"A Galactic Goodnight" is the 25th episode of Little Einsteins.
The intro plays and then after that, a sign saying "A Galactic Goodnight" all in caps falls from the ceiling and Annie pops out from behind the curtains, saying the name of the episode's title. The other kids, Leo, June, and Quincy pop out from the sides, showing the music and art.
The team is having a sleepover in the Rocket Room and they show their own methods on how to fall asleep. Leo turns on his baton nightlight, June spins around, Quincy hugs a blanket with instruments on it, and Annie sings herself a song.
They all fall asleep but then they suddenly hear something and notice that Rocket is unable to fall asleep. Even their own attempts to make him sleep don't work, so the team must go to outer space and count the planets to help Rocket fall sleep. Annie makes up a song about counting the planets. After they count the planets, Rocket finally falls asleep and the team flies him very quietly back to the Rocket Room.
- The Scream by Edvard Munch
- "Für Elise" by Ludwig van Beethoven
- This episode was aired just one week before Pluto was reconsidered as a dwarf planet.
- This and The Christmas Wish are so far the only episodes to have piano solo music, despite Humoresque No. 7 (featured in Melody the Music Pet and Rocket Soup) actually played by an orchestra.
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