On Monster Monster Day (a holiday that is part of the Christmas season), the Furchester Family decorate the Furchester Hotel as part of the season as Elmo looks forward to Monster Monster visiting, but the story of Monster Monster states that he pays a visit to just one hotel. When it appears that Monster Monster is a no-show, Harvey P. Dull gets into the Monster Monster Day spirit by dressing up as Monster Monster to make Elmo happy until the real Monster Monster shows up.
- In this case, Narf has lost his original name and was named "Sorbet" instead before the episode aired. This change to that monster character is likely because the performers gave it a new main name for this spin-off and on the general co-productions of Sesame Street. It was submitted by Warrick in December 10, 2014 among the other Tea Time Monsters for the show.
- Unlike the Christmas episode made for the second season, this one features a different ending.
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