Telly's favorite singer, LMNOP is going to perform on Sesame Street but his entire entourage goes missing! Will he have to cancel his show?
They say patience is a virtue, but try telling that to Cookie Monster when he’s waiting for a fresh batch of Chris’ cookies to finish baking! Chris offers him some carrots to tide him over when out of nowhere, a reporter for Extra Sesame Street Mario Lopez shows up and catches Cookie in the act! Will Cookie be known as a Veggie Monster from here on out?
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! They wipe, they scrub, they vacuum, but nothing seems to work. It’s going to take a village and some imagination to fix this mess!
Big Bird and Snuffy are hosting "The Letter of the Day" show. When one of the letters breaks, they'll have to use their powers of deduction to figure out what it was.
Leela is rocking her niece to sleep and needs quiet so that she stays asleep. Noise Patrol officers, Telly and Elmo vow to help keep the volume down on Sesame Street!
Brandeis wants a job. He gets offers from Leela and Chris, but he can't fold laundry or sweep with paws! When Elmo sees Gina training a service dog he gets an idea!
Nighty-night! Big Bird is excited to sleep in his new pajamas but when Gordon tucks him in, he can’t seem to get comfortable. There’s something bothering Big Bird but he can’t put his wing on it. This is a problem that only a sleep consultant can solve. As luck would have it, the Princess from the Princess and the Pea arrives to help diagnose the issue. Joel McHale meets with some “prickly” characters, in Abby’s Flying Fairy School it’s nap time, and in Elmo’s World it’s time to catch some z’s.
Telly, Elmo, and Rosita are using their five senses to help their friends by spotting lost gloves and sniffing out sour milk. What else will they discover?
Whoosh! It's a windy autumn day and Stinky is under a pile of leaves. Chris, Elmo, and Rosita dig him out, then Rosita begins to problem-solve, trying to figure out which tree the leaves are from. The friends become leaf detectives, comparing a leaf from the pile with leaves on surrounding trees. Will they find a match? Special guest star Ken Jeong explains the word “deciduous.” Plus, in Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures, there's a frog race, and in Abby's Flying Fairy School, it's opposite day! Finally, Murray experiments with twirlers, and it’s time to learn about the weather in Elmo's World.
Sesame has sprung a leak. While Susan runs to tell Maria and Luis about the flood, Ernie and Bert’s beds become sailboats. Help, Gordon, help! Special guest star John Krasinski floats by to explain the word “soggy.” Plus, in Abby's Flying Fairy School, the pals meet Morty the Musical Muse, and there’s more fun with Super Grover 2.0. Finally, Murray experiments with a Rube Goldberg contraption, and step to it, because Elmo's World is all about feet.
There’s some serious work to be done at 123 Sesame Street, but Gordon stubbornly insists he doesn't need any help. When things keep breaking, Susan, Chris, and The Count suggest that Gordon hire a super—but do they mean a superintendent or a Super Grover? Watch to find out! Special guest Nicole Kidman explains what “stubborn” means. There’s some magical fun brewing in Abby's Flying Fairy School. Plus, Murray experiments with tools, and Elmo demonstrates the words “open” and “close” in Elmo’s World.
Telly missed Leela’s yoga class, so Rosita and Elmo offer to teach him what they learned. Can Telly find his balance point? Ohhmm.
Humpty Dumpty is at a football game when an injured player needs replacing. This could be Humpty’s big break, but Telly's in a tizzy because Eggs + Football = Trouble. Telly takes on the challenge of creating a protective second shell for his friend. Will Humpty score a touchdown? Special guest star Jesse Tyler Ferguson explains the word “fragile.” In Abby's Flying Fairy School, the friends take the "Cinderella Challenge," and in Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures, Ernie, Bert, and Rubber Duckie are "The Three Duckateers." Murray flies a kite, and in Elmo's World, the “sky” is the limit!
Marco and pals celebrate Latin culture through song, dance, language, and more. There’s a big feast to enjoy too, so as Rosita says, when there’s música, baile, and comida, it’s time to have a fiesta with your amigos! Guest star Sofia Vergara explains the word “baile,” and singer Juanes performs a Spanish song. Also, lunch becomes enchanted at Abby's Flying Fairy School, and there’s more fun in store with Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures. Murray experiments with racquets (tennis, anyone?), and it’s time to learn how to get dressed in Elmo's World.
Oscar makes a mess in Grouchology class. His professor (Jason Jones) gives an assignment that includes three important objectives: observing, recording, and annoying. This will be the easiest A ever! Special guest Jerry O'Connell explains the word “observe.” Smile and say “cheese” for picture day at Abby's Flying Fairy School, and watch as Bert and Ernie become dog-walkers in Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures. Finally, Murray experiments with umbrellas, and pets are popular in Elmo's World.
It's Bubblefest on Sesame Street! Alan and Chris are in charge, and they've created some fun bubble challenges, including a competition to find the perfect bubble mixture and a pop quiz. But it's Abby and Elmo who blow everyone away with one really big bubble! George Lopez visits the Street to explain what "liquid" is. It's letter "B" day at Abby's Flying Fairy School, and Super Grover 2.0 uses his powers of observation. Finally, Murray experiments with bubbles, and things are very "fishy" in Elmo's World.
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