|Plot||Oscar has a cold|
|Air date||November 16, 1970|
|Season||Season 2 (1970-1971)|
- Gordon is helping a kid write the words “Sesame Street” when he overhears Oscar the Grouch sneezing. Oscar says it’s not even fun being a grouch when you have a cold, so Gordon, Susan and Bob go look for things to make Oscar feel better.
- Cartoon: "Poverty F" -- a man tries to remember a word beginning with the letter F, and another man lists as many words as he can think of to help him. (First: Episode 0128)
- Cartoon: F – Fly
- Susan takes Oscar’s temperature, and tells him to watch this film about a sailing ship while they wait for the thermometer to be done
- Film: Sloop
- Bob finds a book of knock knock jokes to tell Oscar, and Gordon brings tissues and orange juice.
- Susan reads a book called “I Am a Hunter” to Oscar and the kids
- Cartoon: A sprightly seal tells the story of six silly sailors who split up on a see-saw. (First: Episode 0002)
- Bob teaches that “mano” is Spanish for “hand,” and finds clothing for a mano.
- Gesner hand film
- Film: Animal homes
- Bob and the kids talk about things you can do with your hands—clap, snap, fold them, count on them.
- Pete Seeger sings “Heave Away Haul Away,” “There Was a Cottage,” “Sailing Up My Dirty Stream,” and “Skip to My Lou”
- Cartoon: Superman tells why S is his favorite letter.
- New York Mets miss on 4
- New York Mets miss on 11
- New York Mets miss on 13
- Alice Braithwaite Goodyshoes uses a brick wall to demonstrate around (by going around the wall), under (by pretending to climb under it), and over (by jumping over it, and crashing when she lands). (First: Episode 0076)
- Bill Cosby tells his young friends a story that involves "over" and "under". He mixes the words up, and the kids correct him.
- Three of These Things: hot dog, mustard, roll, flower.
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