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Sesame Street

Episode #3984

It is opening day for the new Mail-It Shop on Sesame Street! Big Bird is waiting eagerly for a package from Granny Bird. When the package is not there he is disappointed. Meanwhile, characters bring in items to be fixed and learn that the Fix It shop has been replaced. And Glo moves in to one of the mailboxes! Finally a package arrives for Big Bird, and he decides he should write a thank you note to Granny Bird. J Destiny's Child - Song: "A New Way to Walk" with Elmo, Zoe, Grover. Letter M, Number 17. [58 minutes] Closed Captioning

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Series Description: SESAME STREET has garnered more than 100 awards, including 101 Emmys, two Peabodys, four Parents' Choice Awards and an Action for Children's Television Special Achievement Award. The series delivers academic and social education that prepares kids for grade school. Since its premiere, the show's base curriculum has been set by academic research on preschoolers. Encore episodes focus on music and art and how these tools can be used to develop the whole child - the cognitive, social, emotional and physical attributes. In addition, "Elmo's World," which looks at the world through the eyes of a three-year-old, continues as a featured segment. Themes include birthdays, pets, teeth, families, games and more.

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    Marie is working late. Her husband decides to surprise her with a special "dinner." He gets some help froom Big Bird, Rosita and Baby Bear. In Elmo's world, we learn about food and eating. This episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter "k" and the number "19." [58 minutes]

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    Rosita and Telly are on a "wild-goose" chase...so to speak. They're on a scavenger hunt for three items: a saxophone, the number seven and a rubber ducky. Despite their valiant efforts, they're not having much luck. In Elmo's world, we learn about "books." This episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter "b" and the letter "7." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3843

    Telly learns a big lesson today on Sesame Street. Allen puts up a sign in "Hooper's Store" that says "you can have what you want just the way you want it. Telly takes it literally and begins ordering everything that he can think of. After a talk with Allen, Telly learns that you can't have everything that you want all the time. In Elmo's World, we learn about "muisc." This episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter "c" and by the number "15." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3844

    Telly and Baby Bear learn that "saying goodbye" doesn't mean forever. Baby Bear is leaving for two days for a trip with his family to Bear Mountain. Telly is upset because that means he can't see or be with his "best friend." Telly spends two days reminiscing about all the wonderful times they've shared. In Elmo's world, we learn about "water." This episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter "Y" and the number "7." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3845

    It's a quiet day on Sesame Street. Maria is reading a story to the kids. The book is "How They Build A garden on Sesame Street" written by Elmo and Big Bird. In Elmo's World, we learn about "books." This episode of Sesame Street is brought to you by the letter "O" and the number "4." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3846

    In this episode of Sesame Street, Rosita becomes distraught when she learns that although she has wings, she can not fly. Maria convinces her that there are other things she can do besides flying. Rosita, then embarks on a quest to discover her hidden talents. This episode is brought to you by the letter "S" and the number "20." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3847

    Big Bird and "Snuffy" decide to start their own railroad system at Sesame Street. Soon, the Sesame Street Train is off and running until a cow decides to take a nap on the tracks. This episode is brought to you by the letter "T" and the number "16." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3848

    In this episode of Sesame Street, Elmo finds Barkley sleeping and attempts to wake him up. Elmo soon becomes discouraged and starts questioning Barkley's work ethic. Baby Bear, Big Bird and Linda then tell Elmo that Barkley helps them out each day! Elmo sees the error of his ways and organizes a party for Barkley. This episode is brought to you by the letter "R" and the number "14". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3849

    Maria starts her day at Sesame Street with a surprise announcement from Gabbi, her daughter: she'll be babysitting Natasha! Fortunately, Gabby is not alone in her endeavor because Big Bird decides to help her. This episode of Sesame Street is brought you by the letter "P" and the number "13." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3850

    In this episode of Sesame Street, Elmo and Zoe decide to play together. Zoe shows up with her new Zoemobile and Elmo immeditaely begins to beg for a test drive. Zoe placates Elmo by promising him a test drive only if he agrees to play the "gas station" game, the "stop and go" game and various other Herculean tasks. Things come to a head when Elmo discovers Zoe's duplicity. This episode is brought to you by the letter "E" and the number "12." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3851

    Sesame Street is having a big dance party. Zoe wants to show off her ballet move (after 2 weeks of classes), and Big Bird helps Elmo find a dance routine that will kncck everyone off their feet. The New York City Ballet is presented in special segments. In "Elmo's World," Elmo wants to talk about singing. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3852

    Elizabeth loves her kitten Sparkles. Sparkles makes Elizabeth happy, but not when he runs away. Bob and Linda suggest Elizabeth post a "lost" sign to hopefully get Sparkles back. But Telly and Baby Bear find him first, unaware that Sparkles is a lost cat. They rename him "Murray. " In "Elmo's World," Elmo's thinking about doggies. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3853

    Elmo is reading a book on zoo animals and plays a game to guess the sound each animal makes. Maria tells Elmo she loves to go to the zoo but has to work. It makes Elmo sad that Maria can't go to the zoo so Elmo comes up with an idea to bring the zoo to Maria. Big Bird and another kid share poems. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about exercise. Letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "12." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3854

    Maria is on babysitting duty with baby bird. In Elmo's World, Elmo is also thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "E"; number of the day is "17." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3855

    Gordon, Telly, Linda and Miles want to give Barkley a bath. Unfortunately, Barkley doesn't like the idea and runs away. Oscar hopes Barkley stays smelly and dirty - as any grouch would. But Telly gives Barkley swimming goggles after finding out that Barkley was afraid of getting soap in his eyes. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "dogs." The letter of the day is "W"; the number is "7". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3856

    Oscar's worm friends are dressed up in costumes for the special "Wormy Gras" parade. Slimey hopes to be the only worm dressed as an ice cream soda; but unfortunately, it turns out he isn't the only worm who wants to be original. Gabbie, Maria and Oscar help Slimey come up with a new costume. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about singing. Letter of the day is "D"; number is "15." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3857

    While her parents are away, Zoe gets to spend the night with Tina. But Tina gets a surprise pajama party which Zoe planned but forgot she wouldn't be hosting it at home. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "V"; number of the day is "8." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3858

    Zoe is excited about her playdate with Rosita. But Rosita has to cancel which leaves Zoe looking for someone else to share her playdate with. Everyone has other things to do. But the Jacket Fairy helps Zoe by turning her jacket into a playmate. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "20." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3859

    Telly enters the Triangle Lovers Club's triangle drawing contest. Baby Bear doesn't think Telly's triangle is good enough to win and volunteers himself to help Telly draw a better triangle. But then Baby Bear decides to enter the contest himself. He and Telly hope this will not hurt their friendship. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "Q"; number of the day is "6". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3860

    Telly is worried about his hamster Chuckie. Chuckie hasn't run on his wheel for weeks. He asks Gina if Chuckie may be sick. Gina says Chuckie is not sick but will have babies. Not only is Telly suprised that Chuckie is a girl, but is now worried about getting Chuckie to a hospital to have her babies. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "singing." The letter of the day is "Z"; number of the day is "4". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3861

    Telly's Uncle Charlie sends him a Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. The only problem, Maria points out, is Telly is not a teenager and the pogo stick may be too powerful for him. Maria is right, and Telly isn't happy that he is too young to ride the Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about excercise. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "3". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3862

    Baby Bear, Zoe and Elmo have started the Sesame Street Reading Club. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "X"; number of the day is "8". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3863

    Big Bird wants to know what is "Show and Tell." When Gaby and Miles explain it to him, Big Bird decides to have a Show and Tell on Sesame Street. He recruits Telly and others to plan the big event. But sometimes it isn't easy to make a plan. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "C"; the number of the day is "14." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3864

    Tell and Big Bird clash on whether it would be fun to count to 10 or say the ABCs. Alan solves the problem by suggesting they take turns. Oscar throws a wrench in the process with his pet elephants bowling game. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "exercise." The letter of the day is "U"; number of the day is 9. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3865

    Why are Elmo, Baby Bear and Telly saying "story" over and over again? It's because they're going to do a "story machine" -- everyone takes turns to make up a story. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3866

    It's Oscar's birthday, but like all grouches he doesn't want it to be a "happy" one. When Telly finds out, rallies everyone to give Oscar a "rotten, grouchy" birthday he always wanted. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about doggies. The letter of the day is "Y"; number of the day is "1". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3867

    Elmo and Telly want to pick the flowers from the flower box. Luis points to the sign that says, "Please Do Not Pick the Flowers" and explains everyone can enjoy the flowers if they stay in their place. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "water." The letter of the day is "O"; number of the day is "10". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3868

    Telly wants to be King of Sesame Street and like the King in his favorite book, he wants to tell everyone what to do. This wears thin on his friends especially Baby Bear. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "K"; number of the day is "7." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3869

    Baby Bear and Telly are going to search for things that start with the letter of the day: "S". They are going on an "Alpha-Quest." Eventually the two split up when Baby Bear takes on a porridge question leaving Telly to carry on with the "Alpha-Quest." Neither finds being on their own as much fun as questing together. In ELMO's WORLD, Elmo is thinking about doggies. The letter of the day is "S"; the number of the day is "16." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3870

    Baby Bear and Telly play alphaquest looking for S letter words. Telly tires of the alphaquest game so Baby Bear suggests a porridge quest. Theme: literacy. Letter: S. Number: 16. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3871

    Miles is in training with Gabby to become a babysitter. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "babies." The letter of the day is "Y"; number of the day is "14." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3872

    Zoe reads the story of her life -- her Zoe-ology book -- to Tina. Zoe wroted the stories herself. In ELMOS'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about books. The letter of the day is "C"; number of the day is "1". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3873

    Ernie and Rubber Duckie watch Big Bird teaching the birdketeers a new cheer and decide to become birketeers, too. Theme: coping with feelings. Letter: L. Number: 1. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3874

    Big Bird wants to sing the alphabet song with his best friend Snuffy. But Snuffy has to help his mom by watching his little sister, Alice. Alice demands Snuffy's attention which keeps him from singing the alphabet song. But regardless, Snuffy and Big Bird will always be the best of friends. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "O"; number of the day is "4". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3875

    Today Snuffy's mother wants him to jar cabbages which keeps him from spending the day with Big Bird. What fun can Big Bird have without his friend Snuffy? A vegetable parade comes through looking for a drummer. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about shoes. The letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "13." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3876

    Zoe's having car trouble with her Zoe-mobile. Luis tries to fix the problem at the fix-it shop. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "dancing." The letter of the day is "K"; number of the day is "5." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3877

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" the letter of the day is "B." Much of the show fucusses on bubbles. Big Bird and his "bird-kateers" help Gordon make bubble stuff and blow lots of bubbles. Elizabeth loves bubbles so much that she asks her "Fairy Bubble Person" to surround her with bubbles all of the time. She soon realizes that the bubbles keep her from doing other things that she loves like reading so she asks for the bubbles to go away. Little Richard guests to sing the "Rubber Ducky" song. The number of the day is "18" and on "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about excercise. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3878

    The Monster Clubhouse is where monsters can let their fur down. Telly is the special guest at the Monster meeting. He wants to take them on a field trip to Sesame Street. This field trip will be a "first" for the members. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about jackets. The letter of the day is "I"; number of the day is "5." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3879

    Big Bird and Snuffy are in their "explorers" outfits. They're going to explore everything on Sesame Street. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about farms. The letter of the day is "A"; number of the day is "16." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3880

    Luis and Maria have a new computer for the Fix-It Shop. Big Bird isn't too impressed until he looks at the keyboard noticing all the letters that appear on SESAME STREET. Big Bird learns how user-friendly and fun a computer can be. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "N"; number of the day is "19." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3881

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" the letter of the day is "D" and the number of the day is "14." Family dynamics figure prominently in this episode. The episode opens with Baby Bear very excited about his play-date with Papa Bear, however that changes when Papa is called into the factory to solve a problem. Baby Bear becomes very upset and this happens many times before Papa Bear puts his foot down and tells the people at work not to interrupt his play date anymore. Luis and Telly help Baby Bear to understand why Papa has to leave and that it doesn't mean he doesn't love him. The episode focusses also on dancing (which also begins with the letter "D".) [58 minutes]

  • Valentine's Day (#3882)

    Oscar's worm, Slimey, is in love. Slimey shows Glow Worm all the sights of Sesame Street. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "hats." The letter of the day is "P"; number of the day is "15." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3883

    Telly is trying to figure out how to play a hand clapping game. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "dancing." The letter of the day is "F"; number of the day is "20". [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3884

    In this episode of "Sesame Street," the letter of the day is "T" and the number of the day is "9". Big Bird loses his teddy bear, Radar and spends the episode using different ways to find him. We watch a family who has lost their dog use a computer to help get her back, and a cartoon about a little boy who gets lost and has to use a map to find his way back to his mom. In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about dogs. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3885

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" the letter of the day is "M" and the number of the day is "11." Zoe and Telly declare today to be "Counting Monster Day" on Sesame Street and they count 11 monsters. The episode focuses also on counting and sharing. Throughout the program we see a variety show hosted by Big Bird and Snuffy. In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about water and its many uses. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3886

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" Rosita sets off to find her best friend. ALong the way she enlists the help of Harry Monster and they realize that they already are best friends because they do so many things that best friends do like share, have fun together, hug and sometimes even argue. The letter of the day is "H" and the number is "17." Much of the episode focusses on sharing, being a friend and pretending. Ernie and Telly have a pretend tea party. Telly goes to Day Care and leans about triangles. In one segment we learn how to say "hello," "good morning," "good afternoon" and "friend" in Spanish. In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about excercise. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3887

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" Snuffy is preparing to play a cloud in some kind of play. His mother has made him a cloud costume and she allows him to wear it all day with the assurance that he will not get it dirty. Snuffy, Big Bird, Chad, Lonnie and Andrew spend the afternoon playing games that they would normally play and modify them so that Snuffy will not get dirty. When he does acidentally get his costume dirty, he is honest with his mom and she tells him that she is not mad because accidents happen and his honesty is what is important. The letter of the day is "L" and the number is "6." Patti LeBelle helps the whole gang sing their "ABC's." And on "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about babies and how to play with them. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3888

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" Rosita is teaching Ernie how to be a charro, otherwise known as a Mexican cowboy. She teaches him how to ride a horse and tries to show him how to twirl a lasso. She also teaches him many spanish words that charros use that he is actually already familiar with like bronco, rodeo and lasso. Big Bird visits Arizona where he is learning from his friends Hector, Tony and Brianna how to put on a rodeo. Big Bird even gets to ride a horse. Grover appears in this episode as "Marshall Grover" with his horse, Freddie. On "Monsterpiece Theater" Cookie reviews "The Horse Whisperer." Faith Hill and Tim McGraw help the mosters sing a song called "Take A Turn." On "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about singing. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3889

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" the letter of the day is "P." Allen sets up a new ping-pong table. He and Miles teach Elmo and Telly how to play, stressing that it takes practice in order to get better at it. The episode deals alot with trying new things for the first time and not becomming discouraged if you are not immediately successful. Michael Chang even gives Big Bird tennis lessons. This theme continues into "Elmo's World" where Elmo is thinking about telephones. In the segment a young girl uses the phone for the first time to call her grandmother. The number of the day is "2." [58 minutes]

  • Monster Sing Along (#3890)

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" there is a lot of discussion about emotions. What makes you feel sad and what makes you feel happy. Telly receives an invitation to a "Monster sing-along" and his best friend, Baby Bear does not. That makes both Telly and Baby Bear very sad. Baby Bear tries disguising himself as a monster in oredr to go until Papa Bear teaches him that he shouldn't have to pretend to be something he's not in order to be included. In the end Baby Bear received his invitation, mistakenly delivered to someone else and he and Telly went to the "Monster sing-along" and were very happy. The letter of the day is the letter "D" and the number is the number "19." Spike Lee directs "The Summer of Snuffy." And in "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about hair. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3891

