50: Episode #3.50

14 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 51: Episode #3.51

17 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 52: Episode #3.52

18 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 53: Episode #3.53

19 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 54: Episode #3.54

20 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 55: Episode #3.55

21 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 56: Episode #3.56

24 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 57: Episode #3.57

25 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 58: Episode #3.58

26 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 59: Episode #3.59

27 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 60: Episode #3.60

28 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 61: Episode #3.61

31 January 1972

Season 3, Episode 62: Episode #3.62

1 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 63: Episode #3.63

2 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 64: Episode #3.64

3 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 65: Episode #3.65

4 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 66: Episode #3.66

7 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 67: Episode #3.67

8 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 68: Episode #3.68

9 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 69: Episode #3.69

10 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 70: Episode #3.70

11 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 71: Episode #3.71

14 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 72: Episode #3.72

15 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 73: Episode #3.73

16 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 74: Episode 349

17 February 1972


Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Larry Block ... Tom

Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Joe Raposo ... Himself - Musician (archive footage)
Matt Robinson ... Gordon

Robert Rauffer ... Himself - Child (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 75: Episode #3.75

18 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 76: Episode #3.76

21 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 77: Episode #3.77

22 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 78: Episode #3.78

23 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 80: Episode #3.80

25 February 1972


Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Larry Block ... Tom
Northern Calloway ... David Robinson

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Mahna Mahna / The Young Son (voice)

Raul Julia ... Rafael

Casey Kasem ... 'B Cartoon' Narrator (voice)

Bud Luckey ... Donnie Budd (voice)

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster / Farley / Japanese Storyteller / Emperor (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover / Harvey Kneeslapper / The Evil Prime Minister / Shopkeeper (voice)
Joe Ponazecki ... Wally
Paul Price ... Ralph

Charlotte Rae ... Molly the Mail Lady

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 3, Episode 81: Episode #3.81

28 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 82: Episode #3.82

29 February 1972

Season 3, Episode 83: Episode #3.83

7 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 84: Episode #3.84

8 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 93: Episode #3.93

13 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 94: Episode #3.94

14 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 95: Episode #3.95

15 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 96: Episode #3.96

16 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 97: Episode #3.97

17 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 100: Episode #3.100

22 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 101: Episode #3.101

23 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 102: Episode #3.102

24 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 104: Episode #3.104

28 March 1972

Season 3, Episode 109: Episode #3.109

3 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 114: Episode #3.114

10 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 115: Episode #3.115

11 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 116: Episode #3.116

12 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 117: Episode #3.117

13 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 119: Episode #3.119

17 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 120: Episode #3.120

18 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 121: Episode #3.121

19 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 122: Episode #3.122

20 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 123: Episode #3.123

21 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 124: Episode #3.124

24 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 125: Episode #3.125

25 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 126: Episode #3.126

26 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 127: Episode #3.127

27 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 128: Episode #3.128

28 April 1972

Season 3, Episode 129: Episode #3.129

1 May 1972

Season 3, Episode 130: Episode #3.130

2 May 1972

Season 3, Episode 131: Episode #3.131

3 May 1972

Season 3, Episode 132: Episode #3.132

4 May 1972

Season 3, Episode 133: Episode #3.133

May 1972


Season 4


Season 4, Episode 1: Episode #4.1

27 November 1972

Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn / Ursula (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez / Spanish Kid ('Me') (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Guy Smiley / Granny Fanny Nesselrode / The Baker (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson
Kermit Love ... Willy

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Hal Miller ... Gordon Robinson

Jerry Nelson ... Farley / Simon Soundman / The Count / Mr. Snuffleupagus / Sam the Robot / Mr. Johnson / Oak Tree / Sun / Teeth / Xavier / Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Grover / Bert / Cloud / Employment Agent (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... American Girl ('Me') (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Jim Thurman ... Bob (DVD version) (voice)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 2: Episode #4.2

28 November 1972

Season 4, Episode 3: Episode #4.3

29 November 1972

Season 4, Episode 4: Episode #4.4

30 November 1972

Season 4, Episode 5: Episode #4.5

1 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 7: Episode #4.7

3 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 8: Episode #4.8

6 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 9: Episode #4.9

7 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 10: Episode #4.10

8 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 11: Episode #4.11

11 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 12: Episode #4.12

12 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 13: Episode #4.13

13 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 14: Episode #4.14

14 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 15: Episode #4.15

15 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 16: Episode #4.16

18 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 19: Episode #4.19

19 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 20: Episode #4.20

22 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 21: Episode #4.21

December 1972

Season 4, Episode 22: Episode #4.22

26 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 23: Episode #4.23

27 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 24: Episode #4.24

28 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 25: Episode #4.25

29 December 1972

Season 4, Episode 26: Episode #4.26

1 January 1973


Robert Rauffer ... Himself - Child (uncredited)

Season 4, Episode 27: Episode #4.27

2 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 28: Episode #4.28

3 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 29: Episode #4.29

4 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 30: Episode #4.30

5 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 31: Episode #4.31

6 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 32: Episode #4.32

9 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 33: Episode #4.33

10 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 34: Episode #4.34

11 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 35: Episode #4.35

12 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 36: Episode #4.36

15 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 37: Episode #4.37

16 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 38: Episode #4.38

17 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 39: Episode #4.39

18 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 40: Episode #4.40

19 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 41: Episode #4.41

22 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 42: Episode #4.42

23 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 43: Episode #4.43

24 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 44: Episode #4.44

25 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 45: Episode #4.45

26 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 46: Episode #4.46

29 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 47: Episode #4.47

30 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 48: Episode #4.48

31 January 1973

Season 4, Episode 49: Episode #4.49

1 February 1973

Season 4, Episode 50: Episode #4.50

2 February 1973

Season 4, Episode 51: Episode #4.51

5 February 1973

Season 4, Episode 52: Episode #4.52

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 53: Episode #4.53

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 54: Episode #4.54

8 February 1972

Season 4, Episode 55: Episode #4.55

9 February 1972

Season 4, Episode 56: Episode #4.56

12 February 1972

Season 4, Episode 57: Episode #4.57

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 58: Episode #4.58

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 59: Episode #4.59

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 60: Episode #4.60

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 61: Episode #4.61

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 62: Episode #4.62

February 1972

Season 4, Episode 63: Episode #4.63

1972

Season 4, Episode 64: Episode #4.64

1972

Season 4, Episode 71: Episode #4.71

5 March 1972

Season 4, Episode 72: Episode #4.72

6 March 1972

Season 4, Episode 73: Episode #4.73

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 74: Episode #4.74

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 75: Episode #4.75

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 76: Episode #4.76

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 77: Episode #4.77

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 78: Episode #4.78

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 79: Episode #4.79

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 80: Episode #4.80

March 1972

Season 4, Episode 81: Episode #4.81

1972

Season 4, Episode 82: Episode #4.82

1972

Season 4, Episode 83: Episode #4.83

1972

Season 4, Episode 84: Episode #4.84

1972

Season 4, Episode 85: Episode #4.85

1972

Season 4, Episode 86: Episode #4.86

1972

Season 4, Episode 109: Episode #4.109

26 April 1973


Season 5


Season 5, Episode 1: Episode #5.1

19 November 1973

Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez

Jim Henson ... Bip Bippadotta / Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Guy Smiley / Lavender Singer / Lavender Alien / Various Muppets (voice)

