|Wild Nature Survivor Guy|
|Air date||November 13, 2009|
|Season||Season 40 (2009-2010)|
|COLD OPEN||What's the Word on the Street?: Nature|
|SCENE||Alan, Leela, Elmo and Rosita are enjoying a picnic outside, when leaves are blown around, the sound of a helicopter blares and rope dangles from the sky. Coming down from the rope comes Wild Nature Survivor Guy (played by Jimmy Fallon)! He is here to try to survive in the wilds of nature, despite the fact that he’s not alone and in the city, as Alan and Leela continuously point out. WNSG explains that to survive, he’ll need food, water, warmth and shelter and heads off on his search.|
|SCENE contd||WNSG catches a whiff of food and pounces on a nearby tomato plant. Leela yells at him, since they were her plants and points out he didn’t get the food from nature. He counters by saying that plants come from nature, thus his food is from nature. He also claims that when surviving off nature, he needs to act fast, but Alan points out he has fruit at Hooper’s. WGNS also counters, claiming those came from nature too. Leela takes her plants home.|
|SCENE contd||WNSG now needs water to survive as well. He sticks his tongue out, hoping to catch some raindrops, but Alan points out it’s not raining. Rosita claims it rained earlier, which means there are wet plants with water dripping from them. As WNSG collects the meager drops in his canteen, Alan tries giving him some water from the faucet, which also comes from nature.|
| ||SCENE contd||WNSG now sees that nightfall is fast approaching, which means night chills and he searches to find something to keep him warm. He comes across some feathers on the ground, which he stuffs his shirt with. The monsters wonder how they will keep him warm when he explains that they keep birds warm and they are even found in Alan’s vest. He follows the trail to a duck, who he attacks for warmth. The duck storms off as WNSG notes the sunset and must now seek shelter for the night. He finds some branches, which will help with his shelter.|
| ||SCENE contd||He then discovers Big Bird’s nest, thinking it’s abandoned and decides to use it as his shelter. He uses the branches as coverings. Alan tries to tell him he can’t stay there, but WNSG once again points out that nature provides wood for regular houses. Big Bird enters his nest area, and is surprised to find visitors. WNSG is shocked at the sight of the large bird and claims Big Bird is a marvel of nature, then says everyone and everything is a part of nature. He hears a cricket chirping, which leads him to believe nature want them to sing along. He and the gang sing about the importance of nature as he settles in for the night.|
|Muppets / Celebrity||Debra Messing identifies the various parts of nature.|
| ||Muppets||Murray announces Abby's Flying Fairy School is coming soon, but first, he and some kids play "What's on Me That Starts with D?" Kids identify the D words Murray wears.|
|Muppets||In a parody of iPod commercials, Big Bird, Elmo and Snuffy listen and dance to the sound of the letter D.|
|Muppets||Murray and Jake introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.|
| ||Muppets / Animation|| Abby's Flying Fairy School|
Today, the class is putting on their Dance Recital. Abby, Blogg, Peck and Niblet are all ready to dance, but Gonnigan claims he can’t dance and won’t do it in front of a crowd. Mrs. Sparklenose poofs him up special “Sugar Plum Fairy Dance Shoes”, which will help him dance. As Gonnigan takes off his shoes the magic shoes begin dancing away. Blogg spots them under Niblet’s table. Gonnigan looks under and knocks the cage over, sending Niblet flying into Gonnigan’s sweater and making him shake around. Abby tries to magically make Gonnigan dance, but she misses each time and makes something in the room dance. Gonnigan then follows the shoes around a block tower, but slips on a piece of lunch. Abby calls on Spot, who shoes them videos of feet. Abby interprets the film, calimg Gonnigan only needs his feet to dance. He ignores her and find the shoes on top of the bookshelf. He knocks it over and gets clay on his head, so he shakes it off. Mrs. Sparklenose reminds him of all the physical things he’s done (wiggling, sliding and shaking) and he makes a dance out of it, which all the other students perform in the recital.
|Cast|| Miles shows the kids the "Forward Backward Dance."|
(First: Episode 4185)
|Muppets||Murray announces it's time to go to school with him and Ovejita, but first, he counts 5 of things.|
|Cartoon|| 5 of various things found in space including 5 spaceships on Mars.|
(First: Episode 3698)
Shown in widescreen
|Muppets||As Murray rushes off, Navin and Avery introduce "Murray Has a Little Lamb".|
| ||Muppets|| Murray Has a Little Lamb|
Murray's lamb, Ovejita, gives a clue about which escuela they'll be visiting today: a kick. The school turns out to be a karate class, where Murray and Ovejita learn how to do karate, and Murray eagerly anticipates breaking a board.
(First: Episode 4161)
"Guessing Game" portion cut, new intro added
|Muppets||Murray announces "Elmo's World" is coming, but first, he gives a demonstration of outside and inside.|
| ||Song||Ziggy Marley sings "Set Your Piggies Free" with some celebrity cameos.|
|Muppets||Murray and Navin introduce "Elmo's World".|
|Muppets|| Elmo's World: Helping|
(First: Episode 4160)
|Muppets||Murray looks at a large screen to announce the sponsors.|
- Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett's names appear on Leela's basket and watering can.
- On Amazon Prime, the episode swaps out Debra Messing's segment for Cameron Diaz, and omits the iTunes parody.
|Previous episode:||Next episode:|
|Episode 4189||Episode 4191|
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.