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Sesame Street
There's An App For That
Air date November 3, 2010
Season Season 41 (2010)
Written by Belinda Ward
Directed by Matt Vogel[1]
Sponsors E, 11
Syndication HBO


Picture Segment Description
COLD OPEN What's the Word on the Street?: Hexagon

SCENE Chris takes Baby Bear's order for porridge. Suddenly, Telly crashes next to him while trying to perform the "Boingarooni," the hardest pogo-stick trick. Just then, they witness a man doing a perfect Boingarooni. He introduces himself as Mack and promotes the latest gadget, the iPogo. Telly is very interested in having one and Mack shows them that the iPogo can do much more than just boing, showing them through song that whatever you need, "There's an App for That." Mack offers Telly the iPogo in exchange for his pogo-stick. Telly parts with his beloved toy and Mack boings off to his Pogo-Yoga class.


SCENE cont'd Telly hops onto the iPogo, but can't get it to boing and instead gets a call from the wrong number. Baby Bear consults the large instruction manual and finds Telly needs to press the hexagon icon to start boinging. Telly presses it and falls over; Baby Bear admits he read the wrong one, that was the Eject app. He tells Telly to click the triangle icon to start boinging. He pushes it and begins to shake. Baby Bear once again made a mistake, stating that's the Milkshake app and to boing, he he needs to double-click it. Telly clicks it twice and begins boinging, but at a pace that's too slow. Baby Bear reads on and sees to make it go faster, simply say, "Faster." Telly begins boinging out of control, going through Hooper's Store and nearly running into Chris and Big Bird.


SCENE cont'd After slowing it down, Telly finds out how to make it boing just right. He thinks now's a good time to do the Boingarooni, but the iPogo won't do it. Baby Bear points out to perform the Boingarooni, he must active the Boingarooni app with the rectangle icon. The iPogo takes him into the air and performs the Boingarooni, much to Baby Bear and Chris' amazement. Telly, however, feels less enthusiastic because the iPogo did it for him and wishes he had his old pogo-stick. Mack overhears this and attempts to replace his iPogo with the newest model, the iPogo 300 (it boings all by itself). Telly insists he get his old pogo-stick back and Mack complies. He then gets a call about the even newer model, the iPogo 3000, which does everything in the world, but boing. Mack leaves to learn how to use it and Telly practices the Boingarooni, doing a flawless one. They all cheer for Tely, who goes off on a old-fashioned boing. Baby Bear and Chris leave as well, to dispose of the iPogo manual.
Muppets / Celebrity Abby helps Ty Burrell show what a hexagon is, but conjures up a circle and triangle, before finally turning Ty into a hexagon.

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?"
(First: Episode 4188)
Cartoon Cookie Monster sings about the E sound in the word "elephant."
Taken from Sesame Street English
(First: Episode 4188)
Muppets Murray and Jake introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.
(First: Episode 4190)


Muppets / Animation Abby's Flying Fairy School
Abby, Gonnigan and Blรถgg put their items in their cubbies, when they suddenly vanish, along with Mrs. Sparklenose's wand. They see a Cubby Creature inside, but can't catch him. They call on Spot, who shows them some patterns. They see the creature pops out of each colored cubby in a pattern and follow it to get into his lair. Once their, they find they have to guess his name to win their stuff back. They play "The Name Game", asking for clues as to what his name is. They get it right and the Cubby Creature has such a fun time, he reforms his ways and gives everything back.
(First: Episode 4214)
Muppets Murray announces "Super Grover 2.0" is coming, but first, he counts 11 of things.
(First: Episode 4195) (with Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures mention)
Cartoon "Lonely Eleven" (aniBOOM finalst)
Artist: Mari Jaye Blanchard
Muppets Murray and Nika introduce "Super Grover 2.0".
(First: Episode 4213)

Muppets Super Grover 2.0: Nest Moving Day
In Brooklyn, New York, a robin family struggles to move their grand piano up to their new nest. Super Grover 2.0 arrives on the scene and observes the piano is big, hard and heavy. He browses through his utility sock and finds a "super spatula", but can't flip the piano up. He then pulls out some balloons that can't lift the piano, but lift Grover up in the air! He grabs hold of the clothesline and breaks it. The birds lift him up with the pulley and the eager robin son wonders if the rope could lift the piano. Grover proceeds to whip the piano with it and the robin son decides to play superhero. He deduces that if they put the rope through the pull on their tree, they can lift it. Grover sits on the piano to come up with another plan, not noticing they are lifting him up with it. They all cheer and Grover falls to the ground. He states they may need the pulley again...for him.
Muppets Murray announces "Elmo's World" is coming up, but first, he and the viewer play "Sounds of the Street". They listen to the city sounds, including a bird, a car horn and a tap dancing octopus.
(First: Episode 4191)
Muppets / Celebrity and friends sing "What I Am."
(First: Episode 4214)
Animation Two groups of creatures create a rhythm by lining up in a pattern on top of a keyboard.
(First: Episode 4170)
Muppets Murray and the kids introduce "Elmo's World".
(First: Episode 4187)
Muppets Elmo's World: Drawing
(First: Episode 3859)
Muppets Murray watches a large screen to announce the sponsors.


Picture Segment Description
Muppets / Animation Abby's Flying Fairy School: Niblet's Wand
This segment replaces the "Cubby Creature" segment in the HBO Kids version.


  • This episode is incorrectly numbered as #4216 in the official press kit.


  1. โ†‘ "Sunny Day: Behind the Scenes at Sesame Street" by Jen Rabulan-Bertram,

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