123 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!
Things keep breaking at 123 Sesame Street, but Gordon refuses all help. Everyone thinks Gordon should hire a super--but do they mean a superintendent or a Super Grover?
Humpty Dumpty gets his big break, but Telly's in a tizzy because Eggs + Football just don't mix. Will Humpty be able to play and save the day? Special guest Jesse Tyler Ferguson.
Marco and pals celebrate Latin culture through song, dance, and more. As Rosita says, when there's música, baile, and comida, it's time to fiesta with your amigos!
Through music, dance and food, Gina and Rosita teach Gina's adopted son, Marco, who was born in Guatemala, about Spanish language and culture.
Oscar's professor in Grouchology class gives an assignment that includes three important objectives: observing, recording, and annoying. This will be the easiest A ever!
It's Bubblefest and Alan and Chris are running the show. They've created some fun challenges, but it's Abby and Elmo who blow everyone away with one really big bubble! Special guest George Lopez.
Zoe wants Rocco the rock to float, but he's too heavy. Leela proposes a group experiment, so she, Elmo, and Zoe attempt to invent the perfect boat to keep Rocco afloat. Special guest Craig Ferguson.
Hubert the Human Cannonball will be launched from a cannon into a bucket of blue gelatin. Baby Bear, Elmo, and Telly are there to help, but things don't go as planned!
Abby Cadabby tries using magic to help Leela and Chris get ready for a party. Will her magic rhymes succeed, or will her friends be stuck wearing off-the-wall outfits? Also in this episode: Zoe Saldana and Elmo talk about different types of transportation. Brought to you by the letter Z and the number 15.
It’s Grouch Mother’s Day, which means Oscar’s mother and his sister Bunny are visiting Sesame Street! Who will give Mrs. Grouch the stinkiest, yuckiest gift—Oscar or Bunny? Will Mrs. Grouch’s day be ruined enough to be considered a success? Also in this episode: Rachel Griffiths teaches the word “dozen” by showing 12 eggs, bagels, and penguins. Brought to you by the letter Y and the number 12.
If there’s one thing Oscar the Grouch hates, it’s cleanliness. He starts a new company, Dirtballs, to spread dirt all over Sesame Street. But as Oscar gets to work, the extra dirt seems to make his neighbors happy. Yuck! Also in this episode: Usher teaches Elmo about the word “volunteer.” Brought to you by the letter D and the number 17.
Elmo is babysitting Rocco, Zoe’s pet rock. When Elmo gets distracted, Rocco goes missing!
Telly Monster and Baby Bear are reporting on Sesame Street’s Fairy Tale Science Fair, where fairy tale characters solve their problems using science. Also in this : Samantha Harris and Elmo explain the word “reporter,” and Ernie sings his Daytime Emmy-nominated song, “I Wonder.” Brought to you by the letter W and the number 18.
It’s Twins Day on Sesame Street, and Chris introduces his twin sister Christy to his friends. Abby and Zoe do their best to pretend to be twins, but not even Abby’s magic can help. Can Abby and Zoe find something in common before the Twins Day party? Also in this episode: The View’s Sherri Shepherd helps Abby learn the word “identical.” Brought to you by the letter S and the number 2.
Abby Cadabby tries using magic to help Leela and Chris get ready for a party. Will her magic rhymes succeed, or will her friends be stuck wearing off-the-wall outfits?
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