Sesame Street Episode 4145

Fairy Tale Emergencies
Season 38
Chad Pennington visits Sesame Street.

COLD OPEN:  "What's the Word on the Street?"

SCENE 1: The Fairy Tale News special report “Fairy Tale Emergencies-Are You Prepared?” is hosting by Prairie Dawn. Prairie explains that we can always have an emergency that we don’t know when it will happen and we have to prepare for it. In fairy tales, you can find a lot of emergencies.

Three Little Pigs are preparing their houses at the arbor, in case of a huffing and puffing. Prairie walks over to them. Two of the pigs are playing but the third one is preparing for the arriving of the Big Bad Wolf. They have to protect their house from Wolf.

Wolf’s air can not damage the third pig’s house. The wolf decides to take apart in another fairy tale "The Reporter and the Big Bad Wolf". Prairie announces that they will be back after the commercials.

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Animation: A sand crab wants to build a sand house that won’t be damaged by the stream.

Celebrity: A very special guest star is Chad Pennington. He has to demonstrate what it means to be prepared for emergencies.

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Song: "Danger, Danger"

SCENE 2: As everyone, Nursery rhyme characters can have emergencies too. Humpty Dumpty, has to demonstrate a product for "The Humpty Dumpty Safety Helmet" that protect eggs from cracking after falling off a wall. The king’s man wants to have this product and Humpty gives up his own product. The man gives Humpty a slap on the back, and Humpty falls off the wall.

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Song: "It's All Right to Cry"


The Letter of the Day: S
Super Grover doesn’t want that Cookie Monster eats the Letter of the day. He puts the letter into a basket, but Cookie Monster eats the basket too.

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Film: Kids are in the jungle and they are exploring the letter S.

Animation: Characters on a quilt form the letter S. Artist: Karen Aqua

SCENE 3: Prairie Dawn interviews Sleeping Beauty. She has a wake-up kit that includes an alarm clock, a rooster, and a bugle. She demonstrates how they work. But nothing works. The alarm doesn’t wake her up and the rooster doesn’t work.

As the prince comes, he saw that the Sleeping Beauty doesn’t sleep anymore. Prairie tells that now is commercials time and Sleeping beauty falls asleep one more time.

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Song: At the song "Big Bigger Biggest" the voiceover is using clocks, ducks and saxophones.

Muppets: Ernie and Bert are singing a song named "Wake Up".

Film: A little girl talks about energy and what kind of foods give us energy. She talks also about what animals and cars need for their own kind of energy.

SCENE 4: Baby Bear wants to make a porridge detector protector to find out if Goldilocks eats his porridge. He demonstrates about his invention. It’s a little bit complicated. If Goldilocks enters, a Dinger starts dinging, this alerts a nearby Honker and this alerts Telly. Telly can go to Sesame Street to alert Baby Bear.

After Baby Bears porridge protection alert demonstration, Baby Bear invites everyone over to Hooper’s for porridge.

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Song: "You Don't Have to Be a Grizzly" to eat some honey!

Muppets: At this story of Storybook, Hansel and Gretel eat bread crumbs instead of the witch’s house and the story backfires.

Cartoon: "I Eat the Colors of the Rainbow"

SCENE 5: While all guests enjoy the porridge at Hooper, Goldilocks come and congratulate the Baby Bear for his new invention. Baby Bear also recommends Alan to buy a porridge protection detector.

Telly doesn't want to eat porridge. Meanwhile, Big Bad Wolf reappears - but this time Prairie is prepared! She has her own brick-filled Big Bad Wolf Emergency Kit! When the Big Wolf fails, he goes to find another fairy tale. Prairie wishes all tales to end like this beautifully.

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Animation: "Don't You Go Back In"

Muppets: Muppets and the kids are together. Murray Monster wants to know what the word emergency means and he decided to ask Michael Gregory Fung.

Animation: Cecille sings "I'm Gonna Get to You."

Film: This is a film about firefighters. Kids are talking about it. "Thank you, Firefighters!!!"

Cast / Muppets: Miles's favorite number is 1. He sings a song about 1.

Film: Wegman dogs: Batty and Crooky are trying to create number 1 from wooden blocks.

Original version: (First: Episode 4000)

Cartoon: "How Many Birds Can Fit on This Wire?" As the Number Guy sings this song, one bird answers him.

Song: "I'm Holdin' Your Hand" (while crossing the street)

Animation: This is an animation about a grownup is crossing the street and a boy helps while holding the grownups hand.

Muppets: Telly, Zoe, and Elmo are playing the game of "Survivor: Musical Chairs." They are stranded on an island.

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Animation: Traction Jackson sings the song "Me and My Chair."

Insert: Abby Cadabby plays the game peek-a-boo with Marco. She reads also him the story "Real People Tales". Seame Street Episode 4145 ends.


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  2. Sesame Street was brought to you today by the letter S and by the number 1.

  3. Ah, it's that red clay figure again. Strangely enough, he was referred to as a 'monkey' on the Sesame Street old website. I wonder if there are any more clips involving him, besides the one with him combing his hair.