Muppet Wiki
Muppet Wiki
Sesame Street
Don't Get Pushy
Air date September 17, 2013
Season Season 44 (2013-2014)
Written by Joey Mazzarino
Production November 12, 2012
Sponsors T, 12
Releases Monster Manners


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

SCENE Today, Telly, Baby Bear and Rosita are playing school, with Telly as the teacher. Gordon helps them set up before heading off. Teacher Telly begins his lesson on the letter T, which the two correctly make the sound of, earning them a gold star.

SCENE cont'd Now, Telly asks one his pupils to draw a T on the board. Rosita volunteers and excitedly pushes Baby Bear out of the way to get to the board. She help Baby Bear up afterward, not knowing what got into her. Telly sadly takes away her gold star, before bringing the Safety Chickens to give them a lesson - "Give a Peck for Safety and Respect."


SCENE cont'd Now, the students must identify some T words. Baby Bear draws a tooth on the board. Rosita approaches the board, but struggles to come up with a word. Baby Bear tries to give her one, but when she gets fed up with his suggestions, she pushes him down again. Telly brings back the Safety Chickens to sing the "Safety Dance" to them.


SCENE cont'd Telly now starts a triangle-counting lesson and Rosita pushes Baby Bear down once more in excitement. Baby Bear is done with being pushed and quits the game. Rosita can't help herself and needs a way to prevent herself from pushing Baby Bear. Since Telly's not a real teacher, they call Gordon over to help. He has a musical suggestion: whenever she feels like pushing someone, she should "Hug Yourself." Baby Bear pads himself for the remainder of the game and Rosita finds the hugging advice works. She gives Baby Bear a hug of his own, as they all (including Gordon) start counting triangles.
Muppets / Celebrity Henry Cavill and Elmo teach the Big Bad Wolf what respect means and ask him to give some to the Three Little Pigs.
Cartoon "Sharing Song"
Directors: David Cowles and Jeremy Galante; Music: Alison Cowles
Muppets Abby's Flying Fairy School will appear right after another edition of "Alphabet Cookoff!" Chef Ovejita provides Chef Murray with a tomato, toast and taco, resulting in a letter T.
(First: Episode 4322)
Animation A group of white T's sing "I'm the Letter T" to the tune of "Hey There Delilah."
(First: Episode 4183)
Film Kids try to guess the T word a man paints on his hand (turkey).
(First: Episode 4322)
Muppets Murray and the girls flap their "wings" while introducing Abby's Flying Fairy School.
(First: Episode 4301)


Muppets / Animation Abby's Flying Fairy School
The students head to the playground for recess. At the slide, they meet a Playground Troll, who plans to taking over the playground unless they solve her riddles. First, they must identify four S-words around them. When they run out of playground attractions, Gonnigan uses his sock as one, earning them their slide back. The troll then takes over the swings until they make a castle. With some sand and water, they make one in the sandbox. She then claims the jungle gym until they can find an octagon on the playground. When they can't find on on the ground, they fly up above and find the jungle gum is an octagon. The troll relinquishes the playground and BlΓΆgg, feeling stimulated, goes off to solve more problems, starting with the pail stuck on his head.
(First: Episode 4311)
Song "Count Me In" (remake)
(First: Episode 4305)
Muppets "Super Grover 2.0" is coming, but first, Murray counts 12 kids and a dozen eggs. (beginning edited)
(First: Episode 4200)
Cartoon "Twelve Little Chicks"
Artist: Mari Jaye Blanchard
(First: Episode 4258)
Animation β€œLadybugs' Picnic” (remake)
(First: Episode 4237)
Muppets Max and Danny surprise Murray and introduce "Super Grover 2.0."

Muppets Super Grover 2.0
On a farm, Super Grover 2.0 comes to the aid of a sheep, who has lost her knitting needle in a haystack. He dives into it, but is unable to find it. He calls upon his utility sock for some tools, first pulling out a bullhorn to call the needle out. He then finds a magnet, which attracts things made of metal (like the needle). He points it toward the haystack, pulling out a cow's bell and horse's bucket instead (who thank the magnet instead of Grover). Just as he gives up, the magnet finally gets the needle out, much to the happiness of the sheep. Grover then pulls out the farmer's tractor, who drives off with Grover still hanging on.
(First: Episode 4323)
Muppets Before "Elmo the Musical" starts, "Ovejita the Mysterious" will perform a magic trick. With a chant of the magic word - cerdo ("Pig" in Spanish), Murray is turned into one.
Muppets Chris teaches the Two-Headed Monster how to take turns.
Muppets Murray and his group 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 wrestles, who've stolen them. Elmo sings his count-by-two song again, proving the kitty-cows are rightfully his and they make off. With the ranch in sight, the kitty-cows get excited and jump around, causing a giant rock to fall in their path. With the viewer's help, Elmo is able to push the boulder away and they reach the ranch, where they all do the Texas Two-Step in celebration.
(First: Episode 4313)
Muppets Murray announces the sponsors.

Previous episode: Next episode:
Episode 4401 Episode 4403