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|Air date||October 6, 2014|
|Season||Season 45 (2014-2015)|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Fiesta|
| ||Zoe and Abby come across Luis and Maria looking at photos from Maria's quinceañera. A sentient number 15 appears, wishing she too could have one. Abby and Zoe offer to help. Telly joins them after hearing about a party. However, they have no idea how to throw a quinceañera, until they spot Mando in the distance.|
| ||The girls talk with Mando on what a quinceañera is. He's happened to attended a few within his family and is happy to help. The 15 wants 15 of things for the party and the gang begins decorating. Through song, Mando and the rest show off the different decorations they've made, each coming in 15s. The 15 is pleased, until she learns they haven't planned any food. Zoe and Abby split to find something.|
| ||Abby returns with 15 tomalito and Zoe brings 15 empanadas. The 15 points out the food totals to 30 items, which makes her cry. Zoe and Abby argue over which food they'll serve, until Mando teaches them to compromise and they serve both foods, just totaling 15 food items. She now asks about the dancers, which they don't have either. She sobs, until Zoe and Abby rush off once more.|
| ||Zoe and Abby return with 14 monsters and Anything Muppet dancers, but are missing one more. Zoe and Abby both want to dance, but can't agree once more. Mando suggests they compromise again and they decide to take turns being the 15th dancer.|
| ||The party begins and Zoe and Abby take turns on the dance floor. Telly and Mando are pleased to see the 15 enjoying her quinceañera just the way she wanted it.|
| ||Viola Davis gives Elmo some festive clues as to what the Spanish word fiesta means.|
| ||A girl who lives in the United States describes the similar ways she and her Chilean cousin go about their daily lives.|
| || Juanes and friends sing "Muevete."|
(First: Episode 4262)
| || Murray teases "Cookie's Crumby Pictures," then states they're now the ones going to school. He demonstrates one skill needed in school, taking turns (using a book). He then follows his little lamb to school. Ovejita leads him to a dance school, where they'll be learning the "Flamenco", right after this... (re-dubbed intro)|
(First: Episode 4404)
| || Cookie's Crumby Pictures presents Cookies of the Caribbean (Rated TP: For Task Persistence)|
Cookie Monster stars as Captain Snack Sparrow and, along with his female companion, tries to find Davy Jones' cookie jar. They follow the map to a cave, where they find they need to load up a sculpture's hands with triangles to get in. Cookie puts the wrong shape in and is told to focus with his imaginary spyglass. When he gets it right, the cave opens slightly and Davy Jones changes the rules of entry; they now need to fill the hands with orange shapes. Cookie puts in another triangle, which is thrown back at him. He decides to give up, until he's convinced to focus again. They find some orange shapes and find the cave with the cookie jar. That is, until they're blocked by Davy Jones' animals. His ghost sings them a short shanty ("One of These Things") for them to answer. Cookie is about to give up when he realizes the correct answer (The parrot doesn't belong) and Davy Jones is defeated. The trailer ends just as the parrot makes off with the cookie jar.
(First: Episode 4403)
In the HBO version, this is replaced with "Aveggies: Age of Bon Bon".
| ||Elmo and the gang introduce the letter of the day, Z, with a song and dance.|
| || A man paints a Z word on his hand - zebra.|
(First: Episode 4325)
| || Elmo sings the Z sound in "Z - Zebra Song." (first half only)|
(First: Episode 4238)
| || "The Sesame Street Alphabet"|
(First: Episode 4413)
| || Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming soon, but first, Murray learns more about the Flamenco dance. The class begins to practice, but Murray can't get his feet and hands to do the dance together. He needs some time to practice...(re-dubbed intro)|
(First: Episode 4404)
| || Abby's Flying Fairy School|
Captain Hook visits the class, having lost his golden pirate treasure. Abby, Gonnigan and Blögg volunteer to be his crew and the school sets sail for the Island of the Gushing Geyser. There, they collect two cups of water and pour it into the chest. Next, the map leads them to the Spice Islands, where they collect three spoons of cinnamon. Elsewhere on the island, they need a one troll's weight in apples. Using a scale, they measure the apples against Blögg. With all the ingredients in the chest, the treasure appears - applesauce, which they all share.
(First: Episode 4305)
| ||Count von Count and friends sing and stomp to find the number of the day - 15.|
| ||Fifteen animated rocks are counted as they slide down a hill.|
| || Counting 15 ladybugs in the garden.|
(First: Episode 4309)
| || "Spanish Me, English Me"|
(First: Episode 4503)
| || "Elmo the Musical" is next, but now, Murray continues working on the Flamenco. By talking his way through the moves, he's able to do it!|
(First: Episode 4404)
| || Elmo the Musical: Tomato the Musical|
Elmo imagines himself as a farmer. From the ground sprouts the Big Tomato, who wishes to be the biggest one of all. With more water from Elmo, she grows to a large size, but is she the biggest? A barker turns their attention toward the local "Big, Bigger, Biggest County Fair." As they arrive, an elephant hungers for the large food. Elmo imagines a giant peanut to satisfy him. At the competition, the judge is so awestruck at the sight of the Big Tomato, all she can say (or sing) is "Mamma Mia!" She awards Big Tomato the biggest ribbon.
| ||Murray announces the sponsors.|
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