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Sesame Street
Plot Telly pretends to be Mr. Handford Sr.
Air date March 26, 1993
Season Season 24 (1992-1993)
Sponsors Q, Y, 6
Syndication
DVD


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1
Telly, still with his arm in a cast, spots Mr. Handford opening a letter, looking happy. As he reads the letter, he goes from looking happy to looking sad. Telly asks him why he's sad, and he explains that the letter is from his dad, who's going on vacation, and won't be able to visit him for awhile. Telly begs to differ, and asks him what his dad looks like. Mr. Handford describes what his dad looks like, and Telly runs off, inspired.
Film
A group of girls do a playground cheer ("Ooh I'm so happy!").
(EKA: Episode 3056)
Cartoon
The Four Squares sing "It's Hip To Be a Square."
Artists: Vincent Cafarelli & Candy Kugel
(EKA: Episode 2615)
Cast
Linda signs the word "pie," and gets hit with one, to Gordon's surprise.
Muppets
Mr. Johnson has lunch at Charlie's Outdoor Al Fresco Fresh Air Cafe, where he's disappointed to find Grover waiting on him. The wind picks up, and blows his food away -- but when Grover gives him the bill, the wind dies down, and he has to pay.
Song
Jeff Redd sings "Between."
(EKA: Episode 3055)
Cartoon
Fish swim to form Q and q.

SCENE 2
Telly comes into Hooper's, pretending to be Mr. Handford's father, right down to the last detail. He and Mr. Handford decide to play "store," and Telly asks for a glass of milk. Mr. Handford serves it instantly, and Telly proclaims, "That's my son!"
Animation
Kids talk about families, often mentioning having rhinoceroces as pets.
(EKA: Episode 3006)
Muppets
"In South America," they say "Buenos Dias" for good morning, and "Buenas Noches" for good night.
Animation
"We Are Kids From Far and Wide" - Colombia
Song
"One of These Things" (with Wegman's dogs)
Cartoon
A girl describes why she likes the color black.
Muppets
Cookie Monster demonstrates fast and slow while eating cookies.
Animation
Pencil box Y / y

Film
A montage of the evolution of mechanical technology, from wind-up toys, to robots that can spell "SESAME STREET" with blocks, to satellite transmitters.
(EKA: Episode 2226)
Animation
Six circus balls
(EKA: Episode 3081)
SCENE 3
Telly, still pretending to be Mr. Handford Sr., asks his "son" to introduce him to his "little friends" Luis and Maria, then tells him to temporarily stop playing "store" so he can practice singing the alphabet song.
Film
Children on a playground form the letters of the alphabet.
(EKA: Episode 2096)
Film
A paper crumples to reveal Q, q and Qq.
Muppets
Clementine and Elmo sing a song about things that are "Important".
(EKA: Episode 2782)
Animation
Kids narrate how a Navajo blanket is weaved.
(EKA: Episode 3006)
Muppets
Bip Bippadotta and The Androoze Sisters sing "Everybody's Song."
(EKA: Episode 3010)
Animation
Planet Q / q
Muppets
Muppet & Kid Moments: Herry & John-John observe a letter Q.
(EKA: Episode 0871)
Animation
Shapes sort themselves in different ways, and eventually make a quilt.
(EKA: Episode 3103)
Song
Joe Raposo sings "Peanut Butter."
(EKA: Episode 0720)
Cartoon
Bruce the moose invites Toulouse LaGoose over for juice.
(EKA: Episode 2754)
Cast
Savion, Gina and Big Bird play "Rhyme Out."
(EKA: Episode 3103)
Animation
Dancing pepper pattern - which one is missing?
(EKA: Episode 3079)
Film

The Count (in voiceover) subtracts from five to one to zero children on a park bench.

Animation
A group of round crayons draws a house, and is hesitant to let a square yellow crayon join, until it draws the sun. They all cooperate to make a rainbow.
Muppets
A diva sings the Alphabet Song while the stagehand instructs the gaffers to raise and lower the alphabet sign, but the diva thinks he's asking her to alter her singing voice.
Cartoon
Y for Yak
Artist: Jeff Hale
(EKA: Episode 1858)
Film
A girls' jump-rope team trains for a contest. They end up winning second place.
(EKA: Episode 2596)
Cartoon
"Six Soccer Socks"
Artist: Paul Fierlinger
(EKA: Episode 2490)

SCENE 4
Telly, aided by three other monsters, sings about how proud he is of his "bouncing baby boy" Mr. Handford.
Cartoon
A real Indian boy tells two boys who are playing Cowboy and Indian that Indians don't say "ugh". The other kids tell him that they heard the expression on TV.
(EKA: Episode 0812)
Muppets / Celebrity
Kevin Kline and Phoebe Cates sing a song about measuring, while The Count uses a ruler to do so.
Cartoon
Building a dog house is easy if you have a ruler.
(EKA: Episode 2503)
Cast
Linda signs the word disappear - which Gordon does.
Film
Counting six oryx
Music: Joe Raposo
(EKA: Episode 0573)
Cartoon
Rap #6
(EKA: Episode 2580)

SCENE 5
Mr. Handford gets off the phone with his real father, and Telly resumes being himself again. Mr. Handford announces the sponsors, and he and Telly pretend to be father-and-son (with Telly as the son).

Notes


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