Elmo’s Furry Red Monster Parade | Sesame Street Full Episode

Elmo’s Furry Red Monster Parade | Sesame Street Full Episode

August 11, 2019 100 By William Morgan


(cheerful music) ♪ Sunny day ♪ (Big Bird laughs) ♪ Sweepin’ the clouds away ♪ – Ah ha! ♪ On my way to where the ♪ – Hello Dorothy.
♪ Air is sweet ♪ (laughing) ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ – Ah ha! (Cookie Monster grumbles) ♪ Come and play ♪
(laughing) ♪ Everything’s a-okay ♪ ♪ Friendly neighbors ♪ – Oops!
♪ There ♪ ♪ That’s where we ♪ – Huh? ♪ Meet ♪ – Ha, ha! ♪ Can you tell me ♪ – Ha!
♪ How to get ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ – Look, it’s Super Grover! ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ How to get to ♪ – Whoa!
♪ Sesame Street ♪ (Grover groaning) – Uh. Ah. (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ – Hey Elmo, what’s goin’ on? ♪ Wah wah wah do do ♪ – Elmo?
♪ Do do do ♪ – Elmo? – Oh, hi Alan.
– Hey. – Oh, this is for the big parade today. – Oh!
– Yay! (laughs) – We’re having a parade? – Oh yes, it’s the. ♪ Little Furry Red Monster Parade ♪ (laughs) – The Little Furry Red Monster Parade. – Yes Alan, little furry
red monsters from all over are going to get together
and march in the parade. And Elmo has a great
marching song for the parade. Wanna hear it, Alan? – Sure. – Okay. (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ ♪ Hooray, hooray ♪ ♪ It’s the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ (laughs) – [Alan] All right. – What do you think, Alan? – Oh, I think it’s wonderful. – Oh good! – But are you sure that there are enough little furry red monsters
to join your parade? (laughing) – Sure, Allen. Elmo surely is sure. Oh, lots of little red furry monsters will come to march in Elmo’s parade. You’ll see. See ya later. – All right. (drum beating) – Sounds like fun. (laughs) – Hear ye, hear ye, hear ye, hear ye. All you little furry red monsters. It’s time to start the Little
Furry Red Monster Parade. All you little furry
red monsters out there can march with Elmo too! Oh, boy. Hello! Little furry red monsters! Time to start the parade! Well, no other little
furry red monsters yet. Well, guess Elmo will
have to start the parade all by Elmo’s little
furry red monster self. You know what they say. Start the parade, and the little furry
red monsters will come. (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ ♪ Hooray, hooray ♪ ♪ It’s the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ (laughing) – Hey, hey, what ya doing, Elmo? – Oh, hi Zoe. – Hi. – Elmo’s marching in the
Little Fury Red Monster Parade. – Oh boy, I love parades. Hey, could I march in your parade too? – Of course, Zoe. Well, that would be great. It’s not much fun marching in
a parade all by Elmo’s self. – Oh great, thanks Elmo. – Okay, yeah, first Zoe, the first thing Elmo has to teach you– – Yeah. – Is the parade marching song. – Okay. – Okay, here it is. (drums beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ ♪ Hooray, hooray ♪ ♪ It’s the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ – All right, yeah,
yeah, it’s not too hard. I think I can do that. ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry
Red Monster Parade ♪ (laughing) – Uh, oh, wait a minute. – What? – But the song says the Little
Furry Red Monster Parade. – Yeah, yeah, so? – Well, Zoe is little
and furry and a monster. – Yup. – But Zoe isn’t red. Zoe is orange. (Zoe gasps) See? – Oh, oh yeah, yeah, you’re right. – Yeah. – Oh boy. I guess I don’t belong in your parade. I really wanted to march
in your parade, Elmo. Well, maybe I can just
stand sadly on the side and watch as the parade marches by. – Oh no, Elmo would be very sad, very, very sad marching in the parade without his friend Zoe. (Elmo sighs) (bell dings) Hey wait a minute, Elmo has an idea. – Oh, what? – Well, all Elmo has to
do is change the song. Listen. – Okay.
(drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry Red
and Orange Monster Parade ♪ – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, that’s great. – Yeah.
– With that new song, I can march in the parade too. – Yeah.
– You are so smart. (laughing) – So, let’s start the parade already! (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry Red
and Orange Monster Parade ♪ ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry Read
and Orange Monster Parade ♪ – Hey guys, what are ya doing? – Oh hi, Telly. Telly, you’re just in time to march with Elmo and
Zoe in the big parade. – Yeah.
– Oh great! Great, I love parades. – Oh, but, but Telly,
Telly, you’ll have to learn the parade marching song. – Okay, no problemo. – Okay.
– How does it go? – Like this, Telly. (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little Furry Red
and Orange Monster Parade ♪ (laughs) – Uh, uh oh. – What? – Uh oh?
