Sesame Street

Sesame Street

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.

All Past Episodes

Julia's Haircut

28:55 | #4921 | TV-Y

Elmo, Abby, and Alan play hair salon and pretend to be hair stylists to help Julia feel less scared about getting a haircut.

Book Worming

28:55 | #4813 | TV-Y

Elmo plans a welcome party with South African food, music, and clothing for his friend ZuZu.

Street Food

28:55 | #4816 | TV-Y

There's a food festival on Sesame Street today with food from countries from around the world!

Chamki Visits Sesame Street

28:55 | #4815 | TV-Y

Big Bird's pen pal, a friend who he has a lot in common with, visits Sesame Street from India.

Our Family's Way

28:55 | #4809 | TV-Y

Abby's family is having dinner at Elmo's house and both families have fun getting dinner ready.

The Count's Counting Error

28:55 | #4835 | TV-Y

The Count makes a counting mistake and decides to find another job that doesn't involve counting.

The Last Straw

28:55 | #4810 | TV-Y

Bert can't fall asleep because Ernie is making too much noise. Bert becomes angry and leaves!

Chinese New Year

28:55 | #4814 | TV-Y

Elmo and his friends make a Chinese dragon costume to celebrate Chinese New Year.

Elmo and Abby's Bubble Fun

28:55 | #4829 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby test bubble mixtures and learn a bubble has the colors of the rainbow.

The Happy to Be Me Club

28:55 | #4823 | TV-Y

Big Bird feels bad about himself after being teased, but Abby reminds him he is special.

Hair Training

28:55 | #4812 | TV-Y

Gabrielle and Prairie think they can't dance together because their hair doesn't move the same way.

Crafty Friends

28:55 | #4817 | TV-Y

Elmo helps Zoe find just the right play date for Zoe's pet rock, Rocco.

The Golden Triangle

28:55 | #4830 | TV-Y

Telly turns into Texas Telly the explorer in search of the rarest most beautiful triangle of all.

Rosita and Elmo Teach Yoga

28:55 | #4833 | TV-Y

Telly practices balancing his weight during yoga class.

A Very Sesame Street Thanksgiving

28:55 | #4801 | TV-Y

Rosita learns everyone has their own family traditions and eats all kinds of food for Thanksgiving.

Clothing Drive

28:55 | #4806 | TV-Y

Nina suggests having a clothing drive in a neighborhood since Rudy's favorite sweater doesn't fit.

Fido the Frog

28:46 | #4831 | TV-Y

Chris, Elmo, and Abby help Fido feel proud that he's a frog and find the right habitat to live in.

Me Am Cookie Monster

28:55 | #4819 | TV-Y

With rumors that he is a Veggie Monster swirling, Cookie Monster must defend his identity.

Rapunzel Gets a Haircut

28:55 | #4804 | TV-Y

Abby and Elmo help Rapunzel keep her hair from getting in the way so she can be a gymnast.

The Wheel Deal

28:55 | #4825 | TV-Y

Nina cleans out the bike shop and the Three Pigs Movers help move everything for Oscar.

Kitty Kindness

28:55 | #4811 | TV-Y

Grover and Cookie Monster help look after a lost kitten and learn all about how to take care it.

Oscar the Kind

28:55 | #4828 | TV-Y

Oscar gets sick and instead of feeling grouchy he feels "kind" and has fun being kind to others.

Abby and Zoe Love Karate

28:55 | #4832 | TV-Y

Nina teaches Abby and Zoe how to kick a ball off of a stand with a special karate kick.

The Helpful Cloud

28:55 | #4822 | TV-Y

Chris helps Floatie realize that she already has a very important job, being a cloud up in the sky!

Grandparent's Day

28:55 | #4826 | TV-Y

Hooper's Store throws a special party for kids and their grandparents!

Elmo's Butterfly Friend

28:55 | #4820 | TV-Y

Elmo and Telly learn how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly through metamorphosis.

It's Dance Your Favorite Dance Day

28:55 | #4818 | TV-Y

Nina, who knows lots of dances from around the world, teaches everyone their favorite dances moves.

My Rakhi Family

28:55 | #4824 | TV-Y

Telly and Zoe help Leela celebrate the Indian holiday Rakhi.

Martian Mission

28:55 | #4805 | TV-Y

Martians land on Sesame Street to find out what Earth people are like and Elmo shows them around!

Abby's Sock Solution

28:46 | #4808 | TV-Y

After Chris loses a sock while doing his laundry, Abby conjures up dancing socks and creates chaos.

M Is for Missing

28:55 | #4807 | TV-Y

The letter M goes missing and it's up to Nina and the gang to find it!

The New Old MacDonald

28:55 | #4827 | TV-Y

Old MacDonald's animals don't want to sing the song anymore because it's always sung the same way.

Cinderella's Slippery Slippers

28:55 | #4802 | TV-Y

Cinderella and Rosita would love to play together, but Cinderella's fancy shoes make it difficult.

Surfin' Sesame Street

28:55 | #4834 | TV-Y

When Alan tells Elmo and Grover that he couldn't go on vacation this year, Elmo, Grover and Chris surprise him by bringing the beach to Sesame Street!

Elmo's Nursery Rhyme

28:55 | #4803 | TV-Y

Mother Goose tries to write a nursery rhyme for Elmo but she doesn't know anything about him.

Father's Day

28:55 | #4724 | TV-Y

Rosita's friends help her make a video message so she can tell her dad how much she loves him.

Make Your Garden Grow

28:46 | #4716 | TV-Y

Elmo has made sure that his apple tree has good soil, water, and sunshine, but he still needs to learn how to be patient and wait for it to grow.

The Four Sneezons

28:55 | #4734 | TV-Y

Grover wishes he didn't have a cold in the Fall, so Rudy uses Abby's wand to change the season. Now every time Grover sneezes, the seasons keep changing.

Hide and Seek Rudy

28:55 | #4733 | TV-Y

Rudy uses Abby's wand to find the best hiding spot, and accidentally turns himself into a banana.

Rudy Lets Loose

28:55 | #4732 | TV-Y

Rudy uses Abby's wand and turns himself into a dog so Grover's dogs will be friends with him.

Hello Rudy

28:55 | #4731 | TV-Y

Rosita and Elmo help Abby look out for her new stepbrother Rudy who is on his way to Sesame Street.

Shape Hunt

28:55 | #4821 | TV-Y

Everyone on Sesame Street is getting ready to play Shape Hunt. Each team gets a list of shapes and they have to look closely around the street to find them. When both teams have difficulty finding shapes on their list, Julia helps by finding shapes in places no one else thought of.

Wild Animals Stop for Lunch

28:55 | #4720 | TV-Y

When zoo animals come for brunch at Hooper's Store, Snuffy must remember everyone's order.

Baby Bear Learns About Bees

28:55 | #4711 | TV-Y

Baby Bear is afraid of bees until Abby turns him and Chris into bees. Baby Bear and Chris learn just how amazing bees really are.

Big Bird's Big Move

28:55 | #4729 | TV-Y

Freddy Flapman, real estate agent to birds, tries to convince Big Bird to migrate away from Sesame Street.

Bert and Ernie Make a Movie

28:46 | #4728 | TV-Y

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

Rocking Rollie

28:55 | #4722 | TV-Y

Rosita and Zoe build their own baby-rocking machine to help rock baby Rollie's cradle so their arms won't get tired.

The Camouflage Show

28:55 | #4726 | TV-Y

Elmo, Rosita, and Chris try to find six camouflaged things so they can join the Camouflage Club.

The Snazzy Society

28:55 | #4735 | TV-Y

Mando, Chris, and Leela help Segi see that being brown is snazzy when she becomes upset after reading a book about her favorite character.

The Recycling Fairy

28:55 | #4725 | TV-Y

Redusa the Recycling Fairy visits and helps everyone recycle their old trash into something new.

Bike Shop with a Beat

28:55 | #4717 | TV-Y

Nina and her friends make musical instruments out of bike parts to help them make music.

Twinkle Twinkle Little Elmo

28:46 | #4727 | TV-Y

Elmo doesn't give up and keeps practicing until he learns how to play the song "Twinkle Twinkle Little Star" on his piano.

Sheep in a Jet Pack

28:55 | #4721 | TV-Y

When Ovejita flies up after putting on a jetpack, Abby and Nina figure out how to get her back down.

Elmo and Rosita's Rainbow Search

28:55 | #4723 | TV-Y

Elmo sees a rainbow and goes to show it to Rosita but it disappears before she can see it.

Elmo Comes Clean

28:55 | #4710 | TV-Y

Elmo wants more time to play before his bath. Ernie explains that he can play in the bathtub too!

Counting Hats

28:55 | #4718 | TV-Y

Elmo and Zoe compete to see who can wear the most hats on their head.

Get Ready for Today

28:55 | #4713 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby help Crystal the Ball come up with a morning routine so she can be ready to go out and play.

House of Worm

28:55 | #4719 | TV-Y

Abby helps Frankie the worm build a place that feels like home.

Battle of the Chefs

28:55 | #4730 | TV-Y

Chris and Elmo help Alan compete in challenges to become the "Cast Iron Cook."

Painting with Cookie Monster

28:55 | #4714 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster learns how to control himself from eating his own paintings.

Big Birds Song

28:55 | #4712 | TV-Y

Abby and Elmo help Big Bird calm down so he won't be nervous singing on the show, The Squawk.

Halloween

28:55 | #4715 | TV-Y

Elmo is excited to wear his homemade Galactic Stan costume but becomes jealous of another boy's store-bought costume.

Dress Up

28:55 | #4707 | TV-Y

Abby and Elmo play dress up and pretend to be lots of different people, like bike repair assistants!

Norbert's Birthday

28:55 | #4709 | TV-Y

Rosita, Zoe, and Grover give Norbert the Robot a surprise birthday party to show how much they care about him.

Abby Helps Clear Things Up

28:55 | #4703 | TV-Y

Abby helps Prince Charming calm down so he doesn't feel anxious at the Eye Doctor's office.

Elmo's Sweet Ride

28:55 | #4706 | TV-Y

Elmo shares his scooter with Zoe and learns to be patient and wait for his turn while she practices.

Super Sitters

28:55 | #4704 | TV-Y

Grover and Cookie Monster help Chris babysit and learn how to take care of a baby.

Having a Ball

28:55 | #4705 | TV-Y

Saul the Ball can't play ball inside the house, so Elmo and Rosita help him use his imagination to play other games.

The Kindness Kid

28:55 | #4702 | TV-Y

The Kindness Kid (Zachary Levi) visits Sesame Street and Grover wants to be a Kindness Kid too. Chris helps Grover realize that just trying to help someone is actually being kind.

Snuffy's Dance

28:55 | #4708 | TV-Y

Zoe choreographs a ballet and the dancers have to work together to make Snuffy fly through the air.

Be Kind to Your Worm

28:46 | #4701 | TV-Y

Oscar participates in the Be Kind to Your Worm day activities because he knows it'll make his best friend Slimey happy.

A Very Cookie Mothers Day

28:55 | #4618 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster needs to learn how to control himself from eating a Mother's Day gift for his mom.

Abby's Fairy Garden

28:55 | #4611 | TV-Y

Before gardening, Abby and Elmo must play memory games to get a flower pot and seeds from a gnome.

Meet Julia

28:55 | #4635 | TV-Y

Big Bird meets a girl named Julia who has Autism and learns she does things a little differently.

What I Love About Art

28:55 | #4609 | TV-Y

Telly learns that by using his imagination and experimenting, he can make art many different ways.

Elmo & The Bookaneers

28:55 | #4626 | TV-Y

The Bookaneers, a band of book and reading-loving pirates led by Tina Fey, comes to Sesame Street!

Birdie & The Beast

28:55 | #4615 | TV-Y

Big Bird makes up a fairy tale about a bird named Birdie who helps a Beast learn how to be a good friend.

Camping Show

28:55 | #4617 | TV-Y

Elmo and Chris go camping in the woods near Sesame Street to relax and meet some new friends.

Music Magic

28:55 | #4623 | TV-Y

When Elmo uses Abby's magic wand, all anyone on Sesame Street can do is sing!

Hoopers Lockdown

28:55 | #4620 | TV-Y

Grover's new security gate system accidentally locks Chris out of Hooper's store!

Saved By Super Foods

28:55 | #4604 | TV-Y

The SuperFood Super Foods fly onto Sesame Street to help their friends try new, healthy foods.

Valentines Day

28:55 | #4606 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby make valentines for each other and learn about the importance of friendship.

Elmo Steps In for Super Grover

28:55 | #4612 | TV-Y

Elmo answers distress calls when Super Grover's new sidekick Horatio gets stuck in doorways.

The Good Sport

28:55 | #4631 | TV-Y

Elmo learns how to win and lose gracefully while playing Hot Potato with Abby.

Bye, Bye Pacifier

28:55 | #4627 | TV-Y

Elmo helps Curly Bear come to terms with giving up her binky.

Booboo Busters

28:55 | #4625 | TV-Y

Abby and Elmo are the Boo-Boo Busters - finding friends who need help making their boo-boos better.

Move It!

28:55 | #4619 | TV-Y

It's Move It Day on Sesame Street. Cookie Monster learns that exercising helps you feel better.

School for Chickens

28:55 | #4634 | TV-Y

Elmo helps Professor Buck Awe teach a class of chickens using strategies he learned in preschool.

Enthusiastic Penelope Penguin

28:55 | #4614 | TV-Y

Chris helps Penelope, an overly excited penguin, learn how to control herself and make new friends.

Roccos Playdate

28:55 | #4616 | TV-Y

Elmo and Zoe use arts and crafts to help make a "friend" for Zoe's pet rock, Rocco, to play with.

The Best Friend Band

28:55 | #4607 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby learn how to compromise and combine their two favorite songs, creating the Best Friend Song.

Mi Amiguita Rosita

28:55 | #4628 | TV-Y

Rosita is bothered by a story that doesn't resonate with her culture, so she writes her own book.

Say Thank You to Your Face Day

28:55 | #4610 | TV-Y

Elmo helps Abby, Grover, and Telly figure out how to say thank you to our nose, eyes, and mouth all at the same time.

Funny Farm

28:55 | #4605 | TV-Y

Elmo, Abby, and Alan help Grover think like a farm animal so he can throw the perfect party for farm animals.

Chicken Thunderstorms

28:55 | #4622 | TV-Y

Elmo, Abby, Chris and Leela help teach some chickens not to be afraid of thunderstorms

Grovers Street Safari

28:55 | #4603 | TV-Y

Grover takes Elmo and friends on a Sesame Street Safari and they pretend to be the wild animals they see.

Dress-Up Club

28:55 | #4629 | TV-Y

Prairie Dawn learns that it doesn't matter if you're a boy or girl, anyone can dress-up and play!

Elmo Steps In for Super Grover

28:55 | #4613 | TV-Y

Rosita helps Abby and Zoe think outside the "fairy tale" box as they make up a story together.

Dont Get Pushy

28:55 | #4633 | TV-Y

Telly becomes upset when Rosita pushes Baby Bear by accident because she is too excited.

To The Moon Elmo

28:55 | #4621 | TV-Y

Rosita, Elmo, and Abby pretend to be astronauts and use their imagination to go into space.

Abby Makes The Seasons Change

28:55 | #4624 | TV-Y

Abby makes the seasons change on Sesame Street. Cookie Monster's Smart Cookies are featured.

Afraid of the Bark

28:55 | #4630 | TV-Y

Zoe is rattled when Barkley playfully picks up her pet rock, Rocco, in his mouth. Elmo and others help Zoe get over her fear.

When Dinosaurs Walked Sesame

28:55 | #4608 | TV-Y

Elmo, Chris, and their friends on Sesame Street dress up as dinosaurs and learn more about them.

Mucko Polo, Grouch Explorer

28:55 | #4602 | TV-Y

Mucko Polo Elmo, Abby, and Oscar use their five senses to find the grouchiest things on Sesame Street.

Sesame Ocean

28:55 | #4632 | TV-Y

Abby turns Sesame Street into a magical ocean. When Dorothy disappears Elmo looks for her.

Bedtime Story

28:55 | #4601 | TV-Y

Abby learns how to change her bedtime routine to help her calm down before bedtime.

The Camouflage Challenge

28:46 | #4594 | TV-Y

Elmo and Rosita learn about blending in from Camouflage Carla.

Good Vibrations

28:46 | #4588 | TV-Y

Abby wants to join Bob's music class and learns all about how sound is made with Bob and Grover.

Getting Centered

28:46 | #4593 | TV-Y

Telly practices balancing his weight during yoga class.

Bubblefest

28:46 | #4592 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby test bubble mixtures and learn a bubble has the colors of the rainbow.

Wild Nature Survivor Guy

28:46 | #4591 | TV-Y

Elmo and Rosita learn that nature is all around them from Wild Nature Survivor Guy.

Elmo Finds A Baby Bird

28:46 | #4590 | TV-Y

Elmo and Rosita help to care for a baby bird.

Bert's Pigeon Search

28:46 | #4589 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby use their powers of observation to help Bert find a pigeon.

Leela's Cell Phone Addiction

28:46 | #4574 | TV-Y

Zoe and Abby get frustrated with Leela's constant texting.

The Wild Brunch

28:46 | #4578 | TV-Y

Snuffy helps out at Hooper's store when zoo animals come for brunch.

The Rainbow Show

28:46 | #4587 | TV-Y

Elmo tries to make a rainbow appear and learns about colors.

Twins Day

28:46 | #4586 | TV-Y

Abby and Zoe pretend to be twins and try to act and dress alike.

The Ironing Monster

28:46 | #4585 | TV-Y

Super Grover comes to the rescue at the laundromat.

Help-O-Bots

28:46 | #4584 | TV-Y

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

Fetch The Letter I

28:46 | #4583 | TV-Y

Telly and Elmo think of words that start with the letter "I".

Baby Bear Is Afraid of Bees

28:46 | #4582 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Chris learn that bees make wax and honey and help things grow.

The Cookie Tree

28:46 | #4581 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster learns that cookies don't grow on trees, but apples do.

Still Life with Cookie

28:46 | #4580 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster learns how to control himself from eating his own paintings.

Pogo Games

28:46 | #4579 | TV-Y

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

Judy and the Beast

28:46 | #4577 | TV-Y

Judy needs to find the perfect, unique beast for her story.

Princess Show

28:46 | #4575 | TV-Y

Abby, Rosita and a penguin play princess and show the prince they don't need to be rescued.

Tribute to Number 7

28:46 | #4576 | TV-Y

Rosita, Abby, and Zoe celebrate the number seven.

Big Bird's Nest Sale

28:46 | #4573 | TV-Y

Snuffy helps Big Bird with his nest sale, but accidentally sells Big Bird's teddy bear, Radar.

Bears Try to Hibernate

28:46 | #4572 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and his family try to find the best spot to hibernate for the winter.

Cowmonster Pair

28:46 | #4571 | TV-Y

Elmo and Telly learn about animal tracks while helping Little Bo Peep find her cow.

Elmo and the Monarch Butterfly

28:46 | #4570 | TV-Y

Elmo and Telly learn how a caterpillar turns into a butterfly through metamorphosis.

A Prince of a Frog

28:46 | #4569 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby learn that frogs are amphibians while helping a princess turn one into a prince.

The Good Bird's Club

28:46 | #4568 | TV-Y

Big Bird feels bad about himself after being teased, but Abby reminds him he is special.

The Wedding Planner

28:46 | #4567 | TV-Y

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

Finishing The Splat

28:46 | #4566 | TV-Y

Oscar tries to paint a grouchy painting that will make everyone on Sesame Street angry.

Rosita's Abuela Arrives

28:46 | #4565 | TV-Y

Rosita's Spanish-speaking grandmother visits Sesame Street.

A Song for the Letter G

28:46 | #4564 | TV-Y

Elmo and Rosita come up with a grand song for the letter "G."

Simon Says

28:46 | #4563 | TV-Y

Telly has to practice paying attention and listening to prepare for a Simon Says competition.

