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Sesame Street: Happy Halloween! | Halloween Compilation


ELMO AND ABBY: Happy Halloween! ELMO: What are you
for Halloween, Abby? ABBY: I am an argyle sock puppy. ELMO: Oh. ABBY: What are you, Elmo? ELMO: Oh, Elmo’s a robox, boy! [LAUGHS] [BEEPING SOUNDS] What
will you be for Halloween? ABBY: [LAUGHS] Yeah. ELMO: [LAUGHS] Ah! ABBY: [BARKS] ELMO: [BEEPING] [MUSIC PLAYING] GONZO: [SINGING] Saw a
monster in the mirror when I woke up today. A monster in my mirror,
but I did not run away. I did not shed a tear
or hide beneath my bed, though the monster looked at
me and this is what he said. He said, wubba, wubba,
wubba, woo, woo, woo. Wubba, wubba, wubba,
and a doodly-doo. He sang wubba, wubba,
wubba, so I sang it, too! Do not wubba me, or
I will wubba you! MONSTERS: [SINGING] Do not
wubba me, or I will wubba you. GONZO: [SINGING] Told the
monster in the mirror, no, I am not scared. Then I smiled at him and
thanked him for the song that we had shared. Well, the monster
thanked me too. He smiled right back, and
then the monster in the mirror sang his song again. He sang, wubba, wubba,
wubba, wubba, woo, woo, woo. Wubba, wubba, wubba,
and a doodly-doo. He went, wubba, wubba,
wubba, and I sang along! ‘Cause “Wubba, Wubba,
Wubba” is a monster song. MONSTERS: [SINGING]
“Wubba, wubba, wubba” is a monster song. GONZO: [SINGING] If your
mirror has a monster in it, do not shout. this kind of situation does
not call for freaking out. And do nothing that you
would not like to see him do, ’cause that monster in the
mirror, he just might be you. Singing, wubba, wubba,
wubba, wubba, woo, woo, woo. Wubba, wubba, wubba,
and a doodly-doo. Wubba, wubba, wubba,
you can join in too! MONSTERS: [SINGING] Wubba,
wubba, wubba, wubba! GONZO: [SINGING]
Yes, if you wubba me, then I will wubba you. MONSTERS: [SINGING] Yes, wubba
me, then I will wubba you. GONZO: [SINGING]
Going wubba, wubba, wubba is the thing to do. Every time you wubba
us, we’ll wubba you! MONSTER: We’ll wubba you. JACK BLACK: Hi, I’m Jack. ELMO: Yeah. And Elmo’s Elmo. JACK BLACK: And we’re
going to tell you about the most awesome word
in the whole wide world. ELMO: Oh, what’s
the word, Mr. Jack? What’s the word? JACK BLACK: OK. The word is “disguise.” ELMO: Disguise? JACK BLACK: “Disguise.” ELMO: Well, what’s a disguise? JACK BLACK: Disguise is when you
change the way something looks to make it hard to
tell what it is. ELMO: Oh, a disguise! JACK BLACK: You know what, Elmo? I happen to be a
master of disguise! ELMO: No! JACK BLACK: Oh yeah. In fact, I can totally
disguise myself, and you would never, ever,
ever, even know it was me. ELMO: No! JACK BLACK: Oh yeah! Check out my disguise
expertise in action. ELMO: Oh, OK. Let’s see this. Wow. Nice hat and glasses, Mr. Jack. JACK BLACK: Wait a minute. ELMO: What? JACK BLACK: You knew it was me? ELMO: Yes. JACK BLACK: Then you
saw through my disguise! ELMO: Well, Elmo guess so. JACK BLACK: OK, all right. I just have to dig
a little deeper in my treasure
trove of disguises. ELMO: Oh. OK. JACK BLACK: Excuse me. ELMO: Elmo will excuse you. Mr. Jack is funny! JACK BLACK: What? You knew it was me again? ELMO: Yes. JACK BLACK: But what
about my disguise? ELMO: Oh. Oh, sorry. JACK BLACK: That’s it. I’m done. I guess my powers of disguise
are no longer potent. I give up. ELMO: Oh but, NMr. Jack, where are you going? [CLUCKING] Oh, Mr. Chicken, have
you seen Mr. Jack Black? JACK BLACK: Ah-hah! My disguise worked! ELMO: Mr. Jack Black? JACK BLACK: That’s right. It’s me! I totally disguised
myself as a chicken. ELMO: Wow! Nice disguise. JACK BLACK: Thank you. Disguise! ELMO: Wow. JACK BLACK: [CLUCKS] Whoop. I think I just laid an egg. ELMO: Mr. Jack is good! JACK BLACK: Yes, I am. BERT: Wow. These boring stories
are really exciting. Whoo! ERNIE: I just got
this disguise kit, and it says, fool your friends. It says, with these
disguises, even your best friend
won’t recognize you. So what I’m going
to do is I’m going to go outside, and
put one of them on, and come back in, and
fool my old buddy, Bert. Hey, Bert. I’m going outside now. Bye. Hey. Listen, Bert. I’m not going to be back for a
long time, so if someone comes, go to the door please. OK? BERT: Um, whatever, Ernie. Oh, I don’t believe this. The prince just drank
a glass of water! [KNOCKING ON DOOR] ERNIE: Yo-ho-ho, avast
and shiver me timbers! Have you seen my
mizzenmast, sir? It’s mizzen. BERT: Ernie, you’re a fool. ERNIE: He recognized me. Probably just a lucky guess. I’ll try again and
really fool him. I have more than one disguise. Hey, Bert. I’m very sorry I disturbed you. I’m going out again, and I won’t
