Dinosaur on Sesame Street | Sesame Street Full Episode


(upbeat music) ♪ Sunny day ♪ ♪ Sweepin’ the clouds away ♪ ♪ On my way to where the air is sweet ♪ – Hello Dorothy! ♪ Can you tell me how to get? ♪ ♪ How to get to Sesame Street ♪ – Ah ha! – Um num num ♪ Come and play ♪ – Ah ha ha! ♪ Everything’s A-okay ♪ ♪ Friendly neighbors there ♪
– Whoops! ♪ That’s where we meet ♪ ♪ Can you tell me 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 Sesame Street ♪ (moaning) – Ah huh? (upbeat music) – [Bob] Hey Allen. – Hey how are ya, Gordon
your salad’s almost done. – Oh great, thanks Allen. Call me when it’s ready, okay. – Sure. Oh, hi! Welcome to Sesame Street. (ground rumbling) Woho ho Something must be jumping rope again. (upbeat quirky music) Did you just see that? No, for a minute I could
swear I saw a dinosaur. (upbeat quirky music) No, no, couldn’t be. All right, one tossed salad comin’ up. (upbeat quirky music) All right Gordon your salad’s ready. (upbeat quirky music) (dinosaur crunching) (gasping) – Hmm, huh. – I don’t believe my eyes! You’re a dinosaur! – Yeah, that’s right, my name’s Herb, short for Herbivore the Plant Eater. What’s yours? – Oh, um, I’m Allen. But you can’t be a dinosaur. Dinosaurs are extinct. – Oh! Extinct! No, what’s extinct? – Well it means that there
aren’t any dinosaurs any more. – Oh well no wonder I haven’t
seen one in 65 million years. I was beginnin’ to wonder. (laughs) – Hey what are you doin’ on Sesame Street? – Oh, just havin’ lunch. Mmm, this tree is delish. – Oh well, that’s not
a tree, that’s a salad. – A salad? But it’s got leaves. – Those are lettuce leaves. See I put them in a bowl with carrots and tomatoes to make a salad. – Leaves, in a bowl. Never heard of puttin’
leaves in a bowl before, (laughs) talk about
your convenience foods. Yeah I’ve been gettin’ my
leaves from up in a tree for over 150 million years. Have I got a crick in my neck. (both laughing) Well, uh, thanks for the salad, Allen. I never had a salad before. – Oh, I am glad you liked it. – Oh I sure did, you know what they say, it’s good to try new foods
every 150 million years. See you later alligator. (ground rumbling) – Oh! Wait! Wait! Come back! – Ah boy, Allen, where’s my salad? – The dinosaur ate it. – The dinosaur ate it? (Gordon laughing) What dinosaur? – [Allen] Didn’t you see him? He was just here! – That’s very funny Allen. A dinosaur. No, but really, could you
please make me a salad? I’m really hungry! – But, but, (sighs) sure. – A dinosaur on Sesame Street,
yeah, that’s good, Allen. That’s a really good one (upbeat quirky music) (tinkly music) – I want the doll. – No, I want the doll. – No, I want the doll. – No, no, no Zoe, I want the doll! – Rosita, I want the dol! – I saw it first, I want the doll. – Please can I have the doll. – Oh, oh, oh, Rosita! Look, look! Do you see what I see. – I don’t know, do you see a dinosaur? – Yes! – Hi girls, I’m Herbivore the Plant Eater. But you can call me Herb. – Hi, Herb. I’m Zoe. – And I’m Rosita! – Are you two having a big fight? – Well, we were just
arguing over this doll. – Yeah, we both want to play with it. – Um hm hm. – Oh, oh, I can help with that. See when I was growin’
up my dinosaur friends and I used to argue all the time. – You argued over dolls? – No. Sticks. – Sticks? – Yeah, yeah, yeah, well at first, – What did you do? – Well first we would
stand very far apart, now go ahead, try it. – Oh. – Okay. ( both grunting) – Like this? – Uh huh, that’s it, then
we would run together as fast as we could and try
to knock each other over. – What?
– Huh? – Huh, crash, whoever was
left standing got the stick. – But, but Herb we can’t do that. We might get hurt! – Yeah, what she said. – Ah, well, come to think
of it, we did get hurt. A lot. And after that nobody felt
like playin’ with the stick. – Sure.
