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Daniel's Sleepover

Episode 120
Title Daniel's Sleepover
Backyard Camping
Air Date February 12, 2013
 

Daniel and his family are at the castle for a royal sleepover. In Prince Wednesday's room, the boys play dinosaurs as they talk about this being their first sleepover. They become frightened when they see a lumpy-bump on the bed under Prince Wednesday's covers. Queen Sara comes in to remind them -- "see what it is, you might feel better." When they look closer, they find that the lump is just Prince Wednesday's stuffed animals.

Prince Wednesday shows all of his stuff animals to Daniel who make-believes that the toys come to life to play.

After brushing their teeth, the boys are tucked into bed when they see a scary shadow on the wall. When Dad Tiger encourages them to see what it is, they find that it is only the shadow of Prince Wednesday's toy lizard. Dad Tiger does some shadow puppets on the wall for the boys before they drift off to sleep.


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  • "See what it is. You might feel better."

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The live action segment following this episode includes a girl sleeping over at her grandmother's house.

  


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Written by Becky Friedman
Created by Angela C. Santomero
Based on the work of Fred Rogers

2012 The Fred Rogers Company

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