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Sesame Street
Plot Abby Thinks Oscar is a Prince (repeat of 4173)
Air date February 5, 2013
Season Season 43 (2012)
Sponsors E, 4


Picture Segment Description
What’s the Word on the Street?: Disguise
(First: Episode 4173)
Chris reads Abby Cadabby “The Frog Prince”, which she anxiously waits for the ending of. Chris finishes the story and Abby loves it.
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As Abby walks down the street, she finds herself amazed that a frog of all things could be an enchanted prince. While Oscar deals with a man with some trash behind her, Abby wonders if some on Sesame Street could be a prince. She sees and Oscar and gets the idea that he may be an enchanted prince!


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In Abby’s imagination, she tells what she thinks is Oscar’s fairy tale origin. He once was a handsome, kind prince who received trashy treasures from his subjects, until one day, a Fairy Grouchmother witness this and was disgusted. With a wave of her wand, she turns him into a nasty Grouch.

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Back in reality, Abby believes it’s her duty to kiss Oscar and make him a prince again. She tells Oscar she’s going to kiss him, but he thinks otherwise. She floats up to his trash can, but he shuts the lid and emerges again with a protective mask on. He then hangs a “No Kissing” sign on his trash can and announces (using a megaphone) that his trash can is now a no-kissing zone and that he’ll be staying in his trash can forever (ordering from “Szechwan Grouch” for food). Abby gets an idea how to reach him...

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Abby poofs herself into Oscar’s trash can. Abby tries to find Oscar in the dark, but ends up smooching his pets. Fearing he may be next, he bounces on his trampoline and sky-rockets out of his trash can.


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Oscar crashes in front of Hooper’s, where Chris is folding napkins. Oscar asks him for a disguise so Abby won’t recognize him and kiss him. Abby poofs herself to Hooper’s and sees green man who goes by the name of James Bond. She recognizes him as Oscar. Chris settles this by making Oscar let Abby kiss him because if nothing happens to him, Abby will see she’s wrong. Abby checks her breath and kisses Oscar and…


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…he remains the same. Abby is disappointed and thinks it was more fun in the story. Chris tells her that the frog was a fairy tale frog and that most frogs are just regular frogs and they like it like that! Oscar expresses his desire to be a Grouch in a song, “I Don't Wanna Be a Prince”. Abby doesn’t mind, as she loves Oscar anyway and begins chasing him for a hug.
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Celebrity / Muppets
Jack Black wears various disguises to fool Elmo, but he sees through them each time, until he meets a chicken with Jack’s facial hair.
(First: Episode 4173)
Before Abby's Flying Fairy School gets here, Chef Ovejita pulls Chef Murray out of their bowl for another edition of "Alphabet Cook-off!" Ovejita gets some ingredients - an eggplant, edamame, and enchiladas, which concoct a letter E.
Cookie Monster sings about the E sound in the word "elephant."
(First: Episode 4188)
Two girls love words that start with E.
Murray and the girls introduce Abby's Flying Fairy School.
(First: Episode 4308)


Muppets / Animation
Abby's Flying Fairy School
Mrs. Sparklenose is teaching the students opposites today, though Blögg doesn't grasp the concept as easy. After Gonnigan and Abby demonstrate, he tries to use their opposite spell on Gonnigan, but uses it on himself instead. Suddenly, Blögg becomes the opposite of himself, wearing posh clothing and being obsessed with cleanliness (constantly giving Niblet a bath). Gonnigan likes having a less-disgusting friend around now, but Opposite-Blögg ruins their playtime by putting away their blocks and refusing to wear the wrinkled costumes. Abby and Gonnigan learn that to change him back, Blögg has to do the spell on himself. Abby tempts him with his favorite stinky cheese, but he instead is frightened by it. Everyone muses about the old Blögg, making him realize the right thing to do is to change himself back.
(First: Episode 4277)
"Super Grover 2.0" is coming up, but now, Ovejita shows off her remote, which makes Murray pick up a number 4 and do four spins.
Four beatboxers
(First: Episode 4205)
Muppets / Celebrity
Feist performs a spoof of her song "1234" as various Muppets help her count.
(First: Episode 4161)
Murray and the kids introduce "Super Grover 2.0."
(First: Episode 4305)

Super Grover 2.0
An oyster proposes to his starfish lover, but is knocked of the sand dune and the ring gets lost in the sand. Super Grover 2.0 lands on the scene. He tries to observe the sand, but finds it just falls through his fingers. He discovers a shell in his palm and the creatures suggest he use something to sift the sand and find the ring. Grover pulls a bagel from his utility sock, but it doesn't work as a sifter and is promptly swiped by a seagull. He then pulls some Swiss cheese, which has smaller holes, but doesn't work and the seagull takes it ("The gall of that gull."). He finally pulls out a spaghetti strainer, which makes for a perfect sifter and he finds the ring. He pulls a cake out from his other sock to celebrate and is chased by the gull.
(First: Episode 4261)
A sand crab trying to build a sand house builds a moat so it won't be taken by the tide.
(First: Episode 3997)
Murray announces it's almost time for "Elmo the Musical", but first, he plays "Sounds of the Street". He and the viewer listen to the sounds of a dog, a helicopter and a tiger with allergies. (intro and closing re-dubbed)
(First: Episode 4189)

Upside Downton Abbey
Carson tries to serve the countess of Upside Downton Abbey, but she's baffled when all the food items fall to the ceiling. Carson points out it's because they're upside down. The countess initially refuses to make things right-side-up ("It is simply not done."), but changes her mind eventually. Carson whips out a lever that sets thing right-side-up and causes the countess' steak and kidney pie to fall on her head.
Murray and a boy introduce "Elmo the Musical."


Elmo the Musical: Prince Elmo the Musical
Elmo imagines himself as Prince Elmo, aided by his two royal mice guards, who report that the citizens of Tottentot are menaced by a dragon. To get to the town, they must go over the Burping Hill of Beans, under the Friendly Froggies Five and through the Hiccuping Hoop of Ballyhoo. As they climb the hill, they start to sink in until Velvet helps them out. Next, they go under the Froggies Five, who musically count off. They find the hoop and surprise it so it'll stop hiccuping and they can pass through. When they reach Tottentot, they are told the dragon is harassing them with his incredibly stinky breath. Fighting fire with fire, Prince Elmo gulps down some garlic and Limburger cheese wedges (five of each) and defeats the dragon with his own breath.
Murray announces the sponsors.
Leslie Carrara-Rudolph announces: "Sesame Street was brought to you by the Corporation of Clapping Hands."
(First: Episode 4306)

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