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Nick created this, Where Is It?, and the stub A Zoo for Jenny over a year ago. A few Sesame English episodes are in circulation (I downloaded some myself), and through libraries, but at this point, I'm going to go ahead and delete the first two (and probably raise the question on the stub), and park the rough notes below. As always on Muppet Wiki, there's no reason the pages can't be recreated later, but right now, they just sit there. -- Andrew Leal (talk) 02:41, 12 August 2008 (UTC)
- Oh yikes, I agree. These are embarrassing. I keep trying to find the set being distributed through library loan, but I can't seem to get my hands on them. —Scott (talk) 02:43, 12 August 2008 (UTC)
Niki's band is practicing in her living room, but Tingo keeps interupting them, by taking pictures with his camera.
A series of kids say phrases like "Smile!", "Take a picture!"
CAT, a series of cats do different things
Kermit counts 5 monkeys, exclaiming that there's "a whole lot of monkey business!"
Cookie Monster is eventually joined by many Muppet monsters while singing "C is for Cookie". The camera cuts to Tingo, who is singing along, and comments about how Cookie Monster "sure loves cookies". The song finishes with the original American characters.
Cat shaped clouds float by the screen, as a voice exclaims "look at the cats!"
- 5 pinball counting
"Look at the Cat"
Niki and her band play the song "You're my Friend [and you make me smile]". They're interupted at the end of the song, not by Tingo, but by the phone ringing. The person books them for a concert that night, but sends all four members into a frenzy when they realize they don't have the required picture to supply the venue with. Tingo finally realizes they can use the photo he just took, which he has already printed off as a multiple foot tall, glossy banner.
The band plays "You're my Friend" at the venue, with their picture beside them. Tingo dances along on stage with them.