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SegmentsEdit

Picture Segment Description
SCENE 1 MEIKO tells KAITO about a brand new member coming to the Vocaloid Manor. Meiko explains to him her characteristics and everything. She has long teal pigtails, a little kid like voice, a virtual shirt with a necktie, a skirt and boots based off synthesizer program colours, and the bars represent keyboard bars and models. Since they're not virtual divas yet, they privately plan to set up fliers for the coming of a new Vocaloid.
Cartoon A boy acts out his feelings as animals. ("There's a zoo in me!")(EKA: Episode 0796)
Muppets Cookie Monster sounds out the word FOOD, then eats it.(EKA: Episode 0723)
Song Nightcore - Dam Dadi Doo
Cartoon "Name That Food" game show hosted by Don CarrotArtist: Elwood Smith
SCENE 2 After setting up the adveritsments MEIKO and KAITO wait for some people to arrive to meet the new superstar, but one comes, before they can cancel the greeting, SWEET ANn arrives, with some anime otaku fans with her, excited to meet this "virtual superstar". The scene changes to the 16 year old pigtail girl walking in the streets of sapporo; Hatsune Miku.
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Hatsune Miku introduces herself to the viewer. Telling them all about herself and how she is excited to live in Sapporo and to become a singer. She checks her list and says that she must meet this MEIKO and KAITO and SWEET ANN.Back to Meiko and the others, they wait for this "Miku" person to come, but she hasn't arrived yet. Looking for ways to pass the time, ANN suggest holding her Nintendo game tournament.
Animation A car drives through blocks.(First: Episode 1446)
Muppets Muppet & Kid Moment — Grover asks Maya to help him follow an arrow. The arrow changes direction until Grover falls down, exhausted.(EKA: Episode 1931)
Song Nightcore - 5 Elements
Film People jump.(EKA: Episode 0912)
Muppets Sesame Street News Flash: Kermit the Frog asks the Three Little Pigs how they feel after the Big Bad Wolf blew their houses down.
[2] Song 01 Ballade
Muppets / Celebrity Edith Ann (Lily Tomlin) tells Herry about feeling proud.(EKA: Episode 0913)
Song Perfume - Computer City
Film Footage of a city neighborhood; includes shots of a sno-cone vendor.Singer: "¡Linda paloma!" (EKA: Episode 0695)
Muppets Nightcore - Will My Heart Survive
Film A film insert of kittens playing, with child voiceovers in English and Spanish.(EKA: Episode 0830)
Film A film insert about washing elephants at the Bronx Zoo. The song "Splish Splash" is used in part of the segment.
Cartoon Farm animals are counted 1-6.
Muppets Two-Headed Monster finds a pencil with a broken point, and demonstrates the fun you can have with it.
Film Children on a playground form the letters of the alphabet.(First: Episode 1966)
Cartoon S - Snake: A snake charmer irritates the snake.(First: Episode 0063)
Cartoon A pencil tries to write the word DANCE.(First: Episode 1966) This segment was cut from the Noggin version.
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SCENE 3 As Miku continues walking down Sapporo, she is first met by one of Sweet ANN's otaku fans.realizing that this must be Miku, he takes her to the others, with everyone in Japan getting their first look and attention to Miku. The whole city and country turns their attention to Miku.Overwhelmed by the excitement, MEIKO hesitates to join them. She eventually returns rejoices at the sight of the adults finally seeing Miku. They welcomed Miku to Japan. Miku says, "At last! Oh, joy joy! I'm so happy to come to Japan! I'm going to give it my all as a singer!" Miku's appearance (and kid like voice) attracted the citizens of Japan into seeing this face of hers. the other vocaloids are so astonished by how Miku's appearance attracted other people.
Cartoon A girl inflates a balloon in the shape of an S.(EKA: Episode 1220)
Songs Perfume - Electro World
Cartoon Two balls follow an arrow down a hole.
[5] SCENE 4 After Miku moves in,she suggests a welcoming group hug. As she is the new announcer of the sponsors

TriviaEdit

This episode was inspired by the Sesame Street episode when the adults finally see Snuffy for the first time and when Elmo was officially shown and performed by Kevin Clash for the first time in response to the 80's Day care sex abuse hysteria.