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Valentine's Day (Episode #3882)

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 14, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Slimey falls in love with Glo Worm. They are seen everywhere kissing each other. They love one another so much that they get shot out of a cannon together. They land in Baby Bear's bowl of porridge kissing each other. Glo's beeper goes off as she's a volunteer firefighter and she has to go but Slimey wants her to stay. Slimey is sad and misses her so Alan and Baby Bear suggest they sing the alphabet song to cheer him up. When that doesn't work, they try drawing pictures. Slimey's okay until he stops drawing. A worm fire engine pulls up with Glo. Slimey is happy once again and they continue their kissing marathon. Theme: Coping with feelings and identifying emotions. Letter: P Number: 15.

Repeat Broadcasts:

  • KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 21, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Episode #3862

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 29, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Baby Bear, Zoe and Elmo have started the Sesame Street Reading Club. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "X"; number of the day is "8".

Episode #3857

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 29, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

While her parents are away, Zoe gets to spend the night with Tina. But Tina gets a surprise pajama party which Zoe planned but forgot she wouldn't be hosting it at home. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "V"; number of the day is "8."

Episode #3861

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 28, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly's Uncle Charlie sends him a Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. The only problem, Maria points out, is Telly is not a teenager and the pogo stick may be too powerful for him. Maria is right, and Telly isn't happy that he is too young to ride the Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "3".

Episode #3856

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 28, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Oscar's worm friends are dressed up in costumes for the special "Wormy Gras" parade. Slimey hopes to be the only worm dressed as an ice cream soda; but unfortunately, it turns out he isn't the only worm who wants to be original. Gabbie, Maria and Oscar help Slimey come up with a new costume. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about singing. Letter of the day is "D"; number is "15."

Episode #3860

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 25, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly is worried about his hamster Chuckie. Chuckie hasn't run on his wheel for weeks. He asks Gina if Chuckie may be sick. Gina says Chuckie is not sick but will have babies. Not only is Telly surprised that Chuckie is a girl, but is now worried about getting Chuckie to a hospital to have her babies. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "singing." The letter of the day is "Z"; number of the day is "4".

Episode #3855

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 25, 2000 -- 8:29 AM

Gordon, Telly, Linda and Miles want to give Barkley a bath. Unfortunately, Barkley doesn't like the idea and runs away. Oscar hopes Barkley stays smelly and dirty - as any grouch would. But Telly gives Barkley swimming goggles after finding out that Barkley was afraid of getting soap in his eyes. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "dogs." The letter of the day is "W"; the number is "7".

Episode #3859

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 24, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly enters the Triangle Lovers Club's triangle drawing contest. Baby Bear doesn't think Telly's triangle is good enough to win and volunteers himself to help Telly draw a better triangle. But then Baby Bear decides to enter the contest himself. He and Telly hope this will not hurt their friendship. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "Q"; number of the day is "6".

Episode #3854

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 24, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Maria is on babysitting duty with baby bird. In Elmo's World, Elmo is also thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "E"; number of the day is "17."

Episode #3858

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 23, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Zoe is excited about her playdate with Rosita. But Rosita has to cancel which leaves Zoe looking for someone else to share her playdate with. Everyone has other things to do. But the Jacket Fairy helps Zoe by turning her jacket into a playmate. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "20."

Episode #3853

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 23, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Elmo is reading a book on zoo animals and plays a game to guess the sound each animal makes. Maria tells Elmo she loves to go to the zoo but has to work. It makes Elmo sad that Maria can't go to the zoo so Elmo comes up with an idea to bring the zoo to Maria. Big Bird and another kid share poems. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about exercise. Letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "12."

Episode #3857

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 22, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

While her parents are away, Zoe gets to spend the night with Tina. But Tina gets a surprise pajama party which Zoe planned but forgot she wouldn't be hosting it at home. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "V"; number of the day is "8."

Episode #3852

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 22, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Elizabeth loves her kitten Sparkles. Sparkles makes Elizabeth happy, but not when he runs away. Bob and Linda suggest Elizabeth post a "lost" sign to hopefully get Sparkles back. But Telly and Baby Bear find him first, unaware that Sparkles is a lost cat. They rename him "Murray. " In "Elmo's World," Elmo's thinking about doggies.

