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Discussion in 'Sesame Street' started by Phillip, Apr 6, 2004.
It was a thinking Grover. As in the statue.
I have not yet seen episode 4070(part 2 of the Snuffy's Invisible episodes). And I went to the WGBH schedule of Sesame Street episodes and lately they have plans to air all the episodes except this one. Can anyone tell me if there are any plans to air this episode on WGBH or if WGBH has aired it yet?
Sorry, but I can't help you there since I don't live in Massachusetts.
Though I believe the station in question did air that episode cause Drtooth, who lives in MA and gets double episodes, said he saw that one and helped me with a few descripts from that episode.
Rully dunno, you'd have to talk to him directly.
Hope this helps and have a good day.
My thoughts on Episode 4082.
1 One last episode, and one last spoof for Drtooth. Just before today's Elmo's World segment, there were a bunch of monsters playing and one took away the ball. So another monster said the first was acting like a bully. And then they all launched into a spoof of the song "Wooly Bully" recorded by Sam Sham and the Pharoahs.
They even finished the sketch with the first monster saying that it was better to be wooly wooly, and not a bully bully.
2 Letter of the Day: Z was new and good when Cookie ate the letter after eating all of Prairie's cookies.
3 Was good to see Island of Emotions again.
Hope this helps and have a good day.
Well, I can't believe Season 35 went by so fast! Back in the old days, it used to last the entire year, and now, it's over in just a little over a month! But all in all, I do think that it was MUCH better than Seasons 33 and 34.
And for teenintosesame, I don't know why WGBH never aired that episode. But Drtooth says that he's seen that station mess up quite a bit, and I have, too, because that's the same PBS station I get. But I get 4 different PBS stations on cable, and I've actually been watching it on Rhode Island PBS, which is a day behind the national schedule. I have seen them mess up before, but not as much as WGBH has been doing this season, as far as I know.
Count, I don't know if this has been asked before, but does SS air in English where you live?
Well ssetta, did you ever see episode 4070 on WGBH? Did NHPTV ever air it?
Hi Boober_Gorg. Yes, Sesame Street airs in English down here in PR. Now then, if we'd want to watch a version of SS in Spanish, we can always tune in to the Mexican version known as Plaza Sesamo, which is also what we commonly say as the Spanish translation of the US flagship version.
And here's another thought on Season 35 as a whole. Mixed feelings are what I have after the great change of stations here in PR.
For the longest time, even up to the last day of Season 34's national airing on 4/02/2004, SS was aired on my local channel 3 at 3 PM. What a gray way to remember when Sesame would be on the air, and it was always a safehouse for me on the TV dials. Course, that channel's also got all of the other bleech programming that I'd rather live without.
And now, SS has been switched to our local channel 6 exclusively at 9 AM. While this was greatly maddening at the beginning cause we lost the timeslot held down since as far back as I can remember, it's not that bad on the other hand cause now I can just flip on the channel and get Sesame Street without any stuff I'd rather not watch around it.
Well, hope this helps and long live the Street we all grew up on. To at least another three years!
Oh-Snuffy was also in the episode when Natalie talks to people on her way to Hooper's(the one with Grungetta in it)!
Though I do agree, both at the moment are impossiblities, as
A) Guy Smiley hasn't been recast, adn I do not think he will (he was for a computer game, but that was more like a voice over, than a puppeteer)
Well, I think I saw Guy Smiley as a backdrop character in the main story segment of a season 32(2001) episode in which Maria has a lot of emergency toaster repairs. He didn't talk, but he was dressed in his usual clothes. I don't know who was performing him, but when Dantecat read about this, the response was, "It might have been Steve Whitmire."
I don't usually watch NHPTV, but I have NEVER seen them mess up with the schedule, so I assume they did.
Well, my question is, was episode 4070 ever aired on WGBH?
Well, I think the favorite Sesame Street Moment was about Bert and Ernie going fishing. However, I don't know who the celebrity was.
The celebrity was Norah Jones. And I would assume that it did air on WGBH at some point, I just don't know.
I'm shocked they never did 0 for The Number of The Day on Season 35!
Me too! That was a sin for 0 not to be a number of the day this season!
You think you guys are miffed about the fact that the Count's counting organ never got blown away for the number 0 during Season 35? Well, consider that they built his organ to omit the highest number ever featured as the Number of the Day, the number 21! And that's just 1 more number to include for next season's segments.
Did episodes 4069 and 4070 have the same celebrity?
Saw episode #4082 yesterday.
What I liked about it..
*The Letter of the Day segment with Cookie and Prarie about the letter Z,especially at the end where Prarie says "Zoinks!"("Sesame Street" and "Scooby Doo Where Are You?" both premiered in 1969! )
*The Monsters' Song "Bully Bully"(or something like that),which is a parody of "Wooly Bully"
*The huge orange dinosaur Muppet in the Elmo's World segment about dinosaurs.Who performed him?
*The Trash Gordon segment in which our hero tries to get some sleep but he couldn't because of the snoring grouches(what were they called again?)Oh,and I liked the snoring pillow too!
In episodes 4069 and 4070, the magic should have been caused by the Amazing Mumford.
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