Okay let me preface this by saying i'm a total "script geek" - i love to collect scripts of Henson/Muppet shows (and other fave shows as well). I have yet to acquire any Sesame scripts though so i was overjoyed to see Louise Gikow's 40th anniversary book include a healthy number of script pages! But one thing has me scratching my head in total bewilderement. Throughout the book, passages from bits are identified as "Segment #(x)-(x)" and i'm confused as to what the numbers mean. I'm guessing the first number is the season number and the second number reflects how many inserts were taped within that season and which number they're up to (since it gets pretty high - above the number of episodes). But here's what i don't understand. On pages 46 and 47 there's a mini-transcript of the "Ernie and Bert: Rain" insert on pg. 46 - and a mini-transcript of "Bert's Nap" on pg. 47 ... and BOTH are identified as "Segment #0001-0286 despite being two totally seperate sketches. So my initial thought upon seeing that is maybe the "286" refers to a single taping session (taped on the same day) - but waitaminnit - unless there was a "redo" of "Bert's Nap" they couldn't have been taped at the same time since "Bert's Nap" was a season one sketch and it's obvious from the puppets used that "Rain" was taped for season two! I'm concluding that both of these being labeled "0001-0286" is a typo/oversight that slipped into the final printing of the book? At any rate - how DOES that numbering indeed work?