Episode #3856

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 21, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Oscar's worm friends are dressed up in costumes for the special "Wormy Gras" parade. Slimey hopes to be the only worm dressed as an ice cream soda; but unfortunately, it turns out he isn't the only worm who wants to be original. Gabbie, Maria and Oscar help Slimey come up with a new costume. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about singing. Letter of the day is "D"; number is "15."

Episode #3855

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 18, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Gordon, Telly, Linda and Miles want to give Barkley a bath. Unfortunately, Barkley doesn't like the idea and runs away. Oscar hopes Barkley stays smelly and dirty - as any grouch would. But Telly gives Barkley swimming goggles after finding out that Barkley was afraid of getting soap in his eyes. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "dogs." The letter of the day is "W"; the number is "7".

Episode #3880

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 18, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Luis and Maria have a new computer for the Fix-It Shop. Big Bird isn't too impressed until he looks at the keyboard noticing all the letters that appear on SESAME STREET. Big Bird learns how user-friendly and fun a computer can be. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "N"; number of the day is "19."

Episode #3854

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 17, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Maria is on babysitting duty with baby bird. In Elmo's World, Elmo is also thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "E"; number of the day is "17."

Episode #3879

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 17, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Big Bird and Snuffy are in their "explorers" outfits. They're going to explore everything on Sesame Street. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about farms. The letter of the day is "A"; number of the day is "16."

Episode #3853

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 16, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Elmo is reading a book on zoo animals and plays a game to guess the sound each animal makes. Maria tells Elmo she loves to go to the zoo but has to work. It makes Elmo sad that Maria can't go to the zoo so Elmo comes up with an idea to bring the zoo to Maria. Big Bird and another kid share poems. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about exercise. Letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "12."

Episode #3878

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 16, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

The Monster Clubhouse is where monsters can let their fur down. Telly is the special guest at the Monster meeting. He wants to take them on a field trip to Sesame Street. This field trip will be a "first" for the members. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about jackets. The letter of the day is "I"; number of the day is "5."

Episode #3852

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 15, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Elizabeth loves her kitten Sparkles. Sparkles makes Elizabeth happy, but not when he runs away. Bob and Linda suggest Elizabeth post a "lost" sign to hopefully get Sparkles back. But Telly and Baby Bear find him first, unaware that Sparkles is a lost cat. They rename him "Murray. " In "Elmo's World," Elmo's thinking about doggies.

Episode #3877

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 15, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Big Bird and birdketeers say B words like bubbles. She wishes that she could have bubbles around her all the time. Theme: literacy. Letter: B. Number: 18.

Episode #3876

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 14, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Telly and Zoe bring the Zoemobile to the fix-it shop for repair. Theme: identifying feelings and coping with feelings. Letter: K. Number: 5.

Episode #3880

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 11, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Luis and Maria have a new computer for the Fix-It Shop. Big Bird isn't too impressed until he looks at the keyboard noticing all the letters that appear on SESAME STREET. Big Bird learns how user-friendly and fun a computer can be. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "N"; number of the day is "19."

Episode #3875

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 11, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Today Snuffy's mother wants him to jar cabbages which keeps him from spending the day with Big Bird. What fun can Big Bird have without his friend Snuffy? A vegetable parade comes through looking for a drummer. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about shoes. The letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "13."

Episode #3879

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 10, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Big Bird and Snuffy are in their "explorers" outfits. They're going to explore everything on Sesame Street. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about farms. The letter of the day is "A"; number of the day is "16."

Episode #3874

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 10, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Big Bird wants to sing the alphabet song with his best friend Snuffy. But Snuffy has to help his mom by watching his little sister, Alice. Alice demands Snuffy's attention which keeps him from singing the alphabet song. But regardless, Snuffy and Big Bird will always be the best of friends. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "O"; number of the day is "4".