– Oh yeah! But the song says it’s the Little Furry Red
and Orange Monster Parade. – Oh! – Yeah, Telly, see, you’re
furry and you’re a monster– – Yeah, yeah. – But you’re not red
and you’re not orange– – Not orange. – And you’re not even that little. – Right, ah, I knew it
was too good be to true. – No, no, no, Elmo’s not having any parade without Elmo’s friend Telly. Elmo changed the song before,
Elmo can change it again. – But how? How could you ever change
such a perfect song? – Well, let’s see, um. Elmo guess it’ll have
to be, oh, here it goes! Little and Big Furry Red and Orange and Purple Monster Parade! – Yeah, yeah, good, that’ll work! – Let’s parade! (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little and Big
Furry Red and Orange ♪ ♪ And Purple Monster Parade ♪ – Wow, this is a great parade! – Hey, hey, hey, hey guys, hi. Well, what’s goin’ on? – Hi, Baby Bear. – Oh, we’re having a parade, Baby Bear. – A parade! – Yeah! – Well, can I join this parade? – Of course! – [Telly] Oh! – Uh oh! – Oh yeah.
– What? What, what, what uh oh? – Oh, well Baby Bear,
this is the Little and Big Furry Red and Orange and
Purple Monster Parade. – Yeah, you’re not red
or orange or purple. You’re brown. – And you’re not even a monster. You’re a bear. – Hm, oh, oh I see. So, I guess I, I’m not
wanted in this parade, huh? – Not wanted? – Of course you’re wanted! – Yeah!
– Yeah, you’re just fine. It’s the song that’s the problem. – Yeah, Elmo just has to change
the song again, Baby Bear. – Yeah, yeah, we can do that. – Yeah, yeah, yeah, okay.
– Okay. Ah, let’s see. – It needs a bear, he’s a bear. – Let’s see, now, let’s see. – [Telly] And he’s brown. – Let’s see, Elmo’s
thinking, Elmo’s thinking. Oh yeah, Elmo’s got it! The song has to go like this now. (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little and Big Furry ♪ ♪ Red and Orange and Purple and Brown ♪ ♪ Monster and Bear Parade ♪ Whew! – Gee, this song’s gettin’ kinda long. – Hmm.
– Oh well. Everybody ready? – Well then, let’s parade! (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little and Big Furry ♪ ♪ And Red and Orange
and Purple and Brown ♪ ♪ Monster and Bear Parade ♪ (all laughing) – Wow, a parade! I love parades, may I join? I wanna parade. (laughs) – Oh well.
– Oh. – We uh, uh yeah, sure! As soon as Elmo changes the song again– – Yeah.
– Elmo. – Okay, okay, let’s see,
um, feathers, yellow, big. – Uh, what’s going on? – Don’t worry Big Bird,
Elmo knows what he’s doing. – Oh, oh, got it, got it, got it! Here’s the new marching song! (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little and Big ♪ ♪ Furry and Feathery ♪ ♪ Red and Orange and Purple
and Brown and Yellow ♪ ♪ Monster and Bear and Bird Parade ♪ – Huh.
– Boy. – Wow, that’s a wee little mouthful. – Well, is there anybody else? You sure, that’s it? Elmo doesn’t have to
change the song again? Okay then, let’s parade! (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little and Big ♪ ♪ Furry and Feathery ♪ ♪ Red and Orange and Purple
and Brown and Yellow ♪ ♪ Monster and Bear and Bird Parade ♪ ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Little and Big ♪ ♪ Furry and Feathery ♪ ♪ Red and Orange and Purple
and Brown and Yellow ♪ ♪ Monster and Bear and Bird Parade ♪ (all laughing) – We did it! – This is a great parade! Aw, I’m lovin’ it. – Wow, that was great! – Oh, I love a parade. – Oh, I wanna be in a parade too! – (gasps) Did somebody say parade? Ooh, ooh, ooh, may I join the parade? – [Crowd] Yeah. – Oh no. – Oh no, look at all these people who want to be in the parade. – Oh boy, what do we do now? – Don’t worry, Zoe,
don’t panic, everybody. Elmo can change the song again. – [Big Bird] Oh. – Elmo thinks. – I just wanna go and march. – Uh, he’s white, he’s
white, uh, let me see. Um, how ’bout this? (gasps) Hooray, make way for the Little
and Big, Furry and Feathery Red and Orange, Purple and Brown and Yellow and Pink and
Blue and Black and Green Monster and Bear and Bird and
Honker and Cow and Penguin and Boys and Girls and
Monsters and Tomatoes. (gasping) I’m all out of wee little breath. Oh! – Oh, but it’s too long. We’ll be standing here singing
till a week from Saturday. Whenever that is. (crowd murmuring) – Oh no! We’ll never come up with a
song that includes everybody and that’s still possible to sing! – [Officer] That’s right. – I guess we all better just go home and be sad and frustrated. – [Crowd] Oh! – No, no, wait, wait, wait. Elmo’s got it, Elmo will
change the song one more time. – But Elmo, the song is already too long. – No, no, no, listen everybody. Here’s how our new marching
song is going to work. (drum beating) ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the ♪ – [Crowd] Hmm? – Oh, oh, oh! ♪ Anybody Who Loves to
March in a Parade Parade ♪ – Oh wow, he did perfect! – Yeah!
