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|Plot||The Planet G|
|Air date||January 21, 2010|
|Season||Season 40 (2009-2010)|
|Releases||The iTunes Store, Elmo's Favorite Stories|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Miniature|
| ||Elmo welcomes the viewer and waits for Maria to arrive with some paper for a story he’s making about the letter of the day, G. His story is about the Planet G, where everything starts with the letter G, but he doesn’t know any G words. Maria helps him with the G sound and he thinks of a G word, golf! He begins writing the story, where he hits his golf ball way up into outer space onto the Planet G. Applying the G sound, he comes up with the next part, where he rides his goldfish Dorothy to the planet to retrieve his golf ball. He finds the ball, but can’t think of a G-word conflict.|
| ||Baby Bear exits Hooper's Store after a “just right” breakfast and finds Elmo making the G sound, and asks if he’s okay. He then heads off to school and express his love for his teacher, Mother Goose. Elmo then realizes that goose begins with G and adds more to the story. He finds his ball atop a large G, but a goose appears and begins sitting on it, thinking it’s an egg and refuses to move.|
| ||Then, Zoe and her girls arrive. Maria points out that “girls” begin with G as well. Elmo adds them to his story as they dance away. On the Planet G, they help Elmo get rid of the goose by doing the “Get Up and Go Dance”. Once the goose dances away, Elmo is about to get his ball back, when he hears a strange, shuffling sound.|
| ||Back on the street, Elmo finds Oscar’s pet goat Gus munching away at his story. Maria demands he find something else to eat. Elmo adds the goat to the story. Now that the goose is gone, the goat appears and begins chewing on his ball.|
| ||Chris then arrives to see if they need anything to eat. Elmo asks Chris is the menu has any G foods on it. Chris says that the letter of the day special is goulash. Inspired, Elmo writes in the story that he trades the ball of a bowl of goulash for the goat to eat. Now with his golf ball back, he flies back home to Sesame Street on Dorothy. Maria enjoyed the story and wishes to hear it again. Chris listens in as well.|
| ||Abby Cadabby helps Kobe Bryant show what miniature means by making miniature copies of a book, painting, hot dog and even himself!|
| ||Before Abby's Flying Fairy School begins, Murray begins a round of "What's on Me That Starts With G?" Some kids point out he's wearing gloves, a geranium and green.|
| || Cookie Monster sings the G sound in the word "goat."|
Taken from Sesame Street English
| || || GNN interupted the program just because they feel like it, so there! Anderson Cooper sits in for Oscar (Blech!) and talks to Grouch newscasters Walter Cranky who Grrrs and Dan Rather-not who said, "I'd rather not!" about the letter G. A recent poll shows that half of the Grouches surveyed think G is a Grouchy letter, since it starts words like "goo," "garbage" and "gastroenteritis." The other half thinks G is a nice letter, since it begins words such as "good," "gumdrop" and "giggle." (Each G word mentioned is scrolled at the bottom of the screen in the style of CNN). Anderson is in a tight spot since neither of the newsgrouches want to give him their opinions. He asks himself "What would Oscar do?" at which point Oscar enters and answers the question himself: the letter G is indeed Grouchy, since it starts the word "Grouch." Oscar mentions that tomorrow's guests will be Meredith Beware-a and Diane Spoiler who Anderson would rather not join Oscar, and returns us to our "irregularly scheduled program."|
(First: Episode 4160)
| || Murray and Jake introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.|
(First: Episode 4190)
| || Abby's Flying Fairy School|
Abby and Gonnigan work on their magic macaroni art. Blogg uses magic to create a life-size Macaroni dinosaur. With a touch of "The Spice of Life", he brings his creation to life. However, it begins wreaking havoc all over the class room, wrecking everything. They try various methods of stopping it, including making a Macaroni stop sign, but to no avail. Mrs. Sparklenose suggests they "Spot the solution." They call on Spot, who shows them things that are humongous. They get the idea they need something big to stop him. A large wall doesn't work for them, however. Blogg comes up with a giant meatball, which the Macaronisaurus begins playing with. Everyone cheers, while the giant meatball pins Blogg to the floor.
| ||Telly introduces the viewer to his friend, Rocco Fiorentino. Elmo wants to meet Rocco too, so Telly begins to describe Elmo to Rocco, which confuses him. Rocco explains to Elmo that he's blind and can't see, but is comfortable with it (much like Elmo is comfortable with seeing). He then hatches his plan to meet everyone else on Sesame Street - singing "Everybody's Song", which brings out everyone on the street to meet him.|
| ||Murray announces it's almost school time, but first, he finds 15 kids, paintings and backpacks.|
| || Kid mural painting #15|
(EKA: Episode 3740)
| || A girl finds "15" on a computer.|
(First: Episode 3908)
| || Murray and the kids introduce "Murray Has a Little Lamb".|
(First: Episode 4191)
| || || Murray Has a Little Lamb|
Murray's lamb, Ovejita, gives him the clue of a handstand for their next escuela. The school turns out to be a gymnastics school, where kids do exercises.
(First: Episode 4165)
"Guessing Game" portion removed, new intro added
| || Animals and acrobats form letters in the Alphabet Circus.|
(EKA: Episode 4074)
Shown in widescreen
| || Murray announces it's almost time for "Elmo's World", but first, he plays "Sounds of the Street". He and the viewer listen to the sounds of a dog, a helicopter and a tiger with allergies.|
(First: Episode 4189)
| || "Planets, Moon and Stars"|
(EKA: Episode 4090)
Shown in widescreen
| || Murray and Rachael introduce "Elmo's World."|
(First: Episode 4189)
| || Elmo's World: Sky|
(First: Episode 3982)
| ||Murray watches a large screen to announce the sponsors.|
- Elmo's crayon box reads "The Classic Crayon Factory", and has a still from the show's classic Sesame Street film.
- Maria's newspaper features an image from the I-Beam film.
- An underscore from "Elmo's Song" is used while Elmo works.
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