The Furchester Hotel
|Sesame Street: The Furchester Hotel|
|Genre||Educational television, Puppetery|
|Created by||Belinda Ward|
|Developed by||Belinda Ward|
|Written by||Belinda Ward (lead writer)|
|Theme music composer||Andy Blythe and Marten Joustra|
|Opening theme||"Welcome to the Furchester"|
|Ending theme||"Farewell from the Furchester"|
|Country of origin||United Kingdom|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||103 (list of episodes)|
|Executive producer(s)||Tony Reed|
|Production location(s)||dock10, MediaCityUK|
|Running time||11 minutes|
|Production company(s)||Sesame Workshop|
|Original network||CBeebies (UK)|
Universal Kids (US)
CBC Kids (Canada)
|Original release||26 September 2014 –|
28 October 2017
The Furchester Hotel is a puppet series for CBeebies (BBC's preschool network). It is a British spin-off of Sesame Street; the show premiered on CBeebies on 26 September 2014. The show aired in 2016 on the Sprout (now Universal Kids) until 2019.
The Furchester Hotel is a half-star hotel in England that is owned by a monster family called the Furchester-Fuzz Family; the Furchester-Fuzz Family alongside Elmo and Cookie Monster figure out how to solve different issues that are developed by the guests of the Furchester Hotel.
- Funella Furchester (performed by Louise Gold) – A monster who is the wife of Furgus, the mother of Phoebe, and the aunt of Elmo. Funella is the main proprietor of the Furchester Hotel, welcoming guests and making sure their stay is wonderful in any way she can, she was designed by Ed Christie.
- Furgus Fuzz (performed by Andrew Spooner) – A monster who is the husband of Funella, the father of Phoebe, and the uncle of Elmo. He serves as the jack-of-all-trades at the Furchester Hotel and specializes in the hotel's repair needs. Similar to Grover, Furgus takes on several other jobs around the hotel as needed, he was designed by Ed Christie.
- Phoebe Furchester-Fuzz (performed by Sarah Burgess) – The protagonist of the series. A 7-year-old violet monster who is the daughter of Furgus and Funella and the cousin of Elmo. Phoebe's main duty at the Furchester Hotel is answering the phone; when she gets a monster idea, her pigtail stands on end and she often says "Fuzzawubba!". In "Animal Talk," it is revealed that Phoebe knows lots of animal languages. In "Phoebe's Key," it is revealed that the key on Phoebe's necklace can unlock all the doors in the Furchester Hotel as well as the hotel safe, she was designed by Ed Christie.
- Elmo (performed by Ryan Dillon) – Elmo appears as the cousin of Phoebe and the nephew of Furgus and Funella. He is taking an extended stay at the Furchester Hotel due to his fascination with it. Elmo's father Louie is the brother of Funella.
- Cookie Monster (performed by David Rudman) – Cookie Monster appears as the room service worker and a waiter in the Furchester Hotel's dining room. As usual, he eats any cookies that come in his sight. In "Cookie Confusion," it is revealed that Cookie Monster has a British cousin named Biscuit Monster who eats biscuits.
- Big Bird (performed by Matt Vogel) – Big Bird is a special guest at the Furchester Hotel. In "A Big Bird Surprise", Elmo and his friends welcome Big Bird to the Furchester Hotel where he meets everyone. In "A Furchester Christmas", Big Bird and his friends are waiting for Santa where he gives everyone special.
- Count von Count (performed by Matt Vogel) - The Count is a special guest at the Furchester Hotel. In "The Count's Vacation", Elmo and his friends meet Count von Count and The Countess to have a break for counting. In "A Furchester Christmas", The Count and his friends are waiting for Santa where he gives everyone special.
- Isabel – A pink furry bell-monster that resembles a call bell. Similar to the Dingers (to whom she is related), Isabel can only communicate through a series of rings, she notifies Funella Furchester whenever an incoming guest is arriving and has a general knowledge of what's happening in the hotel at all times as well as also cuing the musical breaks during the episodes. Isabel's puppeteers alternate between Sheila Clark and Lesa Gillespie, she was designed by Ed Christie.
- Harvey P. Dull (performed by Mak Wilson in Season One, Neil Sterenberg in Season Two) – A Fat Blue Anything Muppet who is a long-term occupant of the Furchester Hotel. In a similar fashion to Mr. Johnson, Harvey P. Dull frequently bears the brunt of the poor service, he cites the one positive thing about the Furchester Hotel is his favorite comfy chair. Harvey claims that the only reason he resides at the Furchester Hotel is a lack of availability in any other nearby hotels.
- The Tea Time Monsters – The Tea Time Monsters are a quintet of colorful monsters that appear whenever Monster Tea Time occurs (signified by Gonger banging a gong). When Gonger bangs the gong, the Tea Time Monsters emerge from their rooms and plow their way through the Furchester Hotel to get to their tea. During the credits of each episode, the Monsters are shown enjoying Monster Tea Time while chanting "Ugga wugga tea time, ugga wugga clink. Ugga wugga tea time, ugga wugga drink!"
- Colonel Mustard (occasionally performed by Warrick Brownlow-Pike and Andy Heath) – A yellow monster who is a member of the Tea Time Monsters.
- Sorbet (occasionally performed by David Rudman and Mak Wilson) – An orange monster who is a member of the Tea Time Monsters. He is a recycled version of the Live-Hand variant of Narf from Sesame Street that was previously used for Yoyo on 5, Rue Sésame.
- Ethel Bay-Mertz (occasionally performed by Lesa Gillespie) – A female purple monster who is a member of the Tea Time Monsters.
- Berry (occasionally performed by Toby Wilson) – A blue monster who is a member of the Tea Time Monsters. He resembles a modified version of Herry Monster.
- Lulu Lemon (occasionally performed by Warrick Brownlow-Pike) – A green male monster who is a member of the Tea Time Monsters.
- Gonger (performed by Mak Wilson in most episodes, David Rudman in some episodes, Colin Purves in "Very Important Porcupine," Warrick Brownlow-Pike in Season Two) – A small furry pink monster. Gonger would bang the large gong at Monster Tea Time, with the large gong occasionally knocking Gonger down or causing him to have a vibration reaction. Sometimes after he bangs the gong, Gonger shouts "Tea Time" to alert the Tea Time Monsters when it's Monster Tea Time. In Season Two, Gonger now works as a hotel chef and still bangs the gong for Monster Tea Time from the kitchen. Gonger was later imported to the main show as part of the season 48 segment "Cookie Monster's Foodie Truck."
