Sesame Street Episode 4174 Big Bird's nest sale

Sesame Street Episode 4174
Big Bird's nest sale
Season 39 (2008)

Big Bird organizes a nest sale to sell toys he no longer plays with, welcoming viewers to the scene. He clarifies that all toys inside the nest are for sale, while everything outside, including Radar, is not. Snuffy arrives, and Big Bird makes him his "Assistant Nest Sale Snuffleupagus." Snuffy's task is to remember which toys are for sale and which are not, particularly Radar. Big Bird briefly leaves to get more toys from Maria and Luis's apartment, putting Snuffy in charge. However, Big Bird unknowingly knocks Radar into the nest with his tail as he exits.

The Count comes to the nest sale with a shopping cart, eager to buy toys to count. Snuffy explains the nest sale rule, and the Count decides to buy all the toys, including Radar, for 1,000 birdseeds. The Count counts 20 toys in his cart and leaves to count them again, exclaiming his love for retail. Big Bird returns, and Snuffy tells him about the successful sale. Big Bird looks for Radar and realizes he might have been sold to the Count. They set out to find the Count and retrieve Radar.

Outside 123 Sesame Street, the Count lines up the toys on the wall to count. Big Bird and Snuffy interrupt his counting, causing him to start over. Big Bird points out that Radar is missing, and the Count reveals he gave Radar away to a tall, thin monster with curly hair for his teddy bear collection. Big Bird and Snuffy begin searching for this monster.

In the yard, a group of monsters plays freeze tag, allowing Big Bird and Snuffy to observe each monster when they're frozen. They find a tall, thin monster with curly hair holding Radar. However, the monster doesn't have Radar but his stuffed monkey, Tarzan. He tells them he gave Radar to someone else, leaving Big Bird and Snuffy disappointed.

Back at the nest, Big Bird and Snuffy search through the toys, hoping to find Radar. A girl named Kaitlyn comes to the sale and offers to trade a teddy bear for a baseball glove. The teddy bear turns out to be Radar! Kaitlyn explains that the monster gave Radar to her because her teddy bear was missing, but she found it and doesn't need Radar anymore. Big Bird happily reunites with Radar and continues to hold him in his arms.

In another scene, Rosita rushes into the nest sale, looking for the letter of the day, X, and finds it in Big Bird's nest. Later, Rosita frantically searches for the number of the day (2) and finds it in Big Bird's nest as well.

In the final scene, Big Bird and Snuffy announce the sponsors and celebrate the success of their nest sale with birdseed milkshakes.

 In a film segment, a girl demonstrates the concepts of inside and outside while planning for a picnic. She shows different items and spaces related to the picnic, emphasizing the difference between the two terms.

Celebrity guest Neil Patrick Harris and Elmo come together in a segment to showcase things that are curly. They present various objects with curly features, engaging the audience with their entertaining interaction.

The song "Fixin' My Hair" is featured in this episode. This catchy tune focuses on the importance of personal grooming and taking care of one's hair.

In a following scene, Rosita rushes into Big Bird's nest sale, searching for the letter of the day, X. She successfully finds the letter X in Big Bird's nest, highlighting the significance of this letter in the alphabet.

Two film segments showcase the letter X in different ways. First, a big X emerges, Jaws-like, in a swimming pool. Then, ornate Xs spin around in accompaniment to a song.

In the "Murray Has a Little Lamb" segment, Murray's lamb, Ovejita, leads him to another secret escuela with the clues of insectos (bugs), un sapo (a frog), and una lupa (a magnifying glass). The school turns out to be the Science and Nature program at the American Museum of Natural History, where kids learn about bugs, amphibians, and reptiles. They also learn about camouflage and go on a safari outside.

An animation segment titled "Dancing with the Flowers" by artist Karen Aqua showcases a beautiful, visually appealing scene with flowers dancing in harmony.

In another scene, Rosita frantically searches for the number of the day, which is 2. She finds the number 2 in Big Bird's nest, emphasizing the importance of this number in counting and mathematics.

Two segments focus on the number 2. First, an Egyptian-themed animation features the number 2. Then, a song called "2, 2, 2, Me and You" celebrates the joy of the number 2.

In the "Bert and Ernie's Great Adventures" segment, Ernie and Bert become cavemen. They must find food on their own, leading to an adventure with a giant egg, a baby dinosaur, and its mother. The duo learns about compassion and returns the baby dinosaur to its mother, receiving bananas as a reward.

A Muppet segment features singing fruits performing a hip-hop song called "Eat Your Favorite Fruits." This segment encourages children to enjoy eating fruit by showing footage of kids consuming various fruits.

Lastly, in the "Elmo's World: Up and Down" segment, Elmo explores the concepts of up and down in his imaginative world, helping children understand the differences between these two directions.

1 comment:

  1. Sesame street was brought to you today by the letter X and by the number 2.