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D'Snowth Sesame Reviews: Issue 37, Volume 2006

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by D'Snowth, Aug 7, 2006.

  1. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    From what I read about this season's episode guide posted by my trusted Muppets source, MuppetDude... Yes, there'll be probably three Healthy Storytime moments.
    The one with Hansel and Gretel is the one I have my gravest reservations/concern about how they plan to change the story.
  2. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the info Count!
  3. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    No review again today. After school class again.
  4. Beauregard

    Beauregard Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the reveiws Snowth! For those who don't have TV's or are not in america, it's a fabulous source of information!
  5. Ilikemuppets

    Ilikemuppets New Member

    Well Mile and Gaby graduated for high school today.
  6. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Well, I'll be able to catch it today, thank goodness! So it looks like Tuesday and Thursday I can't review.
  7. Ilikemuppets

    Ilikemuppets New Member

    Yeah, that's a good thing!
  8. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    D'Snowth's Sesame Review:

    Sesame Street Episode 4113 (I think...)

    First Things First: I see there's the return of "Today on Sesame Street..." bit.

    Street Scene: The giant orange dinosaur, previously un-named arrives at Sesame Street, now named Herbivore "Herb" the Plant Eater. His first stop is at Hooper's Store, where he learns what a salad is when he sees Alan make one for Gordon. Herb then eats the salad, and runs off to learn some more. He then finds Rosita and Zoe on the stoop with a baby doll. I sadly didn't get to see this part too much, but I remember him saying something about sticks, and then later saying he learned about taking turns. He then pops over at Big Bird's nest where he, Elmo, and the Birdkateers sing the alphabet song, where Herb wants to join in. Later, Herb finds Slimey and Oscar, with Oscar saying he can't play with Slimey at the moment, so Herb decides to let Slimey ride on his back for fun. Everyone tells Gordon about seeing the dinosaur, but he doesn't believe them - almost kinda like Snuffy when he was invisible - until Gordon sees Herb stomping down the street with Slimey on his back.
    Ilikemuppets, I thought you said Miles and Gabi were graduating today?

    Other New Bits: I kinda liked "The Breakfast Club" bit with Miles, Elmo, and some anything muppets.

    Long Time, No Sees: Although I never saw this before, I enjoyed the "Caveperson Days" with Frank and Jim's Bert and Ernie where Ernie was the drum-playing caveperson son forgetting to do his trash taking chores, making caveperson dad Bert mad.

    Overall Rating: Well, I didn't really get to see all of today's episode, as things were going on as I was trying to watch, but what I DID see was pretty good. Not alot of new bits today, but happily there was a classic bit today, so that makes up for it. So, I guess I'll give this episode 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8 stars, ah-ah-ah!
  9. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Herb was telling Zoe and Rosita how back in his day, him and his friends got into similar arguments over wanting to play with sticks. The problem got resolved, and then a song followed finishing that part of the street scene.
    Can expound on it in my thoughts in the other SS Season 37 comments thread.
  10. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    How come they're showing a re-run today? Are they going to air season 37 like they did season 36?
  11. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Believe me... Made me as upset as you buddy. From what I hoid... There'll be some new episodes in November, at least that's what they're planning for the purported Gina Adopts a Baby episode.
    Rully hope we still get some Season 37 episodes this week, even if it's on this demented 3-2 or 2-3 repeat lineup.
  12. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Aw man...NO ONE'S airing anything on a regular basis anymore! We've been on a 6 month hiatus waiting for ABC Family to finish airing the rest of this season on Whose Line!
  13. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Tell me about it. And now ABC Family's making some big to do about their jettix lineup's last Saturday this weekend?
    All I hope for is they don't do away with the morning lineup, that's the only place where we can get all the seasons of Power Rangers on Power Ranger Generations. ToonDisney just jumps from ZO to Ninja Storm.

    Think the only thing that can cure this is... New episode of SS Season 37 tomorrow, and new episode of T*K*O today.
  14. Big Bird Fan

    Big Bird Fan Member

    Sorry, but unfortunately Jetix is leaving ABC Family. They never liked having the block in the first place, and so they're getting rid of it to make the channel how they want it. You can only see Jetix on Toon Disney now.