– That’s great! – Yeah, that’s great, you know, that means that anybody
can march in our parade. – Yeah, and you can be red
or yellow or green or pink or have feathers or fur
or skin or honk or tweet. – How about moo? – Oh yes, Gladys, or
moo or anything at all. – Elmo, you’re brilliant. – Aw thanks, Zoe. Come on, everybody! The big parade is about to begin, yeah! – [Big Bird] Yay! (crowd chattering) – Well, would you look at that. It used to be a parade just
for little furry red monsters, and now it’s a parade for anybody. And you know what? I’m an anybody, and I love parades. (cheerful music) – [Elmo] Come on, Alan! – All right! ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Anybody Who Loves
to March in a Parade Parade ♪ – [Telly] Yeah! ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Anybody Who Loves
to March in a Parade Parade ♪ – [Elmo] Yeah! ♪ Hooray, make way ♪ ♪ For the Anybody Who Loves to March ♪ – This is a tomato’s dream come true. Hey parade, wait for me to catch up! ♪ For the Anybody Who ♪ (playful music) ♪ Hum ba da dum ba dum ba dum ♪ ♪ Ba da da dum diddle do ♪ – Oh!
– Hey! (mumbling) ♪ Ba dum ba dum ba dum ba dum ♪ ♪ Ba do ba do ba ♪ (mumbling) ♪ Ba dum ba dum ba dum ♪
♪ Ba do ba do ba do ♪ ♪ Ba dum ba dum ba dum ♪
♪ Ba do ba do ba do ♪ (squeaking) (mumbling) ♪ Ba dum ba dum ba dum ♪ ♪ Ba dum ba dum ba dum ♪ (dramatic music) – [Zoe] A. – [Telly] B. – [Elmo] C. – [Zoe] D. – [Telly] E. – [Zoe] F! – [Elmo] G. – [Telly] H. – [Zoe] I. – [Telly] J. – [Elmo] K. – [Telly] L. – [Elmo] M. – [Telly] N, O. – [Elmo] P. Q. – [Telly] R. – [Elmo] S. – [Telly] T. – [Elmo] U. – [Telly] V. – [Zoe] W. – [Elmo] X. – [Telly] Y. – [Zoe] Z. (playful music)
(crunching) – Hello there, me Cookie Monster, and today’s letter is, (laughs) yup, that letter F, yeah. Me think, ah, but it
not look like letter F. Um, me listen, fa, fa, fa. Yup, yup, yup, that sound like letter F. (sniffs) Aw, yeah, oh yeah, yeah! That even smell like letter F. (sniffs) Aw, fudge, ah, ah, ah, ah. Now, ordinarily me tell you that me not going to eat this cookie, but let’s face facts, me
going to eat this cookie. Me know it, you know
it, everybody know it, so today, (laughs) me got plan, yeah. Step into me office. Okay, (laughs) today,
me going to draw picture of letter of day cookie, so you can remember what it look like. Then me can eat cookie and you still get educational information. It win, win situation. Okay, here me go, me draw the cookie. Let me see, it nice and round. Me can do that. ♪ Dum da dum dum dum ♪ (laughs) Me check. Yeah, pretty good. Okay, now me draw letter
F right in the middle. Here me go. (laughs) ♪ Dum da dum dum dum dum dum ♪ Letter F, yup, yup. Okay, (laughs) now you have visual aid, and me free to eat cookie! (Cookie monster grumbles) Cookie! (Cookie monster sighs) Hey, that not bad for amateur. That look good enough to eat. (laughs) (Cookie Monster grumbles) Yeah, yeah, yeah. Oh, yeah, yeah. (Cookie Monster sighs) Flavorful. (laughs) (Cooke Monster belches) Oh. (Cookie Monster sighs) – [Child] Cannonball! (peaceful music) Number one! (suspenseful music) (triumphant music) – [Children] Hooray! (peaceful music) – [Children] F. – [Woman] F. (whirring) (gentle music) Fa. F. Fa. F. Fa. Fa. (gentle music) (whirring) Fa. (gentle music) Fa. Un. Fa. Un. Fa. Fa. Un. Fun! (gentle music) (woman laughing) Fun!