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" Oscar is preparing for a visit from his old friend Felix, who is also a grouch. When Felix arrives it becomes quite apparent that he and Oscar are opposites. Felix is a neat grouch and Oscar is very messy. Felix tries to clean up Oscar's trash can and this makes Oscar angry. Maria tells Oscar that sometimes it is ok to be angry and because Felix is his friend, he should understand. Baby Bear sings a song about meeting new friends. The letter of the day is "H" and the number is "5." In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about hair which ties into the letter of the day. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3892

    In this episode of "Sesame Street" Elmo teaches Zoe how to play the game "Last one's a rotten egg" only it backfires on him. Zoe gets so into always being the "fresh egg" that Elmo always ends up the "rotten egg." Elmo soon gets frustrated and sad but after telling Zoe how he feels, Zoe decides that they can both be "fresh eggs." Eggs are featured prominently in this episode as is the difference between up and down. The letter of the day is "V" and the number is "3." In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about dogs. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3893

    This episode of "Sesame Street" is all about babies! Baby Bear's grand-mama comes to visit him for the first time since he was a baby and she spends the show treating him like a baby. At first Baby Bear doesn't want to tell her that he is a big boy now for fear that he will hurt her feelings. Even in "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is 'Z' and the number is '8.' [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3894

    In this episode the "X Games" come to Sesame Street. Telly and Baby Bird provide the play-by-play coverage of the events while "Coach Big Bird" helps a little x ride the scateboard to glory. There is a lot of focus on cooperation and sharing in this episode. Of course the letter of the day is 'X' and the number is '18.' Denver Broncos running back Terrell Davis, helps to do the alphabet and in "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about farms. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3895

    Big Bird and Snuffy are all prepared to go on a picnic. But what's this? It's going to rain? How disappointed they are! Until they realize that there are so many wonderful things about the rain and the water it leaves behind. Maria likes the sound of the rain and Rosita like the way it makes everything all shiny. Alan knows that water from rain is important in the food we eat and Gordon knows that it helps the trees and flowers to grow. Well then, there is only one thing to do....have a Rainy Day Picnic! The letter of the day is 'U' and the number is '12.' Melissa Etheridge sings her ode to the letter 'U.' and in "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about flowers, trees and plants. [56 minutes]

  • Episode #3896

    "Why me?" cries Stinky the plant. It seems a caterpillar has attatched itself to one of Stinky's branches in order to turn into a butterfly. Big Bird and Stinky soon learn that the butterfly won't be forced out of its chrysalis, but once it does appear they teach it how to fly (or so we will let them believe.) Hootie and the Blowfish sing a song about the importance of taking someone's hand before crossing the street. The letter of the day is "J" and the number is "0." Elmo is once again thinking about hair in "Elmo's World." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3897

    An elephant can't play a rhyming game, can it? Don't tell that to Fluffy or as Bob learns in this episode, you may end up all wet! The number of the day is "6" and the letter is "w." Margaret Cho guests to help Prairie Dawn sing the alphabet and Elmo is thinking about eating in "Elmo's World." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3898

    Elmo, Snuffy, Big Bird and Prairie are so inspired by the show put on by Little Jerry and the Monotones that they decide to put on their own Rock and Roll show. In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about music. There is also alot of focus on using computers. Nathan Lane guests to sing the song "Sing." The number of the day is "12" and the letter is "L." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3899

    Did Oscar just say "Buenas Dias?" What kind of a grouch says "Good morning?" Alot of the episode's focus is on speaking Spanish (for both humans and grouches) as well as using the telephone. In fact Elmo is also thinking about the telephone in "Elmo's World." The letter of the day is "f" and the number is "20." [58 minutes]

  • Elmo and Lulu's Story (#3900)

    LuLu and Elmo make up a story entitled "The Princess Who Had Very, Very, Very Long Hair" and Miles has volunteered to write it down for them. Only it doesn't work if they both talk at the same time so they must learn to take turns. The letter of the day is "s" and the number is "4." The Squirrel Nut Zippers sing. In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about babies. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3901

    Today on "Sesame Street" it is Opera Day! Everything that is said must not be said but, sung. The letter of the day is "c" and the number is "0." Elmo is thinking about singing in "Elmo's World." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3902

    Gabby is babysitting Fluffy for Oscar and all is going well until a game of hide and seek goes awry. How hard can it be to find a big gray elephant on Sesame Street? The letter of the day is "A" and there is alot about airplanes featured in the episode. The number od the day is "10." Gloria Estefan guests to sing a song about saying "Hola." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3903

    You never know if you're going to like something you've never had before until you try it. This episode is all about trying new food. Big Bird is even getting in on the act. As soon as he picks a birdseed recipe that he would like to try. The Goo Goo Dolls do a song with Elmo. The letter of the day is "g" and the number is "7." In "Elmo's World" Elmo is thinking about singing...must have been his gig with Johnnie Reznick that inspired him. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3904

    Elmo and Snuffy have a playdate and they decide to pretend play "Pirates." Of course any good pirate is nothing without their pirate ship. That's where the "Jolly Snuffy" comes in. Soon he and "Captain Elmo" are off in search of buried treasure. "Arrgggg!!!" The letter of the day is "x" and the number is "4." Elmo is thinking about drawing in "Elmo's World." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3905

    Elmo pretends to be a plant like his friend Stinky who gives him plant lessons. Stinky gets him a pot and tells Elmo plants need lots of sunlight. Gabi comes by and waters both of them. Stinky tells Elmo that plants don't go anywhere but Elmo asks Big Bird for a lift on his teddy bear wagon. Theme: reasoning. Letter: B. Number: 7. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3906

    Papa Bear invents a perpetual porridge machine and asks Baby Bear to do quality taste testing while he works on his next invention. Alan pushes the turn-off button but the machine keeps cranking out more bowls of porridge. He calls Papa Bear but only gets his answering machine. After their fruitless efforts to deal with the excess porridge, Papa Bear arrives and turns off the machine by yelling " Stop making porridge!" Theme: miscellaneous. Letter: Q. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3907

    The letter "T's" are running away from the Sesame Street sign. Big Bird, Telly, Gabi and Tarah notice more "Ts" disappearing. They write a letter T and ask it where it's running to but the T is gone before it answers. Maria builds a T for them and grabs it before it can run off. Eventually, the Ts go back home to Sesame Street. Theme: literacy. Letter: T. Number: 6. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3908

    Luis helps Telly send e-mails to his friends. Luis shows Telly how the computer will tell him if he gets any e-mail. Telly receives responses including one from a mystery friend. The mystery friend sends clues to her/his identity. After receiving several clues and making several unsuccessful guesses, they receive a clue that the friend talks with his/her hands and Telly guesses correctly that it's Linda. Theme: literacy/reasoning. Letter: R. Number: 15. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3909

    Ernie volunteers to take over counting on Sesame Street for the day while the Count attends a convention. The Count returns early and they run into a conflict counting the same things at the same time. They finally cooperate and count Little Bo Peep's sheep together. The Count is relieved when Ernie tells him he wants to be a Count only for the day. Theme: mathematics. Letter: E. Number: 9. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3910

    This episode is an all monster program. Telly and Elmo show the audience six monsters; Herry and Telly play "What Comes Next, monster/dolly?"; Zoe, Elmo, Telly and Lulu cooperate and make the word " cooperate" from little cards; monsters sing the alphabet song. Theme: miscellaneous. Letter: M. Number: 6. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3911

    Big Bird and Birdketeers play "Mystery Friend" with Prairie Dawn as a guest Birdketeer. A masked Snuffy enters and Big Bird gives clues though Prairie tells Big Bird that she already knows who it is. They all guess it's Snuffy, and Big Bird is pleased they got it right. They all play a series of guessing games, ending with the song "Sing After Me." Ernie does a verse with Rubber Duckie. Theme: reasoning. Letter: J. Number: 1. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3912

    Elmo reads to Maria from a book he wrote, ELMO IN NUMBERLAND: The house of ONE has one of everything; two Ruthies on a cuckoo clock; Name that three game with three boxes to choose from; Big Bird sings "I Just Adore Four." This continues up to the number 10, where Elmo meets the number 10. Theme: literacy/mathematics. Letter: Y. Numbers: 1-10. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3913

    Ernie sleeps over at Big Bird's nest since Bert's away. Ernie can't sleep and periodically calls for Gordon to assist him. Gordon, Big Bird and Ernie finally fall asleep, when Big Bird wakes Gordon up because he's thirsty. Gordon is too sleepy to help, so Big Bird yells for Susan who gets him water. Gordon and Susan end up having to sing a lullaby to them. Theme: reasoning. Letter: N. Number: 11. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3914

    Elmo wants Bob to read "Goldilocks and the 3 Bears" but Goldilocks is away on vacation. The Big Bad Wolf from "3 Little Pigs" arrives and offers to play Goldilocks. Goldilocks returns and is angry when she sees the wolf trying to replace her in the story. Baby Bear convinces Goldilocks that no one could ever replace her. She returns and the bears are very happy she's back. The wolf returns and Bob reads him the story. Theme: literacy. Letter: M. Number: 16. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3915

    Baby Bear draws a super hero, whom he names HERO GUY, and sings a song about him. Baby Bear tells Luis that he drew Hero Guy. Big Bird and the Birdketeers sing the alphabet song, then HERO GUY sings it upside down. Another drawing shows the story of HERO GUY finding porridge before it's too late. Theme: arts/reasoning. Letter: I. Number: 2. Number: 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3916

    Telly has asked everyone to make something to give Baby Bear for his birthday. Elmo, Tarah, and kids make drawings for Baby Bear. Rosita makes a sculpture as a gift for Baby Bear. Zoe does a dance for Baby Bear and Snuffy and Big Bird make up a poem. Telly is worried because he cannot figure out what he should make. Bob sings an opera about a king and his porridge, which gives Telly a great idea! He eventually makes a bowl of porridge (with Alan's help) and presents it to Baby Bear who is thrilled! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3917

    There is a salsa party on Sesame Street. Everyone is practicing their "moves" and Elmo wants to learn. He practices with Maria and then he practices by himself. Luis tells him that he'll need to have a partner to dance with at the party. As Elmo searches for a salsa partner, he dances with an AM "E" and Rosita, among others. He finds that everyone already has a partner and ends up dancing with the audience. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3918

    It is Gina's first day as a veterinarian. Big Bird is very excited. Elmo brings Dorothy in for a check-up and news spreads fast to other animals. Gina sees a lot of patients, including Barkley, with different ailments and hangs a sign outside her office with a picture of two animals and a stethoscope. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3919

    Maria's Mom (Mami) comes to Sesame Street from Puerto Rico. She meets Rosita and Big Bird and sings a counting song with the Birdketeers. She does a conga dance after Snuffy makes up a song. Maria is sad because she wanted to spend quiet time with her Mom, but everyone wants to meet her and spend time with her. Maria tells her Mom how she feels and they spend time alone. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3920

    Lulu is singing her favorite song and teaching other characters to sing it as well. Big Bird, Elmo, and Baby Bear decide they'd like to sing something else but Lulu only wants to sing her favorite song. She leaves and sings her favorite song by herself. Luis helps Lulu create new words for her song. She still feels it is not as much fun to sing alone. She decides to try singing a new song and is able to join her friends. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3921

    Elmo decides to run all day long. He asks Gordon to run with him. Elmo and Gordon run around the block ten times and Gordon get very tired. Elmo keeps going and decides to run like a chicken. He meets Telly who runs like an airplane and Zoe who runs like a worm. The three of them plan to have a race. They design the course and start the race. Elmo falls and Telly and Zoe go back to help him. They decide to have a "slowest monster runner in the world" race. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3922

    Big Bird is upset when his teddy bear, Radar, is ripped accidentally during a game of fetch with Barkley. Maria fixes Radar but Big Bird is afraid to play with the teddy bear because it may get hurt again. Snuffy gets very frustrated because Big Bird is so protective of Radar that they cannot play together. Big Bird misses having fun with Radar and realizes that if something else happens to his teddy bear, it can be fixed again. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3923

    Gina's niece, Hannah, moves to Sesame Street. Big Bird is excited about teaching the new baby everything he knows. Big Bird tries to teach Hannah about letters and counting. Telly is concerned that Gina will not be able to take care of the baby and be a veterinarian at the same time. Gina explains that she will be able to balance her time and be a good veterinarian and a good aunt. Big Bird realizes that he cannot teach such a young baby everything he knows. He brings Humphrey and Baby Natasha so Hannah will have other babies to play with. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3924

    Maria finds the first finger painting that Gabi made when she was five years old. Big Bird sees it and thinks it looks like clouds. Then he thinks it looks more like the ocean. Gabi gives the picture to Big Bird and Maria is upset because she really wanted to keep it. The Count sees the picture and counts "ten things that look like clouds to Big Bird." Lulu sees the picture and likes the frame. All of the characters appreciate something different about the picture. Maria decides to put in on the refrigerator where everyone can see it and Gabi makes a new painting for her Mom. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3925

    Baby Bear hears Telly whistle and wants to learn how to whistle too. Telly teaches Baby Bear how to warm up his lips for whistling. Other characters try to help Baby Bear learn to whistle, but he has a hard time. He feels frustrated and Telly tells him he just needs to practice. Baby Bear takes a nap and finds that he whistles in his sleep. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3926

    Elmo, Baby Bear, and Telly decide to put on a play. They have different ideas regarding what the play should be about, but they decide to cooperate. Stinky wants to be in the play. When the others agree that he can help, he works hard practicing his line. Maria makes flyers advertising the play and the performance is a success. ~ [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3927

    Baby Bear's cousin visits Sesame Street Baby Bear wants to play with his cousin and his friends on Sesame Street, but his cousin refuses to play with monsters. He is afraid of them. Telly dresses up like a bear and plays with Baby Bear and his cousin all day. When Cousin Bear finally realizes that Telly is really a monster he finds that he can be friends with monsters and that monsters are actually really fun even though they are different. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3928

    Big Bird introduces Nursery Rhyme Day. Characters start to act out a series of nursery rhymes as Big Bird introduces them, but no one can finish their rhymes. Big Bird starts to get frustrated, but then decides to write his own rhyme. The characters are finally able to finish a whole rhyme together. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3929

    Elmo's cousin gives him a cowboy hat. He wears it all day and imagines that he is in the wild, wild West. He invites many other characters to play with him and they do. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3930

    Telly pretends that he is the Masked Tuba Player. He spends the day finding various ways to help others with his tuba playing skills. He helps Big Bird talk about the letter of the day. He helps Elmo count. He helps Rosita talk about fast and slow. He helps Oscar to feel really angry. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3931

    Big bird gets a boat kit from his Granny bird and with the help of Gordon, Telly, Zoe, and kids they put the pieces together. They create the unsinkable "Terrific." Oscar tried to sabotage the ship's first sail, but Gordon discovers the problem and the "Terrific's" voyage across a bathtub in the arbor is a success. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3932

    Mumford tried to get Telly to Hooper's for lunch using his magic but he ends up teleporting Telly and himself around the world. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3933

    Big bird, Zoe, and Miles are counting the muffins that Alan made. Big bird corrects the Count after he makes a counting mistake. The Count then decides to count mistakes all day long. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3934

    The gang surprises Linda on her birthday. Bob teaches everyone how to sign the Happy birthday song for her. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3935

    Everybody on Sesame Street is too busy to tell Elmo a story. He decides to make one up by himself. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3936

    Rosita hears Luis playing the guitar and really wants to learn how to play as well. She dreams of being able to play as well as Luis and gets frustrated that she can't achieve this goal immediately. Luis shows her how to play a chord and explains that it takes a lot of practice. Rosita works hard and at the end of the show everyone comes together to sing along. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3937

