Sesame Street Episode 4206 Big Bird sprains his wing

Sesame Street Episode 4206
Big Bird sprains his wing
Season 40 (2009-2010)

In this street scene, Big Bird is excited to spend the day rollerskating and sings his own version of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" with new lyrics about the activity. However, as he passes by Hooper's Store, he ends up crashing. Chris and The Count witness the accident, and Chris helps Big Bird get back on his feet. Big Bird starts feeling a sharp pain in his right wing, so Chris takes him to see Dr. Berger, leaving The Count in charge of Hooper's Store.

At the doctor's office, Dr. Berger (played by Julianna Margulies) examines Big Bird's wing, finds it swollen, and decides to take an x-ray. Meanwhile, back at Hooper's Store, The Count is busy counting the incoming customers, including Sherlock Hemlock, which delays their orders.

Dr. Berger returns with Big Bird's x-ray results, revealing that he didn't break any bones; instead, he sprained his wing. She puts his wing in a sling and advises him to rest, meaning he can't rollerskate. Chris and Big Bird return to the street and find a long line of customers waiting outside Hooper's Store. The Count excitedly tells Chris that business is booming with 124 customers.

Feeling down, Big Bird watches everyone around him doing activities that he can't do while his wing is in a sling. He sings a song about his "Wing in a Sling Blues." Elmo and Zoe notice Big Bird's sadness and try to cheer him up by singing a song that lists all the things he can still do while his wing is in a sling. To lift his spirits, Chris brings everyone milkshakes, which is another activity Big Bird can enjoy with his wing in a sling.

Matthew Fox explains to Elmo what bones are and demonstrates a "funny bone." A film follows, showing how muscles and bones help people move and jump.

Murray introduces Abby's Flying Fairy School, but first, he and the kids rap about X words. They soon realize there are very few X words and instead, they name words that end with X. A cartoon follows, featuring Cookie Monster singing about the X sound in the word "X-ray."

In Abby's Flying Fairy School, the students are growing their own plants. Abby, Blogg, and Peck grow flowers, but Gonnigan struggles to grow anything. He uses magic to make his plant grow into a giant beanstalk, leading to an adventure where they meet a giant and learn about communication. Eventually, they return to the classroom and find Niblet has grown large by eating parts of the beanstalk, but he burps and returns to his normal size.

Cassandra Wilson sings "Reach Your Hand Up High" to some kids. Murray then announces it's time for "Murray Has a Little Lamb," but first, he counts 13 of various things. A cartoon follows, showcasing 13 water-skiing hippos.

In "Murray Has a Little Lamb," Murray's lamb, Ovejita, leads him to the Science and Nature program at the American Museum of Natural History, where kids learn about bugs, amphibians, reptiles, camouflage, and even go on a safari outside.

Murray and the viewer play "Sounds of the Street," listening to various city sounds. Zoe watches as Lorena and Lorna Feijóo perform their version of the Lamberena dance, noting the similarities to her own dance involving a lamb.

Finally, Murray and Rachael introduce "Elmo's World," which focuses on the theme of hands.

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