Lena Horne ... Herself
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson
Kermit Love ... Willy

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Hal Miller ... Gordon Robinson

Jerry Nelson ... Frazzle / Mr. Snuffleupagus / Green Singer / Usher / Old Man / Announcer / Various Muppets (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover / Blue Singer / Green Alien (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Sam the Robot (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 2: Episode #5.2

20 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 3: Episode #5.3

21 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 4: Episode #5.4

22 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 5: Episode #5.5

23 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 6: Episode #5.6

26 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 7: Episode #5.7

27 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 8: Episode #5.8

28 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 9: Episode #5.9

29 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 10: Episode #5.10

30 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 11: Episode #5.11

4 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 12: Episode #5.12

4 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 13: Episode #5.13

5 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 14: Episode #5.14

6 November 1973

Season 5, Episode 15: Episode #5.15

7 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 16: Episode #5.16

10 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 17: Episode #5.17

11 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 18: Episode #5.18

12 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 19: Episode #5.19

13 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 20: Episode #5.20

14 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 21: Episode #5.21

17 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 22: Episode #5.22

18 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 23: Episode #5.23

19 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 24: Episode #5.24

20 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 25: Episode #5.25

21 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 26: Episode #5.26

24 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 27: Episode #5.27

25 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 28: Episode #5.28

26 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 29: Episode #5.29

27 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 30: Episode #5.30

28 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 31: Episode #5.31

31 December 1973

Season 5, Episode 32: Episode #5.32

1 January 1974


Robert Rauffer ... Himself - Child (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 33: Episode #5.33

2 January 1974

Season 5, Episode 34: Episode #5.34

3 January 1974

Season 5, Episode 35: Episode #5.35

4 January 1974

Season 5, Episode 36: Episode #5.36

7 January 1974

Season 5, Episode 37: Episode #5.37

8 January 1973

Season 5, Episode 38: Episode #5.38

9 January 1974

Northern Calloway ... David

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Mahna Mahna / The Baker / Sonny Friendly / Little Bird / Kermit the Frog / Various Monsters (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan / Mahna Mahna's Backup Girl (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Hal Miller ... Gordon

Jerry Nelson ... Herbert Birdsfoot / Herry (voice)

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Beautiful Day Monster / Bert / Grover / Lucy Jones / Dog / Mahna Mahna's Backup Girl / Various Monsters (voice)

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #6' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird / Cookie Monster / Various Monsters (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 39: Episode #5.39

10 January 1974

Season 5, Episode 40: Episode #5.40

11 January 1974

Season 5, Episode 41: Episode #5.41

1974

Season 5, Episode 42: Episode #5.42

1974

Season 5, Episode 43: Episode #5.43

1974

Season 5, Episode 44: Episode #5.44

1974

Season 5, Episode 45: Episode #5.45

1974

Season 5, Episode 46: Episode #5.46

1974

Season 5, Episode 47: Episode #5.47

1974

Season 5, Episode 48: Episode #5.48

1974

Season 5, Episode 49: Episode #5.49

1974

Season 5, Episode 50: Episode #5.50

1974

Season 5, Episode 51: Episode #5.51

1974

Season 5, Episode 52: Episode #5.52

1974

Season 5, Episode 53: Episode #5.53

1974

Season 5, Episode 54: Episode #5.54

1974

Season 5, Episode 55: Episode #5.55

1974

Season 5, Episode 56: Episode #5.56

1974

Season 5, Episode 57: Episode #5.57

5 February 1974
It's a very cold day on Sesame Street. Winter is clearly on the way. Today's show is sponsored by the letters G and I and the number 3.

Bill Cosby ... Himself

Paul Dooley ... Parrot (voice)

Brian Henson ... Boy with Three Peas

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Mailman / Juggler / The Baker (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Hal Miller ... Gordon

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Japanese Storyteller / 'Casey McPhee' Singer / Simon / Farley (voice)

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Grover / Bert / Harvey Kneeslapper / Evil Prime Minister (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (voice) (uncredited)

Season 5, Episode 58: Episode #5.58

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Season 5, Episode 59: Episode #5.59

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Season 5, Episode 60: Episode #5.60

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Season 5, Episode 61: Episode #5.61

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Season 5, Episode 62: Episode #5.62

12 February 1974
The street is still covered with snow. Bob inadvertently helps Oscar make a mess with it, and Susan is late in leaving for work because her car has been plowed in. Today's sponsors are the letters Q and S and the number 8.
Dennis Allen ... Clown

Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Northern Calloway ... Baby Breeze (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Maurice / Garbageman (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Blue Man in 'Q for Quarter' Cartoon (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria / Smart Tina (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Sherlock Hemlock / Mumford / Herry Monster / Tough Eddie / Tablecloth (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Harvey Kneeslapper / Cookie Monster / Maurice's Love Interest / Barber / Grover (voice)
Jerome Raphael ... Mad Painter Victim
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 5, Episode 63: Episode #5.63

13 February 1974
It's still snowing on Sesame Street. Oscar's bought himself a Winter hat, which he wants pulled all the way down over his face. Meanwhile, Sherlock Hemlock, the world's greatest detective, tries to help Luis find his missing pencil.

Season 5, Episode 64: Episode #5.64

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Season 5, Episode 65: Episode #5.65

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Season 5, Episode 67: Episode #5.67

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Season 5, Episode 130: Episode #5.130

1974


Season 6


Season 6, Episode 1: Episode #6.1

4 November 1974
As Sesame Street begins another year, we find Count von Count up on the street lamppost, counting all the lights on the street as they come on. Later that night, he counts them again going out. He ignores Luis's advice to go home to bed- he wants to sleep on the lamppost so he can count that light going off in the morning. Also on the street that day, the cast sings about a song which they can't seem to figure out the name of. While all this is going on, a cartoon man talks about how the letter E begins the words "enter" and "exit". In his elementary school, Roosevelt Franklin teaches his class about Africa, showing them that there's more to the continent than just jungles. Ernie gets overly emotional during a movie, which subsequently gets Bert in trouble with the other viewers in the theater. Beetle Bailey tries to figure out a way to be first in line for chow, while Kermit and Farmer Grover demonstrate how one uses a horse-and-cart. Three pencils dancing the Rumba show first, last, and Crazy Melvin (don't ask!). Finally, a tree frog struggles to make it to the top of his tree (it's a long, hard climb, but he'll get there). The sponsors today are the letter E and the number 2.
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez
Will Lee ... Mr. Harold Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa / Smart Tina (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon Robinson / Hardhead Henry Harris (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)
Christopher Cerf ... Little Chrissy (voice)

Jim Henson ... Guy Smiley / Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Green Alphabeat (voice)
Jeff Moss ... Lavender Alphabeat (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... The Count / Herry Monster / Rodeo Rosie / Fred the Wonder Horse / Mr. Lucky (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Go Ahead and Touch' and 'Frog Struggle Song' (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 6, Episode 2: Episode #6.2