    Elmo, Zoe, and Big Bird want to play together but they are not sure what to do. Zoe wants to play with crayons and Elmo wants to play with blocks. Finally Big Bird decides they should play catch first, then the other two activities. Everyone agrees that this is a good idea. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3938

    Maria is supposed to be working, but she ends up taking care of Chuckie (Telly's pet Hamster), Herry's bird, Dorothy, (Elmo's fish), and Gabi's friend's bunny. She also talks to Gina about her kitten. ~ [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3939

    Elmo's sad when Miles is playing with the "big kids" and practicing his basketball skills. Elmo decides he'll be happy watching Miles practice and acts energetic and happy about it. Realizing that Elmo truly wants to get involved, Miles asks Elmo for his help. Elmo is sad when Miles must leave to see his older friends but he comes back later and they play basketball together again. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3940

    Alan puts up a new sign that causes pandemonium. The sign reads, " Hooper's Store: where you can have what you want, just the way you want it." Telly puts him to the test because every time he reads the sign he wants something else. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3941

    Zoe loves Suzie Kabloozie so much she pretends to be Suzie Kabloozie. She wants everyone to play Suzie Kabloozie with her, but each character she asks is busy doing other things. Zoe is sad because no one will play and sing with Suzie Kabloozie. Miles reminds her that her friends may have things that they like to do as much as she likes to play Suzie Kabloozie. Zoe understands and apologizes to the other characters. Big Bird, Telly, and Zoe end up playing together. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3942

    Big Bird and Snuffy are hosts of the letter "B" show. They introduce a number of "B" words. Bob and Baby Bear sing the "B Song." Barkley does some tricks beginning with the letter "B." Alphaboy makes a guest appearance. Finally, the letter "B" arrives in a hot air balloon. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3943

    It's cooking day on Sesame Street. Alan and Big Bid help Snuffy make snuffle-lemonade. Mumford the Magician tries to make a peanut butter sandwich appear magically but Alan ends up making one himself. The Count counts the sprinkles on an ice cream sunday and and Oscar creates some meals such as popcorn with sardines and broccoli with ice cream. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3944

    Telly and many other characters try to help Baby Bear get rid of his hiccups. They surprise him, they sing to him and an elephant suggests that he watch a video about elephants to make the hiccups go away. Telly and Baby Bear visit Gina to see if an animal doctor knows how to take care of the hiccups. While visiting Gina Baby Bear plays with Little Murray Sparkles and as the kitten purrs Baby Bear realizes that his hiccups have gone away. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3945

    Elmo, Baby Bear, and Telly create bongo drums out of everyday materials, empty porridge container. They invite the audience to clap with their hands and play along. They form a bongo band called the, " Bongo Boys" They play for Gabi so that she can dance and sing. The Bongo Boys play in many different locations and are a huge success. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3946

    Ernie has a play date with the audience and Rubber Duckie. He includes the viewers in everything he does. He says the letter and number of the day. He includes the audience in his "airplane club." He asks the audience to count to 20 as the glue dries when he helps Maria. He sings a song with the Birdketeers and asks the audience to sing and clap along. Everyone sings a song about friends. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3947

    Snuffy and Big Bird are hosting the Alphabet Show. When they ask Zoe to participate she says she has just said the alphabet and would rather count to 20. They decide to host the Counting Show! Maria can' t play because she's taking a toaster to Gordon. Big Bird and Snuffy decide to host the "Taking the Toaster Back to Gordon" Show. Chickens show up and they have a Chicken Show. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3948

    Little Murray Sparkles is very sad because his play date was cancelled. Elmo suggests that he could pretend to be a cat. Elmo plays lots of "cat games" with Sparkles. Elizabeth and Elmo sing a song about all of the things a cat does. Elmo and Sparkles dress up in Birdketeer outfits and join a Birdketeer meeting.Baby Bear and Telly decide to be cats as well and they all act like cats together. ~ [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3949

    Telly's tuba is broken! Luis can fix it but he must wait for a new part to be delivered. Luis suggests that Telly could make music with something else while he is waiting. Telly blows over the top of a jug and makes a sound like his tuba makes. Alan shows Telly how to use a glass of water to make music. Bob shows Telly how he uses his voice as a musical instrument. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3950

    Oscar is making music with his All Grouch Band. They are practicing for a concert, the Grouch Music Festival. Dusty, the grouch drummer, thinks he should start first. He argues with Oscar and leaves. Elmo ends up practicing to take his place in the band. He learns how to play the drums like a real grouch and dresses in a "grouchy" costume. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3951

    There is an alphabet explorer on Sesame Street. He is looking for the wild, exotic Dotted, Dinging "D" and Telly, Baby Bear, and Elmo decide to be Junior Alphabet Explorers and help him in his quest. They go on a search. They meet other wild D's like a Dancing, Drumming "D" and finally, they use a "D call" repeating the sound " duh" and eventually attract the Wild D they were seeking. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3952

    It's sing along day on Sesame Street and all of the characters are singing. The audience is invited to sing as well throughout the show. Maria sings a Spanish counting song. Alan sings a song with a lot of different animal sounds. And Big Bird sings, "What's the Name of that Song?" Even Oscar sings! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3953

    Baby Bear wants to be able to count as well as the Count. The Count offers to be his "counting coach." Together, they meander around Sesame Street counting everything. They count Stinky the plant and his new leaf. They count how many times Oscar says, "NO!" They search for the number of the day, 3, and find Mama Bear and Papa Bear who sing about the number 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3954

    Ernie starts an "instant poetry service." He creates rhymes on the street for many different characters based on what they are doing. He creates an instant poem to help Big Bird explain "front" and "back." Ernie plays an instant rhyming game with Telly to introduce words that start with the letter of the day, "A." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3955

    Humphrey and Ingrid, Baby Natasha's parents notice that Natasha can scribble with a crayon. They get very excited and start naming all of the different pictures they see in Natasha's scribbles. She is a real artist! Humphrey and Ingrid learn that there are many different ways to look at artwork. People have different perspectives. The Monsters have a big Monster Clubhouse meeting and Natasha's parents think that Natasha draws a scribble picture of an elephant chasing monsters. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3956

    Big Bird and Baby Bear decide to have a playdate together because Snuffy and Telly are busy for the day. At first they think they are too different to play together. They end up finding many different activities they can do together. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3957

    Zoe uses her Zoemobile for a delivery service and spends the day making deliveries all over Sesame Street. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3958

    Miles needs to make a home video for a school project. He points out all of the people in his neighborhood as Gordon shoots the film. Miles decides to make it look like it is winter. Everyone helps to rip tiny pieces of white paper for snow and Oscar gets to keep the remains. After the tape is complete, everyone gathers at Miles' house to watch. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3959

    Oscar's elephant, Fluffy, wants to take Ballroom Dance lessons. Alas, there is not quite enough space in Oscar's can. Gabi suggests that Oscar have a Trash Sale to get rid of some things. Oscar realizes how hard it is to part with his trash but he does it anyway and sings, "I Love Trash" to express himself. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3960

    It's Linda's birthday so we are going to help sign "Happy Birthday" for her. Snuffy can't sign but he can use his snout to be the all-important conductor. Elmo is also thinking about birthdays in "Elmo's Wolrd. " The number of the day is "6" and the letter is "H." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3961

    Ernie is playing the drum and a bugle. He is a "one Ernie band." He is having such a great time and making a lot of noise. Elmo wants to be a band too and plays the bass drum and the violin. Next, Big bird and Snuffy decide to be a marching band. All bands are playing at once and eventually they organize themselves together as one big band and play their rendition of "Rubber Duckie!" Susan and Gordon listen and applaud after the performance. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3962

    Elmo sees Baby Bear making a collage and decides to create one of his own. He makes his special collage using materials he collects from all of his friends on Sesame Street. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3963

    Rosita wants to be a Grouchketeer but Oscar says she is far too friendly. Oscar gives her the Grouchketeer Test and she practices being a grouch by doing all of the things on Oscar's list. Oscar tells her she cannot be in the Grouchketeers even though she did everything on the list. Rosita gets really mad and yells at Oscar in English & Spanish. He has never seen this andry side of her and thinks she should be a Grouchketeer. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3964

    Elmo is ready to play mini-golf but Prairie Dawn has a list of things to do. Elmo keeps trying to help her with each and every thing on her list. He says the letter and number of the day for her. He models " fast" and "slow" and sings "I'm a little teapot." Finally, Elmo says the alphabet, the last thing on the list and Prairie Dawn is ready to play golf, but Elmo can't play. He needs to feed Dorothy! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3965

    Lulu and Elmo are planning to go to the beach with Maria. At the last minute she can't go with them. Elmo and Lulu decide to pretend that they are at the beach. They wear their sunglasses and sit in beach chairs in the arbor. They invite the audience to pretend with them as they imagine that they are going in the water that is really really cold! They sing and dance on the imaginary beach. Maria brings them a snack. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3966

    Bay Bear really wants to learn to roller skate. Papa Bear spends a long time helping baby Bear learn. He sings "Every Roll of the Skate" to inspire Baby Bear to keep trying, keep practicing. Baby Bear works hard and is able to skate without holding on. When Papa Bear has to go to work, Baby Bear gets nervous, but with Telly's help he's able to keep skating. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3967

    Ernie needs to meet Bert at his Pigeon Lovers Club meeting and asks Gordon to "Duckie-sit" for Rubber Duckie while he is away. Gordon agrees, but before Ernie can leave he must teach Gordon all of the important things he needs to know in order to be a good "Duckie-sitter." This takes a long time and involves Gordon doing such things as putting the duckieo n his head and saying the alphabet. Finally Bert comes back and he and Ernie decide to go to a movie. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3968

    Rosita decides she will use her new marker and new paper to draw everyone on Sesame Street. She starts by drawing Luis and then Gabi with a toaster. She realizes it will take a very long time to draw everyone by herself. Telly offers to draw and all of the kids in his tuba class help as well. Big Bird and the Birdketeers help Rosita and eventually the group draws everyone on Sesame Street. Rosita display all of the artwork so that everyone on Sesame Street can admire it. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3969

    Humphrey is watching Baby Natasha, waiting for her to do something for the first time so that he can take her picture. She eats a cookie, making the shape of a "U" and then puts two breadsticks together, forming something like an eleven. Finally, Natasha looks like she may be getting ready to stand up by herself. Big Bird, Humphrey, and Maria try to help but realize she needs to do it by herself. When no one is looking Natasha stands up in her playpen! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3970

    Telly and Zoe lose part of their pinwheel and think back about all the places they were playing in order to find it. Rosita and Baby Bear find the top of the pinwheel and imagine all of the things it might be. Rosita and Big Bird run into Telly and Zoe as both groups are hanging up signs. They realize that the "mystery object" that Rosita and Big Bird found is the top of the pinwheel. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3971

    Stinky wishes he could be big. He decides to find things that are smaller than he is but still wishes he could be really big. His Fairy Godplant arrives and grants his wish. Stinky becomes enormous, but runs into problems being so big and decides it's better to be his own, regular size. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3972

    Mumford waves his new magic wand and makes Elmo's S, Slimey, and all of the S's on Sesame Street disappear. He does not know how to use the wand to bring them back, but he consults the instruction booklet. The magic wand ends up singing a song to give Mumford clues. Elmo heads out to search for the letters and Mumford tries to figure out how to use the wand. With the help of the clues, they discover the S' s in the planter under Stinky. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3973

    Big Bird and Snuffy decide to put on a play. They are going to perform Little Red Riding Hood. They ask adults a lot of questions regarding the materials they will need and the different characters in the play. As they are acting in their play they bump into an AM Wolf who is lost, looking for the woods. The Wolf decides to be in the play with Snuffy and Big Bird but wants to play the role of Little Red Riding Hood. They later bump into an AM Little Red Riding Hood who ends up playing the part of the Wolf. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3974

    Zoe wants to play hide-and-seek. Everyone is busy. She remembers another time when she didn't have anyone to play with and when she said, "I wish I could play with my jacket" the Jacket Fairy appeared. The Jacket Fairy comes back and Zoe plays hide-and-seek with her jacket. They sing together and they demonstrate "near" and "far." They have to stop playing because Zoe is cold and needs to wear her jacket. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3975

    Telly is holding a letter "T." Baby Bear thinks that he looks terrific and he wants to draw Telly with his "T." Baby Bear starts to draw and realizes he is missing his purple crayon. He goes off to get it as Telly waits, not moving an inch, holding his letter "T." He is visited by many characters while he is waiting. Finally, baby Bear comes back but Telly can no longer hold still and hold his "T" even though he really wants to be a good friend. Telly and Baby Bear end up drawing each other. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3976

    A hurricane is coming! Kermit and a meteorologist Al Roker report on the weather conditions. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3977

    Big Bird's nest was blown away during the hurricane but his good friends comfort and help him. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3978

    Everyone is busy helping Big Bird get his home back together. The wind is making Telly nervous. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3979

    With the help of friends and Granny, Bird Big Bird begins to rebuild his nest after the hurricane. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3980

    Big Bird and his friends rebuild his nest. It will be finished when they add "the final twig." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3981

    A grease fire in Hooper's Store frightens Elmo. His anxiety is quieted by a visit to the firehouse. Jill Scott - Song: "We Are All Earthings" with Muppet Animals. Letter L, Number 3. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3982

    When Cookie Monster can't find any cookies, his friends on Sesame Street help him make his own. When the cookies are baked, everyone wants to try one and soon they are all gone! Again, Cookie Monster has no cookies. Just then, the cookie delivery arrives at Hooper's Store. Letter Q, Number 4. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3983

    Zoe, Rosita, and Lulu love to sing! Hungry from all of their singing, they head to Alan's store. Finding that he is out of peanut butter for peanut butter sandwiches, they end up learning to try new foods. When they cannot choose what song to sing, they compromise and pick another song on which they all can agree. Ray Romano - "Frustrated Ray" with Grover. Letter O, Number 19. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3985

    Baby Bear doesn't know what kind of pet to get so he thinks of many options. His friends on Sesame Street try to help him decide. Finally Papa Bear shows up with a parrot and the problem is solved. Baby Bear has a new pet, a parrot! Letter A, Number 6. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3986

    Big Bird finds a lost baby bird and tries to figure out where it needs to go. This is a big problem because the only word the bird utters is "Paraguay!" With Alan's and Maria's help, they locate and email the bird's parents who come to take her home. Letter Z, Number 13. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3987

    Baby Bear's cousin sleeps over at Baby Bear's house. During the night his cousin is frightened by shadows on the wall. The next day, Baby Bear's cousin is even afraid of the shadows outside. When he realizes that he can make his own shadows by blocking the light, he is no longer afraid. The Backstreet Boys - Song: "One Small Voice" with Elmo, Cookie Monster, Grover, Telly, Zoe, Rosita, and two Monsters. Letter V, Number 11. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3988

    Elmo, Big Bird, and Snuffy are pretending they are at school. Elmo searches Sesame Street to find a teacher to help them learn about the letter Y. Everyone he asks gives him information about it, so he ends up being the teacher himself! Letter Y, Number 14. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3989

    Prairie Dawn is planning to put on a play, "Little Red Riding Hood and the Oat Bran Cookies." Telly has trouble being the Big Bad Wolf, but Prairie and the rest of the gang help build his confidence. With lots of practice and cooperation, the play is a success! Letter K, Number 8. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3990

    Elmo reads a book that he has illustrated entitled, "Elmo Rides a Spaceship to Another Planet." He tells Maria what is happening on each page and they talk about the story. When he is finished telling his story to Maria, Elmo looks at his book with Alan. Letter D, Number 7. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3991