– Yay! (cheerful music) Oh yeah, fun, yeah man. (man laughing) – [Woman] Fun. (cheerful music) – [Child] This flower
is missing something. – [Child] No, that’s a beach ball! (children laughing) No, that’s a clock! – [Child] Pocket watch. – [Child] No, that’s a clock. No, that’s a cowboy hat! – [Child] I think that was a sombrero. (children giggling) – [Child] Yeah, that’s a seed. – [Child] Ooh! – [Child] It’s growing! – [Children] A flower! – [Child] Now, that’s a flower. (“Everybody’s Song”) ♪ Do you hear that beat ♪ ♪ It’s givin’ off some eat ♪ ♪ It makes ya move your feet ♪ ♪ That’s everybody’s song, yeah ♪ ♪ Makes your fingers snap ♪ ♪ And your hands can clap ♪ ♪ And your feet tap, tap ♪ ♪ Come on and join along ♪ ♪ Well, your voice can hum ♪ (Elmo hums) ♪ And your heart’s a drum ♪ ♪ Ba ba ba ba bow ♪ ♪ Wherever come from ♪ ♪ You just can’t go wrong ♪ ♪ With this pretty ditty ♪ ♪ Want to cheer ♪ ♪ Hip, hip hooray ♪ ♪ Get an itchy ear ♪ ♪ Scritch scratch squitch ♪ ♪ Every time you hear ♪ ♪ Everybody’s song ♪ ♪ Beat ♪ ♪ Heat ♪ – Oh, it’s hot! – Very hot, woohoo. ♪ Feet ♪ ♪ That’s everybody’s song, yeah ♪ ♪ Snap ♪ (snapping) ♪ Clap ♪ – Oh yeah.
– Yeah. – Away! ♪ Tap ♪ ♪ Come on and join along ♪ ♪ Well, your voice can hum ♪ (Elmo hums) ♪ And your heart’s a drum ♪ ♪ Ba da ba ba boom ♪ ♪ Wherever you come from ♪ ♪ You just can’t go wrong ♪ ♪ With this pretty ditty ♪ ♪ Want to cheer ♪ ♪ Hip, hip hooray ♪ ♪ Get an itchy ear ♪ ♪ Scritch, scratch, squitch ♪ ♪ Every time you hear ♪ ♪ Everybody’s song ♪ – Yay!
– Hooray! (laughing) – Easy. Oh hi! Look what I’ve got, dominoes. See, I’ve set up a whole
bunch of them in a line, and I’ve just got to add one more. It takes a steady hand. – [Announcer] It’s time once
again to play Journey to Ernie, the game where Ernie
hides and Big Bird seeks. – Whoops. (chuckles) Oh well, I love
to play Journey to Ernie. I can’t wait to see where
Ernie’s going to hide today. – I’ll give you a hint, Big Bird. I’ll be where. ♪ One of these things
is not like the others ♪ (Ernie laughs)
– Okay! Come on, let’s close
our eyes and count to 10 while Ernie hides. Ready, here we go. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10. Ready or not here we come! (“One of These Things”) (horns honking) Uh, I have a feeling we’re
not on Sesame Street. Oh, but where am I? Wait a minute, I know that song. It’s that musical game. ♪ One of these things
is not like the others ♪ Hey, that’s the clue Ernie gave. Maybe in order to find Ernie,
we have to play the game, and find something that’s
not like the others. Wow, a game within our game! Neat! Come on, let’s look around. Oh look, hula dancers. Maybe Ernie’s hiding someplace here. Let’s play the game and find out. ♪ One of these things
is not like the others ♪ ♪ One of these things
just isn’t the same ♪ ♪ Can ya guess which thing
is not like the others ♪ ♪ Now, it’s time to play a game ♪ ♪ Time to play a game ♪ Now, let’s see. We have a hippo dancing the hula, another hippo dancing the hula, a tree dancing the hula, and
a hippo dancing the hula. Which one do you think
is not like the others? The tree? Oh, that’s what I think too! So, that means, ah ha, come on down from that tree, Ernie! We found you! – The name’s Sammy, and you’re
interrupting my hula lessons. – Oh, sorry. – All right, ladies, let’s
take it from the top. – Let’s go look for Ernie some place else. (“La Cucaracha”) ♪ Oki ba oh ba ♪ – Gee, do you see what I see? One of these chickens
is not like the others. They all have feathers,
but that one has two heads. (chuckles) Ernie’s probably
behind the two-headed chicken. Let’s look. ♪ Ra ba ba ba ba ♪ – [Big Bird] Uh, nope. – What are you looking for? – Ernie’s not there. Oh, hi. Have you seen Ernie?
– Hello. – Oh. Oh!
– Oh Ernie! – Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.
– Ernie, yeah. – Oh great, which way did he go? – Uh, he’s over there.
