Sesame Street Episode 4115

Sesame Street Episode 4115
Maria & Luis' Wedding Anniversary / "H" Day
Season 37 (2006)
Matt Lauer visits Sesame Street.

Air date: August 24, 2006   Written by: Molly Boylan


COLD OPEN: Today on Sesame Street the guest are clumsy camel, rhyming farm animals, or Matt Lauer.

SCENE: Today Maria and Luis are celebrating their wedding anniversary. They having a picnic in a quiet spot.

Big Bird, Elmo, and Zoe walk by to sing about the letter of the day and this is the end of the guiet for Maria and Luis. They are singing a song about the letter H to the melody of ‘’Funiculi, Funicula’’. But Maria and Luis are looking on skeptically.

Sesame Street 4115

They are finished with the first part of their song, and then Big Bird note that there is also a part two. Some children want to join them. But instead of singing, they are only laughing. Maria and Luice decided to find a new place for their picnic.

Maria and Luis are looking forward to having a quiet picnic alone in a new spot. As they utter the words honey and huh H-Man pops up.

Sesame Street 4115

Big Bird, Elmo, and Zoe are thanking H-Man for coming. He will host the Sound of H Game. Maria and Luis are also invited to play the game and they agree.

H-Man sings a version of Three of These Things and presents a grid of four objects. Big Bird, Elmo, and Zoe win the game by isolating the helicopter, hippopotamus, and hexagon from the ball.

Sesame Street Episode 4115

H-Man brings in Herb, Helen, Harold, and Hanna Honker. They started to hop and honk so Maria and Luis decided to sneak away.

Finally, in a quiet place, Maria and Luis wish each other a happy anniversary. But this time Big Bird and Mr. Snuffleupagus walk in. Luis tells them that Maria and himself need time alone together and directs them not to carry out their Letter H Dance.

Sesame Street Episode 4115

But as Maria heard about the hula dance, she says that this dance is their favorite one. They engaged in this dance on their honeymoon in Honolulu, Hawaii. They want to dance together with Big Bird and Snuffy and they decided to have their picnic later.

Cartoon: Leanna Williams tells a story. In this story, she explains her travel to Hawaii and how she bought a Hawaiian shirt there. (new music and sound effects added) Artist: Artist Mike

Song: "Happy Happiness," some kids are playing at the beach.

The Letter of the Day: H. Cookie Monster wants to hide the letter of the day cookie: H. The best place to hide it is his tummy!

Sesame Street Episode 4115

Cartoon: In this cartoon, Hillary and Henry have a holiday picnic with the letter H.

Film: Letter Garden: H

Cartoon: One man asks another man how he likes his hat. (Cliff Roberts-inspired animation)

Cartoon: "Banana Samba" (short version)

Celebrity: Cookie Monster stopped eating cookies and Matt Lauer interviews him about this. But Cookie Monster maintains that he does like fruit and cookies as well.

Sesame Street Episode 4115

Traction Jackson: TJ sings "Fruit Snack Samba" to correct Bernie about his junk food habits.

Muppets: Camaria answers the questions of Broccoli about her favorite fruit.

Ernie and Bert: Ernie has no one to play with so he sings "Somebody Come and Play".

Sesame Street 4115

Cartoon: "This is the Game Today"

Animation: In this animation, a child makes some patterns of giraffes and elephants.

Animation: A pattern of yellow and red birds

Global Grover: Grover was in Hawaii and he surfed back to Sesame Street. He has a film of a hula party. He has also a grass skirt but he suddenly remembers that his skirt is a rental.

Sesame Street 4115

The Number of the Day: A remake of the Number Song Series brings forth 3.

Song: It's number 3 (on trike/on a hike)

Film: In this film, three Wegman dogs are arranged in different ways.

Elmo's World: Wild Animals

The Adventures of Trash Gordon: Chapter 692: Trash turns himself upside down on Planet Upside-Down. He wants to avoid frightening Upside-Downians. Sesame Street Episode 4115 ends after The Adventures of Trash Gordon Chapter 692.

Sesame Street 4115

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