|Plot||Pete Seeger visits Sesame Street|
|Air date||November 20, 1970|
|Season||Season 2 (1970-1971)|
- Susan introduces Pete Seeger who is visiting the street for the day because his car had a busted chain so he is waiting for the garage to fix it. Pete says he has a song that is like a chain, where each verse leads to another. He sings "The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly".
- Susan calls the kids' attention to the sky and they watch Alphabet Bates draw the letter N. (First: Episode 0041)
- N – Negative Talking Crow
- Cartoon: "N" for naughty and nice.
- Mr. Hooper brings everybody sodas and asks Pete where he learned all those songs. Pete compares them to a chain, because he learned them from people who learned them from other people. He sings the Woody Guthrie song “Why Oh Why”
- Tim Conway says "One More Time!"
- One of the kids is sad because the chain fell off his bicycle. Pete says he has a chain, but Gordon says a bicycle is smaller than a car, so it needs a smaller chain. He takes the kid to the repair shop, while Pete sings a song about a bicycle: "Daisy Bell (Bicycle Built for Two)"
- Cartoon: Number 8
- Bob explains to the kids what a round is. He teaches Pete, Oscar the Grouch, and the kids the Robert Allen song "Why Choose to Be Afraid?"
- Cookie Monster and Ernie: Ernie has four apples, and wants to draw the number 4 to represent that quantity. Cookie Monster comes along and wants to eat an apple, so Ernie crosses out the 4 and draws a 3, but then Cookie Monster decides not to eat the apple, so Ernie crosses out the 3 again and draws another 4.
- Pete teaches hambone to Gordon and the kids
- ET Family Quick Cuts: A man tries to show the 'et' family. He tells the S to come set, he’s not done yet.
- Pete sings "Michael, Row the Boat Ashore"
- Pete sings "Old MacDonald," "I've Been Working on the Railroad," "Sixteen Tons," and "Hush, Little Baby."
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