– Over there. – [Both] That way! ♪ Uh ba ba ba day ♪ ♪ Oh be ba dee ba do da ♪ ♪ Ra pum pum pum da ♪ – I guess we’ll have to keep on looking. (“One of These Things”) Hey, maybe Ernie’s hiding here. All these French poodles
look pretty much the same. Come on, let’s play the game. ♪ One of these things
is not like the others ♪ ♪ One of these things
just isn’t the same ♪ Okay, let’s take a look. Well, they all have mustaches and they all have striped shirts and they all have hats. Can you tell which one is different? Wait a minute! These three have solid blue-colored hats, but this one has a polka dots. That’s it, that’s the one
that’s not like the others. So, Ernie must be hiding here. (squeaking) Come on out, Ernie! (squeaking) Ernie! Oh, he’s not in there. I’m beginning to think I’m
never going to find Ernie. (poodle barks) (poodle barks) (poodle barks) (poodle crows) Huh? Hold on, this dog didn’t
bark like the others. This one sounded like a rooster. (gasps) Maybe there’s
more than one answer! Maybe this is where Ernie is! (poodle crows) – You found me! (Ernie laughs) – Oh, it’s Ernie! (celebration music) Wow! – Really nice, huh? – Yeah. – Yeah. – That was fun. – Yeah. ♪ It’s Ernie ♪ ♪ It’s me ♪ ♪ I’d know you anywhere ♪ ♪ The ♪
(Ernie laughs) ♪ When you laugh ♪ ♪ That Ernie shirt and hair ♪ ♪ The squeaking of your ducky ♪ (ducky squeaks) ♪ Tells us you’re the one ♪ – Hoo hoo! ♪ We found him, we found him ♪ ♪ La la la la la ♪ ♪ Our Journey to Ernie is done ♪ (ducky squeaking) (Ernie laughs) – I love this game! – Wait till you see where
I’m gonna hide next time. It’ll be a different place that’s. ♪ Not like the others ♪ – Ooh!
(ducky squeaking) (cheerful music) – Bert. Hey, Bert. Bert. – Mm-hmm. Ernie, what, Ernie, what is it? I’m trying to sleep. – Hey Bert, did you ever think about all the things you like? – Well sure, Ernie, but not now, huh? – Yeah, but just tell me
something you like, Bert. – Well, Ernie, I’m trying to sleep. – Oh, come on, Bert. Just one, just name one
thing that you like, okay? Name just one. – Oh, all right, Ernie. Uh, I’ll try, um. (“But I Like You”) Uh. ♪ I like paperclips ♪ – Paperclips? ♪ Paperclips ♪ ♪ I like bottle caps ♪ – Bottle caps? ♪ Bottle caps ♪ ♪ I love pigeons, yeah ♪ – Pigeons? ♪ Love pigeons, oh yes, I do ♪ – Well Bert, you know. ♪ I don’t really like
any of those things ♪ ♪ But I like you ♪ – Aw, Ernie. ♪ I like playing jokes ♪ – Playing jokes? ♪ Playing jokes ♪ ♪ Love my rubber duck ♪ – Rubber duck. ♪ Rubber ducky ♪ ♪ I like bubble gum ♪ – Bubble gum? ♪ Bubble gum, yes, I do ♪ – Well now, Ernie ♪ I’m not crazy about
any of those things ♪ ♪ But I like you ♪ ♪ I like to lie awake in bed at night ♪ ♪ And talk to you ♪ – Yeah, I know. ♪ I like say goodnight and go to sleep ♪ ♪ I like to go and see the
big hippopotamus in the zoo ♪ (Bert laughs) – Hey, Ernie! ♪ You know what ♪ – What, Bert? ♪ I like that too ♪ – Gee!
(Bert laughs) ♪ I like jelly beans ♪ – Jelly beans? ♪ Jelly beans ♪ ♪ I like lentil soup ♪ – Lentil soup? – (laughs) Yeah. ♪ I like a marching band ♪ ♪ I like a music box ♪ ♪ Yes, I do ♪ ♪ But though I don’t
always like everything ♪ ♪ That I like ♪ ♪ Still, I like you ♪ ♪ Though I’m not too crazy
about your rubber ducky ♪ ♪ Though I don’t love pigeons ♪ ♪ Still, we’re awfully lucky ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I ♪ ♪ Like ♪ ♪ You ♪ (Ernie laughing) (Bert laughing) – [Children] Global Thingy. – Hello. (gentle music) (Thingies chattering and cheering) (duck grumbling) – Can’t fly. Can’t fly. Can’t fly. – Ooh! You can swim. – Ah! Wee! – [Planet] Yoohoo! – Huh? – Oh. – Woo! (Thingies chittering) – Bye, bye. (spooky music) (thunder crashes) (spooky music) (laughing) – Ah, mm, mm, mm. Yes. Now my pets, (laughs) make
yourselves comfortable. (laughing) (groans) Yes, it’s time for our
favorite television program, Six Feet Under. (tense music) Yes, quiet, my pets, it begins. – [Narrator] And now, tonight’s
episode of Six Feet Under. – [Mom] Hey, hey, feet off the table! Get your feet off the table. – [Monster] Oh, I’m sorry, mom! – [Monster] Oh boy! – [Monster] Sorry about that. – Told you.
– Sorry. – Oh.
