This is a thread about some of the bloopers that have happened on Sesame Street over the years. Here are some of them. "'J' Friends" Song: During the last verse, when they all sing, "'J', Jane, let's jump with Jane", on the word "jump" when they all jump up, you can see the top of one of the puppeteers heads. I think it's Frank Oz. "Bert & Ernie's Rhyming Game": I wonder if this line was planned: Bert: I don't wanna do it (Ernie interrupts) anymore. Ernie: What, what? Hmm? Bert: What, what, hmm? I don't wanna do it anymore. "Grover the Elevator Operator Teaches In and Out": In the skit where he keeps asking everyone to get in and out of the elevator. There is a point where he bumps one of the AMs, and he says, "Oh, I did not mean to hit you." I don't know if some of these were planned or not, but it looks like they were bloopers. Now, some of the technical difficulties: If you have seen show #406, the harmonica opening intro plays for longer than usual. If you noticed, they kept looping it in the wrong place. Did any of you notice that? "Honk Around A Clock": If you remember this musical number with the Honkers, they had a big clock with numbers that lit up, and hands that moved. You can clearly tell that the hands were not motorized, because they weren't always moving at the same speed. Also, I think they may have been supposed to be motorized, but the motor failed for some reason. Also, one bulb in the "11" on the clock was burned out. "Big Bird Remembers the 'ABC-Def-Ghi' Song": While he's showing his old sign to his kids, the Z actually falls off the sign! Or was that a blooper? "Boogie Woogie Piggies": A similar thing to what happened on "Honk Around A Clock". This was a musical number from the Oinker Sisters in the early 90s. They sing the alphabet, and there's a long alphabet sign with letters that light up as they sing them, but during the instrumental break, the "K" on the lighted sign goes out for some reason. Has anyone else ever caught any bloopers or technical errors on Sesame Street?