Figure It Out Baby

28:46 | #4562 | TV-Y

Alan and Telly build music equipment to help their favorite singer play a concert on Sesame Street.

Practice Makes Proud

28:46 | #4561 | TV-Y

Elmo discovers that pride comes with hard work and patience.

Failure to Launch

28:46 | #4560 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Telly design and build a launcher for Hubert the Human Cannonball.

Everyday Magic

58:46 | #4526 | TV-Y

Telly and Abby discover the 'magic' of using everyday objects as tools to help solve problems.

Grover Does It All

58:46 | #4525 | TV-Y

Mando helps Grover slow down and focus when he tries too many activities at the same time.

Abby Schools In Cool

58:46 | #4524 | TV-Y

Mando and Abby help Rosita, Elmo, and Telly see the value of being themselves.

Upside-Down Nursery Rhymes

58:46 | #4523 | TV-Y

Mother Goose rewrites some of her famous rhymes to help her characters work through their feelings.

Jack B. Nimble Can't Sit Down

58:46 | #4522 | TV-Y

Chris and Elmo help Jack B. Nimble stay in his seat and pay attention so they can watch a movie.

Papa Bear Goes to Preschool

58:46 | #4521 | TV-Y

Papa Bear learns that school rules are different from rules at home when he volunteers at preschool.

Berts Sign Painting Challenge

58:46 | #4520 | TV-Y

Chris helps Bert calm down as he struggles to pass Vincent Van Stop's sign painting test.

Chaos at Hoopers Store

58:46 | #4519 | TV-Y

Alan and Telly use math to find out how to take care of The Old Lady Who Lives in a Shoe's 12 kids.

Friendship Day

58:46 | #4518 | TV-Y

Zoe learns to be careful with the words she uses after hurting Elmo's feelings over their dance.

Elmo The Grouch

58:46 | #4517 | TV-Y

When Elmo doesn't feel like himself, Oscar tries to convince him that he's turning into a Grouch. But Chris helps explain that everyone can have different types of feelings and those feelings come and go.

Oscar's Clean Tuxedo

58:46 | #4516 | TV-Y

Leela and Elmo remember and recreate three of the yuckiest stains on Oscar's tuxedo.

Stinkys First Day of Preschool

58:46 | #4515 | TV-Y

Stinky is anxious about Chris leaving him at preschool. Stinky learns strategies to calm down.

Oscar's Trash Savings Plan

58:46 | #4514 | TV-Y

Oscar learns to resist spending his trash and save it for a special grouch instrument.

Music Magic

58:46 | #4539 | TV-Y

Elmo makes everyone on Sesame Street sing with a wave of Abby's magic wand.

Waiting for the Present

58:46 | #4513 | TV-Y

Rosita needs to learn how to control herself and wait to open her present from Elmo.

The Good Sport

58:46 | #4528 | TV-Y

When Elmo takes a game of Hot Potato too seriously, he hurts Abby's feelings.

Trashgiving Day Parade

58:46 | #4536 | TV-Y

Oscar oversees the Trashgiving Day Parade, which needs to be awful in order to placate his boss, Mr. Disgracey.

Big Bird Loses His Nest

58:46 | #4512 | TV-Y

Chris encourages Big Bird to speak up and express how he feels when Minnie Mynah takes his nest.

Veggies Revolt

58:46 | #4543 | TV-Y

Vegetables protest Telly's lettuce-free tuna sandwich, Zoe's leftover broccoli, and Cookie Monster's preference for cookies.

Peter Pipers Purpose

58:46 | #4511 | TV-Y

Telly helps Alan pick pickled peppers. Peter Piper tries to find something more pizzazzier to do.

Calm Down and Think, Elmo

58:46 | #4510 | TV-Y

Alan helps Elmo calm down and think so he can answer questions in order to win a new bicycle horn.

Inspected By 4

58:46 | #4551 | TV-Y

Leela, Telly, and Elmo are folding clothes in the laundromat when Inspector 4 comes along inspecting for things in groups of four.

Build A Better Basket

58:46 | #4533 | TV-Y

Alan, Rosita, and Elmo put together a basket filled with goodies for Little Red Riding Hood to take to her grandmother's house, but she's concerned that it may not be strong enough to stand up to the Big Bad Wolf.

Dirtballs

58:46 | #4544 | TV-Y

Oscar and two other grouches set out to dirty the clean neighborhood, but their attempts backfire.

Shape-O-Bots

58:46 | #4546 | TV-Y

While playing Shape-O-Bots, Telly, Elmo, and Rosita help Andy Samberg (Saturday Night Live), who needs an octagon, a pentagon, and a rhombus.

If Me Had That Wand

58:46 | #4509 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster is tempted to take Abby's wand so he can use it to make different kinds of cookies.

The Biggest Lose

58:46 | #4550 | TV-Y

Gordon can't read the new Furry Potter book to Telly because he lost his glasses. In other events, Rico Rodriguez explains "magnify"; it's opposite day at Abby's Flying Fairy School; Bert and Ernie are magicians; Murray experiments with furniture; and Elmo's World focuses on cats.

The Furry Four

58:46 | #4538 | TV-Y

Telly, Abby, and Elmo want to pretend to be the superheros in "The Furry Four," Telly's favorite comic book, but need someone to be the fourth member of the group.

Cast Iron Cooks

58:46 | #4548 | TV-Y

Jason Schwartzman appears in an "Iron Chef" spoof that finds Alan, Chris, and Elmo competing in a cooking contest. Amy Adams explains what an ingredient is.

Where's Itsy Spider

58:46 | #4540 | TV-Y

Elmo, Telly, and Rosita search for Itsy Bitsy Spider in order to sing "Itsy Bitsy Spider" to her. Along the way, they meet a beetle and a grasshopper. When they finally find her, they discover she's waiting for her egg sac to hatch.

Sesame-O-Saurus

58:46 | #4532 | TV-Y

Grover, Elmo, and Rosita pretend that they're paleontologists, but fail to find any fossils.

Porridge Art

58:46 | #4537 | TV-Y

Baby Bear enters a porridge art contest that's being held by his favorite porridge brand.

Lifting Snuffy

58:46 | #4535 | TV-Y

Snuffy is looking forward to being lifted into the air during a dance that was choreographed by Zoe, but he's too heavy for his partner to lift.

Rocco's Boat

58:46 | #4545 | TV-Y

Zoe, Elmo, and Leela build a boat for Zoe's pet rock Rocco so he can enjoy the water in a washtub without sinking to the bottom.

Best House of the Year

58:46 | #4534 | TV-Y

The Three Little Pigs build a house for the "Best House of the Year" contest, but it can't stand up to the Big Bad Wolf's huffing and puffing. With Leela's and Elmo's help, however, they design a new home that can withstand the wolf's powerful lungs.

Earnie's Dance Video

58:46 | #4508 | TV-Y

Ernie changes his plan of making a dance video when new steps are added.

Latinization of Marco

58:46 | #4547 | TV-Y

Rosita helps Gina teach Spanish to Gina's son Marco, who was born in Guatemala.

Bicycle Built By Two

58:46 | #4507 | TV-Y

Luis and Telly follow a diagram of a bicycle and build the perfect-sized bicycle for Little Chicken.

Rakhi Road

58:46 | #4541 | TV-Y

Leela, who's been making bracelets to celebrate the Indian holiday Rakhi, waits for a special present from her brother in India. Meanwhile, Chris and Elmo decide to throw a Rakhi party for her since she's feeling homesick.

Fifteen's Quinceanera

58:46 | #4506 | TV-Y

Abby and Zoe learn how to compromise and give Number 15 the best quinceanera ever.

Hansel & Gretel Playdate

58:46 | #4529 | TV-Y

Hansel and Gretel are afraid they'll forget how to return to the subway station when the visit Big Bird, so they leave a trail of cookie crumbs.

Elmozilla

58:46 | #4549 | TV-Y

Abby casts a spell that causes Elmo to grow taller than the buildings; Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints is on hand to explain measure; Grover uses his powers of observation; and Murray experiments with a skateboard.

Me Am What I Am

58:46 | #4531 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster becomes known as the Veggie Monster after he eats several carrots.

Baby Bear Comes Clean

58:46 | #4530 | TV-Y

Baby Bear is all dressed up and ready to visit Granny when a chance encounter with Telly and a bright purple ice cream cone cause a laundry disaster!

Puddle Jumping

58:46 | #4542 | TV-Y

On a rainy day, Elmo waits for puddles to form so that he can splash in them. He pretends to shower with Baby Bear; watches Stinky drink the rain; and meets Cookie Monster, who pretends the rain drops are cookies.

Get Lost Mr. Chips

58:46 | #4527 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster tries to become a member of the Cookie Connoisseur's Club.

Enthusiastic Penelope

58:46 | #4505 | TV-Y

Chris helps Penelope, an overly excited penguin, learn how to control herself and make new friends.

Numeric-Con

58:46 | #4504 | TV-Y

Fiverine, The Dark Nine, Doctor Two, Cap-ten Kirk, and more help Elmo solve problems using math.

Proud to Be Me

58:46 | #4503 | TV-Y

Mando, Chris, and Leela help Segi see that being brown is snazzy when she becomes upset after reading a book about her favorite character.

Bert's Training Wheels

58:46 | #4502 | TV-Y

Luis and Ernie help Bert gain the confidence to ride his bike without training wheels after they break.

School for Chickens

58:46 | #4501 | TV-Y

Elmo helps Professor Buck Awe teach a class of chickens using strategies he learned in preschool.

Every Plant That Ever Was

58:46 | #4426 | TV-Y

Stinky thinks that he must not be a plant when he is excluded from the book, Every Plant that Ever Was. The author of the book, Dr. Rosenbloom, visits Sesame Street to investigate if Stinky really is a plant.

Lights, Camera, Bert

58:46 | #4425 | TV-Y

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

The Wedding Planner

58:46 | #4424 | TV-Y

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

Pogo Game

58:46 | #4421 | TV-Y

Telly trains with a famous pogo coach to help him win at the Pogo Games. He learns that he just needs to believe in himself to do his best.

Jack's Big Jump

58:46 | #4422 | TV-Y

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

3 Cheers for Us

58:46 | #4420 | TV-Y

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

Baby Bear Hates Tee Ball

58:46 | #4423 | TV-Y

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

Judy & The Beast

58:46 | #4419 | TV-Y

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

The Princess Story

58:46 | #4418 | TV-Y

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

Grandparent's Celebration

58:46 | #4417 | TV-Y

Elmo is disappointed his grandparents will miss the Grandparents Celebration but feels better after spending time with Baby Bear and Rosita's grandparents.

Baby Bear's New Sitter

58:46 | #4416 | TV-Y

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

Rosita's Abuela

58:46 | #4415 | TV-Y

Maria helps Rosita deal with her feelings about speaking Spanish around her friends and having to always translate for her Abuela.

The Wild Brunch

58:46 | #4414 | TV-Y

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

Big Bird Nest Sale

58:46 | #4413 | TV-Y

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

Gotcha!

58:46 | #4412 | TV-Y

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

Count Tribute

58:46 | #4411 | TV-Y

The Count is running late to accept his Noble Prize for Counting. His friends on Sesame Street try to stall the judges by pretending to be him and solving a counting problem.

Firefly Show

58:46 | #4410 | TV-Y

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

Leela's Cell Phone Addiction

58:46 | #4409 | TV-Y

Zoe and Abby get frustrated with Leela's constant texting. Chris helps them realize that they need to tell Leela how they feel and apologize for hiding her phone.

Me Amigita Rosita

58:46 | #4408 | TV-Y

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

Still Life with Cookie

58:46 | #4407 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster learns how to control himself from eating his own paintings.

Help-O-Bots

58:46 | #4406 | TV-Y

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

Simon Says

58:46 | #4405 | TV-Y

Telly practices paying attention and controlling himself to prepare for a Simon Says Competition.

Latino Festival

58:46 | #4404 | TV-Y

A street festival on Sesame Street is celebrating Spanish culture and language.

The Flower Show

58:46 | #4403 | TV-Y

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

Don't Get Push

58:46 | #4402 | TV-Y

Rosita pushes Baby Bear while they are playing school. Telly explains that it was not okay for her to push Baby Bear. Rosita helps Baby Bear back up and apologizes.

Telly Gets Jealous

58:46 | #4401 | TV-Y

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

Great Vibrations

58:46 | #4326 | TV-Y

Bob offers to teach Abby how to play music, but first she needs to choose an instrument. Grover appears carrying a small salesman suitcase filled with different instruments.

Porridge Art

58:46 | #4325 | TV-Y

Baby Bear enters a Porridge Art Contest held by his favorite porridge brand Quaker Porridge, where contestants create edible art of the Quaker Duck Man that's made of porridge.

Trashgiving Day Parade

58:46 | #4324 | TV-Y

Oscar is in charge of running the parade for Trashgiving Day, the grouchiest holiday of the year. The parade begins with the marching band, but the music they are playing sounds too good.

Max The Magician

58:46 | #4323 | TV-Y

Everyone is excited to see some real magic when Max the Magician magically appears on Sesame Street. Max takes one scarf out of his pocket and puts it with two other scarves to make three scarves - what was two has become three.

Rocco's Playdate

58:46 | #4322 | TV-Y

Elmo volunteers to find a friend who is round so Rocco, Zoe's pet rock, can have his own play date. Elmo brings in a balloon but Rocco wants a friend with a face and hair.

Lifting Snuffy

58:46 | #4321 | TV-Y

Zoe choreographs a special dance, "The Dance of the Six Swans," for her friends to perform. She asks everyone to pair up for the 'lift' part of the dance, but they're missing one person, so they ask Alan to join the dancers.

Fairy Tale Science Fair

58:46 | #4320 | TV-Y

Fairy tale characters solve problems with science at the Sesame Street Fairy Tale Science Fair.

The Best House of the Year

58:46 | #4319 | TV-Y

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

Build A Better Basket

58:46 | #4318 | TV-Y

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

Figure It Out Baby

58:46 | #4317 | TV-Y

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

Finishing The Splat

58:46 | #4316 | TV-Y

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

Thinks Oscar Is A Prince

58:46 | #4315 | TV-Y

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

Sesame Street-O-Saurus

58:46 | #4314 | TV-Y

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

The Very End of X

58:46 | #4313 | TV-Y

Big Bird and Snuffy are the hosts of "The Letter of the Day Show," but the letter they were supposed to introduce and sing about is broken into two straight pieces.

Hat Contest

58:46 | #4312 | TV-Y

It's "Who Can Wear the Most Hats on Their Head Day" and Elmo and Zoe are playing against each other, while Chris and Alan help add more hats. The Hat Check Girl is also there to help count the total number of hats on each of Elmo and Zoe's heads.

Telly The Tiebreaker

58:46 | #4311 | TV-Y

Elmo, Zoe, Rosita and friends are making a beautiful block house, but can't agree whether to put a square or circle on top. Alan helps them solve the problem by having them raise their hands for the one they like best.

Afraid of the Bark

58:46 | #4310 | TV-Y

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

Practice Makes Proud

58:46 | #4309 | TV-Y

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

Don't Wake The Baby

58:46 | #4308 | TV-Y

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

Brandeis Is Looking for a Job

58:46 | #4307 | TV-Y

Brandeis, a yellow Labrador Retriever, is looking for a job on Sesame Street and becomes a service dog!

A Song for the Letter G

58:46 | #4306 | TV-Y

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

Me Am What Me Am

58:46 | #4305 | TV-Y

A very hungry Cookie Monster is waiting for Chris to finish baking cookies, but it's hard for him to wait! Chris offers Cookie Monster carrots to eat in the meantime, and he gobbles them all up.

Baby Bear Comes Clean

58:46 | #4304 | TV-Y

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

Hansel & Gretel's Playdate with Big Bird

58:46 | #4303 | TV-Y

Hansel and Gretel come to Sesame Street for a play date with Big Bird and try to leave a trail back to the subway station.

The Good Sport

58:46 | #4302

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

Get Lost, Mr. Chips

58:46 | #4301 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster tries to control himself when the exclusive Cookie Connoisseurs Club makes a visit.

Elmo Wants to Have A Ball

58:46 | #4282 | TV-Y

Elmo's daddy has given him a dollar and he is not sure what to buy. He sees lots of things that are interesting, but decides that he wants a Stupendous Ball. The only problem is that it costs five dollars. He asks Luis how people get money, and Luis explains that people usually work to get money.

Furry Potter

58:46 | #4281 | TV-Y

It seems that everyone on Sesame Street is excitedly reading the new Furry Potter book. Telly has it too, and can't wait to find Gordon so he can read it to him. He finds Gordon grading papers outside Hooper's Store and anxiously asks him to read the book. Gordon agrees, but cannot find his glasses.

Rhyming Block

58:46 | #4280 | TV-Y

Mother Goose is visiting Sesame Street and needs to write three new nursery rhymes by the end of the day, but she fears she has become a rusty rhymer. Elmo and Abby say they are great rhymers, and they offer to help.

What's In Big Bird's Nest

58:46 | #4279 | TV-Y

Big Bird is very excited to go to sleep in the new pajamas that his Granny Bird gave him. Gordon goes to tuck him in and say goodnight, but as he is walking away, Big Bird complains that there is something bothering him in his nest. When Gordon checks his nest, he finds a truck hidden inside.

Jack Grows His Own Beanstalk

58:46 | #4300 | TV-Y

Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk tells Leela and Telly he has a problem. He only has a cow, but he needs a beanstalk! He knows he's supposed to trade the cow for something but doesn't know what. Leela gives him a clue - he needs to find something that grows in the ground.

Inspected By 4

58:46 | #4296 | TV-Y

Leela, Telly and Elmo are folding clothes in the Laundromat when Inspector 4, Judah Friedlander, comes along to inspect for things that are in groups of four. Inspector 4 can't find four of anything and threatens to shut down the Laundromat!

The All Our Senses Club

58:46 | #4278 | TV-Y

Telly, Elmo, and Rosita have formed the Excellent Eyes Club so they can use their eyes to help people on Sesame Street.

A Prince of a Frog

58:46 | #4273 | TV-Y

There is a princess in distress on Sesame Street! She cannot meet her prince without kissing a frog, but the frog keeps hopping away! Elmo and Abby try to help by learning a little more about frogs on Alan's computer.

Squirmadega Car Race

58:46 | #4299 | TV-Y

Slimey is practicing for the Squirmadega Car Race. He zooms forward, backward, and around and around on the counter of Mr. Hopper's store. Elmo excitedly gets ready to watch Slimey in the worm car race. Elmo is Slimey's biggest fan and cheerleader!

Falling Leaves

58:46 | #4277 | TV-Y

It is a windy autumn day on Sesame Street, and Chris, Elmo, and Rosita hear Stinky calling from underneath a pile of leaves. They dig him out but he says that it will just happen again since he gets covered with leaves every single day. Rosita suggests that they try to figure out which tree the leaves are coming from by taking a leaf that fell on Stinky and comparing it to leaves on some of the surrounding trees to find a match.

The Flood

58:46 | #4276 | TV-Y

Gordon and Susan are getting ready to go to sleep after a long day when they suddenly hear water gushing. When they look out the window, they see Ernie and Bert float by on their beds. While Susan rushes off to tell Maria and Luis about the flood, Gordon brings Bert and Ernie inside their apartment.

Super Maria

58:46 | #4275 | TV-Y

Gordon is busy trying to fix lots of things at 123 Sesame Street. Susan tells him that he should think about getting a superintendent - someone who takes care of buildings and fixes things that are broken. Gordon insists that he doesn't need any help.

Jack's Big Jump

58:46 | #4297 | TV-Y

Jack Be Nimble is getting ready for his big jump over eight candlesticks! He tries to jump over them, but instead he knocks them over and falls. Jack runs away and hides. He messed up and now is having trouble jumping. Baby Bear and Telly find someone to help him - a kangaroo!