– Uh huh. – Well I guess you won’t be
able to play with the doll. – Well, wait, I just got an idea. – Really? – We could take turns. – You’re a genius,
that’s a wonderful idea! – Oh, thank you. – Oh it sure is. Takin’ turns! – [Zoe] Yes. – What’s takin’ turns? – Oh well, – Um, one of us gets
to play with the doll. – Yes. – Then the other gets
a turn to play with it. – Right. – Oh, okay, you have the first
turn Zoe reach, here right. – Oh look, thank you so much Rosita. – Oh you’re welcome. – Thank you. – And no one gets hurt? – No.
– No. – Oh well, takin’ turns, you learn somethin’ new ever
million years, like clockwork! (upbeat music) ♪ You learn somethin’ new ♪ ♪ Every million years ♪ ♪ Something you didn’t know before ♪ ♪ Like takin’ turns ♪ ♪ Or ridin’ a bike ♪ – Cool! ♪ Or how to spot ♪ ♪ A carnivore ♪ – [Both] A carnivore? ♪ Even the know it all
can still know more ♪ ♪ Whether you’re a kid or a dinosaur ♪ ♪ Just open your eyes ♪ ♪ And open your ears ♪ ♪ And you’ll learn somethin’ new ♪ ♪ Every million years ♪ – Why not! – Boy love the rhythm ♪ You change, you learn somethin’ new ♪ ♪ Every million years ♪ ♪ Somethin’ you simply can’t ignore ♪ – Take it! ♪ A brand new dance ♪ ♪ Or counting to ten ♪ ♪ Or how to avoid a tyrannosaur ♪ – [Both] A tyrannosaur! – Where! – Don’t worry, I hear they’re extinct. ♪ Just open your eyes ♪ ♪ And open your ears ♪ ♪ And you’ll learn somethin’ new ♪ ♪ Every million years ♪ (Rosita and Zoe laughing) – Nice. – That was wonderful, would you like to play dolls with us, Herb? – Oh yeah, and it’s much
more fun than sticks. – Wo ho, that sounds fun, but maybe later, ’cause right now I
gotta lot more to learn. – Okay – Bye. – Okay. – Bye Herb!
– Adios! (ground rumbling) – Adios! – Wow! He was really nice. – Yeah, and (speaking in foreign language) (children laughing) – Oh hi! – Hi! – We were just about to
sing the Alphabet Song. – Yeah! – You want to sing along with us? Are you ready kids? – [Children] Yeah! – Big Bird, Big Bird, can
dinosaur sing along too? – Uh, dinosaur? – Yeah. – What dinosaur I don’t see any dinosaur? – Look that dinosaur! – Hey Elmo, you know something? – What? – There aren’t any dinosaurs any more. – Is Big Bird sure? – Yes, I know these things. I’m six years old. – But, but, but, Big Bird, Big Bird! – Okay Birdkateers, are you all ready? – [Children] Yes! (upbeat music) ♪ A, B, C, D, E, ♪ – Hey, hey, hey, hey! I love that song! – Oh, why you’re a dinosaur! – Yes I am and my name’s Herb. Short for Herbivore the Plant Eater. – Oh, well, hi Herb. I’m Big Bird the birdseed eater. – [Herb] Hello. – And this is Elmo. – Yeah, yeah, the peanut butter
and jelly sandwich eater. – How do you do. – Yeah and these are all the Birdkateers. – [Children] Hi! – Pleased to meet ya. – But, Big Bird said that there aren’t any dinosaurs any more. – Oh yeah, I’m the only one. Just me. Oh and my cousin Shirley in Ganarsee. But I haven’t seen Shirley
in 150 million years. Where does the time go? – Does, Mr. Dinosaur, want to sing the Alphabet Song with us? – What’s the Alphabet? – Oh, you know. The letters. – Oh, the letters. We didn’t have the letters
150 million years ago. We just had the song. Yeah, we used to get together
and sing it all the time. We never knew why. – Oh, well, why don’t we show you. Come on. – Okay!
