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Potential Idea for a 40th Anniversary Special DVD Release

Discussion in 'Sesame Merchandise' started by minor muppetz, Apr 19, 2008.

  1. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    I have recently thought of an idea for a great four-disc 40th anniversary DVD set. I've actually thought of it a few days ago, and thought about waiting until next april fools day to post a gag thread, but decided that I can't wait until then (and we'll probably already know what's planned for the 40th anniversary by then anyway).

    But how about a four-disc set with each disc focusing on a different decade? It could be caled "Four Decades of Sesame Street", and each disc could be filled with inserts from each decade, and a handful of special features. Disc 1 would be 1969-1979, disc 2 would be 1979-1989, disc 3 would be 1989-1999, and disc four would be 1999-2009.

    Well, I don't have much time to talk about what I've thought up for this set now, so I'll post more of my ideas later. But what do you all think?
  2. Colbynfriends

    Colbynfriends Active Member

    That sounds cool, kind of like Old School meets New School meets Sesame Street.
    :wisdom::p:(
    Like they say in Muppets Celebrate Jim Henson, Fly with it!
  3. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Somehow I have a feeling that if a four-disc release was released with each disc focusing on a certain decade, then the majority of fans would watch the first two discs more than the other two. Or that the kids watching would only want to watch discs 3 and 4.

    I had some ideas for special features. For disc 1, I would include This Way to Sesame Street and the original cut of the pitch reel (maybe with a special introduction, and at the end a special note that the second cut can be found on Old School Volume 1). And in addition to those, a featurette on how it all began. Plus tributes to Jon Stone, Matt Robinson, and Joe Raposo.

    Disc 2's featurettes would include a feature on the various Muppets (with special sections devoted to, in order, Big Bird, Oscar, Ernie and Bert, Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, The Count, Zoe, Telly, Mr. Snuffleupagus, Herry, Abby Cadabby, Roosevelt Franklin, Forgetful Jones, Sherlock Hemlock, Prairie Dawn, Hoots, and Kermit) and a featurette on the human cast (with sections devoted to Gordon, Susan, Maria, Luis, Bob, Mr. Hooper, David, Gina, Linda, Olivia, Mr. Handford, Ruthie, Alan, and Chris), plus tributes to Will Lee, Joe Raposo, and Jim Henson.

    Disc 3's featurettes would include featurettes on "around the corner" and "Elmo's World", plus tributes to Richard Hunt, Northern Calloway and Jeff Moss.

    Disc 4's featurettes would include featurettes on the format change and the Muppet performers (with sections devoted to Jim Henson, Frank Oz, Caroll Spinney, Kevin Clash, Fran Brill, Jerry Nelson, Richard Hunt, Martin Robinson, Carmen Osbahr, David Rudman, and maybe Eric Jacobson, Steve Whitmire, Matt Vogel, and Leslie Cararra), plus tributes to Michael Jeter and Jim Thurman.

    Of course, some of those tributes might make some of the featurettes a bit redundant.
  4. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    I have thought up a few differnet ideas of what sketches to include and how to include them.

    This is one of my ideas for disc 1, which would be the 1969-1979 disc.

    Ernie and Bert
    • Ice Cube Collection
    • Bert's Bottlecaps
    • Ernie Locks Bert Out
    • Ernie Imagines Him and Bert with Different Personalities
    • One and One Make Two
    • I'm Square
    • The Toothbrush Invention
    • Bert and Maria Imagine Flying
    • Ernie and the U Salesman
    • Who Ate Bert's Cookies?
    • Bert Gets Lost at the Beach
    • Ernie and Cookie Monster: Same and Different

    Grover
    • Near and Far
    • Super Grover: Boxes
    • Proud of Me
    • Grover and John-John Count to 20
    • Grover the Waiter: The Big Hamburger
    • Nosewarmer Salesman
    • Marshall Grover: Back and Front
    • Grover's Elevador: In and Out
    • Kermit and Grover: Yes Sign
    • Frazzle's Emotions
    • Mumford's Suspension Act
    • Still We Like Each Other

