|Air date||January 29, 2010|
|Season||Season 40 (2009-2010)|
|Releases||Bye-Bye Pacifier! Big Kid Stories with Elmo|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Spectacular|
| ||Elmo and the kids come riding out of the arbor on their tricycles and Elmo finds Abby with a tricycle over her own, ready to ride, but she needs lessons first. Elmo recommends Gordon, who taught him how to ride with great results. Abby waves her wand to summon Gordon, who happens to be taking a bath at the time and appears, bathtub and all. Gordon promises to teach her, just as soon as she lets him finish his bath back in his apartment.|
| ||While they wait for Gordon, they try getting their minds off of tricycles. They try thinking of marshmallows, but their minds go back to tricycles when a boy passes by on one They then think of elephants, until Horatio rolls by on his tricycle.|
| ||Gordon finally comes out to help, but Abby floats up in the air in excitement. She drops back to her seat, but faces the wrong way on the bike, so Gordon shows her the front and back of the tricycle. After she adjusts herself, Gordon gets her feet on the pedals and tells her to put her hands on the handlebars. However, since she's holding her wand, she can only use one hand. Gordon and Elmo show her the basket, where she could keep her wand while she rides.|
| || Next, Gordon shows her how to steer. Elmo jumps the gun and begins riding away, hoping Abby will follow, but she still hasn't finished her lesson. He explains how to peddle, but she can't seem to do it. Gordon helps push her, then lets go without her knowing. When she realizes this, her trike lifts off the ground and begins flying all over the street. Once she lands, Elmo and Abby ride down the street together singing a song.|
The entire street story can be viewed at Sesamestreet.org.
| ||Judah Friedlander describes the word "spectacular", which happens to be on his hat. Telly come by and thinks his hat is spectacular, earning him a chance to wear it.|
| ||Murray announces Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming up, but first, he asks the citizens of New York City to "Bring Out Your M."|
| ||M for Music: A dog finds various quartets play Ludwig van Beethoven's "Symphony No. 5."|
| || Murray and Navin introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.|
(First: Episode 4188)
| || 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.
(First: Episode 4207)
| || Kevin Clash sings "The Pasta Song."|
(First: Episode 3137)
| ||Murray announces it's almost time for school with him and his little lamb, but first, he counts 3 of things.|
| || An animated farmer and woodworker sings "Three is My Favorite Number."|
(First: Episode 4096)
| || Murry and the kids introduce "Murray Has a Little Lamb".|
(First: Episode 4191)
| || Murray Has a Little Lamb|
Murray’s lamb, Ovejita, leads him to another secret escuela, with an ice skate as his clue. The school turns out to be Ice Skating School, where Murray learns the basics of skating.
(First: Episode 4176)
"Guessing Game" portion cut, new intro added
| || Rhyme Time: Frog and Hog went for a jog. Quail hops and meets a Snail.|
Artist: Karen Aqua
(First: Episode 4045)
Shown in widescreen
| || Murray announces it's almost time for "Elmo's World". He then plays "Sounds of the Street" and asks the viewer to identify the sounds he hears. He listens to the sound of a garbage truck, an airplane and a penguin on a pogo-stick.|
(First: Episode 4198)
| ||Zoe watches as Abby tries to make a flower appear from Rosita's ear, but instead conjures a penguin, who wishes to be back home. An announcers tells them to "Find That Habitat" and guess where his home is. They each guess a different local, so they go where Zoe suggests: the beach, but the hot climate and sand aren't to the penguin's liking. They go with Abby's idea: the Arctic. They sends themselves there and the penguin rejoices. Abby gives them each winter gear and they slide on the ice.|
| || Thomas Twiddlebug is missing a showshoe (a paper clip), and tries to find it. However, Tina uses the paper clip as a music stand, and Timmy uses it as a backscratcher, and Tessie uses it to mix her batter for a cake. When everything is back to normal, Thomas prepares to go out, only to find that it's a nice sunny summer day. |
(First: Episode 4153)
| || Murray and Avery introduce "Elmo's World".|
(First: Episode 4191)
| || Elmo's World: Bicycles|
(First: Episode 3969)
| ||Murray looks at a large screen to announce the sponsors.|
- Gordon is seen reading a book called "Dialogue with Dirt" by Solomon Grundy.
- The sandwich board outside Hooper's Store advertises "Loaf of bread / Container of milk / Stick of butter".
- Underscores from "Riding My Tricycle" and "Elmo's Riding" are used throughout the street scene.
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