"The Song of the Unicorn" is the 31st episode of the second season of the Little Einsteins.
The team is telling a story about a unicorn who is a great conductor. None of the animals know how to sing together, so the unicorn waves his horn as a baton at the animals to make them sing together, and they all do. But then a mean queen, who is envious of the unicorn, casts a spell on him, transforming him into a stone statue. The only way to break the spell is to make all the animals sing together, so it is up to Leo and the team to save the unicorn before the last leaf from the tree falls or he'll permanently be stuck as a statue forever.
After the spell is broken the unicorn is free, Leo and his friends are happy to see the unicorn is freed from the spell.
Until the mean queen appeared casts a spell, and then Rocket holding a mirror the spell and she ends up trapped in bubble, the unicorn approached the mean queen. The mean queen says sorry to the unicorn for turning into a statue in the first place, In the end the mean queen become a nice queen.
- The Lady with the Unicorn and other Medieval Tapestries
- 1812 Overture by Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky
- The Little Einsteins have entered the Château de Chambord in Chambord, France to see Medieval Tapestries. For instance; in Season 1, they read a Bayeux Tapestry about a Good Knight and a Bad Knight in Rocket's Room.
- Leo has a favorite tapestry story about a magical unicorn, who's using its horn to conduct music, just like Leo uses his baton.
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