Andrew attempts to count for Grover.
After being tickled by Antonio, Grover explains to Antonio that tickling is exercise.
Grover asks Antonio what vegetable he would want to be.
Grover asks Ariella about sharing food.
Grover asks Brian to explain which of them is "you" and which is "me."
Grover and Brian show loud and soft.
Grover instructs Caroline to read the word you, and acts crazy when she keeps telling him to read it.
Grover learns that Carrington is 3 years old.
Grover makes sure that Carrington knows the difference between loud and soft.
Grover talks to Carrington about their nose and how they both have it in the same place.
Grover and Carrington show how they look when they're cold.
Grover talks to Chelsea (Buffington) about what their ears, eyes, nose, and mouth can do. Chelsea mentions that they both have them and also have feet, hands, bellies, necks, arms, back, and shoulder. Grover replies they have a cornucopia of parts, which means they have a lot of good stuff.
Chelsea tells Grover what love is.
Chelsea asks if Grover knows what "YES" and "NO" spell.
Grover shows Chris a sign with the word STOP. He asks Chris to tickle him until he holds up the STOP sign, and Chris obliges.
Grover and Christopher talk about what love is.
Grover asks Chris what his sign says (NO).
Grover and his friend Debo notice the letter "S" sitting on a brick wall. Grover exclaims that the letter is an old friend, and shouts, "Hey, S, babyyyy!" and slaps it off the wall. He remarks, "I hope he did not take that personally."
Grover tells Debo that the letter that's on the wall is an X, but that it's a secret. Kermit overhears Grover mention a secret and wants to know what letter the X is.
Kermit asks Grover and Debo what the letter A is.
Grover acknowledges that he has fur while Erik has skin. "Nobody's perfect", says Grover.
Erik shows Grover his teeth, and tells him how teeth are used.
Grover and Erik surprise each other.
Grover and Erik play a rhyming game. Grover tries to see if Erik can figure out what begins with the word "toy", and Erik wants to know if Grover can find a word that rhymes with "Monster".
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Grover demonstrates high and low by having Heather scratch his back.
Grover and Heather talk about rhyming.
Heather teaches Grover how to count up to 20. She skips over 19, and Grover reminds her that there's a number missing. It takes Heather a moment to grasp what Grover is talking about.
Heather and Grover stand up, then sit back down.
Grover asks Hunter what one does to keep healthy.
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Grover asks a boy how much he can count. The boy says he can count "millions of hundreds," and is hesitant at first, but Grover assures him that they have enough time to count. The boy gets up to 22 before Grover cuts him off.
Kermit and Jennifer bend their knees. Grover comes out of a hole in the ground, and Jennifer invites him to join them, but Grover remarks, "When you start talking about noses, give me a call."
Grover asks Jesse (Branson) to define marriage. They conclude that married people kiss, hug, live together, and help each other.
Grover and Jesse talk about love.
Grover asks Jo about what happens if she falls off her bike. Jo replies that she doesn't fall off because she has training wheels. It surprises Grover.
Grover tells John-John that he loves him. John-John tells Grover to count a penny. Grover counts it: "One!" John-John is delighted.
Grover and John-John take turns counting to 20.
John-John wants to count backwards. Grover tells him to count backwards from 10, but John-John has a little trouble.
Jordan sings the alphabet for Grover.
Grover and Kana breathe in air.
Grover and Karlena talk about the word "love" on a sign.
Kate tells Grover about snow.
Grover and Kate make faces.
Grover and Kate talk about various careers.
Kate gives Grover a hug and a kiss. He kisses her back and tells her it means "I like you."
Grover asks Katie to hug him and scratch his tummy.
Grover and Katie find rhyming words, such as moon-spoon.
Grover asks Katrina if she shares her toys.
Grover, Kimberly, and Kermit demonstrate first and last.
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Grover and Lisa complement each other's noses. Lisa also likes Grover's (big) mouth.
Lisa shows Grover what big, bigger and biggest are.
