|Plot||The Cute But Not So Fuzzy Four|
|Air date||April 19, 2004|
|Season||Season 35 (2004)|
|Syndication||PBS Kids Sprout|
|Releases||Sing It, Elmo!|
| ||My Favorite Sesame Street Moments: Wendy Wasserstein|
| ||Elmo, Grover, Zoe and Rosita are part of a singing group, "The Cute and Fuzzy Four." They have a gig at Hooper's Store, but Zoe's Daddy and Rosita's mother send them home, and Grover has to go to work at Charlie's Restaurant, making the performance impossible. Now Elmo has no band since he cannot sing by himself and wonders what to do.|
| ||Meanwhile, Gordon's father (played by Carl Gordon) comes over. Gordon, Miles, and Gordon's father are trying to figure out something they all can do together when they learn that Elmo needs some new singing partners. Elmo asks Miles to participate in the performance, since he is in a singing group. Miles told Elmo that he is spending time with Gordon's father, but Gordon's father tells Miles to sing with Elmo since it is good to help a friend.|
| ||When Elmo asks Gordon to join his band, Miles doesn't think that his dad would be in a band because he is not into music. Then Gordon revealed that as a teenager in the 1970s, he was once in a band known as "The Electric Three" with Luis and Bob. The Electric Three performed a rock version of "Rubber Duckie".|
| || ||When Elmo asks Gordon's father to participate in his singing band, Gordon is surprised to learn that his dad was a singer known as "Johnny Uno" and he had a hit song called "Do the Macaroni." He remembers he was performing the song in 1955 on Sesame Street Bandstand.|
| || ||The four of them get together that night and perform at Hooper's Store as "The Cute But Not So Fuzzy Four." Everyone on Sesame Street (including Maria, Luis, Ernie, Bert, Telly, Zoe, Prairie Dawn, Susan, Alan, and various other residents) has gathered in front of the courtyard to listen to them.|
| || Hands embrace the word "LOVE." (new sound effects added)|
(EKA: Episode 0926)
| || "Doing the Family Thing"|
(EKA: Episode 3180)
| || The Letter of the Day: K|
Cookie Monster teaches Prairie Dawn a new K word, "Kowabunga."
| || Ornate Ks fly through the air to a song.|
(EKA: Episode 2945)
| ||A baby kangaroo tries to find his mother. He meets many other alphabet animal pairs, and eventually finds his match.|
| || The Spanish Word of the Day: sí, no|
Does Rosita have time for the Spanish Word Of The Day, or doesn't she?
(First: Episode 3981)
This segment was cut from the 2016 DVD release.
| ||A boy narrates a film of he and his siblings attending "Deaf Dance Jam", a dance class for the hearing-impaired.|
| || Journey to Ernie: Musical Instrument Land|
(First: Episode 4031)
| ||Ernie and Bert: Ernie has trouble sleeping, so he decides to play his bugle to make himself sleepy. His bugle playing wakes up Bert, however, and Bert tells him to think before he plays the bugle, so Ernie decides to play his drums, but then Bert tells him to think before he does anything.|
| || ||Global Grover: Grover and a kangaroo named Sheila return from Australia. In his film, Lenny demonstrates his dugout house. Afterwards, Grover and Sheila try digging a house of their own on Sesame Street, with unforeseen consequences.|
| || Global Thingy|
Popcorn Thingy learns to share.
(First: Episode 4044)
| || The Number of the Day|
The Count counts 4 bats, but their scrambling around doesn't make it easy for him.
| || Number Guy: ‘’’How Many Elephants Can You Fit in a Room?’’’ The answer is 4.|
(EKA: Episode 3358)
| || The Count counts the musicians in the Tokyo String Quartet.|
(EKA: Episode 3266)
| Elmo's World: Families|
(First: Episode 3975)
| || The Adventures of Trash Gordon|
Trash drives his spaceship around a giant space chicken, for no other reason than to get to the other side.
- Although the song that is sung at the performance is "Monster in the Mirror," everybody refers to this song as "The Wubba Wubba Wubba Song," and only a few lyrics are sung, leaving out the "Monster in the Mirror" parts.
- In this episode, Gordon says that he, Bob, and Luis were in a band during the 1970s. However, the characters were already adults when the series began in 1969, and Luis didn't join the cast until 1971.
- Luis talks about being in love with Maria, even though they weren't actually in love on the show until 1988.
- Bob's remark that he hopes that Maria doesn't break up the band is a reference to Yoko Ono breaking up The Beatles.
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