An animated typewriter with eyes and arms, and mobile wheels appeared on Sesame Street beginning in Season 6. The Typewriter would demonstrate letters by typing out the letter, and a word beginning with it, on himself. He often fumbled, which frustrated him. The Typewriter's most notable dialogue, apart from announcing the letter and the word, was his trademark "Noo-nee-noo-nee-noo" sounds. Twenty-six shorts were produced, one for each letter of the alphabet, and continued to appear on Sesame Street as late as Season 35.
|Picture||Letter / EKA||Description|
| A - Airplane|
| The Typewriter's experiment in flight.
| B - Ball|
| An encounter with a giant ball.
| C - Cat|
| The Typewriter encounters a large cat, which he reduces in size by typing "little cat," and scaring it off with a "WOOF-WOOF!"|
| D - Daisy|
| A giant daisy grows beneath the Typewriter.|
| E - Ear|
| The Typewriter and a giant Ear.
| F - Fly|
| Not the insect, but rather, the Typewriter again soars into the air.
| G - Glue|
| The Typewriter gets stuck on a spot of glue.
| H - Hand|
| The Typewriter encounters a giant hand.
| I - Ink|
|The Typewriter runs out of fluid.|
| J - Jump|
|The Typewriter types J for Jump, then jumps after a frog.|
| K - Key|
|The Typewriter unlocks a passage.|
| L - Lion|
| The Typewriter encounters another "large" feline.
| M - Magic|
| The Typewriter performs a few tricks.
| N- Nose|
| More fun with body parts.
| O - Owl|
|The Typewriter is always a hoot.|
| P - Pencil|
| The Typewriter tries another writing implement.
| Q - Quiet|
| The Typewriter seeks silence.
| R- Rope|
| The Typewriter plays jumprope.
| S - Spring|
| The Typewriter has a loose spring.
| T - Train|
| The Typewriter and an electric train.
| U - Umbrella|
| The Typewriter traps himself in an umbrella.
| V - Vacuum|
| The Typewriter deals with a cleaning implement.
| W - Wall|
| The Typewriter hits a barrier.
| X - X-Ray|
| The Typewriter gets a check-up.
| Y - Yo-yo|
| The Typewriter knocks himself for a loop.
| Z - Zoo|
| The Typewriter and wildlife.
Old School: Volume 2
The typewriter later appeared in special openings and closings that appear in Old School: Volume 2 (now voiced by Joey Mazzarino). These new segments were made by Wachtenheim/Marianetti, who also produced several TV Funhouse cartoons for Saturday Night Live.
- Introduction: The typewriter sees a computer which says that the episodes included are meant for adults and may not meet today's educational needs. He unplugs the computer, and types "Old School."
- Closing: The typewriter plays Pong on his computer.
- Introduction: The typewriter types "hair" and grows hair all over his body.
- Closing: The typewriter changes the word to "haircut."
- Introduction: The typewriter types "s—suit" and gets a big suit.
- Closing: The typewriter now types "suitcase."
- Introduction: The typewriter types "macho," and a muscular man appears.
- Closing: The typewriter changes "macho" to "nacho."
- Introduction: The typewriter types "disco."
- Closing: The typewriter now types "disco ball."