    There is a new child on Sesame Street who uses crutches to help her walk and has braces on her legs. As she and Big Bird explore Sesame Street, she tells Big Bird about how she uses her crutches and her wheel chair. She finds out that she has lots in common with the people on Sesame Street. Kofi Annan,UN Secretary General - "Mr. Kofi Annan Helps Out" with Elmo Zoe, Grover, Rosita, Lulu and Grover. Letter M, Number 11. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3992

    Baby Bear needs ten copies of a Porridge Party invitation - but when the Mail-It Shop copier is broken, his friends help him by each making unique invitations. After some initial anxiety, Baby Bear finds that it is nice to send out many different invitations. Letter W, Number 2. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3993

    As Big Bird helps Maria sort the mail, he hands her a "jumping box" package. Big Bird hears the "boing" sound of the box. Gordon and Alan tell him that the sound can help him follow the box, even if Big Bird cannot always see it. Big Bird learns that his Granny Bird signed him up for the "Letter of the Day Club," and that he has received a jumping letter J. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3994

    Zoe wants to learn how to play the trombone. Her friends sing a song about practicing and being patient when learning to play a new instrument. When Zoe's music attracts an AM duck and an elephant who want to play music with her, Zoe joins her band of friends who all still have their instruments. They have a great time playing for an audience of animals! Joshua Bell - (Grammy-award winning violinist) Joshua and Telly. . . "Play after Me" with Telly on tuba and Joshua on violin. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3995

    The Grand High Triangle Lover is going on vacation and asks Telly to take special care of the triangle. Telly takes his job very seriously but when an out of control penguin comes crashing towards him, he loses the triangle as he tries to help. Telly is very anxious about reporting this bad news to the GHTL but when he hears the story he is happy that Telly does such a good job of keeping things safe. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3996

    Baby Bear is a proud member of the Letter of the Day Club! An AM letter carrier delivers the letter of the day -- the letter B. Baby Bear and Telly explore the sounds that B makes and the words that begin with B. Telly accidentally breaks the letter B and they decide they should get help from a grown up to fix it. Gina bandages the B and everything is better. The Dixie Chicks - Song: "There's No Letter Better Than B" with Baby Bear, Bert, Big Bird, Roosters and Chickens. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3997

    Oscar yearns to leave Sesame Street for Six Crabs Yuckyworld Grouch Park. When he learns that there are no rooms available at the park, he decides to bring Yuckyworld to him! He pretends he is at Yuckworld but gets very frustrated doing this alone. All of his friends on Sesame Street end up helping Oscar and he has a great, horrible time. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3998

    When Alan runs out of Porridge, Baby Bear doesn't eat breakfast because he doesn't want to try any new foods. He decides to skip breakfast and goes outside to play. He gets very tired and his stomach growls loudly. He finds out that he's suffering because he did not eat breakfast. Finally, Baby Bear realizes that he really needs to try new foods. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #3999

    When Ernie's Rubber Duckie loses its squeak, Maria finds that there is a piece of lint stuck in Rubber Duckie's "squeaker." She uses tweezers to pull the lint out of the bottom of Rubber Duckie and he can squeak again! The Dixie Chicks - Song: "Sing" with Muppet Chickens. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4000

    Big Bird gets a package from his Granny Bird containing a book called "The Mark of Elephante." As Maria reads the story to Big Bird and Elmo, the Sesame characters act it out and, in the process, they must think of words that begin with the letter "E." Elmo writes the letter "E", the "mark of Elephante." Destiny's Child - Song: "A New Way to Walk" with Elmo, Zoe and Grover [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4001

    Big Bird falls while he is playing basketball, injuring his foot. Gina X-rays it and gives him an ace bandage to wear. All of Big Bird' s friends help him through the day. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4002

    The number of the day is three and Zoe, Rosita, and Lulu have decided to do everything in 3's. Lulu leaves to get something she wants them all to play with. Now there are only two, so they ask Baby Bear to join them. He hesitates, but then realizes he can enjoy what he thought were traditionally "girls" games. When Lulu returns with her football, they form two teams and have a great game. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4003

    It is National Bird Day on Sesame but Big Bird cannot find any birds to do the Bird Dance with him. Snuffy suggests he use birdcalls to summon them and it works. The birds tell Big Bird that National Bird Day is actually the next day, but they begin the celebration early. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4004

    Zoe and Rosita decide to act out the story of Little Red Riding Hood. They cannot agree on who will pretend to be Red Riding Hood. Eventually they both decide to be friendly wolves and to help anyone in need. Everyone gets involved in imagining. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4005

    Big Bird and Snuffy find a baby's shoe and try to discover whom it belongs to. They look all over Sesames Street. Then Zoe arrives and says that her baby doll lost her shoe. Big Bird and Snuffy realize that the shoe belongs to the doll. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4006

    Zoe makes up a "happy" song and is upset when others change it. But then she thinks its fun! [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4007

    Grover is opening a popcorn stand on Sesame Street. After some problems getting started, and with help from his friends, he is soon making popcorn for everyone! Ernie helps to advertise Grover's stand and he gets lots of business. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4008

    Lulu learns about Ms. Camp, the letter carrier. Lulu would love to be a letter carrier but is disappointed that she has to wait until she grows up. She pretends to deliver mail and has a great time. Maria reminds her that there may be other jobs she will be interested in, and at the end of the show, Lulu is fascinated by the Ice Cream Vendor. Kerry Butler As Ms. Camp, the female letter carrier. (Kerry Butler iscurrently starring off-Broadway in the critically acclaimed production of "Bat Boy...The Musical!" and has appeared on Broadway as Belle in Disney's "Beauty and The Beast," Eponine in "Les Miserables" and Ms. Jones in "Blood Brothers.") [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4009

    Susan, Miles, and Alan are putting things together for a clothing drive. Telly brings over a box of things he had when he was a baby. He comes across his toy horse and reminisces about all of the good times he had with it as a baby. He is torn about whether or not he should keep it or give it away. [55 minutes]

  • Episode #4010

    Elmo, Zoe, Telly and Rosita act out "Mary Had A Little Lamb," with Zoe and Elmo pretending to be "Mary" and "the Lamb." Telly and Rosita are the "Kids at School" and eagerly await the arrival of Elmo and Zoe. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4011

    Zoe gives Baby Bear a chance to play with her Zoemobile while she gets lunch. While she is gone, Baby Bear and Telly , accidentally break it. When Papa Bear arrives, he tells Baby Bear that he needs to talk to Zoe and be honest about what happened. Baby Bear does and then they all help to fix the car. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4012

    After seeing Robin Williams pretend with a stick, Elmo and Rosita decide to look for a stick so that they can pretend as well. While searching, they find lots of other things and imagine as they go. When they finally find a stick, they realize they've been imagining all along. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4013

    Snuffy's grandma is coming to visit Sesame Street. Big Bird and Snuffy have decided to draw a picture to welcome her. Other characters are also drawing pictures for her. Finally, everyone is ready except Big Bird and Snuffy. Together they create a big picture of Sesame Street! John Leguizamo - "Capatain Vegetable" with Elmo, AM Girl. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4014

    Ernie pretends that he is a magician with Rubber Duckie as his assistant. Mumford comes by and makes Rubber Duckie enormous but cannot remember how to return him to his original size. The Great Quackin, makes Rubber Duckie small again but then Mumford casts his own spell which accidentally makes Quackini tiny. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4015

    Telly and Baby Bear have a play date scheduled, but Baby Bear is sick and must rest in bed. Gina asks Telly to be her "veterinarian assistant." The animals and Gina are all grateful for Telly's assistance. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4016

    Zoe and Rosita are playing Hide and Seek with Rocco, Zoe's pet rock. Zoe and Rosita hide from Rocco and when they return he is missing! They discover that he is under Mrs. Chicken who mistakes him for her egg. When they get Rocco back, Mrs. Chicken and Rocco are very sad, so Zoe lets Mrs. Chicken sit on Rocco again. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4017

    Telly is upset because it is "Sesame Street Dog Day" and he does not have a dog. Baby Bear, feeling sorry for Telly, wishes he could do something. Suddenly the Dog Fairy appears and changes Baby Bear into a dog. Baby Bear doesn't mind being a dog until he has to eat dog food! He decides he can just pretend to be a dog! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4018

    Zoe decides she wants to learn Spanish and Rosita teaches her some words. Zoe decides that she is ready to speak with Maria in Spanish and is upset when she still doesn't understand what Maria is saying. Maria explains that learning a language takes time and that if she keeps with it she will someday know Spanish. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4019

    Maria is very busy at the Mail It shop so Ernie and Rubber Duckie volunteer to deliver a chicken to Old Macdonald. They start off on the journey to deliver the chicken but get sidetracked along the way. Finally, Old Mac Donald and Maria find Ernie and the chicken just in time to sing "Old Mac Donald Had a Farm"! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4020

    Zoe and Elmo decide to play "Follow the Leader." It gets confusing when they both want to be leaders. Then they decide that they both should be followers. Finally, they realize that they should take turns! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4021

    Big Bird's pen pal Gulliver visits Big Bird who is looking forward to introducing him to all of his great friends. However, Gulliver is not interested in meeting Big Bird's friends because they are not birds like himself. Finally, Big Bird explains that even if someone looks different from someone else they can still be close friends and have many things in common. Letter N, Number 7. Kofi Annan,UN Secretary General - "Mr. Kofi Annan Helps Out" with Elmo Zoe, Grover, Rosita, Lulu and Grover. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4022

    When Gina takes the day off to play with Elmo, Elmo plans out the whole day from start to finish. But when animal after animals comes to Gina for help, she can't turn them down. Elmo is a little jealous at first, but in the end, he realizes that Gina has to help the animals and they end up having a very nice day together. Later, Elmo is thinking about games in Elmo's World. The letter of the day is "J" and the number of the day is 10. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4023

    Baby Bear and Papa Bear are proud and excited! Baby Bear is going to follow in his father's footsteps and play t-ball! It's his first game and Baby Bear becomes frustrated as he starts to play. Papa Bear and Luis encourage him to keep trying. Baby Bear concentrates, takes a deep breath and hits the ball hard! Everybody cheers! Letter T, Nubmer 9. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4024

    Maria is crowned "Pretend Monster for a Day." Even though she is busy, she pretends to be a monster and does what the monsters ask her to do. Maria tells the monsters that she is tired and has work to do and the monsters understand. Then, it is Luis's turn to be "Pretend Monster for a Day!". Letter G, Number 1. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4025

    Maria is crowned "Pretend Monster for a Day." Even though she is busy, she pretends to be a monster and does what the monsters ask her to do. Maria tells the monsters that she is tired and has work to do and the monsters understand. Then, it is Luis's turn to be "Pretend Monster for a Day!" (David Alan Grier - As Aladdin) Letter B, Number 2. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4026

    A turtle wanders into Big Bird's nest area. Big Bird takes care of him all by himself and starts to really care about his new friend . He is devastated when he finds him missing. Gina helps Big Bird deal with the loss he feels. They talk about how sad he feels and Gina helps Big Bird remember his turtle and the things they did together. Letter K, Number 17. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4027

    Bo Peep brings her sheep to Gina for a check-up and loses them. Telly, Little Bo Peep, Alan and Big Bird look all over Sesame Street for the missing sheep. They take a break and sing the Alphabet Song. The sheep love the alphabet song and re-appear as the song is sung. Letter T, Number 20. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4028

    Ernie wants to have a Honker, Duckie, Dinger jamboree. Ernie searches for dingers and honkers, but cannot find any. Elmo and Baby Bear decide that they will pretend to be a Honker and a Dinger respectively. Ernie is ecstatic because now they can have their jamboree! They have a great time dancing and singing and involve the audience in their fun. Letter S, Number 16. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4029

    Telly's cousin, Izzy, comes to visit Sesame Street. Telly prepares his triangles so that they can play with them. Izzy arrives and begins playing with the triangles by himself, not including Telly who starts to get nervous about his precious triangles. Telly tries calmly telling Izzy that he needs the triangles back but Izzy refuses. Gordon intervenes and shows Izzy that it isn't right to take something that belongs to someone else. Letter I, Number 5. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4030

    Oscar convinces Telly to go on a road trip with him to visit Oscar's friend Roscoe. Telly is excited until Oscar makes him push the car while he runs errands. Telly gets frustrated but keeps helping Oscar. Then Roscoe shows up to surprise Oscar. Telly and Oscar end up going for a ride in the car anyway because Rosco wants to push. Letter O, Number 18. James Gandolfini - "Nothing to Fear But Giant Vegetables" with Zoe, AM Barber, Giant Broccoli. [58 minutes]

  • Karaoke Night at Hooper's Store (#4031)

    It's Karaoke night at Hooper's and everyone is getting ready to sing! Telly is extremely nervous about singing and his friend Baby Bear tries to encourage him to participate. The two of them sit and listen as everyone sings their songs. Rosita makes a mistake but keeps going and Telly sees that this is okay. When Baby Bear gets up to sing he gets very nervous and Telly ends up helping his friend and singing along. When the karaoke machine breaks, everyone gets their instruments and they make their own music together, singing until late into the evening. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Falls In Love with Gina (#4032)

    Elmo takes Dorothy to see Gina for a check-up. While Gina helps Elmo carry Dorothy home, Elmo realizes how wonderful and nice Gina is. He instantly falls in love with her and believes that he wants to marry her. He is overcome by his emotions and wants to tell Gina how he feels but he just can't do it. Rosita helps him find different ways to tell her, but nothing works. Eventually Elmo is able to express his feelings to Gina. Gina explains that she loves Elmo too, but that there are different kinds of love and that 3 year-olds do not marry adults. Elmo understands that he needs to wait and they have a good conversation about it. Special Guest: Laura Bush. [58 minutes]

  • Cookie Monster Is Blamed for Stealing Cookies (#4033)

    Cookie Monster is in search of cookies as usual. He can smell cookies in the air, but every time he comes upon some friends with cookies, he is told that he cannot have any because they are being used for something else. Cookie Monster fights his instincts and refrains from eating the cookies. However, there is someone else stealing the cookies and Cookie Monster is continuously blamed! He is very, very frustrated because he is telling the truth but no one believes him given his usual tendencies. Out of the blue, Cookiehood arrives on his horse and we learn that he is the one who has been stealing all of the cookies and giving them away. Everyone apologizes to Cookie for underestimating him and for not believing what he said. Then Cookiehood goes off to Hooper's to buy cookies for Cookie Monster. [58 minutes]

  • Bert's Birthday (#4034)

    It is Bert's birthday and Ernie is very excited. He has planned a party complete with elephants, honkers, and dingers, but Bert has other ideas. When Ernie surprises Bert, Bert says he would really like a day of peace and quiet so he can read his book. Even though Ernie is excited about the party, he realizes that Bert really wants to be alone so he respects this wish and leaves. Ernie works very hard to keep himself occupied on Sesame Street so that he will not go back to the apartment and bother Bert. Eventually Bert realizes he really misses Ernie and he goes out to find him. When he tells Ernie that he changed his mind about the party, Ernie understands and immediately gets the party started again. [58 minutes]

  • Big Bad Wolf's Brother Is Falsely Accused (#4035)

    The Big Bad Wolf's brother Leonard comes to Sesame Street. He is accused of blowing down Elmo and Zoe's block structure of the letter "U." He promises that it was not him, but because he is a wolf and a direct relative of the Big Bad Wolf who is always blowing things down, he is continuously held responsible. Leonard explains that even though he is a wolf, he actually does not like to blow things down. He does not huff and puff like his brother. Elmo and Zoe learn that there are all different kinds of wolves and that Leonard actually plays violin and chess. The three of them end up playing together. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Hleps Gordon Set Up Chess Pieces (#4036)

    Gordon is preparing for an exciting chess match against Alan. Gordon is setting up the board and studying a chess book when Elmo comes by. Elmo wants to help and at first Gordon is weary of this but he ends up deciding that Elmo can help with the set up and explore the chess pieces. Elmo notices how some pieces are very different from others in various ways and he tells a story using the many different pieces. Madness ensues as the story evolves and becomes more and more real. ~ [58 minutes]