    Cookie Monster
    • The Magic Sunglasses
    • Bus Stop Sign
    • Herbert Birdsfoot's Cookie Test
    • Cookie Monster at the Carnival
    • Mmmonster Meal
    • Rhymes with Buy
    • Cookie Monster and the Count Count and Eat Cookies
    • The Ballad of Casey McPhee
    • Mumford's Cookie Trick
    • Ernie and the Cookie Bunny

    Kermit the Frog
    • The Most Marbles
    • Bear Excersizes
    • Kermit Counts Twiddlebugs
    • Sesame Street News: The Count Counts the Three Little Pigs
    • Don Music writes Whistle, Whistle
    • Bein' Green with Lena Horne
    • Earmuffs Salesman
    • Kermit's B Lecture
    • Kermit, Shola, and Fanny: Next To
    • Sesame Street News: Pinnocchio
    • Sesame Street News: In Search of Cinderella
    • Kermit and Grover: Heavy and Light
    • Feet Lecture
    • This Frog

    The Count
    • The Count Counts Blocks
    • Grover Serves The Count
    • Count Up to Nine
    • The Count Sleeps Over - Part 1
    • The Count Sleeps Over - Part 2
    • The Count and Ingrid Count to 20
    • The Count's Mail

    Roosevelt Franklin
    • Roosevelt Franklin's Days of the Week
    • Same Sound Brown
    • Poision
    • Great Black people
    • Roosevelt Franklin Spells His Name
    • The Dog and Bone Story

    Guy Smiley
    • Pick Your Pet
    • What's My Part?: Foot
    • The Anything-in-the-Whole-Wide-World Prize Game
    • The Remembering Game
    • What's My Letter?
    • The Weather Show

    The Humans
    • The Original People in Your Neighborhood
    • What's the Name of That Song?
    • One of These Things (the version shown in the Street We Live On timeline sequence)
    • Kermit and Bob: The Alphabet
    • Crossover O
    • Cripple Creek
    • If Your Happy and You Know It
    • The Cursed Prince

    Supporting Muppets
    • Harvey Kneeslapper: B Joke
    • Biff and Sully Share Chocolate Milk
    • I Can't Help It
    • Sherlock Hemlock: S
    • Professor Hastings: U
    • Herbert Birdsfot: M and W
    • Farley Buys a Hat
    • Little Bird: Imagination Game
    • Mad
    • Count it Higher
    • The Golden An
    • Twiddlebugs: Getting Outside

    Other Elements
    • Henson #1
    • Typewriter: O-owl
    • Consonate Sounds: Cat
    • I'm Pretty
    • Surprise
    • Billy Jo Jive: Money Mystery
    • The Sound of the Letter A
    • Henson 1-2-3-4-5
    • Henson Z Claymation
    • Buddy and Jim: Moving an Ironing Board
    • Near and Far with Alice Braitwaite Goodyshoes
    • The Geefle and the Gonk
    • Larry and Phyllis: Envelopes
    • There's a Hole in the Bucket
    • The King's Nose
    • Poverty X
    • Tooth Pageant
    • Nobody
    • Ringmaster #6
    • Mad Painter #7
    • Candy Man
    • Pinball Number Count #8
    • Addmiral Bird
    • Everyone Likes Ice Cream
    • Jazz #6
    • Six Snails
    • Everybody Eats
    • Old Paper into New Paper
    • The King Banishes the Letter P
    • The Boy, the Girl, and the Jellybeans - part 1
    • The Boy, the Girl, and the Jellybeans - part 2
    • The Boy, the Girl, and the Jellybeans - part 3
    • Nancy the Nanny Goat
    • Sign Cartoon: School
    • Garbage Man Blues Song
    • Miss Muffet Play

    I'll post my ideal discs 2-4 contents (in this format) later.
  5. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Oh, rats. I forgot to include sketches with Wally and Ralph, George the Farmer, Julius and Jasper, and Christopher Clumsy on that first disc. And the original Sing and Somebody Come and Play. And James Earl Jones reciting the alphabet.

    Anyway, this is what I'd do for disc 2.

