I thought of one with a man (might have been a professor) , a boy, and a bird (that I think looked sort of like Heckle and Jeckle). The man was either trying to teach the boy about the letter n or was trying to show the boy how the bird could talk. Anyway, I do recall he asked the bird to say a word that starts with n and the bird says, "No." The man gets upset and keeps prompting the bird to say a word that starts with n. The bird said 4 of them, the last one being, "Never." But the man didn't realize this. He thought the bird was deliberately being defiant. So he got real mad. Then the boy pointed out to him that all four words ( no, never, and I forgot the other two. One may have been "nothing." ) began with n. The man apologized to the bird and said, "You really are the smartest bird." The bird replied something like, "Thank you. And beautiful feathers also." I'm thinking the name of the bird was Willis. I'm a little sketchy about this sketch! Oh, and I also remember that they did this animated sketch in Spanish also.