Sesame Street

The Cookie Touch

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Chris gives Cookie Monster the last cookie in Hooper's store and tells him that there will be more tomorrow. Cookie Monster wishes he never had to wait for a cookie again. Just then his Fairy Cookie Person appears and gives him "The Cookie Touch". Everything he touches will turn into a cookie. Cookie Monster starts touching and eating everything in sight. He even wants to share his happiness with his friends- cookies for everyone! He turns Telly's favorite triangle and Big Bird's book into cookies. Now it's time for lunch, but of course when he touches his tuna sandwich, it turns into a cookie. He realizes that he'll never be able to eat anything but cookies again. Then, Telly and Big Bird walk in very upset because they want their favorite things back. Cookie Monster has made his friends sad and angry. When he looks to Chris for advice, he accidentally turns him into a cookie, too. The Cookie Touch is a disaster. He wishes that he had never made his wish in the first place. His Fairy Cookie Person comes back to undo the spell. All of his friends are happy again and Cookie Monster runs home to eat his mommy's lasagna. THEME: Social Development A / 7
 

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