Sesame Street Episode 4082 - The Big Bad Wolf hates Losing Games

The Big Bad Wolf hates losing games
Season 35
Newelle J. McDonald and Whoopi Goldberg visit Sesame Street.

In Episode 4082 of Sesame Street, the street scenes focus on the Big Bad Wolf's struggle to accept losing in various games and learning the importance of having fun regardless of the outcome.

The episode begins with Gordon and Alan playing chess when the Big Bad Wolf, who is chasing the Three Little Pigs, takes a break and joins them. The wolf loses the game to Alan and, in frustration, blows the chessboard away. He admits that he doesn't like losing at chess and decides to join another game.

Next, the Big Bad Wolf participates in a baseball game with Gordon, Elmo, Zoe, and the kids. He strikes out, and despite the others trying to calm him down by reminding him that it's just a game, the wolf blows them all away in anger.

The Big Bad Wolf then joins Big Bird, Radar, and a Dinger in the "Guess What's Next Game." He struggles to guess the correct answer before the Dinger rings his bell, causing the wolf to become upset and blow the toys and Dinger away. Big Bird tries to reason with the wolf, but he gets blown out of his nest area as well.

Later, Alan, Gordon, Zoe, and Elmo are playing basketball in the garden when Big Bird is blown into them by the wolf. The Big Bad Wolf wants to join their game, but Big Bird, Zoe, and Elmo initially refuse. Alan and Gordon then sing a song called "You Can't Win 'Em All," explaining that it doesn't matter if you win or lose, as long as you have fun. The wolf takes a shot with the ball and misses, but instead of huffing and puffing, he asks to try again. This time, he makes the shot! A whistle sounds, the pigs reappear, and the wolf resumes chasing them.

The episode starts with "My Favorite Sesame Street Moments," where Newelle J. McDonald shares her most respected moment when Hooper's Store caught fire. This segment highlights the memorable and impactful moments of Sesame Street.

Grover and Tamara discuss winning and losing in a Muppet & Kid Moment, emphasizing the importance of good sportsmanship. In another segment, Baby Bear is angry that someone ate his porridge, and Whoopi Goldberg helps him learn different ways to deal with his anger.

The Letter of the Day is 'Z', and Prairie Dawn tries to prevent Cookie Monster from eating the letter by giving him a plate of cookies. However, Cookie Monster ends up eating all the cookies and the letter 'Z'. Following this, an animation segment showcases the letter 'Z' in various typefaces.

Zelda and Zachary have a "Z Day" while looking for 'Z' words in a film segment, teaching children about words that start with the letter 'Z'. The Spanish Word of the Day is "zapato," and Professor Grover teaches kids where to wear a zapato (a shoe).

In a cartoon segment, kids are encouraged to hop, hop, shake their heads, and wriggle like an octopus. Journey to Ernie: Jungle is another segment where Big Bird looks for Ernie in a jungle setting.

Ernie and Skyla engage in a Muppet & Kid Moment, where Ernie types a word on the computer that Skyla has to guess. Global Grover returns from Egypt with his camel Sidney, and in Grover's film, Achmed visits his cousins and works on a farm. Afterward, Grover prepares to eat the basket of lunch he brought back, but Sidney ate it all.

In a Global Thingy cartoon, a West Side Story spoof takes place, where tough kids on a playground take a ball from some other Thingies. The Number of the Day is 11, and The Count celebrates with balloons and confetti.

A girl types the number 11 on a computer, matches it with another one, and sees 11 elephants in an animation segment. Suzie Kabloozie stars in a cartoon titled "Judge #11."

Narf and some monsters play with their ball until Pino takes it and refuses to give it back. They sing "Don't Be a Bully" to get him to change his mind. The episode concludes with Elmo's World: Dinosaurs, where Elmo explores the fascinating world of dinosaurs.

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