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Sesame Street
Plot Big Bird at Camp, part 1 (season premiere)
Air date November 22, 1982
Season Season 14 (1982-1983)
Sponsors D, 2
Syndication Sesame Street Unpaved
Releases Old School: Volume 3

1706

This episode guide is missing segments cut from Noggin's broadcast.
Picture Segment Description
1706a

1706b
SCENE 1
Big Bird greets the viewers and says that he is going to a place called Camp Echo Rock. Then, the entire cast sings "He's Going to Camp."
1706c
Animation
Sand D/d
Bae21
Muppets
Ernie and Bert: Ernie and Bert explore an Egyptian pyramid. Bert is excited, but Ernie is afraid. They see statues that look like them. Bert decides to explore a tunnel while Ernie looks at the statues, and then the Ernie statue starts tapping and talking to Ernie. But when Ernie calls Bert back to the room, the statue doesn't move. Ernie is scared until the statue starts singing Rubber Duckie with him. Bert doesn't believe Ernie, until he says "Bye-bye, statue," and the statue replies "Bye-bye!" and laughs... just like Ernie.
1706d

2Farmers
Animation
2 farmers
1706e

1706e1
SCENE 2
Big Bird is sad because realizes that Snuffy isn't going to camp with him. The adults are sad too, because they are going to miss Big Bird. Big Bird suggests that maybe he shouldn't go, but they help him to feel better. He then returns to his nest and reassures Snuffy that it's okay to be sad... which is also a good reason for the both of them to cry together.
BabyHonker
Muppets
A baby Honker hatches from an egg and learns to honk like all the Honkers.
1706f
Film
Alone Song
(EKA: Episode 1145)
1706g
SCENE 3
After they are finished crying, Big Bird and Snuffy play a guessing game to guess how Big Bird will get to camp.
1706g1
SCENE 3, cont'd
The bus arrives, and Big Bird meets his counselor Mickey, played by Giancarlo Esposito. Big Bird takes a long time to say goodbye, and the bus gets stuck.
1706h
Muppets
Harry Belafonte and The Count sing "Coconut Counting Man."
1706i
Cartoon
Two giraffes (Swedish animation)
1706i2
Film
Sounds Around the House with Violin
2485x
Cartoon
Madrigal Alphabet
Animation by Jeff Hale
(EKA: Episode 0915)
1706j
SCENE 4
While Susan tightens the bus's muffler, Big Bird meets Rusty. Then, the bus is fixed and Big Bird waves goodbye to everyone.
Wereonthebus
Cartoon
B ... US! We're on the bus!
(EKA: Episode 0796)
0926o
Film
Bus trip around town (guitar soundtrack)
(EKA: Episode 0926)
EBTag
Muppets
Ernie and Bert: Ernie plays a game of tag with Bert, who is reading his book.
(EKA: Episode 1026)
1706j1
Cartoon
Typewriter Guy: D - Daisy
1706k
SCENE 5
Big Bird, Rusty and the kids ride on the bus to Camp Echo Rock.
This scene is reused as the opening montage for the rest of the week.
1706l
Cartoon
Toothpaste on Parade
(EKA: Episode 1446)
1706m
Muppets
Two-Headed Monster: Shares A Pillow
1186g
Cartoon
Consonant Sound Limerick: D - Dog
(EKA: Episode 1186)
2096m
Film
Song: "Me and My Chair"
Pinball2
Cartoon
Pinball Number Count #2
Animation by Jeff Hale
(EKA: Episode 1056)
Wideopenspaces
Muppets
In the woods, a nature-loving baritone (Jim Henson) sings "Ah, For the Joys of the Countryside" about how much he loves the country, without noticing that his surroundings are being converted into a city.
(EKA: Episode 1056)
1706n

1706o
SCENE 6
Big Bird arrives at Camp Echo Rock, meets the camp director Aunt May, played by Marilyn Sokol, and is assigned to Cabin 10. After everyone is introduced by Aunt May and doing the Echo Rock Handshake for the first time, they all go into their cabins to unpack. Aunt May announces the sponsors.

Notes

  • The week of "Camp Echo Rock" episodes were taped over a 6-day period in August 1982 at Bear Mountain in New York.[1]
  • The street story of this episode was repeated in Episode 1976.

Sources

  1. Children's Television Workshop. Quarterly Progress Report, July 30, 1982 to September 30, 1982.


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