Luis, Maria, Ernie, a Honker, Gabi, Miles, Gordon, Mr. Handford and Big Bird are gathered in Hooper's Store and waiting for the news to come on. Big Bird explains that today is the day that Slimey is going to land on the Moon. Sesame Street News begins to air, anchored by Kermit the Frog for special television coverage of the moon landing. He's on his way to Sesame Street right after the following important and historic sequence music.
Clover explained this to Fireman Duck that the first thing Diasia goes was run to the slide. Four times with Diasia's good friend Cindy. Sooner after the slide Diasia went right to the swings. Clover sang it to the tune of the subject for today will be a melody. Fireman Duck explains to Clover that Diasia's mom gave her a push and she remembered to hold two hands.
Grover and Herry play police officers who help a group of neighborhood kids with the police monsters sing the alphabet together. After the skit, the scene begins with Alistair Cookie remarks "a singing cop show? Who writes this stuff?", in reference to Cop Rock that the show aired on ABC, which Bochco also wrote and produced.
(EKA: Episode 3531)
Little Chrissy and the Alphabeats sing "Count It Higher."
(EKA: Episode 0670)
The whole family try to find their dog Lucy.
(EKA: Episode 3884)
Video: Computer Caper (2002)
Oscar reveals that the player will be able to attend a grouch party, but must do some things first. First, Fluffy displays the letters O, V, C and K and wants the player to choose one. Once the player has picked one, Oscar hears a car, alerting him that the party decorations have arrived. As he leaves, he presents a film that may have the chosen letter in it.
Would You Like To Buy An O?
(EKA: Episode 0751)
That's The Letter O with Queen Latifah
(EKA: Episode 3066)
Up, Down And Touch The Ground
To make sure the player is worthy enough of attending his grouch party, he conducts a grouch test. However, if the player proves they aren't grouchy they'll get an invitation to Bob's party instead. Before the test, Bob talks to the viewer about hoping the player will attend his normal party. For the first part of the test, Oscar has the player make a grouch word "Bug". After the first test, Bob comes by the can to make sure the player is coming to his party.
The Alligator King
(EKA: Episode 0812)
Artist: Bud Luckey
Cookie Monster sings "Me Gotta Be Blue."
(EKA: Episode 2909)
Ernie and Bert sing "Things That I Remember" with over the montage of the Ernie and Bert clips.
(EKA: Episode 3656)
Kermit sings "Caribbean Amphibian."
(EKA: Episode 2494)
The sound of the baby version 2017-present. Though voices are different.
Oscar quotes that he likes grouch songs with yucky sweet songs. He quotes the viewer that it's not time for some songs whether he liked it or not.
(EKA: Episode 4080)
Oscar writes the results on his scorecard and wonders he'll have the same success in pressing the green button for the letter "V" from Fluffy.
The Count sings "The Batty Bat."
(EKA: Episode 2096)
(EKA: Episode 1206)
Now it's time for the "Party Quiz". Oscar gives choices for party games, decor and presents. He plays a film while he tallies the score.
Oscar gives the final tally, which gets the player into either Bob or Oscar's party. Fireman Duck cleans up to do The Ten Second Tidy. If the player gets Oscar's, then they gets to attend a party with Oscar, his elephants and The Grouchketeers.
- This is the first tape to do The Ten Second Tidy just like Molly and Loonette used to do.
- This was also the first tape to watch "Elmo's World Up and Down."
- This is also right after the end credits with purple static said "Right To The Swings" while Big Bird said "Toodle-oo!".
- Before the viewers could turn the story over was the song Curve Of The World in the middle.
- This is the first tape to feature the original cast recording version of this closing song "Try To Touch The Sky" before Barney Says.