(To the viewers and signing for a deaf person: T.J.) Oh, Hello! Welcome to Sesame Street! This is my child friend, T.J. Now, T.J. is deaf. That means he cannot speak, or hear anything. As a matter of fact, He cannot hear what I am saying. But he can see what I am saying by using my hands. It's called Sign-Language.
Uh, No Bob. I am not Linda.
(on the other line of the phone) Well, May I speak to Linda?
Well, You don't understand, Bob. You see, Linda can't use the telephone because she is deaf. She cannot speak or hear anything. But she can see what I am saying by using sign language. She is telling me that she is doing fine and saying hello to you, Bob.
(As she complaines to Oscar the Grouch) I could not calm her down. I have tried stories, I have tried lullabies, I tried different things, But Irvine keeps doing the same thing. She keeps throwing a giant-sized temper tantrum. I can't stand it anymore. I quit! I give up!
Oh Relax, Sweetheart. There is only one way to calm a grouch baby down. Just watch. (To Grungetta) Oh, Grungetta!
Hey, I just had rotten time with you!
Oh, Yeah?!? Well, I had a worst time with you!!!
NO, YOU DID NOT!!!
DID TOO!!! (x Many times with Oscar until Irvine finally calms down)
Well, Irvine has calmed herself down. You see, Grouch babies only calm themselves to the sound to the good loud argument.
(To the viewers in frustration as the grouches argued to eachtoher) SESAME STREET WAS BROUGHT TO YOU BY THE LETTERS C, AND F, AND BY THE NUMBER 8! SESAME STREET IS A PRODUCTION OF, THE CHILDREN'S TELEVISION WORKSHOP! AUDIOS!
(To Irvine who started crying and disrupting the Two-Headed Monster's lullaby) No, No Don't cry, Irvine (The Two-Headed Monster started sobbing as Irvine disrupted their lullaby) Oh no, Not you too. (To the viewers) Oh no! Now I have got three people crying. Or is it two?
(To Matt, After the piano broke in half) Hey Matt, Send in the next piano! Will ya? (To the Eight Balls of Fur) Alright fellas, Take 8.
Officer Red Riding Hood:
Why Jackman, What big teeth you have.
Well, You know it. Say, About Little Jerry and the Monotones, They were supposed to be on my show. Do you know where they are?
Officer Red Riding Hood:
Nope. But I like to take two requests, "Cooperation" by The Cobble Stones, And "Hand Talk."
Baby, You say it. And we play it. (Chuckles as he starts The Cooble Stones "(I Can't Get No) Cooperation" music video)
You are not going believe this. But these fellas were phoning the song on your show. Naturally, I arrested them.
(On the other line of the phone, Screaming for excitement) I CAN'T BELIEVE IT! I CAN'T BELIEVE IT! LITTLE JERRY AND THE MONOTONES ARE ON YOUR SHOW, OH THANK YOU, JACKMAN WOLF.
The Girl is right, officer. And I invited them to sing on my show. Sing your song boys
Little Jerry and the Monotones:
(Continues on singing "Telephone Rock" and goes on during the ending credits)
Alright then. Until next time, This is Jackman Wolf, Saying "Thanks for watching us. And Todolooooooooooo!"
Count Von Count:
So let's get down with How Now Brown Cow and The Moo Waves, Doing "Wet Paint."
Yeah, I know Oscar. But you can't play a clarinet. Until you put the pieces together. Like this on here.
Pardon me, But is this "Eel of Fortune?"
(To the Eel) Uh, No. The Eel of Fortune is next door. This is "Squeal of Fortune." (To the viewers) So tune in tomorrow for an another episode of (Audience says along) "SQUEAL! OF! FORTUNE!"
And now it's time for the newest, hippest, best dressed detective show on television, "Miami Mice."
Joey the Monkey:
(After he and his friend, Davey the Monkey watched The Oinker Sisters "New Way to Walk" music video) Hey! There were no bananas in that, just pigs.
Davey the Monkey:
Yeah, I know, Joey, But we are not going to give up. Right, Joey?
Joey the Monkey:
Yeah, We are going to keep on searching until we find some....
Davey and Joey:
We got a hot one cooking for you fans of good music and pork belly. It just came in this morning. It's called "The New Way To Walk". And it's done by the fabulous Oinker Sisters. Hit it, gang.
Hey! This is Bushman Bill with hit song you all have been waiting for. That's Right, Boys and Girls! And Bushman Bill played it first right here! The Uno Nurmero song on the Hit Parade this week. Here is Didi O'Dey and the Dew Drops and their hit song: "Be My D!"
Oh, Hello there. And welcome to another exiting episode of "Assssssk Oscar!" And now, here's Oscar. (We see Linda come out of Oscar's trashcan).
(To Linda) Oh Yeah, I know, I know. You are not Oscar. You are Linda. (To the viewers) You see, Oscar could not be here today. But Linda asked if she can pretend to be Oscar.
(Reading the carboard sign on the pretend television with Maria moving her lips and not making a sound on it) "Hello, Telly, How are you?"
Oh, yeah. That's what you were saying. I could not hear it. But I could read it.
That's right. And that's what this machine is going to do. It's going to make is possible for Linda to just read the words on the screen.
That's all for now. But be sure to tune again next time for another episode of "Lifestyles of the Big and Little." Until then, This is Dicky Tick, Saying "Ciao, Bambinos."
Welcome to Lifestyles of the Big and Little. The show that takes you in the world the very big, and the very little, Hello there, I'm Dicky Tick.
Big Bird (dressed as a Bus driver):
(To the Four Tops) Good Morning, Step Lively, Got a lot of stops to make. (To the viewers) Oh, Hello. Can't stop now. I don't want to keep the passengers waiting. (To the Four Tops) Let's Go!
(To Two-Headed Monster, who was planning to sing a lullaby to Irvine) Oh, No, Guys, You don't understand. You see, She is not a regular baby, She is a grouch baby. She always has a tendency to scream and cry alot. I don't think a lullaby will calm her down.