    Ernie and Bert
    • In Search of Dr. Livingstone
    • I Wish I Had a Friend to Play with Me
    • Bert's Show and Tell Rock
    • Dance Myself to Sleep
    • Ernie Loves His Boat
    • Ernie and Bert's Snowman
    • D-U-C-K-I-E
    • Bert's Blanket
    • Miami Mice: Cerrado Repair Shop
    • Have You Ever Looked at a Paper Clip?
    • Ernie and Ernestine: Saying Ernie's Name
    • Caveperson Days: Window
    • Was Bert Captured by Martians?

    Grover
    • Super Grover: Computer Problems
    • My Furry Little Shadow
    • Singing and Dancing Waiter
    • Monsterpiece Theater: The Sound of Music
    • Health Minute: Teeth
    • Profesor Grover's Bathtime Tips
    • Grover and the Butterfly
    • American Revolution: Quill
    • Grover and Eric: Fur and Skin
    • Sunglass Salesman

    Cookie Monster
    • Me Lost Me Cookie at the Disco
    • Ernie Meets Cousin Monster
    • Me Gotta Be Blue
    • Monsterpiece Theater: Ali Baba
    • They Can't Take That Away from Me
    • Computer Cookie Game
    • Google Bugle
    • Kermit's Mystery Box

    The Count
    • Cocanut Counting Man
    • The Batty Bat
    • The Count's Elevador Job
    • Squeal of Fortune
    • The Count's Picnic
    • Countes Says No
    • Miami Mice: Space Shuttle

    Kermit the Frog
    • Sesame Street News: The First Day of School
    • If I Were
    • Sesame Street News: Herman the Hoppity Hop
    • Monster Repair Team
    • It's Alive
    • Sesame Street News: London Fog
    • Sesame Street News: Mary and Her Little Lamb
    • Kermit and Gladys Switch Roles
    • The Heart of a Frog
    • Sesame Street News: Elmo Invents the Reporter Game

    Forgetful Jones
    • Brushing Teeth
    • Remembering a Bath
    • Write it Down
    • Through the Door
    • This is Your Story
    • Home Run on the Range

    Two-Headed Monster
    • Same and Different - part 1
    • Same and Different - part 2
    • Same and Different - part 3
    • Honk
    • Cheese
    • Shoes
    • Two Heads are Better Than One

    Guy Smiley
    • The Triangle is Right
    • Here is Your Life: House
    • On Vacation with Guy Smiley
    • Where Do I Belong?
    • The How Many Game
    • I'll Love You in the Springtime
    • Beat the Time: Elmo

    Supporting Muppets
    • Excersize
    • Party Line with Leo the Party Monster
    • The Dentist of Seville
    • Simon Soundman: Call
    • Herry's Family Song
    • Rock 'n Roll Readers
    • Bad Bart Comes to Town
    • We Coulda
    • The Birdcall Boogie

    The Humans
    • The Word is No!
    • Gordon Preaches Rain
    • Ask Oscar: How Grouches Pack for Vacation
    • Sing Your Synonyms

    Other Elements
    • If I Was a Cloud in the Sky
    • Born to Add
    • Teeny Little Superguy: Crossing the Street
    • Wheels on my Feet
    • Detective Series: Hippo on Trampoline
    • Chair Bumps Into Things
    • Number Creatures #20
    • Ask Oscar: Favorite V Word
    • Inzalk Pearlman and Girl Play Violins
    • I Love to Sing
    • Bellhop #16
    • It's Hip to Be a Square
    • Foods We Eat Pageant
    • The Birdland Jump
    • Sneak Peek Previews: Fiddler on the Roof
    • Fay Ray: Three Balls
    • Madeline Kahn: M-Madeline
    • That Grouchy Face
    • Teeny Little Superguy: School
    • Opposites
    • Danger's No Stranger
  6. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    My idea for disc 3 contents:

    Ernie and Bert
    • Ernie and Bert go fishing
    • What's the Name of That Song?
    • Bert's Fairy Tales: Sleeping Beauty
    • I've Gotta Be Clean
    • Ernie's Show and Tell: Rubber Duckies
    • Adding, Adding, Adding
    • Stick Out Your Hand and Say Hello
    • Things That I Remember