  • Super Grover's Cape (#4037)

    Super Grover's cape is worn out and he will not be able to get a new one until Thursday! He desperately needs his cape Many people need his help and without his cape, Super Grover cannot reach them! Super Grover's friends decide to help. They begin thinking of other ways to solve the problem. Big Bird gets a bed sheet but this is way too big! Zoe brings her washcloth but this is far too small. A towel is the right size but it does not carry Super Grover into the sky. They all think about what could carry Super Grover into the sky and make suggestions such as a bird, but there are no birds that could fly and carry Super Grover. They suggest a helicopter but the closest thing at Hooper's Store is a beanie hat with a propeller on top. This doesn't work either. Finally, Super Grover's new cape is delivered and as he takes off, he thanks his friends for all of their help. [58 minutes]

  • Big Bird Writes A Story (#4038)

    Big Bird has written a story and everyone is excited to hear him read it out loud. Big Bird begins to read the story to all of his friends on Sesame Street and as he reads we see his friends acting out the story. As Big Bird nears the end of the story everyone waits with obvious anticipation. Then, Big Bird has no ending! He can't figure out how to end the story. The problem is solved, however, when everyone comes up with their own possibilities for story endings. Everyone has a chance to tell their own ending and finally Big Bird comes up with his very own ending that combines everyone's great ideas. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo and Zoe Pretend (#4039)

    Elmo and Zoe are pretending to be Kuzunkians from the planet Kuzunk. They wear special Kuzunkian hats and are visiting Sesame Street for the first time. They confer with each other in Kuzunkian and explore the people and places of the neighborhood. They meet Big Bird and a Bob and an Alan among others. They visit Hooper's Store and try lentil soup for the first time. It's good! They visit the Mail It Shop and learn about sending letters. They even learn about love. Elmo and Zoe learn that even though they are very different as Kuzunkians, they are always welcome on Sesame Street. [58 minutes]

  • Zoe Challenges The Notion of "Girls" Games (#4040)

    Baby Bear and Telly are excited about playing games with Zoe. As she starts to suggest the various games she likes to play, Baby Bear and Telly try to predict what Zoe will play and imagine what it would be like to play these games. The games that Zoe wants to play are all for girls, not for boys! As it turns out, Zoe plays with dolls, has tea parties, dances, and plays with trucks in very unique ways. The whole group has a great time playing together! [58 minutes]

  • Oscar Needs A Change of Scenery (#4041)

    Oscar decides he needs a change of scenery. He moves his can to the front of the Mail It Shop. He is definitely in everyone's way at the front door and things get very messy. Then Oscar realizes that the Mail It Shop is too happy for him. As he moves on in search of a grouchier place, he comes across Hooper's Store and decides to settle there. Hooper's Store is not grouchy enough for Oscar, especially because people share there. Oscar ends up deciding that his spot right back in front of 123 Sesame Street is the grouchiest place and that he doesn't have to move to find new ways to annoy people! [58 minutes]

  • Fish-Sitters for Dorothy (#4042)

    Elmo really, really wants to go to a baseball game with Gordon but he doesn't want to leave Dorothy alone. He wants to find a fish-sitter who could watch Dorothy in his absence. Both Baby Bear and Telly volunteer. Elmo explains all of the necessary skills and responsibilities involved in being a good fish-sitter. One would need to feed Dorothy, sing to Dorothy, make funny faces, and so on. Baby Bear and Telly compete for the position. Elmo ends up saying that Dorothy is only comfortable with Elmo. Finally, Gordon agrees to take Dorothy with them to the baseball game. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo and Zoe Search for Rocco (#4043)

    Zoe is having a great time playing with her pet rock, Rocco. Zoe is pretending that Rocco and Elmo are circus performers. When they get sidetracked, they return to find that Rocco is missing! They decide to become Circus Detectives and investigate the situation in order to find the missing rock. They begin to look for clues that may lead them to Rocco and they ask questions as they search. They ask a chicken but cannot understand her response. They ask an elephant who is not very helpful and finally they have to remember exactly what Rocco looks like because they find similar looking objects along the way. Eventually they ask Big Bird, and when he hears that they asked a chicken he volunteers to translate. As it turns out, the chicken was sitting on Rocco all along! The mystery is solved. [54 minutes]

  • Gabi Helps Elmo and Zoe Build Kites (#4044)

    Zoe and Elmo see a movie about a kite festival and become very excited about flying kites. They decide to fly their own kites! When Zoe and Elmo find that Alan does not have kites at the store they are very sad. When they tell Gabi about their dilemma, she suggests they make their own kites and she volunteers to help. The three of them collect the necessary materials and follow the instructions in a book in order to make their own kites. When their kites are finished they notice another problem! There is no wind. Zoe suggests they try to make their own wind. They attempt to blow on the kites but this does not help. The Big Bad Wolf arrives and he is able to blow their kites into the sky. When he takes off for lunch their kites crash to the ground and are damaged. With Gabi's help, they realize that they can put the kites together to form one new kite. Then, they feel the wind picking up! Zoe and Elmo decide they can share one kite and fly it together. [54 minutes]

  • Cookie Monster Has The Cookie Flu (#4045)

    Cookie Monster enters his poem in the great cookie contest and wins! The prize is an enormous wagonload of cookies so, of course, Cookie can barely contain his excitement. He is about to dig into the cookie pile when he starts sneezing. Cookie Monster might have the Cookie Flu! Cookie shouts for a Monster Doctor who arrives immediately. The only way Cookie can cure his flu is if he can stop himself from thinking about cookies. Cookie Monster's friends feel very badly about his predicament and realize how horrible it must be for Cookie Monster not to be able to think about cookies. They try to help him get over the flu by distracting him and encouraging him to think about things other than cookies, but nothing works. Cookie Monster is thinking that he has the best friends in the world when he realizes he has stopped sneezing. He wasn't thinking about cookies. He was thinking about his friends! The flu is cured. [55 minutes]

  • Elmo and Rosita Have A Play Date (#4046)

    There is something in the air on Sesame Street. Everyone is singing! Rosita and Elmo have planned a play date but they cannot find each other anywhere. They keep missing each other as they look around the neighborhood. They both start singing about their sadness when they back up into each other and are reunited! They sing happily about the number 2 and how great it is to be together. [54 minutes]

  • Telly's Afraid to Play with Baby Bear (#4047)

    When Baby Bear and Telly are playing basketball, Telly accidentally hits Baby Bear in the nose. It really hurts, but Gina takes a look at it and says it should be okay. Baby Bear is ready to play some more, but Telly is petrified of hurting his best friend again. He is even too afraid of hurting Baby Bear to play with his triangle collection. Baby Bear starts to get very sad and expresses how frustrated he is that he can't play with his friend Telly. Gina comes by and talks to him about his feelings. She suggests that he tell Telly how he feels. Baby Bear and Telly discuss their feelings together and Telly is able to see that his fear of hurting Baby Bear on the outside was actually causing him to hurt Baby Bear on the inside. They are able to solve their conflict by talking through the problem and they continue playing. [55 minutes]

  • Rosita Befriends A Frog Wearing A Crown (#4048)

    Rosita is sad because all of her friends are too busy to play with her. She ends up meeting a frog that wants to play and they both love to hop! When Rosita's friends meet the frog they are surprised to see that he is wearing a crown. Baby Bear remembers the story of the Frog Prince who needed to be kissed in order to be a Prince again. Rosita's friends feel bad for the Prince and they think Rosita should kiss the frog so that he can be a Prince again. Rosita does not want to lose her frog, but her friends encourage her to imagine what it would be like to have a spell on her. She figures out that she should help the Prince, but when she kisses the frog, he turns into an elephant! The elephant is very relieved and luckily, he likes to hop as well! [58 minutes]

  • Stinky and Zoe Write A Story (#4049)

    Baby Bear and Telly write a story all by themselves. Telly and Baby Bear read their story to their friends as Stinky listens. Stinky becomes very excited about the idea of writing a story. He can't believe that Telly and Baby Bear have done this all by themselves. His friends encourage Stinky to write his own story. With a little encouragement, Stinky begins to tell his story and Gordon writes down the words. Zoe helps by acting as one of the characters in Stinky's story. In his story, Stinky turns into a real boy who can dance. He is happy to be Boy Stinky, but he ends up realizing it's better to stay as he is. He is very happy that he was able to create his very own story! [55 minutes]

  • Zoe's Tutu Gets Stuck in a Tree (#4050)

    Zoe tutu gets blown away and ends up stuck in a tree. Telly and Zoe work hard, trying many different strategies in order to get it down. Telly keeps helping Zoe as they try to climb, jump, and boost each other up, and reach the tutu with a stick. Super Grover tries to help and, of course, ends up stuck in the tree with the tutu. Alan comes by and Zoe and Telly explain their problem. Alan suggests getting a ladder from Hooper's store. Just then, Big Bird comes by and Telly has an idea, a big, tall idea! Big Bird is very tall so he should be able to reach the tutu. Big Bird stands on his tippy toes and is able to reach the tutu. The problem is solved! [58 minutes]

  • A Baby Duck Thinks Telly Is His Mommy (#4051)

    Telly finds an egg on Sesame Street. As he is looking at it, it hatches! The baby duck looks up at Telly and thinks he is the Mommy! The baby duck calls Telly "Mommy" repeatedly and does not want Telly to leave his side. Finally, Telly takes the duckling to Gina who begins to care for it. When Telly leaves Gina's office, the duckling is obviously very sad and all of sudden Telly realizes that he must take on the responsibility and care for the baby duck. Telly is very smart about it and finds out what he should do. He takes the duckling's perspective and decides the duckling really needs to learn how to be a duck. Telly dresses like a duck and waddles about. Eventually the real Mommy duck appears looking for her egg. Telly explains what happened and Mommy duck thanks him for taking such great care of her baby. Telly is sad about this loss, but he realizes that this is the best thing for the duckling. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear and Telly Find A Bagpipe (#4052)

    When Scotty McKilt (AM Bagpipe Player) asks Zoe to watch his bagpipe when he goes to Hooper's for a bite to eat, the drama begins. Zoe is not really listening when McKilt asks her to watch his pipes. She forgets and goes off to show Oscar her new dance. While she is gone, Telly and Baby Bear comes across the bagpipe and wonder what it could be. They imagine many things, and eventually they learn that the bagpipe is McKilt's musical instrument. [54 minutes]

  • Big Bird Waits for Snuffy (#4053)

    Big Bird is waiting for Snuffy because they have planned to have a play date. They planned to meet where they always meet, next to the tree on Sesame Street. Snuffy is late and Big Bird begins to wonder, maybe he is at the wrong tree? Big Bird tries the other tree, but Snuffy is not there either. Big Bird decides to sing while he waits and as he starts to la-la Snuffy appears behind him. As it turns out, they had actually planned a play date for tomorrow so they decide to stand together and wait until tomorrow comes. They find lots of various ways to keep busy while waiting. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear Worries About His Future Sibling (#4054)

    Mama Bear is pregnant and Baby Bear is slowly realizing all of the changes that will take place when she has the new baby. He begins to worry that he will not be loved as much by Papa and Mama Bear with the new baby in the house. He explains that they are supposed to be the three bears not the four bears. Telly thinks that Baby Bear should be excited about having a new baby in the house. When Mama Bear gets ready to leave for the hospital, Baby Bear is very anxious but his parents console him, letting him know that he'll be going to stay with Gina when Mama Bear is in the hospital for a few days. Mama Bear calls Baby Bear from the hospital to let him know she is okay and Baby Bear begins to relax. He gets to be a big brother! [58 minutes]

  • Curly Bear Is Born (#4055)

    Everyone is eagerly awaiting the arrival of Baby Bear's new baby sister. Telly is slightly more anxious than Baby Bear is. Baby Bear is busy designing a picture for the new baby. When Baby Bear finds out the baby has been born and that he gets to go to the hospital to visit he starts to wonder how things will be. As Baby Bear enters Mama Bear's room at the hospital is unsure about what to expect and a little nervous. Baby Bear is amazed at how tiny the baby is! He gets to touch his baby sister's fur and then hold the baby. Baby Bear is very excited! He notices how similar his baby sister is to him. They share many of the same characteristics, but the baby has curly hair. Mama Bear and Papa Bear end up thinking that Curly Bear is a great name! Baby Bear begins to realize how much of the world Curly Bear has yet to see and sings a song about it. [58 minutes]

  • Curly Bear Comes Home (#4056)

    Baby Bear has spent his first night at home with his new little sister, Curly Bear. He is upset about how things are changing. Telly listens as Baby Bear talks about his problems. Baby Bear is upset because nothing was the same at home and all the attention was going towards the new baby. Baby Bear is most upset because Papa Bear always has special time for Baby Bear for just the two of them and he fears this time won't be available. Just as Baby Bear is expressing his fears to Telly, Papa Bear arrives and says that it's time for their special time! Baby Bear feels better and later, when Mama Bear brings Curly to see Baby Bear, Curly starts laughing at Baby Bear and pulling on his ear. Baby Bear may actually be starting to like his cute little sister. [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Presents - The Street We Live On (W.T.) (#4057)

    At the start of SESAME STREET's 35th season, the high-spirited red muppet, Elmo, learns more about the street on which he lives. With the help of his friend Grover, Elmo is seemingly transported through time to the Sesame Street that existed before he was born. In these flashback moments, Elmo meets Mr. Hooper, the man behind the name of that famous store; witnesses Maria and Luis' wedding day and the birth of their daughter Gabi; and experiences Gordon and Susan's adoption of Miles. The finale of the episode features Sesame Street's entire cast singing a new composition called "The Street We Live On." The story ends with Elmo's realization that he doesn't have to dream to find his friends on Sesame Street - all he has do to is run outside to be a part of this very happy family. Bill Irwin - as Mr. Noodle. In addition, "Dance Myself To Sleep," a star-studded music video, features guest celebrities performing their own dances, intercut with footage from the classic original Bert and Ernie "Dance Myself To Sleep" sketch. Among the celebrities appearing are Lily Tomlin, Whoopi Goldberg, Doris Roberts, Stockard Channing, Joshua Bell, Allison Janney, Ruben Studdard, Harvey Fierstein, Seth Green, and Julianne Moore. [55 minutes]

  • Best Pet in the World (#4058)

    Maria steps in when Zoe, Telly and Elmo get into a frustrating debate about who has the best pet. [58 minutes]

  • Curly Doesn't Like Porridge (#4059)

    Curly Bear is going to try porridge for the very first time and Baby Bear is extremely excited. [58 minutes]

  • Alan's Vacation Replacement (#4060)

    Everyone must adjust when Natalie Portman takes over Hooper's store while Alan goes on vacation. [58 minutes]

  • Cinderella's Fairy Godmother's Mistake (#4061)

    Zoe and Baby Bear help when Cinderella is accidentally turned into a chicken. [58 minutes]

  • Little Furry Red Monster Parade (#4062)

    Elmo looks for other monsters to join in his parade, even if they are not read and furry. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo's Chicken Dream (#4063)

    Elmo had a fun dream about learning a great chicken dance called the "Clucky Clucky," but now that Elmo's awake, he really wants to have his chicken dream all over again. Elmo asks various people for help in trying to figure out how to have his chicken dance dream again. Maria tries to help Elmo by singing him a lullaby, but he finds it difficult to fall asleep with all the noise on the street. Then, Rosita tries to help Elmo by singing him a chicken lullaby in Spanish, but he still doesn't have his favorite chicken dream! Finally, Big Bird comes along and shows Elmo a book called, "I Dream of Chicken," which says that in order to dream about a dancing chicken, Elmo has to stare at a dancing chicken right before he goes to sleep. Soon, Bob, who is dressed as a chicken, walks by and agrees to help Elmo. Elmo stares at Bob who is dancing a chicken dance as he is trying to fall asleep. Elmo also asks Rosita to play her chicken lullaby at the same time in order to help him fall asleep faster. Elmo finally falls asleep, and is now back in his chicken dream singing and dancing the "CLUCKY CLUCKY!" Harvey Fierstein - Sings "Everything's Coming up Noses". [58 minutes]

