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Sesame Street
Plot "What Happens Next" show
Air date June 2, 2005
Season Season 36 (2005)
Sponsors R, 10


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Healthy Moment: Grover says that jumping is a great way to move the body and make them healthy and strong. At that moment, Grover slips and falls down. He replies that jumping is fun, but falling down isn't.
Alan is talking to Elmo, when he notices the viewer and welcomes us to Sesame Street. Elmo explains that Alan is trying to help him decide what to do today until they are in luck!
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Suddenly the store lights dim down and lights flashed around. A voice announce that it is time for every Grouch’s favorite game show, "What Happens Next?," hosted by Oscar the Grouch, who is rotten to be here! Alan doesn’t know much about this Grouch game show, but Oscar explains it has science, music, and worms. The game sounded interesting that Elmo wanted to play.

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Oscar introduced Slimey, who is ready for a swim. Then he shows us Slimey’s little pool of mud and asks Elmo to guess what happens when Slimey dives into his pool. Before they start, two grouches and Oscar sings, “What Happens Next?”

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When the song ends, Oscar asks Elmo if Slimey will make a big splash or a little splash, when he dives into his little pool of mud. Elmo ponders that Slimey is little, so he would make a little splash. So Slimey jumps into the pool and makes a little splash. Oscar replied that Elmo got the answer right.

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As Alan and Elmo cheered, Oscar announce that the game wasn’t over. Slimey is going to dive again, but now he is going to jump on a higher diving board. Oscar tells Elmo to formulate a hypothesis, which Alan explains means to guess again. Elmo isn’t sure how to answer and ask Alan for help. Alan explains that even though Slimey is little, he is on a high diving board and would travel fast when diving. Elmo concludes that Slimey would make a big splash, which Slimey does and Alan gets splashed with some mud. Elmo’s prize is the mud. Oscar then announces that they are out of here leaving Elmo happy and Alan angry!
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At the Mail It Shop, Maria and Luis were helping a penguin send his earmuffs to his friends in Antarctica. Suddenly, the lights dim down and the announcer’s voice announced that it is time once again to play "What Happens Next?" As Oscar, who is having a grouchy time, pops up, Maria and Luis told him that they didn’t want to play and are busy. However, Elmo comes by and wants to play the game again.


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Slimey appears on a little skateboard and Grundgetta comes with a little fan. Oscar then asks what would happen when she turns on the fan and then two Grouches and Oscar sang, "What Happens Next?," again.
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Elmo hypothesis that the little fan will blow air and it would move Slimey and his skateboard because based on Maria, air moves things (Oscar forbids Maria to give Elmo hints!). As Grundgetta turns on the fan, air did come out and push Slimey and his skateboard. Elmo got the answer right again.

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Just when everyone thought the game was over, Oscar asks what would happen to a big fan when it blows? As Grundgetta brings in a big fan, Maria and Luis were freaking out because they know the outcome, but Elmo wanted to guess and reply that the big fan will move something big. With that, Grundgetta turns on the fan and it blew Maria, Luis, the penguin, and all the mailing letter on the table. Oscar announced that Elmo got the answer right and his prize is the air all around them and promises Elmo to catch him later. Elmo is happy, but Maria, Luis, and the penguin were angry because they are covered in mailing letters.
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Gordon is reading the newspaper when the lights dim down and the voice announced that it is time once again to play "What Happens Next?" As Oscar pops up, Gordon (or Teach in Oscar's point of view) tries to avoid playing the game, but Elmo comes up again and pleads Gordon to play the game till he agrees.
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Slimey appears again and he is very hungry. There is an apple for him to have, but a wall is blocking Slimey's way from getting to the apple. Oscar asks Elmo to guess on how Slimey will get his lunch. Elmo guessed that Slimey can go around the wall, but Gordon points out that there is another way Slimey can get the apple because he is a worm (when Oscar forbids Gordon to give hints to Elmo!). Elmo remembers that worms are great climbers and that Slimey could climb up the wall to get to his food. Slimey does that and is able to get the apple to eat. Elmo cheers that he got it right, but Oscar points out that the game isn’t over.

