Sesame Street
Plot Big Bird's Games with Bob
Air date April 7, 1995
Season Season 26 (1994-1995)
Sponsors C, U, 20
This episode guide has been compiled from incomplete video material.


Picture Segment Description

Insert As the World Takes Turns
In this soap opera parody, Telly is in desperate need for Gordon's help inserting his straw into his juice box, but Zoe also needs his assistance so she can blow her nose after sneezing. The problem is solved by taking turns.
Cartoon A mosquito bites a man and a dog, who agree to scratch each other's backs.
Artist: ArtistMike
(EKA: Episode 3217)

SCENE 1 Bob invites Big Bird to join a game he and the kids are about to play: "Three of These Things," using brushes and the number 20. Big Bird becomes inspired and wants to make up his own game.
Song "Fixin' My Hair"
(EKA: Episode 2734)
Masked March 20
Animation Masked March #20
Cartoon The Bellhop is sent to the grocery store to get twenty grapefruits. He counts to 20 on the way there so that he can remember the quantity, but forgets what item he was sent for.
(EKA: Episode 2589)
Animation A white shell is uncovered in the sand.
(EKA: Episode 2061)
Muppets Little Chrissy always has fun whether he's "Wet or Dry."
(EKA: Episode 3134)
Cartoon I am dry, they are wet (man laying on the beach)
Artist: Cliff Roberts
(EKA: Episode 0309)
SCENE 2 Bob is about to have his lunch, when Big Bird returns with a new game he's made. He sings as he points out the items on the table and has everyone close their eyes as he removes one, then asks them to guess what's missing. The all correctly guess that Bob's sandwich is missing and Big Bird rushes off to play the game with others, taking Bob's sandwich with him.
SCENE 3 Big Bird returns Bob's sandwich and makes sure Bob isn't mad or sad he lost it, preventing Bob from eating. When Bob finally confirms that he's happy, Big Bird asks why he hasn't eaten his lunch yet.
Animation In stop-motion, sandwich ingredients square-dance in a ring and arrange themselves into a sandwich, which gets a bite taken out of it in a refrigerator.
(EKA: Episode 3080)
Song Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Eats."
Re-filmed version
(EKA: Episode 2855)
Muppets The Two-Headed Monster learns to use manners while eating with a spoon.
(EKA: Episode 1405)
SCENE 4 Bob finishes mopping his apartment floors, when Big Bird and the kids show up with another new game: the "Open and Closed Game." They look around for things they can open and close, including Bob's front door...locking them all out.
33-Abierto, cerrado
Film Abierto and cerrado
(EKA: Episode 3271)
Muppets Cookie Monster sings "C is for Cookie."
(First: Episode 0372)
Cartoon The Noble Ostrich
Artist: Bruce Cayard
(EKA: Episode 1056)

SCENE 5 Bob gets a new key from the superintendent and enters the apartment with Big Bird, who has made up a new song. He takes the tune of "C is for Cookie" and claims he can sing about any object. Big Bird annoys Bob with this for a period of time, until they hear the closing theme, signaling them to announce the sponsors and say goodbye.

Known missing segments

Picture Segment Description
Song "It's All Right to Cry"
(EKA: Episode 3154)
Film Girls do a hand-clap game about friends whose names start with C.
(EKA: Episode 3324)

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