It's Abby's first day of school at the Storybook Community School and she is very excited!
Big Bird is still small after The Amazing Mumford’s spell! Will he ever get back to “normal” and if not, will he have to change his name? Also: Alicia Keys and Elmo sing “I Keep on Dancing Again,” while Bert and Ernie start their day with a bowl of oatmeal. This episode is brought to you by the letter L and the number 7.
The Amazing Mumford waves his magic wand and accidentally shrinks Big Bird down to the size of a paper clip! Big Bird tries to make the most of his new perspective, but when Snuffy can’t find him and all of the adults are over at Hooper’s Store, he’s got to find a way to get help! Also: The Count watches his new favorite TV show, 24, and Diana Krall sings “Everybody’s Song” with Elmo. This episode is brought to you by the letter M and the number 20.
Telly and Rosita want to play tag, but they need a third person. They ask the new girl, but when she doesn’t acknowledge them, they realize that she can’t hear. Bob explains that she’s deaf and tells them all about how they can communicate with her using sign language. Also: Global Grover learns about living on a kibbutz when he visits Israel, and Linda performs a duet with percussionist Evelyn Glennie. This episode is brought to you by the letter C and the number 2.
Super Grover visits the Street looking for ways to help people, but he finds that Super Chicken has beaten him to it. Super Grover feels dejected and wonders if anyone needs him anymore—will he hang up his cape for good? Also: Maya Angelou teaches Baby Natasha about the letter N, and Oscar the Grouch sings his own version of “Bein’ Green.” This episode is brought to you by the letter N and the number 13.
Donald Grump, who owns more trash than any other Grouch, is looking for a Grouch apprentice to help him sort all of his precious trash. Will it be Oscar? Grundgetta? Or will Elmo be Donald Grump’s apprentice? Find out! Also: Bob and Telly sing “I Am Your Friend,” and Larry King interviews the letter W. This episode is brought to you by the letter W and the number 0.
Baby Bear and Telly are writing a story. Baby Bear wants it to be about a magical bowl of porridge, but Telly wants it to be about a magic triangle. Luckily, Maria suggests that they collaborate and merge their ideas into one great story—don’t miss the surprise ending! Also: Big Bird’s “Journey to Ernie” takes him to Rubber Duckie Land, and Big Bird meets close-up artist Chuck Close. This episode is brought to you by the letter F and the number 11.
When Mumford shrinks Big Bird, his new friend, Mike the Lady Bug helps him on his quest to be big again. Celebrity guest Alicia Keys.
When Mumford shows off his new magic trick on Sesame Street, Big Bird learns what it's like to not be so big. Celebrity guest Diana Krall.
When Bobs deaf niece visits Sesame Street Telly, Rosita and all of their friends learn how to speak with their hands. Celebrity guest Evelyn Glennie.
As Super Chicken quickly comes to the rescue and solves everyone's problems, Super Grover begins to feel sad and useless as a superhero. He thinks that perhaps his friends on Sesame Street don't need him anymore. Celebrity guest Maya Angelou.
Donald Grump, the grouch with the most trash in the world, is looking for a new apprentice. Oscar, Grundgetta, and Elmo can't wait to meet him because if they get chosen, they will get to keep some of Grump's trash. Celebrity guest Larry King.
Baby Bear and Telly decide to use their imaginations to write a story together, but have a hard time deciding on whether their story should be about a magic bowl of porridge or a magic triangle. Celebrity guest Chuck Close.
Snuffy dreams of being a cloud in the sky, but he’s… well… a Snuffleupagus! When his Fairy Balloon Person (Richard Kind) appears to grant his wish, there’s just one little problem—what happens when he wants to come down? Also: Maria wants to read, but an elephant convinces her to practice kicking her feet instead, and Ernie sings “Imagine That.” This episode is brought to you by the letter K and the number 12.
The Big Bad Wolf feels so exhausted from having to chase pigs and dress up like a Grandma all the time that he decides to take a vacation. Celebrity guest Harvey Fierstein.
Baby Bear has his first day at the Story Book Community School and misses his family. Celebrity guest Shirley Jones.
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