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|Sponsors||Aleph, 2, "Wet Paint", "Shalom"|
| ||Itzhak Perlman introduces the show and how it is similar to Sesame Street, such as having a barvazoni (a Rubber Duckie).|
| ||Bonnie Franklin comes to the street and introduces herself to the residents.|
| || Bert tells Ernie not to eat cookies in bed, because he might get crumbs in the bed. Ernie decides to eat cookies in Bert's bed instead.|
Bert's lines are dubbed in Hebrew. One of Ernie's first lines ("Yes, Bert?") is re-dubbed in English by an unknown person.
| ||Itzhak is on Dizengoff Street in Tel Aviv and talks to some kids who just moved there.|
| ||Animals sing "Shalom!" to each other.|
| ||An Israeli Arab boy looks for his grandfather, but everyone he ask tells him he's "over there". He walks around the village until he finds him at the mosque.|
| ||Itzhak introduces the aleph-bet.|
| ||Hebrew Alphabet|
| || Rechov Video|
The guest VJ's this week are Itzhak and Rubber Duckie. They introduce "Rubber Duckie".
Ernie's singing vocals are dubbed, but his dialogue in the middle remains in English.
| ||A boy introduces Bonnie to the city of Jerusalem.|
| ||A boat's smoke forms an Aleph.|
| ||Bonnie, some kids and Moishe Oofnik introduce the letter Aleph.|
| ||Bonnie and Ofrah observe some posters, one of which features Haim Moshe. A flashback (from Rechov Sumsum) is then shown, where he sings "Sheer Ha-shechenut."|
| || A man sits on a bench, not noticing the "Wet Paint" sign.|
Artist: Rony Oren
| ||Kids climb the Masada, a famous mountain in Israel.|
| ||Train #2|
| ||Mary Tyler Moore learns some Hebrew words from a girl.|
| ||"Fun in the Afternoon" (An image of Ernie appears on one child's Hippity-Hop.)|
| ||A boy counts the stairs as he climbs them with his sack of toys.|
| ||Itzhak describes the history of the city of Caesaria and performs in the Roman Theater, claiming it's now home to violins and not violence.|
| ||Kippi announces the sponsors.|
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|N/A||Show 2: Tel Aviv|