– Yeah! ♪ A, B, C, D, E, F, G, ♪ ♪ H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P ♪ ♪ Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z ♪ ♪ Now I’ve sung my ABC ♪ ♪ Next time won’t you sing with me ♪ – Oh that was great! The alphabet, what’ll they think of next! Well, I’m off to learn somethin’ else. Remember, you’re never to
old to learn somethin’. – Bye bye!
– Bye! – Bye!
– Bye! (all laughing)
(ground rumbling) – Wow, a dinosaur on Sesame Street. Maybe we should go to tell Gordon huh? – No, can we sing the
Alphabet Song again first? Elmo loves the Alphabet Song. – Yeah, why not? ♪ A, B, C, D, E, F, G, ♪ ♪ H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P ♪ ♪ Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y and Z ♪ ♪ Now I’ve sung my ABC ♪ ♪ Next time won’t you sing with me ♪ – Yay! – You were great! – Oh I’m sorry Slimey but I
can’t play with you right now. I have to give Fluffy her bath. (Fluffy moaning) Okay Fluffy why don’t you just
go down and get in the tub, start to soak. (Fluffy groaning) – Hi Oscar! (Oscar moaning) Hi Slimey! – [Slimey] Hi! – Oh, Oscar, how come Slimey looks so sad? – Well if you must know, Miss Nosiness, it’s because he is sad. He want’s me to play with
him now, but I can’t. I have to give Fluffy her bath. (Fluffy moaning) – Hey, hey go jump in the tub. (Fluffy moaning) (Fluffy crashing) Well, don’t worry Slimey, maybe somebody else will
play with you, like you. You with the long neck. – Oscar, I don’t have a long neck. – No, no, not you, him. – Agh! Oscar, that’s a dinosaur! – Yeah, you can call me Herb. – Hey, I don’t care who you are, as long as you don’t
mind playin’ with worms. – Oh, gee, I’ve never
played with a worm before. I’ve been meanin’ to learn
how for a million years. I just never got around to it. – Well, seize the day Herb. Slimey will show you how to play. Okay, little guy. Get ready, go climb onto
the dinosaur, here you go. Upsy Daisy. (laughing) – [Slimey] Whee, ha, ha! Whoa! (laughing) – I never knew playin’ with a
worm could be this much fun. Live and learn. – Whee, yahoo!
– Wow! I can’t believe I’m seeing this! – I know, that’s one happy worm. – Oh, not Slimey, Oscar! I mean the dinosaur. – [Slimey] Whee! – Yeah, he look happy too.
– Yeah! – Why shouldn’t he be? There’s nothin’ better
than playin’ with the worm. – [Slimey] Whee, ha, ha! Whoo! Ha ha! (Fluffy moaning) – All right, hold your horses Fluffy. – A dinosaur on Sesame Street.
– Yahoo! – Wait’ll I tell everybody!
– Whee! – [Slimey] Ride, ride! – What’s that Slimey, you say
you want to go for a ride? – [Slimey] Yeah! – Well let’s go!
– Yahoo! (upbeat music) – Wait til you see Gordon, this is great! – See what? – Oh, I don’t understand,
he was here a minute ago. – Who? – The dinosaur. – Oh, not you too! – Oh you saw him? – Maria, don’t you think
if there were a dinosaur on Sesame Street I would have seen him? – Believe me Gordon, there’s
a dinosaur on Sesame Street! – Maria! Gordon! Did you see the dinosaur? – Yeah, his name if Herb. – Yes!
– No! – Hey, hey, you guys saw the dinosaur too. – Yes!
– No! Now, now listen everybody, Look, I know you guys
think you saw a dinosaur, but there aren’t any
dinosaurs around anymore. They’re extinct. Trust me, I’m a science teacher. – Well, I guess you have
to see it to believe it. – Hey, c’mon, let’s to to Hoopers, I’ll get us some ice cream, and we can compare dinosaur notes. – Okay!
– Okay! – No thanks. (sighing) (laughing) A dinosaur on Sesame Street? (laughing) (ground rumbling) – Ride ’em Slimey!
