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|Plot||Telly falls from his pogo stick|
|Air date||April 20, 2004|
|Syndication||PBS Kids Sprout|
| ||My Favorite Sesame Street Moments: Seth Green credits the show for inspiring him to get into acting. Clips of the Sesame Street Cast in sketches are shown through the song, "Somebody Come and Play."|
| || ||Telly welcomes the viewers to Sesame Street and tells everyone that he is boinging on his pogo stick. He shows off his boinging to Maria and two other ladies, who clap for him. Then Big Bird comes by and asks Telly if he wants to go roller-skating, and Steven asks if he wants to ride bikes, but Telly would rather boing on his pogo stick. Telly enjoys boinging so much that he begins to sing, "Boinging Is For Me," with two Anything Muppet kids on pogo sticks.|
| || ||As Telly does his big boing, he flips through the air and crashes. Maria and Big Bird check to see if Telly's okay. Telly says he's fine, but is also shocked that he fell off his pogo stick since it never happened to him before. When Maria hands Telly his pogo stick, he imagines what would happen when he started boinging again and decides not to go on. Maria gives him the expression, “When you fall off the horse, you've got to get right back on," and tells him if he needs her help, she'll be at the Mail It Shop.|
| ||Telly worries that he can never get back on his pogo stick. Just then, a horse arrives after hearing that someone needed to get back on a horse. Telly is picked up on to the horse's back, but explains that he fell off his pogo stick, not a horse. The horse then proceeds to boing up and down and assures Telly that if he can boing on a horse, he can boing on his pogo stick. The horse then trots away to help someone who's fallen off their tricycle.|
| ||Telly attempts to try again, but after he imagines himself falling off a second time, he still doesn't want to do it. Big Bird understands how Telly feels and tells him about when he tripped over a chicken while roller-skating the day before. He remembered what his Granny Bird told him, "When you fall off your roller skates, you have to get right back on." However, Telly disagrees, arguing that he fell off his pogo stick for no reason while Big Bird fell over a chicken.|
| || ||Big Bird says that everyone falls sometimes and reminds Telly of the nursery rhyme, "Humpty Dumpty." Humpty Dumpty arrives after hearing his name and gladly helps out with Telly’s problem. As Humpty sits on the wall near 123 Sesame Street, Telly explains his fear of falling down. Humpty says falling's no big deal, adding that he falls down all the time whenever someone mentions his nursery rhyme. Telly tries to understand and as he recites the nursery rhyme, Humpty falls off and cracks. All the king's horses and all the king's men have to pick up his remains. One of the king’s horses mentions, "When you fall off a wall, you've got to get right back on."|
| ||Telly doesn't feel any better and thinks he should give up boinging. Just then, the two kids on their pogo sticks ask Telly to join them, but Telly says he's giving up because of his fear of falling off. The two kids try to comfort Telly, saying "When you fall off the pogo stick, you have to get right back on." After hearing that, Telly understands and tries again at boinging on his pogo stick. He finally succeeds and reprises "Boinging Is For Me," with the two kids as Maria and Big Bird congratulate him.|
| ||Muppet & Kid Moments: Grover asks Jo about what happens if she falls off her bike. Jo replies that she doesn't fall off because she has training wheels. It surprises Grover.|
| || "Big Kid Photo Album"|
Artist: Lisa Crafts
(EKA: Episode 3441)
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Cookie Monster thinks that singing can stop him from eating the Letter L Cookie.
(EKA: Episode 3981)
| || L / l (space paint)|
(EKA: Episode 3216)
| ||Jane Tuesday: The Letter L|
| || The Spanish Word of the Day: leche|
Rosita drinks the word leche, the Spanish word for "milk."
(First: Episode 3988)
| || Chundo, one of Wegman's dogs, drinks milk from a glass.|
(EKA: Episode 3769)
| ||Venus Williams plays "Pretend Tennis" with Elmo.|
| || "The First Time" - Children try various activities (riding tricycles, tying shoes, etc.) and progressively improve.|
(EKA: Episode 2988)
| || Journey To Ernie: Barnyard|
Big Bird looks for Ernie at a barnyard by asking questions to the animals there.
(First: Episode 4032)
| || Ernie and Bert|
Ernie sings "I Love My Room" about all the things he can do in his room - which is also Bert's room.
(First: Episode 3950)
| ||Global Grover: Grover has driven back from South Africa in his wire car. In his film, Niyanja and his cousins make toy cars out of scrap wire.|
| ||Two clay figures take turns playing basketball.|
| || The Number of The Day: 11|
Balloons and confetti show up after The Count learns that the number of the day is 11.
(First: Episode 3987)
| || Rap #11|
(EKA: Episode 2598)
| || A girl types the number 11 on a computer, matches it with another one, and sees 11 elephants.|
(First: Episode 3885)
| || Elmo's World: Hands |
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