- Mikey Brett - Mr. Howley (ep. 68, 75), John Lemmon (ep. 76), Sir Sniffalot (ep. 84)
- Warrick Brownlow-Pike – Colonel Mustard, Lulu Lemon (credits scene), Gonger (Season Two), Mr. Mainbrie (ep. 1), Cactus (ep. 3), Professor Fleece (ep. 4), Mrs. Featherbottom (ep. 5), Broccoli (ep. 6, 62), Carrot (ep. 6), Horse (ep. 7), Inspector Raccoon-seau (ep. 9), Mr. Quackmore (ep. 12), Ice Flipper No. 1 (ep. 13), Henry Moo-re (ep. 14), Monster Monster (ep. 17), Big Wolf (ep. 30), Mr. Fuzzlebrush (ep. 34), Beaky the Rooster (ep. 38), Mr. Orange (ep. 40), David Attenborough Muppet (ep. 53), Dot Bot (ep. 54), Chick Swagger (ep. 56), Biscuit Monster (ep. 60), Blue Yip Yip (ep. 63), Mr. Swimalot (ep. 93), Owl Groom (ep. 96)
- Sarah Burgess – Phoebe Furchester-Fuzz
- Sheila Clark – Isabel (occasional performer), Bell Pepper (ep. 6), Ms. Marbles (ep. 9), Fox (ep. 21)
- Paul Currie – Mr. Lawnmower (ep. 25), Charlton the Champion (ep. 50)
- Ryan Dillon – Elmo, Guinea Pig (ep. 12), Mail Bird (ep. 68), Christmas Elf on Phone (ep. 68), Mr. Peckwood (ep. 74), Cat Bride (ep. 96)
- Iestyn Evans -
- Damian Farrell –
- Julia Frost - Rabbit (ep. 42), Toby (ep.58), Miss Baa-Baa (ep. 66), Cheerleader (ep.59), Singing Birthday Cake (ep. 61), Precious (ep . 64), Horse #3 (ep. 77), mum (ep. 80)
- Lesa Gillespie – Isabel (occasional performer), Ethel Bay-Mertz (credits scene), Cookie Delivery Girl (ep. 2), Girl with Package (ep. 4), Guinea Pig (ep. 6), Sheep (ep. 6), Apple (ep. 40)
- Louise Gold – Funella Furchester, Feathered-Hat Woman (ep. 5), Ms. Gator (ep. 6), Mrs. Woofberg (ep. 10), Countess (ep. 65), Great Grandmama (ep. 85)
- Andy Heath – Pillow (theme song), Colonel Mustard (credits scene), Mr. Director (ep. 1), Taxicab Driver Monster (ep. 4), Elwood (ep. 18), Mr. Pineapple (ep. 40), Mr. Birdie (ep. 48), Cookie Monster (additional dialogue, ep. 50)
- Rebecca Nagan – Carol (ep. 1), Mrs. Quackmore (ep. 12), Ms. Ling (ep. 18), Broccoli (ep. 33), Mrs. Birdie (ep. 48), Clara (ep. 102)
- Colin Purves – Gonger (ep. 3), Sheep (ep. 4), Mr. Squigglebottom (ep. 15), Banana (ep. 40)
- David Rudman – Cookie Monster, Gonger (occasional performer), Sorbet, Commercial Announcer (ep. 1), Mr. Smells-a-Lot (ep. 27), Arthur (ep. 72), Mr. Munch (ep. 92), Alan (ep. 98), Mr. Vincent (ep. 99)
- Katherine Smee – Mrs. Iceberger (ep. 1), Broccoli (ep. 4), Sheep (ep. 4), Ice Flipper No. 2 (ep. 13), Mrs. Inkwell (ep. 14), Mrs. Jangles (ep. 24), Ms. Taylor Penworth (ep. 29), Mrs. Woolly (ep. 32), Squirrel (ep. 34), Miss Grapes (ep. 40)
- Andrew Spooner – Furgus Fuzz, Mr. Snowball (ep. 81), The Big Bad Wolf (ep. 94)
- Neil Sterenberg – Harvey P. Dull (Season Two), Mr. Crumb (ep. 2), Pierce the Porcupine (ep. 3), Aubergine (ep. 6), Horse (ep. 6, 7), Penguin Mason (ep. 9), Mr. Screech (ep. 11), Sheldon (ep. 16), Mr. Huggles (ep. 20), Mr. Evergroan (ep. 23), Suite Sheep (ep. 30), Monty (ep. 36), Bobby Bunny (ep. 45)
- Matt Vogel - Big Bird (ep. 53, 68), Count von Count (ep. 65, 68)
- Julie Westwood – Bebe (ep. 22), Shelly (ep. 16), Rabbit (ep. 20), Dr. RepeatThat (ep. 33), Miss Tuftly (ep. 44)
- Mak Wilson – Harvey P. Dull (Season One), Gonger (Season One), Sorbet (credits scene), Pink Monster (ep. 3), Griff (ep. 5), Mr. Snorkle (ep. 6), Rabbit (ep. 21), Little Wolf (ep. 30), Mr. Antoine (ep. 31), Ms. Puffwhiskers (ep. 36), Junior Birdie (ep. 48)
- Toby Wilson – Berry (credits scene), Rooster (ep. 4), Tortoise (ep. 26)
- Michael Winsor –
The series is a British-American-Canadian production. The series promotes problem-solving as the monsters try to figure out issues developed by their unique guests. Production of fifty-two 11-minute episodes (for two seasons) began in February 2014 at dock10, MediaCityUK.
On 14 November 2014 Sesame Street's YouTube channel began airing full episodes of The Furchester Hotel each week.
In February 2016, The Furchester Hotel was renewed for Season 2 which began production in May, it consists of 50 episodes and a double-length Christmas episode as well as guest appearances by Big Bird, Count von Count, and the Yip Yips. The second season began on 31 October 2016.
The show opens with a different character's face shaped as the river and zooms down into where the hotel is and all the Furchester Family can be seen singing where they are joined in by Elmo and Cookie Monster. At the end, all the guests are singing with the Furchester Family, Cookie Monster, and the Tea Time Monsters.
- Welcome to the Furchester – This is the theme song for this show that the Furchester Family, Elmo, Cookie Monster, the Monsters, and the hotel guests sing.
- A Furchester Never Gives Up – This song depicts the Furchester Family and Elmo never giving up as they drive a hotel trolley down a hallway as various hotel guests load suitcases onto the hotel trolley.
- The Catastrophe Song – The Furchester Family, Elmo, and Cookie Monster sing this song whenever they are faced with a perceived catastrophe at the Furchester Hotel.