  • Rocco's New Dance (#4064)

    A pet rock teaches Elmo a dance that involves an elephant, chickens and grooving with Oscar's pig. [58 minutes]

  • The Sesame Street Square Game (#4065)

    Elmo and Zoe search for squares wherever they can. The announcer counts how many they find. [58 minutes]

  • The New Four Bears Story (#4066)

    Telly and Baby Bear figure out a way to re-write the story of Goldilocks until it's just right! [58 minutes]

  • Gordon, Miles & Grandpa's Music (#4067)

    Elmo, Zoe, Rosita and Grover are members of a singing group called "The Cute and Fuzzy Four." [58 minutes]

  • Telly Falls from His Pogo Stick (#4068)

    Big Bird and the others share stories to help Telly cope with his fear of crashing his pogo stick. [58 minutes]

  • Snuffy's Invisible - Part 1 (#4069)

    Snuffy receives a magic ukulele in the mail that makes him disappear and Big Bird must help him. [54 minutes]

  • Snuffy's Invisible - Part 2 (#4070)

    Snuffy, Big Bird and Elmo sing the alphabet and stay busy until the fixed magic ukulele arrives. [54 minutes]

  • Professor Super Grover's School for Super-Heroes (#4071)

    Zoe, Rosita and other students learn everything they need to know about being a super hero. [54 minutes]

  • Gabi Becomes A Temporary Playdate (#4072)

    Gabi gets sidetracked helping out lots of friends on her way to Mr. Hoopers. [58 minutes]

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  • Baby Bear Tries to Teach Curly to Draw (#4073)

    Oscar and Grundgetta wait for something grouchy to happen when Curly Bear draws with crayons. [54 minutes]

  • Telly Joins The Letter of the Month Club (#4074)

    Telly fills Hooper's store with letters of the alphabet and there isn't room for Henrietta's party. [58 minutes]

  • Cookie Monster Writes A Story (#4075)

    Cookie Monster is getting nervous and impatient since he has just eaten the very last cookie at Hooper's Store and has to wait for Alan to bake more. Cookie Monster tries to think of different ways to stop thinking about cookies for a while, but it's just too hard. Then, Gabi encourages Cookie Monster to use his imagination to make up a story about cookies to help time go by faster. Together, they write a fun, creative story about King Cookie who lived in the Kingdom of Cookie. In the story, King Cookie is happy with his life, but he still feels that there's something missing. He tries to figure out what is missing from his life, when all of a sudden, a child comes in and offers King Cookie a cookie. The story happily ends as King Cookie has finally found what has been missing in his life all along! Just as Gabi and Cookie Monster finish this wonderful story, Alan comes in from the kitchen with a fresh, new batch of cookies for Cookie Monster. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear Adjusts to Curly's Big Growl (#4076)

    Professor Gary Gill tries to help Baby Bear have a louder growl that his baby sister. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Feels He's Treated Unfairly By Rocco (#4077)

    Gabi steps in to stop Elmo and Zoe from arguing and Elmo realizes he should be more understanding. [53 minutes]

  • Baby Bear Can't Get Curly to Fall Asleep (#4078)

    After many attempts to get Curly to sleep, Oscar makes as much grouchy noise as he can and it works! [54 minutes]

  • Mile's Band Needs A Quiet Place to Practice (#4079)

    The band can't find a place to practice until Gordon suggests that the roof will be perfect. [54 minutes]

  • Elmo's Fairy Godperson Grants His Wish to Be A Bird (#4080)

    After seeing how much fun Big Bird has fluffing his feathers, Elmo wishes that he was bird too. [58 minutes]

  • Rosita Wishes She Didn't Have An Accent (#4081)

    Rosita feels embarrassed by her accent, until her friends tell her they love the way she speaks. [55 minutes]

  • Big Bad Wolf Huffs and Puffs When He Loses (#4082)

    The gang sings Big Bad Wolf a song after he blows them all away whenever they beat him at games. [54 minutes]

  • Telly Learns to Catch A Ball (#4083)

    The Manager of the New York Yankees, Joe Torre, encourages Telly to keep practicing playing catch. [58 minutes]

  • Banana in the Stone (#4084)

    Telly and Baby Bear tell Curley an exciting medieval story to inspire her to try to eat a banana. [58 minutes]

  • Health Food Game Show (#4085)

    Elmo has to find four healthy foods of various colors before the mouse climbs up the refrigerator. [58 minutes]

  • Birdseed Cookies (#4086)

    Big Bird's granny is coming to Sesame Street, and with Alan's help, Big Bird bakes "The World's Greatest Birdseed Cookies" for her. Big Bird and Alan have gathered all the ingredients they need- birdseed, applesauce, bananas, porridge and cinnamon. Then, Baby Bear comes in wanting his porridge, but tries a healthy fruit salad instead of his usual since Big Bird and Alan need the last bit of porridge to make the cookies. As Alan and Big Bird continue to mix the ingredients, The Count comes in to help them count and figure out how many cookies they will be able to make with the dough. When the cookies are all done, Granny Bird arrives and is so grateful for the cookies that Alan and Big Bird had baked for her! They all enjoy eating the cookies together, except Alan who is on a birdseed-free diet. Guest: National Theatre of The Deaf [58 minutes]

  • As The Porridge Cooled (#4087)

    Three bears get turned into ducks by a wizard and sing with vegetables. [58 minutes]

  • How Many Balloons to Raise Snuffy? (#4088)

    Snuffy's the Fairy Balloon Person uses 40 balloons to lift him up, so he can be a cloud in the sky. [58 minutes]

  • American Fruit Stand (#4089)

    The street is transformed into a 50's musical show while Miles is watching the fruit stand. [58 minutes]

  • Cookie Monster Thinks The Moon Is A Cookie (#4090)

    Cookie Monster sets of on a mission to find out if the Moon is really a giant cookie. [55 minutes]

  • Snuffy Feels He's Too Big (#4091)

    Snuffy sees Elmo, Zoe, and her friend, Carina the Ballerina, ballet dancing and wants to join in on the fun. He tries to follow along with them as they leap and twirl around, but ends up crashing on the ground and knocking them down. Snuffy becomes sad and insecure about his size when they tell him that maybe he's too big to dance ballet. Snuffy tries to figure out ways to make himself smaller by imagining himself as a mouse and doing scrunching down exercises, but becomes discouraged since he can't seem to change his size. Then, Big Bird, Luis, Maria, and Gabi all reassure Snuffy that they love everything about him and that he is beautifully big and perfect just the way he is. At the end, Zoe, Elmo, and Carina apologize to Snuffy for hurting his feelings and realize that anybody can dance and that dancing should be about having fun with all your friends, no matter what size they are. They all dance happily together. Guest: National Theatre of The Deaf [58 minutes]

  • Big Bird, Snuffy and Friends Hike (#4092)

    On their first hike, the gang stops to observe things that they've never really noticed before. [54 minutes]

  • Baby Bear's First Day of School (#4093)

    It's Baby Bear's first day of school and he's very excited! Papa Bear drops Baby Bear off at the Storybook Community School and tells him that he loves him and will be back after school to pick him up. At school, Baby Bear meets and becomes friends with Hansel and Gretel, Jack and Jill, Little Red Riding Hood, and other storybook characters. While Baby Bear is having fun making friends and learning new things, he often misses his family throughout the day. Baby Bear wonders what they are doing and wishes that they could be there to share in the excitement of his first day in school. When Papa Bear picks Baby Bear up, Baby Bear tells him that while he had a great time at school, he also really missed his family. Papa Bear reassures Baby Bear by telling him that it's okay to miss the family. He tells Baby Bear to just think about the time they get to see each other again at the end of the day, and how he will tell his family about all the great things he did in school! [58 minutes]

  • Telly Learns The Grouchketeer Cheer (#4094)

    Through Gordon's encouragement, constant practice and believing in himself, Telly learns the cheer. [58 minutes]

  • Who'll Replace the Big Bad Wolf (#4095)

    Zoe, Elmo and Telly audition to fill in for Big Bad when he takes a vacation. [58 minutes]

  • Mexico On Sesame Street (#4096)

    Everyone cheers up homesick Rosita by making Sesame Street look just like Mexico. [58 minutes]

  • Rock Sitter for Rocco (#4097)

    Telly agrees to take care of Rocco and tells her the story of "Goldirock and the Three Bears." [58 minutes]

  • Goldilocks Takes Over Nursery Rhymes (#4098)

    Being completely oblivious to their feelings, Goldilocks takes Little Miss Muffet's curds and whey, and then sticks her finger into Little Jack Horner's pie. She takes both of their nursery rhymes and makes them her own! Little Miss Muffet and Little Jack Horner are so upset that they start crying and run off to Baby Bear and Big Bird who offer to help them. They encourage Little Miss Muffet and Little Jack Horner to be assertive and stand up for themselves. Little Miss Muffet and Little Jack Horner gain the confidence to approach Goldilocks who is at Hooper's Store with Alan. Alan notices that Little Miss Muffet and Little Jack Horner are very upset so he encourages them to share their feelings with Goldilocks. After they express how badly she made them feel, Goldilocks realizes that she wouldn't like it if they did the same thing to her and apologizes, saying that she really didn't mean to make them feel sad. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo's and Zoe's Scientific Exploration (#4099)

    Elmo watches a leaf floating in a bucket of water and this observation leads Elmo to many other scientific questions. Elmo, Zoe, and Telly are all curious about whether or not objects such as a leaf, an apple, a rock (Rocco), and a triangle either float, sink, and/or slide. They first have a hypothesis about what might happen and then they test their hypothesis with an experiment. In the meantime, Gordon is there to ask Elmo, Zoe, and Telly about what is happening and what might happen next. They all have a wonderful time exploring together, and learning great new words such as experiment and hypothesis. [58 minutes]

  • "What Happens Next?" Show (#4100)

    Elmo has a great time playing a messy scientific game show with Oscar as the host! [58 minutes]

  • Elmo and Zoe Claim A Ball (#4101)

    The gang learns that sharing and playing together is more fun than owning your own ball. [58 minutes]

  • Gina's Vet Assistant (#4102)

    Gina is so busy that she is in desperate need of an assistant. With just a wish, her Furry Godmother appears and grants her a veterinarian's assistant who happens to be Grover! Unfortunately, Gina doesn't seem to be able to help the hiccupping duck in her examining room because Grover keeps screaming, "Emergency!" Gina also finds it difficult to help the other animals because Grover mistakes a camel for a horse, a lamp for a living thing, and a cat for a tiger. Gina then teaches Grover about these animals and about living things so that he can better understand what a real veterinary emergency might be. In the end, Grover doesn't think that he is cut out to be Gina's assistant, but finds a new calling curing hiccupping ducks- by surprising them! [58 minutes]

  • Telly's and Baby Bear's Story (#4103)

    Maria's helps Baby Bear and Telly realize they should work together and compromise to write a story. [58 minutes]

  • Donald Grump Looks for An Apprentice (#4104)

    Oscar, Grundgetta and Elmo compete to be the wealthy Donald Grump's helper. [58 minutes]

  • Super Chicken On Sesame Street (#4105)

    When a new superhero helps everyone, Grover feels sad and useless until the gang cheers him up. [58 minutes]

  • Bob's Deaf Niece Visits Sesame Street (#4106)

    Rosita and Telly meet Bob's deaf niece, Samara, who teaches them sign language as they play. [58 minutes]

  • Adventures of Little Big Bird, Part 1 (#4107)

    Mumford accidentally turns Big Bird into little Big Bird! How will he get back to his regular size? [58 minutes]

  • Adventures of Little Big Bird, Part 2 (#4108)

    A ladybug teaches Big Bird to keep trying no matter what obstacles he faces and what size he is. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4109

    Abby has just moved to Sesame Street. Snuffy and Big Bird teach her how to play hide- and-seek. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4110

    It's Abby's first day of Storybook Community School and she is so excited to learn everything! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4111

    Cookie Monster counts cookies and then subtracts them with some kids. Zoe does a cookie dance. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4112

    Gabi and Miles remember their very first day of school and tell Elmo all about it. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4113

    Herb, the plant eating dinosaur, comes to Sesame Street and learns something new from everyone. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4114

    Snow White's 7 dwarves sing a song where they add themselves all together, but one of them leaves. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4115

    Luis and Maria's try to have a picnic, but everyone interrupts them to sing about the letter "H." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4116

    When Alan agrees to be Elmo's pretend teacher so he can play school, many others join the class. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4117

    Elmo celebrates the letter of the day, "J", by changing his name to Jelmo and jumping around. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4118

    Telly is the host of the "Ask Oscar!" show, but Oscar won't answer the question that he is asked. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4119

    Big Bird's Fairy Godperson grants his wish and transforms Alan, Maria and Gordon into kids! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4120

    Baby Bear, with the help of Elmo, writes a thrilling story about The Three Bears in Outer Space. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4121

    Zoe pretends to be a teacher and takes her dolls on a field trip, but won't take Telly's doll. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4122

    Prairie plays the piano and everyone dresses up like different foods for a "Healthy Food Pageant." [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4123

    Baby Bear cooperates with Elmo and Telly to build an Automatic Lemonade Pouring Machine. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4124

    Slimey wants to be a hero like Trash Gordon! His first mission is to save the letter of the day. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4125

    The Alphabet Road Show searches for unusual people saying the alphabet in unusual ways. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4126

    Super Grover and Miles help Elmo decide what to get Zoe's pet rock Rocco for his birthday party. [58 minutes]

  • Oscar's Rottendoodle (#4127)

    Oscar gets a dog named Cranky who is helpful, loving and clean, but not very grouchy! [54 minutes]

  • Rapunzoe (#4128)

    Zoe soon regrets her wish granted by her Hairy God-person to make her hair longer than Rapunzel's. [54 minutes]

  • What Comes Next Game W/ Mr. Pattern (#4129)

    The gang plays a game where they guess what comes next in a pattern before a mouse rings a bell. [55 minutes]

  • Episode #4130

    Everyone can't wait to meet Gina's new baby, who she has adopted, and help out anyway they can. [54 minutes]

  • Episode #4131

    Everyone is so busy getting things ready for Gina & her baby, they don't realize they have arrived! [55 minutes]

  • Episode #4132

    Snuffy and Big Bird think like babies to come up with games to play with Marco, Gina's Baby. [55 minutes]

  • Episode #4133

    It's "National Try a New Food Day." Baby Bear tries his porridge with fruit and Gordon tries sushi. [55 minutes]

  • Episode #4134

    Oscar and Grundgetta want to race the in the Nastycar Races, but their Sloppy Jalopy won't start. [55 minutes]

  • The Bookaneers (#4135)

    A pirate ship and three pirates appear. They call themselves the Bookanners because they love books! [58 minutes]

  • Chris Is Introduced (#4136)

    Gordon and Susan's nephew, Chris Robinson, looks for a job so he can buy books for school. [58 minutes]

  • Word "Dog" Escapes Abby's Book (#4137)

    Telly and Baby Bear borrow a magical book, but must chase the word "dog" when it runs off. [58 minutes]

  • Lucy The Lazy Lizard (#4138)

    Elmo is so love with his favorite book he wants it read to him for the eleventh time this morning! [58 minutes]

  • Abby Plays The Letter "P" Game (#4139)

    Elmo and Zoe need to find things that start with the letter "P." Abby poofs in to join them. [58 minutes]

  • The Tutu Spell (#4140)

