Sesame Street Episode 3890

Sesame Street Episode 3890
Baby Bear isn't invited to the monster sing-along party
Season 31

Sesame Street Episode 3890

Sesame Street Episode 3890

Sesame Street Episode 3890

Sesame Street Episode 3890 appears in the 31st season. The name of the Episode is Baby Bear isn't invited to the monster sing-along party. The air date of the episode is April 7, 2000. The number of the Episode is 19 and the letter is D. The celebrity guest of Episode 3890 is Spike Lee.

The episode begins with Gordon welcoming the viewer to Sesame Street. Telly and Baby Bear excitedly approach him and ask him to read their mail. Telly receives an invitation to a monster sing-along happening at Monster Daycare, while Baby Bear receives a 20% off coupon for drapes. Baby Bear wonders why he didn't get an invitation to the sing-along.

In the second street scene, Baby Bear feels hurt that he didn't receive an invitation. Telly empathizes with him and decides not to attend the sing-along if his best friend can't join. This decision makes them both happier, and they decide to find something else to do together.

In the third street scene, Baby Bear still wishes he could attend the monster sing-along. They decide to have their own sing-along, where they enjoy singing a song about opposites.

In the fourth street scene, Baby Bear and Telly are still disappointed about the invitation situation. Baby Bear thinks that maybe he wasn't invited because he is a bear, not a monster. He gets an idea and tells Telly he'll meet him at the sing-along later.

In the fifth street scene, Baby Bear wears a pink monster costume, hoping the monsters will let him participate in the sing-along if they think he's a monster. Papa Bear notices this and gives Baby Bear an inspiring speech about being proud of who he is. Baby Bear agrees and decides it's better to be himself.

In the sixth street scene, Baby Bear is happy to be himself but still wishes he could attend the monster sing-along. Suddenly, a group of monsters, including Telly, surround Baby Bear, chanting "Bear! Bear! Bear!" Telly explains that Baby Bear was invited after all, but his invitation got lost in the mail. A woman named Beebe Beara shows up to give Baby Bear the invitation that was mistakenly delivered to her mailbox. The happy monsters and bear head off to the sing-along, and Beebe wonders where to find cheap drapes.

In the seventh street scene, Baby Bear is delighted to be at the monster sing-along, especially since he and Telly are depended upon to teach the daycare monsters new songs. They teach them how to sing "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star," and they all sing it repeatedly.

In the final street scene, Baby Bear, Telly, and the monsters sing "I've Been Working on the Railroad" as Gordon announces the sponsors.

One of the segments features a group of kids acting out the song "I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter," performed by Fats Waller. The children reenact the song in a style reminiscent of the silent film era, teaching kids about different forms of communication and entertainment.

In a Muppet & Kid Moment, Samantha sings The Alphabet Song while Grover dances alongside her. This segment emphasizes the importance of learning the alphabet and the joy that can be found in singing and dancing.

The episode also includes an animation segment where a girl's ice cream falls off the cone, and her dog licks it up. Initially sad, the girl finds happiness again by playing with her dog. This teaches children about coping with disappointment and finding happiness in unexpected places.

Another animation segment showcases the letter "D." Various words and objects that start with the letter "D" are presented, such as draw, dent, drop, and dancer. This segment helps children learn about the alphabet and reinforces their knowledge of the letter "D."

In a Worms in Space segment, the letter "D" is explored in a fun and entertaining way, further solidifying the importance of learning the alphabet.

The episode also features a song called "Danger Song," performed by Rondell Sheridan. Rondell falls into a sewer and experiences a series of dangers that he must overcome. This segment teaches children about problem-solving and facing challenges.

A celebrity segment features Spike Lee directing Snuffy in "The Summer of Snuffy." In this scene, Snuffy is supposed to be sad that Big Bird can't play cabbage volleyball with him at the beach. However, Snuffy feels too happy to pretend to be sad, so he and Spike switch roles. This segment shows children the importance of expressing emotions and the process of filmmaking.