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Elmo and Rosita’s Musical Playdate | Sesame Street Full Episode


(upbeat theme music) ♪ Sunny days sweeping the clouds away ♪ ♪ On my way to where the air is sweet ♪ ♪ Can you tell me how to get,
how to get to Sesame Street ♪ ♪ Come and play, everything’s a-okay ♪ ♪ Friendly neighbors there,
that’s where we meet ♪ ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ (upbeat music)
(dog barks) (upbeat music) ♪ There’s something in the air today ♪ ♪ There’s something in the air ♪ ♪ There’s something in the air today ♪ ♪ That makes you want to sing ♪ – Hi guys.
– Hey. – Hi Big Bird.
– Nice day, huh? – Great day, Big Bird.
– Oh, it’s a perfect day. – There’s something in the air today. – Yeah, there is, isn’t there? – What is it? ♪ It’s not a smell ♪ ♪ It’s not a sound ♪ ♪ It’s nowhere, yet it’s all around ♪ ♪ It’s the very best
feeling I’ve ever found ♪ ♪ There’s just something in the air ♪ – Hey guys.
– Hey Gabi and Miles. – Hey, do you guys feel it, too? – Yes.
– Do you? – Yeah, there is something in the air. ♪ Like the feeling you get
on the first day of spring ♪ ♪ It’s nothing, yet it’s something ♪ ♪ It’s everything ♪ ♪ It makes you want to stand and sing ♪ ♪ Sing, sing a song ♪ ♪ Sing out loud, sing out strong ♪ ♪ There’s something in the air today ♪ ♪ There’s something we
can’t put our fingers on ♪ ♪ But whatever it is,
we hope it lingers on ♪ ♪ And on, and on, and on ♪ ♪ It’s one part zip, it’s two parts zing ♪ ♪ It’s a feeling that’s
better than anything ♪ ♪ It can even make animals want to sing ♪ ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa,
baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa,
baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ ♪ There’s just something in the air ♪ ♪ And the one way to make
sure the feeling won’t end ♪ ♪ Is to share it with a friend ♪ – So Gabi, you want to
play some basketball? – Yeah, sure.
– Come on. – Hey Bob, you want to go
in for a cup of coffee, on the house? – On the house, yeah, okay. – Oh, bye Alan, bye Bob. – Bye.
– Bye. – Hey Elmo.
– Huh? – Hey, you wanna go
play with me and Radar? – Oh, well thanks Big Bird, but Elmo’s got a play date
with Rosita today, yeah. She’s gonna be here any minute now. – Okay, well have fun. – You too, Big Bird, bye. Oh boy, Elmo’s so excited to have somebody to play with, especially
on a day like today. (upbeat music) ♪ Somebody come and play ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ ♪ Somebody come and smile the smiles ♪ ♪ And sing the songs, it won’t take long ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ – Hey Elmo, you want to play ball – Oh no thanks, Gabi and
Miles, Elmo has a play date. ♪ Somebody come and play ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play Elmo’s way ♪ ♪ Somebody come and rhyme the rhymes ♪ ♪ And laugh the laughs ♪ ♪ It won’t take time ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ Where’s Rosita? ♪ Somebody come with Elmo and sing ♪ ♪ The pleasure in the wind ♪ ♪ Somebody come before it
gets too late to begin ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ ♪ Somebody come and be Elmo’s friend ♪ ♪ And watch the sun ’til it rains again ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ Rosita, today. Elmo really wants to know where Rosita is. (peaceful music) ♪ La, la, la, la, la,
la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ – Hola Rosita. – Hola. – Great day, isn’t it? – Oh, it’s beautiful, you
know, there’s just something in the air today that
makes you want to sing. – Yeah, we know.
– Yeah, there is. – Are you looking for someone? – Oh yes, you know, I’m
supposed to have a play date with Elmo today, but I
don’t know where he is. – Oh, Elmo was just here. – Really?
– Yeah, I think he went that way. – That way?
– Yeah. – Oh, gracias, adios. ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la,
la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ – Boy, Elmo hasn’t seen Rosita
anywhere on Sesame Street. Unless, maybe she’s with
Big Bird, let’s go and see. Oh, hi Big Bird. Big Bird, have you seen Rosita? ♪ La, la, la, la, la,
la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ – Oh, I don’t see Elmo over here. ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa,
baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa. baa ♪ ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ – Rosita wasn’t with Big Bird. Boy, everybody’s singing today Um, um, excuse Elmo, excuse Elmo. Have you seen Rosita? – [Sheep] Naa. – Boy, Elmo wonders where she is. ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa,
baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ – Excuse me, sheep. – [Sheep] Whaaa? – Sorry, have you seen Elmo? – [Sheep] Yaaaa. – You mean, I just missed him again? – [Sheep] Yaaaa. – Elmo. ♪ Baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa,
baa, baa, baa, baa, baa, baa ♪ – Ay yi yi, Elmo. Where can you be? I’ve got to find you. (upbeat Latin music) ♪ I’m gonna bring my love
to you, oh yes Elmo ♪ ♪ I’ll be there no matter what you do ♪ ♪ I’ll drive a car or take a train ♪ ♪ I’ll come by bike, or boat, or plane ♪ ♪ I’ll ride a horse, I’ll paddle a canoe ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you. ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you, Elmo ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you ♪ ♪ I’ll hop a bus, baby, I don’t care ♪ ♪ Go anyplace or anywhere ♪ ♪ I’ll track you down by
land, or air, or sea ♪ ♪ I’ll swim across the ocean wide ♪ ♪ Through ice and snow,
I’ll slip and slide ♪ ♪ There’s no escape, you
just can’t hide from me ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you, Elmo ♪ ♪ I’m gonna get to you ♪ Elmo, where are you? – Elmo’s beginning to
think Rosita’s not coming. Maybe she forgot all about our play date. (sad music) ♪ Somebody come and play ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ – Maybe Elmo went home,
maybe he didn’t want to play with me, after all. ♪ Somebody come and smile the smiles ♪ ♪ And sing the songs ♪ ♪ It won’t take long ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ – Excuse Elmo. – Elmo? Elmo!
– Rosita! Oh, it’s so good to
see you, there you are. Boy, Elmo was looking
everywhere for Rosita. – And I was looking
everywhere for you, Elmo. – Oh, well Elmo’s just so glad
we finally found each other. – Me too. Me too.
– Come on. (upbeat music) ♪ Somebody come and play ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ ♪ Somebody come and be my friend ♪ ♪ And watch the sun ’til it rains again ♪ ♪ Somebody come and play today ♪ ♪ There’s just something
in the air today ♪ ♪ That makes you want to sing ♪ (group cheers and talks excitedly) – A song is something that
you sing, like, yaaaa. – Like when you make your
voice sound interesting. – And different. (boy sings) ♪ Whisper up and ♪ – I mean. ♪ Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O ♪ – [Group] Welcome to Monster Clubhouse. – I’m Phoebe. – I’m Googel. (talks gibberish) – He’s Mel, and, where’s Narf? Narf, Narf. – Up here. And me Narf. (laughing) – I’m glad you could drop by. – That’s a good one. – Hey, you ready to be a monster? – Ooh, me ready, me ready. – Not you, you. – Oh, yeah. – Okay, first you wave your furry arms. And then you shake your furry head. – Okay. – Oh, very monster-y, monsters. – Now, mess up your fur. – Now say wubba, wubba, wubba. – [Group] Wubba, wubba, wubba. – Now time to sing the
song, you sing, too. ♪ Monster Clubhouse, that’s what we do ♪ ♪ If you want to play,
be a monster, too. ♪ ♪ Mess up your fur ♪ ♪ Now cock-a-doodle-doo,
cock-a-doodle-doo ♪ ♪ Then wubba, wubba, wubba,
wubba, wubba, wubba ♪ ♪ Wubba, wubba, wubba, Wubba,
wubba, wubba, woo woo woo ♪ ♪ Wubba, wubba, wubba, wubba,
wubba, wubba, wubba, wubba ♪ ♪ Wubba, wubba, wubba,
wubba, we welcome you ♪ – [Group] M-O-N-S-T-E-R C-L-U-B
House, Monster Clubhouse. – Hey, what happened last meeting? – Ooh, ooh, ooh. (screams) (gibberish) – Mel says that it was
a fortuitous meeting. – Ooh, no, no.
– Share. – Share.
– Share. – I love meetings.
– Me too. – And now time for monster dance. – Did somebody say pants? – [Group] No, dance. – Don’t mind if I do. (tapping sounds) – Hey, let’s do the monster pants dance. – How do you do that? – Just do what I do, jump, wiggle, jump. – [Group] Jump, wiggle, jump. Monster pants dance. (upbeat funk music) Jump, wiggle, jump. – Monster pants dance- – [Group] Jump, wiggle, jump. – Monster pants dance. – [Group] Jump, wiggle, jump. (speaks gibberish) – [Group] Jump, wiggle, jump. – Monster pants dance. – [Group] Jump, wiggle, jump. Monster pants dance. Jump, wiggle, jump. Monster pants dance. Jump, wiggle, jump, Monster pants dance. – Those pants can dance. – I don’t know about you, but I’m panting. – I’m pooped.
(bell rings) – [Group] Nap time. – Go down. (monsters snore) (bell rings) – [Group] Snack time. (quacks) – Somebody say quack time? – [Group] No, snack time. – Oh, then I guess you’ll want these. – What are these? – Quackers, eh, I mean crackers. (monsters cheer) – [Group] We love snack time. – Personally, I like quack time better. – Bye. (doorbell rings) – [Group] Who could that possibly be? – Pardon me, is this the