be back for a long, long time! [KNOCKING ON DOOR] BERT: Come in. ERNIE: Excuse me, sir. I seem to be lost. Can you direct me
to Granny’s house? BERT: I don’t believe this. Ernie, Little Riding Hood
did not have a beard. Now will you just leave me alone
with those silly disguises? ERNIE: OK, I’m sorry, Bert. I won’t bother you anymore. I’ll just go out
and check the mail. BERT: Uh-huh. Uh-huh. Sure, Ernie. Sure, sure, sure. Oh, boy. [SIGHS] [KNOCKING ON DOOR] Ugh! OK, that does it. That does it. I– I’ve just about
had it, Ernie. Really, I’m just sitting,
trying to read here, and all you do is
disturb me with these– WOLF: [GROWLS] BERT: That is the silliest
disguise I’ve ever seen. Ernie, Ernie, will you
stop it with the chair? Stop it, Ernie. Ernie, will you– will
you leave the chair alone? ERNIE: Hey, Bert? BERT: What? ERNIE: Are you talking to me? BERT: Yes, I am. Will you please leave this– WOLF: [ROARING] BERT: What! ERNIE: Who’s that, Bert? BERT: Ernie, Ernie
what’s going on? Help me! Ernie, here I come. Let me out. Here I come, Ernie! KIDS: [GROWLING AND HOWLING] ELMO: Come on, Kelly. Come on, Sally. That was really fun. ZOE: Wow. Welcome to Sesame Street. ELMO: Happy Halloween! TELLY: Yeah, we’re
so happy to see you. ELMO: Yeah. Elmo loves Halloween. There’s so many
fun things to do! ZOE: That’s for sure. Hey, what should we do? TELLY: I don’t know. ELMO: Let’s think. Let’s think. Hmm. Ah-hah-hah! ZOE: What? ELMO: How about
Halloween costumes? ZOE: Yeah. Yeah, Halloween costumes! Let’s dress up in
Halloween costumes! TELLY: Oh boy! I love costumes! What are we gonna dress as, huh? ELMO: That’s a good question. ZOE: Yeah. There are so many choices. TELLY: I can imagine
myself in a crown. ZOE: I can imagine
I’m dressed in a gown. Wow! ELMO: Elmo is dressed as the
grouchiest grouch in town. [LAUGHS] ELMO, TELLY, AND ZOE:
[SINGING] What can I be? I need to see. What’s right for me? What can I be? What can I be? ZOE: I can imagine
that I’m really tall. Got a great jump shot
when I play basketball! TELLY: I can imagine
that I have three sides. I’ve got three angles. I’m a triangle guy. Ah! ELMO: Elmo can imagine
soaring through the skies. Elmo, astronaut,
explorer– off to Mars! ELMO, TELLY, AND ZOE:
[SINGING] What can I be? I need to see. What’s right for me? What can I be? TELLY: So many things to be. It’s hard to choose. ELMO, TELLY, AND ZOE:
[SINGING] What can I be? I need to see. ZOE: We need to see! ELMO, TELLY, AND ZOE:
[SINGING] What’s right for me? What can I be? ELMO: Yeah! TELLY: What can I be? ZOE: What I be? ELMO, TELLY, AND ZOE:
[SINGING] What can I be? TELLY: Well, what
are we waiting for? ELMO: Yeah. Let’s go. TELLY: Let’s go get dressed! Whoa! ELMO: Elmo’s a cowboy. ZOE: I’m a princess. TELLY: And I’m a superhero! ELMO: Uh, Telly? TELLY: Hm? ELMO: Telly’s not a superhero. Telly’s a wedge of cheese. TELLY: Not just any
wedge of cheese, a super wedge of cheese! See? I’m wearing a cape. ZOE: Oh. Is this the magic
tricks and treats party? MUMFORD THE MAGICIAN: Nope. This looks like a pumpkin patch. My wand must have
taken a wrong turn. I’d better go ask
for directions. ELMO: Elmo, Zoe, and Telly will
wait right here, Mr. Mumford! TELLY: Wow. I’ve never been in a
pumpkin patch before. ELMO: Yeah, Elmo neither, Telly. It’s cool! ZOE: And orange. TELLY: And pumpkin-y. [RINGING] Who are you? SURPRISE MONSTER 1: We’re
the surprise monsters. We love to surprise everyone. SURPRISE MONSTER 2: Yeah. We especially like
to surprise everyone in the pumpkin
patch on Halloween! SURPRISE MONSTER 1: Yeah. TELLY: I– I was sure surprised. Yeah. ZOE: I was surprised too. ELMO: Elmo too. SURPRISE MONSTER 1: All right. Well, then our
work here is done. ELMO: Wow. Elmo didn’t know pumpkin
patches could be so surprising. PUMPKIN: Very surprising. TELLY: Hey. You’re a talking pumpkin! PUMPKIN: That’s right. I’m a talking pumpkin, and I got
lots of things to talk about. ELMO: Like what, pumpkin? PUMPKIN: Well, like
all the great stuff you can do with us
pumpkins this time of year. ZOE: What kind of stuff? PUMPKIN: Pumpkin stuff. Look. Check it out. THE COUNT: [SINGING] In old
Transylvania, when I was a lad, our castle was cold,
yet we never were sad. We learned to be happy. We danced round the hall,
and learning to count was the key to it all. By counting each count I
knew just where to start. And one special step has
stayed close to my heart! Ha, ha, ha. One, two, three. Spread out the cape. One, two, three. Twirl round the floor. One, two, three. Left foot, you swing. One, two, three. Then start to sing. One, two, three. Loud as you please. One, two, three. Counting with ease.Ba
One, two, three. Doing the Batty Bat. BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! Won’t you dance with