– Ooh! (tense music) – Ah, and now we see the
feet, my pet, under the table. (laughs) I shall count them. One, two, three, four, five, six feet! Six feet under! (Count laughs) – [Monster] I wanna eat,
now, where’s the food? I wanna eat some chicken wings, yeah. (laughing) (thunder crashes) (groans) Oh, an excellent program, my pets. What shall we watch next? (cheerful music) Three’s Company? (cheerful music) Eight is Enough? (clock ticking) 60 Minutes! (laughing) I am a one happy couch potato. That’s one, one happy couch potato. (laughing)
(thunder crashing) (sighs) West Wasteland, my foot. (laughing) Hm, yes. (giggling) – Oh, I love that! Let’s see what the judge says. Six! And that’s the number of the day! (whirring) (upbeat music) ♪ One, two, three ♪ ♪ Boats on the sea ♪ ♪ Four, five, six ♪ ♪ Children come quick ♪ ♪ This is my favorite song about six ♪ ♪ Six is the number of kids in the mix ♪ ♪ One, two, three ♪ ♪ Four, five, six ♪ ♪ Six running feet ♪ ♪ Leaving footprints in the sand ♪ ♪ Six dancing children ♪ ♪ Holding each other’s hand ♪ ♪ Six mighty sand castles ♪ ♪ Can’t go wrong ♪ ♪ Six little children ♪ ♪ Come on and sing along ♪ ♪ One, two, three ♪ ♪ Four, five, six ♪ ♪ Now, six little children ♪ ♪ Running into the sea ♪ ♪ They swim under water ♪ ♪ And what could it be ♪ ♪ It was six little fishes
swimming naturally ♪ ♪ One, two, three ♪ ♪ Four, five, six ♪ (Count laughing) (cheerful music) ♪ La la la la ♪ ♪ La la la la Elmo’s World ♪ ♪ La la la la ♪ ♪ La la la la Elmo’s World ♪ ♪ Elmo loves his goldfish ♪ ♪ His crayon too ♪ Ooh, ooh! Yeah! (Elmo laughs) ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ Oh hi, welcome to Elmo’s World. Oh, Elmo’s so happy to see you. Ooh, and so is Dorothy. Say hello, Dorothy. (Elmo laughs) Guess what Elmo’s thinking about today. ♪ Da da da da ♪ Here’s a clue. (Elmo mumbles) Oh, ah, that’s right, feet, ooh. (magical music) (Elmo laughing) You know, feet. (Elmo laughing) Oh stop, oh stop, (laughs) that tickles! (Elmo laughing) (cheerful music) (squeaking) (water bubbling) (squeaking) (boinging) (water bubbling) Oh look, Dorothy’s been
thinking about feet too, and Dorothy has a question. Ooh, what’s that, Dorothy? Oh, okay, okay. Dorothy wants to know, how
do you hop on one foot? Oh, good question, Dorothy! Let’s ask Mr. Noodle. Mr. Noodle! (shade fluttering) Thanks, Shade. Oh, hi Mr. Noodle! Over here, Mr. Noodle, hi! (cowbell dinging)
(Elmo laughing) (cowbell dinging) Oh, oh, Elmo has an idea. Elmo will wave to Mr.
Noodle with his foot. Oh, hi Mr., no, no, whoa! (clattering) Oh, oh, oh, thank you,
Mr. Noodle, oh, thank you. (Elmo giggles) Oh! (Elmo laughing) That tickles! Ooh, Mr. Noodle, are you
ready for Dorothy’s question? Good. Mr. Noodle, how do you hop on one foot? – [Child] How do you hop
on one foot, Mr. Noodle? – [Elmo] Oh, okay. (Elmo giggles) (cheerful music) (Elmo laughing) – [Child] No. – [Children] That’s dancing. – [Child] You’re not hopping. – [Child] That looks very
good, but it’s not hopping. – [Child] You have to hop. – [Child] You know, on one foot. – [Elmo] But Mr. Noodle,
hopping, you go up and down. – [Child] Up, then down. – [Child] On one foot. – [Elmo] Yeah. (laughs) – [Child] Here he goes. – [Child] I think he’s gonna do it. – [Elmo] Okay. Oh. – [Children] No! – [Child] That’s jumping. – [Elmo] That’s two feet. – [Child] You need to be on one foot. – [Child] Yeah, just one. – [Elmo] One foot. It’s not easy, but you can do it. – [Child] Try it. – [Child] You can do it. – [Elmo] Oh, hop to it, Mr. Noodle. (horn honks) (Elmo giggles) (whistle blows) – [Child] Well, he’s on one foot. – [Child] Now, you have to go up and down. – Put your foot–
