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Episode 4086

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Sesame Street
Plot The world's greatest birdseed cookies
Air date April 7, 2005
Season Season 36 (2005)
Sponsors Q, 8
Releases C is for Cooking


This episode guide has been compiled from incomplete video material.
Picture Segment Description
Healthy Moment: Buster the Horse brushes his teeth to keep them healthy and clean after every meal. His breath also smells nice and minty too.
Alan welcomes the viewer and Big Bird arrives to tell him that his Granny Bird will be visiting today. He wants to do something special for her and hands Alan her recipe for the "World's Best Birdseed Cookies." Alan checks to make sure he has all the ingredients and they're ready to bake.
SCENE cont'd
Baby Bear enters Hooper's Store (humming "P is for porridge...") and orders his usual. Unfortunately, porridge is one of ingredients and Alan only has one box. Baby Bear sacrifices the porridge for Big Bird and instead has a bowl of fruit salad. He sends his best wishes to Granny Bird and exits.

SCENE cont'd
Alan and Big Bird read the recipe, which dictates they must prepare the cookies with a song. Big Bird wonders how many cookies the recipe will make, when the Count appears and helps them count the lumps of cookie dough they lay in the pan.
SCENE cont'd
While the cookies begin to sit in the oven, Cookie Monster follows their scent into the store. He is disappointed to find out the cookies are for Granny Bird. Out of "idle curiosity," he asks what she looks like. Big Bird describes her appearance and runs off. Alan brings the cookies out of the oven, when Big Bird hears someone calling him outside.

SCENE cont'd
Big Bird finds Cookie Monster, posing as his Granny Bird. After having a Little Red Riding Hood moment, Cookie's cover is blown when the real Granny Bird arrives. She offers him one and they all share the cookies, except Alan, who claims he's on a low-birdseed diet.
The Squirrelles sing "Cracking Nuts."
The Letter of the Day: Q
Cookie Monster eats the little stemmy part of the Letter Q Cookie, and Prairie Dawn thinks it is the letter O.
(First: Episode 3982)
Girls giggle as they clap their way to the letter Q.
(EKA: Episode 3718)
A page (David Rudman) tries to make way for Queen Quagmire, but a duck gets in his way.
(EKA: Episode 4073)
Telly learns the sign language word of the day: "Run."

"Get On Up and Move Your Body"
(EKA: Episode 3410)

Muppet & Kid Moments: Grover asks Maya what her favorite exercise is.
Ernie and Elmo sing "Share"
(EKA: Episode 3977)
Cavemen look for a place to sit.
(EKA: Episode 4031)

Global Grover: Grover has brought back coconut leaves from Bangladesh. In his film, a child retrieves coconut leaves for his friends to make toys from.Afterwards, Grover shows off his leaf watch, glasses, hat, and pogo stick.

The Number of the Day: A remake of the Number Song Series brings forth 8.
Milo Counting: 8
(EKA: Episode 3554)
Little Chrissy sings "Eight Balls of Fur."
(EKA: Episode 2883)
The King of Eight
(EKA: Episode 0270)
Detective Jane Tuesday looks for a snack both crunchy and sweet. She finds it thanks to her brother, munching on an apple.
Apple: a riddle
(EKA: Episode 3125)
Elmo's World: Farms
(EKA: Episode 3879)
The Adventures of Trash Gordon: Chapter 269
Trash Gordon saves the day on the planet Trash Pile.

Known Edits

Picture Segment Description
Two boys create ice cream sundaes using low-fat vanilla ice cream, nuts, and a pear.

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