Sesame Street Episode 4615 Birdie and the Beast

Sesame Street Episode 4615
Birdie and the Beast
Season 46

Sesame Street Episode 4615 appears in the 46th season. The name of the Episode is Birdie and the Beast. The air date of the episode is April 16, 2016. The number of the Episode is 0 and the letter is F.

Sesame Street Episode 4615 Birdie and the Beast Season 46

Sesame Street Episode 4615 Birdie and the Beast Season 46

Sesame Street Episode 4615 Birdie and the Beast Season 46

Chris announces to the audience that Big Bird will share a unique fairytale he has concocted named "Birdie and the Beast." As the narrative unfolds, Birdie relocates to a new nest neighboring a castle. Upon entering the castle to greet his new neighbor, Birdie encounters the castle owner - Beast, who, along with his magical belongings, sings about his unpleasant behaviors. Beast demands Birdie to leave, but upon hearing the term "friend," Beast reveals a curse placed on him by a witch. Unless Beast can foster a friendship before all the coconuts from a particular tree fall, he will forever remain a beast. Beast attempts to coerce Birdie into friendship, but Birdie enlightens him that friendship cannot be forced. Upset, Beast throws a tantrum, resulting in a coconut falling from the tree. Determined to create a friendship, Beast locks Birdie in the castle. Birdie tries to connect with Beast through a game of "Spin the Piggy," but Beast fails to understand the concept of taking turns, leading to another tantrum and falling coconut. In a desperate attempt to form a bond, Birdie proposes a friendly picnic. However, Beast's inability to share causes Birdie to want to leave, leaving Beast alone. Beast's subsequent tears prompt Birdie to comfort him with a hug and a song about friendship and emotions. Experiencing an unfamiliar sense of happiness, Beast realizes his mistake and commands the door to unlock. Birdie acknowledges Beast's kind action, offering to be his friend, and triggering Beast's transformation into his original, well-groomed form. The story concludes with a song, and Big Bird reveals that Birdie and Beast remain "B.B.B.F.Fs" forever.

Elmo and the crew introduce the letter of the day, F, through a spirited song and dance routine.

Franny Jones performs "F is for Fairytale," singing about her and Fearless Fred's adventure with a fiery dragon.

Count von Count and his friends sing and stomp to determine the number of the day - 0, prompting the Count to stomp 0 times.

In "Elmo the Musical: Prince Elmo the Musical," Elmo envisions himself as Prince Elmo, accompanied by his two royal mouse guards. They learn that the town of Tottentot is threatened by a dragon. To reach the town, they must navigate over the Burping Hill of Beans, under the Friendly Froggies Five, and through the Hiccuping Hoop of Ballyhoo. After surmounting several challenges, they arrive at Tottentot, where they discover that the dragon's incredibly foul breath is the issue. Prince Elmo ingeniously consumes some garlic and Limburger cheese wedges to defeat the dragon with his own breath.

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