Elmozilla

58:46 | #4274 | TV-Y

Baby Bear, Elmo, Telly, and Abby gather around a growth chart as Chris measures them and marks their height. Everyone has their own color lines on the chart, and can see how they've grown over time. When it's Elmo's turn, he sees that he grew only a little bit. He is not happy; he wants to be taller right now!

Wing in a Sling

58:46 | #4298 | TV-Y

Big Bird is happily roller skating when he crashes and fall down! Chris runs over to help Big Bird who has injured his wing. Chris suggests they visit Dr. Berger so she can take a look, while the Count offers to watch Hooper's store until Chris and Big Bird get back. Big Bird is nervous when they visit Dr. Berger's office. What if it hurts?

Getting Centered

58:46 | #4272 | TV-Y

Leela is finishing teaching an early morning yoga class by demonstrating her version of The Flamingo Pose when Telly comes by. She explains to him that yoga is a special kind of exercise from India and all the breathing and stretching feels great. Telly is upset that he missed the class, but Rosita and Elmo offer to teach him what they learned.

Cast Iron Cooks

58:46 | #4271 | TV-Y

Just as Alan finishes packing Elmo's lunch, the lights go down, the music goes up, and Superchef pops up and announces that Alan has been chosen as the next challenger on Cast Iron Cooks. Alan is not even sure what that is, but Chris and Elmo are excited to be his assistants.

Frankly It's A Habitat

58:46 | #4295 | TV-Y

Freddy Flapman from Flychert Real Estate tries to convince Big Bird to migrate somewhere warm.

Letter R Mystery

58:46 | #4270 | TV-Y

Detective Alfie Betts is on vacation at Sesame Street and is enjoying a plate of raisin raspberry ravioli when Telly rushes in very upset because his robot and remote are missing. Then Leela enters looking for her rake and roses. When the raisin raspberry ravioli disappears, too, Detective Alfie Betts decides it's time to investigate to find out why things keep going missing.

Amphibian Show

58:46 | #4294 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby are resting when suddenly it's time to play the game show, "Find that Amphibian." Elmo and Abby must find an amphibian before the game show's tadpole turns into a frog. They don't know what an amphibian is, but the announcer gives them a clue - an animal that starts out living in water.

Siblings

58:46 | #4269 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Curly Bear are coloring and start to fight over the crayons. Chris and Christy ask what is going on, and Baby Bear tells them that Curly is aggravating him, and he does not want to share with her. Chris and Christy explain to Baby Bear that sometimes it is hard to share with a sibling.

Camping Show

58:46 | #4293 | TV-Y

Chris and Elmo are excited to be camping in the woods! They unpack their camping supplies and take out two sleeping bags and two canteens. Next, they take out four hotdogs and marshmallows. Suddenly, a beaver emerges from the woods. Elmo asks Chris if the beaver can stay for dinner. The beaver explains that he doesn't eat hot dogs and marshmallows but likes to eat bark.

Abby Has The Sparkle Fairy Freckles

58:46 | #4292 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby are playing tag. Suddenly, Abby's freckles start sparkling! Abby calls the Fairy Doctor who looks at Abby's freckles. Abby has a case of the Sparkle Speckle Fairy Freckles! This is where freckles sparkle and glow, and eventually fall off. The Fairy Doctor tells Abby the magic words to get the freckles back.

Princess Show

58:46 | #4291 | TV-Y

Abby, Rosita, and a penguin are going to play princesses. First, they decide to dance. Rosita leaps high into the air. Abby leaps even higher. The penguin takes a running start and leaps so high she lands on a balcony and can't get down! Suddenly, a prince enters and offers to rescue the penguin.

Elmo and the Monarch Butterfly

58:46 | #4268 | TV-Y

Elmo and Telly are reading the book Fascinating Facts About Insects. When a butterfly flutters in, they wonder where his friends are and worry that he is lonely. Elmo decides to pretend to be a butterfly so he will have a friend, but the butterfly won't come over to Elmo.

Tribute to Number Seven

58:46 | #4290 | TV-Y

Today is the number seven day on Sesame Street! Rosita, Abby, and Zoe begin singing about the number seven as they count seven dancing chickens. Next, Maria does the number seven rumba. As the seven celebration continues, a sniffling letter "S" arrives. He is sad because he can't think of anything to do to help celebrate the number seven. Abby and Zoe get an idea! What if the letter "S" finds seven words that begin with the letter "S."

Wild Nature Survivor Guy

58:46 | #4289 | TV-Y

Wild Nature Survivor Guy is accustomed to surviving in the wilds of nature and thinks he needs to "survive" on Sesame Street. Elmo and Rosita are confused. He is not alone and he's not in the middle of nature, but he is convinced nature is all around them!

Baby Bear's Baby Doll

58:46 | #4267 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Curly Bear are happily playing with dolls. Telly comes along and wants to show Baby Bear his new bulldozer, and Baby Bear quickly hides his doll behind his back and says that it is Curly's. Baby Bear explains to Gordon that he doesn't want Telly to know how much he loves his doll, since dolls are for girls.

Stinky's Annual Birthday Flower

58:46 | #4288 | TV-Y

Elmo and Zoe are coloring when they find out its Stinky the plant's birthday. Zoe and Elmo decide to get him a present. Elmo surprises Stinky by giving him a drum, but plants can't hold drumsticks. Zoe has an idea! What about a lovely tutu? Zoe surprises Stinky with a tutu to wear when he dances. Stinky tries to dance, but is unable to, as he is a plant in a pot!

Big Bad Wolf Huffs and Puffs Slimey

58:46 | #4266 | TV-Y

Oscar is getting ready to take Slimey to the mud hole, but ducks down to get his hiking boot. Just then, the Three Little Pigs run by with the Big Bad Wolf chasing them. They get away, so instead of huffing and puffing at them, the wolf decides to huff and puff at Slimey. Slimey goes flying through the air and lands in Snuffy's lunch.

The Good Bird's Club

58:46 | #4265 | TV-Y

Big Bird receives an invitation to join the Good Birds Club. When Big Bird meets the president of the club, he ridicules Big Bird because of his physical appearance. Big Bird, feeling rejected, asks Abby to cast a spell to change his appearance in hopes of being accepted into the club. Abby and Elmo attempt to convince Big Bird that he is perfect the way he is, but he is determined to alter his physical attributes.

The Rainbow Show

58:46 | #4287 | TV-Y

Elmo is drawing when he looks up in the sky and sees a rainbow! Wow! Elmo rushes to show everybody, but when Rosita arrives, the rainbow has disappeared. Elmo asks Leela if there is something he can do to bring the rainbow back. Leela offers to draw a picture of a rainbow.

Goodbye Pacifier

58:46 | #4264 | TV-Y

Curly Bear is unsure about giving up her binky, so Elmo tries to help. He remembers when he had a binky and how hard it was for him to say goodbye to it too.

Baby Bear Is Afraid of Bees

58:46 | #4286 | TV-Y

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

Humpty Dumpty's Big Break

58:46 | #4263 | TV-Y

Telly is very worried about Humpty Dumpty falling off the wall, but Humpty explains that he is there to watch a football game. Just as the game is about to start, one of All the King's Horses comes limping in and says he can't play. It's Humpty's dream to play football, so he offers to replace him, but Telly is very worried that Humpty will break.

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary

58:46 | #4285 | TV-Y

Mary Mary Quite Contrary walks along Sesame Street and dumps a pile of dirt outside Oscar's trashcan. Gordon explains that she can not leave the dirt, she is making a mess! Mary Mary insists that she is going to grow a garden with silver bells and cockle shells. Gordon tries to tell her that silver bells and cockleshells aren't alive. Gardens need to have things growing in them, like vegetables, fruits, or flowers.

Abby's Tricycle

58:46 | #4284 | TV-Y

Abby is preparing to ride her very first tricycle! She has her basket, helmet, and her friend Elmo, but Abby doesn't know how to ride a tricycle. Elmo suggests that Gordon teach Abby since Gordon was the one to teach him.

The Latinization of Marco

58:46 | #4262 | TV-Y

Gina reads a book to Marco about the Spanish names for animals. Rosita asks what she is doing and Gina explains that since Marco was born in Guatemala where people speak Spanish, she would like him to learn Spanish too. Rosita explains that there is so much more to learn and dashes off to get her guitar.

Cowmonster Pair

58:46 | #4283 | TV-Y

Elmo and Telly are at Hooper's store when Little Bo Peep comes looking for her cow. Elmo and Telly offer to help her and decide to call themselves the Cowmonster Pair! Luis comes along and sings about animal tracks. Now Elmo and Telly have their first clue! They find animal tracks on the ground, but when Telly tosses his lasso around an animal, it's a chicken, not a cow!

The Shape O' Bots

58:46 | #4261 | TV-Y

Telly, Elmo, and Rosita are playing Shape-O-Bots, robots that actually transform into shapes to help people. Andy, a guy in need of shapes, rushes in and explains that he needs an octagon to help stop people from crashing into him.

Observe, Record, Annoy

58:46 | #4260 | TV-Y

Oscar is taking a computer class in Grouchology where the golden rule is to observe, record, and annoy. The first question that he must investigate is "What do worms like to squirm on best?" Professor Messla tells him he must set up an experiment where he observes (watches closely and carefully), records (writes down what he discovers), and annoy someone while he is doing it.

The Bubblefest

58:46 | #4259 | TV-Y

It's Bubblefest on Sesame Street and Alan and Chris are the leaders of the festivities. Telly is excited since he has never blown a bubble before. Everyone starts blowing bubbles but when Telly gives it a try, he blows way too hard and is unable to make a bubble.

Rocco's Boat

58:46 | #4258 | TV-Y

Elmo is playing with his doll, Baby David, in a large washtub when Zoe comes by and asks if Rocco, her pet rock, can swim too. Elmo reluctantly agrees. When Zoe puts Rocco in the water, he immediately sinks to the bottom. Leela explains to her that not all rocks float, some sink.

Failure to Launch

58:46 | #4257 | TV-Y

Hubert the Human Cannonball wants to be launched out of a cannon, across the yard, and into a bucket of blue gelatin. He measures exactly five feet from the cannon but he only goes zero feet. Elmo, Telly, and Baby Bear come up with other ways to launch Hubert five feet to the bucket of gelatin.

Annual Triangle Toss

58:46 | #4256 | TV-Y

Telly is getting ready for the Triangle Lovers' Annual Triangle Toss! It's a game where each player throws three triangles and tries to get them to land on the stick. Telly plays it every year and wins, all thanks to his lucky triangle vest. Only this year, he discovers that his vest is too small. Telly gets Baby Bear and Leela to help him squeeze into it, but just as Telly is about to throw his first triangle, the vest rips!

The Help-o-bots

58:46 | #4255 | TV-Y

Chris reads Elmo, Telly, and Rosita the story of "Rico, The Very Helpful Robot!" After hearing the story, Elmo, Telly, and Rosita decide to become robots to help Chris at Hooper's store. They call themselves the Help-O-Bots. At first they are a really big help but then they start going faster and faster and end up making more of a mess for Chris to clean up.

The Cookie Touch

58:46 | #4254 | TV-Y

Chris gives Cookie Monster the last cookie in Hooper's store and tells him that there will be more tomorrow. Cookie Monster wishes he never had to wait for a cookie again. Just then his Fairy Cookie Person appears and gives him "The Cookie Touch". Everything he touches will turn into a cookie. Cookie Monster starts touching and eating everything in sight. He even wants to share his happiness with his friends - cookies for everyone!

Abby Tries and Tries Again

58:46 | #4238 | TV-Y

Leela is closing the Laundromat early because she and Chris are going to a party in the neighborhood. Abby appears and wants to help Leela get dressed. She uses rhyme and magic but Leela accidentally gets transformed into a pirate and then into a football player. After Abby says a rhyme that's really clear about exactly what she wants Leela to wear, Leela is dressed as a princess with a ball gown, glass slippers and a tiara. Abby decides to give Leela party hair, too, so she recites another rhyming spell. Now her hair tricks aren't working, either. Leela reminds Abby that she just has to be really clear in her rhyme about what she wants. It works!

Grouchy Mother's Day

58:46 | #4237 | TV-Y

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

Dirtballs

58:46 | #4236 | TV-Y

Oscar decides he's going to mess up Sesame Street. He changes into his uniform and starts a new company with two other Grouches, Hiram and Burt. Their new company, Dirtballs, specializes in dirt and is going to transform Sesame Street from one of the cleanest streets into one of the dirtiest. Their first stop is the garden. With a blow of Oscar's whistle, the group dumps dirt all over. Luis is happy because they just ran out of dirt for planting! He explains to Oscar that soil has nutrients that help plants grow.

Zoe Loves Rocco

58:46 | #4235 | TV-Y

Zoe is hanging out with her pet rock, Rocco, when Alan stops by and sings Rocco's favorite song, "Rocco and Roll." Zoe leaves to get Rocco's hat, and asks Elmo, who's playing astronaut with Baby David nearby, to watch Rocco while she's gone. As Elmo plays with David, a flying disc knocks Rocco to the ground. Then a girl walks by and accidentally kicks Rocco. Elmo is so busy playing with Baby David that he doesn't pay attention to what has happened. When Zoe returns, she realizes that Rocco has disappeared!

Rock, Rock Band

58:46 | #4234 | TV-Y

Vergil Von Vivaldi has come to Sesame Street to start a rock band made completely of rocks! Vergil sings a song to show that there are rocks all over Sesame Street. He points out that the sidewalk, a statue in the garden, and the building are all made of rocks. Elmo and Abby join Vergil to search for rocks and try to identify their names based on their characteristics. First, they find a tiny rock, called a pebble. It is too small and light to be the singer of the rock band, but can be the tambourine player.

Elmo and Leela Look for a Mine-itis Cure

58:46 | #4253 | TV-Y

A Sesame Street Nightly News Update comes in from Brian Williams saying that, "No one is sharing on Sesame Street!" Elmo and Leela just can't believe that it's true and decide to go see for themselves. First, Elmo asks Big Bird if he can give Radar a hug and Big Bird yells "Mine!" Then he asks Snuffy if he can see his balloon, and Snuffy yells "Mine!", too. It seems to be true! But just then they hear Maria, Luis and Gabi and they are about to share a family picnic. Oscar announces that they won't be sharing for long because Mine-itis is going around.

Sesame Street Fairy Tale Science Fair

58:46 | #4233 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Telly are reporters at the Sesame Street Fairy Tale Science Fair! Everyone's favorite fairy tale characters are solving problems with science. Little Red Riding Hood is the first fairytale scientist and she can't tell the difference between her granny and the Big Bad Wolf, who is dressed up just like her granny. She decides to solve her problem by observing and comparing. After she looks closely and carefully, she points out their similarities and differences. She discovers who the real granny is!

Elmo Wants To Be Like Gordon

58:46 | #4252 | TV-Y

Elmo wants to be just like Gordon so he has decided to spend the day looking and acting just like him. First Elmo reads the paper just like Gordon, but he becomes bored of this. He asks if he can do more things like Gordon such as the Chicken Dance. Gordon wasn't planning on doing the Chicken Dance, so Elmo and a group of chickens, who also look just like Gordon, show him how they think Gordon would do it.

Veggies Revolt

58:46 | #4232 | TV-Y

Chris serves Telly a tuna sandwich with no lettuce just when a group of vegetables is heard nearby. They are holding picket signs, while marching and chanting. Anderson Cucumber, a reporter for VNN, arrives to find out what's going on. The vegetables aren't taking it anymore. They think no one likes them and they don't feel appreciated, especially because Telly didn't order lettuce on his tuna sandwich. Telly explains he was actually going to have salad on the side.

Three Cheers

58:46 | #4251 | TV-Y

While Elmo is trying to bounce his ball three times in a row, Zoe comes along with her pompoms and does a cheer for Elmo. She is a Sesame Street Cheerleader! Elmo tries to bounce his ball again and he does it! All he needed was a cheerleader. Elmo asks if he can be a Sesame Street Cheerleader and they set of in search of someone to cheer for.

Twins Day on Sesame Street

58:46 | #4231 | TV-Y

It's twins day and everyone is celebrating on Sesame Street! Chris explains to Abby and Zoe that a twin is someone who has a sister or a brother who was born on the same day. Then, he introduces his twin sister, Christy! They love to tell private jokes and share a special bond. Abby and Zoe decide they want to go to the party too so they pretend to be twins and do everything the same. Meanwhile, the Count counts all of the identical and fraternal twins.

Abby's First Sleepover

58:46 | #4250 | TV-Y

Abby goes to Big Bird's nest for her very first sleepover! She brings her wand, her pillow, and her favorite book. Her mommy always reads a book to her at bedtime but at Big Bird's there isn't anyone to read to them. Luis and Maria walk past on their way to go dancing so Abby and Big Bird ask them to read the book. Maria doesn't think it will take too long so she agrees. Before she can read the story, though, there's a routine. Abby must brush her wings, sing the "Brush the Wings" song, and get tucked into bed. After all of this, Maria picks "Hey, Diddle, Diddle" out of Abby's magical book and the story comes to life.

Saved by Super Foods

58:46 | #4230 | TV-Y

Elmo is looking at a kiwi and wondering what it is. Super Grover comes flying in to help. Super Grover thinks that the kiwi is a rock but Elmo points out that the kiwi is soft and fuzzy. All of a sudden the Super Food Super Heroes, healthy foods that are also super heroes, come in and explain that a kiwi is a type of fruit. They encourage Elmo to try it. He doesn't like it at first, but tries it again and loves it! The Super Foods save the day!

Elmo Steps in for Super Grover

58:46 | #4249 | TV-Y

Chris hurries over to Elmo who needs help getting his airplane out of the tree. Just as Chris is about to get a ladder, Super Chicken and her sidekick Robin fly in to help. Super Grover comes crashing in to save the day, too. After some strategizing, sidekick Robin flies up to the tree and rescues Elmo's airplane with ease. Super Grover thinks that it must be easy to be a superhero when you have a cute little sidekick to help you. Suddenly Horatio the Elephant enters and asks Super Grover if he can be his cute little sidekick. Horatio might not be little, but Super Grover agrees and they set off to help others in need.

Puddle Jumping

58:46 | #4229 | TV-Y

Elmo is dancing around outside when Gordon explains that it is going to rain. Gordon points out dark, gray rain clouds called nimbus clouds. Elmo loves the rain and loves to jump in puddles. Elmo puts on his slicker, rain hat, and galoshes and looks for things to do until there are puddles to splash in. Soon after, puddles finally begin to form! Elmo splashes around and sings about how much he loves the rain!

Rahki Road

58:46 | #4228 | TV-Y

Leela is making bracelets to celebrate an Indian holiday called "Rakhi," a time when sisters, brothers, and friends show how much they love each other by exchanging special bracelets, foods, and gifts. Leela already sent a bracelet to her brother, Sunil, in India and now she is expecting a bracelet from him any moment. Telly and Zoe decide to make bracelets for their friends. Leela helps them while she's waiting for her brother's gift.

Abby Thinks Oscar Is a Prince

58:46 | #4248 | TV-Y

Chris is reading Abby a story about a princess who kisses a frog and turns him into a prince. Now Abby thinks Oscar could be an enchanted prince. After all, he's green like a frog and no one could really be that grouchy. Unless he's a prince who was turned into a grouch. Now Abby believes that a kiss will break the spell and turn him back to Prince Oscar. Oscar keeps telling her that he is a Grouch, but she is not convinced. She keeps trying to kiss him and even chases him down into his can.

Fetch the Letter I

58:46 | #4227 | TV-Y

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

Number 6 Day

58:46 | #4247 | TV-Y

It's number 6 day on Sesame Street: A day devoted to the number six and all it's sixiness! There are going to be games and songs all about the number six. Let the Number 6 Festivities begin! First, Telly brings out the Number Six Cheerleaders. But since there are only 5, Chris has been chosen as the sixth cheerleader. The first event is the Six Pig Tickle but seven pigs begin to tickle Elmo. Telly thinks that the Number 6 day is ruined.

Where's the Itsy Bitsy Spider?