– Go Herby, go Herby go! (upbeat music) – No. It couldn’t be. Could it? (upbeat music) (monsters gurgling) – Wahoo! (tinkly music) (monsters gurgling) (monsters groaning) (monsters squealing) (monsters gurgling) (monsters laughing) (monsters gurgling) (monsters groaning) (monsters gurgling) (monsters squealing) – [Child] Up, down. Up, down. – [Child] The ball’s up, the ball’s down. – [Child] Up. – [Child] Down. – [Children] Up, up, up down. (tinkly music) – Hi, me here with letter W. Me think, oh well, that look like W. Ah, you listen, wah, wah, wah, yep that sound like W. Hmm, hmm, me wonder if it taste like W. Ha, ha, no, no, no, no, no, no no, no, no. No and no. Me not eat letter of day. Um, even though it, um, ha,
ha, it written on delicious, no, no, no, no, no, me not even say what letter W written on, yeah, if me say it, me might eat it. Ah, ah, what me do. Ah, how me distract meself. Me got it. Me think of other things,
that begin with letter W. Like, uh, water. Ah ha, that good one. Ah, wheel, yeah, ah ah, whale. ♪ La, la, la ♪ – Hello Cookie Monster. – Ah, ah, walrus. – Walrus? – Um, wiggle. – Walrus, what? Cookie, Cookie, hello Cookie Monster. – Window. – It’s me! Prairie Dawn! – Willow. – What are you talking about! – What, what, what, – Ah what were you so
deep in thought about. I have been tryin’ to get your attention. – Yeah, me trying to
think about all the words that begin with letter W. Yeah, so me no eat it. Um, um. – Oh, I see, a little mind over matter. – Yeah, yeah, whatever. Hey that good one too. – Oh, you know, I’m very proud of you! – Yeah. – You know what? You taught the letter W
without eating the cookie. – Cookie! – What! (cookie crunching) – No, no, oh no. Oh dear. I guess I spoke to soon. – Ah! (sad music) Wonderful! (tinkly music) ♪ W, w watch it go round ♪ ♪ W makes a wah, wah, wah, wah sound ♪ ♪ W stands for wish,
wash whoosh and well ♪ ♪ It’s the W waltz and wowie it’s swell ♪ ♪ W waltz and wowie it’s swell ♪ – [Announcer] W. (tinkly music) – [Man] W. Wah. Wacky wild Waldo wore water wings while watching the waves of the sea. He wistfully noticed a wilting
white lotus, whispered, – Why don’t we watch you see. (upbeat music) – [Man] W. Wah. (mechanical clicking) – [Woman] Who wants to make the W? – [Children] Me! (tinkly music) (upbeat music) – [Children] W. (dramatic music) (tinkly music) (upbeat music) ♪ Dancin’ with the flowers ♪ ♪ Having fun for hours ♪ ♪ Look up to the sky ♪ ♪ Look down to the ground ♪ ♪ Bounce up and down ♪ ♪ And spin all around ♪ ♪ Dancing with the trees ♪ ♪ Swaying in the breeze ♪ ♪ Sway to the side ♪ ♪ To the other side too ♪ ♪ Sway back and forth ♪ ♪ Let the wind blow you ♪ ♪ Now I’m dancing with the sun ♪ ♪ We’re having so much fun ♪ ♪ Reach your arms up high ♪ ♪ Reach your arms down low ♪ ♪ Reach your arms out far ♪ ♪ As far as they go ♪ ♪ Dancing everyone ♪ ♪ Flowers and trees and sun ♪ – Oh hi! You’re just in time
for the Breakfast Club! – [Children] Yay! – Hey, you want to be a member? – It’s easy. All you have to do is
be a breakfast eater. – The most important meal of the day. – Right. (upbeat music) ♪ The Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Join the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Don’t let your energy
go glub, glub, glub ♪ ♪ Have a morning meal ♪ ♪ You’ll see how good you feel ♪ ♪ Be a member of the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Eat your breakfast eggs ♪ ♪ Put some strength in your legs ♪ ♪ A bowl of cereal is AM material ♪ ♪ Some juicy fresh fruit
makes your engine go toot ♪ ♪ The Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Join the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Don’t let your energy
go glub, glub glub ♪ ♪ Have a morning meal ♪ ♪ You’ll see how good you feel ♪ ♪ Be a member of the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ ♪ If you’re goin’ to school ♪ ♪ Eating breakfast is the rule ♪ ♪ Or going on a hike ♪ ♪ Or with your body on a trike ♪ ♪ Just listen to the song ♪ ♪ With breakfast you can’t go wrong ♪ – Was Elmo late for the Breakfast Club? – No, just grab a bowl
