Since Tom and a young boy have identical baseball gloves, Tom writes his name on the glove's label.
Luis sings the Sorting Song in Spanish; Susan sings the song in English.
Bill Cosby with 4 children.
Herry spots a rectangle, and announces that it's a triangle. Grover tells Herry it isn't a triangle, and Herry is frustrated. Next he spots a square. Grover tells him that isn't a triangle either, and again Herry is frustrated. Grover suggests that Herry should cut the square in half and make two triangles. (EKA: Episode 0266)
Susan and some kids look up at an airplane. It's Alphabet Bates, the Sesame Street skywriter. The plane writes the letter Q.
Because young Antonio was the first one to make him feel welcome to Sesame Street, Luis thinks that the children are very important people in the neighborhood.
Kermit's Lectures: Kermit the Frog counts four eggs. A chick hatches out of one egg, so he counts the three eggs -- then two, then one. Then he counts the four chickens.
Tom tries to identify a squeaking sound. It's not Oscar blowing on his bugle. It's not Susan banging with her hammer. It isMr. Hooper washing the glass on his front door with a squeegee.
Big Bird learns that if you leave the lid off a garbage can, it's like leaving food out for flies.
Bill Cosby is sad.
Ernie and Bert: Ernie can't sleep, so Bert tells him to count sheep. Ernie tries to count sheep, but it's dull -- so he starts counting fire engines. The noise from the imaginary fire engine wakes Bert up. Bert says that Ernie's waking up the whole neighborhood, and tells him to count something quieter. Ernie counts balloons -- but the balloon gets bigger and bigger, finally bursting with a huge explosion that wakes Bert up again. (EKA: Episode 0276)