Season 18 - Sesame Street (1969)
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Sesame Street (1969)

Country: USA

Genres: Animation, Comedy, Family

Director: Lisa Simon, Emily Squires, Victor DiNapoli, Ted May, ...

Writers: Luis Santeiro, Judy Freudberg, Tony Geiss, Emily Perl Kingsley, ...

Stars: Frank Oz, Caroll Spinney, Jerry Nelson, Jim Henson, ...

The setting is in a small street in a city where children and furry puppet monsters learn about numbers, the alphabet and other pre-school subjects taught in commercial spots, songs and games.

Seasons:   Unknown - 45 - 44 - 43 - 42 - 41 - 40 - 39 - 38 - 37 - 36 - 35 - 34 - 33 - 32 - 31 - 30 - 29 - 28 - 27 - 26 - 25 - 24 - 23 - 22 - 21 - 20 - 19 - 18 - 17 - 16 - 15 - 14 - 13 - 12 - 11 - 10 - 9 - 8 - 7 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2 - 1

Season 18 Series:

18 Nov 1986
S18, Ep2 - Episode #18.2


Elmo is spending the night at Maria's apartment. After waking her up to tell her about his crazy dreams, he convinces her to stay up so they can make breakfast. Today's sponsors are the letters S and W and number 5.
19 Nov 1986
S18, Ep3 - Episode #18.3


Susan writes a letter to her parents and tells them about the events of the day.
26 Nov 1986
S18, Ep8 - Episode #18.8


Sesame Street is paid a visit by Linda's friend, Ed. Together, they teach the kids how to play Mirror. Then Bob teaches it to Big Bird, who gets so caught up in the game that he doesn't realize when it's over.
27 Nov 1986
S18, Ep9 - Episode #18.9


A duo of martians land on Sesame Street and cause trouble, which leads to some false accusations, not to mention a lot of confusion. The show is sponsored today by the letters T and U and the number 12.
03 Dec 1986
S18, Ep13 - Episode #18.13


Sesame Street is having a pet show today. Petey brings his dog, Max, various kids enter their pets, and even Oscar has a few special pets of his own. Sesame Street is sponsored by the letters G and J and by the number 12.
12 Dec 1986
S18, Ep18 - Episode #18.18


It's nighttime on Sesame Street, and Big Bird decides to stay up with his grown-up friends for a little while, refusing to admit that he's already tired. Today's show is brought to you by the letters B and C and by the number 8.
11 Dec 1986
S18, Ep19 - Episode #18.19


Inspired by a book he's been reading, Telly Monster decides he wants to be a detective. He tries a few disguises in hopes of fooling his adult friends, but things don't quite go the way he planned.
26 Dec 1986
S18, Ep30 - Episode #18.30


Elmo visits Luis to ask if he knows how to build a model airplane. It turns out that was all he wanted to know- he doesn't have a plane at the moment. Then, Dr. Nobel Price invents a new device that resembles a tuba, but has many more uses.
17 Feb 1987
S18, Ep67 - Episode #18.67


Today, Placido Flamingo is singing opera all over the place, first about a door that won't cooperate with Luis, and then about a new shirt Elmo got that Miles has outgrown. Today's sponsors are the letters C and V and the number 6.
18 Feb 1987
S18, Ep68 - Episode #18.68


Big Bird and Snuffy practice exploring by pretending to visit Sesame Street for the first time. Then, Mumford tries another magic trick- and ends up making Maria quack like a duck. Today's sponsors are the letters W and Z and the number 8.
18 Mar 1987
S18, Ep88 - Episode #18.88


02 Apr 1987
S18, Ep99 - Episode #18.99


27 Apr 1987
S18, Ep116 - Episode #18.116


Today on the street, Uncle Wally recalls his days as a cowboy, The Counts zero of everything, Elmo reads a book upside down, and, most notable of all, The Amazing Mumford turns Maria into a kid.
28 Apr 1987
S18, Ep118 - Episode #18.118


Oscar reads Maria a trash poem - or a love one, depending on how you look at it. Today's sponsors are the letters Q and W and the number 9.
29 Dec 1986
S18, Ep31 - Episode #18.31


Elmo has a new doll, and he's decided to name him after David. There's a catch, though: David now has to change his name to Dustin. Today's show is brought to you by the letters D and J and the number 10.