and spoon, everybody – Okay! ♪ Oooo ♪ ♪ The Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Join the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Don’t let your energy
go glub, glub, glub ♪ ♪ Have a morning meal ♪ ♪ You’ll see how good you feel ♪ ♪ Be a member of the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Come along and be a member
of the Breakfast Club ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ – Oh boy! (children and muppets chattering) – Can I see? – Yeah, pretty soon if you do – What’s this? – That’s an um, C7 and you know if you get a minor chord then
we can do Waltzing Matilda. – But aren’t we gonna do Jump Up? – We can do that one. I’m just thinkin’, oh
you know what else is, um, Heart and Soul. You forgot about that. (banjo twanging) – One, two, three, four ♪ Jump up ♪ ♪ Day is breakin’ ♪ ♪ Jump up ♪ ♪ Let’s get shakin’ ♪ ♪ I know you’re lyin’ down ♪ ♪ Jump up and we’ll dance around ♪ ♪ Jump up ♪ ♪ Bells are ringin’ ♪ ♪ And I hear friends a’singin’ ♪ ♪ Oh yeah ♪ ♪ It’s a crazy sound ♪ ♪ Jump up and we’ll dance around ♪ ♪ Jump up ♪ ♪ Stand on your tiptoes ♪ ♪ Reach out ♪ ♪ Grab a rainbow ♪ ♪ Turnin’ upside down ♪ ♪ Jump up and we’ll dance around ♪ ♪ Jump up ♪ ♪ Bow to passing ♪ ♪ Look up ♪ ♪ Sky is laughing and I
know well be laughing too ♪ ♪ Jump out I want to dance with you ♪ (people squealing) (children cheering) ♪ Jump up you know I love you ♪ ♪ That’s right ♪ ♪ I love, love, love you ♪ ♪ You be shinin’ down ♪ ♪ Jump up and we’ll dance around ♪ ♪ Jump up and we’ll dance around ♪ ♪ Jump up and we’ll dance around ♪ (children cheering) – [Man] Good dancin’! (tinkly music) (upbeat music) – [Narrator] And now, Sesame
Street proudly presents, Cave Person Days. The show that tells you how
things were way back when. Today’s episode taking out the trash. Once upon a time a long,
long time ago it was, there lived a young cave
boy who loved nothing better than playing his drum. The young cave boy loved
playing his drums so much, that he would sometimes
forget to do his chores and his father would have to remind him. – Ooga ooga mooga. – [Narrator] His father
would say, which meant, – Son, all you ever do is play that drum. And it makes you forget to do your chores. Look at this crumpled piece
of paper I found on the floor. You forgot to take it to the garbage dump. – Mooga, ooga, ooga – [Narrator] The son said, which meant, – Gee, I’m sorry Dad, I’ll take this crumpled
piece of paper down to the garbage dump right away. I’ll see you in a couple of hours. – [Narrator] So the cave
boy would take the one piece of crumpled paper all the
way to the garbage dump. (clock ticking) (drum music) And then he’d come back and
start playing his drum again. Pretty soon, just as before
his father would come in. – Ooga mooga – [Narrator] His father said, which meant, – Drum, drum, drum, all you
ever do is play that drum. Now look at this empty
dinosaur juice container. It was just now on the floor of the cave. You forgot to take it to the garbage dump. – Ooga, – [Narrator] Said the son. Which meant, – Sorry Dad, I’ll have to take that empty
dinosaur juice container to the garbage dump right now. Oh, boy, I just wish somebody
would invent something so I wouldn’t have to make a separate trip to the dump each time there
was one piece of trash to throw away, I wish I could
take a whole bunch of trash to the dump at the same time. – Mooga. – [Narrator] Said the father, which meant, – Dreamer. – [Narrator] And then the father said, – Ooga, ooga. – [Narrator] Which meant,
and until you remember to do your chores, there
will be no more drum playing around here, young man. I want you to turn your
drum upside down right now, go ahead, that’s it, so you
won’t be able to play it. (son moaning) – Mooga! – [Narrator] Said the son, which meant, – Look Dad, the drum is turned upside down and now watch this. I can throw the empty
dinosaur juice container in it like this, and I can throw this crumpled piece of
