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|Plot||The Cookie Tree|
|Air date||November 27, 2009|
|Season||Season 40 (2009-2010)|
|Syndication||PBS Kids Sprout|
|Releases|| C is for Cookie Monster (edited)|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Crunchy|
| ||Maria, Luis, Elmo and the kids pick apples from an apple tree in the garden. Cookie Monster hears the crunchy sounds being made by them and thinks cookies are being eaten. He rushes to the garden to find no cookies, just apples. He also learns that food can come from trees, as Maria and Luis explain.|
| ||The couple flashes back to after they were married, when they planted the apple tree in the garden.|
| ||Back in the present, Cookie is amazed food can grow on trees. He comes to the obvious conclusion -- he needs to plant a cookie tree!|
| ||Cookie has a pot of soil and plants a chocolate chip inside, but nothing happens. Elmo recalls what Maria and Luis said about plants – they need water and sun. They find a spot with plenty of sun and give it water. Luis finds them and breaks the bad news to Cookie: Cookies don’t grow on trees. Devastated, Cookie wishes he had a cookie tree. Abby overhears his wish and is going to grant it. She waves her wand and spins around, making cookie trees appear all over the street!|
| ||Cookie Monster tries reaching the cookies, but they are too high on the trees. Elmo tries to help him. Alan comes out from Hooper's and asks Abby to make the trees disappear, as they are blocking the doorway to the store. She tries thinking of rhymes and just as Cookie and Elmo are about to reach a cookie, the trees disappear and they fall over.|
| ||Cookie is upset that his trees are gone, but perks up when Maria and Luis bring him some cookies made from the apples they picked.|
| ||Adam Sandler tries to explain the word crunchy, but finds it hard while Cookie Monster munches on a crunchy cookie.|
| ||Detective Jane Tuesday looks for a snack both crunchy and sweet. She finds it thanks to her brother, munching on an apple.|
(First: Episode 4086)
| ||Murray announces Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming up, but first, he and the kids rap about A words.|
| || Cookie Monster sings about the A sound in the word "apple".|
Taken from Sesame Street English
| || Murray and Navin introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.|
(First: Episode 4188)
| || Abby's Flying Fairy School|
Playtime is over for the students and they must clean up. Blogg doesn’t want to put his toys away, so he decides to sweep them under the magic carpet. However, a magic lock is on it. Once unlocked (using Niblet’s horn), a hoard of Fairy Dust Bunnies are unleashed. Unfortunately, Mrs. Sparklenose is allergic to the dust bunnies and once they come in contact with her, her nose sparkles and blinks once. She sneezes and turns the students into frogs. They make up a magic word to return them back to normal (Gezundenshniffle). Her nose blinks twice now, turning them into chickens. They realize they have to say their word for every time her nose blinks to return to normal. Her nose blinks thrice and they turn into cheese and are then chased by a hungry Niblet. After returning to normal, they call on Spot, who shows them a video of a robot “under” various things. They see that to get the dust bunnies gone, they need to go back under the rug. They make a dust carrot and sends the dust bunnies back under. Blogg, however, is stuck cleaning up his toys.
| ||Murray announces Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures is coming up, but first, he and various kids count to 14.|
| || Growing Numbers #14|
(EKA: Episode 2995)
| || Murray and Carson introduce Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures.|
(First: Episode 4193)
| || Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures|
Ernie, Bert and Rubber Duckie are about to travel through the treacherous Duck Cave to find the Wise Old Duck and ask him a very important question. Using their map, they come across the first landmark of the cave – The Feather Tunnel, which causes anyone who touches the feathers to laugh. Next, they swing across the Great Egg Pit. Finally, they find a large duck egg, which means the Wise Old Duck is near. The Wise Old Duck emerges and Ernie asks the question: “Which came first – the Duckie or the egg?” The WOD cannot think of an answer, as Bert accidentally knocks over the large duck egg and it begins to roll. They all escape and Ernie realizes the answer to his question: to him, Rubber Duckie will always come first.
| || Murray announces "Elmo's World" is coming, but first, he gives a demonstration of outside and inside.|
(First: Episode 4190)
| ||Professor Grover and Cameron Diaz explain the many things trees do, such as cleaning the air and giving off food.|
| || Murray and the kids introduce "Elmo's World".|
(First: Episode 4187)
| || Elmo's World: Flowers, Plants & Trees|
(First: Episode 3895)
| ||Murray forgets what the sponsors are and a large TV screen displays them for him.|
- Forgetful Jones makes a cameo during the flashback to Sesame Street during the late 80's.
- This episode was taped on December 17, 2008 and was directed by Nadine Zylstra.
- In the Sprout version, the opening theme is different: Super Grover lands on the ground first, then knocks down the sign post by leaning on it, instead of bumping into the sign post while flying.
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