me doing the Batty Bat? Oh. Oh, my happy childhood in
the Carpathian Mountains. How well I remember. So now in my own castle, I
can enjoy this wonderful dance that I learned as a boy. I see just how I wise
was my whole family. They taught me to count,
and so now look at me. I’m counting and dancing. And I swear that it’s true. If you do the same,
you will be happy too! Come, we try again! One, two, three. Spread out the cape. One, two, three. Twirl ’round the floor. One, two, three. Left foot, you swing. One, two, three. Then start to sing. One, two, three. Loud as you please. One, two, three. Counting with ease. One, two, three. Doing the Batty Bat! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! Dance with me,
doing the Batty Bat! Ah-ha! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: Hahaha. BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
One, two, three, count! BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: Ah, yes. Batty Bat. BATS: [SINGING] Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty,
Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty, Batty Bat. THE COUNT: Yes, yes. Batty, Batty, Batty Bat! Oh, come dance with me,
doing the Batty Bat! [CREAKING] WALTER: Wh– what was that? PRAIRIE GIRL: It is
just the door creaking. That is all. WALTER: E– everybody says
that this old place is haunted. PRAIRIE GIRL: Oh, no. It is just a deserted house. And no one lives here. That is all. [RINGING] WALTER: Ah! WALTER: What was that? PRAIRIE GIRL: There is
nothing to be frightened of. It’s just this old
grandfather clock chiming. WALTER: Oh, I’m
still kind of scared. [WIND BLOWS] PRAIRIE GIRL: Oh, look. WALTER: Listen to that. It– it’s– somebody’s moaning. PRAIRIE GIRL: No, Walter. It is nothing to
be frightened of. It is just the
sound of the wind. [THUNDER] WALTER: Ah! Help! Wha– what’s that? PRAIRIE GIRL: It is just
thunder and lightning. There is nothing to
be frightened of. Relax. WALTER: Well, I
guess you’re right. PRAIRIE GIRL: Sure. [SQUEAKING] WALTER: Oh, look at that. A cute, little, white mousey. PRAIRIE GIRL: Eek! A mouse, a mouse! Oh, that is something
to be frightened of. Eek! WALTER: Don’t be
scared, little mousey. Hm? [OMINOUS ORGAN MUSIC PLAYING] [THUNDER] THE COUNT: [SINGING]
Fell your fingers. Feel your toes. Grab your elbow. Pinch your nose. Touch your ankle. Tap your knees. Give your chin a little squeeze. You’ll feel something
hard inside, and it cannot be denied. What you feel seems
hard as stone, and it’s something
called “the bone.” Oh, there are bones,
bones, bones, bones, bones inside of you. Bones, bones, bones, bones,
more than just a few. So many you can count them. Amazing, but it’s true. There are bones, bones, bones,
bones, bones inside of you. There are bones
inside your hand, in your feet to help you stand,
in your elbow and your heel, lots of lovely bones to feel. Though your bones
are hard to see, still you have
them just like me. They are not outside but in. Yes, they’re
underneath your skin! Yes, there are bones,
bones, bones, bones, bones inside of you. Bones, bones, bones, bones,
more than just a few. So many you can count them. Amazing, but it’s true. There are bones, bones, bones,
bones, bones inside of you. Now, when you put all
those bones together, you may come up with
something you call a skeleton. Remember that word. It’s one of my favorites. And now, boy and
girls, I will tell you what happens if you
didn’t have any bones. If you had no bones at all,
then you couldn’t run or throw. And you couldn’t stand
up straight or eat dinner off your plate. Without bones we’d
all fall down, just like puddles on the ground,
just like melted ice cream cones, if we didn’t
have our bones! Yes, there are bones,
bones, bones, bones, bones inside of you. Bones, bones, bones, bones,
more than just a few. So many you can’t count them. Amazing, but it’s true! There are bones, bones, bones,
bones, bones inside of you. Ah, and now the most fun of all. I will count all the
bones I can think of. The toe bone. That’s one. The heel bone is two. Ankle bone three, chin
bone four, knee bone five, hip bone six, rib bones, that’s
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14– I love counting bones! [LAUGHS] Besides, it
makes me ticklish. [THUNDER] MURRAY MONSTER: Hey,
Liberty Science Center, can I build a machine
to move a ball? KIDS: Let’s find out. MURRAY MONSTER: Oh boy! WOMAN: What we
probably want to do, Murray, is combine
these simple machines to make a more compound machine,
a whole bunch of machines working together. MURRAY MONSTER: Yes, we’ll
put all the machines together and make one big machine!

