October 22, 2008
Guess What Elmo's Thinking about Today?
Elmo focuses his eyes in close to the camera and says "It is very good to see you." During the following montage, a few clips from the song Brand New Look plays.
Dorothy wants to know how you wink.
Mr. Noodle shows the audience how to drink and how to shrink. Those words rhyme with wink, but are not the same. Elmo says you wink with your eye, which Mr. Noodle has trouble finding on his face, but eventually starts winking uncontrollably.
Kids and Baby
Two kids, a collie and a baby show Dorothy how to wink.
Elmo counts 15 tears coming out from a crying crocodile.
Elmo asks a questions what things that have eyes and what doesn't. Birthday cakes don't but you can look at the birthday cake with your eyes. Flies and frogs have eyes. Trash cans don't have eyes, but Oscar does.
Ernie sends Elmo and email about Bert's eyebrows. Bert's eyebrows show how he feels in different emotions.
Elmo's friend Elizabeth goes to an optometrist before she starts school.
The Eyes Channel shows a cartoon about the king of Eye-daho and where Eye-rene; a little girl tells him to take care of his eyes (e.g., having light, wearing glasses, eating vegetables).
Coming up next: "Eye Noon"
A pair of Groucho Marx glasses play a riddle game with Elmo. A duck bounces in on a spring hung from the ceiling to accentuate the punch lines (and not the secret word).
Tickle Me Land
Dorothy imagines Elmo as a scuba diver and a snowboarder.
The kids and baby, elmo's question, and quiz scenes were cut.