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Sesame Workshop unveils plans for Season 37

Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Phillip, Jun 15, 2006.

  1. Dil Guest

    Say, I have a SS Episode Idea:

    Remember Little Big Bird? Here's Big Little Bird:

    This special episode features a come-back of Little Bird. Big Bird is happy to see Little, again, and he introduces him to all his friends that first lived here after Little's left of SS. Big Bird says that Elmo, at this moment, couldn't do Elmo's World, because he is in Hawaii with his mommy & daddy. Little Bird says that it's OK; at least, he's seen Elmo at the pond. Big Bird makes a surprise; big pile of birdseeds. Little Bird has some... and he grows bigger, almost as big as Big Bird! Big is so amazed. And Little Bird is happy to be big; he even sings about being big. But Big & others are having trouble about a place for Big Little Bird to sleep.

    Some of these SS Sketches would be featured in this episode:
    Baker Film #4 (replacing the Jack-in-The-Box Film)
    Monsterpiece Theater: Chariots of Fur
    Letter of The Day Gameshow: F
    Adventures of Trash Gordon: The 4th Planet of Filf (30 minutes after the credits)
    Journey to Ernie: Planet Mars
    Ernie & Bert: Ernie should think before he blows the horn & play the drums
    Song: Hip To Be A Square

    Replacing 'Elmo's World' is another Street Segment: Big Bird & others are still finding a way to help Little Bird, until Sam the Robot shows up. They're having problems until they figure out what to do: they need to fix Sam. And poof: came out little piles of birdseeds. Little Bird eats the pile and turns little again. Little Bird quotes that he can be a bird, no matter the size he is. At the end, Sam blows up again, and a bunch of Honkers pop out of the machine, wandering around the street. A Honky, Goofy, & Bouncy version of the theme is playing, while Alan (off-screen) announcing what SS is brought to you by: F & 4. ("F for Four, F F F"). The Honkers replace all of the kids while taking over the closing credits (the entire closing credits). It would even include the mention of SS made sponsor of the CTW. A Honker mentions that in a honky way, of course.

    What do you think?
  2. The Count Moderator

    A good enough and well thought-out script... Sadly, it wouldn't air given current SS format and characters.
    BTW: You do know Little Bird is a "she", right? Thought you should know.
  3. Dil Guest

    In one of the SS Albums features a song called "Mr. Big Bird, Mr. Little Bird".
  4. BEAR Active Member

    Yes, but Little Bird has always been a girl.
  5. Dil Guest

    Little Bird not ALWAYS has been a girl, in fact, in a gameshow called 'Pick Your Pet' & in the Kenner Baker Oven Commercials, Little had been performed 'man-ly'.

    According to Wikipedia, I think Guy Smiley would appear in a new SS Insert in the upcoming 37th Season. Perhaps Joey Mazzarino would perform Smiley here.
  6. JoeyMuppet New Member

    Good News

    On August 14th's episode of Sesame Street,they will be having the parady of Law & Order.
  7. Ilikemuppets New Member

    Well, that's good to know!
  8. The Count Moderator

    Where'd you find that info Joey? As for Guy Smiley's perported appearance, I'd say wait and see. And I don't think Joey Mazzarino would voice him... Rather, I think Matt Vogel would do a better job given his off-screen announcer voice in the Letter of the Day Game Show segments from last season.
  9. JoeyMuppet New Member

    It was in the local paper I get.
  10. Ilikemuppets New Member

    Again it really through me back to see Guy Smiley on a recent commercial for PBS kids! I saw it again just last week. Be on the look out for it if you can.
  11. The Count Moderator

    Oh, OK... Thanks Joey.

    Hmmm, hope Guy does reappear, seeing as how he's been sort of missed.
  12. Cherrymoon New Member

  13. ISNorden Active Member

    Return of Hoots

    I'm glad to see Hoots returning as a main character, even if he'll be limited to musical performances; he was a musician from the beginning, after all. Unfortunately, the quality of Sesame Street's new music has gone downhill ever since the original writers died: if "It Feels Good When You Sing a Song" becomes as memorable as "Sing", I'll be pleasantly surprised.
  14. Ilikemuppets New Member

    Thank you Cherrymoon!
  15. ssetta Active Member

    Just so you guys know, "It Feels Good When You Sing A Song" is actually a remake of an old Olivia/David song. It was featured in Unpaved episode #1563.
  16. Ilikemuppets New Member

    Oh, I have that song! That gonna be great!
  17. Dil Guest

    Grrr, I can't believe that they're not going to use the classic SS Muppets in newer segments in the 37th Season! Next time, Sesame Workshop, in the 38th Season, use Sherlock Hemlock, Biff & Sully, Guy Smiley, Forgetful Jones, Betty Lou, not to mention Kermit, in newer segments. The subject for the 38th Season will be about the return of the classic SS Characters.
  18. mikebennidict New Member

    it's probably never going to happen so you might as well get use to it.
  19. Dil Guest

  20. mikebennidict New Member

    It's 1 thing to long for the good old days but it's silly to get bent out of shape about it each year before they begin the new season.

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