58:46 | #4226 | TV-Y

Elmo, Telly, and Rosita wait for the Itsy Bitsy spider to appear on a water spout in the arbor. Chris loves the song "Itsy Bitsy Spider," so they all sing it together, just for Chris. After Chris leaves, they decide to find Itsy Bitsy. First, they think about where bugs are found: near plants, flowers, and in dirt. Using the clues, they decide Itsy Bitsy Spider might be in the garden. When they reach the garden, Telly observes a bug with six legs but they find out it's a beetle, not a spider. The beetle teaches them that a spider is not an insect but an arachnid, or a bug with eight legs.

Curly Bear Chases Birthday Cake

58:46 | #4246 | TV-Y

It's Baby Bear's birthday! The only thing he is worried about is that his little sister Curly Bear is going to wreck his Chocolate-Porridge Birthday Cake and ruin his whole party. Telly tells Baby Bear that he'll watch Curly Bear to make sure nothing happens. Throughout the party, whenever she sees the cake or hears the word "cake" she runs right for it. Telly is able to stop Curly each time, but in the process he breaks the limbo pole and smashes through the "Pin the Spoon on the Porridge Bowl" picture.

The A Team

58:46 | #4225 | TV-Y

Abby, Elmo, and Telly are in the arbor when Big A comes in looking for members to join the A Team. The A Team helps people by solving problems using letter A words, such as "arrow" and "anchor." Abby, Elmo, and Telly join the team and proudly wear the letter A on their chests. Baby Bear is the first one who has a problem. He needs help getting his sister Curly Bear to take a nap. The A Team brings in an astronaut reciting the alphabet while doing aerobics to help her fall asleep. It works!

Telly the Tiebreaker

58:46 | #4245 | TV-Y

Elmo, Zoe, Rosita and some friends are making a beautiful block house together but can't agree whether to put a square or circle on top. Alan helps them solve the problem by having them raise their hands for the one they like best. Later, Zoe and Elmo want to sing a song but Zoe wants to sing "Twinkle-Twinkle" and Elmo wants to sing "Row-Row-Row". Voting helped solve the problem last time but this time it's a tie. Telly becomes the tie breaker but wants Zoe and Elmo to convince him which to choose.

There's an App for That

58:46 | #4224 | TV-Y

Baby Bear is ordering a bowl of porridge at Hooper's Store when Telly comes in bouncing on his pogo stick. He is practicing the boingarooni, the hardest pogo trick. As he's practicing, Mack the pogo salesman bounces in and tries to sell Telly and Baby Bear an iPogo stick. With an iPogo, not only can you boing without ever falling off, you can do almost anything - make a phone call, take a picture, and cool off hot porridge! It seems that there's an app for everything!

Elmo, Zoe Hat Contest

58:46 | #4244 | TV-Y

It's Who Can Wear the Most Hats on Their Head Day! Elmo and Zoe are going to play against each other, while Chris and Alan help add more and more hats. The Hat Check Girl is also there to help count the total number of hats they each have. Elmo and Zoe are tied every time! They also have to complete challenges while wearing the hats on their heads such as saying the alphabet while standing on one leg and estimating the amount of hats they have.

Snuffle Sneeze

58:46 | #4223 | TV-Y

Big Bird is taking a dust bath to make his feathers clean and fluffy before he goes to meet Snuffy for a playdate. When Snuffy gets close to Big Bird, he gets a tickle in his snuffle and can't seem to stop sneezing. Big Bird suggests that they play somewhere else in case there is something that's making him sneeze. They go over to Hooper's Store, but Snuffy is sneezing there, too!

Max the Magician

58:46 | #4243 | TV-Y

Max the Magician magically appears on Sesame Street as Rosita, Big Bird, and Elmo are eating snacks with Chris. Everyone is excited to see some real magic. First, Max takes one scarf out of his pocket and puts it with two other scarves to make three scarves- what was two has become three. Everyone is amazed and wants to know the secret to the trick. Max refuses to tell, but Chris explains that it was actually just addition.

Up in the Air

58:46 | #4222 | TV-Y

Big Bird and Snuffy are having a playdate and jumping in the arbor to see who can stay in the air the longest. They quickly realize that they come right back down after jumping in the air. Gordon comes by and explains that they can't stay up in the air because of gravity. They might not be able to see it, but gravity pulls everything - big and small - down to the ground.

Firefly Show

58:46 | #4242 | TV-Y

It's dusk and Telly and Baby Bear come running in carrying a net and a jar. They explain to Chris that they are catching fireflies! Chris hasn't seen any, but wishes them luck in finding one. Suddenly, Baby Bear and Telly spot a firefly. They try to catch it but It flies all the way up high by the Sesame Street sign. They have no luck and begin chasing chase it all over Sesame Street. Telly has an idea to use their flashlight to attract the firefly. The firefly will think the blinking light is another firefly and come to them. It works!

Bert's Pigeon Search

50:20 | #4221 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby are making "brrr brrr" sounds with their toy spaceship when Bert shows up. He thinks the "brrr brrr" sounds are from the Blue Bar Pigeon, the last pigeon on his 'Pigeon Life List.' He shows Elmo and Abby the list that has seven different colored Rock pigeons on it: spread, white, checker, pied, red, red bar, and blue bar. Elmo and Abby decide to help Bert find the last pigeon on his checklist.

Sock Chaos At the Laundromat

58:46 | #4241 | TV-Y

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

Music Magic

49:13 | #4220 | TV-Y

Abby is showing Elmo new magic tricks when her mommy calls to remind her to return her books to the library. Abby rushes off, leaving her wand behind by mistake. Elmo wonders if he can do magic with Abby's wand and decides to pretend he is a music conductor. All of a sudden, everyone on Sesame Street begins singing!

The Shoe Fairy

58:46 | #4240 | TV-Y

Abby meets Chris to show off her new shoes that she got from the Shoe Fairy. When Telly walks in without any shoes, Abby tells him that he should make a shoe wish so the Shoe Fairy will come and give him his first pair of shoes. Telly can't decide on which pair of shoes he wants so he tells the Shoe Fairy to surprise him.

The Whoosh and Vanish Mystery

58:46 | #4219 | TV-Y

It's a very windy day on Sesame Street. Elmo and Telly are just about to play a game of basketball. When they return from eating a healthy power snack, their ball is missing! It's a real mystery and they need to investigate to solve the problem!

The Golden Triangle of Destiny

58:46 | #4239 | TV-Y

Legend has it that the Golden Triangle of Destiny is on Sesame Street and Minnesota Mel is there on an adventure to find it. It is the rarest, most beautiful triangle in the whole world. Unfortunately, Minnesota Mel is unable to finish his search. But since Telly is a triangle lover, he will try to find the triangle and his adventure will be called Texas Telly and the Golden Triangle of Destiny. A giant boulder gives Texas Telly and Chris the first clue which is to look "under" something.

The Furry Four

58:46 | #4218 | TV-Y

Telly, Abby, and Elmo are reading Telly's favorite comic book "The Furry Four!" They decide to pretend to be the Furry Four and quickly change into their furry, super costumes. Elmo is the Furry Flash, Abby is the Furry Tornado, and Telly is Mr. Furry! But that only makes three. They need one more member to be Furry Muscles so they can become "The Furry Four." Telly, Elmo, and Abby go on a mission to find one more member!

What's That Noise?

58:46 | #4217 | TV-Y

Elmo is getting ready for bed while sleeping over at Luis and Maria's apartment. Suddenly, he hears a scratchy noise! After looking for awhile, Maria discovers there is an insect behind the couch cushion. Luis uses the computer to help identify it. Maria tells Luis it has wings, antennae, jumping legs in the back, and it can hop. They discover it's a grasshopper!

The Ironing Monster

58:46 | #4216 | TV-Y

Leela and Elmo are sorting laundry in the Laundromat when Grover stops by to have his Super Grover cape cleaned. Grover realizes that people all over the Laundromat need his help. Bert has soggy socks, Gina is out of fabric softener, and Cookie Monster has a stain. Without his cape, Grover decides that a new super hero must be born! Grover returns as Iron Monster, complete with a metal suit!

Chicken When It Comes to Thunderstorms

58:46 | #4215 | TV-Y

It's a windy, overcast day on Sesame Street. Elmo, Abby, Leela, and some chickens have just won the first game of the T-ball season. They are celebrating with Chris when they hear a loud rumble of thunder and raindrops start falling. The chickens start to panic, and everyone gathers into Hooper's Store where it's safe. Elmo suggests that the chickens cover their eyes so they don't get scared by the lightning, but that doesn't stop them from hearing the thunder.

The Happy Scientists

58:46 | #4214 | TV-Y

Gordon is grading his classes' science experiments when Elmo, Rosita, and Telly run in and accidentally land on the papers. Gordon encourages Elmo, Rosita, and Telly that anyone, including them, can be scientists. All they need to do is to ask questions and investigate. They look around Sesame Street for something to investigate and see Leela giving Barkley a bath. Elmo comes up with a question: Does everyone on Sesame Street take a bath?

The Camouflage Challenge

58:46 | #4213 | TV-Y

Elmo is taking pictures of his friends when they hear someone say something. It's Camouflage Carla! She is camouflaging and blending into the wall behind her. Elmo and Rosita want to camouflage too!

Princess Show

58:46 | #4212 | TV-Y

Abby, Rosita, and a penguin play princesses for the day and the prince is determined to rescue a princess. Abby explains that just because they are dressed as princesses, doesn't mean they have to be saved. The prince agrees and they happily play a game of football together.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4211 | TV-Y

Jack from Jack and the Beanstalk comes along and tells Leela and Telly he has a problem. He only has a cow, but he needs a beanstalk! He knows he's supposed to trade the cow for something but doesn't know what. Leela gives him a clues to discover what he needs for a beanstalk.

Abby's Tricycle

58:46 | #4210 | TV-Y

Abby is preparing to ride her very first tricycle! She has her basket, helmet, and her friend Elmo, but Abby doesn't know how to ride a tricycle. Elmo suggests that Gordon teach Abby. Abby has trouble at first. She sits on the bike the wrong way. She also becomes frustrated riding her tricycle and thinks she needs magic to push the pedals. With hard work and practice, though, Abby learns to ride by herself.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4209 | TV-Y

Today is the number seven day on Sesame Street! Rosita, Abby, and Zoe begin singing about the number seven as they count seven dancing chickens. Next, Maria does the number seven rumba. As the seven celebration continues, a sniffling letter "S" arrives. He is sad because he can't think of anything to do to help celebrate the number seven. Abby and Zoe get an idea! What if the letter "S" finds seven words that begin with the letter "S."

Counting Booth

58:46 | #4208 | TV-Y

Uh-Oh! The Count has to leave his Counting Booth and has no one to watch it while he is gone. Luckily, Elmo and Abby agree to become the official Counting Booth counters while he is away. They immediately have their first visitors, the Three Little Pigs. They ask to be counted one by one to make sure they are all there.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4207 | TV-Y

Maria helps Elmo write a story about the letter "G." Elmo is having trouble thinking of letter "G" words, but Maria reminds him of the letter "G" sound. Elmo thinks of the word "golf". He draws a picture of himself playing miniature golf and hitting the ball so hard it flies into space and lands on Planet "G!" Elmo remembers another "G" word, "goldfish", just like Dorothy, his pet fish!

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4206 | TV-Y

Big Bird is happily roller skating along Sesame Street when he crashes. Chris runs over to help Big Bird who has injured his wing. He suggests they visit Dr. Berger so she can take a look, while the Count offers to watch Hooper's store until Chris and Big Bird get back. Big Bird is nervous when they visit Dr. Berger's office. What if it hurts? Dr. Berger carefully examines Big Bird's wing and explains that while his wing isn't broken, he has a bad sprain.

Squirmadega Car Race

58:46 | #4205 | TV-Y

Leela, Telly, and Elmo are folding clothes in the Laundromat when Inspector 4, Judah Friedlander, comes along to inspect for things that are in groups of four. Inspector 4 can't find four of anything and threatens to shut down the Laundromat! Luckily, Elmo suggests counting the bottles of fabric softener. Time to count! 1,2,3,4! There are four bottles of fabric softener. They pass the number 4 inspection!

Jack's Big Jump

58:46 | #4204 | TV-Y

Jack Be Nimble is getting ready for his big jump over eight candlesticks! He tries to jump over them, but instead he knocks them over and falls. Jack runs away and hides. He messed up and now is having trouble jumping. Baby Bear and Telly find someone to help him- a kangaroo! The kangaroo sometimes has trouble jumping too, but he sings the Jumping Song to help him get over his fear. Luckily, Jack gets his jump back.

Squirmadega Car Race

58:46 | #4203 | TV-Y

Slimey is practicing for the Squirmadega Car Race. He zooms forward, backward, and around and around on the counter of Mr. Hopper's store. Elmo excitedly gets ready to watch Slimey in the worm car race. Elmo is Slimey's biggest fan and cheerleader! The worms' race cars line up as the sportscaster, Jeff Gordon, introduces the five race car drivers. Elmo cheers!

Camping Show

58:47 | #4202 | TV-Y

Chris and Elmo are excited to be camping in the woods! They unpack their camping supplies and take out two sleeping bags and two canteens. One sleeping bag and canteen for each of them. Next, they take out four hotdogs and marshmallows. Elmo gives two hotdogs and marshmallows to himself and two to Chris. Elmo invites other animals to dinner - but they don't eat hot dogs and marshmallows.

Amphibian Show

58:46 | #4201 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby are resting when suddenly it's time to play the game show, "Find that Amphibian." Elmo and Abby must find an amphibian before the game show's tadpole turns into a frog. They don't know what an amphibian is, but the announcer gives them a clue- an animal that starts out living in water. Elmo and Abby meet a fish and are convinced they have won the game! As the announcer explains, though, fish only live in water and not on land. Elmo and Abby need more clues.

The Rainbow Show

58:46 | #4200 | TV-Y

Elmo is drawing when he looks up in the sky and sees a rainbow! Wow! Elmo rushes to show everybody, but when Rosita arrives, the rainbow has disappeared. Elmo asks Leela if there is something he can do to bring the rainbow back. Leela offers to draw a picture of a rainbow. Leela can't remember all the colors of the rainbow, but uses the acronym Roy G. Biv to help her remember the colors. Rosita likes the picture, but she wants to see a real rainbow. Elmo gets an idea! What about a rainbow of monsters?

Abby Has the Sparkle Freckles

58:46 | #4199 | TV-Y

Elmo and Abby are playing tag. Suddenly, Abby's freckles start sparkling! Abby calls the fairy doctor who looks at Abby's freckles. Abby has a case of the Sparkle Speckle Fairy Freckles! This is where freckles sparkle and glow, and eventually fall off. The fairy doctor tells Abby the magic words to get the freckles back. All of a sudden, Abby's freckles jump off of her face, glowing and bouncing all around!

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary

58:46 | #4198 | TV-Y

Mary, Mary Quite Contrary walks along Sesame Street and dumps a pile of dirt outside Oscar's trashcan. Gordon explains that she can not leave the dirt, she is making a mess! Mary, Mary insists that she is going to grow a garden with silver bells and cockle shells. Gordon tries to tell her that silver bells and cockleshells aren't alive. Gardens need to have things growing in them, like vegetables, fruits or flowers. Mary, Mary decides she will grow flowers in her garden by using dirt, sun, and water.

The Cookie Tree

58:46 | #4197 | TV-Y

Maria, Luis, and Elmo are picking apples from an apple tree. Cookie Monster hears something loud and crunchy! He is excited because he thinks it's a cookie, but is disappointed when he finds out the noise is an apple. Maria and Luis tell Cookie Monster that apples grow on trees, and share a story about how they planted an apple tree when they were younger. Cookie Monster gets an idea! What if he grew a chocolate chip cookie tree?

Grouch Messing Machine

58:46 | #4196 | TV-Y

Elmo and Leela are in the Laundromat when they hear a loud, clanging sound. Leela explains that the washing machine always gives her trouble and she wants to get rid of it, but Elmo insists that she keep it. But for what? Oscar announces that he thinks it's the greatest machine ever! The machine can be reused as a "Grouch's Messing Machine!" All the grouches come running to take turns messing up their clothes.

Elmo Finds a Baby Bird

58:46 | #4195 | TV-Y

Elmo and Rosita are thinking of rhymes when they hear, "Peep, peep." Suddenly, a little baby bird appears. Elmo and Rosita want to help the bird but do not know why he is peeping. They assume Baby Bird is calling his mommy. Chris hears the chirping and places the bird in a tree, but the bird hops out next to Chris! Elmo, Rosita, and Chris think the bird is hungry. Big Bird comes along and suggests feeding Baby Bird some birdseed, after all that's what Big Bird likes to eat.

Stinky's Annual Birthday Flower

58:46 | #4194 | TV-Y

Elmo and Zoe are coloring when they find out its Stinky the plant's birthday. Zoe and Elmo decide to get him a present. Elmo surprises Stinky by giving him a drum, but plants can't hold drumsticks. Zoe has an idea! What about a lovely tutu? Zoe surprises Stinky with a tutu to wear when he dances. Stinky tries to dance, but is unable to, as he is a plant in a pot! Chris reminds Elmo they should think about what Stinky would like for his birthday not what each of them would like.

Bears Try To Hibernate

58:46 | #4193 | TV-Y

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

Y a Quest Y Not

58:46 | #4192 | TV-Y

Telly, Abby, and Elmo look to the book How to be a Knight for a Day to tell them how to become knights. First, they have to wear a suit of shining armor. Next, they must sing a knight song, so they sing. Then they must go on a quest. But they don't know what to search for! As Elmo, Telly, and Abby think about their quest, they hear a whimpering letter "Y." When they ask the letter "Y" why he is crying, he tells them he is unsure of his purpose in life.

Abby Makes Seasons Change

58:48 | #4191 | TV-Y

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

Wild Nature Survivor Guy

58:46 | #4190 | TV-Y

Wild Nature Survivor Guy is accustomed to surviving in the wilds of nature and thinks he needs to "survive" out on Sesame Street. Elmo and Rosita are confused. He is not alone and he's not in the middle of nature, but he is convinced nature is all around them!

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4189 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Abby are near a garden when a bee flies by. Baby Bear is filled with panic because he is afraid of bees! Chris reminds him that they are usually harmless when left alone, but Baby Bear doesn't care. Abby suggests granting Baby Bear a wish so that he isn't afraid of bees. Abby points her wand at Baby Bear, but Chris, who is standing close by, also gets hits with her magic. Baby Bear and Chris both turn into bees! Oops!

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4188 | TV-Y

Elmo and Telly are at Hooper's store when Little Bo Peep comes looking for her cow. Elmo and Telly offer to help her and decide to call themselves the Cowmonster Pair! Luis comes along and sings about animal tracks. Now Elmo and Telly have their first clue! They find animal tracks on the ground, but when Telly tosses his lasso around an animal, it's a chicken, not a cow!

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4187 | TV-Y

Big Bird is eating a hot bowl of soup on a cold day outside Hooper's store. Freddy Flapman, from Flychert Real Estate, finds Big Bird and tries to convince him to migrate somewhere warm. Freddy Flapman tells him that he might like living in a new habitat. Big Bird thinks it would be fun to see pictures of these other bird habitats, but Freddy Flapman has a better idea! Why not a virtual tour?

Baby Bear's New Baby Sitter

58:46 | #4186 | TV-Y

Baby Bear is excited because Grandmama Bear is supposed to be coming to babysit, but then Papa Bear tells him that Grandmama is sick and won't be able to come. Gina suggests that they ask Gabi to babysit instead.

The Help-o-bots

58:46 | #4185 | TV-Y

Chris reads Elmo, Telly, and Rosita the story of "Rico, the Very Helpful Robot." After hearing it, the three friends decide to become robots to help Chris at Hooper's store.

The Cookie Touch

58:46 | #4184 | TV-Y

Chris gives Cookie Monster the last cookie in Hooper's store and tells him that there will be more tomorrow. When Cookie Monster wishes he would never have to wait for a cookie again, his Fairy Cookie Person appears and gives him the "Cookie Touch": Everything he touches will turn into a cookie.