Episode #3878

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 9, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

The Monster Clubhouse is where monsters can let their fur down. Telly is the special guest at the Monster meeting. He wants to take them on a field trip to Sesame Street. This field trip will be a "first" for the members. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about jackets. The letter of the day is "I"; number of the day is "5."

Episode #3873

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 9, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Ernie and Rubber Duckie watch Big Bird teaching the birdketeers a new cheer and decide to become birdketeers, too. Theme: coping with feelings. Letter: L. Number: 1.

Episode #3877

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 8, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Big Bird and birdketeers say B words like bubbles. She wishes that she could have bubbles around her all the time. Theme: literacy. Letter: B. Number: 18.

Episode #3872

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 8, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Zoe reads the story of her life -- her Zoe-ology book -- to Tina. Zoe wrote the stories herself. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about books. The letter of the day is "C"; number of the day is "1".

Episode #3876

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 7, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly and Zoe bring the Zoemobile to the fix-it shop for repair. Theme: identifying feelings and coping with feelings. Letter: K. Number: 5.

Episode #3871

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Feb 7, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Miles is in training with Gabby to become a babysitter. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "babies." The letter of the day is "Y"; number of the day is "14."

Episode #3875

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 4, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Today Snuffy's mother wants him to jar cabbages which keeps him from spending the day with Big Bird. What fun can Big Bird have without his friend Snuffy? A vegetable parade comes through looking for a drummer. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about shoes. The letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "13."

Episode #3870

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Feb 4, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Baby Bear and Telly play alphaquest looking for S letter words. Telly tires of the alphaquest game so Baby Bear suggests a porridge quest. Theme: literacy. Letter: S. Number: 16.

Episode #3874

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 3, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Big Bird wants to sing the alphabet song with his best friend Snuffy. But Snuffy has to help his mom by watching his little sister, Alice. Alice demands Snuffy's attention which keeps him from singing the alphabet song. But regardless, Snuffy and Big Bird will always be the best of friends. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "O"; number of the day is "4".

Episode #3869

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Feb 3, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Baby Bear and Telly are going to search for things that start with the letter of the day: "S". They are going on an "Alpha-Quest." Eventually the two split up when Baby Bear takes on a porridge question leaving Telly to carry on with the "Alpha-Quest." Neither finds being on their own as much fun as questing together. In ELMO's WORLD, Elmo is thinking about doggies. The letter of the day is "S"; the number of the day is "16."

Episode #3873

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 2, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Ernie and Rubber Duckie watch Big Bird teaching the birdketeers a new cheer and decide to become birdketeers, too. Theme: coping with feelings. Letter: L. Number: 1.

Episode #3868

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Feb 2, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Telly wants to be King of Sesame Street and like the King in his favorite book, he wants to tell everyone what to do. This wears thin on his friends especially Baby Bear. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "K"; number of the day is "7."

Episode #3872

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 1, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Zoe reads the story of her life -- her Zoe-ology book -- to Tina. Zoe wrote the stories herself. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about books. The letter of the day is "C"; number of the day is "1".

Episode #3867

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Feb 1, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Elmo and Telly want to pick the flowers from the flower box. Luis points to the sign that says, "Please Do Not Pick the Flowers" and explains everyone can enjoy the flowers if they stay in their place. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "water." The letter of the day is "O"; number of the day is "10".

Episode #3871

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 31, 2000 -- 4:00 PM

Miles is in training with Gabby to become a babysitter. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "babies." The letter of the day is "Y"; number of the day is "14."

Episode #3866

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 31, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

It's Oscar's birthday, but like all grouches he doesn't want it to be a "happy" one. When Telly finds out, rallies everyone to give Oscar a "rotten, grouchy" birthday he always wanted. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about doggies. The letter of the day is "Y"; number of the day is "1".

Episode #3870

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 28, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Baby Bear and Telly play alphaquest looking for S letter words. Telly tires of the alphaquest game so Baby Bear suggests a porridge quest. Theme: literacy. Letter: S. Number: 16.

Episode #3865

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 28, 2000 -- 8:29 AM

Why are Elmo, Baby Bear and Telly saying "story" over and over again? It's because they're going to do a "story machine" -- everyone takes turns to make up a story.