national slip on a, eee! Oops, is this the national slip on a eee! Is this the national slip
on a banana peel club, oh. – [Group] No. – This, let’s tell him what this is, – [Group] Monster Clubhouse. M-O-N-S-T-E-R C-L-U-B house, Monster Clubhouse. – Woops! Oh, well, pardon me, eee. Excuse me, pardon me. (bell rings) – Time for monster goodbye song. And all you monstery monsters
out there in monster land. – You sing, too. (speaks gibberish) – Oh yes, Mel, parting
is such sweet sorrow. (upbeat music) ♪ Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye,
goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, good ♪ ♪ Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye, goodbye ♪ ♪ Goodbye, goodbye, goodbye ♪ ♪ Goodbye (quack), goodbye (quack) ♪ ♪ Goodbye, goodbye,
goodbye, goodbye, goodbye ♪ ♪ Goodbye (quack) ♪ – Thank you, Jack, bye. (piano notes play) – Ah, hello, it is I, The Count. Yes, Count Von Count, you know
why they call me the count? Because I love to play the organ. Just kidding. No, they call me The Count
because I love to count things. Like this organ, I will count it. One, one organ, yes, ha ha ha. Now this organ will help us
to find the number of the day. Ah, but first, I must warm up. There, yes, that ought to do it. No, not yet. Ah, good, now finally. Ah, but then again, ah. (knuckles crack) Now, here it is, this is it, presenting the number of the day. Is it one? (organ note plays)
– One. – No, it it two? (organ note plays)
– Two. (noisemakers) – Yes, yes, it’s two, two, ha ha. And now for your number pleasure, two tubas in tutus tap dancing for you. (organ music plays) Oh lovely. Very sweet outfits, yes. Ha, ha, two tubas for you, two. (rock music) ♪ Floating in a big canoe ♪ ♪ Rolling down the avenue ♪ ♪ Now it’s even turning blue ♪ ♪ Holy cow, it’s number two, two ♪ – Two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two,
two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two, two,
two, two, two, two, two. (playful music) – Rosita, Elmo’s so glad
we found each other today. – Yeah, me too, especially
on a great day like today. – Yeah, boy, everything
is so much more fun when there’s two of us. – Yeah, you know what,
two is my favorite number. – Oh, Elmo feels a song coming on. – Yeah.
– Yeah. ♪ Two is my favorite number, two is neat ♪ ♪ Two is being together, two is sweet ♪ ♪ Two is you and another
someone having fun ♪ ♪ Two is simple ♪ ♪ Two is easy ♪ ♪ All two is is one and one ♪ ♪ Two is our laughing and
laughing, two is right ♪ ♪ Two is somebody’s arms
just holding tight ♪ ♪ Two you see is better by
far than one could ever be ♪ ♪ ‘Cause two is you and me. ♪ – Hey, you know, two is
our favorite number, too. – Oh really, Gabi?
– Really? – Yes.
– Cool ♪ Two is my favorite number, two is neat ♪ ♪ Two is being together, two is sweet ♪ ♪ Two is you and another
someone having fun ♪ ♪ Two is simple, two is easy ♪ ♪ All two is is one and one ♪ ♪ Two is laughing and
loving, two is right ♪ ♪ Two is somebody’s arms
just holding tight ♪ ♪ Two you see is better by
far than one could ever be ♪ ♪ ‘Cause two is you and me. ♪ – I love it.
– Yeah, Elmo did too. – Yes.
– Two, see, Elmo said two. – [Young girl] One day I went to the park with my grandmother’s instant camera. She lent it to me so I could
take pictures of my friends. I took a picture of
Kevin by the big slide. He looks afraid in the picture. Hey Kevin, are you afraid? – I’ve never been down
the big slide before. – [Young Girl] Then
Keisha went up with him and they went down the slide together. Look, they both look happy in this one. Kevin went up all by
himself in the next picture. See, he looks really proud, because he can do it all by himself now. In this picture, Keisha looks angry. That’s because Kim’s been on the swing for a very, very, very long time. – Hey, it’s my turn. – Okay, okay. – [Young Girl] They’re sisters, and they really love each other. You can tell that in this one. We all hid from Keisha by
the fountain, and then, – [Children] Surprise! – [Young Girl] We all jumped out, and this is the picture I took. She looks really surprised. My friends look different
when they feel different ways. Afraid, happy, surprised, proud, angry, love. You really see it when you take a picture (playful music) – Put that there. Oh look, I’m building a
castle, just one more block. – [Announcer] It’s time