– Whoa! – [Child] Be careful! – [Elmo] Almost, Mr. Noodle. – [Child] Hop, Mr. Noodle. – [Child] That’s a hop, do another one. – [Children] Yay, he did it! – [Elmo] Yay! (Elmo laughing) A little more, Mr. Noodle. – [Child] He’s doin’ it. – [Elmo] Great hopping, Mr. Noodle. You’re the noodle! (Elmo laughs) Whoa, oh, oh! Wow! (Elmo laughs) Mr. Noodle has hoppy feet. (laughing) Oh, what’s that, Dorothy? Oh, Dorothy wants to ask someone else. How do you hop on one foot? (cheerful music) – Dorothy, this is how I hop on one foot. (cheerful music) – Dorothy, this is how I hop. I hold up one leg and I hop on the other. (cheerful music) – Dorothy, this is how I hop on one foot. (cheerful music) – Aw, thank you, Dorothy,
and thanks, everybody. Now, Elmo will ask a baby. Oh, oh, hello baby. Baby, how do you hop on one foot? (laughing) Thank you, baby! Kiss, kiss, kiss. (imitates kissing) (Elmo laughing) (baby babbling) (cheerful music) Hop, hop, hop, look, look, look Dorothy, Elmo’s hopping on one foot too. Hop, hop, hop, hop, hop, hop, ooh, Elmo has a question for
you, (giggles) yeah, you! How many feet are hopping
across this tightrope? Let’s count them and see. – [Children And Elmo] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14! (elephant trumpets) (laughing) Oh, and one big elephant
foot makes 15 feet. Oh, great counting everybody. What a feat! (laughing) Does Drawer have feet? No, it has legs! (triumphant music) Yay! ♪ Do da do do do do da ♪ Oh, that makes Elmo wonder. What has feet and what doesn’t have feet? Let’s find out. Drawer, whoa! (dramatic music) Do caterpillars have feet? – [Children] No! – [Elmo] Do dogs and cats have feet? – [Child] Not those kinda feet. They have paws. – [Elmo] Do birds have feet? – [Children] Not like that! – [Elmo] Cute, little bird
feet, unless it’s Big Bird. – I have cute, big bird feet. (laughs) One, two. (cheerful music) – Does Dorothy have feet? No! (laughs) But she still gets around. (laughing) – [Computer] Elmo has mail. – Oh, look, boy, Computer gets around too.
– Elmo has mail. – Okay, stop Computer, so Elmo can get his email.
– Elmo has mail. – Hold still, Computer, so Elmo– – [Computer] Elmo has mail. – Elmo’s gonna put his foot down. Computer!
– Elmo has mail. – Stop! Good. – [Computer] Elmo has mail. (beeping) – Oh look, oh, Elmo’s got email
from his friend Baby Bear, ooh, and his baby sister, Curly Bear. (laughing) – Hi Elmo, uh, Elmo, Curly Bear
wants to show you something. Yeah, okay, go ahead, Curly
Bear, show Elmo your feet. (Curly babbles) Uh, uh, Curly Bear, um,
that’s my ear, Curly Bear. Remember, show Elmo your
feet, yeah, your feet. – [Curly] Mm. – Uh, Curly Bear– – No. – That’s my nose. – No. – Yeah, that’s my nose. Curly Bear, your feet, remember? Your feet! – Oh, nom. – Yes, your feet! (laughs) She knows all her body parts, yeah. Whoop, ah, and mine. (Curly laughs) Bye, bye, Elmo. (Curly babbles) – Oh, thanks, Computer. Boy, that was fun. (laughs) Yeah. (Elmo groans) Elmo’s friend Angelica does
something fun with her feet. (laughing) And she told Elmo all about it. (cheerful music) – [Angelica] Once a week, I play soccer. Soccer is a game you play with your feet. (players chattering) I wear special shoes on
my feet called cleats. They help keep me from
slipping on the grass. My team is called the Moths, and my dad is the coach.
– There’s the goal over there! Go! – [Angelica] Today, we’re
playing the Bumblebees. I use my feet for the kickoff. – [Woman] Go Angelica, go Angelica! – [Angelica] And for
running down the field. I’m a fast runner. – [Woman] Keep it going! Go, go, go! (crowd yelling) – [Angelica] I dribble
the ball with my feet. – [Coach] Go, go, go, go! – [Angelica] The trick is
keeping it close to you, so the other team doesn’t get it. I use my feet for passing the ball too. I kick it to my friend, Harrison. (whistle blows) – [Woman] Go, go, go, yeah! Woo! (crowd applauds) – [Man] Yay! (man laughing) – All right. (whistle blows) – [Player] Go, go, go! – [Angelica] And sometime– – [Coach] Go, go, go! – [Angelica] I even score
a goal with my feet. – [Man] She just scored a goal. (woman cheering)
(crowd applauding) – [Angelica] And when I do, I use my feet to jump up and down. – [Woman] Yay! – [Angelica] I love soccer. – [Coach] Good job, kids. – Yeah!
