Oops! I just typed a whole bunch here and then lost it all because I accidentally hit the escape key! Yes I remember both of those animated v sketches, Sesame Mike. Like you, I don't quite remember every v word that was used in them. A couple of them I just couldn't ever make out what they were saying. Could have been because they were not clearly pronounced, or because as a child they were words I didn't yet know. Probably the latter. In the first sketch, the word before the word Victory at the end sounded kind of like vigilante. But that would seem like a somewhat unlikely choice for a kid's show. In the second sketch I remember the last line being, "Vitamin!" V." The word before that sounded sort of like, "Vutamen", which isn't what it was, obviously, since there is no such word. Another animated v sketch that mikebennidict referred to on a previous post had two men standing on opposite ends of a big letter v and talking. I forgot a lot of the specifics in this one too, but recall the last few lines. I think one guy made a letter v with two fingers and then scratched his ear. The other guy said, "You shouldn't put anything in your ear, you could damage your hearing." He responds with, "What?" Then the other guy says, "Can you think of ten words that begin with the letter v? " He replies, "Yes I can." The other guy says, "Good." I liked this last bit. It was amusing since he said yes but didn't then name any v words. Anyone can SAY they can do something! It was also educational because I remember wanting to see if I could think of ten words that start with v. For a small child it isn't quite as easy as it seems. One more animated v sketch I also recall only some of had a voice say, "v v v v v v v vavoom! Small v." I think he said this twice in the sketch. And I think at one point the v was played like a violin. Well, I've been Very long here so I think it's time to Vamoose!