Sesame Street Episode 5012 Elmo's Good Luck Charm

Elmo's Good Luck Charm

Alan observes Elmo, Abby, and Rosita as they train for their upcoming tee-ball game. They all praise Elmo for his excellent skills, which seem to improve with every practice. Elmo credits his success to his lucky charm - a pristine Joe DiMonstrio baseball card he keeps in his pocket. He demonstrates how well it helps him throw and catch, but Alan suggests that perhaps consistent practice has contributed to his improvement; Elmo disagrees. The team waits for their opponents, the T-Rexes, to arrive. They initially worry that they might be gigantic and intimidating, but they turn out to be a friendly group of ordinary kids (including Suri Marrero). A squirrel (Peter Linz) arrives late as the scorekeeper, having just finished assembling his nest.

As everyone joins in their pre-game celebration, Elmo's lucky card falls out of his pocket unnoticed. The squirrel finds it and thinks it would make an excellent poster for his nest. The two teams begin the game, and after four innings, the scorekeeper announces a tie with only one inning left. The Slimey Sluggers are confident they can score one more run, particularly with Elmo's exceptional performance. However, Elmo realizes he's lost his lucky charm, and no one can find it on the ground. He steps up to bat but lacks the confidence to hit the ball, earning two strikes. Alan calls a timeout to encourage Elmo, convincing him that his success during the game was his own doing, not the card's. Elmo returns to the plate and hits a grand slam, shattering the neon Hooper's Store sign's lights. He returns to home base, and they spot the squirrel's nest with Elmo's card. Elmo tells the squirrel to keep it; he can play tee-ball without it. Elmo, Abby, and Rosita sign off as they continue playing tee-ball.

Big Bird's Road Trip: Big Bird and Elmo watch a video of Sawyer from Ogden, Utah.

Elmo and friends sing and clap as they discover the letter of the day - S.

Celebrity: Big Bird hosts "Sesame Sports Street," where he interviews Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim.

Smart Cookies: The Gingerbread Man - The team goes to the city track to protect the Gingerbread Man while he practices for a significant race, preventing the Crumb from interfering. The Crumb slips past Cookie Monster and uses ice-ing to freeze the track, causing the Gingerbread Man to slide around. Miss Fortune tells them they need something that comes in pairs to save the Gingerbread Man. Cookie Monster tries a pair of bunny ears and a pair of stilts, but neither help him move on the ice. Finally, he grabs a pair of ice skates, and he and Chipowski rescue the Gingerbread Man, who remains in danger when Cookie Monster chases him, craving a snack.

Elmo and Abby dress as astronauts and sing about finding the number of the day by counting Martians. Today, there are 10.

Elmo's World: Balls

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