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Sesame Street
The Very End of X
Air date November 21, 2012
Season Season 43 (2012-2013)
Written by Molly Boylan
Production May 19, 2011[1]
Sponsors X, 1
Releases Online Streaming


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

SCENE Big Bird and Snuffy find a stage in the middle of the arbor. An Anything Muppet host (Matt Vogel) appears, declaring the two as the hosts for today's Letter of the Day Show. They start hopping in joy of finding out the letter of the day, causing the letter behind the curtains to fall over and break. Because it was not visible at first, they don't know how to repair it. They get the idea that the show's guests will provide clues for what the letter was, as each guest is related to the letter in some way.


SCENE cont'd The first guest is a Box. They think the letter of the day is B, but they only have two straight pieces. The next guest is a Ball of Wax. They think the letter could be W, but it has four lines. The next guest is a Tyrannosaurus-Rex, played by Leela (who wanted to be on the show, and also loves dressing as a dinosaur). Big Bird gives up on the cause, not being able to figure out how all the guests are related when they start with different letters.

SCENE cont'd Snuffy encourages them to keep thinking when they hit upon an idea: the words start with different letters, but end the same way: with the letter X! Leela fixes the letter for them and they rejoice. The host has them sing a song in celebration of the letter, along with their many guests ("Hurray for X").
Muppets / Celebrity Maya Rudolph and Elmo brainstorm ways to explain the word.
Animation What's behind the door? The clay cavemen try to find out in a number of different ways.
(First: Episode 4149)

Muppets Murray announces it's almost time for Abby's Flying Fairy School, but first, he and the kids rap about X words. However, he stops the song, realizing how few X words there are. Instead, they name words that end with X.
(First: Episode 4206)
Song "X Salute" - Kids look for words that have Xs in them.
Cartoon Cookie Monster sings about the X sound in the word "X-ray."
(First: Episode 4206)
Muppets Murray and the kids introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School with a short rap.
(First: Episode 4304)


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 rogue 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. (re-orchestrated theme song)
(First: Episode 4188)
Muppets "Super Grover 2.0" is in tow, but first it's time for "Number Cookoff!" Chef Ovejita provides Murray with one egg, which produces a likeness of the number in the bowl.
Film In a yoga class, a woman makes the number 1 with her body.
(First: Episode 4183)
Cartoon Number Guy sings "How Many Birds Can Fit on This Wire?" One bird provides the answer.
(First: Episode 3338)
Muppets Murray and the kids introduce "Super Grover 2.0."
(First: Episode 4306)

Muppets Super Grover 2.0
On a country road, a horse can't get his cart to move, when Super Grover 2.0 lands on the scene. Using his powers of observation, he finds some "stick-thingies" on the front that he tries to use as an activation switch. The horse thinks they are used for pulling the cart and Grover runs off and retrieves a worm to pull the cart. The horse thinks the worm is too small and they need some force to move it. Grover returns with a chicken, which should provide a larger force. The chicken pulls her best, but instead lays an egg and goes off on maternity leave. Grover brings a pig, who is able to move the cart a few feet before getting "oinked-out." The horse points out that Grover is bigger than the pig and he could move the cart. Grover situates himself into the reigns and begins to pull the horse down the road.
(First: Episode 4257)
Song "Sit Down, Stand Up"
Alain Le Lait, Songs for Teaching
(First: Episode 4135)
Muppets Murray announces it's almost time for "Elmo the Musical", but first, he plays "Sounds of the Street". He and the viewer listen to the sounds of a dog, a helicopter and a tiger with allergies. (intro and closing re-dubbed)
(First: Episode 4189)

Muppets The Voice
Three celebrity judges will find the next big singer by listening only to the voices of the contestants, via the use of rotating chairs (that constantly knock over the host). However, the judges mistake other sounds made by the body (including tap dancing, whistling and armpit noises) as voices, frustrating the host further and further. When he's had his fill, he decides to rotate the chairs himself (to avoid being whacked again) and the chair spins out of control. His screams impress the judges and they declare him the Voice!
(First: Episode 4304)
Animation Sand creatures illustrate the song, "Sing," with vocals by Stephanie D'Abruzzo.
(First: Episode 3981)
cut from the HBO version
Muppets Murray and the kids introduce "Elmo the Musical."


Muppets Elmo the Musical: Cowboy the Musical
Elmo imagines he's a cowboy in the West, where he's nicknamed the Count-By-Two Kid (because he's skilled at counting by twos). He's approached by two cowpokes, who need him to escort their six kitty-cows to their Double Double Dude Dude Ranch Ranch. Elmo musically groups them into pairs and heads them out. When they reach Two-Cactus Canyon, Elmo finds his kitty-cows are kidnapped. Velvet brings him to some wrestlers, who have stolen the kitty-cows. Elmo sings his count-by-two song again, proving they are rightfully his and they leave. With the ranch in sight, the kitty-cows get excited and jump around, causing a giant rock to fall in their path. With the viewers' help, Elmo is able to push the boulder away and they reach the ranch, where they all do the Texas Two-Step in celebration.
Muppets Murray announces the sponsors.
Sponsor Matt Vogel announces: "This message is brought to you by the National Coalition of Resting People."
(First: Episode 4307)


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