5 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 3: Episode #6.3

6 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 4: Episode #6.4

7 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 5: Episode #6.5

8 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 6: Episode #6.6

11 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 7: Episode #6.7

12 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 8: Episode #6.8

12 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 9: Episode #6.9

14 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 10: Episode #6.10

15 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 11: Episode #6.11

18 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 12: Episode #6.12

19 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 13: Episode #6.13

20 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 14: Episode #6.14

21 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 15: Episode #6.15

22 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 16: Episode #6.16

25 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 17: Episode #6.17

26 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 18: Episode #6.18

27 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 19: Episode #6.19

28 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 20: Episode #6.20

29 November 1974

Season 6, Episode 21: Episode #6.21

2 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 22: Episode #6.22

3 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 23: Episode #6.23

4 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 24: Episode #6.24

5 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 25: Episode #6.25

6 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 26: Episode #6.26

9 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 27: Episode #6.27

10 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 28: Episode #6.28

11 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 29: Episode #6.29

12 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 30: Episode #6.30

13 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 31: Episode #6.31

16 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 32: Episode #6.32

17 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 33: Episode #6.33

17 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 34: Episode #6.34

19 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 35: Episode #6.35

20 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 36: Episode #6.36

23 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 37: Episode #6.37

24 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 38: Episode #6.38

25 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 39: Episode #6.39

26 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 40: Episode #6.40

27 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 41: Episode #6.41

30 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 42: Episode #6.42

31 December 1974

Season 6, Episode 43: Episode #6.43

1 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 44: Episode #6.44

2 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 45: Episode #6.45

3 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 46: Episode #6.46

6 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 47: Episode #6.47

7 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 48: Episode #6.48

8 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 49: Episode #6.49

9 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 50: Episode #6.50

10 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 51: Episode #6.51

13 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 52: Episode #6.52

14 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 53: Episode #6.53

15 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 54: Episode #6.54

16 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 55: Episode #6.55

17 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 56: Episode #6.56

20 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 57: Episode #6.57

21 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 58: Episode #6.58

22 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 59: Episode #6.59

23 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 60: Episode #6.60

24 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 61: Episode #6.61

27 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 62: Episode #6.62

28 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 63: Episode #6.63

29 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 64: Episode #6.64

30 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 65: Episode #6.65

31 January 1975

Season 6, Episode 66: Episode #6.66

3 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 67: Episode #6.67

4 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 68: Episode #6.68

5 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 69: Episode #6.69

6 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 70: Episode #6.70

7 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 71: Episode #6.71

10 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 72: Episode #6.72

11 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 73: Episode #6.73

12 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 74: Episode #6.74

13 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 75: Episode #6.75

14 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 76: Episode #6.76

17 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 77: Episode #6.77

18 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 78: Episode #6.78

19 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 79: Episode #6.79

20 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 80: Episode #6.80

21 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 81: Episode #6.81

24 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 82: Episode #6.82

25 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 83: Episode #6.83

26 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 84: Episode #6.84

27 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 85: Episode #6.85

28 February 1975

Season 6, Episode 86: Episode #6.86

3 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 87: Episode #6.87

4 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 88: Episode #6.88

5 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 89: Episode #6.89

6 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 90: Episode #6.90

7 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 91: Episode #6.91

10 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 92: Episode #6.92

11 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 93: Episode #6.93

12 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 94: Episode #6.94

13 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 95: Episode #6.95

14 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 96: Episode #6.96

17 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 97: Episode #6.97

18 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 98: Episode #6.98

19 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 99: Episode #6.99

20 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 100: Episode #6.100

21 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 101: Episode #6.101

24 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 102: Episode #6.102

25 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 103: Episode #6.103

26 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 104: Episode #6.104

27 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 105: Episode #6.105

28 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 106: Episode #6.106

31 March 1975

Season 6, Episode 107: Episode #6.107

1 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 108: Episode #6.108

2 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 109: Episode #6.109

3 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 110: Episode #6.110

4 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 111: Episode #6.111

7 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 112: Episode #6.112

8 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 113: Episode #6.113

9 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 114: Episode #6.114

10 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 115: Episode #6.115

11 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 116: Episode #6.116

14 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 117: Episode #6.117

15 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 118: Episode #6.118

16 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 119: Episode #6.119

17 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 120: Episode #6.120

18 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 121: Episode #6.121

21 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 122: Episode #6.122

22 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 123: Episode #6.123

23 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 124: Episode #6.124

24 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 125: Episode #6.125

25 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 126: Episode #6.126

28 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 127: Episode #6.127

29 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 128: Episode #6.128

30 April 1975

Season 6, Episode 129: Episode #6.129

1 May 1975

Season 6, Episode 130: Episode #6.130

2 May 1975


Season 7


Season 7, Episode 1: Episode #7.1

1 December 1975
As the show's seventh season begins, Mr. Snuffleupagus walks down the street, counting the people who fail to glimpse him (yet again). He counts ten in all. Later on, a journalist visits the street with the scoop on Snuffy, coming up with a few rhyming headlines in the process. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the number two and the letter P. Meanwhile, a cow dog sings a song about his job, while practical joker Harvey Kneeslapper is up to another of his tricks, this one involving a pogo stick. Kermit reports on yet another fast-breaking news story, this one involving the putting together of Humpty Dumpty. Judy Collins sings about the life of a fisherman, and Herry and his friend John-John demonstrate the difference between loud and soft. There are a few memorable cartoons in this as well. A boy talks about the "zoo" inside of him, an old woman sets up a picnic of P foods, unaware of the activity displayed by the ants, and a disembodied hand draws a telephone booth, which a man doesn't reach in time to answer the ringing phone.

Daws Butler ... Warning Cartoon Man (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Judy Collins ... Herself

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Prince Charming (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Headline Howie / King's Horseman (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan
Kermit Love ... Willy

Sonia Manzano ... Maria / Smart Tina (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Herry Monster / The Count / Admiral / Old Man at Movies / News Flash Announcer (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Bert / Harvey Kneeslapper / Humpty Dumpty / Grover (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Female Valkyrie / Milkmaid / Singer 'Pockets' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Fred Wardenburg ... Singer 'Cow Dog Song' (voice)
John Williams III ... John-John

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 2: Episode #7.2

2 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 3: Episode #7.3

3 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 4: Episode #7.4

4 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 5: Episode #7.5

5 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 6: Episode #7.6

8 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 7: Episode #7.7

9 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 8: Episode #7.8

10 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 9: Episode #7.9

11 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 10: Episode #7.10

12 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 11: Episode #7.11

15 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 12: Episode #7.12

16 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 13: Episode #7.13

17 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 14: Episode #7.14

18 December 1975

Season 7, Episode 15: Episode #7.15

19 December 1975
Luis gets a call from relatives in New Mexico where he grew up, asking him to come back to help build a house. Luis agrees, and Big Bird, Maria, Bob, Gordon, and Oscar accompany him. The Count excitedly counts the six people going.
Bob Arbogast ... Man Getting his Nose Drawn (voice)
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis / Singer 'Three of These Kids'

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Pedestrian (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Sully
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Gene Moss ... Karen the Kangaroo (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Herry Monster / Biff / Herbert Birdsfoot / The Miller's Daughter / Plane Flier / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / Bruce Rumpelstiltskin (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Betty Lou / Bus Passenger (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 16: Episode 811

22 December 1975


Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter

Dan Blocker ... Himself (archive footage)
Northern Calloway ... David / Sluggo the Great

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Joan Gerber ... Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes (voice)

Lorne Greene ... Himself (archive footage)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Sinister Sam (voice)

Michael Landon ... Himself (archive footage)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / The Amazing Mumford / Herry Monster / Big Barney (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Allan Swift ... Man with the Giggles (voice)
Jim Thurman ... Lost Man (voice)

Robert Rauffer ... Himself - Child (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 17: Episode #7.17