    Grover
    • Monster in the Mirror (celebrity edit)
    • Super Grover and Super Baby: Big and Little
    • Grover and the Other Waiter
    • Monsterpiece Theater: The Postman Always Rings Twice
    • Grover the Taxi Driver
    • Clothing Store Salesman
    • Light and Dark with Grover and Kermit
    • Super Grover's Superhero School
    • Grover the Waiter: Tomado Surprise
    • Monsterpeice Theater: The 400 Blows
    • 15 Seconds to Demonstrate Surprise
    • "The Best Monster I've Ever Met"
    • Grover the Photographer
    • Monsterpeice Theater: ABCD Blue

    Elmo
    • Elmo's Song
    • Elmo and the Dolphin
    • Seven Goldfish
    • Jim Carrey's Feet
    • Elmo and Rosie O'Donnel's Alphabet
    • In Your Imagination
    • Monsterpiece Theater: Hamlet
    • Elmo's World: Transportation (maybe... I'm not sure whetehr I'd want a whole Elmo's World sketch included on such a release)

    Cookie Monster
    • First and Last Cookies
    • Monsterpeice Theater: Twin Beaks
    • Demonstrating Surprise
    • Eating Cookie
    • Monsterpiece Theater: 12 Angry Men
    • C Is For Cookie
    • Up and Down

    The Count
    • The Count's Storybook Theater: This Little Piggy
    • The Count Meets Maden Two
    • I Could Have Counted All Night
    • Transylvania 6-5000

    Supporting Muppets
    • Hoots the Owl's Changing Song
    • Baby Bear's Bath Song
    • Shapes in my Room
    • Bubble on my Snuffle
    • Just Happy to be Me
    • Humphrey, Ingrid, and Natasha show Between
    • Guy Smiley Takes His Studio Audience Outt o Lunch
    • This Song is for the Birds
    • Sesame Street News: They Live in Different Places But They Both Love Me
    • Colambo: Little Jack Horner
    • Here is Your Life: Glass of Milk
    • I Can Sing When You Sing
    • Mysterious Theater: Dial M for Mother
    • Do the Benny Hop

    The Humans
    • Rhyme Out
    • Do the Jelly
    • A Very Simple Dance
    • Magician Gordon Disapears
    • Savion's Rhyming Game
    • Linda Signs Wind
    • The Story of Stan and Dan

    Other Elements
    • Cecille: Brushin' Down the Doggies
    • Dancing Shoes
    • I'm Sad Because I'm Happy
    • Big Bird: D-disguise
    • Dipsy Doodle Letter D
    • Onjce is Not Enough
    • Monsters in Day Care: Nap Time
    • Barn in the USA
    • I'm Gonna Write Myself a Letter
    • Fay Ray: Headphones
    • Suzie Kabloozie and the Letter F
    • Rubber Stamps #20
    • Masked March #14
    • Growing Numbers #18
    • We're Talking About the Number One
    • Suzie Kabloozie: Judge #1
    • Alphaboy: N-noodles
    • Alphaquest: M
    • Felines
    • Farmer McFay
    • Milo Counting #19
    • How Oscar Met Slimey
    • Rebecca Lobo: The Letter O
  7. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    And finally, my idea disc four line-up.

    Ernie and Bert
    • Monkey's Under my Bed
    • Bert Chooses a Hat
    • In My Book
    • Journey to Ernie: Journey to Big Bird
    • Ernie Pretends to be Berniece
    • Sleep!

    Grover
    • A's Anatomy
    • Global Grover: Mexico
    • Spanish Word of the Day: Nina and Nino
    • A Streetcar Named Monster
    • Russian Resturaunt
    • Outrageous Makeover: Home Addition
    • Global Grover: France
    • Grover and Ray Ramono: Frusterated
    • Grover and Ernie's Opposites Song

    Elmo
    • Pride
    • Don't Know Y
    • Share with Elmo and Ernie
    • Jamie Foxx and Jamie Fox
    • Elmo uses Abby Cadabby's Wand as a Back Scratcher
    • Elmo and Robert DeNiro Imagine
    • Elmo's World: Helping

    Cookie Monster
    • The First Time Me Eat Cookie
    • Letter of the Day: B-Cookie's Mother Helps ookie Resist Eating Letter
    • The Letter of the Day Games: Y
    • A Cookie is a Sometimes Food
    • The Letter of the Day: E-Cookie Pretends E is Cookie

