Mr. Hooper makes Oscar the Grouch a sundae. Not an ice cream sundae, but a rubber ball sundae with chocolate syrup and a pickle on top. When Mr. Hooper questions Oscar's taste, Oscar reminds him that the customer is always right.
Cartoon: Two men (represented by only their heads) have their own different idea, and tell the other about it; now both men know twice as much.
Bob, David, and a kid teach the meaning of "between." Bob asks if anybody minds if he sits between David and Paul. David doesn't mind and neither does Paul. As Bob goes to sit down, David says that somebody might mind--Paul's rabbit, who is sitting between them.
Cartoon: After a kid sees a jumble of shapes, he tells his father about it. The father finds a way to turn the stuff into a cart and tells his son, who remembers to assemble it. (EKA: Episode 0231)
Ernie and Bert: Ernie lies in bed and starts talking about how a square looks like and how many lines it has, then goes on to compare a a square with a triangle. And then starts to ponder about how many sides a circle has, and goes to sleep just as Bert is about to attempt to answer the question, and ends up not being able to sleep. (EKA: Episode 0239)
Ernie and Bert: Bert tells Ernie to clean up the messy apartment. Ernie cleans up, but the toy chest is still a mess, so he tidies up the toy chest by throwing toys all over the room. (First: Episode 0010)
Ernie and Bert: Ernie has six jellybeans, and Bert has seven. Bert thanks Ernie for giving him the extra jellybean. Ernie says that isn't fair -- they should have an equal amount. To make it even, Ernie eats the extra jellybean. That's fair, isn't it? (First: Episode 0014)