23 December 1975

Northern Calloway ... David

Judy Collins ... The Sad Princess

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Brian Henson ... Boy with Seven Nickels

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Bad Bart / The Baker / Orange Gold Subject (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Stuie Monster / Green Subject / Pig #2 (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Fly (voice)

Bud Luckey ... Singer 'The Alligator King' (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Big Bad Wolf / Fat Blue Subject / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Pig #1 / Pumpkin Subject (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Marshal Earp (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Clive Thompson ... Himself
Fred Wardenburg ... Singer 'Cow Dog Song' (voice)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 18: Episode #7.18

24 December 1975


Emilio Delgado ... Luis / Spanish Kid ('Me') (voice)

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Bad Bart / Maurice / King of 8 / Court Jester (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Fred the Wonder Horse / The Count / 'Casey McPhee' Singer / Tablecloth / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Grover / Humpty Dumpty / Maurice's Love Interest (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... American Girl ('Me') (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 19: Episode #7.19

25 December 1975

Bob Arbogast ... T Words Cartoon Narrator (voice)

Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / City Hipster / Sinister Sam / Kermit (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Jeff Moss ... Low Singer (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Fred the Wonder Horse / High Singer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon / Hard Head Henry Harris (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Doc Holiday (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Middle Singer (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #9' (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Country Girl (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 7, Episode 20: Episode #7.20

26 December 1975


Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Paul Dooley ... Parrot (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie (voice)
Loretta Long ... Suzetta (voice)

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... The Country Mouse / Adam T. Glaser (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon / Hard Head Henry Harris (voice)

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Bert / Lefty the Salesman / Harvey Kneeslapper / The City Mouse (voice)
Matt Robinson ... Roosevelt Franklin (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
Steve Zuckerman ... Singer 'Ten Turtles' (voice)

Season 7, Episode 76: Episode #7.76

15 March 1976
Mr. Hooper reveals that he is back to school and has been up half the night studying for a G.E.D. exam. So Big Bird offers to watch over the store while he studies. Today's sponsors are the letters Q and Y and the number 11.
Fran Brill ... Little Bird (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Guy Smiley / Granny Fanny Nesselrode / Ernie (voice)

Lena Horne ... Herself
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster / Farley / Simon / Oak Tree / Sun / Delivery Man / Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Cloud / Bert / Grover (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
John Williams III ... John-John

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 8


Season 8, Episode 1: Mr. Hooper Celebrates the 25th Anniversary of His Store.

29 November 1976
As Sesame Street enters its eighth year, Hooper's Store enters its twenty-fifth. That's right. It was two and a half decades ago that Mr. Hooper opened his store, and he throws a party inside it to celebrate, though Big Bird thinks at first his surprise involves a hot air balloon. While all this is going, a guy very much like Charlie Chaplin comes in second place with an elusive exit sign. A song about touching and feeling is sung over footage of people coming into contact with various textures. Three little men sing about how they love polishing on their home, namely a capital I in the center of the sky. While moving a piano, Biff struggles to play it and talks to Sully about practicing, but Sully isn't the one who needs it. The familiar sketch with two girls playing with their doll house is shown. Edith-Ann of "Laugh-In" fame refuses to count for five for us (though, as usual, she's glad to razz), and Ernie convinces Bert to play a rhyming game with him. Cookie Monster goes to the library and asks for a box of cookies, failing to understand that there aren't any, no matter how annoyed the librarian gets. Finally, song and dance monster Stuie, accompanied by his back-up singers, the Aristocrats, sings about how much he loves his maroon and yellow fur. This episode is sponsored by the letter I and the number 2.

Season 8, Episode 4: Episode #8.4

2 December 1976

Season 8, Episode 36: Episode #8.36

17 January 1977


Judy Collins ... Herself

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Connor Quinn ... Connor

Season 8, Episode 112: Episode #8.112

3 May 1977

Season 8, Episode 116: Episode #8.116

9 May 1977
Today Buffy plays the mouth bow and sings "Cripple Creek", with Fred the Wonder Horse joining in. Then Big Bird watches her breastfeeding baby Cody. Today's show is sponsored by the letters K and Z and the number 7.
Northern Calloway ... The Hipster (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Guy Smiley / Frances's Last Line (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Librarian (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Fred the Wonder Horse / Herry Monster / Little Jerry / Natalie the Cow (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / The Cat with the Fiddle / The Square / Frances Oznowicz (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #7' (voice)

Connor Quinn ... Connor

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar / Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 9


Season 9, Episode 1: Episode #9.1

28 November 1977
The ninth season of "Sesame Street" begins with a bang. The bang of drums, that is, because Bert is leading a brass band down the street. Later on, in Hooper's Store, the folks watch a grouch cooking show hosted by Oscar, who demonstrates how to make a 'new kind' of chicken soup. At the end of the day, Grover pretends to drive Gordon's car (with the latter there to supervise, of course). Today's show is brought to you by the letter H and the number 2, the latter paid respects by the Pointer Sisters in one of their typical "Pinball Number" songs. Our favorite frog sings the rather melancholy "Song From Kermit". A woodsman in the countryside sings about how much he loves the great outdoors, totally unaware of the demolition going on behind him. The human cast plays a game of "One of Us is Not Like the Others", to the chagrin of Gladys the Cow. In a couple of animated sequences, a live typewriter demonstrates how the word 'hand' begins with the letter H, and it is demonstrated how to say every letter in sign language. A boy explains to the viewers how his father makes Chinese noodles in his factory. Grover and John-John count one penny, and a short cartoon kid figures out how to get a drink from a water fountain out of his reach.
Linda Bove ... Linda / Chaplin's Reflection
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Nature Lover (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Gladys the Cow (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria / Chaplin
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #2' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
John Williams III ... John-John

Season 9, Episode 35: Episode #9.35

13 January 1978
Big Bird is excited because today he is going on a trip to Hawaii, along with Maria, Bob, Olivia, Mr. Hooper, and a most reluctant Oscar. Snuffy had also intended to go, but unfortunately he misses first the bus and then the plane. The time spent in the airport turns out to be an adventure in itself. First, they have to pass through the metal detector, and Oscar has more metal in his can than anyone can believe. Then, Big Bird chats with the pilot and learns about the workings of a plane. He is surprised to discover that planes and birds have many similar 'body parts'. The sponsors for this particular episode are the letters B and P and the number 7.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy (as Buffy Sainte-Marie Wolfchild)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Frank (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Mr. Johnson / Jerry / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)

Richard Hunt ... (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie (voice) (uncredited)
Jim Thurman ... Airplane Pilot (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 36: Episode #9.36

16 January 1978
The Sesame Street gang visits Buffy Sainte-Marie at her home in Hawaii.
Keola Beamer ... Keola

Bill Cosby ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / City Hipster / Lost and Found Clerk / Elmo Mondiporg (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Herbert Birdsfoot / Farley (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy
Marilyn Sokol ... Country Girl (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)
John Williams III ... John-John

Sheldon Peters Wolfchild ... Sheldon

Season 9, Episode 37: Episode #9.37

17 January 1978
Today in Hawaii, the gang goes canoeing, learn how to count to ten in Hawaiian, listen to Keola play the nose flute, and taste poi for the first time. Meanwhile, Big Bird and Snuffy are on the hunt for Mount Snuffleupagus.
Keola Beamer ... Keola
Christopher Cerf ... Little Chrissy (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Green Alphabeat (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Jeff Moss ... Lavender Alphabeat (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Count von Count / The Hare (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / The Tortoise (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Count #3' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 9, Episode 38: Episode #9.38