Stephen Childs

94 Comments

  1. This show is subliminally about substance abuse. If you can't see all the addiction related messages you're blind
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  5. Sounds like Bert's reading Twitter, "The Prince just drank a glass of water!"

  6. Who is over the age expectation but still loves to watch Sesame Street

  7. hi!! please can you translate this videos to spanish My kids loves elmo but there`s no to much videos to see on spanish please that would be amazing

  8. watching this with my young cousin – Telly looks like Bill Cipher

  9. Monster in the Mirror has to be one of the best Sesame Street songs. At 39, I keep playing it on repeat for my 2 year old daughter and we both love it. Thank you, Sesame Street, for a great childhood for me and now my little girl. I've been a fan since 1979. 😎

  10. The count will always be my favorite. <3 i miss that whole halloween movie where the count's castle scared elmo so bad.

  11. Ugfthhfckqadfhlk Well somehow the time is the weather fairytale is always with you it will never ever do you ammo I ameni

  12. I am out it’s got a good time to go get some breakfast I wanna was a little while ago and I’m just getting home now
    I’m just not going on a trip or not B but be a bubble machine well I am on a musical musical musical girl by girl bad girl bad girl why would you know I am I don’t know what you doing girl but you got to be careful what are you doing with my baby girl Ava girl what you doing girl I see a girls btI have a girl what you doing girl it’s like 17 o’clock🥰😈😅😇😭😘💪🏽🧒🏿👩🏿‍🦱👱🏿‍♂️👱🏿‍♂️🧔🏿👦👦🏻 the day y’all had the best app I would buy this app it was

  13. Now I see what you mean actually teenagers don’t go trick or treating it’s only for kids anyway.

  14. Please tell me how Jack the rooster not a chicken can lay an egg? What type of messages are we sending to our children? This is not okay. I'll definitely sending a letter to Sesame Street.

  15. A Nightmare On My Street (Full Version)
    by Jailbreak-P x Dixie Flatline ft Hatsune Miku, DJ Snazzy Jazz & Fresh Prince, Kagamine Rin, Megurine Luka, Kasane Teto
    Animation:Sega Project Diva Dreamy Theater:Halloween Special Edition
    Translation:TheNeverLandPirateVevo
    YouTube Channel:Ryuu Tensai x PKAtora
    (Vocaloid x DJ Snazzy Snaz, Will Smith)
    わたしなのようにするですおどるんただせずにうたいなのいるだよ
    だからにもするのにすぐには, ヤコトハバゥにはいってないひかりないゆくなんてなの
    Laid down to sleep it was a nightmare on my street!

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