Abby is telling Elmo about sparkles, when she gets a call from her mommy. Abby must return some books to the library and dashes off, leaving her wand behind. Elmo picks the wand up and tries to make some magic with it, but nothing happens. He uses it for other things, like a backscratcher. He then pretends it's a conductor's baton and waves it around exclaiming "Music, Music, Music!" He then taps himself with the wand, and suddenly......music begins to play and he starts to sing everything he says. He is confused at first, then sees this may the fault of the wand. He tries the spell again on Bob and Gordon, who begin singing about their chess game. He then performs the spell on some kids and other people in the arbor. Elmo is happy he can spread music to all of the street and looks for more people to make sing, leaving the people in an endless loop of singing "Can't stop singing..."Elmo spots Baby Bear going into Hooper's Store for his usual porridge. Elmo waves the wand and he and Alan begin singing about porridge. Elmo waves the wand up high and they begin singing in high voices about how hot the porridge is. Elmo waves it low, making them sing in a low octave about how cold the next bowl is. Elmo waves the wand in between high and low and their voices become normal (and the porridge comes out just right).Elmo follows Chris to the Laundromat, where Chris presents Leela with his mustard-stained shirt he needs clean. Elmo waves the wand toward them, and then everyone sings with Chris about his shirt. Elmo moves the wand slowly, which makes everyone sing softly. He waves it faster, making them go louder.Elmo dances down the street, happy with the music he has made, until he sees the people in the arbor, tired of singing. Elmo decides to end it all, but doesn't know how. Everyone else on the street joins them in the arbor, mixing their songs into a jumble. Elmo is upset, when Abby arrives back and fixes everything. Elmo apologizes to everyone and says he just wanted everyone to sing. Leela tells them that he doesn't need magic; he just needs to start singing and others will follow. She leads everyone in a song, "Music Deep Inside." Afterward, they all dance down the street, clapping and singing.
Muppets / Celebrity
Abby introduces Timothy Olyphant to her fairy tale friends (Hansel and Gretel, Humpty Dumpty and The Big Bad Wolf) who illustrate what proud means.
"Pre-School Musical:" in a parody of High School Musical, students at a pre-school learn to take turns.
"In the middle of the city we have a garden...."
Abby's Flying Fairy School is on the way, but now it's time for Alphabet Cook-off! Murray and Ovejita mix a meatball, mango and mayonaise to make a letter M.
A boy sings about his funny "Letter M Day."
Beatboxers show that M stands for "mouth" and "music."
Murray and Katelyn introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.
Muppets / Animation
Abby's Flying Fairy School
It's Henking Day, a troll holiday, and Blögg has been practicing his dance and plans on celebrating with his Grandpa Blögg. The class travels to the Enchanted Forest and look for his tree, which is identified by its blue truck, red door and orange leaves. They find a tree with a blue trunk and red door and it turns out to be a tree-like creature who loves trees. He sneezes them to another tree, with a blue trunk and orange leaves; the tree turns out to be a sentient one, grabbing Abby, Gonnigan, Mrs. Sparklenose and Blögg with its vines. They tickle it and it frees them. They finally find Grandpa Blögg's tree and everyone does the Henking Dance.
Tilly and the Wall perform “The Alphabet Song.”
Murray announces Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures is coming up, but first he counts 40 birthday candles and nurses.
Traction Jackson and his friends rap and count to 40.
Super Grover 2.0: Ice Block Party
A group of penguins begin their dance practice, but a large ice block is in the way. Super Grover 2.0 arrives in the Super-Grovermobile to help. Using his powers of observation, he sees the ice block is in the way of the problem, but learns it is the problem. Now with his powers of investigation, he tickles the ice to see if it will move. A penguin suggests pushing it, but Grover declares it as his own idea and tries to push, with no success. He makes a bigger push (running into it), but doesn't move. While he goes to get some useful technology, the penguins notice the Super-Grovermobile is big and heavy like the ice, but it can move with the help of wheels. While Grover begins to whack the ice with a golf club to move it, the penguins take his wheels (and his golf club) and stick them under the ice, making it easy to move. As the penguins dance off, Grover wonders why his car won't move.
Murray is ready for "Elmo the Musical," but also for a game of "What's Missing" with his skateboard.
"Elbows and Knees"
Everyone sings out of tune until the globe teaches them to sing in harmony.
Murray and a large group introduce "Elmo the Musical."
Elmo the Musical: Circus the Musical
In today's musical, Elmo plays a "monster with a dream" of joining the circus. At the bigtop, the ringmaster tells him he needs an act before he can join, which Elmo doesn't have yet. The first act, The Great In-Betweeni can't go on (he's stuck between a rock and a hard thing), so Elmo goes on his place. He takes a leap from the trampoline to land betweentwo cacti, but lands on top of instead. A performing chicken does the act perfectly. The next act, High-Walking Heidi, also cancels, having stubbed her toe. Elmo tries his best to walk on the high wire, but sneezes and falls down to the low wire. The chicken again performs the act with ease. The big finale is Zowie-Zown the Upside-Down Clown, who immediately quits when he hears he's been accepted to law school. Elmo tries to do his act and fails to stay upside-down; he decides to give up on his dream. The chicken convinces him to "Keep on Cluckin'" and not give up. Elmo tries again and does a perfect hand-stand, and the crowd goes wild! (truncated theme song)
Murray announces the sponsors.
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph announces: "Sesame Street was brought to you by the Corporation of Clapping Hands."