Oscar's Bill of Gripes
Written by Phillip Namanworth
Date ca. 1978
Publisher SESAME STREET Inc.
EKA Episode 1209

"OSCARs Bill of Gripes" is a SESAME STREET song performed by OSCAR THE GROUCH.

OSCAR holds a rally outside Central Park (by the USS Maine National Monument) to bring awareness of the GROUCHES' Bill of Rights, but more commonly referred to as the "Bill of Gripes". He sings about the various things the document protects a GROUCHs right to do, such as the right to be miserable all the time or play their broken trumpet at night. His audience, consisting of people & GROUCHES (along with Gordon & Willy), eventually abandon the cause & leave.

According to OSCARs pre-song speech, the Bill of Gripes was written in 1776 by Thomas Grufferson & signed by George GROUCHinton.





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