18 January 1978
Big Bird and Snuffy continue their search for Mount Snuffleupagus and learn how to dance the Hawaiian hula. The others play Hawaiian games with the kids. Bob even makes a call home to Linda and says some sweet nothings in Hawaiian.
Keola Beamer ... Keola
Linda Bove ... Linda

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Herry Monster / Count / Announcer / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 9, Episode 39: Episode #9.39

19 January 1978
The folks are still in Hawaii and having a marvelous time. Big Bird and Snuffy are still on the hunt for Mount Ihu Papa'a Lo'ihi Nui, or, in plain English, Mount Snuffleupagus. Snuffy gets a chance to talk to his mommy on the phone, as well. Meanwhile, Oscar learns that the word "aloha" has several meanings (all pleasant ones, regrettably), the cast admires sea shells on the beach, and, to cap it all, Mr. Hooper even takes a crack at surfing! Today's show is sponsored by the letters G and K and by the number 5.
Keola Beamer ... Keola
Christopher Cerf ... Greaser (voice)

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Pokey / Flakey / Sneaky (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Bud Luckey ... Donnie Budd (voice)

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Mommy Snuffleupagus / Genie / George / Sparkey / Snookey / Drippy / Guardian Angel (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Harvey Kneeslapper / Aladdin / Snow White / Bert (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 9, Episode 40: Episode #9.40

20 January 1978
The gang throws a Hawaiian celebration of Cody's first birthday. Then it's time to go home. This time Snuffy doesn't miss the plane. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters C and G and by the number 6.

Season 9, Episode 51: Episode #9.51

6 February 1978
Today, Snuffy walks down the street and counts Big Bird's friends who fail to notice him. Then, journalist Headline Howie gets the scoop on Snuffy, using headlines that rhyme. Finally, Maria gives David a typewriter for his birthday.

Season 9, Episode 105: Episode #9.105

21 April 1978

Season 9, Episode 106: Episode #9.106

24 April 1978

Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Thomas Twiddlebug (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Timmy Twiddlebug / Gladys the Cow / Francine (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Tina Twiddlebug / Mervin / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Tessie Twiddlebug (voice)

Adam Savage ... Heathcliff (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 10


Season 10, Episode 1: Episode #10.1

27 November 1978
Sesame Street names its new Muppet dog "Barkley"; Comedian/pianist Victor Borge demonstrates high notes and low notes; actress Madeline Kahn sings, "Me, Me, Me"; Herry Monster learns "up" and "down" with John-John, and Ernie is fooled by a newspaper boy.

Richard Belzer ... Man in Row Boat #1

Victor Borge ... Himself
Linda Bove ... Linda / Chaplin's Reflection
Northern Calloway ... David
Dwight R.B. Cook ... Lead Singer 'Disco D' (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Brian Doyle-Murray ... Man in Row Boat #2
Michael Earl ... Mr. Snuffleupagus (Assistant)
Granoldo Frazier ... Backup Singer 'Disco D' (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Roberta (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Sully

Madeline Kahn ... Herself
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan
Kermit Love ... Willy

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Herry Monster / Mr. Snuffleupagus / Baby Rocky / Newsboy (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / Rocky's Mother (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #2' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Adam Savage ... Heathcliff (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (as Carroll Spinney)
John Williams III ... John-John

Season 10, Episode 14: Episode #10.14

14 December 1978


Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Fran Brill ... Lifeguard / Little Bird (voice)

Stockard Channing ... Mad Painter's Victim

Bill Cosby ... Himself
Peggy Fleming ... Herself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Bad Bart / Officer Stan / Carpenter / Mr. Jenkins (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Easter Bunny (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Anne Meara ... (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Sherlock Hemlock / Count von Count / Herry Monster / Mr. Chatterly / Lefty's Boss / Witch / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Cookie Monster / Bert / Lefty / Santa Claus (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 10, Episode 16: Episode #10.16

18 December 1978
Today, David leaves the Count in charge of Hooper's while he does deliveries. Unfortunately, the Count gets so carried away counting the groups the foods can be divided into that he forgets to do any work.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Lord Lester / The Baker / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Lady Lulu (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Bud Luckey ... Donnie Budd (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Biff / Simon Soundman / Young George Washington / Louie / News Flash Announcer / Herry / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Cookie Monster / Augustine Washington / Additional Anything Muppets (voice)

Richard Pryor ... Himself

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Alex Stevens ... The Baker (uncredited)

Season 10, Episode 72: Episode #10.72

6 March 1979
Today, someone new comes to Sesame Street: Telly Monster, a furry, pink creature with swirly eyes and an antennae coming out of his head. He is always glued to television and can never seem to think of anything but.
Northern Calloway ... David

Judy Collins ... Herself

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Bud Luckey ... Singer 'That's About the Size of It' (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Sleeping Beauty / 'Casey McPhee' Singer / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover / Prince Charming / Harvey Kneeslapper (voice)
Bob Payne ... Telly Monster (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #5' (voice)

Connor Quinn ... Connor

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Adam Savage ... Heathcliff (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 10, Episode 76: Episode #10.76

12 March 1979
Today, Herry Monster experiences difficulty reading signs that aren't directly in front of him, so Olivia takes him to see the eye doctor.
Linda Bove ... Linda

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Guy Smiley (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster / Mr. Snuffleupagus / Frazzle / Old Man with Cane / Announcer (voice)

Gary Owens ... Man with Letter I (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Cookie Monster / Train Engineer (voice)

Connor Quinn ... Connor

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Lily Tomlin ... Edith Ann

Season 10, Episode 100: Episode #10.100

13 April 1979
While exercising on the roof, Buffy, David, Gordon, and Luis find the door to the building locked. Worse yet, it has begun to rain. So they're trapped on the roof getting wetter by the minute, trying to get someone to come open the door.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Thomas Twiddlebug / Salvador Dada (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Timmy Twiddlebug (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob (voice)
Jeff Moss ... Low Singer (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Biff / Mr. Johnson / Tina Twiddlebug / High Singer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Tessie Twiddlebug (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Middle Singer (voice)

Buffy Sainte-Marie ... Buffy

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch / Lefty the Salesman (voice) (as Carroll Spinney)

Season 11


Season 11, Episode 1: Episode #11.1

26 November 1979
As "Sesame Street" starts its eleventh season, Maria is setting out on a big trip to her native country of Puerto Rico for her twenty-first birthday, and taking Olivia with her. Unbeknownst to her, but not to Olivia, the rest of her friends have secretly followed them to Central America to join the celebration. During the day, they keep recruiting the people they meet to pose as them and make Maria think she's seeing things. They don't ultimately make their presence known until the end of the day, when the party begins. The show is brought to you to today by the letter A and the number 2. While all the excitement in Puerto Rico is going on, Kermit the Frog is doing a news report on the elves and the shoemaker, and Edith Ann of "Rowan and Martin's Laugh-In" tells Herry Monster about what makes her proud. Little Jerry and the Monotones perform their big hit "Telephone Rock", Grover watches The Amazing Mumford perform a subtraction trick with pineapples, and Simon Soundman has trouble communicating with the owner of a music store that he wants to buy a trumpet. There are some memorable bits on animation in this episode too, such as the pinball count, with vocals from the Pointer Sisters, and the classic Madrigal Alphabet.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Marvin (music store owner) (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Osvaldo (assistant) / Telephone Operator (voice)
Noberto Kerner ... Osvaldo, el Gruñón (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... The Amazing Mumford / Simon Soundman / Little Jerry / News Flash Announcer / Herry (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / The Shoemaker (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)
Jim Thurman ... Arthur (voice)

Lily Tomlin ... Edith Ann

Season 11, Episode 12: Episode #11.12

11 December 1979

Season 11, Episode 59: 1364

14 February 1980
C-3PO and R2-D2 land in a space capsule to bring a message to Oscar the Grouch. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters J and Z and the number 4.