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This time, Oscar has a big bowl of peanuts and a bigger wall besides it. At that moment, The Elephant, or a pachyderm, arrives after Oscar announce for it to come in. Oscar asks Elmo, “How will the elephant get the peanuts now?” Before Elmo could make a guess, the elephant couldn’t wait any longer and…

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…charged through the wall, knocking Gordon and the table. Elmo learns that worms can go around or over the wall, but elephants can go through the wall! As Gordon got up, he got angry and told Oscar to stop playing, but Oscar disagrees and decides to play this game show all day long.

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Suddenly, Oscar’s cellphone rang and he answered it. It was the president of Grouch TV and he told Oscar that his game show is making the audience happy. Oscar is angry that his audience is happy and decides to quit his career and take his show off the air, which caused the audience to boo to that announcement! Elmo doesn’t know what to do now since the game show is over, but the Elephant suggested that they play leapfrog together. Elmo likes that game and he plays with the elephant; leaving Slimey to eat his apple and Gordon, who is dumbstruck at what just happen.
The Magnificent Splasho demonstrates before and after.
(EKA: Episode 2282)
"It's the Shpritzer Honker Splasher Sprinkler Tweeter Squirt," the wettest musical instrument.
(EKA: Episode 3408)
Muppets / Celebrity
India.Arie and Elmo sing the The Alphabet Song.
The Letter of the Day: R

Cookie Monster raps about the letter R because his rule is not to eat the letter while he is singing his letter song! When the rap ends, however, he devours the letter cookie because there is no rule for eating the letter after singing the letter song!
(First: Episode 3995)

"Letter R Menu"
(EKA: Episode 3853)
R for robot, rabbit, run, read, rock, rocket.
(EKA: Episode 3137)
Jane Tuesday eats a tasty red raspberry and tells us to "Eat Your Colors Today.”
The Spanish Word of the Day:
Rosita repeatedly sings the chorus of the "Conga Counting Song" to teach us how to count to 10 in Spanish.
Healthy food song: Broccoli
Big Bird wants to take a rest from playing tag with Elmo, but Elmo wants to keep playing. Through song, Big Bird emphasizes the importance of resting to Elmo. As they rest, they watch some kids ride on their scooters, Zoe dancing, and Telly bouncing on his pogo stick. When the song is over, Big Bird is ready to continue the game of tag with Elmo.
Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Sleeps" (re-filmed version)
(EKA: Episode 3026)
Muppet & Kid Moments: Grover talks to Sara about the word, Quiet.
(EKA: Episode 2608)
Ernie and Bert: Bert tries to play a “Guess What's Next" pattern game with Ernie with paper clips and bottle caps. Then Ernie plays the game with Bert using sheep, chickens, and two cows (Gladys makes a cameo appearance).
Babies and doggies pattern: What comes next?
Artist: Keith Haring
(EKA: Episode 3039)

Global Grover: Grover has just taken a trip all over the globe and learned about the different ways people bathe. The film clip features Kevin Clash singing "This is How We Take a Bath." Dirty from his trip, Grover intends to clean up himself, but there is no water coming out of the faucet. An elephant named Stevie helps him out by using his trunk as a shower head.
(First: Episode 4033)

The Number of the Day: A remake of the Number Song Series brings forth 10.
A butterfly has fun with 10 flower petals.
Artist: Misseri Studio
(First: Episode 4022)
Three girls do a "One Potato" rhyme.
(EKA: Episode 3271)
"A Number 10 from Tennessee"
Artist: Gene Barretta
(First: Episode 3526)
Elmo's World: Jumping
The Adventures of Trash Gordon
Chapter 269
Trash Gordon handles the Giant Cranky Monster Baby by giving it a giant bottle.

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