to play Journey to Ernie, where Ernie hides and Big Bird seeks. – Oh, I love that game. – [Announcer] I know you do, do, do. – I wonder where Ernie’s gonna hide today. (Tarzan yell) – You’ll see. Come on rubber ducky, woohoo. (squeaks) – Quick, count to 10 and no peeking. One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, ready
or not, here we come. Whoa. Wow, ha ha. I have a feeling we’re not
on Sesame Street anymore. Where are we? (monkey calls) – It’s a jungle out here. – Oh, we must be in the jungle. Do you see Ernie? Ernie, Ernie, where are you? Not down here. (monkey laughs) I don’t see Ernie anywhere, do you? What’s that? Behind me. Oh look. Stripes, just like Ernie’s shirt. Ha, found you, found you, Ernie come out. You’re not Ernie, you’re an elephant. And why are you wearing
a shirt on your nose? – It’s not a shirt, it’s a trunk warmer. You should try it. (elephant toots) Come on, we gotta keep looking. He’s got to be here somewhere. (singing “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”) Hi guys. Have you seen Ernie? – Ernie.
– Ernie. (Gibberish) striped shirt. – (Gibberish) rubber ducky. – Ernie.
– Ernie. – Which way did he go? – That way.
– That way. (singing “The Lion Sleeps Tonight”) – Now he said this way,
and he said that way. This way, that way, this way, that way, this way, that way, this way, that way, this way, that way, ohhh, where is he. (squeaks) What’s that? Rubber ducky? Where? Oh look, it is rubber ducky. And where rubber ducky is, Ernie is, which means we found Ernie. (horn fanfare) – Hey, haven’t you ever heard of knocking? – Sorry, but that’s Ernie’s rubber ducky. – No, that’s Bernie’s rubber ducky. – Who’s Bernie?
– Me. Now if you don’t mind. – We’re getting close, that
was a journey to Bernie, but we’re playing journey to Ernie. Come on. Ernie! Wait a minute, do you see what I see? That shadow looks like Ernie’s hair. And if that’s his shadow,
Ernie must be here. (tribal drums) Oh no, it’s not Ernie,
it’s a sleeping iguana. How are we ever gonna find Ernie? – [Ernie] Don’t give up. – Thanks iguana. (Ernie laughs) Wait a minute, that sounded like, (Ernie laughs) behind the iguana, that’s got to be. – You found me. We found him, we found Ernie, yay! (celebratory music) ♪ It’s Ernie, it’s me ♪ ♪ I’d know you anywhere ♪ ♪ The (laughs) when you laugh ♪ ♪ That Ernie shirt and hair ♪ ♪ The squeaking of your ducky
tell us you’re the one ♪ ♪ We found him we found
him, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ Our journey to Ernie is done ♪ – I love this game. – Wait’ll you see where I hide next time. (squeaks)
– Right. (playful music) (Ernie clucks like a chicken) (Bert sighs) – Ernie, Ernie, Ernie, Ernie. I have no idea what you’re doing, but it is very hard for, will you stop pecking my clavicle? It is very hard for me to read when you are clucking like a chicken. – Did you say chicken, Bert?
– Yes. – That’s absolutely right, clucking is the sound a chicken makes. Boy, you’re really good
at this game, Bert. – What game? – The guess that animal sound game, Bert. You just guessed that I was
clucking like a chicken, and that’s how you play the game, Bert. Hey hey, Bert, try this one. (Ernie quacks) – Ernie, I do not want to play your game, I just want to read my book in peace. So please stop quacking like a duck. – Right again, Bert. Quacking is the sound a duck makes. Boy, oh boy, Bert, you are going to be the guess that animal sound
champion of the world. – Ernie, I do not want to be, Ernie, I don’t want to be a champion of anything, I just want to read my book. Ernie, Ernie. (Ernie makes monkey noises) Ernie, stop that monkey
business this instant. – Oh, okay Bert. (crash) You were absolutely right again, Bert. Those are the sounds that a monkey makes. – Ernie, Ernie, Ernie, Ernie, Ernie. – Yeah, Bert.
– Listen to me. – Yeah.
– Come here a little closer>- Yeah.
– Come here. – I do not want to play
this game right now, do you understand? – Really, Bert? – Yes, really! – Okay, ol’ buddy, why
didn’t you just say so? Hey listen, if you really
don’t want to play right now, we will play later, okay, I understand you want to read your book, I’ll see you later. – Really? Ernie? Huh, pinch me, I must be dreaming. (roars) Ernie, I told you, I do not want to play that game, so why are you roaring like a, lion!
– What are you talking about Bert, I thought you
didn’t want to play that game. Oh my goodness, it’s really a lion. – Yeah, yeah, I just wanted to know if I could borrow his book. – Hey Bert, the lion just wants to know, the lion just wants to know