Daws Butler ... J Train Commentator (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David Robinson

Tristan Carrasco ... Herself

Anthony Daniels ... C-3PO

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Royal Fireman / Royal Cook (voice) (also archive footage)

Richard Hunt ... Muppet Performer (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa
Bob McGrath ... Bob (archive footage)
Brian Muehl ... Lothar the Grouch (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... The Hare / Royal Doctor / Royal Postman (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / The Tortoise / King (voice) (also archive footage)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Lena Horne ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)
Angella Kaye ... Angie (uncredited)

Frank Patton ... The Ant (uncredited)

Season 11, Episode 60: Episode #11.60

15 February 1980

Season 11, Episode 61: Episode #11.61

18 February 1980

Season 11, Episode 81: Episode #11.81

17 March 1980
C-3PO and R2-D2 of Star Wars fame are back for another visit to Sesame Street. As usual, R2's beeping way of communicating frustrates 3PO. Today's sponsors: the letters U and V and the number 2.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David

Anthony Daniels ... C-3PO (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Thomas Twiddlebug / Salvador Dada / Kermit (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Timmy Twiddlebug / Gladys the Cow (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Jeff Moss ... Low Singer (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Johnson / Biff / Tina Twiddlebug / High Singer / Super Grover Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Tessie Twiddlebug / Harvey Kneeslapper (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)

Season 12


Season 12, Episode 1: Big Bird Goes to School

24 November 1980
Papa and Baby Bear have their own way of doing things when they're at home, but when Papa comes to preschool for the day he sees that their rules are different. At first he's embarrassed, but Baby Bears tells him that there's a first time for everything - even rules. Grammy award-winning artist Ed Sheeran sings "I Live in Two Worlds."
Michael Earl ... Forgetful Jones (voice)

Itzhak Perlman ... Himself
Angella Kaye ... Angie (uncredited)

Season 12, Episode 2: Episode #12.2

25 November 1980
Today, two new people visit the street: the Count's fifth cousin, Countess von Dahling, who makes it rain whenever she counts, and Cowboy X, now in Muppet form, who learns that X is actually a letter of the "al-fee-bet".
Linda Bove ... Linda

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Michael Earl ... Cowboy X / Leslie Mostly / Red Monster Surgeon (singing) / Monster Patient (voice) (as Michael Davis)
Suzanne Farrell ... Herself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Guy Smiley (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster / Don Music / Gladys the Cow (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan
Kermit Love ... Willy

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Countess von Dahling / Barkley / Red Monster Surgeon (speaking) (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Two-Headed Monster / The Amazing Mumford / Sherlock Hemlock / Herry Monster / Cinderella / Announcer (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Cookie Monster / Bert / Prince Charming / Grover (voice)
Karen Prell ... Masha / Green Monster Surgeon (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Jean Shepherd ... All Characters in 'Cowboy X' segment (voice)

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #2' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 12, Episode 3: Episode #12.3

26 November 1980

Christopher Cerf ... Bruce Stringbean (voice)

Kevin Clash ... Max (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Michael Earl ... Poco Loco (voice) (as Michael Davis)

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Harvey Monster (voice)

Gregory Hines ... Himself

Maurice Hines ... Himself

Richard Hunt ... Maurice Monster (voice)
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster / Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Red Monster / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Cookie Monster / Bert (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 12, Episode 4: Episode #12.4

27 November 1980


Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Michael Earl ... Poco Loco (voice) (as Michael Davis)

Jim Henson ... Guy Smiley / Ernie (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster / Bushman Bill / Countess von Dahling / Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Two-Headed Monster / Biff / Announcer (voice)
Chet O'Brien ... Mr. Macintosh

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Gary Owens ... 'H for Hello' Cartoon (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Mother Goose (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 12, Episode 5: Linda Returns from Japan

28 November 1980
Linda is back from a trip to Japan with the National Theatre of the Deaf and she tells her friends all about her experience.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Fran Brill ... Monotone (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David
Damaris Carbaugh ... Fruta Manzana / Female Billingual Singer (singing voice)

Judy Collins ... Herself

Emilio Delgado ... Captain Under-Wonder (Luis)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Harvey Monster (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster / Tall Grey Monster (voice)
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Two-Headed Monster / Little Jerry / Short Red Monster / Monkey Flip Counter (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Thin Green Monster (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #6' (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'There's a Bird on Me' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar / Monotone (voice)

Season 12, Episode 8: Episode #12.8

3 December 1980


Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Christopher Cerf ... Back-up Singing Doctor (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Michael Earl ... Poco Loco / Leslie Mostly (voice)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster / Gladys the Cow / Francine (voice)
Brian Muehl ... The Countess (voice)
Thad Mumford ... Dr. Thad (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... The Count / Two-Headed Monster / Mr. Johnson / Mervin / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover (voice)

Richard Pryor ... Himself

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)

Lily Tomlin ... Herself

Henry Winkler ... Fonzie

Season 12, Episode 9: Episode #12.9

4 December 1980

Linda Bove ... Linda
Michael Earl ... Mr. Snuffleupagus (voice) (as Michael Davis)

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Tony (voice)

Lena Horne ... Herself
Will Lee ... Mr. Hooper
Loretta Long ... Susan
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster / Pearl (voice)
Kathryn Mullen ... Imaginative Girl (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Jerry / Herry Monster (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Frank / Grover / Monsters Flanking Tony (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #10' (voice)
Karen Prell ... Deena (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Touch, Hold, Feel' and 'Somebody Come and Play' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)
Jim Thurman ... Lost Man (voice)

Season 12, Episode 10: Episode #12.10

5 December 1980
Deena is spending the night with Maria- and boy does Maria have her work cut out for her!

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Michael Earl ... Sally Sanchez (voice) (as Michael Davis)
James Galway ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Fat Blue Witch (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster / Green Witch (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Dr. Nobel Price (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Herbert Birdsfoot / Two-Headed Monster / Lavender Witch / Big Bad Wolf (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Pig (voice)
Karen Prell ... Deena (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #7' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird (voice)

Season 12, Episode 11: Episode #12.11

8 December 1980

Linda Bove ... Linda

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jose Feliciano ... Himself (as José Feliciano)

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Johnson / Two-Headed Monster / Super Grover Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster (voice)

Adam Savage ... Heathcliff (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 12, Episode 15: Episode #12.15

12 December 1980
Big Bird joins his friends for a picnic up on the roof. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters O and Q and by the number 5.

Season 12, Episode 49: Episode #12.49

29 January 1981

Season 12, Episode 130: During a Heat Wave, Oscar Finds He Has No One to Bother. Later, Fred Rogers of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood Judges a Race Between Big Bird and Snuffy.