Maria the Cowgirl

58:46 | #4183 | TV-Y

Gordon reads a story about Maria the Cowgirl, and Big Bird, Elmo, and Abby decide to act it out.

Hurry Up You're Running Out of Time

58:46 | #4182 | TV-Y

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

Elmo and Leela Look for a Mine-itis Cure

58:46 | #4181 | TV-Y

Brian Williams breaks in with an important news update: No one is sharing!

Elmo Wants To Be Like Gordon

58:46 | #4180 | TV-Y

Elmo wants to be like Gordon, so he spends a day looking and acting just like him.

Sesame Street Bird Games

58:46 | #4179 | TV-Y

Big Bird, a chicken, and a duck compete in the Sesame Street Bird Games, with Chris and Alan as judges.

Abby Thinks Oscar Is a Prince

58:46 | #4173 | TV-Y

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

Abby's First Sleepover

58:46 | #4177 | TV-Y

Abby goes to Big Bird's nest for her very first sleepover, and Maria reads her "Hey, Diddle, Diddle."

Three Cheers for Us

58:46 | #4178 | TV-Y

Elmo tries to bounce his ball three times, and Zoe the cheerleader cheers him on.

Elmo Steps In for Super Grover

58:46 | #4176 | TV-Y

Super Chicken and her sidekick, Robin, fly in to help Elmo. Horatio becomes Super Grover's sidekick.

Slimey Adopts a Pet Bug

58:46 | #4175 | TV-Y

Oscar and Slimey visit the Bug-a-Wee Bug Shelter and bring home a pet bug, which they name Dirty.

Big Bird's Nest Sale

58:46 | #4174 | TV-Y

Big Bird has a nest sale to get rid of some old toys, but then realizes that he has accidentally sold his teddy bear, Radar.

Number 6 Games

58:46 | #4172 | TV-Y

A day devoted entirely to the number 6.

Big Bird and Snuffy's Talent Show

58:46 | #4171 | TV-Y

Big Bird, Elmo, and Abby have fun pretending while Gordon reads the story "Maria the Cowgirl—The Lonesome Trail."

Curly Bear Chases Birthday Cake

58:46 | #4170 | TV-Y

Baby Bear is worried that Curly Bear is going to wreck his chocolate-porridge birthday cake.

Telly the Tiebreaker

50:00 | #4169 | TV-Y

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

Elmo and Zoe's Hat Contest

58:46 | #4168 | TV-Y

It's Who Can Wear the Most Hats on Their Head Day, and Elmo and Zoe are competing. But it seems they end up tied every time.

Annual Triangle Toss

58:46 | #4167 | TV-Y

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

Max the Magician

58:46 | #4166 | TV-Y

Everyone tries to figure out the secrets to Max the Magician's tricks, only to discover that they're really just math.

Firefly Show

58:46 | #4165 | TV-Y

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

Leela's Sesame Street Video

58:46 | #4164 | TV-Y

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

Sock Chaos at the Laundromat

58:46 | #4163 | TV-Y

Abby uses her new "two trick," which turns one thing into two things, on Chris's orphaned sock.

Telly's New Shoes

58:46 | #4162 | TV-Y

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

The Golden Triangle of Destiny

58:46 | #4161 | TV-Y

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

Grouch News Network

58:46 | #4160 | TV-Y

Oscar hosts the Grouch News Network, featuring all grouchy, disgusting, and yucky news all the time.

Rosita Gets Upset at Zoe and Abby

58:46 | #4159 | TV-Y

Rosita and Zoe are all set to play Hide and Seek when Abby appears and says that she knows a great game, too: Jumping Rhymes!

Elmo Is Jealous of Marco

58:46 | #4158 | TV-Y

Elmo and Gina start a game of checkers, but then she has to leave to go feed Marco, leaving Elmo feeling jealous and upset.

Elmo Shows Abby How To Pretend

58:46 | #4157 | TV-Y

Abby shows Elmo a frog named Prince and explains that he used to be a real prince. So Elmo asks her to kiss his cheek to see if he will turn into a frog, too.

Chris Teaches Elmo How To Bowl

58:46 | #4156 | TV-Y

Chris tries to teach Elmo how to bowl, but the lessons don't go well at first and Elmo gets frustrated.

Ralphie the Parrot Flies Away

58:46 | #4155 | TV-Y

After Baby Bear brags to Alan about his pet parrot, Ralphie, the bird upsets him by flying away and hiding in a tree.

The Amazing Alphabet Race

58:46 | #4154 | TV-Y

Elmo knows his ABCs so well that he has been chosen to be a contestant on The Amazing Alphabet Race, a game show hosted by Amazing Al. To win, he has to find all the letters of the alphabet before a clucking chicken tap-dances his way to a gong.

Rosita and Zoe Turn Maria Into a Chicken

58:46 | #4153 | TV-Y

Zoe and Rosita find Abby's magic wand, and Rosita wonders what it would be like to be a fairy godmonster and do magic. She convinces Zoe that all they have to do is say some words that rhyme while waving the wand. But when the sparkles clear, Maria is gone and there's a chicken in her place.

Elmo Wishes for a Pet Dinosaur

58:46 | #4152 | TV-Y

Gabi reads Elmo a book about dinosaurs. When she has to leave to go to class, he imagines himself with a pet dinosaur and sings a song about all the fun things they would do together.

The Worm Cup Games

51:04 | #4151 | TV-Y

Everyone gathers to watch the Worm Cup, in which worms from all over the world try to kick a ball into a cup. Slimey is a finalist competing against a worm named Squirmadene from France.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4150 | TV-Y

When Telly finds Gordon practicing for a round of golf, he decides to help make the practice session more realistic.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4149 | TV-Y

Big Bird and Elmo are enjoying singing a special song meant for two friends to sing together. But what will they do when Abby wants to join in?

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4148 | TV-Y

Elmo is excited that he gets to play checkers with Gina, but then he gets upset when she has to leave to go feed Marco.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4147 | TV-Y

Gabi, Telly, and Zoe are having a picnic when their honeydew melon suddenly disappears. So the Telly Detective Agency sets out to solve the case of the missing fruit.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4146 | TV-Y

Rosita, Telly, and Zoe play house.

Fairytale Emergencies

58:46 | #4145 | TV-Y

Rosita and Zoe are just about to start a game of Hide and Seek when Abby appears and announces that she knows a great game, too: Jumping Rhymes.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4144 | TV-Y

Telly is being crowned Triangle Lover of the Day, so he invites Baby Bear along to the Triangle Lovers meeting. Baby Bear surprises the members by showing them a new way to build a triangle.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4143 | TV-Y

Oscar and Grundgetta start reading The Tale of Sleeping Grouchy, and Slimey, Telly, and Elmo join in.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4142 | TV-Y

The number Zero is upset because he is nothing, so Big Bird sets out to show him that being nothing is really something.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4141 | TV-Y

Big Bird accidentally breaks Elmo's tricycle, making them both feel sad. Then Gordon reminds them that they can take the broken tricycle to the Fix-It Shop.

The Tutu Spell

58:46 | #4140 | TV-Y

During a dancing playdate, Abby tries on Zoe's tutu, and Zoe gives Abby's wand a try. Zoe wishes that everyone would wear a tutu and dance ballet—and then discovers that her wish has come true.

Abby Plays the Letter 'P' Game

58:46 | #4139 | TV-Y

When Elmo and Zoe have trouble coming up with a game they both want to play, Alan teaches them the letter "P" game. In order to play, they need to find things that start with the letter "P." Abby poofs in to join them.

Lucy the Lazy Lizard

58:46 | #4138 | TV-Y

Elmo loves the book Lucy the Lazy Lizard so much that he asks Maria to read it to him 11 times.

The Word 'Dog' Escapes Abby's Book

58:46 | #4137 | TV-Y

Abby has a magical book called The Wild Adventures of Action Dog that moves and makes sounds along with the story. When Telly and Baby Bear borrow it, it flies out of their hands and crashes to the ground. The book is OK—but then they realize that the word "dog" has popped out and run off.

Chris Is Introduced

58:46 | #4136 | TV-Y

While reading the Help Wanted ads in the newspaper, Chris finds one that he thinks might be for a job as a gym teacher because it says, "Must love to exercise." But when he reports to the Count, who placed the ad, he learns that his new boss just wants him to do exercises so he can count them.

The Bookaneers

58:46 | #4135 | TV-Y

Alan and Elmo are reading a book in Hooper's store when a pirate ship and three pirates suddenly appear. The pirates announce that they are called the Bookaneers because they love to read.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4134 | TV-Y

Oscar and Grundgetta want to race the Sloppy Jalopy in the Nastycar Races, but it won't start. When Maria and Luis offer to help, Oscar refuses the offer, insisting that Grouches never need help.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4133 | TV-Y

Telly reports on National Try a New Food Day, starting with Baby Bear's attempt to eat some porridge with fresh fruit on top instead of brown sugar and honey.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4132 | TV-Y

Snuffy and Big Bird want to play with Marco, so they bring over a wagon filled with baseball equipment, rollerskates, a pogo stick, and checkers. Gina tells them the baby is too young to play with any of those things and suggests that they think like babies to come up with games everyone can play together.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4131 | TV-Y

Gina brings her new baby home and discovers that everyone has been busy gathering blankets and diapers, making mobiles, and putting together the crib. All her friends want to continue helping, but what Gina and Marco really need is some rest.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4130 | TV-Y

Gina flies off to Guatemala to pick up Marco, the baby she is adopting. Maria goes with her to help her with her Spanish.

What Comes Next Game

58:46 | #4129 | TV-Y

Elmo plays the What Comes Next Game, in which he must guess what comes next in a pattern before a mouse rings a bell.

Rapunzoe

58:46 | #4128 | TV-Y

After hearing the story of Rapunzel, Zoe wishes to have long hair just like hers.

Oscar's Rottendoodle

58:46 | #4127 | TV-Y

Oscar gets a new dog: a Rottendoodle named Cranky. Because he has heard that Rottendoodles are grouches that never do what you tell them to, never help anyone, and never kiss, he is astonished when Cranky starts doing all those things.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4126 | TV-Y

Zoe is throwing a birthday party for her pet rock, Rocco, and everyone's invited. But what kind of present do you get a rock?

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4125 | TV-Y

Host David Letterguy and The Alphabet Road Show are coming to Sesame Street to look for unusual people saying the alphabet in unusual ways. Telly and Baby Bear know exactly how they are going to say the alphabet, but Elmo is still unsure.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4124 | TV-Y

When Slimey says that he wants to be a hero just like Trash Gordon, Rosita and Elmo are doubtful because they think heroes are supposed to be big and strong. But Oscar reassures him that he can do it, and Slimey takes on the mission of saving the letter of the day.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4123 | TV-Y

On a very busy day at Hooper's store, Baby Bear decides to create an automatic lemonade-pouring machine to help Miles out. He draws up the plans for his invention and then recruits Telly and Elmo to help build it.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4122 | TV-Y

Prairie Dawn and the gang put on a Healthy Food Pageant. Zoe sings about potatoes, and Rosita sings about tortillas. Telly is supposed to be an asparagus, but how can he sing about something he's never tried?

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4121 | TV-Y

"Teacher" Zoe arranges a field trip for Rocco and all her dolls, but there's no room on the bus for Telly's doll, Freddy. So Telly and Baby Bear give Freddy a day all his own, including a new game called Fantastic Freddy.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4120 | TV-Y

Baby Bear and Elmo write a thrilling story about the Three Bears in which they are Astro Bears trying to find the answer to the question, "How does porridge taste in space?"

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4119 | TV-Y

All the adults are too busy running errands to play with Big Bird, so he finds himself wishing for them to be just like the kids. To his surprise, his Fairy Godperson appears and grants him his wish.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4118 | TV-Y

On the "Ask Oscar!" show, Telly reads a letter from a boy who can't remember what the little round things that hold his jacket together are called. Telly is ready to get the answer from Oscar, but Oscar isn't ready to tell.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4117 | TV-Y

Elmo celebrates the letter "J" by changing his name to Jelmo and jumping all over the neighborhood. During his travels, he sees Maria fixing things that begin with "J" and listens to Big Bird telling the story of Mary and her little lamb.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4116 | TV-Y

Alan sets up a pretend school at Hooper's Store. As his star "pupil," Elmo gets to draw a picture, listen to Mr. Alan read a book, and sing the alphabet song.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4115 | TV-Y

Luis and Maria are trying to celebrate their wedding anniversary with a private picnic, but they keep getting interrupted by songs, games, and dances about the letter "H."

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4114 | TV-Y

Snow White's dwarves count themselves in various ways to prove that there are always seven. But then one of them has to leave, and Snow White doesn't know what to do.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4113 | TV-Y

Herb, the plant-eating dinosaur—the only dinosaur left, except, of course, for his cousin Shirley—pays a visit to Sesame Street. He meets many interesting new people; learns about healthy salads from Alan, about taking turns from Zoe and Rosita, and about the alphabet from Big Bird and Elmo; and even gets to play with a worm.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4112 | TV-Y

Gabi and Miles reminisce about their first day of school, telling Elmo about their classroom, the things they did, and how a disagreement over who got to play with a fire truck taught them about sharing.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4111 | TV-Y

Cookie Monster asks Bob and a baby how they eat cookies, then counts cookies and does subtraction problems with them. After Zoe does an amazing cookie dance, Cookie Monster decides to go right to the source and talk to a cookie about cookies.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4110 | TV-Y

Abby goes to the Storybook Community School for the first time, and Mrs. Goose and her class make her feel welcome. But when it's time for Show and Tell, she doesn't have anything to share, so she decides to use her magic wand to leave school and ask Elmo for help.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4109 | TV-Y

Oscar isn't very nice to a new resident, Abby Cadabby, and she's beginning to wish her family hadn't moved to Sesame Street. But after Big Bird, Snuffy, Elmo, and Zoe ask her to play, they find out what happens when Abby is happy: She floats in the air!

Adventures of Little Big Bird (Part 2)

58:46 | #4108 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 7; reasoning; coping with emotions. A ladybug named Mike crashes into the tiny-sized Big Bird, who is about to give up on ever being his regular size again. But with Mike's encouragement, he perseveres and manages to attract Mumford's attention. The magician returns Big Bird to normal—but accidentally makes Mike gigantic in the process.

Adventures of Little Big Bird (Part 1)

58:46 | #4107 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 20; reasoning. While demonstrating a new magic trick, Mumford accidentally shrinks Big Bird to a tiny size. "Little Big Bird" has fun meeting a variety of creatures he couldn't have talked to before, but eventually he realizes that he wants to be his normal size again. So he sets out to attract Mumford's attention so the magician can change him back.

Bob's Deaf Niece

58:46 | #4106 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 2; global awareness. Rosita and Telly learn sign language from Bob's niece, Samara, who is deaf, and they all have fun playing tag and saying and signing the alphabet together.

Super Chicken on Sesame Street

58:46 | #4105 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 13; coping with emotions. Super Chicken solves a problem for Luis and Maria at the Mail It Shop, helps Miles untie shoelaces, and fixes a broken popcorn machine for Gabi—making Grover start to wonder whether his friends need him anymore.

Grouch Apprentice

58:46 | #4104 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 0. Oscar, Grundgetta, and even Elmo compete to be the new apprentice to Donald Grump—the grouch with the most trash in the world.

Telly's and Baby Bear's Story

58:46 | #4103 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 11; literacy; social interactions. Telly and Baby Bear decide to write a story together, but have trouble deciding whether it should be about a magic bowl of porridge or a magic triangle. Then they realize they can write a great story about both things at once.

Gina's Vet Assistant

51:32 | #4102 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 16; global awareness. Gina's Furry Godmother agrees to grant her wish for a veterinarian's assistant. But when the new helper turns out to be Grover, things don't go as smoothly as Gina had hoped.

Elmo and Zoe Claim a Ball

58:46 | #4101 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 17; social interactions. Zoe and Elmo argue over a ball until Luis intervenes by pointing out that they could have a lot of fun sharing it. Then the real owner comes along, and the debate begins again.

What Happens Next? Show

58:46 | #4100 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 10; science; physical science. Oscar hosts a scientific game show called What Happens Next, in which contestants make hypotheses about causes/effects and actions/reactions. Special guest India.Arie sings about the alphabet with Elmo.

Elmo's and Zoe's Scientific Exploration

58:46 | #4099 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 15; science; physical science. Watching a leaf floating in a bucket of water makes Elmo curious about whether other things would float or sink. So he, Zoe, and Telly conduct a series of experiments to find out.

Goldilocks Takes Over Nursery Rhymes

58:46 | #4098 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 5; social interactions. Goldilocks takes Miss Muffet's curds and whey and ruins Little Jack Horner's pie, and Big Bird and Baby Bear encourage them to tell her how she has hurt their feelings.

Rock Sitter for Rocco

58:46 | #4097 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 18; social interactions. Taking care of Rocco while Emily is at her swimming class, Telly tells him the story of "Goldirocks and the Three Bears" and recruits friends to sing some rock music.

Mexico on Sesame Street

58:46 | #4096 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 3; social interactions; global awareness. Since Rosita can't get to Mexico to visit her abuela, Big Bird and friends decide to bring Mexico to Rosita with decorations, food, and music.

Who'll Replace the Big Bad Wolf?

58:46 | #4095 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 14; social interactions. The Big Bad Wolf decides to take a vacation, and Zoe, Elmo, and Telly audition to be his substitute. Gordon helps them find creative ways to blow down straw houses, chase pigs, and pretend to be Grandma.

Telly Learns the Grouchketeer Cheer

58:46 | #4094 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 19; coping with emotions; social interactions. Gordon helps Telly learn the Official Grouch Cheer so he can go to Oscar's Annual Grouch Picnic and Field Day.

Baby Bear's First Day of School

58:46 | #4093 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 1; social interactions. On his first day at school, Baby Bear meets storybook characters and has fun learning new things—but he does miss his family.

Big Bird, Snuffy, and Friends Hike

58:46 | #4092 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 8; science and the scientific process. Maria and Luis take Big Bird and Snuffy on a nature hike. Actors from the National Theatre of the Deaf perform "Exercise" with Elmo.

Snuffy Feels He's Too Big

58:46 | #4091 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 0; coping with emotions; social interactions. Snuffy tries to join his friends in some ballet and feels awkward because he's so big. After they reasssure him that he's just the right size, they find a dance they can all do together. Performers from the National Theatre of the Deaf join Zoe in "Dancing."

Cookie Moon

58:46 | #4090 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 2; earth and space science. Cookie Monster decides that the moon is a giant cookie and tries to figure out how he can get there so he can eat it. Former astronaut Buzz Aldrin finally explains what the moon is really like. ESPN announcer Chris Berman also guest stars in a "Chasing the Cheese" segment.

American Fruit Stand

58:46 | #4089 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 4; nutrition. Miles is watching the fruit stand for Alan, and suddenly the neighborhood is transformed into a 1950s-style TV show called American Fruit Stand. Bluegrass stars Alison Krauss and Union Station join the Count and four chickens in the "Sesame Jamboree."

How Many Balloons To Raise Snuffy?

58:46 | #4088 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 12. Snuffy wishes to be a cloud, so his Fairy Balloon Person (Broadway and television star Richard Kind) helps answer the question of how many balloons it would take to raise him to the sky.

As the Porridge Cooled

58:46 | #4087 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 5; nutrition; physical health. Baby Bear reveals what the bears were really up to while their porridge cooled: running and jumping in the woods—and being turned into ducks by a wizard. Tenor Andrea Bocelli sings "Time To Say Goodnight."

Birdseed Cookies

58:46 | #4086 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 8; nutrition; reasoning. Big Bird's Granny is coming to visit, and Alan helps Big Bird make "the world's greatest birdseed cookies" for her. Performers from the National Theatre of the Deaf join Telly Monster for "Run."

