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|Air date||June 8, 2015|
|Season||Season 45 (2014-2015)|
| ||What's the Word on the Street?: Explore|
| ||Telly welcomes the viewer, excited to have a magical playdate with Abby today. When she arrives, he learns her wand is at the cleaners, meaning no traditional magic today. Abby instead thinks they can look for magic all around Sesame Street. She shows him how to use "majoggles" (magic goggles) by putting their hands to the face, like binoculars; she also encourages the viewer to use their own pair. With a song, they go off to find some magic.|
| ||The two make their way to the Laundromat, where Leela assures them there's no magic around, only laundry. Ms. Angora appears with her several cats, desperate to get the cat hair out of her sweater. Leela uses some tape to remove the hair. Abby watches through her majoggles and thinks it's magic! Telly and Leela know better and she explains the tape is just a handy tool. Telly wants to find some real magic and two traipse off, singing their song once more.|
| ||They spy Gordon grading papers in the arbor, when the wind blows them away. He collects them, then uses a stapler to keep them together. Abby thinks this is also magic, but Telly is unimpressed. Gordon shows Abby how the stapler works, adding it's also a handy tool. Abby is ecstatic with what she's learned, but Telly is fed up with the lack of real magic and leaves.|
| ||Telly grumbles his way to the Bicycle Shop, accidentally bumping into Luis, who spills all his nuts and bolts. He produces a magnet to clean them up, a tool Telly thinks is magic. He thinks the coolest tool he's ever seen! Suddenly, a Fairy Cleaner appears with Abby's refined wand. Abby's now ready to do some real magic, but Telly would rather keep finding new and interesting tools around the street.|
| ||"Arizona Elmo" and "Idaho Emily" explore a jungle while explaining the word. They come across a jewel-encrusted chest housing The Golden Cabbage of Destiny, who requests they leave him alone.|
| ||A woman explores the marine life around a sunken ship by Australia.|
| || Murray Has a Little Lamb|
Murray and Ovejita make their way to the zoo to do some exploring. Dr. Marc gives them something to find - an animal with no legs. They explore around, eventually finding a boa constrictor.
| || Cookie's Crumby Pictures presents Jurassic Cookie (Rated SC: For Self Control)|
Cookie Monster plays a scientist who opens a park of giant cookies, genetically made from an ancient cookie crumb. He brings his grandchildren to the "Jurassic Cookie" park and they're met with a giant gingerbread dinosaur. They all seek shelter at the laboratory, where a sign instructs them on what to do. However, part is missing, leaving only an H as a clue. Cookie Monster assumes it means "hula" and "halibut," when his grandkids have him calm down and think by hugging himself. Cookie now thinks the H is for "hug" and stops the rampaging cookie with a hug. Suddenly, Cookie realizes what the dinosaur is made and the chase reverses itself.
| ||Elmo and the gang introduce the letter of the day, H, with a song and dance.|
| || Two kids identify H words in their clubhouse.|
(First: Episode 4187)
| ||Back at the zoo, Dr. Marc gives Murray another animal to search for - an animal whose fur pattern looks like a vest. This leads them to a tamandua.|
| || 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.
(First: Episode 4275)
| ||Count von Count and friends sing and stomp to find the number of the day - 14.|
| || A girl picks up 14 dogs to be walked.|
Artist: Click 3X
(First: Episode 4318)
| || Fourteen trains count off.|
Artist: Joey Ahlbum
(First: Episode 4281)
| ||Grover and Elmo explore the jungle, looking for the Great Pyramid of Squeeza. Elmo has a model to refer to, but Grover mistakes a stone sphere and cube for the pyramid (all while taking selfies with them). They eventually find the pyramid, who comes alive to reveal why she's called "Squeeza": she loves to be hugged.|
| ||Back at the zoo, Murray and Ovejita are given one last animal to find - an animal with only two toes. After exploring some other animals, they finally find one that fits the description - a two-toed sloth.|
| || Elmo the Musical: Guacamole the Musical|
Elmo imagines himself as Chef Explorer Elmo, who is stationed in the jungles of Nacho Pichu. He is greeted by The Queen of Nacho Picchu, who commissions him to find a dip for her large tortilla chip. Velvet recommends Elmo contact the Rhombus of Recipes, who provides him with directions to make guacamole. First, he visits the Valley of the Whistling Nose, where Nose McDonald helps him pick 14 avocados for the meal. Next, he heads to the Temple of Spoons for some onion. Elmo takes a sample without measuring the three spoon-fulls he needs and the temple begins to crumble. He measures the onion and magically gets a bowl of guacamole. He brings it back to the Queen, who doesn't like it...she loves it! They all celebrate by doing a guacamole dance.
(First: Episode 4301)
| ||Murray announces the sponsors.|
- This is the last episode to feature Leela as a cast member.
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