- We Can Solve Any Problem - The Furchester Family, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Gonger trying to help the guests while they sing a song.
- Don't Check Out – The Furchester Family, Elmo, and Cookie Monster sing this song telling the guests about visiting and begging them not to leave at the end of every episode.
- Farewell from the Furchester - This was played during the credits as the Tea Time Monsters enjoy Monster Tea Time.
The Furchester Hotel will have 52 episodes span over two series and will premiere every weekday in the United Kingdom.
Season 1 (2014–16)
|Title||Director||Writer||Original air date|
|1||1||"Welcome to the Furchester"||Jack Jameson||Christine Ferraro||26 September 2014|
Mr. Director and his assistant Carol are visiting the Furchester Hotel to shoot a video to promote the establishment. During the filming, the Furchesters solve some problems along the way like the living arrangements for a penguin named Mrs. Iceburger and a lion named Mr. Mainbury.
Note: Mr. Mainbury is a recycled version of Chicago the Lion from Sesame Street.Note 2: This is the series premiere.
|2||2||"Don't Eat the Guests"||Jack Jameson||Molly Boylan||27 September 2014|
|3||3||"Very Important Porcupine"||Jack Jameson||Christine Ferraro||3 October 2014|
Funella welcomes the incoming guests with furry arms....until one guest named Pierce the Porcupine arrives.Note: It is confirmed in this episode that every time a guest arrives, they are always welcomed with "Furry Arms" (a reference to the Furry Arms Hotel from the "Around the Corner" expansion of Sesame Street).
|4||4||"Yodel-Ay-Hee-Hoo!"||Jack Jameson||Kathy Waugh||4 October 2014|
When the telephone line breaks at The Furchester Hotel, the Furchesters have no way to communicate. Then, Professor Fleece (a black sheep guest for the yodeling convention) tells them to Yodel it. In the end, the telephones weren't working because the phone was not plugged in as pointed out by Harvey P. Dull.Note: Every Yodel in the episode has the word yodel somewhere in it.
|5||5||"Count Your Chickens"||Jack Jameson||George Poles||10 October 2014|
|Phoebe and Elmo need all their creative skills when looking after five excitable chickens while the tour guide dog Griff gets the tour bus out of the garage. Though the chicken Mrs. Featherbottom strays from the group causing Elmo and Phoebe to find her while keeping the chickens together before Griff gets back.|
|6||6||"The Veggietones"||Jack Jameson||Steve Cannon||11 October 2014|
|Funella hires a group of singing vegetables called the Veggietones to make the guests happy, but they cause chaos like waking up Harvey P. Dull, walking in on an alligator named Ms. Gator while she is bathing, and preventing the Tea Time Monsters from having Monster Tea Time. Now the Furchesters need a creative solution to keep them from annoying the guests.|
|7||7||"Toast with a Smile"||Jack Jameson||Andrew Jones|
|17 October 2014|
While Cookie Monster is outside waiting for a delivery of cookies bound to the dining room, Elmo must deliver a tray of toast to Harvey P. Dull. Along the way, Elmo must dodge the horses, hotel trolleys, bumps in the rug, and the Tea Time Monsters.Note: Furgus did not appear in this episode.
|8||8||"Isabel Gets the Ding-Ups"||Helen Scott||Howard Read||18 October 2014|
|While awaiting a visit from the Dinger who is her cousin, Isabel suffers from the Ding-Ups (a bell-monster's version of a hiccups) and the Furchesters need to stop them so she can welcome all the guests with a friendly ding.|
|9||9||"Mystery Weekend"||Jack Jameson||Luis Santeiro||24 October 2014|
The Furchester Hotel is holding a special "Mystery Weekend" which is complete with famous detectives; some of the known detectives include detective duo Ms. Marbles and Penguin Mason (a penguin detective) as well as a raccoon named Inspector Raccoon-seau. Phoebe and Elmo try to answer the question of who is taking everybody's shiny objects.Note: Sherlock Hemlock makes a brief cameo in the background during the episode.
|10||10||"Animal Talk"||Helen Scott||Ian Carney||25 October 2014|
|It is a catastrophe when Phoebe loses her voice due to Monster Mumblitis as she is the only Furchester who can talk to the animal guests. Now the other Furchesters must find a way to understand the animal languages until Phoebe gets her voice back.|
|11||11||"The Furchester Hoot-El"||Helen Scott||Michael Goldberg||31 October 2014|
Elmo and Phoebe are so determined to meet an owl named Mr. Screech that they try to stay awake by balancing, hugging, sitting on uncomfortable chairs, and eating cookies.Note: Mr. Screech is a recycled version of Athena the Owl from Panwapa.
|12||12||"Furchester TV"||Jack Jameson||Ian Carney||1 November 2014|
Due to the fact that none of the hotel rooms have televisions in them, Phoebe and Elmo create Furchester TV when a duck couple named Mr. and Mrs. Quackmore check in and say they cannot miss their favorite shows.
Note: Mr. Quackmore is a recycled version of the duck puppet that was used for Alfred Duck in Season 33 and Season 34 of Sesame Street, Duffy in Episode 3095, and Duck Clark in Episode 4089.Note 2: Harvey P. Dull did not appear in this episode.
|13||13||"Penguin Bobsleigh Team"||Jack Jameson||Michael Goldberg||7 November 2014|
|Phoebe and Elmo help two penguins named the Ice Flippers learn how to bobsleigh during the Birds on Ice Games, but their sled needs mending after a collision on the track with the Tea Time Monsters.|
|14||14||"The Sculpture"||Jack Jameson||Chris Chantler||8 November 2014|
|A cow sculptor named Henry Moo-re (who is a spoof of Henry Moore) is staying at the Furchester and has created a sculpture that is an abstract likeness of Funella as she wishes to keep it in the lobby for all to see. Henry Mo-re does not want anyone to touch the statue since it is fragile. Keeping the sculpture of Funella safe proves to be a difficult task when Cookie Monster, a giant squid named Mrs. Inkwell, and the Tea Time Monsters are in the hotel.|
|15||15||"The Caterpillar Catastrophe"||Helen Scott||Andrew Jones|
|14 November 2014|
|The Furchester family members must think like a caterpillar while searching the hotel when they think they have lost a guest named Mr. Squigglebottom at the time when another caterpillar named Ms. Scuttles comes to visit him.|
|16||16||"Furchester on Wheels"||Helen Scott||Davey Moore||15 November 2014|
|Funella overhears husband and wife tortoise guests Sheldon and Shelly say that the hotel service is slow, so she becomes determined to make it fast with the plan involving everyone wearing roller skates.|
|17||17||"Monster Monster Day"||Jack Jameson||Molly Boylan||19 December 2014|
On Monster Monster Day (a holiday that is part of the Christmas season), the Furchester Family decorate the Furchester Hotel as part of the season as Elmo looks forward to Monster Monster visiting as the story of Monster Monster states that he pays a visit to one hotel; when it appears that Monster Monster is a no show, Harvey P. Dull gets into the Monster Monster Day spirit by dressing up as Monster Monster to make Elmo happy until the real Monster Monster shows up.
