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|Written by||Annie Evans|
|Directed by|| Ken Diego|
|Video|| Birthdays, Games & More!|
Elmo and Abby's Birthday Fun!
| First Appearance|
| Earliest Known Appearance|
| ||Elmo sings a few lines of "Happy Birthday To You", then opens the door to a pile of gifts and party decorations that fall into the room. A montage of children celebrating birthdays plays.|
|Dorothy has a birthday cake decoration in her fish bowl. Elmo announces that today is Dorothy's birthday. She wants to know how to wrap a present.|
|Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle pulls too much paper off the roll, then too much tape, and finally wraps a gift but tapes his finger to the package.|
|Kids show Dorothy how they wrap gifts and each conclude by wishing Dorothy a happy birthday. Elmo asks a baby with a gift box and a self-adhesive bow.|
|Elmo asks the viewer to help him count CGI candles on a birthday cake and how many elephants are needed to blow the candle. There was only one elephant because it must Elephant's birthday!|
|Elmo asks questions about what can have birthdays and what can't. Oscar the Grouch appears in a question on whether trash cans have birthdays.|
|Several Muppet fish wish Dorothy a happy birthday.|
|Elmo's friend Hampton and his dad bake and decorate a birthday cake for Hampton's mom.|
|The Birthday Channel shows "The Girl Who Loved Birthdays", about a girl that travels around the world to celebrate her friends' birthdays in different countries: Iceland, Mexico, and Israel. Then the girl flew back to Ypsilanti to celebrate her own birthday. Coming up next: Born Free, Born on the 4th of July, and Born Yesterday .|
|Elmo talks to a gaily decorated birthday cake, "Is it fun being a birthday cake?". The cake responded by saying, "Yes, it's a piece of cake".|
| ||Dorothy imagines the day Elmo was born, Elmo blowing out his first birthday candle and pinning the tail on a donkey. This scene is unique in that it features many different Elmo variants all performed by Kevin Clash. Elmo's parents are named after Kevin Clash's parents.|
| Elmo and Birthday Cake sang "Happy Birthday to You" to Dorothy as balloons fell from the sky. In the end, Dorothy wants everyone to sing The Birthday Song.|
On the "Birthday Fun" DVD, "Happy Birthday" is edited out.