May 10, 2004
Guess What Elmo's Thinking about Today?
Elmo opens the door to CGI dinosaurs that run into his room. A video montage plays of children with dinosaur toys and dinosaur art.
Dorothy has a sauropod dinosaur decoration in her fish bowl while Elmo has a picture of a dinosaur that he drew. She wants to know how you pretend to be a dinosaur.
The Noodle Family
Elmo attempts to talk with Mr. Noodle but he could not hear a word Elmo said because Mr. Noodle has his headphones on. Mr. Noodle then pretends to do ballet and act like a monkey before acting like a dinosaur. He sees his reflection in a mirror and acts afraid.
Kids and Baby
Kids pretend to be different kinds of dinosaurs. Dorothy says they remind her of her Uncle Jaws. Elmo asks a baby playing with a plush dinosaur.
Elmo asks the viewer to help him count CGI eggs hatching into baby stegasaurous. At the end, a baby tyranosaurous scared the stegasaurous away!
Elmo asks yes/no questions about whether things are dinosaurs. Snuffy appears and claims to be a "snufflasaurus" (or a "dinosnuffagus") while holding a paper dinosaur head in his snuffle.
Ernie tells Elmo not to forget his favorite his favorite dinosaur, the "rubber duckie-o-saurus", and holds up Rubber Duckie wearing a dinosaur costume.
Elmo's friend Kate and her mother go to the American Museum of Natural History where they look at dinosaur bones and assemble a balsa-wood dinosaur skeleton.
The Dinosaur Channel has Bones Martin talk about paleontology and perform a song and dance called "The Dinosaur Stomp". Stay tuned for Dinah Saur, Bob Fossil and Dudley Digs in "The Bigger They Are, The Harder They Fall".
Elmo talks to a brontosaurus that sticks its head through his window about what the dinosaurs saw.
Tickle Me Land
Dorothy imagines Elmo as a pterosaur who soars around weird creatures.
The video e-mail scene was cut in later airings and international broadcasts.