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|Plot||Telly's and Baby Bear's Story|
|Air date||September 26, 2005|
|Season||Season 36 (2005)|
| ||Healthy Moment: Alan informs us to give children lots of options on what healthy food that they can eat. Elmo is trying to decide if he wants to eat an apple, cheese, or broccoli. The foods all jump around in hopes that Elmo will pick them.|
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Baby Bear and Telly welcome the viewer to Sesame Street. They have decided to use their imaginations to write a story together, but have a hard time agreeing on what their story should be about. Baby Bear wanted to do a story about a magic bowl of porridge and Telly wanted to do a story about a magic triangle. Within minutes, the two started to have an argument.
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At that moment, Maria arrive and tries to break up the fight. She suggested that they could write their own story by themselves. Baby Bear decided that is their only options since he and Telly cannot work together.
After trying to write their own stories, Baby Bear and Telly couldn’t do it by themselves and missed each other. Maria suggested that they could write a story about both their ideas. Telly and Baby Bear liked the idea and Telly decided that the story would be called, “The Magic Triangular Bowl of Porridge.” The two started working on the story and Maria went back to the Mail It Shop.
| || ||When the story was finished, Telly and Baby Bear went to the Mail-It Shop and read it to Maria. They read the title and Baby Bear show the picture of the Magic Triangular Bowl of Porridge.|
| ||The story started off in the Kingdom of Dum Diddley Dum Diddley Do, where there was a King played by Baby Bear, who loved porridge. He had just eating a gazillion of porridge made by the chef played by Telly.|
| ||The king wanted more porridge, but the chef informed that there was no more porridge left in the kingdom. This also led to a song called, “No more Porridge in Dum Diddley Dum Diddley Do.”|
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Suddenly a magic triangular porridge bowl appeared. He informs the king that he is a magic triangular bowl filled with scrumptious porridge of Dum Diddley Dum Diddley Do. He rhymes that as much as the king eats, the bowl will never be empty.
| || ||The King eats up all the porridge and magically the bowl refills itself with more porridge.|
| ||With the bowl of endless fill of porridge, the chef believes he is out of the job. But the king decides to make his chef his royal best buddy instead.|
After the success of finishing their story, Baby Bear and Telly decides to write another story. Baby Bear wants to write another story called, "Snow White and the 7 bowls of porridge." However, Telly wanted the same title, but with 7 triangles. As they go off deciding on the title, Maria informs us that they will make a decision.
| ||Muppet & Kid Moments: Papa Bear talks to Antonio about reading and they both talk about the story, Goldilocks and the Three Bears.|
| || Alphaboy fans his father's feet with feathers.|
(EKA: Episode 3524)
| || The letter F in storefront signs.|
(EKA: Episode 3353)
| ||The Spanish Word of the Day: flor|
Maria smells different flowers, including Stinky the Stinkweed.
(First: Episode 3983)
| || "Dancing with the Flowers"|
Artist: Karen Aqua
(First: Episode 4058)
| ||Journey to Ernie: Rubber Duckie Land|
(First: Episode 4042)
| || Ernie and Bert: Ernie finds a circle, and Bert sings "It's a Circle." Ernie joins him naming different objects that remind him of the shape in question, and they sing the two parts of the song together.|
(First: Episode 4034)
| || A girl flies and form a circle.|
(EKA: Episode 3130)
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| ||The Number of the Day:|
The Count and The Countess: 11
| || Rap #11|
(EKA: Episode 2598)
| || Milo Counting: 11|
(EKA: Episode 3585)
| ||Eleven water-skiing hippos|
| ||Big Bird and artist Chuck Close appear in a segment in which one of his self-portraits is analyzed by a group of kids in voice over as the camera pans out from the painting.|
(First: Episode 3968)
| ||The story of Tommy LaPlaid, the painter so sad until he discovered the joys of kicking his paints on the canvas.|
Artist: Mo Willems
(EKA: Episode 3208)
| ||Elmo's World: Drawing|
(First: Episode 3859)
| ||The Adventures of Trash Gordon|
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