|Produced by||Genius Entertainment|
Sesame Street: Old School, Volume 2 is a DVD set collecting episodes and skits from the early seasons of Sesame Street, released in 2007.
This set is a follow-up to the first installment, which was released in 2006. The Old School sets are marketed as a nostalgia set, aimed at teenagers and adults who remember the series from their childhood. This set contains a 12-page booklet with behind-the-scenes information and photos, and a special collectible animation cel from "Pinball Number Count."
Each episode features a special introduction by the Typewriter.
Mark M. Magner designed all packaging, disc labels, booklet and premium animation cel.
A third volume followed some five years later.
- Telephone Rock (EKA: Episode 0733)
- Richard Pryor: Alphabet (EKA: Episode 0862)
- Here Is Your Life: Loaf of Bread (EKA: Episode 0709)
- Arthur Ashe: Over and Under (EKA: Episode 0978)
- Magic Pig Calypso Song (EKA: Episode 0827)
- Don Music writes "Mary Had a Bicycle" (EKA: Episode 0698)
- The Pointer Sisters' Swinging Alphabet (EKA: Episode 0802)
- Super Grover: Stopping a Fight (EKA: Episode 0682)
- Henson Ball High Wire #3 (EKA: Episode 2412)
- Richie Havens: Wonder Child
- Twiddlebugs: Postage Stamp (EKA: Episode 0961)
- "The Subway" (EKA: Episode 0808)
- José Feliciano: Arroz Con Leche
- Chicken Hatching (film) (EKA: Episode 0757)
- Sesame Street News: Jack Be Nimble (EKA: Episode 0723)
- Helen Reddy: Grow
- Broom Adventures (cartoon) (EKA: Episode 0888)
- City/Country song (EKA: Episode 0681)
- Season 6 Credit Crawl (First: Episode 0670)
- Easter egg: "Bumble Ardy" cartoon (EKA: Episode 0305)
- Pinball Number Count #4 (EKA: Episode 1199)
- Kermit and the Weather Salesman (EKA: Episode 0848)
- Buffy Sainte-Marie: Wynken, Blynken and Nod (EKA: Episode 1130)
- Don Music: Yankee Doodle (EKA: Episode 1152)
- Alone Song (EKA: Episode 1006)
- Marshal Grover: Away From (EKA: Episode 0856)
- Grover Invents the Wheel (EKA: Episode 0898)
- Follow the Leader (Bob & kids) (EKA: Episode 0828)
- Pinball Number Count Remix #1-12
- Season 7 Credit Crawl (First: Episode 0800)
- Cookie Disco (EKA: Episode 1093)
- Paul Simon: Me and Julio Down by the Schoolyard (EKA: Episode 1187)
- Waiter Grover: All Out of Food (EKA: Episode 1708)
- Lobster Fisherman (film) (EKA: Episode 0966)
- Dog Flea Camp (EKA: Episode 1058)
- Bert's Physical (EKA: Episode 1090)
- Two Doors With Bob
- Swamp Mushy Muddy (EKA: Episode 0748)
- Season 8 Credit Crawl (EKA: Episode 0930)
- Easter egg: A girl prepares for the snow
- "It Feels Good When You Sing a Song" (EKA: Episode 1563)
- Bert & Ernie: Slice of Life (EKA: Episode 1285)
- Ray Charles: "I Got a Song" (EKA: Episode 1109)
- Fonzie & Cunningham: Brushing Teeth
- Sign Cartoons: Taxi (EKA: Episode 1136)
- School Pageant: Seasons (EKA: Episode 2497)
- "Sing After Me" with Madeline Kahn and Grover (EKA: Episode 1112)
- Fireworks Alphabet (EKA: Episode 1206)
- The Ten Commandments of Health (EKA: Episode 1163)
- Season 9 Credit Crawl (First: Episode 1060)
- ABC Disco (EKA: Episode 1957)
- Kermit Casting Director (EKA: Episode 3428)
- Imagination: Dogs (new sound effects added) (EKA: Episode 1800)
- Llama at Dentist Song (EKA: Episode 1241)
- Bert Teaches Pigeon Checkers. (EKA: Episode 1227)
- Lost Dog Flyer (film) (EKA: Episode 1222)
- "My Favorite Number Is 6" (EKA: Episode 1646)
- Old West: Letter Y Box of Crayons (EKA: Episode 1708)
- Season 10 Credit Crawl (First: Episode 1190)
- Easter egg: A boy gets lost, and a mysterious man shows teaches him to think backwards. (EKA: Episode 0668)
On each disc, go to the bonus features menu, press the left arrow, and select, and an animated segment can be viewed (see disc sections for which cartoons).
- Episode 0666: "Dialing for Prizes Movie" is replaced by Beat the Time with Grover as the contestant.
- Episode 0796: In the second-to-last Street scene, the DVD release omits the last few seconds in which David and Maria kiss. (Maria sings "Happy Birthday to You," a song that is still under copyright in the United States.)
- Sesame Street Test Show 1: The scene in which Bob reads Where the Wild Things Are is cut; this is likely due to rights issues.
- The Super Grover, Here is Your Life, and Sesame Street News Flash segments included as "season six classic cuts" feature later versions of the title cards, as opposed to what was originally used.
- On early copies of the set, a folder icon was printed in error on one of the pictures on the inside disc case. This was corrected on subsequent printings.