    When Zoe gives Abby's wand a try, she accidentally makes everyone ballet dance in tutus. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4141

    Elmo and Big Bird take Elmo's bike to the Fix-It shop after Big Bird sits on it and breaks it. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4142

    Big Bird meets the number Zero, who is upset because he is nothing. Big Bird tries to cheer him up. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4143

    Oscar and Grundgetta read, "The Tale of Sleeping Grouchy." about a princess put under a spell. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4144

    Telly invited Baby Bear to a meeting to watch him gets crowned the "Triangle Lover of the Day." [58 minutes]

  • Fairytale Emergencies (#4145)

    Prairie Dawn, the Fairy Tale News reporter, is here to ask, "How can you prepare for an emergency?" [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4146

    Rosita, Telly and Zoe play house and pretend to be a happy family with a mommy, daddy, baby and dog! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4147

    Gabi, Telly and Zoe are having a picnic, when all of a sudden, their honeydew melon disappears! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4148

    Elmo decides to write Abby her first letter, but he doesn't know how to write! [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4149

    Big Bird and Elmo sing a song about two friends, but when more people come they have to change it. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4150

    Telly uses pillows and sand to make a golf course on Sesame Street for Gordon to practice on. [58 minutes]

  • The Worm Cup Games (#4151)

    Slimey is a finalist in the Worm Cup, a contest on TV where worms try to kick a ball into a cup. [54 minutes]

  • Elmo Wishes for a Pet Dinosaur (#4152)

    Elmo imagines himself with a pet dinosaur and sings a song about all the fun things they would do. [54 minutes]

  • Rosita & Zoe Turn Maria Into A Chicken (#4153)

    Zoe and Rosita find Abby's magic wand and wonder what it would be like to be a fairy god-monster. [54 minutes]

  • The Amazing Alphabet Race (#4154)

    Elmo knows his ABC's so well that he has been chosen to play "The Amazing Alphabet Race" game show. [58 minutes]

  • Ralphie The Parrot Flies Away (#4155)

    When Baby Bear's pet bird flies away and hides in a tree, Elmo and Zoe try to get him to come down. [54 minutes]

  • Chris Teaches Elmo How to Bowl (#4156)

    Elmo gets frustrated when he doesn't knock down any pins on a toy bowling set, so he tries again. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Show Abby How to Pretend (#4157)

    Elmo teaches Abby what it means to make believe and she pretends to be a chicken. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Is Jealous of Marco (#4158)

    Elmo feels jealous and upset because Gina has to leave to feed Marco. He pretends to be a baby too. [58 minutes]

  • Rosita Gets Upset at Zoe & Abby (#4159)

    Rosita, Zoe and Abby decide to take turns picking what to play so they can all have a great time. [58 minutes]

  • Grouch News Network (#4160)

    Oscar the Grouch is the host of an all grouchy, all disgustin', all yucky news network. [58 minutes]

  • The Golden Triangle of Destiny (#4161)

    Texas Telly and Chris follow clues around Sesame Street to find the Golden Triangle of Destiny. [58 minutes]

  • Telly's New Shoes (#4162)

    Telly makes a shoe wish so the Shoe Fairy will come and give him his first pair of shoes. [58 minutes]

  • Sock Chaos at the Laundromat (#4163)

    Abby has a new "two trick" that turns one thing into two things and uses it on Chris' lone sock. [58 minutes]

  • Leela's Sesame Street Video (#4164)

    Leela meets a talking letter "O" while making a videotape of Sesame Street for her parents in India. [58 minutes]

  • Firefly Show (#4165)

    Baby Bear and Telly catch a firefly, realize that it is sad to be trapped in a jar and let it go. [58 minutes]

  • Max The Magician (#4166)

    Everyone tries to figure out the secrets to Max the Magician's tricks. The tricks are actually math! [58 minutes]

  • Annual Triangle Toss (#4167)

    Telly gets ready for the Triangle Lovers' Annual Triangle Toss and wears his lucky triangle vest. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo & Zoe's Hat Contest (#4168)

    Today is "Who Can Wear the Most Hats on Their Head Day!" Elmo and Zoe are tied every time! [58 minutes]

  • Telly The Tiebreaker (#4169)

    Elmo, Zoe and Rosita make a block house but can't agree whether to put a square or circle on top. [55 minutes]

  • Curly Bear Chases Birthday Cake (#4170)

    Baby Bear he is worried that Curly Bear is going to wreck his Chocolate-Porridge Birthday Cake. [54 minutes]

  • Big Bird and Snuffy's Talent Show (#4171)

    Leela juggles fruit while singing the ABCS and Wolfgang plays the glockenspiel for the talent show. [54 minutes]

  • Number 6 Games (#4172)

    It is number 6 day on Sesame Street. There are going to be games and songs all about the number six. [58 minutes]

  • Abby Thinks Oscar Is A Prince (#4173)

    After hearing a story about a frog who is a prince, Abby thinks that Oscar is an enchanted prince. [54 minutes]

  • Big Birds Nest Sale (#4174)

    Big Bird has a nest sale. When he sells his old toys he accidentally sells his teddy bear, Radar. [55 minutes]

  • Slimey Adopts A Pet Bug (#4175)

    Oscar and Slimey visit the "Bug-a-Wee Bug Shelter" and bring home a pet bug they name Dirty. [54 minutes]

  • Elmo Steps In for Super Grover (#4176)

    Super Chicken and her sidekick Robin fly in to help Elmo. Horatio becomes Super Grover's sidekick. [58 minutes]

  • Abby's 1st Sleepover (#4177)

    Abby goes to Big Bird's nest for her very first sleepover! Maria reads her "Hey, Diddle, Diddle." [54 minutes]

  • Three Cheers for Us (#4178)

    Elmo tries to bounce his ball three times. Zoe the cheerleader cheers him on with her pompoms. [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Bird Games (#4179)

    Big Bird, the chicken and the duck compete in the Sesame Street Bird Games. Chris and Alan judge. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Wants to Be Like Gordon (#4180)

    Elmo wants to be just like Gordon so he decides to spend the day looking and acting just like him. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo and Leela Look for a Mine-Itis Cure (#4181)

    A Sesame Street Nightly News Update comes in from Brian Williams saying that "No one is sharing!" [58 minutes]

  • Hurry Up You're Running Out Time (#4182)

    Telly appears on a game show and has to say the alphabet while Denny the Distracter distracts him. [58 minutes]

  • Maria The Cowgirl (#4183)

    Gordon reads a story about "Maria the Cowgirl." Big Bird, Elmo and Abby decide to act out the story. [58 minutes]

  • The Cookie Touch (#4184)

    Everything Cookie Monster touches turn to a cookie, thanks to a spell from his Fairy Cookie Person. [58 minutes]

  • The Help-O-Bots (#4185)

    After Chris reads them a story Elmo, Telly and Rosita become robots to help at Hooper's store. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear's New Baby Sitter (#4186)

    When Grandmama Bear gets sick, Gabi baby-sits Baby Bear and does things differently than Grandmama. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4187

    A real estate agent gives Big Bird a virtual tour of warmer habitats including a beach and a swamp. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4188

    Elmo and Telly call themselves the Cowmonster Pair and follow clues to find Little Bo Peep's cow. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4189

    When Abby accidentally turns Baby Bear and Chris into bees they learn about nectar and honeycombs. [58 minutes]

  • Wild Nature Survivor Guy (#4190)

    Elmo and Rosita meet Wild Nature Survivor Guy who thinks nature is all around them on Sesame Street. [55 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Abby Makes Seasons Change (#4191)

    Elmo wants to go sledding on a nice Spring day, so Abby uses a weather spell to change the seasons. [54 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Y A Quest Y Not (#4192)

    Abby and Elmo dress in suits of armor after finding a book that tells them how to become knights. [54 minutes]

  • Bears Try to Hibernate (#4193)

    Telly, Chris and hibernation consultant Max Bear try to help Baby Bear fall asleep until spring. [56 minutes]

  • Stinky's Annual Birthday Flower (#4194)

    On Stinky birthday everyone gets the plant gifts that plants don't need, instead of sun and water. [54 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Elmo Finds A Baby Bird (#4195)

    Elmo and Rosita find a peeping little bird and they try to feed it and teach it how to fly. [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Grouch Messing Machine (#4196)

    Elmo helps Luis repair a noisy washing machine by finding a wrench and nut shaped like a hexagon. [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street The Cookie Tree (#4197)

    When Cookie Monster learns that apples grow on trees he tries to grow a chocolate chip cookie tree. [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Mary, Mary Quite Contrary (#4198)

    Mary Mary grows flowers in a garden next to Oscar's trash can by using dirt, sun, and water. [54 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Abby Has The Sparkle Freckles (#4199)

    Abby's freckles jump off of her face, glowing and bouncing all around and she has to find them! [54 minutes]

  • Sesame Street The Rainbow Show (#4200)

    Rosita wants to see a rainbow. Elmo gathers monsters of all different colors for a monster rainbow. [54 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Amphibian Show (#4201)

    Elmo and Abby are on a game show and must find an amphibian before a tadpole turns into a frog. [58 minutes]

  • Camping Show (#4202)

    Chris and Elmo meet turtles, raccoons, ducks and a beaver and learn what they all like to eat. [58 minutes]

  • Squirmadega Car Race (#4203)

    Elmo is very excited to watch Slimey drive in the worm car race. Jeff Gordon is the sportscaster. [58 minutes]

  • Jack's Big Jump (#4204)

    Jack Be Nimble is getting ready to jump over eight candlesticks and gets help from a kangaroo. [58 minutes]

  • Squirmadega Car Race (#4205)

    Time to count! Elmo and Telly help Inspector 4 inspect things that are in groups of four. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4206

    Big Bird crashes while roller skating and visits Dr. Berger, who puts his sprained wing in a sling. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4207

    Maria helps Elmo write a story about the letter "G" using the words golf, goldfish, goose and girls. [58 minutes]

  • Counting Booth (#4208)

    Elmo and Abby agree to become the official Counting Booth Counters while The Count is away. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4209

    The gang sings about the number seven and help the letter "S" find seven words that begin with "S." [58 minutes]

  • Abby's Tricycle (#4210)

    With hard work and practice, Abby learns to ride her very first tricycle without help from magic. [58 minutes]

  • Episode #4211

    Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk tells Leela and Telly his problem. He has a cow but no beanstalk! [58 minutes]

  • Princess Show (#4212)

    Abby, Rosita and a penguin play princesses and a prince comes along when they need to be rescued. [58 minutes]

  • The Camouflage Challenge (#4213)

    Camouflage Carla is blending into the wall behind her. Elmo and Rosita want to camouflage too! [58 minutes]

  • The Happy Scientists (#4214)

    To be a scientist, Elmo finds a question to investigate. Does everyone on Sesame Street take a bath? [58 minutes]

  • Chicken When It Comes to Thunderstorms (#4215)

    Leela tries to comfort the chickens when raindrops, thunder and lightning make them panic. [58 minutes]

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  • The Ironing Monster (#4216)

    Grover realizes that people in the Laundromat need his help while his cape is being washed. [58 minutes]

  • What's That Noise? (#4217)

    Super Grover tries to get a grasshopper to come out from under a couch by doing a grasshopper call. [58 minutes]

  • The Furry Four (#4218)

    While reading the comic book "The Furry Four" Telly, Abby and Elmo change into furry super costumes. [55 minutes]

  • The Whoosh & Vanish Mystery (#4219)

    When Elmo and Telly play basketball, their ball disappears. They investigate to solve the mystery. [55 minutes]

  • Music Magic (#4220)

    Elmo uses Abby's wand to pretend he's a music conductor. Everyone on Sesame Street starts singing! [53 minutes]

  • Bert's Pigeon Search (#4221)

    Elmo and Abby help Bert find the Blue Bar Pigeon, the last pigeon on his 'Pigeon Life List.' [54 minutes]

  • Up in the Air (#4222)

    Big Bird and Snuffy learn about gravity when they try to see who can stay in the air the longest. [54 minutes]

  • Snuffle Sneeze (#4223)

    When Snuffy gets close to Big Bird's feathers, he gets a tickle in his snuffle and starts sneezing. [58 minutes]

  • There's An App for That (#4224)

    Telly exchanges his old, beloved pogo stick for a brand new iPogo from Mack the pogo salesman. [55 minutes]

  • The A Team (#4225)

    Abby, Elmo, and Telly join the A Team to help people by solving problems using letter A words [58 minutes]

  • Where's The Itsy Bitsy Spider? (#4226)

    Elmo, Telly, and Rosita find a beetle, a grasshopper and ants while looking for Itsy Bitsy spider. [58 minutes]

  • Fetch The Letter I (#4227)

    Telly and Elmo make an "I" with their "Letter of the Day" kit when Iggy the Dog snatches the letter! [58 minutes]

  • Rahki Road (#4228)

    Leela makes bracelets to celebrate an Indian holiday called "Rakhi" and Elmo learns about India. [58 minutes]

  • Puddle Jumping (#4229)

    On a cloudy rainy day, Elmo splashes around and sings about how much he loves the rain! [58 minutes]

  • Saved By Super Foods (#4230)

    The Super Food Super Heroes explain to Elmo what a kiwi is and help Rosita find a healthy snack. [58 minutes]

  • Twins Day On Sesame Street (#4231)

    Abby and Zoe pretend to be twins and do everything the same. The count counts all of the twins! [58 minutes]

  • Veggies Revolt (#4232)

    A group of vegetables march with picket signs and chant because they don't feel appreciated. [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street Fairy Tale Science Fair (#4233)

    Everyone's favorite fairy tale characters are solving problems with science! [58 minutes]

  • Rock, Rock Band (#4234)

    Vergil Von Vivaldi has come to Sesame Street to start a rock band made completely of rocks! [58 minutes]

  • Zoe Loves Rocco (#4235)

    Zoey's pet rock Rocco disappears and Elmo uses his memory to give him clues to help find it. [58 minutes]

  • Dirtballs (#4236)

    Oscar starts a new company called "Dirtballs" to transform Sesame Street from clean to very dirty. [58 minutes]

  • Grouchy Mother's Day (#4237)

    Oscar orders a fish bouquet for his mother and wants it to be the worst Grouchy Mother's Day ever! [58 minutes]

  • Abby Tries & Tries Again (#4238)

    Abby wants to help Leela get dressed for a party but accidentally transforms her into a pirate. [58 minutes]

  • The Golden Triangle of Destiny (#4239)

    Legend says the Golden Triangle of Destiny is on Sesame Street and Minnesota Mel wants to find it. [58 minutes]

  • The Shoe Fairy (#4240)

    Abby tells Telly to make a shoe wish so the Shoe Fairy will give him his first pair of shoes. [58 minutes]

  • Sock Chaos at the Laundromat (#4241)

    When Chris loses one of his socks, Abby uses a "two trick" that turns one thing into two things. [58 minutes]

  • Firefly Show (#4242)

    Telly and Baby Bear chase a firefly all over Sesame Street. They uses a flashlight to attract it. [58 minutes]

  • Max The Magician (#4243)

    Max the Magician magically appears on Sesame Street and all of his tricks are actually math! [58 minutes]

  • Elmo, Zoe Hat Contest (#4244)

    It's "Who Can Wear the Most Hats on Their Head Day" and Elmo and Zoe are tied every time! [58 minutes]

  • Telly The Tiebreaker (#4245)

    Elmo, Zoe and Rosita and some friends raise their hands and count the votes when they can't agree. [58 minutes]

  • Curly Bear Chases Birthday Cake (#4246)

    Baby Bear is worried that his sister Curly Bear will wreck his Chocolate-Porridge Birthday Cake. [58 minutes]

  • Number 6 Day (#4247)

    Today is a day devoted to the number six and all it's sixiness with games and songs and more. [58 minutes]

