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Sesame Street
Plot The Old Woman who Lives in a Shoe's house arrives on Sesame Street. (repeat of 2822)
Air date December 8, 1992
Season Season 24 (1992-1993)
Sponsors A, G, 16
Syndication
Releases

3027

Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1
As the adults clean up the aftermath of the hurricane, Big Bird and Snuffy are heard arguing. Maria and Luis investigate and learn they are arguing over something that landed on Big Bird’s nest. He thinks it’s a shoe, but Snuffy thinks it’s a house. Maria and Luis take a look at it and are surprised to find it’s both.
Animation
Isadora's sneakers describe all the fun they've had this past year, as the seasons change.
(EKA: Episode 2855)

Muppets
While Ernie is away visiting the Count, Bert has the place all to himself... or so he thinks! A group of sheep burst into the room and proceed to sing him a song ("Bert's Blanket") about how his blanket was made (with a flashback scene where Ernie is portrayed as a rancher). Bert then corrects them on the actual production phase.
(EKA: Episode 2499)
Cartoon
A for Ape (who crashes into a tree and forms a SHAPE)
(EKA: Episode 1933)
Film
Maria and some kids count katydids hiding in the leaves.
Music: Joe Raposo
(EKA: Episode 2624)
SCENE 2
Maria realizes the house can only belong to The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe, which is further evidenced by a newspaper article Luis finds stating that Mother Goose Land was hit by the hurricane too. Maria calls the evacuation center the characters fled to and reaches the Old Woman, who says she’ll be there soon. Snuffy rushes off to Snufflegarden to tell his classmates.
Animation
Growing Numbers #16
Artist: Jane Aaron
Muppets
Grover sells newspapers in the street. He thinks they are for making paper hats, but a customer shows him they are actually for reading. The customer wants to buy a newspaper, but Grover won't stop reading the paper that the customer wants to buy. Grover reads about construction of a new building, a parade, and an expected rain shower, all of which occur as Grover reads.
(EKA: Episode 2755)
Cartoon
"Up and Down with Captain Brown"
(EKA: Episode 2773)
Film
A blind class goes on a field trip to the park, using their other senses to experience their surroundings. The teacher sings "If You're Happy and You Know It."
(EKA: Episode 2746)
Animation
G/g musical notes (Gordon voiceover)
(EKA: Episode 2233)

SCENE 3
Telly tries to remember the last two lines of the nursery rhyme, but fails to. The Old Woman (Rhea Perlman) arrives and describes the sights she saw last night during the hurricane. Since her house is now here, she decides to live on Sesame Street and calls in her many kids.
Song
"Imagine"
(EKA: Episode 2939)
Muppets
Kermit and Gladys the Cow switch places.
(EKA: Episode 2362)
Animation
Letter Garden: A
Artist: Jane Aaron
Cartoon
A girl talks about her skin.
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(EKA: Episode 2990)
Film
How paper is recycled
(First: Episode 2627)

SCENE 4
The Old Woman and her kids have flocked the street, playing. Telly knows that the rest of the poem will reveal something incriminating about her. They watch her as she makes sure the kids remember their new street name. Oscar pops from his can with another sign for them: his “SCRAM” sign. However, it doesn’t sink in as fast as he wants.
Cartoon
The Bellhop must take Mrs. Stein's bags to floor 16.
(EKA: Episode 2496)
Muppets
Hoots plays jazz in a park, accompanied by Chip and Dip. They are encountered by Mary, who wants them to play a new version of her nursery rhyme, which involves another lamb.
(EKA: Episode 2899)
Cartoon
Esmae's wooden clown breaks, and she is about to throw it away, when it suggests she use glue to fix it.
(EKA: Episode 2916)
Film / Animation
Lake (time-lapse)
(EKA: Episode 2887)
SCENE 5
Big Bird sees the family eating lunch now, which jogs Telly’s memory. He recalls the next line of the poem: “She gave them some broth without any bread.” However, Big Bird observes them eating spaghetti with garlic bread. The Old Woman says it’s naptime, which reminds Telly of the next line: “…and whipped them all soundly and put them to bed.” Once again, Big Bird sees the contrary and watches the Old Woman sending them off to bed, kissing each child.
Cartoon
G for Gorilla
(EKA: Episode 2895)
Film
In Alaska, a sculptor makes carvings of cold climate animals.
Music: Joe Raposo
(EKA: Episode 2365)
Muppets
Muppet & Kid Moments: Cookie Monster shows David a sign that says STREET.
(EKA: Episode 2363)
Cartoon
A rabbit crosses the STREET, and almost gets run over.
(EKA: Episode 0814)
Song
Joe Raposo sings "Families."
(EKA: Episode 0592)
Cartoon
G For Giggle
(EKA: Episode 0514)
SCENE 6
Telly and Big Bird ask why The Old Woman is nothing like her poem. She says that she is a different Old Lady who lives in a shoe and tells them her poem. She adds an extra verse that invites them both to lunch with her.
Cartoon
"Do the Continental" - two kids jump into Africa.
(EKA: Episode 2820)
Muppets
Lefty delivers the rest of the carrots to his boss. The boss reveals that the carrots are for his pet rabbit (a real rabbit), which he shows to Lefty.
(EKA: Episode 0433)
Only part 3 is shown in this episode.
Animation
Rubber Stamp #16
Song
Jerry Nelson sings "I'm the Big One Now."
(EKA: Episode 2876)
Cartoon
A man displays the capital and lowercase A, and explains what an alligator is.
(First: Episode 0006)

SCENE 7
Snuffy comes back from Snufflegarden and learns the Old Women and her children are at the park and will return shortly. Snuffy catches a whiff of the Garlic, which sets off his allergies. His sneeze is so powerful that it sends the Old Woman’s house flying. The Old Woman comes back and is shocked, but a call from Mother Goose calms her, as her house has landed back in Mother Goose Land! Big Bird covers Snuffy’s snuffle with a hankie to prevent him from sneezing again as Maria announces the sponsors.


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