Sesame Street Episode 3663 - Elmo's dream

Sesame Street Episode 3663
Elmo's dream
Season 29

Sesame Street Episode 3663

Sesame Street Episode 3663

Sesame Street Episode 3663

Sesame Street Episode 3663 appears in the 29th season. The name of the Episode is Elmo's dream. The air date of the episode is November 26, 1997. The number of the Episode is 11 and the letter is E. The celebrity guests of Episode 3663 are Tony Bennett, Michael Jeter, Patrick Stewart, Ray Charles, Shari Lewis, , Harry Belafonte, Lamb Chop, David Robinson, and Ellen DeGeneres.

Luis and Gabi welcome the viewers as Elmo approaches them, visibly upset after having a bad dream. Luis advises Elmo to take a deep breath to calm down. Once he feels better, Elmo starts describing his dream to them.

In Elmo's dream, he was strolling in the park singing "Monster in the Mirror" when he came across a mirror. He carefully examines his reflection and starts singing the "Wubba Wubba" song. Suddenly, Elmo's reflection steps out of the mirror, and now there are two Elmos! Back in reality, Elmo is still upset, so he takes a few more deep breaths before continuing his story.

In the dream, both Elmos realize they are identical in every way. However, Elmo #2 wants to confirm this and asks Elmo #1 some questions. They discover that they are indeed on the same wavelength and decide to see how long and how fast they can play "Wubbawubba Boing Boing" before getting tired. The game exhausts both Elmos, so they take a nap on a park bench.

Elmo continues to share his dream with Luis and Gabi, who find it interesting so far. In the dream, the two Elmos decide to play "Follow the Leader," but each Elmo wants to be the leader. They eventually agree to take turns leading, and Elmo #2 lets Elmo #1 go first. As they play, they pass by Oscar, who is puzzled to see two Elmos.

In the dream, Elmo #1 wants to play something else, but Elmo #2 keeps repeating everything Elmo #1 says. The two Elmos continue playing "Follow the Leader," even though Elmo #1 repeatedly tells Elmo #2 to stop. This explains why Elmo feels angry after having the dream.

To get away from Elmo #2, Elmo #1 runs and hides in the dream. While Elmo #2 searches for him, Elmo #1 watches from his apartment window and comments on how annoying the other Elmo is. Big Bird invites Elmo #1 to play with his new toy airplane, but Elmo #2 shows up first, and Elmo #1 becomes even angrier when he finds Elmo #2 playing with Big Bird.

Back in reality, Elmo warns Luis and Gabi that his dream makes him even angrier later on. Luis advises him to breathe some more. Once he's done, Elmo continues his dream story. In the dream, Big Bird is confused as the two Elmos fight over the airplane. Suddenly, a third Elmo appears and joins the tug-of-war over the toy.

Elmo explains that this is where the dream ended, and he woke up. He realized that having three Elmos was worse than having two. Luis reassures him that he doesn't have to be angry anymore because it was just a dream, and there's only one Elmo. Feeling better, Elmo climbs up on the Fix-It Shop bench to go back to sleep, hoping to re-enter the dream and play with the other two Elmos.

As Elmo falls asleep, he dreams of breaking up the fight between the other two Elmos over the airplane. He reminds them that it's just a dream, and they can all get along and play together, even with Big Bird. Luis and Gabi watch Elmo sleep peacefully and announce the sponsors.

Muppets: Grover entertains everyone with his rendition of "Monster in the Mirror."

Cartoon: The crew aboard spaceship CU2 searches for signs of life in space, discovering signs like ONE WAY, STOP, and EXIT.

Film: Children learn the sounds a sheep makes.

Muppets: Count von Count delights the audience by singing "Lambaba" while counting sheep and other animals that appear in the room.

Film: A young boy, afraid of the dark, learns to use his imagination to calm himself down. He conducts a symphony with his toys.

Cartoon: A boy shares a heartwarming poem about meeting Eleanor, the friendly monster under his bed.

Song: "Get On Up and Move Your Body" gets everyone dancing.

Film: The McDouble twins demonstrate the importance of helping each other.

Animation: School supplies come together to form the letter E.

Song: Graceful E's glide by to the rhythm of a catchy tune.

Animation: E / e Gregorian chant fills the air.

Cartoon: Various animals create a rhythm with their footsteps, featuring an elephant, a zebra, a hedgehog, an ostrich, a frog, and a ladybug.

Film: A group of girls perform a playground cheer, "One step forward, one step back."

Cartoon: A girl believes she hears a monster cha-cha-ing outside her window, but it's only the wind and crickets. Her snores frighten the real monster.

Video: Ann Marie DeAngelo and Skeeter Rabbit showcase their dance routine. The frame freezes whenever the word STOP appears.

Cartoon: A little boy recounts a time when he got angry after his toy truck was destroyed by a big kid.

Muppet & Kid Moment: Samantha talks to Grover about what she does when she gets angry.

Animation: Counting up to 11 with African masks.

Film: Milo Counting: 11

Animation: Clown Honking #11

Film: A boy named Anthony and his parents perform as trapeze artists in a circus. David Larible, a clown from the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, makes a guest appearance.

Animation: The word LOVE takes shape on paper.

Muppets: Ernie asks Bert, "Do You Like Me?"

Animation: In a Van Gogh painting, a baby takes its first steps toward Papa.

Celebrity: Ray Charles sings the Alphabet Song, joined by various celebrities including Michael Jeter, Patrick Stewart, Tony Bennett, Shari Lewis, Lamb Chop, Harry Belafonte, Grover, David Robinson, and Ellen DeGeneres.

Cartoon: Noodles & Nedd make the bed.

Song: Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Sleeps"

Animation: Planet E / e

Film: A Jaws spoof presents the letter E.

Animation: Computer E / e

Cartoon: Two camels, voiced by David Rudman and Joey Mazzarino, learn to share at a watering hole.

Muppets: Two-Headed Monster: One head wants to play the trumpet, but the other head wants to sleep.

Cartoon: "From Your Head"

COMING SOON: Get ready for an upcoming episode of Sesame Street, where Telly, Baby Bear, and the whole Sesame Street gang sing a fun song about a silly word, "Pokonoko."



  2. this is my favoroute episode

  3. My favourite episode too