    The Count
    • The Number of the Day: Organ #16
    • The Number of the Day: Count and Countess #11 Song
    • Number of the Day: 9 - Golf Tournament
    • The Number of the Day: 10 - Hair Turns Blue
    • The Number of the Day: Organ #0

    The Humans
    • Everybody's Song
    • Spanish Word of the Day: Flores
    • Grover's 8 Magic Trick
    • The Adventures of Trash Gordon: Planet Meatball

    Supporting Muppets
    • Baby Talk: X
    • Murray and a Kid Talk (sorry, but I haven't paid attention to what any of these skits are about)
    • The Spanish Word of the Day: Si and No
    • Monster Clubhouse

    Other Elements
    • Journey to Ernie: Rubber Duckie Land
    • This is the Game Today
    • Every Kitty Sleeps
    • Jane Tuesday: G-green foods
    • Oscar's Bein' Green
    • Because We're Friends
    • Dinner Theater: Annie, Get Your Gumbo
    • Meal or No Meal
    • Trackson Jackson: Basketball
    • Claymation Cavemen: Door
    • The Spanish Word of the Day: Telefone
    • I Read Words
  8. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    When I first thought this up, I only thought of having each disc dedicated to different decades and have several segments shown in random order, and then thought of the better idea to have segments grouped by characters and themes (I think it would be easier for kids to sit through themed groupings as opposed to watching nearly two and a half hours of segments in one sitting... and I'm just guessing on how long it would take to watch all that I listed per disc). My original idea had included many segments that I either chose not to list in thisformat or forgot to list. I can't believe I forgot to include Ev'rybody Be Yo'self, and computer-animated Twiddlebug segments. And if I'd listed it the original way, there'd be less Sesame Street News and Monsterpeice Theater segments listed (up to three of each per disc), and less of many recurring characters.

    You may be wondering, "Why give Roosevelt Franklin, Guy Smiley, Two-Headed Monster and Forgetful Jones their own section, but not Big Bird, Prairie Dawn, Oscar, or Herry?" I think Herry and Prairie could carry their own sections, but many of their sketches feature them as co-stars to other star characters, or part of an ensemble. And while Big Bird and Oscar are main characters, they are usually on the street. They don't have as many sketches as many other main characters, though many of the early street scenes weren't important to any specific plots. And they obviously wouldn't qualify for the "supporting muppets" section.

    Of course, if it's better to group the sketches randomly, you could take all of the sketches listed and arrange them randomly (maybe take the first sketch I listed for each group in order, and mix them up).
  9. JEANYLASER

    JEANYLASER Member

    I have idea to ever before scenes bloopers for the 40th anniversary special!
  10. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Here is another arrangement that I thought of:

