Gina is looking for a job so she can buy a birthday gift for her mother. Meanwhile, David is in desperate need of some help at Hooper's Store. But it takes all day for them to realize they can both accommodate each other.
Today, Big Bird is practicing magic. His tricks prove to be surprisingly effective, though not quite in the ways he had in mind. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters P and R and by the number 3.
Telly, struggling to improve his writing, is paid a visit from his Fairy Godmonster, who bequeaths him with a magic pencil, which gives him writing abilities he never thought he'd have. But how long will it last?
Today, at breakfast and lunchtime, Big Bird is delayed at getting a bite to eat, because his friends keep forgetting the keys to the store and birdseed boxes. Sesame Street is brought to you today by the letters J and P and the number 6.
Grouch builder Ronald Grump comes to build Grump Tower on Oscar's property. Oscar loves it until he learns his pets will have to go. Oscar refuses to part with them and wants his old can back. The catch is it will cost forty bags of trash.
Maria is babysitting Oscar's niece, Irvine, who the Count wakes up with his thunder and lightning. Now Irvine is whining and screaming and making quite a scene. And Maria can't figure out how to get her to go back to sleep.
Today, the Count has painted pictures of bats, which are hidden for people to find. Later, Mumford needs a rabbit to pull out of his hat. The one who shows up agrees to be pulled out if Mumford will return the favor afterwards.
After Big Bird delivers a false alarm that Maria and Luis are getting married, Bob gets all excited and writes a song for the occasion, which he entitles "Love in the Fix-It Shop". Today's sponsors are the letter J and N and the number 7.