Health Food Game Show

58:46 | #4085 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 6; nutrition. Elmo plays the Healthy Foods Name Game, in which he has to find nutritious foods of various colors. Jeopardy! champ Ken Jennings joins Grover for a Health Moment, and reggae artist Wyclef Jean sings about healthy food with Cookie Monster.

Banana in the Stone

58:46 | #4084 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 9; literacy; nutrition. Hooper's Store is out of apples, Curly Bear's favorite snack, and Telly and Baby Bear try to convince her to eat a banana instead by telling her the story of "The Banana in the Stone." Lang Lang, a 22-year-old piano sensation from China, auditions for Bob, Oscar, and the Grouches.

Telly Learns To Catch a Ball

58:46 | #4083 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 4; coping with emotions; physical health. Joe Torre of the New York Yankees reminds Telly that he needs to practice when he's trying something new like catching a ball.

Big Bad Wolf Huffs and Puffs When He Loses

58:46 | #4082 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 11; coping with emotions. Big Bad Wolf's huffing and puffing every time he loses a game or makes a mistake is driving away all his friends, so he decides to work on being a better sport and taking disappointment in stride.

Rosita Wishes She Didn't Have an Accent

58:46 | #4081 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 7; literacy; coping with emotions. When two kids make fun of her accent, Rosita feels sad and embarrassed. Her friends help her see that the way she speaks is part of what makes her unique and that she should be proud of her Spanish accent and language.

Elmo's Fairy Godperson Grants His Wish to Be A Bird

58:46 | #4080 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 2. Elmo's Fairy Godperson grants his wish to be a feathery bird, and he and Big Bird have a great time doing bird things together. But eventually they both realize that it's time for Elmo to go back to being himself.

Miles' Band Needs a Quiet Place To Practice

58:46 | #4079 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 5; coping with emotions. Miles and his band members look all over Sesame Street for a quiet place to rehearse.

Baby Bear Can't Get Curly To Fall Asleep

58:46 | #4078 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 8; social interactions; reasoning. Baby Bear is trying to get Curly Bear to take her nap, but none of the things that usually put her to sleep is working. After several other people offer suggestions that don't work either, Oscar the Grouch comes up with a surprising solution.

Elmo Feels He's Treated Unfairly by Rocco

58:46 | #4077 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 3; social interactions; reasoning. Elmo, Zoe, and Rocco go to play at Hooper's Store, where Gabi helps them learn some valuable lessons about settling disputes, sharing, treating one another fairly, and understanding other people's points of view.

Baby Bear Adjusts to Curly's Big Growl

58:46 | #4076 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 20; coping with emotions. Baby Bear is shocked to find out that his baby sister, Curly Bear, has a louder growl than he does. After trying various ways to make his own growl louder, he finally realizes that instead of being upset and embarrassed, he should be proud of his sister.

Cookie Monster Writes a Story

58:46 | #4075 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 19; literacy; coping with emotions. Cookie Monster eats the very last cookie at Hooper's Store. To keep him calm while they wait for the new batch Alan is baking, Gabi helps him make up a story about King Cookie and the Kingdom of Cookie.

Telly Joins the Letter of the Month Club

58:46 | #4074 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 18; literacy; coping with emotions. While Alan is preparing Hooper's Store for Henrietta Honker's birthday, Telly receives his first delivery from the Letter of the Month Club. Seeing how excited he is, the delivery man keeps coming back with more letters of the alphabet. Eventually the store gets so full of letters that there doesn't seem to be enough room to hold the party anymore.

Baby Bear Tries To Teach Curly To Draw

58:46 | #4073 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 16; social interactions. Baby Bear is going to try to teach Curly Bear how to draw, and Oscar and Grundgetta are excited because they think things are bound to get grouchy. Baby Bear disappoints them—but makes his little sister very happy—by showing great patience and tolerance.

Gabi Becomes a Temporary Play Date

58:46 | #4072 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 15; social interactions. Gabi agrees to help Alan at Mr. Hooper's store. But on her way there, she gets sidetracked by lots of other requests to help other friends.

Professor Super Grover's School for Superheroes

58:46 | #4071 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 13; social interactions. Super Grover opens a School for Superheroes with Zoe, Rosita, and others as his students. As a graduation exercise, they all help a scared letter "H."

Snuffy's Invisible (Part 2)

58:46 | #4070 | TV-Y

The letter "0" and the number 14; social interactions. Snuffy is still invisible, and the repair shop is having trouble fixing the magic ukulele. Big Bird and Elmo sing the alphabet with Snuffy and try to stay busy, but they are wondering whether their friend will ever be visible again.

Snuffy's Invisible (Part 1)

58:46 | #4069 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 12; social interactions. Snuffy receives a magic ukulele and discovers that playing it makes him invisible, then visible again. He and Big Bird have a lot of fun playing with the ukulele, but then Snuffy drops it and it breaks—with Snuffy stuck in his invisible state.

Telly Falls from His Pogo Stick

58:46 | #4068 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 11; coping with emotions. Telly falls off his pogo stick while boinging all over Sesame Street and is afraid to get back on. Stories and pep talks from his friends help him cope with his fear and self-doubt.

Gordon, Miles, and Grandpa's Music

58:46 | #4067 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 4; the arts; social interactions. One by one, Zoe, Rosita, and Grover leave Elmo's singing group, the Cute and Fuzzy Four. Elmo is wondering how he'll be a group all by himself when Miles, Gordon, and Mr. Robinson come along. It turns out they're all musicians, too, so they form a multi-generational band and perform for a crowd at Hooper's Store.

The New Four Bears Story

58:46 | #4066 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 9; literacy. Goldilocks arrives while Baby Bear and his family are heartily eating porridge together, and they all realize that now that there are four bears, the story of Goldilocks and the bears is going to need some revision. So Baby Bear sets out to write a new story with the help of his best buddy, Telly.

The Sesame Street Square Game

58:46 | #4065 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 7; mathematics. Elmo and Zoe play a game in which they must find 10 squares before a mouse climbs up the grandfather clock and rings the bell.

Rocco's New Dance

58:46 | #4064 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 1; the arts; coping with emotions. Zoe's pet rock, Rocco, is teaching Elmo a new dance, and it keeps getting more and more complex. As they move around and involve all sorts of animals, Elmo is determined to keep trying.

Elmo's Chicken Dream

58:46 | #4063 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 20; the arts. Elmo's dream about learning a great chicken dance called the "Clucky Clucky" was so much fun that now he can't wait to get back to sleep and dream it all over again. So his friends all try to help him out.

Little Furry Red Monster Parade

58:46 | #4062 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 6; the arts; social interactions. Elmo decides to organize a "Little Furry Red Monster Parade." As more and more different friends say they want to participate, he keeps changing the name of the parade—until finally it becomes the "Anybody Who Loves To March in a Parade Parade."

Cinderella's Fairy Godmother's Mistake

58:46 | #4061 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 5; coping with emotions; global awareness. Cinderella's Fairy Godmother accidentally turns her into a chicken and is so ashamed that she hands her wand over to Zoe and Baby Bear and leaves. After trying everything they can think of to get Cinderella to the ball themselves, they finally convince Godmother to come back and fix things by helping her see that it's OK to make mistakes.

Alan's Vacation Replacement

58:46 | #4060 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 17; coping with emotions; global awareness. Alan is going away on vacation, so he hires Natalie to fill in for him at Hooper's Store. Baby Bear and Big Bird have a hard time adjusting to the change—until they get to know Natalie a little better.

Curly Doesn't Like Porridge

58:46 | #4059 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 3; social interactions; global awareness. Telly is excited because Curly Bear is going to try porridge for the very first time. When she spits it out in disgust, he can't understand how his own baby sister can dislike something he loves so much.

Best Pet in the World

58:46 | #4058 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 8; social interactions; global awareness. Tempers start to flare when Zoe, Telly, Elmo, and Baby Bear debate who has the best pet, but Maria helps them see that what really matters is how each person feels about his or her own pet.

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

58:46 | #4057 | TV-Y

Elmo hosts a nostalgic journey back through some of the most memorable moments in the life of Sesame Street, including Mr. Hooper at work in his store; Maria and Luis' wedding day and the birth of their daughter, Gabi; and Gordon and Susan's adoption of Miles.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4056 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 4; coping with emotions. Now that baby sister Curly has spent her first night at home, Baby Bear is upset about how she's disrupting the household. But Papa Bear reassures him that they will still have their own special time together. Special guests: Nick and Aaron Carter.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4055 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 20; social interactions. Baby Bear visits his new baby sister in the hospital and is amazed to see that she looks a lot like him—only much smaller! His parents decide to name her Curly Bear for her curly hair, and he sings her a song about all the things there are for her to learn and discover.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4054 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 17; coping with emotions. As the time for Mama Bear to have her new baby draws closer, Baby Bear worries about all the changes that will come with his new baby brother or sister.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4053 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 16; reasoning. When Snuffy doesn't show up for their play date, Big Bird thinks he has forgotten where they were going to meet. But then Snuffy happens by and explains that their appointment was for tomorrow—so they decide to pass the time until then together.

Baby Bear and Telly Find a Bagpipe

58:46 | #4052 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 10; reasoning; arts. Scotty McKilt leaves his bagpipe with Zoe to watch, but she wanders off and leaves it unattended. When Telly and Baby Bear come across it, they can't figure out what in the world it is. Special guest: Wayne Brady.

Big Bad Wolf's Brother Is Falsely Accused

58:46 | #4051 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 11; global awareness. Someone blows down the "U" that Elmo and Zoe have built from blocks, and suspicion falls on the Big Bad Wolf's brother, Leonard. But he explains that not all wolves are alike: Some would rather play chess or the violin than huff and puff and blow things down.

Zoe's Tutu Gets Stuck in a Tree

58:46 | #4050 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 3; reasoning. Zoe's tutu blows away and gets stuck in a tree. When Super Grover tries to help retrieve it, he gets stuck, too. After trying all kinds of different strategies for getting both the tutu and Grover back down to earth, Zoe and Telly realize that what they need is a ladder—or maybe just a very tall friend.

Stinky and Zoe Write a Story

58:46 | #4049 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 18; literacy. The story Telly and Baby Bear have written encourages Stinky to try writing one, too.

Rosita Befriends a Frog Wearing a Crown

58:46 | #4048 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 7; social interactions; reasoning. When Rosita makes friends with a frog who's wearing a crown, the others wonder whether he's really a prince under a spell and encourage her to kiss him to break the enchantment.

Telly's Afraid To Play with Baby Bear

51:33 | #4047 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 4; social interactions. Telly accidentally hits Baby Bear on the nose while they're playing basketball. Even though both Gina and Baby Bear himself say that he'll be fine, Telly is so afraid of hurting his friend again that he won't play with him anymore.

Elmo and Rosita Have a Play Date

58:46 | #4046 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 2; arts. Elmo and Rosita have a play date, but they just can't seem to find each other. Meanwhile, it seems that everyone is singing about something.

Cookie Monster Has The Cookie Flu

58:29 | #4045 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 1; social interactions. Cookie Monster wins an enormous wagonload of cookies in a poetry contest, but then discovers that he can't eat them because he has the Cookie Flu—he sneezes every time he thinks about cookies. All his friends, along with special guest Diane Sawyer, try to help cure him by distracting him from thinking about cookies.

Gabi Helps Elmo and Zoe Build Kites

51:01 | #4044 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 14; reasoning; social interactions. Zoe and Elmo want to fly kites, but Alan's store doesn't have any. Gabi solves their dilemma by helping them build their own kites using instructions from a book. But now there's another problem: There's no wind!

Elmo and Zoe Search for Rocco

50:44 | #4043 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 13; reasoning. Zoe and Elmo become detectives to solve the mysterious disappearance of her pet rock, Rocco.

Fish-Sitters for Dorothy

58:46 | #4042 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 12; social interactions. Elmo wants to find someone to stay with Dorothy while he goes to the baseball game with Gordon, and Baby Bear and Telly both want the job. But can either one of them measure up to Elmo's idea of the perfect fish-sitter?

Oscar Needs a Change of Scenery

58:46 | #4041 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 6; global awareness; coping with emotions. Oscar decides he needs a change of scenery and tries moving his trash can to various locations around Sesame Street. But he has trouble finding a place grouchy enough for him. Special guest: Natalie Portman.

Zoe Challenges the Notion of Girls' Games

58:46 | #4040 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 0; global awareness; reasoning. Baby Bear and Telly think that all the games Zoe wants to play are "just for girls," but she surprises them by putting her own unique spin on playing with dolls, holding tea parties—and playing with trucks.

Elmo and Zoe Pretend

58:46 | #4039 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 9; reasoning. Elmo and Zoe pretend to be aliens from the planet Kuzunk who are visiting Sesame Street for the first time.

Big Bird Writes a Story

58:46 | #4038 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 15; literacy. As Big Bird reads a story he has written, his friends act it out. But he doesn't have an ending for it—so everyone suggests different possibilities.

Super Grover's Cape

58:46 | #4037 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 8; reasoning; coping with emotions. Super Grover is getting a new cape to replace his old worn-out one. But while he's waiting for the new one to be delivered, what will he use to get up into the sky? It seems that everyone on Sesame Street has a suggestion.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4036 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 10; reasoning. While preparing for a big chess match against Alan, Gordon is reluctant to let Elmo help him set up the board. But when he finally agrees to explain some basics about the different chess pieces, he finds himself drawn into the ever-more-elaborate story Elmo is making up about them. Special musical guest Sheryl Crow sings with the Muppets.

Big Bad Wolf's Brother Is Falsely Accused

58:46 | #4035 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 5; social interactions; coping with emotions. A baby duck hatches out of an egg Telly has found and thinks Telly is its mother. So Telly takes on the responsibility of caring for the duckling until the real mother appears.

Bert's Birthday

58:46 | #4034 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 4; social interactions; coping with emotions. On Bert's birthday, Ernie tries to surprise him with a big party, but Bert says he'd rather have a day of peace and quiet. Then after Ernie goes away and leaves him alone for a while, Bert starts missing his friend and decides that maybe the party wasn't such a bad idea after all.

Cookie Monster Is Blamed for Stealing Cookies

58:46 | #4033 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 19; social interactions; coping with emotions. Someone is stealing cookies, and everyone blames Cookie Monster even though he insists he's not the culprit. Knowing he's telling the truth, he grows increasingly frustrated that his friends won't believe him.

Elmo Falls in Love with Gina

58:46 | #4032 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 2; coping with emotions. Elmo falls in love with Gina and decides that he wants to marry her. After Rosita helps him figure out how to express his feelings, Gina explains that she loves him, too—but it's a different kind of love. Special guest: first lady Laura Bush.

Karaoke Night at Hooper's Store

58:46 | #4031 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 7; arts; coping with emotions. On karaoke night at Hooper's, Telly is very nervous about singing, and Baby Bear tries to encourage him. Then Baby Bear gets up to sing and discovers that he's nervous, too, and Telly ends up overcoming his own fears by coming to the aid of his friend.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4030 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 18; social interactions. Telly is excited about being invited on a road trip with Oscar ... until he finds out that he's supposed to push the car while Oscar runs errands. Fortunately for Telly, Roscoe—who actually wants to push—comes to his rescue.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4029 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 5; social interactions. Telly gets his triangles ready so that he and his visiting cousin Izzy can play with them. But when Izzy starts hogging them all to himself, Telly gets nervous about his triangles, and Gordon has to explain to Izzy that it's wrong to take someone else's things.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4028 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 16; reasoning; arts. Ernie puts on a jamboree of dancing and singing—with a lot of help from Elmo and Baby Bear.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4027 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 20; reasoning. Bo Peep brings her sheep to Gina for a check-up and they get lost. Telly, Little Bo Peep, Alan, and Big Bird all help her look, but it turns out to be the alphabet song that brings the sheep back.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4026 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 17; coping with emotions. Big Bird adopts a turtle who wanders into his nest, but then is devastated when the turtle disappears. Gina helps him deal with his loss by remembering his friend and how much fun it was taking care of him.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4025 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 2; coping with emotions. Aladdin (special guest David Alan Grier) visits Sesame Street to show all the things his genie can do. But when the genie takes a day off, will Aladdin be able to do anything for himself?

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4024 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 1. Maria is crowned "Pretend Monster for a Day" and tries to do everything the monsters tell her. Then when she has to stop because she's so busy with other things, it's Lulu's turn to pretend to be a monster.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4023 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 9; coping with emotions. Baby Bear plays in his first T-ball game and gets frustrated because it's harder than he had thought. But with Papa Bear's encouragement, he is able to concentrate and get a big hit.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4022 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 10; social interactions. Gina has taken the whole day off to spend time with Elmo, but they keep getting interrupted by animals who need a veterinarian.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4021 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 7; group relations; social interactions. Big Bird's pen pal, Gulliver, comes for a visit. But when Big Bird tries to introduce him to his neighbors, Gulliver says he is not interested in meeting anyone who's not a bird just like himself.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4020 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 4. Zoe and Elmo want to play Follow the Leader, but they have trouble getting started because they both want to be the leader. When they both decide to be the follower instead, that still doesn't solve the problem. Things go much more smoothly after they realize they should take turns.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4019 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 13; social interactions. Maria is very busy at the Mail It Shop, so Ernie and Rubber Duckie volunteer to help out by delivering a chicken to Old MacDonald's farm. But they get sidetracked along the way, and finally Maria and Old MacDonald have to go looking for them.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4018 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 8; group relations. Maria teaches Zoe some words in Spanish, but Zoe still can't understand what Maria is saying all the time. Maria explains that it takes time and persistence to learn a language.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4017 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 12; reasoning. It's Dog Day on Sesame Street, and Telly is sad because he doesn't have a dog. The Dog Fairy turns Baby Bear into a dog for Telly, and Baby Bear is glad he can help his friend feel better—until it's time to eat dog food.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4016 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 14; reasoning. Zoe and Rosita hide from Rocco, Zoe's pet rock, during a game of hide-and-seek. But when they return, it's Rocco who is missing: Mrs. Chicken has mistaken him for an egg and is sitting on him.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4015 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 3; hygiene and health care; social interactions. Baby Bear is sick and has to miss his play date with Telly, so Gina asks Telly to spend the day helping out as her veterinarian's assistant instead.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4014 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 0; reasoning. With Rubber Duckie as his assistant, Ernie is pretending to be a magician. Then two real magicians cause trouble: Mumford makes Rubber Duckie enormous and can't remember how to turn him back to his real size. And when the Great Quackini comes along to help out, Mumford accidentally makes Quackini tiny.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4013 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 1; arts. Snuffy's grandma is coming to visit, and everyone draws pictures to welcome her. Together, their drawings make a giant picture of Sesame Street. Actor/comedian John Leguizamo guest stars as Captain Vegetable.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4012 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 15; reasoning. After watching Robin Williams pretend all kinds of fun things with a stick, Elmo and Rosita go looking for a stick so they can play, too. Along the way, they find lots of other chances to use their imaginations.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4011 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 11; coping with emotions. When Zoe lets Baby Bear play with her Zoemobile, he and Telly accidentally break it. Papa Bear explains that they should be honest and tell Zoe what happened. After they do, they all help fix the car.

Sesame Street

01:00:00 | #4010 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 4; reasoning; literacy. Elmo, Zoe, Telly, and Rosita act out the nursery rhyme "Mary Had a Little Lamb." Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) makes another appearance as Frustrated Ray.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4009 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 6; coping with emotions. Telly brings a box of things he's outgrown to give to the clothing drive that Susan, Miles, and Alan are holding. But when he finds a favorite toy horse in the box and remembers all the fun he had with it when he was little, he isn't sure he wants to give it away.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4008 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 8; group relations. Watching Ms. Camp (Broadway star Kerry Butler) deliver mail, Lulu decides that she wants to be a letter carrier when she grows up. Then Maria reminds her that there are lots of interesting jobs, and Lulu becomes fascinated by the ice cream vendor.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4007 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 19; social interactions. Grover opens a popcorn stand, and Ernie helps him advertise it.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4006 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 20; arts; emotions. When the others start changing around the "happy" song Zoe has made up, she is angry at first. But then she starts singing back their parts to them and realizes that their versions are fun, too.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4005 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 10; reasoning. Big Bird and Snuffy find a baby's shoe and spend all day looking all over Sesame Street for its owner. Then Zoe arrives and says that her doll is missing a shoe. Could there be a connection?

