“True Mud,” a parody of the television show True Blood

A man walks into a restaurant and asks the waitress for True Mud. She keeps bringing him things that rhyme with mud such as a spud, cud and a man named Bud. She finally brings him a mud bath, which they all enjoy together.

“The Furry Four,” a parody of the comic book superhero team The Fantastic Four

Telly, Abby and Elmo want to pretend to be their favorite superheroes- The Furry Four.

“Ironing Monster,” a parody of the comic book superhero Iron Man

Grover decides to be a superhero for the Laundromat.

“Rock Rock Band,” a parody of the Twisted Sister song "I Wanna Rock,” sung by a Spinal Tap-esque Michael McKean playing Vergil Von Vivaldi.

Elmo, Abby and Zoe help Vergil Von Vivaldi, who is searching for rocks to be part of his rock band.

“The Closer,” a parody of the television show The Closer

Different types of “open” cases, such as a pencil case, an eyeglass case, and a suitcase, are “closed.”

“A Team,” a parody of the television show The A-Team

Elmo, Abby and Telly team up with the letter A to help their friends on Sesame Street by using “A” words.

“What's that Noise,” a parody of Aerosmith’s “Walk This Way”

Elmo is sleeping at Luis and Maria's house when he hears a grasshopper in the house, so Rev Run and Elmo sing “Hop This Way.”

“The Elmo Slide,” a parody of the song “Cha Cha Slide”

Elmo, kids and celebrities all dance to “The Elmo Slide.”

“There's an App for That,” A parody of the Mac and iPhone commercials

A Salesman convinces Telly to try a brand new pogo stick that has an “app” for everything.

“Veggies Revolt,” a parody of CNN and Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cucumber from VNN news reports about how the vegetables on Sesame Street are mad and they're not going to take it anymore! Can Telly, Chris and the gang convince the vegetables to stay on Sesame Street?

“It’s Raining Cookies,” Cookie Monster sings a parody of the song “It’s Raining Men”

Elmo tries to find something to do in the rain while he waits to jump in puddles.

“Hot and Cold,” a parody of Katy Perry’s song “Hot N Cold”

Elmo and Katy Perry sing about opposites.