Note #1: A special version of the theme song is made to show it snowing outside as part of the episode's theme.Note #2: The YouTube release features an added cold open with the Furchester family and Elmo wishing everyone a Merry Christmas.
|18||18||"Peckity Woodpecker"||Helen Scott||Kathy Waugh||3 January 2015|
|A woodpecker named Elwood checks into the hotel and is put into the Oak Room (a popular room for bird guests) where he ends up pecking holes causing the Furchesters to find other things for Elwood to peck. At the same time, the Furchesters are looking forward for their musical guests the Ding-a-Lings consisting of glockenspiel player Mr. Ding and violinist Ms. Ling where Mr. Ding's glockenspiel has arrived while Mr. Ding has not yet arrived. Both situations are solved with Elwood pecking the glockenspiel.|
|19||19||"Super Rock"||Jack Jameson||Simon Davies||9 January 2015|
|On a windy day, the rock superhero Super Rock arrives to help out the Furchester Hotel. Elmo becomes his assistant to help him out with various situations; when Super Rock's cape is accidentally ripped by the Monsters and loses his abilities, Elmo and Phoebe must find a way to have Super Rock be super again.|
|20||20||"Mr. Huggles Hibernates"||Helen Scott||Stuart Kenworthy||10 January 2015|
A bear named Mr. Huggles falls asleep in the lobby at the Furchester during his hibernation season. With no-one able to wake him, the staff struggle to find a way to get him upstairs to the Hibernation Suite.Note: Mr. Huggles is a recycled version of the bear puppet used for Flo Bear and Mama Bear from Sesame Street.
|21||21||"Ballroom Dance Weekend"||Jack Jameson||Luis Santeiro||16 January 2015|
|It is ballroom dance weekend, but the floor is so shiny that the dancers slip over. The Furchesters needs to find a way to keep the dancers' feet on the floor.|
|22||22||"Bebe Comes to Stay"||Helen Scott||Ian Carney||17 January 2015|
Cousin Bebe comes to stay, but Phoebe is jealous when she seems better at talking to the animals, helping out in the dining room, and stopping the Tea Time Monsters from running over the guests. Phoebe eventually comes to Bebe and Elmo's aid when Mr. Wolf is placed in the chicken suite by mistake since Bebe doesn't speak wolf language.Note: Mr. Wolf is a recycled version of the purple Big Bad Wolf puppet from Sesame Street.
|23||23||"Furgus and the New Plant"||Helen Scott||Ian Carney||23 January 2015|
|The monsters must find the perfect spot for a fussy potted plant named Mr. Evergroan who complains about everything including the noise, the smell of cookies, the curtains, and the elevator.|
|24||24||"Phoebe's Key"||Jack Jameson||Andrew Jones|
|24 January 2015|
While Funella and Furgus are away at Monster Bowling Night, Elmo learns that Phoebe's necklace contains a special key on it which opens every door in the Furchester Hotel; when Phoebe loses it following a mix-up caused by the Monsters knocking off Mrs. Jangles' jewelry, Elmo must help Phoebe find it so that she can get Harvey P. Dull back into his hotel room before his bathtub overflows, get Mrs. Jangles' bracelet out of the safe following her swim in the hotel's swimming pool, and open Cookie Monster's "Just in Case Cookie Cabinet" to get to the cookie inside.Note: This episode was posted on Sesame Street's YouTube Page a day before it aired on CBeebies.
|25||25||"The Lawnmower"||Helen Scott||Ian Carney||30 January 2015|
|A goat named Mr. Lawnmower checks into the Furchester Hotel and starts eating stuff that isn't food starting with the furniture. Meanwhile, Furgus tries to get rid of a vine that keeps growing following his trimming of Mrs. Fernbottom.|
|26||26||"Pony in Disguise"||Helen Scott||Katherine Jakeways||31 January 2015|
|When a tired pony named Mr. Carrot comes to the Furchester Hotel to take a rest when all the guests want to take a ride, the Furchester family works to come up with ways so that Mr. Carrot's rest can't be disturbed.|
|27||27||"Skunks Welcome"||Helen Scott||Belinda Ward||4 May 2015|
|The guests of the Furchester Hotel smell Mr. Smells-a-Lot the Skunk and want to check out. So Phoebe and Elmo have to stop the friendly skunk from spraying when he's surprised.|
|28||28||"Lift It, Shake It, Find It"||Helen Scott||Kathy Waughn||5 May 2015|
|A cow named Mrs. Moodle loses a precious hair curler; the Furchesters bring in two mice to search the hotel.|
|29||29||"Mooga Monster Tale"||Jack Jameson||Steve Cannon||6 May 2015|
|Ms. Taylor Penworth, the writer of the Mooga Monster books, checks in, she needs the Furchester and lots of noisy monsters help to write her new story.|
|30||30||"Noisy Night"||Jack Jameson||Kathy Waughn||7 May 2015|
|Two howling wolves keep all the guests awake. The Furchesters need to find a way to send them to sleep.|
|31||31||"Ant Checks In"||Helen Scott||Belinda Ward||8 May 2015|
|The Furchester Hotel can be a big and noisy place if you are a tiny, quiet ant like Mr. Albert Antoine. So Phoebe and Elmo need to find him the perfect room.|
|32||32||"The Woolly Sisters"||Jack Jameson||George Poles||11 May 2015|
|Furgus and Funella think there is one Ms. Woolly but there are more....they're identical sisters!|
|33||33||"Repetitive Welcoming Injury"||Helen Scott||Howard Reid and Chris Chantier||12 May 2015|
|It's a catastrophe when Funella's arms are stuck open wide and she can't welcome the guests. As Dr. Repeat diagnoses her condition as "Repetitive Welcoming Injury," the Furchesters need Funella to rest for a whole day while they work hard to welcome the guests in her place.|
|34||34||"Sit Still Elmo"||Jack Jameson||Emma Millions||13 May 2015|
|Elmo is having his portrait painted by monster artist Mr. Fuzzlebrush, but he just can't stop moving and needs the Furchesters to help him sit still.|
|35||35||"Stubborn as a Donkey"||Helen Scott||Belinda Ward||14 May 2015|
|When the automated luggage trolley breaks, Furgus replaces it with Trolley the Donkey. But she refuses to move and help the guests which causes some problems.|
|36||36||"Problem Parrot"||Jack Jameson||John Camm and Will Maclean||15 May 2015|
|Ms. Twitcher's parrot Monty copies every woof, meow, and monster noise! The Furchesters try to calm the chaos caused by this.|
|37||37||"Dinosaur in Room 223"||Jack Jameson||Steve Cannon||18 May 2015|
An Apatosaurus named Mr. Dinofeller surprises Elmo, then seems to disappear; the Furchesters go on a dino hunt to find their oldest biggest guest.Note: Mr. Dinofeller is a recycled version of Herb the Apatosaurus from Sesame Street.