Grover asks Lisa about the difference between up and down.
Grover asks Lisa what "DANGER" means.
Grover and Lisa discuss love.
Grover and Loren count from 1 to 20.
Grover and Loren demonstrate loud and soft.
Kermit and Marlena demonstrate what the number 12 looks like. Grover is supposed to send up a balloon with the number 12 on it; however, he sends up balloons with the number 3, 9, a letter "A", and Cookie Monster before he finally gets it right. To celebrate that he sends up another balloon with a drawing of himself, but he doesn't let go of the balloon so he floats away with the balloon.
Grover watches Matthew type the letter L on a computer.
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Grover and Mathew type a letter X on the computer.
Grover and Matthew type a 4 on the computer.
Matthew types a 5 on the computer for Grover.
Grover watches Matthew type his name on a computer.
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Grover asks Maya to help him follow an arrow. The arrow keeps changing direction until Grover falls down, exhausted.
Grover talks to a girl, Maya, about what we should eat to keep healthy and she says vegetables. Grover ask what's her favorite food and Maya says carrots because they are yummy to eat.
Grover asks Maya what her favorite exercise is.
Maya shows Grover a plié and he he concludes that dancing is exercise.
Grover and Megan pretend to go to the moon.
Megan and Grover discuss the moon and some of Chinese stories surrounding it.
Megan shows Grover how to draw a triangle on the computer.
Megan shows Grover how to draw a face on the computer.
Morgan sings the alphabet for Grover.
Morgan and Grover count in English and Spanish.
Grover asks Morgan where his eyes, nose, mouth, and arms are and Morgan points them all out on Grover. Morgan then lifts up her shirt to show Grover her belly button, explaining that that's a body part too.
Grover and Patrick observe that the moon doesn't talk.
Grover and Patrick, "moon buddies," pretend to go to the moon. They see some aliens eating moon pizza, and some astronauts.
Grover and Polly demonstrate five fingers.
Grover recites the alphabet with Polly.
Grover asks Sabrina about her missing tooth.
Samantha says she'll count to eleven for Grover, but she can't help getting to twelve.
Samantha talks to Grover about what she does when she gets angry.
Grover and Samantha see what body parts she has 2 of.
Grover and Samantha say the alphabet.
Grover and Samantha demonstrate what people look like when they're happy and sad.
Samantha counts backwards from 5 for Grover.
Samantha teaches Grover how to play "Duck, Duck, Goose".
Part 1: At night, Grover asks Samantha if she can count to 20, and she says she can count to 100. She starts counting, and Grover says they'll be back in a moment.
Part 2: Samantha is still counting to 100, and has gone past 40. Grover says they'll be back later.
Part 3: Samantha is still counting to 100. Grover advises the audience to get a cup of coffee.
Part 4: Samantha finally reaches 100, and Grover cheers.
Samantha and Grover talk about the moon. Samantha asks if Grover has ever wondered about talking to the moon, so they both try. When the moon doesn't answer they decide it is better to look at the moon.
Grover and Sarah talk about the word QUIET.
Grover asks Stephanie for a kiss because he's lonely. No one will play with him, but Stephanie says she will.
T.J. teaches Grover how to sing the song "Sticky Bubble Gum."
Grover counts how many times Tale can jump.
Grover talks to Tamara about playing instruments and practicing.
Grover and Tamara talk about winning and losing.
Grover and Tanya talk about the word "HELP."
Tanya helps Grover learn the difference between up and down so they can play a game about it.
Grover asks Tanya to explain what "exit" means.
Grover and Tanya play the "hug/stop" game.
Grover shows Torian the difference between back and front.
Grover asks Zelda if she knows the difference between "fast" and "slow". She doesn't, so Grover demonstrates.
Grover and Zelda look above and below.
|Episode 4066||Grover asks a boy how he would feel if Goldilocks ate his porridge without asking him first. The boy says that he would be upset, but he'd be okay if Goldilocks ask first and would share with her.|
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