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4004 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 7; reasoning. Zoe and Rosita decide to act out the story of Little Red Riding Hood, but they can't agree on who should play Red. Eventually they decide to pretend to be two friendly wolves instead and to spend a day helping anyone in need.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4003 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 13; reasoning; arts. It's National Bird Day, but Big Bird can't find any other birds to do the Bird Dance with him. He finally uses a birdcall to summon some, and they tell him that National Bird Day isn't until tomorrow—but they'll be happy to dance with him anyway.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4002 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 3; social interactions. Zoe, Rosita, and Lulu have decided to do everything in threes. So when Lulu leaves to go get something, the other two ask Baby Bear to play with them. But he's hesitant, because he's not sure if he'll like playing "girls' games." Then Lulu returns with what she really wants to play with—a football!

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4001 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 12; social interactions; health and hygiene. Big Bird falls and hurts his foot while playing basketball. Gina X-rays and then bandages it, and all his friends help him through the day.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #4000 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 1; literacy. Maria reads a story called "The Mark of Elephants" to Big Bird and Elmo. As other friends help act out the story, they must think of words that begin with the letter "E." Special guests Destiny's Child sing "A New Way To Walk" with the monsters.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3999 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 9; coping with emotions. Ernie thinks his rubber duckie is broken because it has lost its squeak, but Maria finds the problem: a little piece of lint stuck in the squeaker. Special guests The Dixie Chicks perform "Sing" with the chickens.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3998 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 5; hygiene and health care. Baby Bear skips breakfast rather than try some new food, then goes out to play. When his stomach starts growling and he starts getting very tired, he realizes how important a good breakfast really is.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3997 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 16; group relations. Oscar wants to visit Grouch Park at Six Crabs Yuckyworld, but there's no room at the hotel. So, with the help of his friends, he decides to turn Sesame Street into Yuckyworld for a day.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3996 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 0; literacy. Baby Bear, a proud member of the Letter of the Day Club, takes delivery of the letter "B," and he and Telly spend the day exploring the sounds and words it makes. When Telly accidentally breaks the "B," they ask Gina to help fix it. Special guests The Dixie Chicks join Baby Bear, Bert, and Big Bird in singing "There's No Better Letter Than B."

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3995 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 15; coping with emotions. Telly promises to take care of the triangle while the Grand High Triangle Lover is on vacation. But when an out-of-control penguin comes crashing toward him, he loses the triangle while trying to help the bird. What will the GHTL think when he returns?

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3994 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 14; arts. Zoe's efforts to learn to play the trombone attract a duck and an elephant who want to play music with her. Violinist Joshua Bell performs "Play After Me" with Telly.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3993 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 18; literacy; social interactions. The day's mail includes a mysterious box addressed to Big Bird that hops all over the place and makes a boing sound. After following the sound of the box all over Sesame Street, Big Bird finally gets it open and discovers that Granny Bird has sent him a jumping letter "J."

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3992 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 2; social interactions; arts. Baby Bear can't make copies of the invitation to his Porridge Party because the copier at the Mail-It Shop is broken. But his friends come to the rescue by helping him make unique invitations by hand.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3991 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 11; group relations; social interaction. Big Bird explores Sesame Street with a new friend who has braces on her legs and uses crutches and a wheelchair to get around. Special guest: United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3990 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 7; literacy. Elmo draws pictures to illustrate a book about a trip to another planet on a spaceship, then tells the story to Maria.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3989 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 8; arts; literacy. Prairie Dawn is putting on a play called Little Red Riding Hood and the Oat Bran Cookies and wants Telly to play the Big Bad Wolf. He's very nervous about it, but his friends all help him gain the confidence he needs.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3988 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 14; literacy. Elmo, Big Bird, and Snuffy are playing school, and Elmo goes looking for someone to teach them about the letter "Y." By the time several different people tell him what they know about it, he has enough information to teach the others himself.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3987 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 11; coping with emotions; science. Baby Bear's visiting cousin is afraid of shadows—until his new friends show him how he can make his own shadows by blocking the light. Special guests the Backstreet Boys sing "One Small Voice" with Elmo and friends.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3986 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 13; coping with emotions. Big Bird finds a lost baby bird and wants to help it get home, but the only word the baby knows is "Paraguay." Alan and Maria help figure out how to locate the little bird's parents.

Sesame Street

58:47 | #3985 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 6; science. Baby Bear's friends tell him all about different animals to try to help him decide what kind of pet to get. But it's Papa Bear who finally shows up with the answer.

Sesame Street

58:40 | #3984 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 17; group relations. On the opening day of the new Mail-It Shop, Big Bird is disappointed when the package he is expecting from Granny Bird doesn't arrive, customers with items to be fixed are surprised to learn that the Fix-It Shop has been replaced, and Glo moves into one of the new mailboxes.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3983 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 19; arts. Hungry after singing practice, Zoe, Rosita, and Lulu head to Alan's store for peanut butter sandwiches, only to find that Alan is out of peanut butter. So they try—and enjoy—some new foods. Later, they have trouble agreeing on which song to sing and have to work out a compromise. Ray Romano (Everybody Loves Raymond) guest stars as Frustrated Ray.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3982 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 4; coping with emotions. Cookie Monster can't find any cookies, so his friends help him make some himself. But the cookies they bake are so delicious that everyone else eats them up before Cookie Monster can get any.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3981 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 3; safety; group relations. A grease fire in Hooper's Store frightens Elmo, but a visit to a fire station to see how firefighters train and all the special equipment they use helps reassure him. Special guest Jill Scott sings "We Are All Earthlings" with the Muppet animals.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3944 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 15; coping with emotions. Telly and others try everything to help Baby Bear get rid of his hiccups, from surprising him to singing to him. They even consult Gina to see whether an animal doctor might know how to cure a bear of hiccups. But Little Murray Sparkles, the kitten, seems to have the answer in the end.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3943 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 17. It's cooking day, as Alan and Big Bird help Snuffy make snuffle-lemonade. Mumford the Magician tries to make a peanut butter sandwich appear magically, but Alan ends up making it the old-fashioned way. The Count counts sprinkles on a sundae, and Oscar makes up his own weird food combinations, from popcorn with sardines to broccoli à la mode.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3942 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 3; literacy. Big Bird and Snuffy host the letter "B" show, Bob and Baby Bear sing the "B Song," Barkley does tricks beginning with "B," Alphaboy makes a guest appearance, and finally the guest of honor—the letter "B" itself—arrives in a hot-air balloon.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3941 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 13; reasoning; coping with emotions. Zoe loves singer Suzie Kabloozie so much that she pretends to be her and tries to get everyone else to sing and play along, but everyone is too busy. Miles explains that the others have things that they love just as much as she loves Suzie Kabloozie. Zoe apologizes for not understanding, and she, Big Bird, and Telly end up playing together.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3980 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 19; social interaction. As his friends continue to add to his new nest, Big Bird starts to wonder how they'll know when it's done. Granny Bird explains that the job will be complete when they add "the final twig." Big Bird finally finds the right twig and adds it on, and the Big Bad Wolf inspects the finished nest and pronounces it safe.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3979 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 9; coping with emotions. The cleanup after the hurricane continues all over Sesame Street, and Big Bird calls his Granny Bird for advice as he starts to rebuild his own nest with the help of his friends.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3978 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 5; reasoning; coping with emotions. While everyone helps him get his home back together, Big Bird remembers the day the hurricane came and blew it away. But he also sings a song about happy memories of his old nest. When the wind starts to blow, Telly is afraid another hurricane is coming, and Gina reassures him.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3977 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 12; coping with emotions. The hurricane is over, but Big Bird is shocked to learn that it has blown his nest away. Gordon tries to comfort him, Luis and Maria promise that everyone will help him rebuild, and several neighbors offer him a place to stay in the meantime. While doing "alphabet time" with Snuffy, Big Bird realizes how lucky he is to have so many good friends.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3976 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 8; science. Everyone helps get ready as a hurricane approaches Sesame Street. Kermit and guest meteorologist Al Roker report on the changing weather conditions, and the adults explain how everyone can stay safe by sticking together.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3975 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 11; literacy; arts. Baby Bear wants to draw Telly holding a letter T, so he asks him to wait while he goes looking for his purple crayon. Telly stands perfectly still while Baby Bear is gone—even while other friends visit—but by the time Baby Bear finally returns, he's just too tired to keep holding up the T.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3974 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 20; social interactions. Everyone else is too busy to play with Zoe, so she wishes for the Jacket Fairy, who uses a little magic to bring Zoe's jacket to life so it can play with her. They play hide-and-seek, sing, and demonstrate "near" and "far," but finally Zoe has to stop because she's cold and needs to wear the jacket.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3973 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 17; literacy; reasoning. Big Bird and Snuffy decide to stage a production of Little Red Riding Hood. After asking adults lots of questions about how to put on a play, they run into a lost wolf who agrees to be in it—but he wants to play Little Red Riding Hood. Later they run into Red Riding Hood, and she agrees to play the part of the wolf.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3972 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 16; literacy. Mumford waves his magic wand and makes all the S's on Sesame Street disappear—including Slimey—and can't figure out how to make them reappear. While Mumford consults the instruction manual for the wand, Elmo goes looking for the missing letters.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3971 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 0; reasoning; coping with emotions. Stinky spends some time seeking out things that are smaller than he is to make himself feel bigger, but he still wishes he could be really big. Then his Fairy Godplant grants his wish, and he becomes enormous—but that leads to a whole new set of problems.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3970 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 12; reasoning; social interactions. Telly and Zoe lose the top of their pinwheel and go looking for it in all the places they can remember playing that day. Meanwhile, Rosita and Baby Bear find a mystery object and try to figure out what it could be. When the two groups run into each other while hanging their "Lost" and "Found" signs, they realize the two incidents are connected.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3969 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 11; coping with emotions. Humphrey watches Baby Natasha for a long time, hoping she'll do something for the first time so he can take a picture. Big Bird and Maria even join in and try to help her stand up for the first time, but she finally does it all by herself—when no one's looking.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3968 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 14; arts. With her new marker and paper in hand, Rosita sets out to draw everyone on Sesame Street. But after drawing Luis and then Gabi, she realizes that it will take a very long time. Telly offers to help, and they are soon joined by the members of Telly's tuba class, then by Big Bird and the Birdketeers. Together, they finish the project and display all the drawings.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3967 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 6; science. Ernie asks Gordon to "duckie-sit" so he can meet Bert at the Pigeon Lovers Club meeting. But his instructions to Gordon on how to be a good sitter for a rubber duckie—which include Gordon putting the duckie on his head and reciting the alphabet—take so long that Ernie misses the meeting anyway.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3966 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 13; coping with emotions. Papa Bear spends a lot of time helping Baby Bear learn to roller skate, even singing "Every Roll of the Skate" to inspire him. When Papa Bear has to go to work, Baby Bear isn't sure he'll be able to keep skating, but Telly helps him out.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3965 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 1; reasoning. Maria has to cancel a trip to the beach with Lulu and Elmo, so they make the best of it by making believe they're at the beach. They wear sunglasses and sit in beach chairs, pretend to go into the really cold water, and sing and dance on the imaginary sand.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3964 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 17. Elmo and Prairie Dawn are going to play mini-golf, but she has a list of things she must do first. Elmo helps her with everything on the list, from modeling "fast" and "slow" to singing "I'm a Little Teapot" to reciting the alphabet. But then when she's finally ready to play mini-golf, it's time for him to feed Dorothy.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3963 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 12; social interactions; reading. Oscar tells Rosita she is too friendly to be a Grouchketeer, so Rosita practices being a grouch. But even after she does everything on his list, Oscar still tells her she can't be a Grouchketeer. She gets really mad and yells at him in both English and Spanish—and he decides that she's grouchy enough after all!

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3962 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 2; arts. After he sees Baby Bear making a collage, Elmo collects materials from all over Sesame Street to create one of his own.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3961 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 4; arts. With a drum and a bugle, Ernie becomes a one-Muppet band. Elmo decides to become a band, too, so he takes up the bass drum and violin. Next, Big Bird and Snuffy form a marching band. But then they all realize what a terrific band they would make together, and they play their joint rendition of "Rubber Duckie" for Susan and Gordon.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3960 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 8; coping with emotions. Baby Bear's hair is getting very long, but he's afraid to get a haircut.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3959 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 9; coping with emotions; reasoning. Needing more room in his trash can so that his elephant, Fluffy, can take ballroom dance lessons, Oscar holds a Trash Sale to get rid of some things. He sings "I Love Trash" to express how hard it is to part with his things.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3958 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 5; coping with emotions; social interactions. With Gordon as his cameraman, Miles makes a home video for a school project. Everyone helps tear white paper into little pieces to look like snow for a winter scene, and Oscar asks if he can keep the remains. Then everyone goes to Miles' house to watch the finished tape.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3957 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 20; reasoning. Using her Zoemobile, Zoe spends a day making deliveries all over Sesame Street.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3956 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 3; social interaction. Snuffy and Telly are busy for the day, and that leaves Big Bird and Baby Bear as playmates for the day. At first they think they're too different to play together, but they soon find many things to do.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3955 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 7; arts. Baby Natasha's parents, Humphrey and Ingrid, notice that Natasha's crayon scribbles are very artistic and start seeing all kinds of pictures in her drawings. But as others report seeing different things, everyone realizes that there are many different ways to look at works of art.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3954 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 2; literacy. Ernie starts an "instant poetry service" and fills a day on Sesame Street with rhymes. He creates rhymes about different characters and what they are doing, writes a poem to help Big Bird explain "front" and "back," and plays an instant-rhyming game with Telly featuring words that start with "A."

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3953 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 3; mathematics. The Count offers to coach Baby Bear in counting, and the two of them wander all over Sesame Street counting everything from Stinky the plant and his new leaf to how many times Oscar says "No!" Mama Bear and Papa Bear sing a song about the number 3.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3952 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 16; arts. Even Oscar gets into the act on sing-along day. Maria sings a Spanish counting song, Alan offers a song with a lot of different animal sounds, and Big Bird sings "What's the Name of That Song?"

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3951 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 1; literacy. Telly, Baby Bear, and Elmo help an alphabet explorer search for the exotic Dotted, Dinging D. They encounter other wild D's, like a Dancing, Drumming D, and finally find the one they're looking for by using the sound "duh" as a "D call."

Sesame Street

58:27 | #3950 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 0; arts. Oscar and his All-Grouch Band are practicing for the Grouch Music Festival when Dusty, the drummer, has an argument with Oscar and leaves. After volunteering to take his place, Elmo dresses in a "grouchy" costume and learns how to play the drums like a real grouch.

Sesame Street

58:46 | #3949 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 7; arts. While Luis is waiting for a part so he can fix Telly's broken tuba, Telly finds other things to make music with. He blows over the top of a jug and plays glasses filled with water, and Bob shows him how to use his own voice as a musical instrument.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3948 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 18; reasoning. Little Murray Sparkles is sad because his play date was cancelled, so Elmo says he'll play with him. They pretend to be grown-up cats, then later dress up in Birdketeer outfits and go to a Birdketeer meeting. Elizabeth and Elmo sing a song about cats, and Baby Bear and Telly decide to join in by acting like cats, too.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3947 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 8; coping with emotions. Snuffy and Big Bird decide to host an Alphabet Show. But then Zoe says she'd rather count to 20, so they change it to the Counting Show. Then Maria can't play because she's taking a toaster to Gordon, so they make it the Taking the Toaster Back to Gordon Show. Finally, some chickens show up, and it turns into the Chicken Show!

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3946 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 11; social interaction. Rubber duckie in tow, Ernie spends a day including the audience in everything he does. He forms an airplane club, helps Maria with a fix-it job and invites everyone to help him count to 20 while the glue dries, and sings a song with the Birdketeers.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3945 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 4; arts. After making bongo drums out of empty containers and other everyday materials, Elmo, Baby Bear, and Telly form a band called the Bongo Boys and start entertaining everyone else, inviting their audience to clap and play along. Gabi dances and sings with them.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3940 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 15; literacy. Alan puts up a new sign at his store that says "Hooper's Store: Where You Can Have What You Want, Just the Way You Want It." Telly puts him to the test by wanting a different thing every time he reads the sign.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3939 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 10; coping with emotions; literacy. Elmo feels left out and sad when his friend Miles goes to play basketball with the big kids. He decides to try to be happy about watching Miles practice his skills. When Miles realizes how badly Elmo wants to be included, he asks him for his help.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3938 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 12; coping with emotions. Maria is supposed to be working. But instead she ends up taking care of Telly's pet hamster, Chuckie; Herry's bird, Dorothy; Elmo's fish; and Gabi's friend's rabbit. Then Gina drops by to talk about her kitten.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3937 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 3; social interaction; reasoning. Elmo, Zoe, and Big Bird want to play together, but they all want to do different things. After talking it over, they decide to do each one's favorite activity in turn.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3936 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 13; arts; coping with emotions. Rosita wants to learn to play the guitar like Luis, but she gets frustrated when her first efforts don't sound much like his. Luis shows her how to play a chord and explains that learning to play a musical instrument takes a lot of practice.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3935 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 18; literacy; coping with emotions. Because everyone else is too busy to tell him a story, Elmo decides to make one up himself.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3934 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 6; group relations; emotions. At a surprise birthday celebration for Linda, Bob teaches everyone how to do the "Happy Birthday" song in sign language.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3933 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 9; mathematics; coping with emotions. The Count makes a counting mistake while he, Big Bird, Zoe, and Miles are counting the muffins Alan made. When Big Bird corrects him, he decides to see how many mistakes he can count up throughout the day.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3932 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 15; coping with emotions. All Mumford wants to do is get Telly to Hooper's for lunch, but when his magic kicks in, he ends up teleporting both of them around the world.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3931 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 19; social interaction. Gordon, Telly, Zoe, and the kids help Big Bird build a boat from a kit his Granny Bird has sent. But when they launch the "unsinkable" Terrific on its maiden voyage across a bathtub, Oscar tries to sabotage things.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3930 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 10; arts; social interaction. While pretending he is the Masked Tuba Player, Telly finds ways that he and his tuba can help Big Bird talk about the letter of the day, Elmo count, Rosita explain fast and slow, and Oscar get really angry.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3929 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 4; reasoning. Elmo wears a cowboy hat all day and imagines that he is in the Wild, Wild West—with lots of friends joining in on his adventures.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3928 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 1; literacy; coping with emotions. It's Nursery Rhyme Day, and everyone starts acting out nursery rhymes as Big Bird introduces them—but no one can seem to finish one. Finally they finish a whole rhyme by working on it together.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3927 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 15; group relations; arts. Baby Bear's visiting cousin is afraid to play with the monsters. Telly dresses up like a bear, and the three play all day. Finally Telly reveals that he's really a monster, and Cousin Bear realizes that monsters can be his friends even though they're different from him.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3926 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 7; arts; literacy. Elmo, Baby Bear, and Telly decide to put on a play and have to work out their differences of opinion on what it should be about. Stinky wants to be in the play, and they find a way to include him. Maria volunteers to help by making posters advertising the performance.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3925 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 16; coping with emotions. Baby Bear asks Telly to teach him to whistle, but he has a hard time learning and gets frustrated. Then he takes a nap, and they discover that Baby Bear whistles in his sleep!

