|Plot||Oscar decides to leave Sesame Street.|
|Air date||November 11, 1969|
|Season||Season 1 (1969-1970)|
|Sponsors||E, S, W, 2, 3|
- Gordon, Bob and Mr. Hooper keep bothering Oscar the Grouch, so he decides to leave. Unfortunately, nobody seems to mind, and Oscar is bored without having everyone bugging him. He decides he'd rather be bothered than have peace and quiet, so he returns home.
- Ernie teases Bert by drawing a tree instead of a three. He also draws a llama and introduces a film on llamas.
- Gordon shows how a scale works by using some of Susan's coffee beans as weights, and demonstrates the difference between "more", "less", and "same".
- Listen My Brother sings "You Gotta Learn."
- Mr. Hooper reads "Gwendolyn, the Miracle Hen" to some kids.
- Buddy and Jim try to figure out a way to get an ironing board from one room to another.
- Actor James Earl Jones recites the alphabet.
- Speech Balloon: E -- Egg (aired twice)
- Film: A boy counts 11 eggs and one cookie in an egg carton.
- Cartoon: A sprightly seal tells the story of six silly sailors who split up on a see-saw.
- Film: "ROUND" -- A live-action film shows circles in everyday life, from Coca-Cola bottle caps, to moving wheels, to yo-yos, bubbles, and balloons, set to a lively soundtrack.
- Animation: "E Imagination": A surreal story of a boy eating a peach atop an eagle witnesseing a queen on her knee, dreaming of eating ice cream in a land of steam. (This segment is repeated three times in this episode.) (First: Episode 0001)
- "Jazz #3"
|Previous episode:||Next episode:|
|Episode 0001||Episode 0003|