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** The Shade always messes when Elmo whenever he wants to talk to Mr. Noodle. Either refusing to move when pulled, or just flat-out not letting Elmo grab him.


** Telly spent a large portion of the episode on construction laboring intensely over what turns out to be a wooden triangle that's about three centimeters long. Telly froze at his accomplishment, but Elmo stares at it blankly in a "That's it?" sort of way.



* GeniusBonus: The word "fishes" is used several times in "Fish". at first it seems like the cast is fooling around, because the plural of "fish" is "fish", but the word "fishes" refers to multiple species of fish and is used accurately each time.


She keeps carrying on like that until the subject turns to the baby's development.

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She It keeps carrying on like that until the subject turns to the baby's development.


--> '''LectureLady''': The (baby's) mouth has three positions: up, down, and full. When it's up, the baby is happy and cute and gets lots of coochie-coos...

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--> '''LectureLady''': '''Lecture Lady''': The (baby's) mouth has three positions: up, down, and full. When it's up, the baby is happy and cute and gets lots of coochie-coos...

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* QuackingUp: "Doctors" makes a visual pun on the phrase "quack doctor"; it features a few appearances by a duck dressed as a doctor.

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: From the television lecture on babies:
--> '''LectureLady''': The (baby's) mouth has three positions: up, down, and full. When it's up, the baby is happy and cute and gets lots of coochie-coos...
She keeps carrying on like that until the subject turns to the baby's development.


*** Or, as it happened in the beginning of the show's run, Elmo could show a film that he created with one of his Muppet friends, filmed with a miniature camera and shared near the end of the episode.
* SequelEpisode: Some episodes address topics of others more specifically or rarely, more broadly. For example, there's "Food" and "Bananas", "Pets", "Dogs", and "Cats", [[note]] These last two episodes actually do both, as they respectively address canine and feline pets specifically, but also cover their wild counterparts.[[/note]]"Shoes", "Hats", and "Getting Dressed".

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*** Or, as it happened in * In the beginning episode "Water", a boy is shown squirting a jet of water at the show's run, Elmo could show a film that he created with one of his Muppet friends, filmed camera with a miniature camera and shared near the end hose during a montage of the episode.
kids playing with water.
* SequelEpisode: Some episodes address topics of others earlier episodes more specifically or rarely, more broadly. For example, there's "Food" and "Bananas", "Pets", "Dogs", and "Cats", [[note]] These last two episodes actually do both, as they respectively address canine and feline pets specifically, but also cover their wild counterparts.[[/note]]"Shoes", "Hats", and "Getting Dressed".

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*** Or, as it happened in the beginning of the show's run, Elmo could show a film that he created with one of his Muppet friends, filmed with a miniature camera and shared near the end of the episode.


*** Or, as it happened in the beginning of the show's run, Elmo could show a film that he created with one of his Muppet friends, filmed with a miniature camera and shared near the end of the episode.


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** In the beginning of the show's run, Elmo would take time at this point to show a video about (Subject X), which he filmed with a miniature camera. This most often involved the help of a Muppet friend.


* {{Animate Inanimate Object}}s: The door, the window shade, the TV, the computer and the one-drawer end table (a.k.a. "Drawer").

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The door, the window shade, the TV, the computer and the one-drawer end table (a.k.a. "Drawer").



* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: Fishbowls aren't held to be very good for fish.

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* ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare: ArtisticLicenseAnimalCare:
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Fishbowls aren't held to be very good for fish.



* {{Jerkass}} The Drawer likes to knock Elmo down in the process of getting out the photo quiz. It's about as Jerkass as it can be in a preschooler-oriented program, anyway.

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The Drawer likes to knock Elmo down in the process of getting out the photo quiz. It's about as Jerkass as it can be in a preschooler-oriented program, anyway.



* MythologyGag: In "Happy Holidays", Elmo sings "Happy Holidays" to the tune of Jingle Bells. Then he and Dorothy join the cast of Sesame Street in the arbor to sing Jingle Bells itself.

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* MythologyGag: MythologyGag:
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In "Happy Holidays", Elmo sings "Happy Holidays" to the tune of Jingle Bells. Then he and Dorothy join the cast of Sesame Street in the arbor to sing Jingle Bells itself.



* TheVoiceless: None of the household objects that Elmo interacts with actually talk (with the exception of the computer, who just says [[BrokenRecord "Elmo has mail"]]). Instead they communicate with body movements and [[TheUnintelligible sounds]].

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* TheVoiceless: TheVoiceless:
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None of the household objects that Elmo interacts with actually talk (with the exception of the computer, who just says [[BrokenRecord "Elmo has mail"]]). Instead they communicate with body movements and [[TheUnintelligible sounds]].


* BaitAndSwitch: The film segment for "Friends" features of girl named Rebecca. It initially creates the impression that she invited another girl, who uses a wheelchair, over to play. However, when they're seen going to the library with Rebecca's mother, she says that she carried their books while her friend held the door open, revealing that ''she'' is the girl who uses the wheelchair and ''she'' is narrating the film.

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* BaitAndSwitch: The film segment for "Friends" features of a girl named Rebecca. It initially creates the impression that she invited another girl, who uses a wheelchair, over to play. However, when they're seen going to the library with Rebecca's mother, she says that she carried their books while her friend held the door open, revealing that ''she'' is the girl who uses the wheelchair and ''she'' is narrating the film.


* ShoutOut: In "Music", Elmo interviews [[Series/FamilyMatters an accordion which has more than a little bit of scarlet on it]].

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* ShoutOut: In "Music", Elmo interviews [[Series/FamilyMatters an accordion which has more than a little bit of white and scarlet on it]].


* ShoutOut: In "Music", Elmo interviews [[Series/FamilyMatters an accordion which has more than a little bit of scarlet on it]].



* StylisticSuck: The videos Elmo shoots from the early run of the segment. The camera constantly moves and his hands can be seen over the lens.

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* StylisticSuck: The videos Elmo shoots from the early run of the segment.show. The camera constantly moves and his hands can be seen over the lens.


** The [[EarWorm theme song]] kicks everything off, of course. ''"Lala, lala... lala, lala... Elmo's World..."''

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** The [[EarWorm theme song]] song kicks everything off, of course. ''"Lala, lala... lala, lala... Elmo's World..."''


** Elmo then wants to find out more about Subject X; at that point, an animated television saunters in so Elmo can watch "The (Subject X) Channel" and a short animated segment. Most of the time, it's either "The Boy/Girl Who Loved (Subject X)" or a lecture on the subject by the Lecture Lady

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** Elmo then wants to find out more about Subject X; at that point, an animated television saunters in so Elmo can watch "The (Subject X) Channel" and a short animated segment. Most of the time, it's either "The Boy/Girl Who Loved (Subject X)" or a lecture on the subject by the Lecture LadyLady.

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