Sesame Street

Abby Tries & Tries Again

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Leela is closing the Laundromat early because she and Chris are going to a party in the neighborhood. Abby appears and wants to help Leela get dressed. She uses rhyme and magic but Leela accidentally gets transformed into a pirate and then into a football player. After Abby says a rhyme that's really clear about exactly what she wants Leela to wear, Leela is dressed as a princess with a ball gown, glass slippers and a tiara. Abby decides to give Leela party hair, too, so she recites another rhyming spell. Now her hair tricks aren't working, either. Leela reminds Abby that she just has to be really clear in her rhyme about what she wants. It works! Abby gives Leela a pretty, fancy hairdo. Chris arrives to walk with Leela to the party, but she thinks that walking in the glass slippers will be very difficult. To help them get to the party, Abby uses a transportation trick. After a few mishaps, she makes a coach appear, just like Cinderella's. Chris decides he wants to be dressed like Prince Charming but Abby accidentally turns him into a pirate! Chris likes this outfit even better and he and Leela go to the party. Abby loves to help! THEME: Emotional Development Z / 15
 

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