|Air date||August 16, 2006|
|Season||Season 37 (2006)|
|Cookie Monster sings "Cookie World" to a parody of the "Elmo's World" theme song. Naturally enough, he's thinking about cookies, and so is his cookie in a goldfish bowl (which, luckily, is not filled with water).|
|Cookie Monster flags down Bob (who he calls "Mr. Bobble") and asks him how he eats a cookie. Bob doesn't have a cookie on hand, but he does have an apple.|
|Cookie Monster next approaches a baby and her father. The baby is more inclined to play with Cookie Monster's fur than answer the question, however.|
|Cookie Monster finally remembers that he's an "expert in the field," and eats a cookie himself without further reservation. He counts ten cookies on a plate with several kids, then "subtracts" by eating them.|
|Cookie Monster asks Maria if various inanimate objects like a basketball and toaster eat cookies, attracting variously indignant replies.|
|When Zoe walks by, Cookie Monster suggests that she can do a cookie dance. Although caught off-guard, she reluctantly agrees, fetches a costume, and dances away!|
|Cookie Monster wants to learn more about cookies. He talks to a cookie in an attempt to find answers, then eats it.|
|Cookie Monster's cookie imagines Cookie Monster eating cookies.|
|Finally, Cookie Monster is ready to sing the "cookie song." He says goodbye to "Mr. Bobble" and his cookie in a bowl. That's Cookie World!|
|Suzie Kabloozie sings about the things she can imagine herself doing "In My Head."|
(EKA: Episode 3691)
|Jamie Foxx sings the Alphabet with Elmo and a fox and duck also named Jamie Foxx.|
|The Letter of the Day: Q|
Cookie Monster eats the little stemmy part of the Letter Q Cookie, and Prairie Dawn thinks it is the letter O.
(First: Episode 3982)
|Girls giggle as they clap their way to the letter Q.|
(EKA: Episode 3749)
|Fans unveil Q and q.|
(EKA: Episode 2895)
|Q, for quack. Quiet!|
(EKA: Episode 3792)
|Song: "Look What a Carrot Can Do"|
|Sesame Street Dinner Theatre presents "Omelet: Prince of Dinner." Prince Omelet faces the dilemma of choosing between brocooli and peas at the dinner table.|
|A hip-hop/dancehall call-and-response song.|
(EKA: Episode 4079)
|Ernie and Bert:|
Ernie invites Bert and the viewer to rub their tummy and pat their head, and sings "Rub Your Tummy."
(First: Episode 4040)
|"This is the Game Today"|
|A piece of paper floats down onto a table, then folds itself into a paper crane, which flies away.|
(EKA: Episode 2956)
Mr. Johnson visits Charlie's Russian Restaurant, where his meal is accompanied by music by Sasha and Masha. Each dish he tries to order turns out to not be available, however, attracting a song and dance from Grover and his two accomplices each time.
|A clay animation of Russian, Arabian, and South American scenes.|
|The Number of the Day: 10|
The Count counts the number of times Kyle jumps off the front step of 123 Sesame Street before his hair turns blue. Kyle's hair doesn't change after 10 jumps, but that's not the only surprise!
|10 water-skiing hippos.|
|Counting 10 flowers.|
(EKA: Episode 4057)
|Song: "A Number 10 from Tennessee"|
Artist: Gene Barretta
(EKA: Episode 3792)
|Elmo's World: Telephones|
(EKA: Episode 3870)
|The Adventures of Trash Gordon|
On the Planet of the Giant Ringing Telephone, Trash answers the phone.
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