Sesame Street Episode 2096 The adults on Sesame Street finally meet Mr. Snuffleupagus

Sesame Street Episode 2096
The adults on Sesame Street finally meet Mr. Snuffleupagus
Season 17

Sesame Street Episode 2096

Sesame Street Episode 2096

Sesame Street Episode 2096

Sesame Street Episode 2096 appears in the 17th season. The name of the Episode is The adults on Sesame Street finally meet Mr. Snuffleupagus. The air date of the episode is November 18, 1985. The number of the Episode is 6 and the letters are J, S. The celebrity guest of Episode 2096 is Edith Ann.

In Episode 2096 of Sesame Street, a significant event takes place as the adults finally meet Mr. Snuffleupagus, Big Bird's long-time friend. Throughout the episode, various street scenes unfold, highlighting the interactions between the characters.

In the first street scene, Big Bird shares his plan to prove Mr. Snuffleupagus's existence to the adults. He recalls the numerous times the adults thought Snuffy was imaginary, and devises a plan involving a secret word—"food"—to signal the adults to come and see Snuffy.

In the second street scene, Snuffy decides to inform his mother about the plan. However, Big Bird, eager to execute the plan, calls the adults too soon, and they fail to see Snuffy. The adults are divided in their opinions about Snuffy's existence, with some starting to believe Big Bird. To prevent Snuffy from leaving, Big Bird enlists Elmo's help.

The scene continues with Phil Donahue interviewing the adults about their thoughts on Big Bird's secret word plan. The adults agree to disagree on the matter. Suddenly, Big Bird yells "Food!" and the adults rush to his nest, only to find Elmo holding onto Zoe, who is covered with a Snuffleupagus-like blanket. Big Bird claims it was just a practice run and is satisfied with the result.

In the third street scene, Big Bird asks Elmo to hold onto Snuffy's snuffle while he fetches the adults. Snuffy tries to wander away, but Elmo holds on tightly. The adults hesitantly enter Big Bird's nest, and for the first time, they see Mr. Snuffleupagus. Big Bird rejoices as the disbelieving adults finally meet Snuffy. The adults apologize to Big Bird for not believing him, and they promise to trust him in the future. Big Bird then introduces each adult to Snuffy.

In the final street scene, after Snuffy has been introduced to all the adults, Elmo suggests a group hug, which Phil Donahue joins. Oscar the Grouch, disgusted by the scene, announces the episode's sponsors and invites everyone to meet him at the swamp.

One of the animated segments features a boy acting out his feelings as animals, with the phrase "There's a zoo in me!" In another animation, a car drives through blocks, showcasing movement and spatial awareness. An additional animated segment presents a game show called "Name That Food," hosted by Don Carrot, where viewers are encouraged to identify different types of food.

In a Muppet sketch, Cookie Monster sounds out the word "FOOD" and then proceeds to eat it. Another Muppet sketch features Grover and Maya, where Grover asks Maya to help him follow an arrow. As the arrow changes direction, Grover becomes exhausted from trying to keep up with it.

Throughout the episode, various songs are performed. Joe Raposo sings "Dressed Up" and "Peanut Butter," while a group of children on a playground form the letters of the alphabet in another musical segment. The Count sings "The Batty Bat," and Ernie performs "Dance Myself to Sleep."

In a Muppet and Celebrity segment, Edith Ann tells Herry Monster about feeling proud. The Two-Headed Monster also makes an appearance, finding a pencil with a broken point and demonstrating the fun one can have with it.

Several film segments are included in the episode, such as footage of people jumping and a film about washing elephants at the Bronx Zoo, accompanied by the song "Splish Splash." Another film showcases kittens playing, with child voiceovers in both English and Spanish.

In a Sesame Street News Flash sketch, Kermit the Frog interviews the Three Little Pigs about their reactions to the Big Bad Wolf blowing down their houses.

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