if he can borrow your book. – I’m trying not to show fear. (playful music) – I’ve got rhythm, I’ve got rhythm, baby I’ve got rhythm, yeah. Oh, hello there. I am just so filled with music today, and ready for a musical adventure, yeah But I need a super musical hero to help, and you know what that means. (upbeat music) ♪ He’s a hero, he’s a guy ♪ ♪ He’s a hero, he’s a guy ♪ ♪ You know who he is ♪ ♪ He’s da, da, da, da, Hero Guy ♪ – I’ve got rhythm, baby,
I’ve got rhythm, yeah. – Hey, Hero Guy, you know it’s time for a heroic musical adventure. – The Bear with the crayon is right, and I will lead this adventure. Just follow along with
me and do what I do. Give me a bouncy beat. (bouncing music) – Bom, bom, bom.
– Bom, bom, bom. – Bam, bam, bam, bam.
– How heroic. Bam, bam, bam, bam Wah, wah, wah, wah, wah, wah, wah, wah. – A boom, boom, boom, boom, boom. – A boom, boom, boom, boom, bomm. Diddly, diddly, diddly diddly dee. Diddly, didly, diddly diddly dee. – Rat a tat, rat a tat, rat a tat tat. – May I?
– Knock yourself out, kid. – Rat a tat, rat a tat, rat a tat tat. Rat a tat, rat a tat, rat a tat tat. Rat a tat, rat a tat, rat a tat tat. Yeah, Rat a tat, rat a tat, rat a tat tat. Rat a tat, rat a tat, rat a tat tat. A rat a tat tat. Hey Telly, hi. – That looks like fun, what are you doing? – Well, I’m just having
a musical adventure with Hero Guy. – What a hero. What a guy. Hey, hey, can I do what
you were doing, too? – Well sure, just follow along if you can keep up with me. You ready, here goes. A bum, bum, bum. – A bum, bum, bum. – Bam bam bam bam.
– Bam bam bam bam. – Wah, wah, wah, wah.
– Wah, wah, wah, wah. – A boom, boom, boom, boom.
– A boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.
– A diddly, diddly, diddly, diddly dee. (soft classical music) – [Child] A. – [Monster] B – [Monster] C. – [Monster] D. – [Monster] E. – [Monster] F. – [Monster] G. – [Monster] H. – [Monster] I. – [Monster] J. – [Monster] K. – L.
– M. – N.
– O. – [Monster] P. – [Monster] Q. – [Monster] R. – [Monster] S. – [Monster] T. – U.
– V. – [Monster] W. – X.
– Y. – [Monster] Z. (playful music) – Hello, it’s Cookie Monster. But you knew me, cause me know you. Greetings, me here to show you what the letter of the day is. Oh, this is so exciting. Here we go, letter of day is, it look like exciting letter O. You see it like circle,
yeah, O like circle. Oh boy, you know what letter O sound like. O sound like this, it goes, o. What coincidence, huh? O sound like O. Now, me wonder what cookie taste like. Come to papa, letter O cookie. Oh, wait a minute. What me doing, me crazy? Me no can eat letter of the day, uh, letter of the day
too important to eat. But, me want to eat letter O. Letter O, letter of
the day, me want to put in me tummy, what me going to do? Ah ha, me know what to do. Me going to take this box
here, put cookie in box. Yeah, in box. Then me going to put
lid on top of box, yeah. And then, me going to wrap box, and me going to send it away. Gonna wrap the box, send it away. But me need, me need, me
need, me need mail carrier. Mail carrier, mail carrier! Going to send box, need mail carrier! Okay, okay, wrap box, wrap box, wrap box. (applause) – O, o, o, o, o, o, o, o. Oh. O, the letter O. – Okay there, that should do it. – Mail carrier, mail carrier. Mail carrier, mail carrier. Oh, oh, oh, did somebody
call for mail carrier? – Me call. – Oh my, what a beautifully
wrapped package. What style, what design,
what savoir faire. Let me guess, you did this yourself. It looks like a home job. Oh boy, I must say you
have truly impressed, federal impress mail. – Okay, okay, now take package
to name on box and hurry. – Oh, hurry sir, ’tis to laugh. Hurry, you jest. Hurry, that is my middle name. – Dum de dum, de dum dum dum dum. Dum de dum, de dum dum
dum, dum de dum dum. – Oh hello, hello, hello, hello. Package for Mr. Cookie Monster, package for Mr. Cookie Monster. – For me? Oh boy, oh boy, oh boy,
oh boy, oh boy, oh boy. Oh, what a surprise. It’s the letter O Num, num, num, num, num, num, num. If you send mail, you get mail. Dum de dum de dum de dum dum dum. – I do not think he understands the concept of the postal service. (playful music) – [Female] One way. One way. Oh, now wait a minute,
one way the other way. One way, one way. Hey now, one way the other way. Wait a, make up your mind, which way is? One way, one way or the
other way, which way? Hold it, hold it, hold it. One way. Thank you, one way. Yes, one way. (playful music) (bell rings) – Class is in session. Hello, it is I, your favorite
furry art professor Grover, and today my talented student, Alana, is going to draw a cara. Now, cara is something in Spanish, and I do not know what it is,