  • Abby Thinks Oscars Is A Prince (#4248)

    Abby believes Oscar is an enchanted prince under a spell and a kiss will turn him to Prince Oscar. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Steps In for Super Grover (#4249)

    Horatio becomes Super Grover's side-kick and Elmo does a super job of helping everyone today. [58 minutes]

  • Abby's First Sleepover (#4250)

    Abby goes to Big Bird's nest for a sleepover but there isn't anyone to read to her a bedtime story. [58 minutes]

  • Three Cheers (#4251)

    Zoe e is a Sesame Street Cheerleader! Elmo joins her to in search of someone to cheer for. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Wants to Be Like Gordon (#4252)

    Elmo wants to be just like Gordon so he decides to spend the day looking and acting just like him. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo & Leela Look for a Mine-Itis Cure (#4253)

    A Sesame Street Nightly News Update comes in from Brian Williams saying that, "No one is sharing!" [58 minutes]

  • The Cookie Touch (#4254)

    Cookie Monster's Fairy Cookie Person makes it so everything he touches will turn into a cookie. [58 minutes]

  • The Help-O-Bots (#4255)

    After hearing a robot story, Elmo, Telly and Rosita become robots to help Chris at Hooper's store. [58 minutes]

  • Annual Triangle Toss (#4256)

    Telly wins the Triangle Toss every year thanks to his lucky vest, but now his vest is too small. [58 minutes]

  • Failure to Launch (#4257)

    Hubert the Human Cannonball wants to launch out of a cannon, across the yard, and into a bucket. [55 minutes]

  • Rocco's Boat (#4258)

    Elmo plays with his doll, Baby David, in a washtub and makes a boat from pencils and aluminum foil. [54 minutes]

  • The Bubblefest (#4259)

    It's Bubblefest and Alan and Chris lead the festivities. Telly has trouble blowing a bubble. [58 minutes]

  • Observe, Record, Annoy (#4260)

    Oscar takes a computer class in Grouchology and the golden rule is to observe, record and annoy. [58 minutes]

  • The Shape O' Bots (#4261)

    Telly, Elmo and Rosita are playing Shape-O-Bots, robots that transform into shapes to help people. [58 minutes]

  • The Latinization of Marco (#4262)

    Gina wants Marco to learn Spanish and Rosita helps by singing a fun song about Spanish dances. [58 minutes]

  • Humpty Dumpty's Big Break (#4263)

    Humpty Dumpty sits on a wall to watch a football game, but Telly is worried he is going to fall. [55 minutes]

  • Goodbye Pacifier (#4264)

    Curly Bear is unsure about giving up her binky. Elmo remembers giving up a binky and tries to help. [58 minutes]

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  • The Good Bird's Club (#4265)

    The president of the Good Birds Club ridicules Big Bird because of his physical appearance. [58 minutes]

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  • Big Bad Wolf Huffs and Puffs Slimey (#4266)

    The Big Bad Wolf huffs and puffs at Slimey, sending him flying through the air into Snuffy's lunch. [54 minutes]

  • Baby Bear's Baby Doll (#4267)

    Baby Bear is embarrassed because he loves his doll very much but he thinks dolls are for girls. [58 minutes]

  • Elmo and the Monarch Butterfly (#4268)

    Elmo and Telly read the book "Fascinating Facts About Insects." Elmo pretends to be a butterfly. [55 minutes]

  • Siblings (#4269)

    When Baby Bear and Curly Bear fight over their crayons, Chris and Christy teach them about sharing. [58 minutes]

  • Letter R Mystery (#4270)

    When things keep going missing on Sesame Street, Detective Alfie Betts decides to investigate. [55 minutes]

  • Cast Iron Cooks (#4271)

    Superchef pops up and announces that Alan has been chosen as the next challenger on Cast Iron Cooks! [55 minutes]

  • Getting Centered (#4272)

    Telly is upset that he missed a yoga class. Rosita and Elmo offer to teach him what they learned. [54 minutes]

  • A Prince of a Frog (#4273)

    The princess cannot meet her prince without kissing a frog, but the frog keeps hopping away! [58 minutes]

  • Elmozilla (#4274)

    Chris marks Elmo's height with a growth chart. Abby grants Elmo's wish to make him taller. [58 minutes]

  • Super Maria (#4275)

    Gordon is trying to fix lots of things at 123 Sesame Street. He insists he doesn't need any help. [58 minutes]

  • The Flood (#4276)

    Water gushing from a basement pipe leak causes a flood. Oscar dives in with his snorkel on to help. [58 minutes]

  • Falling Leaves (#4277)

    Chris and Elmo try to protect Stinky from the falling leaves that cover him every autumn day. [58 minutes]

  • The All Our Senses Club (#4278)

    Telly, Elmo and Rosita form the Excellent Eyes Club so they can use their eyes to help people. [58 minutes]

  • What's In Big Bird's Nest (#4279)

    Big Bird finds a truck, a cactus, a pineapple and more objects in his nest while he tries to sleep. [58 minutes]

  • Rhyming Block (#4280)

    Mother Goose needs to write new nursery rhymes. Elmo and Abby help because they are great rhymers. [58 minutes]

  • Furry Potter (#4281)

    Telly wants Gordon to read him the new Furry Potter book, but Gordon has lost his glasses! [58 minutes]

  • Elmo Wants to Have A Ball (#4282)

    Elmo's daddy has given him a dollar. He wants a Stupendous Ball, but it costs five dollars! [58 minutes]

  • Cowmonster Pair (#4283)

    Little Bo Peep's cow is missing and the Cowmonster Pair, Elmo and Telly, follow clues to find it. [58 minutes]

  • Abby's Tricycle (#4284)

    With hard work and practice, Abby learns to ride her very first tricycle! [58 minutes]

  • Mary, Mary Quite Contrary (#4285)

    Mary Mary Quite Contrary dumps dirt outside Oscar's trashcan because she wants to grow a garden. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear Is Afraid of Bees (#4286)

    Baby Bear and Abby are near a garden. Baby Bear is filled with panic because he is afraid of bees! [58 minutes]

  • The Rainbow Show (#4287)

    Elmo lines up red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet monsters to make a rainbow. [58 minutes]

  • Stinky's Annual Birthday Flower (#4288)

    Elmo and Zoe find out its Stinky the plant's birthday and decide to get him a present. [58 minutes]

  • Wild Nature Survivor Guy (#4289)

    Wild Nature Survivor Guy thinks he needs to survive out on Sesame Street. Nature is all around him! [58 minutes]

  • Tribute to Number Seven (#4290)

    Rosita, Abby, and Zoe begin singing about the number seven as they count seven dancing chickens. [58 minutes]

  • Princess Show (#4291)

    A penguin leaps so high she lands on a balcony and can't get down! A prince offers to rescue her. [58 minutes]

  • Abby Has The Sparkle Fairy Freckles (#4292)

    Abby calls the Fairy Doctor when she gets a case of the Sparkle Speckle Fairy Freckles! [58 minutes]

  • Camping Show (#4293)

    Chris and Elmo are excited camp in the woods! They meet a beaver, raccoons, turtles and ducks! [58 minutes]

  • Amphibian Show (#4294)

    Elmo and Abby are resting when suddenly it's time to play the game show, "Find that Amphibian." [58 minutes]

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  • Frankly It's A Habitat (#4295)

    Freddy Flapman from Flychert Real Estate tries to convince Big Bird to migrate somewhere warm. [58 minutes]

  • Inspected By 4 (#4296)

    Inspector 4, Judah Friedlander, comes along to inspect for things that are in groups of four. [58 minutes]

  • Jack's Big Jump (#4297)

    Baby Bear and Telly find a kangaroo to help Jack Be Nimble jump over eight candlesticks. [58 minutes]

  • Wing in a Sling (#4298)

    Big Bird falls while roller skating. Dr. Berger c examines Big Bird's wing and puts a sling on him. [58 minutes]

  • Squirmadega Car Race (#4299)

    Slimey is practicing for the Squirmadega Car Race. Elmo is Slimey's biggest fan and cheerleader! [58 minutes]

  • Jack Grows His Own Beanstalk (#4300)

    Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk has a problem. He only has a cow, but he needs a beanstalk! [58 minutes]

  • Get Lost, Mr. Chips (#4301)

    Cookie Monster tries to control himself when the exclusive Cookie Connoisseurs Club makes a visit. [53 minutes]

  • The Good Sport (#4302)

    Elmo learns the importance of practicing and also not showing off when playing a game of hot potato. [58 minutes]

  • Hansel & Gretel's Playdate with Big Bird (#4303)

    Hansel and Gretel visit to play with Big Bird and try to leave a trail back to the subway station. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear Comes Clean (#4304)

    Baby bear and Telly try to get a purple ice cream stain out of Baby Bear's nice, clean, white shirt. [55 minutes]

  • Me Am What Me Am (#4305)

    Cookie Monster is waiting for Chris to finish baking cookies, but it's hard for him to wait! [54 minutes]

  • A Song for the Letter G (#4306)

    The letter "G" doesn't have a song about the sounds he can make, so Elmo and Rosita try to help. [58 minutes]

  • Brandeis Is Looking for a Job (#4307)

    Brandeis, a Labrador Retriever, is looking for a job on Sesame Street and becomes a service dog! [56 minutes]

  • Don't Wake The Baby (#4308)

    Elmo and Telly become the Noise Patrol and keep loud noises away from Leela's sleeping baby niece. [58 minutes]

  • Practice Makes Proud (#4309)

    Leela gives Elmo some pointers about how to play basketball and after much practice, he scores! [58 minutes]

  • Afraid of the Bark (#4310)

    Elmo learns that Zoe and her pet rock, Rocco, are scared of dogs and helps them to not be afraid. [58 minutes]

  • Telly The Tiebreaker (#4311)

    Elmo, Zoe and their friends vote on which fun song they want to sing, but the vote ends in a tie. [58 minutes]

  • Hat Contest (#4312)

    It's "Who Can Wear the Most Hats on Their Head Day" and Elmo and Zoe are playing against each other. [58 minutes]

  • The Very End of X (#4313)

    Big Bird and Snuffy are the hosts of "The Letter of the Day Show," but their letter is broken! [58 minutes]

  • Sesame Street-O-Saurus (#4314)

    Grover, Elmo and Rosita imagine that they are Paleontologists, scientists who dig to find fossils. [58 minutes]

  • Thinks Oscar Is A Prince (#4315)

    After reading a story about a princess who kisses a frog, Abby thinks that Oscar could be a prince. [58 minutes]

  • Finishing The Splat (#4316)

    Oscar has a plan to paint a painting that is so grouchy and horrible it will make everyone mad. [58 minutes]

  • Figure It Out Baby (#4317)

    Alan and Telly use the internet to learn how to construct a guitar for their favorite singer, LMNOP. [58 minutes]

  • Build A Better Basket (#4318)

    Alan, Rosita and Elmo try to create a basket that is strong enough to stand up to the Big Bad Wolf. [58 minutes]

  • The Best House of the Year (#4319)

    The Three Little Pigs are building a strong house to enter the "Best House of the Year" contest. [58 minutes]

  • Fairy Tale Science Fair (#4320)

    Fairy tale characters solve problems with science at the Sesame Street Fairy Tale Science Fair. [58 minutes]

  • Lifting Snuffy (#4321)

    Zoe choreographs a special dance, "The Dance of the Six Swans," for her friends to perform. [58 minutes]

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  • Rocco's Playdate (#4322)

    Elmo volunteers to find a friend who is round so Rocco, Zoe's pet rock, can have a play date. [58 minutes]

  • Max The Magician (#4323)

    Everyone is excited to see real magic when Max the Magician magically appears on Sesame Street. [58 minutes]

  • Trashgiving Day Parade (#4324)

    Oscar is in charge of running the parade for Trashgiving Day, the grouchiest holiday of the year. [58 minutes]

  • Porridge Art (#4325)

    Baby Bear enters a Porridge Art Contest held by his favorite porridge brand "Quaker Porridge." [58 minutes]

  • Great Vibrations (#4326)

    Bob offers to teach Abby how to play music, but first she needs to choose an instrument. [58 minutes]

  • Telly Gets Jealous (#4401)

    Telly becomes upset when he sees that Baby Bear's pet, Ralphie, can do things his hamster can't do. [58 minutes]

  • Don't Get Push (#4402)

    Rosita pushes Baby Bear while they are playing school. Telly explains that it was not okay to push. [58 minutes]

  • The Flower Show (#4403)

    Stinky is nervous that he won't bloom in time for the flower show. Maybe relaxing will help. [58 minutes]

  • Latino Festival (#4404)

    A street festival on Sesame Street is celebrating Spanish culture and language. [58 minutes]

  • Simon Says (#4405)

    Telly practices paying attention and controlling himself to prepare for a Simon Says Competition. [58 minutes]

  • Help-O-Bots (#4406)

    Telly, Rosita and Elmo pretend to be robots to try and help Chris at Hooper's Store. [58 minutes]

  • Still Life with Cookie (#4407)

    Cookie Monster learns how to control himself from eating his own paintings. [55 minutes]

  • Me Amigita Rosita (#4408)

    Rosita writes her own book about her life on Sesame Street and what being Mexican means to her. [58 minutes]

  • Leela's Cell Phone Addiction (#4409)

    Zoe and Abby get frustrated with Leela's constant texting so they decide to hide her phone. [54 minutes]

  • Firefly Show (#4410)

    Baby Bear and Telly have trouble trying to catch a firefly and must problem solve to figure it out. [54 minutes]

  • Count Tribute (#4411)

    The Count is running late to accept an award for counting and his friends try to stall the judges. [58 minutes]

  • Gotcha! (#4412)

    A hidden camera show pops up on Sesame Street that tries to catch bad manners in action. [58 minutes]

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  • Big Bird Nest Sale (#4413)

    Snuffy helps Big Bird with his nest sale and accidentally sells Big Bird's teddy bear, Radar. [58 minutes]

  • The Wild Brunch (#4414)

    When zoo animals come for brunch at Hooper's store, Snuffy has to remember everyone's order. [58 minutes]

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  • Rosita's Abuela (#4415)

    Maria helps Rosita deal with her feelings about speaking a lot of Spanish around her friends. [58 minutes]

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  • Baby Bear's New Sitter (#4416)

    Baby Bear is worried about having a new babysitter, but realizes that different things can be fun. [58 minutes]

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  • Grandparent's Celebration (#4417)

    Elmo spends time with Baby Bear and Rosita's grandparents at the Grandparents Celebration. [58 minutes]

  • The Princess Story (#4418)

    Rosita helps Abby and Zoe think outside the "fairytale" box as they all make up a story together. [58 minutes]

  • Judy and the Beast (#4419)

    Judy needs to find the perfect beast for a story. She finds that a horse is just right for the job. [58 minutes]

  • 3 Cheers for Us (#4420)

    Zoe, Elmo and Telly are the Sesame Street Cheerleaders. Now they just need someone to cheer for. [58 minutes]

  • Pogo Game (#4421)

    Telly trains with a famous pogo coach to help him win at the Pogo Games. [58 minutes]

  • Jack's Big Jump (#4422)

    Everyone's excited for Jack-Be-Nimble's big jump, when Jack finds himself able to jump no more. [58 minutes]

  • Baby Bear Hates Tee Ball (#4423)

    Papa Bear is teaching Baby Bear Tee Ball, but Baby Bear would rather draw the ball than hit it. [54 minutes]

  • The Wedding Planner (#4424)

    Elmo helps Zoe problem solve and pull together the final details of Rocco's wedding. [54 minutes]

  • Lights, Camera, Bert (#4425)

    Ernie and Elmo help Bert tap into his imagination as he acts out different scenes for a movie. [58 minutes]

  • Every Plant (#4426)

    Stinky thinks that he must not be a plant when he is excluded from the book about every plant. [58 minutes]

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