It's Grandma's Day, so Big Bird and Snuffy dress in capes and go visit their grandmothers with baskets of treats for them in the Little Red Riding Hood tradition. This show is sponsored by the letters G and X and the number 12.
Baby Bear spends the day in daycare, but no matter what goes on there, it always reminds him of Golilocks and the trouble she's caused him in the past, and he can't keep his frustration with her hidden.
Today, the Grand High Triangle Lover is coming to visit the street to name off the triangle lover of the year. Telly is determined to conquer that title, no matter what extremes he has to go to to achieve it.
Elmo shows his special hat, which he calls his imagination hat, in that he likes to imagine while wearing it. But then, on a bike ride with Mike, the hat disappears. So they go to the Bureau of Lost Hats to look for it.
Today, Chicago is feeling sad about being different from other lions, until Mr. Handford and some kids point out that it's a good kind of different. Then, Prairie Dawn tries to explain to Monty that pineapple do not need dentists.
Oscar couldn't sleep a wink last night and is absolutely worn to a frazzle. In trying to catch up on his sleep, he dreams of having "Sound-Off" spray, which keeps everything quiet. He soon realizes that complete silence would be a problem.
Bob conducts his band of students, who increase the pace as they go along, and Telly makes a hobby out of playing the triangle, which attracts a young Dinger's attention. Sesame Street is sponsored today by the letters K and Y and the number 4.