Gordon and Susan's nephew, Chris Robinson, just moved to Sesame Street. He is looking for a job in the Help Wanted section of the newspaper because he needs money to buy books for school.
Monster on the Spot reporter Telly presents Try a New Food Day on Sesame Street. Everyone is willing to give things a try, but when Telly is faced with a non-triangular sandwich, the holiday might come to a halt! Also: Wanda the Word Fairy visits the grocery store, and Bert and Ernie sing about their favorite breakfast foods. This episode is brought to you by the letter V and the number 16.
While Gina is away in Guatemala, everyone back on Sesame Street is making preparations for her return with baby Marco. Crib, diapers, baby-proofed apartment—check! Also: Grammy Award winner Jill Scott sings “We Are All Earthlings”; Elmo helps present the Sign Language Moment of the Day: exercise! This episode is brought to you by the letter D and the number 11.
Gina is traveling to Guatemala to adopt her new baby, Marco, and everyone on Sesame Street is happily pitching in to help her prepare for her trip! Also: Wayne Brady sings, and Sesame Street Dinner Theater presents: “Veg Side Story.” This episode is brought to you by the letter G and the number 1.
Zoe is dressed as a potato, Rosita is a tortilla, and Telly is an asparagus stalk… why yes, it’s the Healthy Food Pageant! Now if only Elmo could find his broccoli costume, he could join the fun too! Also: Nathan Lane sings with the Oinker Sisters and Global Grover presents some tasty foods from France. This episode is brought to you by the letter A and the number 13.
Snuffy and Big Bird want to play with their new friend Marco, Gina's baby. Gina suggests that they think like babies to come up with games that everyone can play together.
There's a lot of excitement on Sesame Street because Gina is adopting a baby! After a lot of planning, today is the day that Gina is flying to Guatemala to pick up her baby, Marco, and bring him home.
Prairie Dawn and the gang are putting on a "Healthy Food Pageant."
Everyone keeps interrupting Maria and Luis’s wedding anniversary celebration—will they ever find time to be alone? Also: Matt Lauer conducts a hard-hitting interview with Cookie Monster, and Ernie sings “Somebody Come and Play.” This episode is brought to you by the letter H and the number 3.
Herb, the plant-eating dinosaur, is enjoying all that Sesame Street has to offer, but not everyone believes that there’s a giant prehistoric lizard eating a salad at Hooper’s Store! Also: Miles, Zoe, and Elmo sing a song about breakfast. Global Grover demonstrates a musical instrument from Puerto Rico. This episode is brought to you by the letter W and the number 0.
All the residents of Sesame Street are celebrating Gabi and Miles’ graduation from high school. Elmo can’t believe that they’re done with school before he’s even started! Also: The worms are working out and persuade Oscar to sing them a song; Ernie and Bert reminisce about their friendship. This episode is brought to you by the letter P and the number 15.
No one can believe their eyes but Herb, the plant eating dinosaur, has come to Sesame Street.
Abby Cadabby is so excited about her first day at the Storybook Community School that she zaps herself back to Sesame Street to tell Elmo all about it. When it’s time for show and tell, Abby asks Elmo to help her come up with something great to share! Also: Professor Grover teaches his class about the word “escuela.” This episode is brought to you by the letter C and the number 2.
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.
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