Episode #3869

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 27, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Baby Bear and Telly are going to search for things that start with the letter of the day: "S". They are going on an "Alpha-Quest." Eventually the two split up when Baby Bear takes on a porridge question leaving Telly to carry on with the "Alpha-Quest." Neither finds being on their own as much fun as questing together. In ELMO's WORLD, Elmo is thinking about doggies. The letter of the day is "S"; the number of the day is "16."

Episode #3864

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 27, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Tell and Big Bird clash on whether it would be fun to count to 10 or say the ABCs. Alan solves the problem by suggesting they take turns. Oscar throws a wrench in the process with his pet elephants bowling game. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "exercise." The letter of the day is "U"; number of the day is 9.

Episode #3868

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 26, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly wants to be King of Sesame Street and like the King in his favorite book, he wants to tell everyone what to do. This wears thin on his friends especially Baby Bear. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "K"; number of the day is "7."

Episode #3863

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 26, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Big Bird wants to know what is "Show and Tell." When Gaby and Miles explain it to him, Big Bird decides to have a Show and Tell on Sesame Street. He recruits Telly and others to plan the big event. But sometimes it isn't easy to make a plan. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "C"; the number of the day is "14."

Episode #3867

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 25, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Elmo and Telly want to pick the flowers from the flower box. Luis points to the sign that says, "Please Do Not Pick the Flowers" and explains everyone can enjoy the flowers if they stay in their place. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "water." The letter of the day is "O"; number of the day is "10".

Episode #3862

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 25, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Baby Bear, Zoe and Elmo have started the Sesame Street Reading Club. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "X"; number of the day is "8".

Episode #3866

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 24, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

It's Oscar's birthday, but like all grouches he doesn't want it to be a "happy" one. When Telly finds out, rallies everyone to give Oscar a "rotten, grouchy" birthday he always wanted. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about doggies. The letter of the day is "Y"; number of the day is "1".

Episode #3861

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 24, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Telly's Uncle Charlie sends him a Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. The only problem, Maria points out, is Telly is not a teenager and the pogo stick may be too powerful for him. Maria is right, and Telly isn't happy that he is too young to ride the Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "3".

Episode #3865

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 21, 2000 -- 4:00 PM

Why are Elmo, Baby Bear and Telly saying "story" over and over again? It's because they're going to do a "story machine" -- everyone takes turns to make up a story.

Episode #3860

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 21, 2000 -- 8:29 AM

Telly is worried about his hamster Chuckie. Chuckie hasn't run on his wheel for weeks. He asks Gina if Chuckie may be sick. Gina says Chuckie is not sick but will have babies. Not only is Telly surprised that Chuckie is a girl, but is now worried about getting Chuckie to a hospital to have her babies. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "singing." The letter of the day is "Z"; number of the day is "4".

Episode #3864

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 20, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Tell and Big Bird clash on whether it would be fun to count to 10 or say the ABCs. Alan solves the problem by suggesting they take turns. Oscar throws a wrench in the process with his pet elephants bowling game. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "exercise." The letter of the day is "U"; number of the day is 9.

Episode #3859

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 20, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Telly enters the Triangle Lovers Club's triangle drawing contest. Baby Bear doesn't think Telly's triangle is good enough to win and volunteers himself to help Telly draw a better triangle. But then Baby Bear decides to enter the contest himself. He and Telly hope this will not hurt their friendship. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "Q"; number of the day is "6".

Episode #3863

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 19, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Big Bird wants to know what is "Show and Tell." When Gaby and Miles explain it to him, Big Bird decides to have a Show and Tell on Sesame Street. He recruits Telly and others to plan the big event. But sometimes it isn't easy to make a plan. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "C"; the number of the day is "14."

Episode #3858

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 19, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Zoe is excited about her playdate with Rosita. But Rosita has to cancel which leaves Zoe looking for someone else to share her playdate with. Everyone has other things to do. But the Jacket Fairy helps Zoe by turning her jacket into a playmate. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "20."

Episode #3862

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 18, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Baby Bear, Zoe and Elmo have started the Sesame Street Reading Club. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "X"; number of the day is "8".

