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Sesame Street
Plot Monster moon watch
Air date February 26, 1998
Season Season 29 (1997-1998)
Sponsors C, 13

This episode guide has been compiled from incomplete video material.
Picture Segment Description
Ruthie walks out onto Sesame Street from the Subway Station on her way to Finders Keepers. Several monsters are buzzing about, chanting "Moon." Telly explains to Ruthie that they're all getting ready for the Monster Moon Watch, an annual event scheduled for that night on the rooftops. It's being held on Sesame Street this year in honor of Slimey the Worm, who is currently on a long trip to the moon. Telly leaves to find his tuba so he can play the Monster Moon Tune, while Mimsy asks Ruthie if she's the moon.
"C Drives Me Crazy"
Big Bird and Baby Bear visit the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and interpret a painting by Jackson Pollock.
(EKA: Episode 3694)
A domestic cat paints various wild feline versions of himself on his owner's canvas.
Miles is sitting on the steps of 123 Sesame Street as Gordon arrives home with a bag of groceries. They plan on watching the stars tonight, so Miles is making a list in his space journal of all the stars and planets he wants to look at. The journal also chronicles WASA's launch of their moon program, which they recap. Gordon is looking forward to a nice, quiet night with just the two of them looking at the stars, moon and Slimey. Miles goes to get the telescope ready as Gordon prepares to make some sandwiches.
"If Moon Was Cookie"
(EKA: Episode 2619)
Madrigal Alphabet
(EKA: Episode 1093)
The Martians: Book
Jerry Nelson sings "In My Book"
(EKA: Episode 3141)
Various alien creatures perform in an otherwordly music performance conducted by a trumpet-nosed creature.
(EKA: Episode 2679)
Back at Finders Keepers, Telly, Rosita, Herry, Elmo and Zoe have gathered with all their supplies for the Monster Moon Watch. Zoe has pillows to lay on, Herry will be keeping time, Telly has his tuba and Rosita has enough onions for everyone (it's tradition). They only thing they don't have is a grown-up to go with them, so they recruit Ruthie to do it.
A strange poem with C words.
Muppets / Celebrity
Hoots the Owl challenges Yo-Yo Ma to make the same sounds with his cello that Hoots makes with his saxophone.
A rhythm is made of breaking eggs, door slams, cans dropping, ice, and feet stepping.
Jerry Nelson sings "Moonshine"
(EKA: Episode 2980)
Mimsy appears in front of The Furry Arms looking for the moon. Benny Rabbit just wiggles his teeth.

Ernie & Bert: The Count Sleeps Over At Ernie & Bert's Part 1

The Count sleeps in Bert's bed while Bert sleeps on the couch. Ernie tells The Count that he can count sheep to get to sleep, but it never dawned on Ernie that the Count never gets tired of counting. He stays up all night counting sheep, to Ernie's detriment.
(EKA: Episode 1081)
Only Part 1 is shown in this episode.

Noodles & Nedd: Noodles tries to get Nedd to feed him while Nedd is fixated on looking at the stars through his telescope.
(EKA: Episode 3701)
Miles and Gordon are on the roof enjoying their quiet time together. Abruptly, Ruthie and the monsters barge through the door chanting "moon, moon" and Mindy thinks Gordon's head is the moon. Telly leads the group in a rendition of the Monster Moon Tune. Mile sand Gordon identify the letter C and the number 13 as constellations, which they figure must mean that they've sponsored the episode. In closing, they wonder where Slimey is by now, figuring it's someplace at least a lot quieter.

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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