    Disc 1: 1969-1979
    • Rubber Duckie (the TRUE original version)
    • Eggs and Cookie film
    • hook-like creature gives Cookie Monster cookies*
    • Kermit and Grover: earmuffs salesman
    • The Trading Game
    • Alice Braitewait Goodyshoes: near and far
    • Grover: near and far
    • One Song (Song of One)
    • Pinball Number Count #8
    • Candy Man
    • Buddy and Jim: ironing board
    • Let's Make a Face
    • Sesame Street News: Pinnocchio
    • Everyone Makes Mistakes
    • Speech Balloon: J-jam
    • Poverty A
    • Cookie Monster: rhymes with buy
    • The People in Your Neighborhood (original)
    • Sing (original)
    • Mah Na Mah Na
    • Ernie puts the radio knob on Bert
    • X Marks the Spot
    • Harvey Kneeslapper: sticky four
    • Mad Painter #7
    • Grover serves the Count hot dogs
    • Henson E claymation
    • 1-2-3-4-5
    • Funny Farm
    • Ernie and Lefty: Scale
    • Kermit and Marlina: Knees
    • James Earl Jones: The Alphabet
    • George the Farmer
    • The Cast of Bonanza: subtraction
    • Mumford's subtraction act
    • Imagination Rain
    • Super Grover: gate
    • The King's Nose
    • Typewriter: O-owl
    • Jazz #4
    • Ten Tiny Turtles on the Telephone
    • Ernie and Sherlock Hemlock: apple mystery
    • I Just Adore Four
    • Mmmonster Meal
    • Don Music: Yellowstone Park
    • Harvey Kneeslapper: picture of U
    • Ernie and Sherlock Hemlock: exit sign
    • Enter and exit cartoon
    • Roosevelt Franklin counts
    • The Nobel Ostrich
    • This Frog
    • Still We Like Each Other
    • We All Sing with the Same Voice
    • Larry and Phyllis (a segment that wasn't shown on Noggin)
    • Imagination**
    • Ernie and Cookie Monster: identity crisis
    • Professor Hastings: Y lecture
    • Herry and John-John count to 20
    • Listen My Brother: Counting Song (1-20) (first season version)
    • Mystery Drawing: Nurse
    • Nobody
    • Sesame Street News: The Count counts the Three Little Pigs
    • Ernie and Bert: banana in ear part 1
    • The Boy Who Cried Monster
    • Ernie and Bert: banana in ear part 2
    • Harvey Kneeslapper: confetti gag
    • Ernie and Bert: banana in ear part 3
    • Jazz Alphabet
    • Twiddlebugs in the rain
    • Grover and Herbert Birdsfoot: over and under
    • The Count counts flowers and sneezes
    • Ernie locks Bert out
    • Biff and Sully share chocolate milk
    • The Bridgekeeper: circle
    • Somebody Come and Play (original)
    • Roosevelt Franklin: great black people
    • Billy Jo Jive: money mystery
    • Christopher Clumsy: hole and wall
    • The Count sleeps over part 1
    • Admiral Bird
    • Little Bird: Imagination Game
    • Headball
    • 1-20 get destroyed
    • Mad
    • Wally and Ralph: peanut butter
    • The Count sleeps over part 2
    • Crossover W
    • Proud of Me

    *-there are two segmnets that followed the Eggs and Cookie film. The more common one featured Ernie and Cookie Monster doing the opposite of the film. The other one, according to Muppet Wiki, invovled a hook-like creature offering to give Cookie Monster a cookie after his disapointment of the sad ending (this appears to have been descriebd by memory; th first season show content mentions a "monster tag" that "must follow Eggs and Cookie", though the monster could be any monster). I would include the Eggs and Chicken film followed by the more common sketch as an easter egg.
    **-As an easter egg, I would have the original, unaired version of Imagination included as well.

    Disc 2: 1979-1989
    • Wheels on my Feet
    • The Word is No
    • Five apples
    • I Can do it by Myself
    • Kermit and Grover: sunglass salesman
    • Proud to be a Cow
    • Born to Add
    • Captain Breakfast
    • Paul Simon and Ladysmith Black Mambazo: Alphabet
    • Ernie and Bert: search for Dr. Livingstone
    • Bad Bart comes to town
    • The Letter of the Day Pageant
    • It's Hip to be a Square
    • Sesame Street News: Herman the Hoppity Hop
    • Up and Down Opera
    • You Say Hola
    • That Grouchy Face
    • Uno Dos tres with Ceila Cruz
    • Squeal of Fortune
    • My Furry Little Shadow
    • Monsterpeice Theater: Gone with the Wind
    • Bellhop #18
    • Sesame Street News: London Fog
    • Super Grover: computer problems
    • This is Your Story
    • The Batty Bat
    • Excersize
    • Opposites
    • I Wish I Had a Friend to Play with Me
    • Snuffy jumps on Big Bird's trampoline
    • Splish Splash
    • You're Alive
    • Ask Oscar: the longest grouch word
    • If I Were
    • Dance Myself to Sleep
    • Gordon talks about rain
    • Listen to the Bells
    • Kermit's mystery box
    • Grover the Singing and Dancing Waiter
    • Two Heads are Better Than One
    • Danger's No Stranger
    • Detective series: the lever
    • Foods We Eat
    • Forgetful Jones: remembering to take a bath
    • Honk Around the Clock
    • Monsterpiece Theater: The Taming of the Shoe
    • Two-Headed Monster: Honk
    • Miami Mice: The Coutn goes to the space station
    • Fay Ray: animal disguises
    • Put Down the Duckie

