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Episode 0335: Misc



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Sesame Street
Plot Oscar is locked out of his trash can.
Air date January 28, 1972
Season Season 3 (1971-1972)
Sponsors F, 6
This episode page has been compiled from materials at the CTW Archives.
  • Oscar puts a lock on his trash can -- but he forgets his key, and locks himself out. Tom suggests that he saw the lock off, but that would ruin the new lock. Luis offers to pry off the lid with his crowbar, but that would dent the lid. Oscar is saved when his pet worm, Slimey, slithers the key out through the crack between the can and the lid.
  • 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)
  • Oscar puts up a loudspeaker outside his trash can. He hopes to prevent people from visiting him by playing sounds that will scare them away -- like a fierce dog barking, and a lion roaring.
  • Oscar throws eight swimfins down his trash can to his friend who's taking a swim in his pool. His friend is an octopus.
  • Big Bird tells Susan that he's going to fight the noise pollution on Sesame Street. Sure enough, as he makes comments about them, the horns honking, the jet plane overhead, the motorcycle blasting and the garbage cans being rattled, all become quiet -- because they've already passed by.
  • Oscar notes that if there are four people, and two walk away, then there are two left. If one leaves, then there's one; if that last one leaves, then there are none.

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