|38||38||"Wake Up Call"||Jack Jameson||George Poles||19 May 2015|
|Funella has to remember to crow like Beaky the Rooster when Harvey P. Dull needs to wake up at 12:00 PM at the time when Beaky the Rooster is on his day off.|
|39||39||"The Blooming"||Helen Scott||Will Maclean and John Camm||20 May 2015|
Guests arrive to see Miss Flora the most beautiful flower; the Furchesters need to help this flower to bloom.Note: Betty Lou appears as one of the blooming attendees throughout the episode.
|40||40||"Ripe "N" Shine"||Jack Jameson||Will Maclean and John Camm||21 May 2015|
|Funella wants to make her first fruit guests Mr. Orange, Miss Grapes, and Mr. Pineapple happy in the Furchester Hotel's new Fruit-Ripening Lounge.|
|41||41||"Walking the Dog"||Helen Scott||Will Maclean and John Camm||22 May 2015|
|Furgus opens a dog-walking service at the Furchester Hotel. Unfortunately, Mr. Waggington's dog Otto would rather play chase than be walked.|
|42||42||"The Lost Jacket"||Helen Scott||Alexandra Owen||12 October 2015|
|Phoebe and Elmo help Jackie the Jacket find her owner Miss Pinkly while Furgus and Miss Pinkly look for Jackie!|
|43||43||"Monster Glue"||Helen Scott||Katherine Jakeways||13 October 2015|
|The Furchesters accidentally get stuck together upon being exposed to a traveling saleswoman's Monster Glue and need to find Monster Unstick to keep the hotel running.|
|44||44||"Nobody Has a Hat Like That"||Helen Scott||Steve Cannon||14 October 2015|
|Phoebe helps Elmo find a special hat. Meanwhile, Furgus and Funella search for Miss Tuftly's missing headwear.|
|45||45||"Hotel Helper"||Helen Scott||Steve Cannon||15 October 2015|
|Funella hires an enthusiastic Bobby Bunny to help Furgus with his work, but Bobby starts to take over the hotel!|
|46||46||"Mr. Dull's Chair Repair"||Jack Jameson||Stuart Kenworthy||16 October 2015|
|When Harvey P. Dull's chair breaks, the Furchesters have to keep him entertained while it's being repaired by a specialist.|
|47||47||"Buried Treasure"||Helen Scott||Michael Goldberg||19 October 2015|
|A pirate named Captain Metimbers takes Phoebe and Elmo on a treasure hunt. They follow clues written on hidden scrolls.|
|48||48||"Eggsitting"||Helen Scott||Andrew Jones and Ciaran Murtagh||20 October 2015|
|The Furchesters have to keep an egg safe in the lobby for Mr. and Mrs. Birdie when the ceiling starts to fall down.|
|49||49||"Phoebe's Monster Doll"||Helen Scott||Emma Millions||21 October 2015|
|Elmo accidentally gives Phoebe's favourite monster doll Bumpfy to a guest. They decide to get it back, but the guest is a sleeping tiger named Mr. Clawford.|
|50||50||"Lobby Race"||Helen Scott||Andrew Jones and Ciaran Murtagh||22 October 2015|
Elmo faces up to Charlton the Champion in the lobby obstacle race. Phoebe shows him how to run the course, they go through the different challenges like the "Tower of Towels," the "Pillow Pluck," and the "Short Order Scramble."Note: During Charlton the Champion's dining room encounter with Cookie Monster during the "Short Order Scramble," Cookie Monster is briefly performed by Andy Heath while David Rudman performs him in the rest of his scenes.
|51||51||"Hotel Inspector"||Jack Jameson||Christine Ferraro||23 October 2015|
|The Furchesters have to solve a lot of problems on the day a hotel inspector visits. Can they distract him from the chaos?|
|52||52||"The Lamb Stampers"||Jack Jameson||Michael Goldberg||26 March 2016|
|When two of the three dancing sheep called the Lamb Stampers are unwell, Phoebe and Elmo step in to learn the steps!|
Season 2 (2016–17)
|Title||Director||Writer||Original air date|
|53||1||"A Big Bird Surprise"||Richard Bradley||Christine Ferraro||31 October 2016|
|Big Bird shows up at the Furchester Hotel to visit Elmo after Phoebe and Cookie Monster arrange for him to arrive. As Harvey P. Dull's feather allergies act up, the Furchesters work to find a suitable place for Big Bird to bunk in as most of the known areas are too small for him.|
|54||2||"The Hotel Robot"||Simon Gibney||Molly Boylan||1 November 2016|
The Furchesters afford a helper robot called Dot Bot; when it malfunctions, the Furchesters must catch Dot Bot before it causes havoc enough to bother the guests.Note: Dot Bot is a recycled version of the robot used for Rico in some episodes of Sesame Street and Memorybot in The Best of Elmo 2.
