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Sesame Street
Plot Oscar and Sloppy miss Slimey
Air date February 12, 1998
Season Season 29 (1997-1998)
Sponsors J, 5
Syndication
DVD


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1
Oscar shares with the audience his worm journal, chronicling Slimey's adventures in space as seen previously in episodes 3696, 3697 and 3698. He's really proud of him, but admits that he really misses him.
SCENE 1
cont'd
Gina happens by and asks if he's okay. In denial, Oscar claims that he doesn't miss Slimey, but Gina says she'll check in on him later.
Song
"Dancing Shoes"
(EKA: Episode 3064)
Cartoon
Campers don't want to play ring toss with Zork, until their counselor reminds them about being judgmental.
(EKA: Episode 3033)
Film
Some kids talk about a garden they have in the middle of the city.
(EKA: Episode 2951)
Cartoon
Song for the letters of the alphabet.
(EKA: Episode 3314)
SCENE 2
Elmo sees that Oscar is sad. After some coercion, Oscar admits that he misses Slimey and that this is the time of day that he would normally help him with his wiggle exercises.
SCENE 2
cont'd
Not to be deterred, Elmo won't go away until Oscar lets him do wiggle exercises with him, but only if it means Elmo will go away. Of course, this also means that they have to sing the song that Oscar normally sings for Slimey: "Wiggle Wiggle Wiggle." Elmo feels proud that he made Oscar feel "just a little better."
Film
Kids dance around at gymnastics to "Rockin' Robin."
(EKA: Episode 3314)

Muppets
The Count's Fairytale Theatre: The Count tells a new version of "This Little Piggy Went to the Market" for ten toes. The little piggy who stayed home, did so to read a book: War and Pigs, and the tenth pig gets shot out of a cannon.
Cartoon
Counting 40 pigs
(EKA: Episode 3084)
Muppets
Big Bird observes how balloons can make one happy. Telly emerges, looking sad, with a deflated balloon, so Big Bird gives his balloon to Telly.
(EKA: Episode 3429)
Cartoon
Bobby's dog narrates why Bobby is sad.
(EKA: Episode 3540)

SCENE 3
Oscar sings the "Miss My Worm Blues" with Fluffy as Gina stops by again. She's only there for a moment when Sloppy, Dusty and Eartha show up to ask Oscar if they will look after Sloppy to make her feel better from missing her big brother. Oscar asks the musicians in his trash can to start playing the "Miss My Worm Blues" again.
Cartoon
5 of various things found in space including 5 spaceships on Mars.
(EKA: Episode 3698)
Muppets
Harvey Kneeslapper plans to use a hand buzzer when he asks someone to slap him five. Instead, the joker slaps a 5 on his chest.
(EKA: Episode 0991)
Cartoon
5 flies land on a kid's face.
Artist: Owe Gustafson

Celebrity
6-year-old Joseph Marley records a song with his dad, Stephen. Footage is shown of the Marley family on tour, singing "Could You Be Loved."
(EKA: Episode 3710)
Animation
A kid makes a birthday card for his dad.
(EKA: Episode 3691)

SCENE 4
Sloppy remembers playing worm tag with her brother. Oscar offers to play tag with her, but it's not the same. Oscar reassures her that Slimey will be back eventually, and sings more blues this time in the form of a lullaby as Sloppy takes a nap.
Song
Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Sleeps" (re-filmed version)
(EKA: Episode 0406)
Muppets
A lady brings her J to Al's Alphabet Garage because it won't jump. Al asks if it can jog, jiggle, play jazz and determines that it needs a jump start. After he gets it working, the J smashes through the wall.
(EKA: Episode 3109)
Cartoon
A little man misplaces his J under his hat.
(EKA: Episode 1709)
Film
Girls jump rope and sing playground rhymes.
(EKA: Episode 3408)
Muppets
"Things That I Remember"
(First: Episode 3656)
Cartoon
An alligator and an elephant chat about how to remember their names. (new music added)
(EKA: Episode 2313)

SCENE 5
Oscar shows Sloppy his worm space journal including various pictures taken of Slimey in space. Sloppy thinks the moon looks like an old piece of moldy cheese. As Gina happens by again, she thinks it's adorable that Oscar and Sloppy are getting along, and Oscar tells her to back off. Just then, the signal at the WASA mission control Around the Corner goes off, meaning that Slimey is going to talk to them from his spaceship. They become excited, and immediately head over there.
Cartoon
Planet J / j
(EKA: Episode 2849)
Muppets
Sesame Street News Flash
Kermit the Frog reports from an alphabet mine where they dig Js. The miners tell him various words that begin with J and Richard presents him with his own J.
(EKA: Episode 2612)
Film
William Wegman's dogs make a J and dress as a jester.
Song
Tony Bennett and Lexine sing "Little Things"
Film
A girl dances her way into her family portrait.
(EKA: Episode 3119)


SCENE 6
Elmo, Baby Bear, Papa Bear, Gina, Ruthie, Susan, Carlo and the Kids have joined Oscar, Sloppy, Dusty and Eartha at mission command to walk to Slimey. Via video transmissions adminstered by Professor Albert Einslime and the WASA technicians, Slimey says hello to everyone on Sesame Street. His parents tell him that he's very proud of him and Sloppy can't wait for him to come home to play ball. Slimey and Oscar tell each other that they miss one another as everyone erupts in a heartfelt "Awww."

SCENE 6
cont'd
Slimey signs off, and everyone talks about how proud they are of him as they leave. As Sloppy's parents are about to take her home, Oscar invites her over to have dinner with him. Gina announces the sponsors, as Oscar talks to Sloppy about the kind of fun they'll have together.
COMING SOON
Coming soon on Sesame Street: At Gina's Day Care, "The Great Stinkini" does a trick: he grows a flower!


Slimey to the Moon
The Moon | WASA | Launch | Shuttle Crisis | Moon Landing | Return
( The Spaceketeers | Missing Slimey | Monster Moon Watch | Slimey's Birthday | Missing Slimey (2) )


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