|Elmo and Zoe practice science|
|Air date||October 24, 2005|
|Season||Season 36 (2005)|
|Written by||Lou Berger, Annie Evans|
|COLD OPEN||Healthy Moment: Samara and Telly say that fruits are good as a healthy snack. Afterwards, Telly tries to figure out what fruit Samara is signing with her hands. He finds out that she wants a banana and they both dance along with two Muppet bananas that pop up. |
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cut from the HBO Max version
|SCENE||Elmo watches a leaf floating in a bucket of water. Gordon comes by and Elmo asked him if everything can float. Gordon thinks it is a good question and they test it out by using an apple that Gordon had and see if it would float in the bucket of water.|
|SCENE, cont'd||At that moment, Zoe and Rocco came by and Elmo tells Zoe that he and Gordon are trying to see if the apple would float. Zoe and Elmo guess that the apple would sink, but when Gordon let go of the apple into the bucket of water, the apple was floating. Then Zoe notice that Rocco is round and thinks it might float. Elmo doesn’t think it would float since he threw pebbles in a puddle and Rocco is like a rock so it might sink. Gordon drops Rocco in the bucket and it sank real fast. Gordon explains to Elmo that some things float and some things sink depending on how they weigh.|
|SCENE, cont'd||As Gordon takes Rocco out of the bucket, Zoe notice how shiny it is and slippery from the water. Elmo says Rocco could slide down a slide because he is slippery. Gordon agrees and makes a slide out of a crate and board to see if Rocco would slide down. Just then, Telly arrives and Zoe explains to Telly what they are doing. After Zoe, Telly, and Elmo making their guesses, Gordon lets go of Rocco, but it didn’t slide down. Elmo and Zoe notice Rocco is dry and that he needs to be wet again to be slippery. So Gordon wets Rocco using the bucket of water and tries again, but nothing happen. Then Telly makes a hypothesis that the board needs to be raised at a different angle for Rocco to slide down. So Gordon adds another crate and when Gordon lets go of Rocco, Rocco slide down the board. Telly’s hypothesis was correct.|
|SCENE, cont'd||Next, Telly wanted to see if his two triangles would slide down the board. He mentions that one triangle is made out of light aluminum and the other triangle is made out of sticks. Gordon tries the two triangles on the board and they both slide down the board. Then Elmo wanted to know if both triangles could float in the water. They test it out and found out that the wood triangle floated, but the aluminum triangle sank.|
|SCENE, cont'd||At that moment, a leaf fell into the bucket of water and it started to float. As Gordon leaves, Telly, Elmo, and Zoe watch the leaf float in the water bucket and pretend it is a boat. Then they test to see if Elmo rocks the bucket if the leaf still floats.|
|Song||"Explore With Me" (reggae)|
(First: Episode 3531)
|Muppets||The Letter of The Day Games: P|
In order to win a whole lot of cookies, Cookie Monster has one minute to find three things that begin with the letter P. He finds a pizza, a painting and Prairie Dawn.
|Cartoon||A letter "P" sits on an island before a rotating sunset. The ridges of the letter "P" moves along the letter and flash in different colors. (new music and voiceover added)|
(First: Episode 0452)
|Film||P for party, picture and puzzle|
(First: Episode 3267)
|Muppets||The Spanish Word of the Day:|
Elmo’s pet goldfish, Dorothy, tells Rosita that the Spanish Word of the Day is Pez, which means Fish.
cut from the HBO Max version
|Film||A boy loves learning about fish. He reads books about them, and even catches them.|
(First: Episode 3689)
|Cartoon||Healthy Food Song: Artichoke|
|Insert||Big Bird helps present the Sign Language Moment of the Day, "jump."|
(First: Episode 3136)
|Muppets||Muppet & Kid Moment — Grover counts how many times Tale can jump.|
Ernie gives a report on what the well-dressed trees are wearing each season.
(First: Episode 2417)
|Film||In sign language, a boy reads his poem, "My Tree."|
(First: Episode 3845)
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Grover returns from Nicaragua carrying bricks that he made himself. He shows a film of his friend Gilberto making his own bricks. (First: Episode 2744)
When the film finishes, Grover reveals his own brick and becomes frustrated when it won’t say hello.
(First: Episode 4043)
cut from the DVD version
|Muppets||The Number of the Day: The Count counts and sings up to 15, accompanied by the Countess and their band of musicians.|
(First: Episode 2567)
|Film||Kid mural painting #15|
(First: Episode 3649)
|Muppets||Desperate Houseplants: Stinky the Stinkweed and a female plant (recycled from Stuckweed) are desperate for sunlight and water, until the scantily dressed gardener arrives to care for them. According to the announcer, Desperate Houseplants airs on the Bloom Network.|
|Animation||All living things need clean water.|
(First: Episode 2731)
|Muppets||Elmo's World: Flowers, Plants & Trees|
(First: Episode 3895)
|Insert||The Adventures of Trash Gordon|
On the Planet Pots and Pans, Trash bangs the biggest pot tops together, persuading the Pots and Pansians to stop doing the same.
|Song||“You Don't Have to Be a Grizzly” ...to eat some honey! |
(First: Episode 3398)
This segment replaced the "My Tree" film in the HBO Max version.
|Film||Kids observe different kinds of bugs and flowers. |
(First: Episode 3696)
This segment replaced the "My Tree" film in the DVD version.
Grover visits South Africa and learns how to make toy cars out of scrap wire. (First: Episode 4068)
This segment replaced the original Global Grover segment on the DVD version.
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