|55||3||"Gonger's Gong's Gone"||Simon Gibney||Steve Cannon||2 November 2016|
|When two penguin guests named Mr. and Mrs. Twotone borrow Gonger's gong to use as a sledge, the Furchesters must find another gong so that Gonger can alert the Tea Time Monsters when it is Monster Tea Time.|
|56||4||"Chick Swagger"||Simon Gibney||Barry Quinn||3 November 2016|
|A world famous rock and roll rooster named Chick Swagger (who is a spoof of Mick Jagger) is coming to the Furchester Hotel to perform his new song "The Tail Feather Shake." When Chick Swagger is running late, the Furchesters must work to keep his chicken fans distracted while they await his arrival.|
|57||5||"Bunk Bed Blues"||Richard Bradley||Kathy Waugh||4 November 2016|
|Phoebe has become annoyed that Elmo won't take a turn sleeping in the top bunk of their bunk bed. In order to figure out why Phoebe is acting this way, Elmo turns to Funella, Furgus, and Cookie Monster for help.|
|58||6||"The Furgulator"||Simon Gibney||Ian Carney||7 November 2016|
|When the Furchesters have been busy handling the guests and get exhausted, Furgus invents the Furgulator which is an automated moving tracks that anyone to anywhere in the Furchester Hotel.|
|59||7||"Cheer Up Cheerleaders"||Richard Bradley||Tony Reed||8 November 2016|
|A trio of cheery cheerleaders arrive at the Furchester Hotel where their cheering prevents Mr. and Mrs. Flapalot into getting into their rooms, Gonger from banging his gong, the Tea Time Monsters from getting to their tea, and even caused Cookie Monster to drop his cookie. Funella and Furgus work to keep the cheerleaders in line; as a former cheerleading champion, Harvey P. Dull trains Elmo and Phoebe into being cheerleaders at the time of the cheerleaders' antics.|
|60||8||"Cookie Confusion"||Simon Gibney and Tom Cousins||Andrew Jones and Ciaran Murtagh||9 November 2016|
Cookies mysteriously start to disappear around the hotel and framed Cookie Monster, it is up to the Furchesters to find who is eating them all. Isabel was the only witness to the action where she mistakes Cookie Monster's British cousin Biscuit Monster as Cookie Monster.Note: The Cowabunga Cookie Shark from episode 4632 is among the guests that the Furchesters match Isabel's description of.
|61||9||"A Very Dull Birthday"||Simon Gibney||Julia Kent||10 November 2016|
|It's Harvey P. Dull's birthday as the Furchester's plan a surprise birthday for him; as Harvey never had a birthday party before, the Furchesters work to give him one with comical results.|
|62||10||"The Veggietones and the Lost Voice"||Simon Gibney||Steve Cannon||11 November 2016|
|The Veggietones return for another performance at the Furchester Hotel. Unfortunately, the carrot member has lost her voice during the performance; the Furchesters work to find someone to cover for the carrot.|
|63||11||"Space Alien Party"||Simon Gibney||Luis Santeiro||14 November 2016|
|The Furchester Family hold a Space Alien Party. When Elmo and Phoebe wish for some aliens to attend, two Yip Yips appear upon landing in the Furchester Hotel's garden where they mistake the guests as actual aliens.|
|64||12||"A Very Precious Cat"||Simon Gibney||Ian Carney||15 November 2016|
|A cat named Precious checks into the Furchester Hotel and soon has the Furchester family doing absolutely everything for her. Unfortunately, this means they can't look after all the other guests; the Furchester family need to find a way to keep all their guests and Precious happy.|
|65||13||"The Count's Vacation"||Mark Saltzman||Richard Bradley||16 November 2016|
|Count von Count and the Countess arrive at the Furchester, but Countess wants her husband to have a break from counting which is hard for Count von Count to do.|
|66||14||"Power Cut"||Simon Gibney||Ciaran Murtagh and Andrew Jones||17 November 2016|
The Furchester has a very special pop star named Miss Baa-Baa singing at the hotel; when the power goes out during the show, no-one can see anything and the Furchesters have to think of ways to get the lights working so that the show can go on. At the same time, Funella checks in a family of fireflies called the Glowmings.Note: Miss Baa-Baa is a recycled version of Ovejita from Sesame Street. The Glowmings are a recycled version of the Pesties from The Adventures of Elmo in Grouchland.
|67||15||"No Guests"||Richard Bradley||Rob Jenkinson||18 November 2016|
|The Tea Time Monsters leave the Furchester Hotel to go to a tea party at another hotel and that there won't be any guests for the next few days. For the first time ever, the Furchester Hotel has no guests which makes Funella very sad indeed. Phoebe, Elmo and Furgus need to find a way to make Funella happy again.|
|68||16||"A Furchester Christmas"||Richard Bradley||Belinda Ward||15 December 2016|
It's Christmas Eve at the Furchester Hotel as Big Bird and Count von Count work to help the Furchester family get through the holiday even when they were unable to tell Santa Claus that they are away from Sesame Street.Note: This episode is a special double-length one.
|69||17||"Harvey Gets a Song Stuck"||Julian Kemp||Howard Read and Chris Chantler||6 February 2017|
|Funella is writing a song to welcome the hotel guests. It is so catchy that it gets stuck in Harvey P. Dull's head and gets on his nerves. Now the Furchesters must find a way to get the song out of his head.|
|70||18||"Furcut Day"||Simon Gibny||Isabel Fay||7 February 2017|
|Elmo gets to push the luggage trolley all by himself. But his fur is so long that it covers his eyes and he can't see. Elmo needs a furcut. A visiting expert barber named Vidal Raccoon starts giving people haircuts as Elmo avoids him since the haircuts he gave everyone makes them look different to Elmo.|
|71||19||"The Knights of the Furchester"||Julian Kemp||Ian Carney||8 February 2017|
|A Knight of the Triangular Table named Sir Gary checks into the Furchester Hotel because he's heard there are many problems there and wants to help. What he doesn't know is that most of the problems are minor ones.|
|72||20||"The Magician's Assistant"||Richard Bradley||Andy Potter and Tony Reed||9 February 2017|
|The Furchesters meet an avian magician named the Great Featherini. But Featherini's assistant Arthur wants to be a great magician too.|
|73||21||"The Furchester Talent Show"||Simon Gibney||Ron Holsey||10 February 2017|
|All the hotel guests and the Furchester family take part in the Furchester Talent Show except for Harvey P. Dull who claims he doesn't have any talents.|
|74||22||"The Furchester Family Dinner"||Richard Bradley||Michael J. Goldberg||13 February 2017|
|It's time for the Furchester family dinner. When Harvey P. Dull states that there won't be anyone to watch the front desk if they are having dinner, Funella teaches him how to run the front desk as a way to cover for the Furchester family.|
|75||23||"The Night Manager"||Julian Kemp||Steve Cannon||14 February 2017|
|Funella works as the night manager for the first time ever when the usual night manager has stubbed his big toe and can't come to work. She is so eager to help the guests that she keeps waking them all up. Meanwhile, Elmo and Phoebe meet some of the nocturnal guests at the hotel.|
|76||24||"Ups and Downs"||Simon Gibney||Andrew Emerson||15 February 2017|
Two very excitable rabbits named Mr. and Mrs. Warren check into the hotel; the rabbits love to hop up and down, so they want to stay in the lift instead of a room. At the same time, the Furchester family is holding a rooftop concert where John Lemmon is performing.Note: John Lemmon is a recycled version of the lemon used for Liz Lemon in the parody 30 Rocks in Episode 4168 of Sesame Street.
