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Sesame Street
Plot Luis teaches Rosita to play the guitar.(repeat of 3794)
Air date January 29, 2001
Season Season 32 (2001)
Sponsors L, 13
Syndication PBS Sprout
DVD


Picture Segment Description

SCENE 1
Big Bird greets the viewer, then greets Luis, who has his guitar. Little by little, everyone on Sesame Street gathers around and joins him as he plays and sings "Sing." Once everyone leaves, Rosita tells Luis that she is enchanted by his guitar playing, and wants to learn how to play the guitar. Luis says he'll loan her one of his spare guitars, and she becomes excited.
Cartoon
A mouse riding an armadillo sings a song about 13, his lucky number.
(EKA: Episode 2877)
Film
Milo Counting #13
(EKA: Episode 3785)
Animation
Abstract count to 13.
(EKA: Episode 2849)
SCENE 2
While waiting, Rosita imagines making beautiful music on the guitar and earning praise from Big Bird, Baby Bear, Zoe, Oscar the Grouch and some kids.
SCENE 2
cont'd
Back in reality, Luis gives the guitar to Rosita, and she loves it.
Animation
A string quartet tunes up before it plays "Mary Had a Little Lamb."
(EKA: Episode 3744)
Muppets
Sesame Street Goes to Day Care
Elmo and Martel say the alphabet.
SCENE 3
Rosita invites everyone to listen to her play the guitar as she sings "Sing," but she sounds awful when she does so. She realizes that she needs to practice, and runs off.
Animation
In a painting, a baby takes its first steps to Papa.
(EKA: Episode 3849)
Insert
The Tokyo String Quartet and some kids show how important it is to practice, as Big Bird provides voiceover.
(EKA: Episode 3410)
Cartoon
A hand draws a guitarist serenading a maiden, as well as the background.
(EKA: Episode 1086)
SCENE 4
Rosita has difficulty sounding like Luis when she practices the guitar, and thinks that the guitar must be damaged.
Muppets
Ernie and Bert sing "La, La, La."
(EKA: Episode 0321)
Cartoon
A strange poem with L words.
(EKA: Episode 3740)
Song
"L, You Ring My Bell"
(EKA: Episode 3887)
Cartoon
First, Middle, Last (men on horse)
(EKA: Episode 2292)
SCENE 5
Rosita gives the guitar one last chance to make good music, then calls Luis for help.
Film
Wegman’s dogs: Old King Cole
(EKA: Episode 3664)
Cartoon
Rap #13
(EKA: Episode 2780)
Cartoon
Finding a 13 on a computer screen
SCENE 6
Rosita tells Luis that the guitar doesn't work, but he finds it works when he plays it. Rosita is frustrated that she can't play as good as Luis. He explains to her that he's been practicing for years, and has had guitar lessons. He offers to teach her how to play, and she feels better.
Cartoon
Suzie Kabloozie sings "Sing."
Artist: Mo Willems
(EKA: Episode 3901)
SCENE 7
Luis gives Rosita her first guitar lesson. He starts by teaching her how to play a chord and strum. Having learned that, she runs off.
Song

"It's a Long Hard Road, But I'm Gonna Get There."
(EKA: Episode 3426)

Muppets
Grover recites a poem about a bubble.
(EKA: Episode 3155)
Film
L is for look, legs, light, lemonade, and ladybug.
(EKA: Episode 3427)

SCENE 8
Gina displays the letter L to Big Bird, Zoe and Baby Bear, and they name some L words. Rosita shows up, announces that she can now play the guitar, and then forgets where to place her fingers to make the chord. She runs off to Luis, whose name also begins with L.
Film
Shapes vibrate as girls beat on their drums.
(EKA: Episode 3036)
Cartoon
Musicians in a painting learn to cooperate to play music.
(EKA: Episode 3674)

SCENE 9
Rosita feels like she'll never play the guitar as good as Luis, but he offers to let her try playing part of a song along with him. They cooperate while playing "Sing," and everyone cheers her on as she does her part.
Muppets
Elmo's World: Music
(EKA: Episode 3826)
SCENE 10
At night, Luis sings a Spanish version of "Sing," and Rosita plays her part on the guitar. Big Bird announces the sponsors.


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