|Written by||Cathi Rosenberg-Turow|
| First Appearance|
|Guess what Elmo's thinking about today?||Elmo opens his door to let in the computer on which he normally watches his video emails.|
|Dorothy's Question||Dorothy wants to know how you use a computer to write.|
|The Noodle Family||Elmo scares Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle to cure his hiccups before he asks him the question of the day. Mr Noodle tries placing a piece of paper on top of a computer monitor to write on it before he's instructed to turn the computer on. He then pets the mouse as if it's a small pet rodent and finally figures out how to type on the keyboard until he utterly destroys the computer and got the hiccups again!|
|Kids and Baby||Some kids show various levels of familiarity with computer skills.|
|Elmo's Question||Elmo counts how many computer mice are doing the cha-cha. Afterwards, the computer appears to give Elmo an e-mail for the first time and Elmo failed to stop the computer from leaving.|
|Quiz||Elmo looks at all the different places one can find a computer as Oscar appears with a computer found in the trash because it is broken anyways!|
|Film||Elmo's friend Jordan makes a birthday card for her dad on the computer. She even gave a picture that she made to Elmo afterwards.|
|TV Cartoon||The computer appears again to give Elmo an e-mail but disappeared until Elmo heard a click and thought that it was the computer but it was the TV who wants Elmo to see The Computer Channel. In this channel, a computer and a mouse sing "I Get a Click Out of You". Stay tuned for "Lost in Cyberspace."|
|Video Email||By now, Elmo succeeded on stopping the computer from leaving and gets the e-mail for the first time. Elmo got his first video e-mail from Telly and Rosita who tell Elmo about how much they've loved learning how to use the computer while Telly chants "Dot com! Dot com!" over and over.|
| ||Tickle Me Land||Dorothy imagines Elmo in a computer game, a desktop paint program, and an interactive story of The Three Little Pigs.|
- During the computer montage, a child can be seen playing the Sesame Street CD-ROM Letters.
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