22 May 1981
The cast tries to keep out of the blazing hot sun. Big Bird tries to find someone to judge a race between himself and Snuffy, and ends up finding a very special visitor to the street.

Season 13


Season 13, Episode 44: Episode #13.44

21 January 1982

Season 13, Episode 72: Episode #13.72

2 March 1982


Season 14


Season 14, Episode 1: Episode #14.1

22 November 1982
Today Big Bird goes off for a week to Camp Echo Rock. After saying a tearful goodbye to his friends, he gets on a bus to the camp, where he meets his counselor, Mickey, and a boy named Rusty, with whom he makes friends. When they arrive, they are both assigned to Cabin #10. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letter D and the number 2.

Season 14, Episode 2: Episode #14.2

23 November 1982
Big Bird wakes up to his first day at Camp Echo Rock. He learns how to play baseball and even hits a home run. Later on, he writes a letter home to Maria- at the same time as she writes one to him. At dinner he eats some foods he's never tried before. That night, at bedtime, he misses his friends on Sesame Street and cries until he feels better. This episode is sponsored by the letters C and V and by the number 3.

Season 14, Episode 3: Episode #14.3

24 November 1982
The day at Camp Echo Rock opens with an inspection on the cleanliness of the cabins. Then, Big Bird learns how to swim and paddle a canoe. He even gets a huge postcard from Snuffy. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters H and Y and by the number 8.
Christopher Cerf ... Lavender Monotone (voice)

Giancarlo Esposito ... Mickey

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Sinister Sam (voice)
Jeff Moss ... Big Jeffy (voice)
Brian Muehl ... Rusty / Telly Monster (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Little Jerry / Mr. Johnson / Pumpkin Monotone (voice)

Gary Owens ... 'H for Hello' Cartoon (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Aunt May, the Camp Director

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Greg Herman ... Little Kid (voice) (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 4: Episode #14.4

25 November 1982
Big Bird and his fellow campers go on a hike through the woods, where they spend the night under the stars and learn the official Camp Echo Rock song. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters J and Y and by the number 4.

Bill Cosby ... Himself

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Giancarlo Esposito ... Mickey

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Villager (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster / Bear / Villager (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Brian Muehl ... Rusty / Telly Monster (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Biff / Two-Headed Monster / Mr. Johnson / Herry Monster / Barry Rhymie / Boy Who Cried Monster / Villager (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster / Larry Rhymie / Villager (voice)
Bob Payne ... Mary Rhymie (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Count #4' (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'There's a Bird on Me' and 'Flying' (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Aunt May, the Camp Director

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)
John Williams III ... John-John

Greg Herman ... Little Kid (voice) (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 5: Episode #14.5

26 November 1982
Big Bird is given an award as the camp's best swimmer. Then it's time to go home. After bidding his new friends goodbye, he is surprised to learn that Rusty lives just around the corner. He returns to find a welcome home sign in his nesting area that Snuffy made for him. This episode's sponsors are the letters V and W and the number 5.
Northern Calloway ... David

Kevin Clash ... Lead Big Kid (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis
Michael Earl ... Big Kid (voice)

Giancarlo Esposito ... Mickey

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Willy Nilly (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria / Chaplin
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Rusty / Kid with Popcorn (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Big Bad Wolf / Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Cookie Monster / Pig (voice)
Karen Prell ... Big Kid (voice)
Martin P. Robinson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus (voice)
Marilyn Sokol ... Aunt May, the Camp Director

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)
Jim Thurman ... Alphabet Guy (voice)

Stevie Wonder ... Himself

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Greg Herman ... Little Kid (voice) (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 31: Episode #14.31

3 January 1983
Bob has a lot of music lessons to give today: flute lessons for Gordon, singing lessons for the Two-Headed Monster, piano lessons for Biff and Sully, and violin lessons for the kids. Oscar even asks him to give brass instrument lessons to some of his pets. Today's sponsors are the letters R and Z and the number 9.

Victor Borge ... Himself
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)

Hal Dion ... Street Performer, People In Your Neighborhood

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Sully / Two-Headed Monster (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Chaplin
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Grungetta / Telly Monster / Taxi Driver McGillicuddy (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Two-Headed Monster / Biff / Count von Count / Herry Monster / Dr. Livingstone (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert (voice)
Martin P. Robinson ... Firefighter Jackson (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice)
John Williams III ... John-John

Season 14, Episode 76: Episode #14.76

7 March 1983
Today, Forgetful Jones wants to welcome the viewers, but he can't seem to remember the name of the street. It takes him all day to figure it out. Today's sponsors are the letters L and R and the number 3.

Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Christopher Cerf ... Mick Swagger (voice)

Stockard Channing ... Mad Painter's Victim

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Forgetful Jones (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Simon Soundman / Little Miss Muffet / Farley / News Flash Announcer / Herry Monster (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Mailman / The Colonel Explorer (voice)
Bob Payne ... Cobblestone Guitarist (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Trying and Trying Again' and 'Three is My Favorite Number' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Martin P. Robinson ... Buster the Horse (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 14, Episode 95: Episode #14.95

1 April 1983
Today, Snuffy brings his toaster to the Fix-It Shop, to Maria's shock. Then, his Hawaiian cousin, Abigail, comes to the street, brought over by Dr. Nobel Price, who thinks she's a new creature called a Shagaphant.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Fran Brill ... Polly Darton (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Guy Smiley (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Gladys the Cow (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Fly (voice)

Shola Lynch ... Shola

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Brian Muehl ... Dr. Nobel Price (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Mr. Chatterly / Pig #2 / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Pigs #1 and 3 (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Martin P. Robinson ... Aloysius Snuffleupagus / Abigail Snuffleupagus (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)

James Taylor ... Himself

Season 15


Season 15, Episode 4: Episode #15.4

24 November 1983
Big Bird draws pictures of his friends and wants to give them to him. When he gets to Mr. Hooper's picture, they remind him that Mr. Hooper died, and they must explain what death is.
Northern Calloway ... David Robinson

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez / Chaplin
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa / Chaplin
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon Robinson

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia Robinson (as Alaina Reed)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird (voice)
Micki Barnett ... Micki
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)
Clem Cheung
John Henderson ... Mr. Williams

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Forgetful Jones (voice)

Madeline Kahn ... Herself

Bud Luckey ... Singer 'That's About the Size of It' (voice)
Mary Miller ... Mrs. Williams
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster / Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster / Frazzle / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Cookie Monster (voice)
John Williams III ... John-John

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 15, Episode 10: Episode #15.10

2 December 1983
While playing with his teddy bear, Newton, Dr. Nobel Price observes that when he drops him, he falls down rather than up or to the side. Olivia then explains the laws of gravity to him.