    And to keep this on topic, the only new Sesame Street episodes this week will be on Tuesday and Thursday.
  15. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    Crap it! I've got after-school clases those days!!!:grouchy: :grouchy: :grouchy:

    No review THIS week looks like!
  16. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Great... There go my hopes of completing all the missing seasons of Power Rangers. And that's what I thought would happen when 4089 of SS aired this morning. At least now I know to get up early tomorrow and Thursday.
  17. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    PBS must have decided to act like anangel of mercy, because the new Sesame Street today had an extra airing early this morning, so I was able to watch it, and now it's time for: D'Snowth's Sesame Review:

    Sesame Street Episode 4114

    First Things First: Still doing that "Today on Sesame Street..." bit. I find it somewhat annoying.

    Street Scene: Elmo meets up with Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, who are on their way to Sesame Street, which they finally make it thanks to Elmo letting them know that's where they were. All goes well with their theme song "We Are the Seven Dwarves", until one Dwarf gets a call-back on a part as a bread crumb in Hansel and Gretel. Trying to ignore the fact, Snow White continues, but Elmo has to point out that they are now only six dwarves. The song is changed to "We Are the Six Dwarves", until one is offended by the other's cheesy stench since he has cheese in his shoes. They both leave, and once again, Snow White tries to ignore that and move on, but Elmo has to point out there are now only 4 dwarves. So, the song is now "We Are the Four Dwarves". Three more leave: one because of dizzy spells, one because he back is itching and left his back-scratcher at home, and the other because he has gas. That leaves only one dwarf singing "I Am the One Dwarf", until he keeps falling down and tripping over himself. Now dwarfless, the aggrivated Snow White wants to quit, until Elmo comes up with a plan: he has Alan, and six other kids from Hooper's Store fill in as pretend dwarves, so it's back to singing "We Are the Seven Dwarves".

    Celebrity Guest Star: So, ugh...who played Snow White?

    Letter of the Day: Prairie Dawn demonstrated words that begin with "O", including "oatmeal", making Cookie Monster crave oatmeal cookies, and ends up eating the letter O.

    Elmo's World: Finally, another new one as we look in on Elmo's World of Penguins.

    Long Time, No See's: They had Animals in the Elevator song (the going down one), and the catchy golden oldie "Somebody Say Toothpaste" song. Remember when Maria (doing voice-over) goes looking for triangles hidden in the city? Well she was looking for circles today. Also, they had "The Aligator King" playing during the Number of the Day part.

    Overall Rating: Very amusing episode today. I was hoping for some more new skits and bits today, but was a bit disappointed, but there was quite a little few of old, if not completely "classic" bits on today, so I give today's new episode: 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10 stars, ah-ah-ah!
  18. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Uh Snowth... Few things...
    Plural of "dwarf" is "dwarves", though in some circles "dwarfs" is somewhat acceptable.
    Thanks for reminding me the Animal Department Store and María searching for circles were included in this episode.
    If you're looking for new bits, there was a song from either Season 35 or 36, with Steve's Ernie and Frank's Bert singing "It's A Circle".
    The version of the Animal Department Store song/animation they showed was the one where all the animals got subtracted, after they got off on their individual floors, from 10 to 0. Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought that one was where the elevator went up to the top floor where the two kittens get off. The song/animation where the elevator goes down is the one where the animals get back on adding from 0 to 10, finally reaching the ground floor where they all leave the building.

    Regarding the street story... When Alan and the kids fill in for the dwarves, Snow White says refering to Alan: "Isn't he a bit tall to be a dwarf?"
    Reminded me of the Whose Line News Flash segment where Ryan's the eight dwarf... Gangly.
    Snow White ain't that white any more if you catch my drift...
    Funny bit.

    Look forward to next review of yours.
  19. D'Snowth

    D'Snowth Well-Known Member

    There was also a Questions Only bit where Wayne was supposedly one of the dwafves (because he talks about him and "the other six" kicking butt), then in walks Ryan asking "you the one who put the ad in the paper for a new dwarf?"

    Funny stuff.
  20. The Count

    The Count Moderator Staff Member

    Don't think I've seen that one. But it leads to one of the things I've always wanted to see on Whose Line...
    You know the game Superheroes? Every time they start with Colinn as the first player, I'm always screaming for him to be named Captain Questions Only!


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