but I cannot wait to find out. Crayons ready. – Ready, Professor Grover. – Then start drawing that cara. – Ah, it looks like a beach ball, with some of the air left
out, is that what a cara is? – No, no, Grover. – Of course not, of course not, I see it now, it is a
frisbee with two holes in it. – No, Grover. – No, no, wait, wait, I got it, I got it, A cara is a dish with a wet noodle and some cute tasty
cherry tomatoes, yes, yes. – No, Grover. Cara means face in Spanish. – Oh, of course, how did
I not see that before? It’s as plain as the nose on my cara. Cara means face in Spanish. – Yay for Grover. – Ha, ha, ha, ah well. This is art professor
Grover with a big smile on his cute, furry cara
saying, class dismissed. That is a wonderful cara. – Gracias. – And very realistic, too. (upbeat 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 crayons, too ♪ ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ Hi, this is Elmo’s World. Yeah, Elmo’s very happy to see you. And, hee hee hee, so is Dorothy. Say hello, Dorothy. (tinkling piano music) Guess what Elmo’s thinking about today? (playful bouncy noises) Wow. (horns play) Elmo is thinking about music,
lots of things make music. (“Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star”) ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ – Dorothy’s been thinking
about music, too. What’s that, Dorothy? Ah, Dorothy has a question. How do you make music with a drum? Very good question, Dorothy. Let’s watch Mr. Noodle play with a drum. Mr. Noodle! (playful, bouncy sounds) Come on shade, we want to see Mr. Noodle. Thank you. How do you play music
with a drum, Mr. Noodle? Show us. What, oh, no, no, no, you have to put
it in the front, Mr. Noodle. The drum goes in the
front, not in the back. You can’t hit it that way. – [Girl] Turn it back around. – [Elmo] Go ahead, try again. – [Children] Try again, Mr. Noodle. – [Elmo] You can get it. – [Girl] He did it before. – [Elmo] Here you go, he did it, yay. (children cheer) But now get the drumsticks, Mr. Noodle. So you can hit the drum,
get the drumsticks now. – [Male] Yeah, boom, boom, boom, it’s the drumsticks that you
make that boom, boom, boom. – [Elmo] Mr. Noodle, not that way, you’re gonna hurt yourself
that way, Mr. Noodle. – [Girl] If you turn
around, it’s the easier way to get the drumsticks. – [Elmo] No, not that way. – [Girl] That’s the way to do it. – [Elmo] Yeah, yeah, do it that way. Okay, now, oh. He did it, he got the drumsticks! (children cheer) – [Girl] Now play music, play music! – [Elmo] Play the drum. (deep drum beat) Are you okay, Mr. Noodle? – [Girl] He looks like he’s shivering. – He’ll be fine, once he stops vibrating. Mr. Noodle. What’s that Dorothy? Ah, Dorothy wants to ask someone else. How do you make music with a drum? (playful music) – Dorothy, this is how I play a drum. (drumbeats) – Dorothy, this is how I play a drum. (drumbeats) – Dorothy, this is how I play the drums. (plays drums) – Thank you, Dorothy. Now Elmo will ask a baby. Hello baby, how do you
make music with a drum? Here you go. Yeah, that’s it, baby. Buh bye. And now, Elmo has a question for you, about something else that
makes music, a guitar. Guitar! Oh, there you are. How many strings does this guitar have, one, two strings,
(children count along) three strings, four strings, five strings, six strings.
(guitar melody) Ah, six strings on a guitar. That was great counting. And now, Elmo knows some other
things that make music, (soul groove)
and some things that don’t. Oh, let’s dance. A trombone makes music. (trombone plays) Nice. A box doesn’t make music. (twinkling song) Unless it’s a music box. Ooh, very pretty. A birthday cake doesn’t make music. (guitar plays) But singing Happy Birthday is music. ♪ Happy birthday to you,
happy birthday to you ♪ Little birds make music, so do big birds. – La, la, la, la. (horn plays) – Drawer. Some of Elmo’s other
friends can make music, too. They’ll teach you at school, show them how to make their
own musical instruments. Dorothy, you can watch, too. Elmo’s friend Maura
learned how to make music with a plain old comb and some wax paper. (“Mary Had a Little Lamb”) Very good. (tinkling sounds) Next, Ruben made music by tapping on glasses filled with water. Hannah thought that was cool. So did Jesse. Yeah. (plucking sounds) Then Jesse made music by
putting some rubber bands around a box, and wiggling his
fingers across the strings. Wiggle, wiggle, wiggle. Last of all, Elmo’s friend
