Sesame Street Episode 4222 Up In The Air

Sesame Street Episode 4222
Up In The Air
Season 41
Natalie Morales visits Sesame Street

In Episode 4222 of Sesame Street, the street scenes revolve around Big Bird and Snuffy's playdate. They begin by playing a game to see who can stay in the air the longest. However, they quickly realize that they can't stay up and keep falling back to the ground due to gravity. Their jumping causes a commotion on the street, and Gordon comes over to investigate. He explains to Big Bird and Snuffy that gravity is what keeps things down, and demonstrates this by throwing some objects and watching them fall.

Feeling disappointed that they can't stay in the air, Big Bird and Snuffy are approached by Abby, who offers to help them by casting a magical spell to get rid of gravity. She recites the spell, waves her wand, and suddenly, Big Bird and Snuffy begin to float off the ground. Delighted, they sing about the great things they can do while "Floating on Air."

However, they soon encounter a problem when they realize they can't hold onto their ball, car, and sandwich, as these objects also float out of reach. Gordon, now floating as well, is confused about what's happening. Big Bird and Snuffy explain Abby's magic, and Gordon calls her on his cellphone to ask her to restore gravity. Abby obliges, and everyone happily returns to the ground.

As Gordon leaves, Big Bird and Snuffy sing about preferring to be on the ground instead of in the air. They then start debating what they should do next for their playdate.

In the "Muppets / Celebrity" segment, Abby helps Natalie Morales demonstrate the meaning of "float" by making a pumpkin appear (so it can float on water) and then making them both float.

During a "Muppets" segment, Murray prepares the audience for Abby's Flying Fairy School and plays "What's on Me That Starts with B?" with the kids. In the following "Cartoon" segment, Elmo sings about the B sound in the word "bottle."

In the "Muppets / Animation" segment, Abby's Flying Fairy School features the class taking the "Tooth Fairy Test." The students must retrieve a child's tooth, change it into a coin, and leave it under their pillow. They encounter various challenges, such as accidentally putting their teacher to sleep and struggling to get the tooth under the pillow. Despite these obstacles, they manage to complete the task and earn their Tooth Fairy Badges.

Murray appears in another "Muppets" segment, announcing that it's almost time for "Murray Has a Little Lamb," but first, he talks about the number one. In a "Cast / Muppets" segment, Miles sings a song about his favorite number, one.

In the "Muppets" segment, "Murray Has a Little Lamb," Murray's lamb, Ovejita, leads him to another secret escuela with an ice skate as his clue. The school turns out to be Ice Skating School, where Murray learns the basics of skating.

A "Film" segment shows how muscles and bones help people move and jump. Before "Elmo's World" begins, Murray gives a demonstration of over and under in another "Muppets" segment. The "Song" segment features the soulful tune "Jump."

In an "Ernie & Bert" segment, Bert's reading is interrupted by Ernie with a room of monsters dancing in various styles. Murray and Avery introduce "Elmo's World" in another "Muppets" segment. The episode concludes with "Elmo's World: Up and Down."

1 comment:

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