|Baby Bear tries to make Curly sleep.|
|Air date||May 4, 2004|
|Season||Season 35 (2004)|
|Written by||Molly Boylan|
|COLD OPEN|| My Favorite Sesame Street Moments|
Jason Biggs talks about the "Pinball Number Count" series.
| ||SCENE||Baby Bear welcomes the viewer and tells us that he’s taking care of his little sister, Curly. It’s time for her nap and Baby Bear is all prepared for his “fool-proof napping system”. He shows off the things he has for her – her blanket, her dolly and finally her favorite book, “Find the Bears”. He remarks how well the story works when it comes to her nap and starts reading the book, pointing out the various locations of the bears in the story. Curly slinks off to what Baby Bear thinks is sleep, but she’s really awake. Baby Bear is shocked and tries reading the book again, but with no success. With no other plan, Baby Bear begins begging for her to sleep, but she grabs his ear instead.|
|SCENE cont'd||Maria and Gabi exit 123 Sesame Street and remark how cute Curly looks. Baby Bear tells them of his problem and Maria offers a good solution, singing a lullaby that she used to sing to baby Gabi in Spanish. Curly finally gets to sleep, but not for long. Baby Bear wishes something would put her to sleep.|
|SCENE cont'd||A puff of smoke appears and in comes the Fairy Nap-Mother, who has come to grant his wish. She tries some of her sparkling magic fairy dust and a magic rhyme, but that doesn’t work as well. Seeing how poorly she has done, she decides to take a nap herself.|
| ||SCENE cont'd||Oscar bursts out of his trash can to tell Baby Bear to tone down the sweetness. Baby Bear explains his predicament, and Oscar makes a deal to put her to sleep in exchange for quiet. Oscar commands his pets to make noise down in his trash can, which (despite Baby Bear’s disbelief) actually succeeds in putting Curly to sleep. Baby Bear complements Oscar and begins trying to thank him as Curly slips off into dreamland.|
|Muppets||Muppet & Kid Moment — Rosita talks to Mackenzie about her brother, Johnny.|
|Muppets / Celebrity|| Denyce Graves tucks Elmo into bed and sings him an Operatic Lullaby.|
(First: Episode 3697)
|Muppets|| The Letter of the Day: V|
Cookie Monster carries a heavy load of bricks in an effort to not eat the Letter V Cookie.
(First: Episode 3987)
|Film|| V for voice, violin, Victrola, etc.|
(First: Episode 3399)
|Cartoon|| Consonant Sound: V, violin (new sound effects added)|
(First: Episode 1157)
|Muppets|| The Spanish Word of the Day: familia|
Rosita show us the Spanish word of the day, Familia, and introduce us to her family. Then they all hug each other because they are a family that loves to hug.
|Animation|| A girl dances her way into a family portrait. |
(First: Episode 3134)
|Muppets||A monster girl and her family sing “The Tortellini Song’’ to teach their baby sibling to say the word “tortellini” instead of “mama”.|
|Muppets|| Journey to Ernie: Musical Instrument Land|
(First: Episode 4031)
|Muppets|| Ernie and Bert: In song, Ernie tells Bert to "Wake Up!" even though it's far from morning. By the end of the song, Bert is restless.|
(First: Episode 4036)
|Muppets|| Global Grover|
Grover returns from Nicaragua carrying bricks that he made himself. She shows a film of his friend Gilberto making his own bricks. (First: Episode 2744)
When the film finishes, Grover reveals his own brick and becomes frustrated when it won’t say hello.
(First: Episode 4043)
|Cartoon||Madlenka is sick, and friends and neighbors try to cheer her up. Madlenka imagines her neighborhood as a circus.|
|Muppets|| The Number of the Day: 8|
Eight bats show up when the Count reveals that 8 is the number of the day.
(First: Episode 3989)
|Animation||Eight apples grow on a tree.|
|Film|| Eight children dance in a colorblock grid.|
(First: Episode 3115)
|Muppets|| Elmo's World: Sleep|
(First: Episode 3983)
|Insert|| The Adventures of Trash Gordon|
Trash is bothered by a gang of oinking pigs, until he puts on his earmuffs.
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|Episode 4077||Episode 4079|
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