    Disc 3: 1989-1999
    • Monster in the Mirror
    • Once is Not Enough
    • On the Island of Emotion
    • Elbows and Knees
    • Fay Ray: Little Jack Horner
    • Monsterpeice Theater: Hamlet
    • Zork: ringtoss
    • Super Grover and Super Elmo
    • Sesame Street News: they live in different palces but they both love me
    • I Could Have Counted All Night
    • Cecille: Up Down In Out
    • Monsters in Day Care: nap time
    • Ernie and Bert go fishing
    • Monsterpeice Theater: Monsters with Dirty Faces
    • You Tickle Me
    • Here is Your Life: Glass of Milk
    • Just Throw it my Way
    • I Can Sing When You Sing
    • Barn in the USA
    • Things That I Remember
    • The Alphabet Song with celebrities
    • Rubber Duckie with Little Richard
    • Milo Counting #15
    • Suzie Kabloozie in space
    • Grover the taxi driver
    • Humphrey and Natasha show noses in 15 seconds
    • Lillian and Pride
    • Combing my Hair
    • The Adventures of Prairie Dawn: saving energy
    • Monsterpeice Theater: Conservations with my Pop
    • Transylvania 6-5000
    • Jim Carrey's Feet
    • Grover the waiter: Charlie's Birthday
    • This Song is for the Birds
    • Ernie's Show and Tell: Rubber Duckies
    • Hoots and Two-Headed Monster: fast and slow music
    • High 12
    • Guy Smiley takes his audience out to lunch
    • C is for Cookie
    • Suzie Kabloozie: In my Head
    • Elmo's Song
    • Wegmens Dogs: one of these dogs
    • Bubble on my Snuffle
    • I'm Sad Because I'mHappy
    • Worms in Space: 17
    • Let's Lay an Egg
    • Don't Waste Water
    • Stick Out Your Hand and Say Hello
    • Furry Happy Monsters

    Disc 4: 1999-2009
    • Because We're Friends
    • The Letter of the Day: Cookie Monster pretends that E is a cookie
    • Grover the waiter: rhyme day
    • Everybody's Song with Miles and Gabbi
    • Number of the Day: Organ #9
    • Journey to Ernie: B museum
    • Ernie pretends to be Berniece
    • Spanish Word of the Day: Hola
    • Oscar: Bein' Green
    • Twiddlebugs: family portrait
    • Traction Jackson: Fruit Mambo
    • Don't Kow Y
    • Murray talks to a kid
    • Suzie Kabloozie: Every Kitty Sleeps
    • Grover's 8 Magic Trick
    • Number of the Day: Six Feet Under
    • Prairie Dawn's tea party
    • Elmo and a kid pretend to eat
    • Cavemen find aplace to sit
    • Meal or No Meal
    • 24
    • Ernie and Bert: counting to 100 by 10's
    • Spanish Word of the Day: Telefono
    • Pride
    • I Read Words
    • A Cookie is a Sometimes Food
    • Number of the Day: ribbon and jack-in-the-box #10
    • Everybody Be Yo'Self
  11. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Here is something that I thought would have been good to say, if this was an april fools day prank.

    I thought about making an announcement for a big set like this, and that Sesame Workshop wanted to interview real-life fans in addition to people who have worked on the show. I would have said that fans could write to Sesame Workshop requesting a form for consideration. The letter would be about them and things they like about Sesame Street, and the form would be more like a survey. If considered, Sesame Workshop would then send some representatives over to interview the fans, but some fans would get an even more special privledge.

    I would have said that a selected number of fans would be sent out to the Sesame Workshop building and not just be interviewed, but also provide soem interview questions for the people who have worked on Sesame Street, plus a tour of the building, and a free test screening of one disc of the set.

    But that would have been a cruel joke.:p
  12. minor muppetz

    minor muppetz Well-Known Member

    Well, I opened this thread almost a year ago, and in the time since there actually has been an official announcement for a 40th anniversary set like this, only it's a two-disc set with each disc focusing on 20-year periods.


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