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|Plot||Practice Makes Proud|
|Air date||October 24, 2012|
|Season||Season 43 (2012-2013)|
|Releases||Be a Good Sport|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Proud|
| ||Elmo welcomes the viewer, explaining he's going to play basketball today. He shows Leela how he's prepared; he has his special shirt, special ball and a healthy snack for energy. Abby appears, finding Elmo having trouble getting his shirt on. Since her mommy helped Cinderella get dressed for the ball, Abby helps Elmo in the same way and offers to become his fairy godmother. She also un-peels his banana and un-spills his glass of milk. Before Elmo heads off to play, she gives him a magical teeth brushing.|
| ||Elmo and Abby go to the hoop and Elmo shows her how the game works. He throws the ball and misses the hoop. He tries again with the same results, upsetting him. Fairy Godmother Abby has an idea and enchants his ball so that it goes in the hoop each time. Elmo is glad the ball goes in the hoop, but finds something's missing, something Abby can't conjure up for him.|
| ||Leela returns and they tell her what's happend thus far. Leela has an idea as to what Elmo's not feeling and has Abby change the ball back. She shows Elmo how to properly throw the basketball and explains that if he misses, he just has to keep practicing. Elmo makes a basket and finally finds what was missing - the feeling of pride. He and his friends sing about his newfound pride.|
| ||Abby introduces Timothy Olyphant to her fairy tale friends (Hansel and Gretel, Humpty Dumpty and The Big Bad Wolf) who illustrate what proud means.|
| ||Common, Colbie Caillat and Elmo sing "Belly Breathe."|
| || Murray announces Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming up, but first it's time for the letter H. He and the folks of New York play "Bring Out Your H" as they show Murray H words.|
(First: Episode 4187)
| || Two kids identify H words in their clubhouse.|
(First: Episode 4187)
| || A writer fidgets anxiously at his computer, then types up and prints out a yellow H, for ham and house. "Only 25 more to go!"|
(First: Episode 4170)
| ||"Gimme an A! Gimme a B! Gimme a B! Gimme a Y!" Murray and the girls cheer on Abby's Flying Fairy School.|
| || Abby's Flying Fairy School|
Today is Picture Day, and all the students have made themselves up nice, except for Gonnigan, who's having a bad hair day. Abby conjures up some "Rapunzel-Brand Hair Gel" and, because he has so much hair, uses the whole container on him. While it makes a suave hairdo at first, it soon begins to grow out of control (while Blogg measures its length using Niblet). Abby tries using a baret and Blogg uses a stove-pipe hat to control his hair, but it ends up getting even longer and grabbing hold of everyone. After a twinkle-think, Abby conjures up Papino the Pixie, a barber who cuts his hair to normal length and the class takes their picture.
(First: Episode 4260)
| || "I Love My Hair" (alternate music track)|
(First: Episode 4218)
| || Murray announces it's almost time for "Super Grover 2.0," but first, he finds 15 kids, paintings and backpacks. |
(First: Episode 4207) (with "Murray Has a Little Lamb" mention)
| ||Counting 15 ladybugs in the garden.|
| || The Number of the Day: 15|
The Count sings as he tries to get to the number of the day, and a penguin presents him with a number 15.
(First: Episode 3995)
| || Murray and Jenabell introduce "Super Grover 2.0" with a laugh.|
(First: Episode 4257)
| || Super Grover 2.0|
Two little piggies are sailing through a swamp, when the wind dies down, stranding them. Super Grover 2.0 lands in their boat (with life-vest and water wings) and tries to use his super breath to move the boat, but he blows the sail off the boat. He gets out and tries to push and pull the boat, with no success. He then tries to push the water out of the way to see what the problem is, pushing their boat. He finds a paddle in his utility sock and the pigs use it as a lever to paddle their boat down the creek with. They go so fast, Grover falls out of the boat and is now the one who's "up a creek without something to be up a creek with."
(First: Episode 4262)
| || A cartoon pig sings Bein' a Pig. (featuring Joe Raposo vocal track)|
(EKA: Episode 4027)
This segment was cut in the HBO version.
| || Before "Elmo the Musical" arrives, Murray plays "Dare to Compare" using tools.|
(First: Episode 4308)
| ||Ernie and Bert: Ernie finds less boring uses for Bert's bottlecap box by pretending it's a spaceship, treasure chest and robot costume.|
| || "Ziggy Says" (full version)|
(First: Episode 4303)
| ||Murray and two boys introduce "Elmo the Musical."|
| || Elmo the Musical: Sea Captain the Musical|
Elmo imagines himself as a sea captain, with the viewer as his first mate. His goal is to find Moby Pink, the rarest creature in the seven seas. With his chicken crew, they remove the anchor and set sail. A Bottle tells him that to find Moby Pink, they must sail to the Bermuda Octagon. They pass the Bermuda Triangle and find the Bermuda Octagon, where a giant octopus forbids them from passing, unless they defeat him in ping-pong. Elmo gives a serve and the cocky octopus gets tangled up in his arms and loses. They find Moby Pink, who thrashes around, irritated by the barnacles on her back. Elmo gets rid of them using subtraction. Moby feels so glad she could dance, but since whales don't dance, Elmo uses his powers of imagination to get them to dance together.
(First: Episode 4303)
| ||Murray announces the sponsors.|
| ||Matt Vogel announces, "Sesame Street is sponsored by the Energizing Exercising Endowment."|
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