Episode #3857

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 18, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

While her parents are away, Zoe gets to spend the night with Tina. But Tina gets a surprise pajama party which Zoe planned but forgot she wouldn't be hosting it at home. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "V"; number of the day is "8."

Episode #3861

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 17, 2000 -- 4:00 PM

Telly's Uncle Charlie sends him a Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. The only problem, Maria points out, is Telly is not a teenager and the pogo stick may be too powerful for him. Maria is right, and Telly isn't happy that he is too young to ride the Super Teenage Power Pogo Stick. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "3".

Episode #3856

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 17, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Oscar's worm friends are dressed up in costumes for the special "Wormy Gras" parade. Slimey hopes to be the only worm dressed as an ice cream soda; but unfortunately, it turns out he isn't the only worm who wants to be original. Gabbie, Maria and Oscar help Slimey come up with a new costume. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about singing. Letter of the day is "D"; number is "15."

Episode #3860

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 14, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly is worried about his hamster Chuckie. Chuckie hasn't run on his wheel for weeks. He asks Gina if Chuckie may be sick. Gina says Chuckie is not sick but will have babies. Not only is Telly surprised that Chuckie is a girl, but is now worried about getting Chuckie to a hospital to have her babies. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "singing." The letter of the day is "Z"; number of the day is "4".

Episode #3855

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 14, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Gordon, Telly, Linda and Miles want to give Barkley a bath. Unfortunately, Barkley doesn't like the idea and runs away. Oscar hopes Barkley stays smelly and dirty - as any grouch would. But Telly gives Barkley swimming goggles after finding out that Barkley was afraid of getting soap in his eyes. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "dogs." The letter of the day is "W"; the number is "7".

Episode #3859

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 13, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Telly enters the Triangle Lovers Club's triangle drawing contest. Baby Bear doesn't think Telly's triangle is good enough to win and volunteers himself to help Telly draw a better triangle. But then Baby Bear decides to enter the contest himself. He and Telly hope this will not hurt their friendship. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo is thinking about "drawing." The letter of the day is "Q"; number of the day is "6".

Episode #3854

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 13, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Maria is on babysitting duty with baby bird. In Elmo's World, Elmo is also thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "E"; number of the day is "17."

Episode #3858

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 12, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Zoe is excited about her playdate with Rosita. But Rosita has to cancel which leaves Zoe looking for someone else to share her playdate with. Everyone has other things to do. But the Jacket Fairy helps Zoe by turning her jacket into a playmate. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about bananas. The letter of the day is "J"; number of the day is "20."

Episode #3853

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 12, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Elmo is reading a book on zoo animals and plays a game to guess the sound each animal makes. Maria tells Elmo she loves to go to the zoo but has to work. It makes Elmo sad that Maria can't go to the zoo so Elmo comes up with an idea to bring the zoo to Maria. Big Bird and another kid share poems. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about exercise. Letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "12."

Episode #3857

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 11, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

While her parents are away, Zoe gets to spend the night with Tina. But Tina gets a surprise pajama party which Zoe planned but forgot she wouldn't be hosting it at home. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about exercise. The letter of the day is "V"; number of the day is "8."

Episode #3852

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 11, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Elizabeth loves her kitten Sparkles. Sparkles makes Elizabeth happy, but not when he runs away. Bob and Linda suggest Elizabeth post a "lost" sign to hopefully get Sparkles back. But Telly and Baby Bear find him first, unaware that Sparkles is a lost cat. They rename him "Murray. " In "Elmo's World," Elmo's thinking about doggies.

Episode #3856

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 10, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Oscar's worm friends are dressed up in costumes for the special "Wormy Gras" parade. Slimey hopes to be the only worm dressed as an ice cream soda; but unfortunately, it turns out he isn't the only worm who wants to be original. Gabbie, Maria and Oscar help Slimey come up with a new costume. In "Elmo's World," Elmo is thinking about singing. Letter of the day is "D"; number is "15."

