Sesame Street
Baby Bear and His Friends Build an Automatic Lemonade Pouring Machine
Air date September 13, 2006
Season Season 37 (2006)
Written by Molly Boylan
Sponsors U, 12
Releases HBO Max

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Picture Segment Description
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SCENE Telly, Baby Bear, and Elmo are enjoying refreshments in Hooper's Store. Baby Bear notes how busy Miles is tending to duties, and proposes a brilliant invention: An Automatic Lemonade Pouring Machine.
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SCENE, cont'd The others venture to the arbor to find that Baby Bear has drawn a diagram of his machine. He goes over the details of his Rube Goldberg-like contraption to a song. Afterwards, the threesome venture out to find the parts they need.
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SCENE, cont'd Baby Bear goes through an inventory of the items he has found: A sailboat, golf ball, and slide. Elmo returns with his tricycle and feathers, while Telly comes with string and a mouse named Marissa.
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SCENE, cont'd After collaborating on the assembly, the machine is finally put to the test. It fails to work properly, though...to the utter disappointment of Baby Bear, Telly, and Elmo. Marissa encourages them not to give up, though, and they achieve success with a bigger ball. Miles is impressed, and inspires Baby Bear to start planning a new invention: An Automatic Pancake-Flipping Machine.
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Song "It's a Long Hard Road, But I'm Gonna Get There."
(First: Episode 3398)
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Cartoon Mummy and Mummy Lou council Frankie and Wolfie on their Cookie Contanulator machine.
(First: Episode 4061)
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Muppets Letter of the Day: U

Cookie Monster sends the letter "U" into outer space on a rocket, but it comes back down again.
(First: Episode 3994)

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Song "My Friend U"
(First: Episode 3705)
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Song "I Eat the Colors of the Rainbow"
(First: Episode 4085)
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Celebrity Telly is hungry and calls on Alan at Hooper's Store for lunch. Alex Trebek appears instead, however, and leads him on in a Jeopardy!-like quiz game about food called "Special of the Day."
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Film Joe Raposo sings "Everybody Eats."
Re-filmed version
(First: Episode 2855)
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Muppets Muppet & Kid MomentMurray Monster asks Venetia her favorite thing to eat for breakfast.
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Muppets While Ernie is away visiting the Count, Bert has the place all to himself... or so he thinks! A group of sheep burst into the room and proceed to sing him a song ("Bert's Blanket") about how his blanket was made (with a flashback scene where Ernie is portrayed as a farmer). Bert then corrects them on the actual production phase.
(First: Episode 2391)
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Cartoon "This Is the Game Today"
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Cartoon A pattern is created out of hexagons and triangles
(First: Episode 4120)
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Transition Bouncing ball
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Animation Counting toes
(First: Episode 4117)
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Muppets Global Grover: Grover returns from Poland with a pile of old clothes. In his film he explains the function and construction of scarecrows, and afterwards he creates a scarecrow of his own and dresses up as a crow to demonstrate its effects.
(First: Episode 4066)
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Muppets The Number of the Day: 12

The Count is congregated with Jessica on the steps of 123 Sesame Street, and counts out twelve beats on her drum.

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Cartoon Suzie Kabloozie: Judge #12
(First: Episode 3898)
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Film Ornate 12s sail through the air.
(First: Episode 3274)
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Muppets Elmo's World: Sky
(First: Episode 3982)
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Insert The Adventures of Trash Gordon

Chapter 648
Trash is stuck on the Planet Conga Line and is unable to stop dancing...until he changes the Conga Liners' radio station.

Notes

  • Although Sesame Workshop's original episode description referenced the mouse's name as "Squeaky," she is referred to as "Marissa" in the actual dialogue.


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