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Sesame Street
Plot Miles' grandparents visit
Air date February 22, 1991
Season Season 22 (1990-1991)
Sponsors J, M, 17

Picture Segment Description
At Gordon and Susan's apartment, Preston Rabbit is excited because Susan’s mother, Dorothy, and father, Lee, are coming over for a visit and they are going to give presents to Miles. However, Susan doesn’t think they might bring a present, but Preston thinks so because grandparents always bring presents. When Susan’s parents arrives, Preston asks if they brought presents for Miles. While Susan thought it was rude for to ask, Susan’s mother replies that they did, which makes Preston very happy to hear that he jumps up and down.
Rap #17
(First: Episode 2488)
The Count sings "The Batty Bat".
(First: Episode 2096)
M for Mask
(EKA: Episode 2448)
Madeline Kahn sings, "Mmm...Madeline."
Fay Ray listens to classical music on headphones. "Are you listening to me?"
(EKA: Episode 2614)
As Susan’s parents were chatting with Gordon and Susan, Preston ask when Miles was going to get his present. Gordon tells Preston that they just arrived, but Susan's father agrees with Preston and says that they should give the present to Miles now. The gift turns out to be a Dun Dun drum that came all the way from Africa where Miles’ great great grandma and grandfather come from. Preston replies that it is the same drum that Miles got for his Birthday. Susan’s father doesn’t think it is the same because you can talk with the beats of the drum. When Miles show them the same drum, Preston thinks that Susan's parents have to bring the drum back to Africa. However, Susan’s father replies that Miles has two drums that can talk to each other and he has a conversation with his grandson through the drum beats.
"Do the Continental" - two kids jump into Africa.
In ancient times, Grover invents the wheel to help Biff move a stone up a hill.
(EKA: Episode 0898)
Abstract count to 17
Muppets / Celebrity
Linda Ronstadt sings "La Charreada" with Elmo and Parker Monster.
Lions move around in a zoo. (no voiceover)
Music: Joe Raposo (instrumental, with occasional lion growls)
(EKA: Episode 1037)
M for Moon
Artist: Jeff Hale
(EKA: Episode 2164)

Outside on the steps of 123 Sesame Street, Preston ask Susan’s father if he brought a present for Susan. As it turns out, Susan’s father brought a present for Susan and hands her two sticks. While Preston doesn’t understand the present, Susan explains that they are musical bone instruments. She sings “Playing the Bones” as she remembers when she was little and her father played them. Susan's father tells Susan that it was her turn to play for him, but she has a hard time playing the musical instruments. Preston thinks Susan’s father should give her some lessons and her father agrees.
A little girl remembers what to buy at the store (A loaf of bread, a container of milk, and a stick of butter) by visualizing her mother giving the instructions.
Artist: Jim Simon
(EKA: Episode 0988)
Ernie and Bert: Ernie brings a surprise home, and he tells Bert to guess what it is. The surprise turns out to be a puppy. Bert wants to call the puppy "Norman"; Ernie suggests "Godzilla the Wonder-Dog".
(EKA: Episode 2292)
Light and heavy (bird falls on man)
A boy who lives in Alaska narrates a film of himself going ice-fishing with his grandfather and sister.
An Anything Muppet boy and girl have a conversation using the letters of the alphabet.
(EKA: Episode 0267)
Ranger Armbuckle talks about how plants travel -- by sowing their seeds.
Artist: ArtistMike
(EKA: Episode 2727)

Maria tries to understand what Barkley wants, and imagines herself as the only human in a world inhabited by dogs. In her dream, Barkley is seen in everything on TV, and even runs Hooper's Store, which now carries the newspaper "The Daily Woof-Woof." Back in reality, Maria gives Barkley a good scratch, which is what he wanted.
A trainer announces that his talking dog will say YES, but he says NO instead.
Artist: Derek Lamb
(EKA: Episode 1095)

Bruce Stringbean, Clarice and S Street Band perform "Born To Add."
(EKA: Episode 2477)
The detective sees a hippo bouncing on a trampoline, and wonders how the hippo can bounce, since hippos are heavy, but the hippo thinks that he is light.
Three kids want to paint, but each of them has only one item, so they all cooperate.
Music: Joe Raposo
A disobedient jacket illustrating words that begin with the letter J annoys an off-screen narrator, which reveals two kids named Jenny and Jeff inside of it.
(EKA: Episode 2228)
Inside the apartment, Preston sniffs the air and says that there must be a present around, but Susan replies that is dinner he is smelling. When the food comes out, Preston didn’t feel hungry since it isn’t rabbit food that he always eats. However when he hears that Susan’s mother made the food for everyone including himself, Preston considers it a present from Susan’s mother and can’t turn it down. He decides to tried out this new kind of food.
Fruta Manzana (original)
(EKA: Episode 2040)
A boy takes dance lessons at a dance studio.
(EKA: Episode 1839)
M in space
(EKA: Episode 1091)
Sesame Street News Flash: Kermit reports on the London Fog.
(EKA: Episode 2404)
17 derby hats drop onto a balloon head.

At nighttime, Susan’s mother reads a poem called “Knottsville Tennesse” by Nikki Giovanni to Miles, Susan, and Preston. Then Preston asks Susan’s mother if she knows any poem about carrots. When he found she doesn’t, he recites one to her, which begins with "How do I love carrots? Let me count the crunch the ways ..." As Preston recites the poem, Gordon announces the sponsors. A credit crawl follows.

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