|77||25||"The Lucky Horseshoe"||Richard Bradley||George Poles||16 February 2017|
|At the Furchester Horse Jumping Tournament, Phoebe and Elmo meet a horse named Gidyup who can do amazing jumps because he has a lucky horseshoe. When a scuffle with the Tea Time Monsters sends the horseshoe into the rift, Gidyup can't perform without it. Now the Furchester Family must find a substitute item for Gidyup before the Furchester Horse Jumping Tournament begins.|
|78||26||"Olivia the Octopus"||Julian Kemp||Adam Redfern||17 February 2017|
|A very friendly octopus named Olivia checks into the Furchester Hotel, but cannot help knocking things and people over with her arms.|
|79||27||"Furball"||Simon Gibney||Belinda Ward and Stuart Kenworthy||20 February 2017|
|The Furball, a bouncing furry monster ball, arrives at the hotel. Everyone looks forward to a game of Furball until the Furball goes missing.|
|80||28||"The Babysitting Service"||Richard Bradley||Michael J. Goldberg||21 February 2017|
The Furchester family is looking after a baby monster called Adrianna and everyone has a suggestion for how to get her to fall asleep.Note: Adrianna is a recycled version of Lena from Sesamstrasse.
|81||29||"The Very Snowy Suite"||Simon Gibney||Gabe Pulliam||22 February 2017|
|A family of snowballs come to stay in the Very Snowy Suite. Unfortunately, the Very Snowy Suite is not very snowy at all and the Snowballs start to melt.|
|82||30||"Changing Rooms"||Julian Kemp||Phillip Davies||23 February 2017|
|Funella decides Harvey P. Dull's room is too dull and needs a makeover. How can Harvey tell her that he likes his room just the way it is?|
|83||31||"The Furchester Cooking Competition"||Simon Gibney||Michael J. Goldberg||24 February 2017|
|Phoebe enters the Furchester Cooking Competition, but can't concentrate because Gonger and Cookie Monster are too noisy.|
|84||32||"Give a Dog a Bone"||Richard Bradley||Isabel Fay||3 April 2017|
|One of the hotel's dog guests named Digby loves his toy bone. It's blue, squeaky and smells of cheese, but Digby can't find the bone anywhere.|
|85||33||"Great Grandmama"||Julian Kemp||Julian Kent||4 April 2017|
|Funella's Grandmama, who founded the Furchester Hotel, comes to visit and is unhappy that it's not as monstery as it used to be in her day. Her ways to make the Furchester Hotel monstery again frightens the guests enough for them to check out.|
|86||34||"Monkey Business"||Howard Read||Chris Chantler||5 April 2017|
|A monkey named Mr. Ook Eek checks into the hotel, so the Furchesters hang vines around the hotel and put bananas on the menu to make him feel at home. Though he isn't comfortable with the same monkey routine.|
|87||35||"Monster Pox"||Julian Kemp||Ciarian Murtagh and Andrew Jones||6 April 2017|
After Funella checks in Mr. Cuddles, the Furchester family and Cookie Monster catch Monster Pox, a funny illness only monsters get. Harvey P. Dull has to look after them and run the hotel by himself; as the outbreak occurs, Furgus works to find the cure for Monster Pox in order to cure every infected monster.Note: Mr. Cuddles is a recycled version of Azibo the Monster from Panwapa.
|88||36||"The Furchester Fashion Show"||Richard Bradley||Rob Jenkinson||7 April 2017|
|The Furchester Fashion Show is occurring as Elmo and Phoebe check on the clothes that will be presented on the catwalk. When two dirty socks won't get cleaned, Elmo and Phoebe must persuade them into considering how getting clean is fun.|
|89||37||"The 1,000th Guest"||Julian Kemp||Andy Potter||10 April 2017|
The Furchesters have 1,000 cookies ready for the 1,000th guest to claim as a present; the guest arrives....except it's Harvey P Dull. Cookie Monster then has an idea and disappears. A moment later, a very suspicious-looking guest arrives....it's Cookie Monster dressed up! As the Furchesters try to stop Cookie Monster eating the cookies, the real 1,000th guest arrives only there are two of them....a chicken and an egg. Which came first?Note: This episode aired alongside Julia's debut episode of Sesame Street.
|90||38||"Carla Chameleon"||Julian Kemp||Christine Ferraro||11 April 2017|
|Isabel dings to say a guest is ready to check in, but the Furchesters can't see anyone there. That is until Carla the Chameleon un-camouflages herself. Carla is very quiet and sometimes she can't help but camouflage herself so that people can't see her. Phoebe and Elmo take her up to the Camouflage Suite and Carla is soon blending into her surroundings, but when Furgus comes to bring Carla her towels, he can't see her or hear her and thinks that no-one is in the room. It's a bit of a problem.|
|91||39||"The Faboulous Feathers"||Julian Kemp||Tony Reed and Rob Jenkinson||12 April 2017|
Mr. Flash, a fabulous peacock with even more fabulous feathers, enters the hotel with total pizzazz. Everyone is in awe of Mr. Flash's feathers, but when Funella goes to welcome him with furry arms, Mr. Flash tells her that he doesn't want his feathers ruffled. Everyone can look, but not touch. Phoebe and Elmo are about to take him up to his room, the Glam Suite when Funella announces that the Furchester Garden Games are about to start. Mr. Flash decides that he'd like to play too.Note: Mr. Flash is a recycled version of Ming from Episode 4057 of Sesame Street.
