Sesame Street

Super Maria

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Gordon is busy trying to fix lots of things at 123 Sesame Street. Susan tells him that he should think about getting a superintendent - someone who takes care of buildings and fixes things that are broken. Gordon insists that he doesn't need any help. Chris comes by and asks if the doorknob is fixed yet, and tells Gordon that the window is broken, too. Chris also suggests getting a super, but again, Gordon says he doesn't need any help. The Count comes to count all of the things that are broken, and three things become five, as the gate and the drainpipe break. The Count suggests that Gordon gets a super, and Gordon gets even more frustrated. Just then, Super Grover flies in to save the day, and in the process, breaks a light. And then the door breaks. Maria and Big Bird hear the crash and hurry in to see if Gordon is okay, as the Count now counts seven broken things. Maria asks if he needs help, and Gordon finally agrees that he was wrong - he does need help fixing all of the broken things. Maria gets her toolbox, and together they sing about getting it all done as they make their way through fixing everything that is broken. Gordon thanks Maria for all of her help and asks if she would like to be the super. Maria agrees, and everyone is happy.
 

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