|The Cowmonster Pair|
|Air date||November 11, 2009|
|Season||Season 40 (2009-2010)|
|Written by||Joey Mazzarino|
|COLD OPEN||What's the Word on the Street?: Pair|
|SCENE||Elmo and Telly are enjoying breakfast at Hooper's Store with Chris when Little Bo Peep arrives with her cow. She explains she traded her sheep in for a cow, which is harder to lose. However, when she turns her back, the cow strolls away and she can’t see him anywhere. Telly has an idea on how to capture the cow and pulls Elmo off-screen to become...|
| ||SCENE cont'd||The Cowmonster Pair! Telly brings in Luis, dressed in cowboy gear, who sings in praise of the pair. The Cowmonster Pair heads out of the store to begin their search.|
|SCENE cont'd||Elmo and Telly look for cow clues, but they don’t know what they are. Luis pops up again and sings that they need to find cow tracks. Telly spots tracks on the ground, which they assume belongs to the cow. Telly throws his lasso, but instead catches a chicken, whose claws made the tracks. Bo Peep thinks she can file a “missing cow report”, but Luis appears once again, and advises them to look for rounder tracks.|
| ||SCENE cont'd||They look around Oscar's trash can for cow tracks. They spot round animal tracks spreading up along the can. Telly hurls his lasso into the can and is pulled in by the creature, who turns out to be a raccoon. The raccoon reveals he made the paw prints on the can. Luis sings another clue for them: cow tracks are shaped almost like two half moons.|
|SCENE cont'd||Telly and Elmo spot two moon-shaped tracks leading into 123 Sesame Street. Telly once again tosses his lasso and is pulled toward the window. A lassoed moose appears, who mistakenly thinks he is in the Tundra. Elmo sees that the tracks are caused by the moose’s hooves. Telly and Bo Peep give up, but Elmo thinks they still have a chance and has Luis appear again, but he instead sings about them giving up.|
| ||SCENE cont'd||Elmo thinks that with the clues they already have, they can find the cow. Elmo thinks the cow tracks will be like the moose tracks, but smaller. They follow a series of tracks in the arbor, when they come across the cow tracks that lead up to a rope. Telly tugs on it, which sends a cow hurtling down onto them. Bo Peep thanks the pair as they head back to Hooper’s for breakfast. Luis sings a final ballad about the Cowmonster Pair from the fire escape.|
|Muppets / Celebrity||Sarah Jessica Parker and Elmo explain what a pair is.|
| ||Muppets||Murray announces Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming up, but first, he and the kids play "What's on Me That Starts with E?"|
|Cartoon|| Cookie Monster sings about the E sound in the word "elephant."|
Taken from Sesame Street English
|Muppets||Murray and Navin introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.|
| ||Muppets / Animation|| Abby's Flying Fairy School|
Today, the students play with puppets, but Blögg can’t seem to make his work. He tries using magic to turn it into a real boy, but instead turns himself into a puppet. Mrs. Sparklenose explains the only way he can become normal again is by undergoing the “Pinocchio Process”. The first step to hop with a cricket, so they poof themselves to a field to find one. After hopping with one, Blögg’s feet become normal. Next, they poof to a farm to do the “Donkey Dance of Joy” with a donkey. However, the donkey is rouge and begins chasing him. They call on Spot, who shows them a brief song about hay. They conjure up some hay, which sedates the donkey and makes him dance, making Blögg gain his arms back. Finally, Blögg must swim with a whale. They poof underwater, but Blögg has trouble swimming and his friends help him. Now back to normal and in the class room, Blögg uses his wand to operate the puppet.
|Muppets|| Ernie and Bert: Ernie sings "The Ding-Along Song" with the Dingers, much to Bert's annoyance.|
(First: Episode 4110)
|Muppets||Murray announces it's almost time for "Murray Has a Little Lamb", but first, he counts 2 of various things.|
|Animation||Salty and Pierre, spicy detectives, look for the number 2. They climb a mountain of potatoes and find 2 swans shaped like the number 2, while Salty obsesses over the connection to Swan Lake.|
|Muppets||As Murray rushes off to school, Jordan introduces "Murray Has a Little Lamb".|
| ||Muppets|| Murray Has a Little Lamb|
Murray’s lamb gives him clues to the secret escuela they’re visiting. She claps her hooves and Irish music begins playing, leading them to Irish Step Dancing School. Murray struggles learning how to kick, but with practice, he is able to do a jig.
(First: Episode 4169)
"Guessing Game" portion cut, new intro added
|Muppets||Since "Elmo's World" is near, Murray gives a demonstration of near and far.|
| ||Muppets|| EMC (The Emotional Movie Channel) presents Mad Men.|
Two sycophants pitch their ad ideas for "Happy Honey Bear Honey" to Mr. Draper, but their ads make them all mad, then sad, finally finding one to make them happy again.
|Animation|| Two clay cavemen play with blocks together, until Red gets hurt, and holds a grudge against Brown. As Red sleeps, it becomes chilly and windy, so Brown covers him up with a blanket. The two are friends again.|
(First: Episode 4071)
|Muppets|| Murray and the kids introduce "Elmo's World".|
(First: Episode 4187)
|Muppets|| Elmo's World: Farms|
(First: Episode 3879)
|Muppets||Murray tries announcing the sponsors, but forgets them. He rethinks the day, announces them and signs off.|
- "I'm Proud to Be a Cow" appears as an underscore when Bo Peep and her cow enter Hooper's.
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