Sesame Street Episode 3943 - Everyone's cooking on Sesame Street

Sesame Street Episode 3943
Everyone's cooking on Sesame Street
Season 32

Sesame Street Episode 3943

Sesame Street Episode 3943

Sesame Street Episode 3943

Sesame Street Episode 3943 appears in the 32nd season. The name of the Episode is Everyone's cooking on Sesame Street. The air date of the episode is February 7, 2001. The number of the Episode is 20 and the letter is P. The celebrity guest of Episode 3943 is Evelyn Glennie.

In one of the street scenes from Episode 3943, Big Bird, Alan, and Snuffy are outside Hooper's Store, preparing a Snuffleupagus-sized batch of lemonade for Snuffy. Snuffy learned how to make lemonade from his mother and shares the recipe with his friends. The kids use oars to stir the mixture, as Alan's spoon is not large enough to mix the giant batch of lemonade. As the kids continue stirring, Snuffy sings a song about lemonade. After finishing the lemonade, Snuffy enjoys it so much that he wants to make another batch.

The Snuffleupagus-sized lemonade recipe includes:

Lots of water
40 lemons, cut up
Squeezing the lemons into the water
Adding sugar to the water
Mixing everything together
In another street scene, The Amazing Mumford, a boy named Steven, Alan, and Big Bird are inside Hooper's Store. Mumford attempts to make a peanut butter sandwich by using magic after reading a letter P cookbook. However, he accidentally creates a pickle, an orange pony, and a penguin playing piano. Alan offers to make the sandwich, but Mumford insists on trying again. Eventually, Alan places the sandwich on the table, and Mumford leaves with the pickle, confident that he will get it right next time.

In a third street scene, Herry Monster and the kids are in the yard mashing potatoes. They sing a mashing song together, and Herry considers mashing potatoes a form of exercise that makes you stronger. Alan joins them outside, and they continue to sing the song while adding ingredients. Herry loves the mashed potatoes they create.

Lastly, in a fourth street scene, the penguin continues to play the piano, and the pony chews on Alan's cloth. Alan announces the sponsors P and 20, as Steven looks at the penguin and pony.

One of the segments features a juggler who skillfully juggles three lemons and then two. He looks for the audience and is delighted when he finds them.

Another segment focuses on the letter P. A cartoon showcases P for peas, while another part presents a pack of painted purple penguins practicing a pop song in a pine tree park, accompanied by a pink pig with a parachute.

In a Muppets segment, Grover introduces something fuzzy and blue, which turns out to be Cookie Monster. Later on, a film segment showcases kids commenting on their favorite foods.

In a different part of the episode, three girls clap rhythms while naming vegetables, and Super Grover intends to fly into the air and wave at the number of the day. However, after a few unsuccessful attempts, he decides to forget the propelling part and just do the waving part. The following segment presents the number 20, with jungle creatures dancing and forming the number.

A cartoon features a character who is sent to the grocery store to get twenty grapefruits. He counts to 20 on the way there to remember the quantity but forgets what item he was sent for.

Celebrity percussionist Evelyn Glennie makes an appearance, asking Oscar the Grouch if she can join his Grouchketeer band. She demonstrates her percussion skills on her drums, trash can lids, and the Grouchketeers' heads. Oscar and the Grouchketeers are impressed.

In another Muppets segment, Hero Guy goes on a heroic musical adventure with Baby Bear. Then, Baby Bear plays the music repeating game with Hero Guy. A cartoon follows, where musicians in a painting learn to cooperate to play music.

Suzie Kabloozie stars in an animation segment, and another part features a photographic collage demonstration of ALL, MOST, SOME, and NONE of an apple.

Grover introduces the next segment, which he says will feature a "four-sided whatsis," later revealed to be a square. The segment, titled "It's Hip To Be a Square," is created by artists Vincent Cafarelli and Candy Kugel.

Finally, Elmo's World: Food is featured as a Muppets segment, where Elmo explores various aspects of food.