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3924 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 17; arts. Maria finds Gina's first finger painting from when she was 5 years old. Big Bird thinks it looks like clouds, then changes his mind and says it looks like the ocean. Gabi offers to give him the picture, but Maria wants to keep it. The Count counts "things that look like clouds to Big Bird," and Lulu admires the picture's frame. Finally Maria finds a place to put it where everyone can see it, and Gabi paints a new picture just for her mom.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3923 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 2; group relations. Gina's niece, Hannah, moves to Sesame Street, and Big Bird decides to teach the new baby everything he knows. Telly wonders how Gina will manage to take care of the baby and be a veterinarian, too. Big Bird brings Humphrey and Baby Natasha to visit so Hannah will have other babies to play with.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3922 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 11; reasoning. Big Bird's teddy bear, Radar, accidentally gets torn during a game of Fetch. Maria fixes Radar, but then Big Bird is afraid to play with him. Snuffy gets frustrated at how overprotective Big Bird has gotten.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3921 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 18. Elmo decides to run all day long. Gordon gets tired after running around the block 10 times, so Elmo goes on by himself and tries running like a chicken. Later Telly and Zoe join in, and they decide to have a race. But after Elmo falls and the others help him up, they decide to make it a "slowest monster runner in the world" race.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3920 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 10; arts; coping with emotions. Lulu teaches Big Bird, Elmo, and Baby Bear her favorite song. But when they tire of it and tell her they'd like to sing something else, she goes off to sing by herself instead. Luis helps her make up new words to her song, but in the end she decides to try another song because it's just too lonely singing solo.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3919 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 4; group relations; identifying feelings. Mami, Maria's mother, is visiting from Puerto Rico. She meets Rosita and Big Bird, sings a counting song with the Birdketeers, and does a conga dance to a song Snuffy makes up. But while everyone else is having fun getting to know her, Maria wishes she could spend some time with Mami alone.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3918 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 6; group relations. On Gina's first day as a veterinarian, Elmo brings Dorothy in for a check-up. As the news spreads among the other animals, Gina sees a wide variety of patients and ailments and hangs out her animal doctor sign.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3917 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 5; arts; group relations. Elmo practices his dance moves for the Sesame Street salsa party, then goes looking for a partner.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3916 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 19; arts. Telly asks everyone to make gifts for Baby Bear's birthday. Elmo, Tarah, and the kids draw pictures; Rosita creates a sculpture; Zoe does a dance; and Snuffy and Big Bird write a poem. But Telly can't think of anything he can make—until Bob's opera about a king and his porridge gives him a great idea.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3915 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 2; arts; reasoning. Baby Bear draws a superhero, names him Hero Guy, and has fun drawing all kinds of adventures for him. Big Bird and the Birdketeers sing the alphabet song.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3914 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 16; literacy. Elmo wants Bob to read him the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears," but Goldilocks is on vacation. The Big Bad Wolf offers to take her place, but then Goldilocks returns and is very upset at the wolf playing her part. Baby Bear has to reassure her that no one can replace her before Elmo is finally able to hear the story.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3913 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 11; reasoning. With Bert away, Ernie spends the night in Big Bird's nest. But he can't sleep, and he keeps waking Gordon up to come help him with things. Finally poor Gordon is just too sleepy to help anymore, and Susan comes to the rescue.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3912 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the numbers 1 through 10; literacy; mathematics. Elmo reads to Maria from a book he wrote called Elmo in Numberland, where each of the numbers from 1 to 10 has a page and a special activity of its own.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3911 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 1; reasoning. Big Bird, the Birdketeers, and Prairie Dawn play "Mystery Friend." When a masked Snuffy appears, Prairie Dawn says she already knows who it is, but Big Bird gives clues anyway so everyone can guess. They sing "Sing After Me," with Ernie and Rubber Duckie providing one verse.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3910 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 6. It's an all-monster day as Telly and Elmo introduce six new monsters; Herry and Telly play a "What Comes Next?" game; Zoe, Elmo, Telly, and Lulu cooperate to make the word cooperate from little cards; and a chorus of monsters sings the alphabet song.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3909 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 9; mathematics. The Count is off at a convention, and Ernie volunteers to take over counting duties for the day. But when the Count comes back early, they end up causing confusion by trying to count the same things at the same time. They compromise and count Little Bo Peep's sheep together.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3908 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 15; literacy; reasoning. Luis shows Telly how to use his computer to send and receive e-mail. When a mystery friend starts sending them messages with clues, they have fun trying to figure out who it is.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3907 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 6; literacy. All the "T"'s are running away, and no one can figure out why. Big Bird, Telly, Gabi, Tarah, and Maria all try desperately to make a "T" stand still long enough to tell them.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3906 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 3. Papa Bear invents a perpetual porridge machine and asks Baby Bear to taste-test the results. Then he goes off to work on his new invention, and Baby Bear and Alan discover that they can't make the porridge machine turn off—and they can't find Papa Bear!

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3905 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 7; reasoning. Stinky gives Elmo plant lessons so that Elmo can find out what it's like to be a plant. Stinky gets Elmo a pot to sit in, and Gabi waters both of them. Big Bird decides to join in, too, and they all soak up sun and talk about the other things plants do.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3904 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 4; reasoning; literacy. Snuffy and Elmo play pirate, with Snuffy as the ship and Elmo as the captain. They enlist Gordon, Oscar, Big Bird, and the Birdketeers in the search for an "X" that will lead them to buried treasure.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3903 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 7; hygiene; health care. Big Bird wants to try something different with his food, so Alan makes a bird seed, tomato, and cheese pizza for him to share with Tarah and Telly. While they're waiting for the pizza to cook, they play with plates and napkins and sing the alphabet song.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3902 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 10. Maria is proud of Gabi for the good job he's doing taking care of Oscar's pet elephant, Fluffy. But when they play hide-and-seek, Fluffy does such a good job of hiding that Gabi can't find him. Detective Colambo is called in to investigate the case of the missing elephant.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3901 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 0; arts. Big Bird decides that he will sing all day instead of speaking, and Bob tells him that sounds like an opera, where people sing instead of speaking. So Big Bird declares it opera day on Sesame Street, and everyone sings all day long.

Elmo and Lulu's Story

00:00 | #3900 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 19; coping with feelings. Telly feels bad because Baby Bear wasn't invited to the monster sing-along party he's going to. Baby Bear tries disguising himself as a monster, but Papa Bear tells him he shouldn't pretend to be something he's not just to be included. Then it turns out that Baby Bear was sent an invitation but just didn't get it, so he and Telly go to the party together and teach the monsters the "Twinkle Twinkle" song.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3899 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 20; group relations; coping with feelings. While half asleep, Oscar actually wishes Maria "Buenos Días." Horrified at having been so nice, he tries to get hold of her to wish her a rotten morning instead. But by the time he sees her, Maria tells him it's too late—it's not morning anymore! So while she goes to lunch, Oscar searches his Spanish dictionary for how to say "Have a rotten afternoon."

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3898 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 12; arts. After seeing Little Jerry and the Monotones perform, Big Bird, Elmo, and Prairie Dawn decide to put on a rock 'n' roll show of their own. Big Bird and the Alphatones make their debut by singing the alphabet song.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3897 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 6; literacy. Big Bird, Telly, Elmo, and Fluffy play a game of looking for things that start with "W." Elmo shows up with Wolfgang, and Fluffy sprays everyone with water. Then they all play a rhyming game.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3896 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 0; science. Stinky finds a caterpillar on a leaf, and Gordon uses a computer simulation to show Stinky and Big Bird how it will become a butterfly. Big Bird decides to round up Zoe and some cheerleaders to encourage the butterfly out of the chrysalis, but Gordon explains that there's really nothing to do but wait until the insect is ready to emerge.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3895 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 12; science. Big Bird and Snuffy are planning a picnic, but the radio says it's going to rain. Alan suggests making it a rainy-day picnic: Eat inside, then go outside to play in the rain. Everyone has a great time—except, of course, for Oscar the Grouch, who is disappointed that the day turned out to be fun after all.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3894 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 18; literacy; coping with feelings. Telly and Baby Bear are reporters covering the "X" Games for the Wide World of Sesame Street Sports. Big Bird gets involved in the fun by volunteering to coach a little "x" who wants to go back and forth on a skateboard.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3893 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 8; identifying feelings. Baby Bear is upset because his grandmama keeps treating him like a baby. He sings the "Cootchie Cootchie Coo" song to tell her he's a big boy now. She gets the message, and they make plans to go bowling together.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3892 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 3; coping with feelings. Elmo and Zoe are playing the "Rotten Egg" game, but Elmo can never win because Zoe keeps changing the rules. Zoe finally promises not to call Elmo a rotten egg anymore—but then starts calling him a rotten potato chip. Elmo is mad and refuses to play with her, until Gordon steps in to work out a solution.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3891 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 5; social interactions; group relations. Oscar's old friend Felix comes to visit, but they end up arguing because Felix is a neat grouch and wants to clean up Oscar's trash can. Maria tells Oscar to let Felix know how he feels. When he does, Felix leaves. Then Oscar realizes that he misses their arguments!

Monster Sing Along

00:00 | #3890 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 4; literacy; reasoning. Lulu is making up a story, and Miles offers to write it down for her. Then Elmo wants to help with the story, but he and Lulu talk at the same time, and Miles can't understand them. Finally they realize they need to take turns to finish the story.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3889 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 2; coping with feelings. Miles tries to teach Elmo to play ping pong on Alan's new table, but Elmo has a lot of trouble until Alan helps out by holding him up so he's taller. Alan teaches Telly, and they sing "The Practice Song." Telly imagines himself playing ping pong while playing the tuba and eating.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3888 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 19; group relations. Rosita is trying to teach Ernie how to pretend to be a charro, a Mexican cowboy, but all he wants to do is ride his horse. After Gordon suggests that she tell Ernie why she's upset, they reach a compromise. Rosita ends up teaching several other kids to be charros, too.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3887 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 6; reasoning. Snuffy is wearing a cloud costume for a Snufflegarden play, and his mother has warned him to keep it clean. But while they are playing, Alan's tea spills on the costume. Everyone pitches in, but they can't quite get the stain out. Snuffy is afraid his mom will be mad. But Gina, Alan, and Big Bird explain that it was an accident, and she doesn't get upset after all.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3886 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 17; social interactions. Seeing Big Bird and Snuffy playing tag together, Rosita decides to find a best friend of her own. Herry asks her to play with him, but she says she can't because she's busy looking for a best friend. Herry offers to help, and after a while Rosita realizes that she already has a best friend: Herry!

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3885 | TV-Y

The letter "M" and the number 11; mathematics. Zoe and Telly start counting monsters, and Ernie comes along and suggests that they say the alphabet to encourage more monsters to show up. They all cap off the day by singing "M Is for Monster."

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3884 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 9; coping with feelings; reasoning. Big Bird is upset because he can't find Radar. Luis helps him calm down and find his favorite toy by retracing his steps.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3883 | TV-Y

The letter "F" and the number 20; literacy. Telly wants to play a hand-clapping game like Tarah and Gabi, but he's afraid it will be too hard for him. Gordon suggests that Telly and Rosita make up a game together, and they end up teaching the "Monsters Are Great" hand-clapping game to the girls.

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00:00 | #3881 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 14; identifying feelings. Baby Bear is enjoying a play date with his dad when Papa Bear is called away to deal with a problem at the honey factory. Baby Bear is sad, but Luis explains that sometimes grown-ups have to do their jobs first. After Papa Bear returns, he gets another call from work—but this time he tells them he's playing with his son for the rest of the day.

Valentine's Day

00:00 | #3882 | TV-Y

The letter "P" and the number 15; coping with feelings; identifying emotions. Slimey and Glo Worm are in love, and they are seen everywhere hugging and kissing. But Glo is a volunteer firefighter, and she has to leave when her beeper goes off. Slimey misses her, but then he is proud when she pulls up riding on a fire engine.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3880 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 19; literacy. Big Bird doesn't understand why Gordon and Susan are so excited about Maria's new computer, until Maria shows him how she can use it to print out a picture. They all start debating who gets to keep the picture, but then Maria explains that the computer can print copies for everybody.

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00:00 | #3879 | TV-Y

The letter "A" and the number 16; science; reasoning. Gordon explains some of the characteristics of living things, including breathing, eating, and growing. Big Bird and Snuffy decide to be explorers for a day and figure out what's alive and what's not.

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00:00 | #3878 | TV-Y

The letter "I" and the number 5; literacy. Lulu is afraid to try new things. But when Telly takes the Monster Clubhouse members on a field trip, she discovers how much fun it can be. Unfortunately, she gets so enthusiastic about trying new things that she ends up eating all of Alan's fruit salad.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3877 | TV-Y

The letter "B" and the number 18; literacy. Elizabeth wishes she could have bubbles around her all the time, and a Fairy Bubbleperson appears and grants her wish. But all the floating bubbles make it impossible for her to share her favorite book with Gordon, so she finally makes another wish to make them disappear.

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00:00 | #3876 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 5; identifying and coping with feelings. Luis is trying to repair the Zoemobile in the fix-it shop, but it's turning out to be harder than he had thought. Telly, Big Bird, and Zoe talk among themselves and wonder whether Maria could do a better job fixing it—but Luis overhears them. They apologize for hurting his feelings, and Luis ends up making the Zoemobile better than ever.

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00:00 | #3875 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 13. Snuffy spends all day helping his mother and can't come out to play, so Big Bird spends the day doing all kinds of things with other friends. After they tell each other all about their days, they try to figure out something exciting to do together.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3874 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 4; group relations. Snuffy can't sing the alphabet song with Big Bird because of all the things he has to do as a son, big brother, and nephew. Big Bird realizes that he has other identities, too—he's a cousin and a grandson. So when the two friends finally get together, they use the letters of the alphabet to name all of each other's relationships.

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00:00 | #3873 | TV-Y

The letter "L" and the number 1; coping with feelings. Ernie and Rubber Duckie start a Duckketeers group and start singing a song about waddling and quacking. Big Bird and the Birdketeers are upset at the competition at first, but then the two groups make up a song that they can all sing together.

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00:00 | #3872 | TV-Y

The letter "H" and the number 5; social interaction; group relations. His old friend Felix is coming to visit, so Oscar makes his trash can extra dirty in honor of his guest. But Felix turns out to be a neat grouch, and the two argue after he starts doing a little cleaning. On Maria's advice, Oscar tells Felix how he feels. Felix leaves, and Oscar realizes that he misses their arguments.

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00:00 | #3871 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 14; coping with feelings. Gabi tutors Miles on how to be a good babysitter, and Miles puts the lessons to use when Humphrey asks him to watch a grumpy Baby Natasha. When Gabi hears how Miles cheered the baby up by showing her the right way to play peek-a-boo, she is delighted with how well her "student" is doing.

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00:00 | #3870 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 10; literacy. Snuffy and Big Bird decide to make a movie of Big Bird saying the alphabet for the Animal Film Festival. By the time it's ready, the festival is over—but all the animals hear that there's one last film to see and gather to watch it together anyway.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3869 | TV-Y

The letter "S" and the number 16; literacy. Telly and Baby Bear play alphaquest and look for "S" words together. Later Baby Bear goes off to look for porridge, but ends up with a bowl of it on his head after some of Mumford's magic. When he meets back up with Telly, they decide to play lunchquest instead.

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00:00 | #3868 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 8; literacy. After Maria reads him a book called The King Who Told Everyone What To Do, Telly decides he'd like to be king. Baby Bear helps him at first, but then Telly starts to abuse his power. After Baby Bear tells him how he feels, Telly becomes a much kinder king.

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00:00 | #3867 | TV-Y

The letter "O" and the number 10; science; reasoning. Elmo and Telly want to pick the pretty flowers, but Luis explains that if everyone did that, there wouldn't be any left for others to enjoy. He also explains that flowers are alive and need water, just like people and animals.

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00:00 | #3866 | TV-Y

The letter "Y" and the number 1; group relations. Oscar's birthday is coming up, and he's dreading it because he thinks everyone will be nice to him. He's pleasantly surprised by the grouchy gifts he gets, but tells Telly to scram when Telly tries to hug him. Secretly, though, he's touched.

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00:00 | #3865 | TV-Y

The letter "N" and the number 17; literacy. Telly, Elmo, and Baby Bear make up a story together. Elmo begins it, Telly continues it, and Baby Bear is just about to finish it when his mother calls him home. Elmo and Telly imagine their own endings to the story, then Baby Bear returns and tells them what he originally had in mind.

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00:00 | #3864 | TV-Y

The letter "U" and the number 9; coping with feelings. Telly tries to find a quiet place to count to 10, but he keeps getting interrupted. Finally Maria offers to stand guard outside the Fixit Shop so he can do his counting in peace inside.

Sesame Street

00:00 | #3863 | TV-Y

The letter "C" and the number 14. Telly can't think of anything to bring to the Show and Tell that Telly, Rosita, and Big Bird are organizing, so he goes home and sits on his chair to think about it. Then the perfect solution dawns on him: He can take the chair!

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00:00 | #3862 | TV-Y

The letter "X" and the number 8; literacy. Baby Bear creates a Reading Club for himself, Elmo, and Zoe, and together they find all kinds of letters and words to read all over Sesame Street.

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00:00 | #3861 | TV-Y

The letter "G" and the number 3; coping with feelings. Maria tries to tell Telly that he's too young for the Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick his uncle has sent him. But it takes a series of crashes before Telly decides that maybe he should go back to his old pogo stick after all.

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00:00 | #3860 | TV-Y

The letter "Z" and the number 4; science. Telly is surprised to learn that his pet hamster, "Chuckie," is actually a female—and pregnant. While he buys baby-hamster supplies, Big Bird, Gina, and the kids try to guess how many babies will be born.

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00:00 | #3859 | TV-Y

The letter "Q" and the number 6; mathematics; social interaction. Telly enters a very plain triangle in the triangle-drawing contest, and Baby Bear enters a fancy one. When the Grand High Triangle Lover announces the winner, will their friendship survive?

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00:00 | #3858 | TV-Y

The letter "J" and the number 20; social interaction. When everyone cancels out on a play date, Zoe wishes her jacket could play with her. A Jacket Fairy appears and brings the jacket to life—but later has to change it back because Zoe needs to wear it, and it turns out that the enchanted jacket is too ticklish for that!

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00:00 | #3857 | TV-Y

The letter "V" and the number 8. Zoe thinks her overnight stay at Gina's will be just a private visit, but somehow Rosita, Elizabeth, Big Bear, Radar, Barkley, and an AM 8 all end up sleeping over, too. With all the commotion, Zoe has trouble getting to sleep. Gina suggests counting sheep, and gradually the apartment fills up with a herd of them.

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00:00 | #3856 | TV-Y

The letter "D" and the number 15; coping with feelings. It's Wormy Gras time, and Slimey is having trouble finding a costume. He finally decides to go as a grouch, only to discover that Silvia is also wearing a grouch costume. They argue, but Oscar settles things by pointing out that you need two grouches to have an argument.

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00:00 | #3855 | TV-Y

The letter "W" and the number 7; hygiene and health care; reasoning. Gordon, Linda, Telly, and Miles can't understand why Barkley is so afraid to get a bath—until Linda remembers that Barkley got soap in his eyes the last time. Telly convinces him to come out from his hiding place and take his bath by bringing his dad's swim goggles for Barkley to wear.

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00:00 | #3854 | TV-Y

The letter "E" and the number 17; literacy. Big Bird recommends Maria to the AM Birds as a babysitter, but then finds that the bird babies keep her so busy that she doesn't have time to read him a book. He feels neglected until Maria asks for his help taking care of the babies.

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00:00 | #3853 | TV-Y

The letter "R" and the number 12; reasoning. Maria can't take Elmo to the zoo because she has to work, so Elmo pretends to be different zoo animals for her instead. After recruiting some friends to help, he ends up bringing her an entire make-believe zoo.

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00:00 | #3852 | TV-Y

The letter "K" and the number 19; coping with feelings; literacy. Telly and Baby Bear find a kitten and decide to keep it, not realizing that it belongs to Elizabeth. When they see how upset she is about losing it, they finally give it back to her, and Elizabeth is so happy that she makes them the kitten's uncles.

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00:00 | #3851 | TV-Y

The letter "T" and the number 5; art appreciation; dance. Big Bird tries to help Elmo find a one-of-a-kind dance to do at a party. With the New York City Ballet demonstrating each idea, they discover that all kinds of movements can be made into dances.

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