Episode #3851

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 10, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Sesame Street is having a big dance party. Zoe wants to show off her ballet move (after 2 weeks of classes), and Big Bird helps Elmo find a dance routine that will knock everyone off their feet. The New York City Ballet is presented in special segments. In "Elmo's World," Elmo wants to talk about singing.

Episode #3855

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 7, 2000 -- 4:00 PM

Gordon, Telly, Linda and Miles want to give Barkley a bath. Unfortunately, Barkley doesn't like the idea and runs away. Oscar hopes Barkley stays smelly and dirty - as any grouch would. But Telly gives Barkley swimming goggles after finding out that Barkley was afraid of getting soap in his eyes. In Elmo's World, Elmo is thinking about "dogs." The letter of the day is "W"; the number is "7".

Episode #3785

KQED Channel 9: Fri, Jan 7, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Episode #3854

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 6, 2000 -- 4:00 PM

Maria is on babysitting duty with baby bird. In Elmo's World, Elmo is also thinking about babies. The letter of the day is "E"; number of the day is "17."

Episode #3740

KQED Channel 9: Thu, Jan 6, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

Robert MacNeil appears as a reporter covering Slimey's unsuccessful moon landing. Goal: science. Letter: L. Number: 15.

Episode #3853

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 5, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Elmo is reading a book on zoo animals and plays a game to guess the sound each animal makes. Maria tells Elmo she loves to go to the zoo but has to work. It makes Elmo sad that Maria can't go to the zoo so Elmo comes up with an idea to bring the zoo to Maria. Big Bird and another kid share poems. In ELMO'S WORLD, Elmo's thinking about exercise. Letter of the day is "R"; number of the day is "12."

Episode #3713

KQED Channel 9: Wed, Jan 5, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

The space ship has gone off course. To correct it, Slimey and the other worms need to learn to cooperate and only Oscar can help. Slimey has to do a space walk to press the button so the ship is heading the right direction. Goal: social interactions. Letter: Z. Number: 2.

Episode #3852

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 4, 2000 -- 4:00 PM

Elizabeth loves her kitten Sparkles. Sparkles makes Elizabeth happy, but not when he runs away. Bob and Linda suggest Elizabeth post a "lost" sign to hopefully get Sparkles back. But Telly and Baby Bear find him first, unaware that Sparkles is a lost cat. They rename him "Murray. " In "Elmo's World," Elmo's thinking about doggies.

Episode #3698

KQED Channel 9: Tue, Jan 4, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

This is the day the spaceship blasts off with Slimey and the 4 other international worms. Everyone is except Oscar. Although Oscar is upset, he is proud of Slimey. The Count does the spaceship countdown. Lynne Thigpen appears as the WASA representative. Goal: Science. Letter: G. Number: 5.

Episode #3851

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 3, 2000 -- 3:59 PM

Sesame Street is having a big dance party. Zoe wants to show off her ballet move (after 2 weeks of classes), and Big Bird helps Elmo find a dance routine that will knock everyone off their feet. The New York City Ballet is presented in special segments. In "Elmo's World," Elmo wants to talk about singing.

Episode #3696

KQED Channel 9: Mon, Jan 3, 2000 -- 8:30 AM

When Slimey learns that the Worm Air and Space Agency (WASA) is looking for a few good worms to send to the moon, he applies for the job. Goals: Science, literacy. Letter: M. Number: 18.

Episode #3785

KQED Plus: Fri, Dec 24, 1999 -- 7:30 AM

Episode #3719

KQED 9: Wed, Dec 15, 1999 -- 3:59 PM

Slimey's sister Sloppy is sad because she misses her brother. Oscar misses Slimey too. Oscar reassures her by playing games and showing Sloppy the journal he is keeping. They get a chance to talk to Slimey in space and they both feel better. Letter: J. Number: 5.

Episode #3698

KQED 9: Wed, Dec 15, 1999 -- 8:30 AM

This is the day the spaceship blasts off with Slimey and the 4 other international worms. Everyone is except Oscar. Although Oscar is upset, he is proud of Slimey. The Count does the spaceship countdown. Lynne Thigpen appears as the WASA representative. Goal: Science. Letter: G. Number: 5.

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