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Bitsy Needs A Nightmare Remedy In Central Park Season 3 [EXCLUSIVE CLIP]

Screen Rant is overjoyed to present an exclusive clip from Central Park season 3, episode 7, which is titled “Slumber-Dog-Molly-An-Aire.” The animated comedy series from Apple TV+ has won hearts everywhere thanks to its show-stopping musical numbers and co-creator Loren Bouchard’s animated style, reminiscent of his other series Bob’s Burgers. Nora Smith and Josh Gad are the other two creators of the series, with Gad pulling double duty as Birdie, a busker at the park who narrates the series.

Central Park season 3 has not only brought even more catchy songs, but it has also taken a less plot-driven approach that allows for further exploration of the show’s beloved characters. It has also welcomed an old friend as a new face, with Kristen Bell returning to portray Paige’s (Kathryn Hahn) sister Abby. While Abby has moved to New York City in hopes of pursuing her dreams of acting, she currently works at the Brandenham Hotel. As for the hotel’s owner, Bitsy (Stanley Tucci) continues scheming to buy the park, much to the other characters’ chagrin.

Bitsy continues encroaching on the personal time of her employees in Screen Rant‘s exclusive clip from this week’s episode, which you can view above. After waking from a nightmare, her screams bring her beleaguered assistant Helen (voiced by Daveed Diggs) into her room. Seeing that her employer has failed to calm her nerves with Shampagne’s stinky breath, Helen gets Abby to fetch Bitsy some tequia with a dash of chamomile. Unfortunately, it seems nothing short of literally moving the bed will help her escape the bad dreams.

What To Expect In Central Park Season 3, Episode 7

Elsewhere in the world of Central Park, Molly (Emmy Raver-Lampman) decides to host her first teenage slumber party, causing a rift to form between her and her mother Paige. Perhaps father Owen (Leslie Odom Jr.) and brother Cole (Titus Burgess) can help calm tensions and restore peace, preferably with a song or two. “Slumber-Dog-Molly-An-Aire” is also set to further explore the trials and tribulations of Abby’s new job at Brandenham Hotel. Based on the clip above, being valued by Bitsy is about as bad as being distrusted by her.

Central Park boasts an incredible cast of Broadway performers and seasoned voice actors, all of whom may have a bit to play or line to sing in the upcoming episode. Rounding out the renowned cast are the talented guest stars for season 3, which include Sam Richardson, Ike Barinholtz, Ben Schwartz, Zoë Chao. Ron Funches, Jack McBrayer, Amber Ruffin, Yvette Nicole Brown, Craig Robinson, Tim Meadows, David Alan Grier, and more. By the end of the season, the series will have added 40 incredible new songs to its discography.

Central Park season 3, episode 7 premieres Friday, October 7 on Apple TV+.

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