Hannah made music by hitting a pot with a spoon. Ruben thought that sounded silly. Then they all played together.
(instruments play) Wow. That’s a tune. – I love school. (banging sounds) – And that’s how Elmo’s
friends made music. Elmo wants to know more about music. How can Elmo find out more, hmmm? (tribal music) Look at that, Elmo can watch
the music channel on TV. – [Announcer] Welcome
to the Music Channel. Music, music, music. And now, for a golden oldie,
the very first music played in the entire world ever. – [Narrator] Once upon a
time, millions of years ago, there wasn’t any music. As a matter of fact, there
wasn’t any talking either. (grunts) The only sounds were sounds like the sound of a stream rushing by,
or the wind whistling through the trees, the sound of thunder in the sky, and of course there was grunting. (grunts)
Plenty of grunting. But there was no music. But then one day, out for a walk, a caveperson came upon a hollow stick. The caveperson blew into the hollow stick, and the caveperson
liked the sound it made. (grunts) So the caveperson took
the hollow stick back home to his cave, and practiced blowing. Then he blew it for the family, and the family liked the sounds, too. (grunting and clapping) So they called to the neighbors, and they grunted with delight. (grunts) Soon the stick player was joined by a hollow log player,
and a lead grunter. Together, they were the very first band playing the very first music. So from then on, every Tuesday night everyone would gather around and listen. The end. – [Announcer] Stay
tuned for The Music Man, The Sound of Music, and Name That Tune. – Thank you, TV. But Elmo wants to learn more about music. (cacophonous sounds) (accordion plays) – Hey, you want to know about music? I’ll tell you about
music, I’m an accordion. – Well, does an accordion make music, too? – Accordion to everyone
who plays me, I do. Yeah, see, I’ve got these
great keys and buttons you press to play me. – Oh, can Elmo play you?
– Of course. – Oh good. Hey, nothing happened, no music. – Well of course not, you
didn’t stretch my bellows. – Huh? Wow.
– Or squeeze it. – Elmo loves your bellow. Ooh, Elmo has a belly, see, see. And right here is a bellybutton. – But that’s not all,
kid, I can play soft. (accordion plays) – Ooh, pretty.
– And I can play loud. (accordion plays louder) – That’s loud.
– Mmhmm. I can play high notes.
(accordion plays high notes) – Wow.
– And I can play low notes. (accordion plays low notes) – That’s low. – And you know what, kid?
– What? – There are lots more
instruments that people can make music with.
– Really? – Mmhmm.
(clarinet plays) – Oh, excuse Elmo. Wow, well what’s that?
– That’s a clarinet. – Ooh, ooh, oooh, look,
look, look, look over there. Dorothy is imagining
Elmo playing a clarinet. (clarinet music plays) (drums kick in)
– There’s the drums. And my buddy the banjo.
(banjo plays along) And my friend the trumpet.
(trumpet plays along) (applause) See, there’s all kinds of
great music in the world, kid. – Yeah.
– Enjoy it. Well, see ya.
(accordion plays) – Elmo get the door. Bye accordion, bye. Elmo loves making music. You know, Elmo can even make
music by just doing this. (Elmo hums) Yeah, that’s called
humming, hum with Elmo. (Elmo hums Sesame Street theme) Very good. Elmo made a video of his
friend, Herry, humming, with this camera, it’s called, Herry Humming by Elmo. (playful music) Nice. (Herry hums Elmo’s World theme) And that’s Herry humming. (Elmo hums along) – How’d I look?
– Very good, Herry. – Thanks.
– Yeah, dabba, dabba, dabba, dabba, yup. Silly, Elmo loves music. Ahh, so does Dorothy, that’s why Dorothy wants us to sing The Music Song. Here we go. (plinking piano music) ♪ Music, music, music,
music, music, music, music ♪ Sing everybody ♪ Music, music, music,
music, music, music, music ♪ ♪ Music, music, music,
music, music, music, music ♪ ♪ Music, music, music,
music, music, music, music ♪ Say goodbye, Dorothy. Say goodbye, accordion.
– Bye. – Very good music. ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ (jazz music theme) ♪ Sweeping the clouds a- ♪ – Oh, Sesame Street was
brought to you today by the letter O. – O, o, o, o, o, o, o, o, o, o, o, o, o. – And by the number two. – Two, two, two, two. Two, two, two, two, two two.
– O, o, o, o, o, o, o. – O and two. There really is something in the air today that makes everybody want to sing. ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ – [Announcer] To learn
more about Sesame Street, visit us at PBSKids.org. (upbeat music) (Elmo laughs) (inspirational music)