|92||40||"Gonger Goes"||Julian Kemp||Kathy Waughn||13 April 2017|
|Gonger makes breakfast for everyone, but the fussy Furchesters aren't happy. Later on, the Furchesters are having a BBQ with their guests. Everyone is really enjoying their food, but Funella thanks Furgus rather than Gonger. Back inside, Harvey P. Dull is unhappy there is a crumb on his tray of tea and biscuits. Gonger is fed up and announces he is leaving the hotel.|
|93||41||"The Leaky Room"||Julian Kemp||George Poles||14 April 2017|
|Funella welcomes a group of fish called the Swimalots to the Furchester Hotel. When Funella gets their aquarium to take them to the aquarium suite, Furgus accidentally drops it causing some water to drip down into Harvey P. Dull's room where the flooding causes him problems.|
|94||42||"The Fairy Tale Festival"||Richard Bradley||Ciaran Murtagh and Andrew Jones||24 July 2017|
|The Furchester family is dressed in fairy tale costumes because it's the Furchester Fairytale Festival! Immediately loads of fairy tale characters start to arrive. First are the Three Little Pigs, then Goldilocks, and then Little Boy Blue. Elmo can't believe that all his fairy tale heroes are there and there's going to be a grand ball that night! Just then, the Big Bad Wolf arrives at the hotel and all the fairy tale characters get very worried, as he's already huffing and puffing!|
|95||43||"The Munching Moths"||Julian Kemp||Ron Holsey||25 July 2017|
|The front desk at the Furchester is covered in wool. Funella announces that she is going to knit everyone a jumper! Just then Furgus arrives with a new Moth guest named Mr. Munch and his baby moth larvae. Straight away, the larvae start to eat at the wool on the desk. Mr. Munch tells his babies to stop eating the wool and that it is not theirs. A bit later on, another guest comes down into the lobby from the lift and says that her blanket is full of holes. Harvey P. Dull says that his jacket is full of holes too and so is Furgus's neck tie! Phoebe says that something odd is going on and goes to try and find out what is causing the holes.|
|96||44||"The Wedding Cake Caper"||Julian Kemp||Steve Cannon||26 July 2017|
Wedding bells are ringing at the Furchester Hotel. In the garden, the wedding between an Owl and a Cat has taken place and now it's cake time! Furgus and Phoebe go to get the cake. In the meantime, Funella decides to sing a special song that she's written for the occasion. Furgus and Phoebe walk through to the dining room where there is a huge cake waiting for them, but that's not all. Gonger shouts that there's another piece to go on top. It's the biggest, most beautiful cake ever. However, it's so big that they have problems getting it through to the garden!Note: The Owl Groom is a recycled version of Hoots the Owl from Sesame Street.
|97||45||"Saved by a Bell"||Julian Kemp||Tony Reed||27 July 2017|
|Elmo is practicing riding his bike in the hotel garden. Unfortunately, Harvey P. Dull walks in front of him and Elmo bumps into him. Harvey asks Elmo why he didn't ring his bell and Elmo admits that he doesn't have a bell. Meanwhile, Furgus is very excited. He's managed to buy the very latest in hotel bell technology, the Ding Dong 7.1. Isabel is not happy as she is the hotel bell. After the bell is delivered, Funella wants to know what it's going to be used for. So Furgus looks for somewhere for it to go.|
|98||46||"The Woof Woof Games"||Richard Bradley||Molly Boylan||28 July 2017|
The Furchesters are getting ready for the Woof Woof Games, where three special dogs have to take on three dog challenges; as they are getting ready, Jasper, the winner from last year, arrives with his excitable son Sparky. Jasper and the other dogs line up to start the games, but when the announcer shouts 'go', a sleeping cat wakes up and darts into Jasper and he hurts his paw.Jasper has to go to the Doggy Hospital, but as he leaves he says that he wants Sparky to take his place. It is down to Phoebe and Elmo to teach Sparky how to stay focused and remember what he is supposed to do for each event, but it is not so easy because Sparky is just so excitable.
|99||47||"The Fish in the Cape"||Julian Kemp||Ian Carney||31 July 2017|
Mr. Vincent, a very kind guest, arrives at the Furchester Hotel. He's a sfish who wears a very big cape, but soon the cape starts to cause problems like knocking things over and getting stuck in the doors, but Mr. Vincent seems scared to take it off. Soon it becomes apparent why he wears the cape. Mr. Vincent is a shark!Note: Mr. Vincent is a recycled version of The Cowabunga Cookie Shark from Episode 4632 on Sesame Street and Episode 60: Cookie Confusion.
|100||48||"Hide and Seek"||Richard Bradley||Howard Reed and Chris Chantler||1 August 2017|
|Elmo is practicing for the world hide-and-seek championships, to be held at the hotel. Just then Seeky Suki, the world's best seeker, arrives at the hotel and starts to demonstrate how good she is at finding people. Elmo becomes sad because he really wants to win, but doesn't think he will, but Furgus tells him that when they put their furry heads together they can solve any problem.|
|101||49||"Claudia the Crab"||Julian Kemp||Gabe Pulliam||2 August 2017|
|Claudia the Crab visits the Furchester Hotel, but when Funella goes to welcome her with furry arms, Claudia accidentally pinches her. Then Elmo goes to give her her key and she accidentally pinches him too. Phoebe has an idea and gets Funella to knit some mittens for Claudia, but then Claudia can't pick up her food. There has to be something else they can do to stop Claudia pinching.|
|102||50||"Music Mayhem"||Julian Kemp||Andrew Emerson||3 August 2017|
Funella has a very exciting idea for the hotel, Musical Monster Mealtimes! She has booked some instruments to play music in the dining room whilst the guests eat, they are Vi & Beau, a violin and bow, and Clara, a jazzy clarinet. Elmo and Phoebe really want to play for the diners too, but Funella tells them they have to practice first. Unfortunately the instruments aren't used to playing with each other and play completely different tunes, it sounds awful. Elmo and Phoebe have to show them how to play nicely together.Note: Vi and Beau is a recycled version of a Violin and a Bow from Elmo's World, Episode 4151 on Sesame Street and a Fiddle from Kids' Favorite Country Songs. Also, Clara is a recycled version of a Clarinet from Elmo's World.
|103||51||"A Pumpkin's Halloween"||Richard Bradley||Christine Ferrao||28 October 2017|
It's Halloween at the Furchester Hotel and the hotel pumpkin is in his rightful place on the front desk, ready to great all the trick or treaters with his cheery "Happy Halloween!" Elmo and Phoebe are going trick or treating around the hotel dressed as a two-headed monster. Elmo is excited because he has never been trick or treating in a hotel before, he asks if the pumpkin has but the pumpkin says he's never been trick or treating anywhere before. Phoebe has an idea: the pumpkin should go trick or treating with them, but someone will have to take over the pumpkin's role at the front desk.Note: This is the final episode.
In the USA, the show is on YouTube, Sesame Street Go, iTunes, and as of 26 September 2016, on Sprout. In Australia, the show was airing in 13 April 2015 at 7:30 am on ABC Kids. In South Africa, Poland and Australia, the show was airing on CBeebies. In the USA, Australia, Mexico, Brazil and more countries, the show is on Netflix. In Canada, the show is on CBC Kids on 23 December 2017. In Ireland, the show was dubbed into Irish language called "Óstán Furchester" on Cúla 4 in 6 June 2018, and also on Tiny Pop in the UK the same year. Later in 2019, the show is airing on OSN Kid Zone TV in the Middle East.
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