– Yes. – [Man] Woo! – Fancy footwork, Angelica. Now, Elmo wants to know
even more about feet. (laughing) Don’t you? How can we find out more? (beeping) Oh yeah, we can watch the Feet Channel. (beeping) Oh, turn yourself on, TV. (cheerful music) Thank you. – [Announcer] This is the Feet Channel. We keep you on your toes, and now it’s time for our feature film, The Girl Who Loved Her Feet. – [Narrator] Once upon a time in the foothills of New Jersey, there was a girl who loved her feet. – I love my feet. – [Narrator] The girl did
everything with her feet. She never went anywhere without them. They went for long walks
on the beach together. She loved to feel the warm
sand between her toes. (tense music) – Ouch, ouch, hot sand, ow, hot! – [Narrator] And she loved
to feel the cool ocean too. – Burr, I’m getting cold feet. (tense music) – [Narrator] The girl and her feet jumped in mud puddles together. (playful music) – [Girl] Squishy! – [Narrator] The girl and her
feet jumped rope together. ♪ See, my name is Girl ♪ ♪ And I come from Girlville ♪ Whoops! (tense music) – [Narrator] They even
went dancing together. ♪ I’m footloose and fancy free ♪ (upbeat music) (clattering) – [Narrator] Yes, the girl loved her feet. (cheerful music) – Goodnight, feet. – [Narrator] And so did her dog, Tootsie. (laughing) – That tickles. (laughing) Stop, Tootsie. (laughing) – [Narrator] The end. (cheerful music) – [Announcer] Stay tuned
to the Feet Channel for Toe-klahoma and Feet the Press with never before seen footage. – Oh, thank you, TV. Elmo still wants to learn
more about feet, don’t you? How can we learn more? (feet tapping) – [Foot] Just wanna get
my foot in the door. – Oh yeah, we can talk to a foot! (laughs) – [Foot] Not just any foot, Big Foot. – That’s the truth. How big is Big Foot? – [Big Foot] Hm, about a foot. – What is it like to be a foot? – [Big Foot] Oh, I get
a real kick out of it. – Oh, tell Elmo about yourself, Big Foot. – [Big Foot] Well, I have five toes– – Uh huh. – [Big Foot] And five fabulous toenails. – Yes, they are. Ooh, we will count them, come on. – Ooh! – One.
– Mm-hmm. – Two, three.
– Yup. – Four.
– Yup. – Five.
– Yeah! – Oh, and what’s that? (Big Foot laughing) – [Big Foot] That’s my
arch and it tickles. Ooh, and look, this is my heel. – Oh, well, what does Big
Foot like to do for fun? – [Big Foot] Oh, lots of stuff, Elmo. – Oh!
– I can walk or run– – Yeah.
– Or kick up my heels, but most of all–
– Yeah? – [Big Foot] I love to dance! – Dance, yeah! Yeah.
– Yeah, yeah. I tap or I do ballet or
one, two, cha cha cha, but my favorite kinda
dancing is Riverdancing. – Oh! Oh, Dorothy, Dorothy
loves Riverdancing too! – Oh!
– Look, look, look! Dorothy’s imagining Elmo Riverdancing. (dramatic music) – [Announcer] And now, the
Lord of the Feet, Elmo! (cheerful Irish music)
(feet tapping) (magical music) (Elmo laughing) – Boy, Elmo loves feet. Ooh, and so does Dorothy. That’s why Dorothy wants
us to sing the Feet Song. – [Big Foot] Ooh, and I
can sing the foot notes. – Okay, and Elmo will play
the piano with his feet. – [Big Foot] Ooh, I’ll lend
a hand, oh, I mean a foot. (laughing) – Oh! Oh, thank you, Feet. – [Big Foot] You’re welcome. (“Jingle Bells”) ♪ Do do do do do ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet, feet, feet ♪ Whoa! Careful, Foot! ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet, feet, feet ♪ (cheerful music) Say goodbye, Dorothy. Say goodbye, oh, there you are! Say goodbye, Big Foot. – [Big Foot] Oh, bye, and remember, always put your best foot forward. (laughing) ♪ Do do do ♪ ♪ Da da da da da ♪ ♪ Feet, feet, feet, feet ♪ ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ (laughing) Ooh, and look, Elmo’s
waving goodbye with foot. – [Big Foot] Bye, bye! – Bye, bye!
– Bye! (Elmo and Big Foot laughing) – Read, read, read! – (laughs) That’s right, Slimey. It’s time for another chapter of The Adventures of Trash Gordon. – Yay! – Oh, he just loves
reading Trash. (laughs) Here we go. Chapter 692. (dramatic music) When we last left our hero, Trash had crash landed on the planet Pizza where he was being chased
by a horribly smelly pepperoni and anchovy
pizza with extra garlic. Pizza had way too much
garlic, and it was closing in. How was Trash going to escape? Just before he was overwhelmed
by the garlic fumes, Trash grabbed his special
emergency spaceman pizza box. (pizza mumbling) The pizza thought it was for a delivery, jumped into the box. (pizza grumbling) And zipped off and delivered himself to a hungry family in Jersey. (doorbell dings) – [Pizza] Pizza delivery! – [Oscar] Trash was safe
and stated heroically, and with an air of garlic. (triumphant music) – Sesame Street has been
brought to you today by the letter F and by the number six! – More, more! – No, no, no, no, that’s
enough thrills for now, Slimo. Just hit the sack and I’ll
read you more Trash tomorrow. (cheerful music)
(Slimey snoring) Ah, he loves adventures. (upbeat music) (horn tooting) (bubbling) (horn tooting) (gentle music) (Elmo laughing) (upbeat music)