Stephen Childs

100 Comments

  1. Elmo And Rosita Both Have Orange Noses πŸ‘ƒπŸ» And Black Mouths πŸ‘„

  2. I have 3 Autistic teenagers….Elmo & Sesame street have being a massive part of our lives from the time they were all diagnosed….the show episodes and elmo & friends help to keep my teenagers in a real happy place the smile on their faces is so beautiful..peaceful thanku Sesame street & team

  3. I … came here because of EXID I Love You… Is that okay??

  4. Love The "Two" Song at 18:31 Mark since first hearing it while watching with my 1 y.o . Now i sing it everyday to him while he plays .Might have to dedicate to my wife too πŸ˜†

  5. I never noticed this till now, but Big Bird was played and voiced by Matt Vogel during the Journey to Ernie segments!

  6. Elmo this is your friend Ethan Jagosh
    I am still your friend I love you ❀️ Elmo
    My birthday πŸŽ‚ was last Tuesday so I love you so much Elmo

  7. Elmo this is your friend Ethan you love toys 🧸 to playing with me and you so
    Want is your toy you like to playing with me I know you love playing ball with anything Friends so I am still your friend to I love you πŸ’•πŸ˜˜β€οΈ Elmo

  8. Hey Sesame Street!

    I love the amazing Friday episodes you made today!

    I wanna see more Sesame Street Friday episodes you’ll make every Friday!

  9. Hi Elmo this your friend Ethan you are so cute I love your TV πŸ“Ί shows to Elmo we are be friends for long time so I love you πŸ˜˜β€οΈπŸ’• to you are still your friend

  10. I. love elmo'sπŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ’™πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‹πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜

  11. 55:37 I get the joke! O and 2 put together, in science, It's oxygen!

  12. Sesame street was brought to you today by the letter O and by the number 2.

  13. can you please upload Episode 4038? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter G and the number 15

  14. just wondering
    how come elmo's world music is the only season 1 episode that shows the full elmo's song ending???
    For example go to elmo's world water episode n you'll see what i mean

  15. Can episode 4109 or 4110 be the next full episode on this channel

  16. Man, I don’t even remember watching this show when I was little (though I know that I did) and yet I got SUPER nostalgic when Elmo sang his song about playing with his friend.

  17. GUYS, YOU NEED TO READ THIS!
    If you pay attention to the handwriting on the chalkboard over the girl at 40:35 , it reads, β€œWouldn’t it be chilly without skin on?” OMG LIKE HOW DID NO ONE SEE THAT?? 🀣🀣🀣

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