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Guy Smiley (voice)

Gregory Hines ... Himself

Maurice Hines ... Himself

Richard Hunt ... Gilbert / Don Music / Lead Beetle (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Dr. Nobel Price / Barkley (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... The Count / Herry Monster / Mr. Johnson / Newsboy / Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Everybody Sleeps' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Martin P. Robinson ... Sullivan (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch / Big Bird (voice)

Season 15, Episode 23: Episode #15.23

21 December 1983


Cab Calloway ... Himself
Northern Calloway ... David
Edward G. Christie ... Fred the Horse (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Guy Smiley / Sinister Sam (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Captain Vegetable / Gladys the Cow / Two-Headed Monster (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Two-Headed Monster / Librarian / Announcer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Cookie Monster (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #2' (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'There's a Bird on Me' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Martin P. Robinson ... Buster the Horse (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 16


Season 16, Episode 20: Episode #16.20

14 December 1984


Morgan Strebler ... Kid

Gabriel Velez ... Osvaldo the Grouch

Season 16, Episode 71: Episode #16.71

25 February 1985

Season 16, Episode 93: Episode #16.93

27 March 1985

Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster (voice)

Casey Kasem ... Blue Man in 'Q for Quarter' Cartoon (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Two-Headed Monster / Fred the Wonder Horse (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Cookie Monster / Bert (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #12' (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'What Do You Do With a Pet?' (voice)
Martin P. Robinson ... Snuffy (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 16, Episode 94: Episode #16.94

28 March 1985
Petey break dances, and then Oscar shows him how Fluffy the elephant does it. Meanwhile, Maria tells Big Bird about the jobs she has held since graduating from high school. Today's sponsors are the letters E and R and the number 7.
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David
Eddie Castrodad ... Petey

Emilio Delgado ... Luis (also archive footage)

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie / Purple Boy (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Construction Foreman / Count von Count / Herry Monster / News Flash Anouncer (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Green Girl (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar (voice)

James Taylor ... Himself
John Williams III ... John-John

Sally Ride ... Herself (archive footage) (uncredited)

Season 16, Episode 108: Episode #16.108

17 April 1985
Petey wonders about the origin of the name of the store on Sesame Street, so Big Bird and Maria tell him about the late Mr. Hooper. Then, Telly plays a game at Oscar's can, trying to figure out the scrambled word on a sign.

Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Northern Calloway ... David
Eddie Castrodad ... Petey
Suzanne Farrell ... Herself

Jim Henson ... Ernie (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Jerry Nelson ... Herry Monster / Count von Count / Two-Headed Monster (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #9' (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Touch, Hold, Feel' and 'Peanut Butter' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Martin P. Robinson ... Telly Monster (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 17


Season 17, Episode 1: Episode #17.1

18 November 1985
Big Bird is determined to prove to the adults that Mr. Snuffleupagus is real.

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon Robinson
Micki Barnett ... Micki
Linda Bove ... Linda
Northern Calloway ... David
Eddie Castrodad ... Petey

Kevin Clash ... Elmo / Straw-house Pig / Kid with Pencil (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis Rodriguez

Phil Donahue ... Himself

Jim Henson ... Kermit the Frog / Ernie (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Brick-house Pig / Two-Headed Monster (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan Robinson

Sonia Manzano ... Maria Figueroa

Bill McCutcheon ... Uncle Wally

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Two-Headed Monster / Herry Monster / Big Bad Wolf / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Grover / Bert / Cookie Monster (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Dressed Up' & 'Peanut Butter' (voice)
Martin P. Robinson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Stick-house Pig (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Lily Tomlin ... Edith Ann

Tatyana Ali ... Tatyana (uncredited)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 17, Episode 27: Episode #17.27

24 December 1985
Big Bird and Snuffy are planning to go on a picnic when Big Bird finds Gordon and Susan preparing for when they adopt Miles and decides to help. Snuffy, who didn't know about Miles, thinks he's replacing him as Big Bird's best friend.
Fran Brill ... Jungle Girl (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Kevin Clash ... Hoots the Owl (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / City Boy / Kermit the Frog (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster / Counting Service Man / Eskimo Boy (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob

John Moschitta Jr. ... Man with Long-Named Baby
Kathryn Mullen ... Young Frog (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... The Count / Two-Headed Monster / Mr. Johnson (voice)

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'There's a Bird on Me' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia
Martin P. Robinson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus / Manolo (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Kermit the Frog ... Himself (uncredited)

Season 17, Episode 28: Episode #17.28

25 December 1985
Susan and Gordon bring home their new son, Miles. Big Bird and Telly worry that the new parents may run out of love for them and use it all on Miles, the way they can sometimes run out of birdseed.
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)

Cab Calloway ... Himself (archive footage)
Northern Calloway ... David

Kevin Clash ... Elmo (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Roberta (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Two-Headed Monster (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Bob McGrath ... Bob
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Two-Headed Monster / Baby Rocky (voice)
Miles Orman ... Miles

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Rocky's Mother / Grover (voice)

The Pointer Sisters ... Singers 'Pinball Number Count #6' (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'What Are Kids Called?' (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)
Martin P. Robinson ... Irvine / Telly Monster (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Tatyana Ali ... Tatyana (uncredited)

Season 17, Episode 29: Episode #17.29

26 December 1985
Susan and Gordon are now parents. They baby-proof their apartment so Miles doesn't hurt anything or get hurt himself. Then they try to get him to sleep, and their friends stop by to witness the baby in slumber. But then, Oscar shows up.
George Benson ... Himself
Fran Brill ... Prairie Dawn (voice)
Northern Calloway ... David

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Thomas Twiddlebug (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Timmy Twiddlebug / Brad (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria
Brian Muehl ... Telly Monster (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Mr. Johnson / Tina Twiddlebug / Librarian (voice)
Miles Orman ... Miles

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Bert / Grover / Tessie Twiddlebug (voice)

Alaina Reed-Hall ... Olivia (as Alaina Reed)

Grace Slick ... Singer 'Jazz #8' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Big Bird / Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 17, Episode 30: Episode #17.30

27 December 1985
Today, Susan's parents pay a visit to see their new grandson, Miles, for the first time. And Snuffy donates some sand from Hawaii for the sandbox Maria and the kids are building. Today's sponsors are the letters G and K and the number 9.

Bill Cobbs ... Lee
Frances Foster ... Dorothy

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Guy Smiley (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Baby Bobby (voice)
Loretta Long ... Susan

Sonia Manzano ... Maria

Jerry Nelson ... The Amazing Mumford / Newsboy (voice)
Miles Orman ... Miles

Roscoe Orman ... Gordon

Frank Oz ... Grover / Cookie Monster / Bert (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'Touch, Hold, Feel' and 'I'm an Aardvark' (voice)
Martin P. Robinson ... Mr. Snuffleupagus (voice)

Season 17, Episode 64: Episode #17.64

13 February 1986
Today, Oscar is visited by Miss Blechman, a former teacher of his, who has come by to see how well he's stuck to the lessons she taught him back in the day. She is also old friends with Uncle Wally. Today's sponsors: N, Z and 9.
14 Karat Soul ... Themselves

Paul Benedict ... The Mad Painter
Linda Bove ... Linda

Kevin Clash ... Miss Blechman (voice)

Emilio Delgado ... Luis

Jim Henson ... Ernie / Kermit the Frog / Guy Smiley (voice)

Richard Hunt ... Baby Bobby (voice)

Sonia Manzano ... Maria

Bill McCutcheon ... Uncle Wally
Bob McGrath ... Bob

Anne Meara ... (voice)
Brian Muehl ... Captain Breakfast (voice)

Jerry Nelson ... Count von Count / Christopher Columbus / Harry / News Flash Announcer (voice)

Frank Oz ... Bert / Cookie Monster / Grover (voice)
Joe Raposo ... Singer 'There's a Bird on Me' (voice)

Caroll Spinney ... Oscar the Grouch (voice)

Season 17, Episode 78: