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|Air date||December 26, 2011|
|Season||Season 42 (2011-2012)|
|Releases||The iTunes Store|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Stubborn|
| ||Big Bird welcomes the viewer, when he notices Gordon repairing one of the doorknobs to 123 Sesame Street's front door. Susan alerts Gordon that the window is broken as well and that he should hurry with the door (so she can get to work). She states that they need a superintendent for the building, but Gordon insists he can fix it. He gets the doorknob onto the door, but it comes off when Susan shuts it. Chris asks if the door is fixed so he can go to work too and too points out the broken window. He also suggests they get a super, but backs away when he sees Gordon's stubborn reaction and uses the back door. Chris lets the window slam shut, causing the mailbox to fall from the wall.|
| ||The Count appears, having heard about everything breaking and has come to count the broken things. Chris goes to take the garbage out, but the gate breaks off in his hand. The Count adds that to the total and his trademark thunder and lightning cause the drain pipe to break off and fall over. The Count offers a solution - get a super, then leaves. Chris points out he said the same thing, then takes Big Bird to get a birdseed milkshake.|
| ||Gordon again makes it clear he doesn't need a super. Suddenly, a heroic theme plays and Super Grover lands onto the stoop, having heard there's call for a super. His impact causes a lamp to break from the wall. Gordon explains the misunderstanding and Grover thinks he'd make a "super super" and tries to help fix things. Gordon points out the door won't open and Grover tries some super huffing and puffing to open the doors, but can't seem to do it. Gordon blows on them too to show him the idea is silly, causing the other door to collapse inward. Grover goes to help another building in distress, but finding himself out of breath, hails a taxi instead of taking flight.|
| ||Big Bird brings Maria to the building, having heard the crash. The Count also appears, adding the newly broken items to his total. Gordon finally admits he can't fix everything alone and needs some help. Maria and the rest help return the building to its original state while singing a cooperation song ("Together We Can Get It Done").|
| ||With the building restored, the Count assures Gordon if he ever needs help, he can ask. Gordon is impressed by Maria's dedication to fixing things and offers her the super job, which she gladly takes. Big Bird rushes off to tell Snuffy the news. Susan returns home and is grateful to find Maria is the new super. Suddenly, the flower boxes unhinge from the wall and Maria goes to fix them. Gordon tells his wife, "You see honey? I told you we needed a super!"|
| ||Nicole Kidman and Oscar are going to explain the word stubborn, but Oscar refuses to help, thus providing an example for her.|
| ||Murray announces Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming, but the letter of the day comes first. Ovejita provides him with some clues - a vuvuzella and a vacuum, both of which start with V.|
| ||Can you find the letter V?|
| || Murray and a group of girls introduce ”Abby’s Flying Fairy School”.|
(First: Episode 4261)
| || Abby's Flying Fairy School|
In class today, the students will be using their senses to study the water in their water table. Blogg would rather study his sludge balls instead. He takes his sludge balls tot he table and they fall in, mucking up the water. To retrieve them, they turn into fish and dive into the table, which contains a whole ocean. The scout the ocean floor, using their five senses to locate each of Blogg's 6 sludge balls, having run ins with a juggling octopus and an electric eel. The water becomes clean and the students exit the water, and send Mrs. Sparklenose into the pile of sludge balls.
| || Even a little girl can "Change the World."|
(First: Episode 4266)
| ||"Super Grover 2.0" is coming, but first, Magic Murray has a trick to show. A boy picks a 7 of Hearts from his deck and Murray divines it.|
| || Seven cool cats on the prowl|
Artist: Laura di Trapani
(First: Episode 4031)
| || Murray and Jenabell introduce "Super Grover 2.0" with a laugh.|
(First: Episode 4257)
| || Super Grover 2.0: Nest Moving Day|
In Brooklyn, New York, a robin family struggles to move their grand piano up to their new nest. Super Grover 2.0 arrives on the scene and observes the piano is big, hard and heavy. He browses through his utility sock and finds a "super spatula", but can't flip the piano up. He then pulls out some balloons that can't lift the piano, but lift Grover up in the air! He grabs hold of the clothesline and breaks it. The birds lift him up with the pulley and the eager robin son wonders if the rope could lift the piano. Grover proceeds to whip the piano with it and the robin son decides to play superhero. He deduces that if they put the rope through the pull on their tree, they can lift it. Grover sits on the piano to come up with another plan, not noticing they are lifting him up with it. They all cheer and Grover falls to the ground. He states they may need the pulley again...for him.
(First: Episode 4224)
| || "Elmo's World" is coming, but first, Murray wants to play "What's Missing," this time involving his face.|
(First: Episode 4267)
| ||Toolbox Todd fixes a boy's toy robot.|
| || Murray and the kids introduce "Elmo's World."|
(First: Episode 4261)
| || Elmo's World: Open and Close|
(First: Episode 4041)
| ||Murray announces the sponsors.|
- The iTunes release of the episode features new edits to "Change the World"; the backgrounds during the "judge" and "President" verses are changed.
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