Sesame Street Episode 5013 New Neighbor on Sesame Street

New Neighbor on Sesame Street

Chris welcomes the viewer and informs Elmo and Rosita that a new family will be moving to Sesame Street today, including a young girl named Charlotte who prefers to be called Charlie. She is astonished to find friendly monsters on the block. She shares that her parents were in the military, so they've moved to various places. Elmo and Rosita offer to be her friends and show her around the neighborhood. As they set off, Rosita assures Charlie, "You've never seen a place like this. So many things happen here, you'll love it!"

In the yard, Charlie is amazed by a penguin on a pogo stick and walking, talking letters and numbers. She briefly meets the Count, who counts the one new friend on Sesame Street. They then visit the garden to meet Abby Cadabby, who gifts Charlie a flower bracelet. After a short encounter with Bert and Ernie, Elmo and Rosita introduce Charlie to Big Bird's nest. Big Bird and Snuffy arrive, and Charlie is astounded by their size. They all join in a game of tag.

Following the game, Charlie observes how friendly the entire street seems, except for Oscar the Grouch, who tells them to leave. He scoffs at the idea of becoming friends, but Charlie is confident it can happen, considering the diverse types of friends on the street. Everyone comes together to sing "Anyone Can Be Friends." In the evening, Charlie thanks Elmo and Rosita for their friendship and heads home to tell her parents about her first day on Sesame Street. Elmo and Rosita bid her farewell.

Big Bird's Road Trip: Big Bird and Elmo watch a video message from Zoe, who shares her experiences living in the Gila River Indian Community in Arizona.

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

Celebrity: Thomas Rhett performs "This Is My Street" with the many residents of Sesame Street.

Cookie Monster's Foodie Truck: On a sweltering day, a boy wants to do something kind for his friends and orders refreshing fruit smoothies. Cookie Monster and Gonger have all the ingredients, except for milk, so they head to the farm and factory to learn about the milk-making process.

Elmo and Abby dress as astronauts and sing about finding the number of the day by counting Martians. Today, there are 2.

Elmo's World: Sharing

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