BABY BEAR: Do you suppose, um, you know, you could save me one wee, little tiny taste? TELLY: I thought you were afraid you were get it on your nice, clean clothes. BABY BEAR: Um, well, I was, but, um, I believe that if I’m extra special, super careful, that will not be a problem.
Happy happy. Oh, hi there. Elmo was just practicing the Happy Dance. Do you want to learn the Happy Dance with Elmo? Cool. OK. Elmo will show you. OK, first, put your arms out like this. OK. Then, step one foot out like this. Step it back. Yeah. Now, hop hop. Yeah. You’re doing it.
[MUSIC PLAYING] ELMO: [SINGING] La la la. La la la. Elmo’s World. La la la. La la la. Elmo’s World. Elmo loves his goldfish. His crayon, too. [INAUDIBLE] [LAUGHING] ELMO: [SINGING] That’s Elmo’s World. ELMO: Dorothy. Dorothy. Dorothy. Oh, oh. Oh, hi! Welcome to Elmo’s World. Elmo’s so happy to see you. Oh, and so
MURRAY: You know, Ovejita takes me to a lot of schools. But today, she’s taking me to my favorite school. Do you know what it is? It’s preschool. I can’t wait to go to preschool! But, uh, where is my little lamb? Ovejita! Ovejita! [GIGGLING] MURRAY: Ovejita! OVEJITA: Hola, Murray! MURRAY: Are you ready to
ELMO: [LAUGHING] [HUMMING] GROVER: Um, Elmo? ELMO: Oh. Oh. Hi, Grover. GROVER: Yeah. Hi, Elmo. What are you doing? ELMO: Oh, well, Elmo made up a new way to walk. Oh, does Grover want to try? GROVER: Oh, why, certainly! Yes. Yes. How does it go? ELMO: Oh, like this. GROVER: Ah. BOTH: [HUMMING] GROVER:
[MUSIC PLAYING] BIG BIRD: You’re doing good. Be careful. Be careful. A little faster, though. Could you hurry it up? Baby’s coming. ELMO: Baby? What baby? BIG BIRD: You can’t go any faster, huh? GORDON: Big Bird, this crib is heavy. BIG BIRD: Yeah, but the baby’s going to be here any minute. ELMO: Big
ELMO: [SINGING] 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. That’s Elmo’s world. Hi. This is Elmo’s world. Yeah. Elmo is very happy to see you. And so is Dorothy. Say hello, Dorothy! Guess what Elmo
you and taking a look at the long-range forecasts continued snow darkness an extreme cold this is howard handupme good night as we discuss in many past videos sometimes writers like to sneak in fairly dark themes and otherwise family-friendly shows these could be in the form of what-if plots dream sequences or just a