paper in it, like this. And this ball of Saber tooth tiger fur, right here, look at that. In fact, I can throw a
whole lot of trash in here and wait until it’s full
before I go to the dump! – Mooga! – [Narrator] Said the Father, which meant, – Son, that is brilliant! You know what you’ve done? You have just invented
the first trash can! (heavenly music) – Oh! – And now you can just take
the trash out once a day, I am proud of you son. – Oh mooga, ooga, ooga,
ooga, mooga, mooga, mooga, ooga, ooga, mooga, mooga,
ooga, ooga, ooga, ooga, oooga, mooga, mooga, mooga,
mooga, mooga, mooga, mooga, ooga – [Narrator] Said the son, which meant, – Thanks Dad. – [Narrator] And because the
father was so proud of his son for inventing the first trash can, the father went to the music store. (clock ticking) And came back and said. – Mooga! – [Narrator] Which meant, – Look son, I went to the store
and bought you a new drum. Play away! – Mooga! – [Narrator] Said the son, which meant, – Gee Father, I am so overwhelmed by your gracious generosity,
so hang loose dudes, ’cause I’m going to wail! (trash can banging) – [Narrator] And so everybody was happy, and we hope you’ll tune again soon for another episode of Cave Person Days. (upbeat music) (can sliding) (cat meowing) – [Woman] Okay, okay, I know. (phone ringing) Just a second. (phone ringing) Hello? Oh hi, Harry how are you? I’m fine. No I wasn’t doing anything important. Are you coming to the Bridge Club tonight? Now you’re gonna bring
the chips and the dip? Oh that would be just swell,
you bring the cookies too? How about one of those party mixes. Oh gosh we could put peanuts and Chex, oh wouldn’t that be wonderful? Well how ’bout dinner? What are you makin’ for dinner tonight? You tryin’ the new recipe
that you got in that magazine? Did you clip it out? Oh I know, I’ve never seen
stroganoff look quite like that. (laughing) Well I tried to get one of
those patterns from her, it just didn’t work out. Oh yeah, if I came home with that on, Ralph would just kill me. (laughing) Oh my gosh, wait a minute. (can opener whirring) (food plopping) There you are come and get it. (cat gasping) (head plopping) ♪ Come on get up it’s time to play ♪ ♪ Guess what the game will be today ♪ ♪ Come on get up it’s time to sing ♪ ♪ And just what the game is going to be ♪ – [Children] What is it? ♪ One of these things
just doesn’t belong ♪ – [Children] Could be? ♪ Follow me get up and dance along ♪ – [Children] Yeah! ♪ What is it oh, what could pick some ♪ ♪ Come on get up it’s time to play ♪ ♪ This is the game today ♪ (child laughing) (tinkly music) (upbeat music) (whistle blowing) ♪ Hop, hop, hop, hop ♪ ♪ And shake your head ♪ ♪ Hop, hop, hop, hop ♪ ♪ And shake your head ♪ ♪ Hop, hop, shake your head ♪ ♪ And swing like an elephant ♪ ♪ Hop, hop, shake your head ♪ ♪ And swing like an elephant ♪ ♪ Like an elephant ♪ ♪ Big gray elephant sway with me ♪ ♪ I’m dancing with an animal ♪ ♪ And I feel free ♪ ♪ Hop, hop, shake your head ♪ ♪ And swing like an elephant ♪ (tinkly music) (children laughing) (upbeat music) ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line, a party line ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ Can you shake your head like this ♪ ♪ Yes, I can, yes, you can ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ Can you wave around like this ♪ ♪ Yes I can, yes you can ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ Can you do the twist like this ♪ ♪ Yes I can, yes you can ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ It’s a party line ♪ ♪ Party line a party line ♪ ♪ Can you do a great big jump ♪ ♪ Yes I can, yes you can ♪ (tinkly music) (upbeat music) ♪ Da, dada, da ♪ ♪ La lala la la la ♪ – Oop hello there you
know what I am playing? It is called a guiro. I played this all the way
back from Puerto Rico. But it wasn’t always a musical instrument. No, no, no, no, it started
as a piece of fruit. A marimbo fruit, really,
here is it’s life story. This is my friend Coran. Her guiro teacher Onibow is taking her to pick marimbo fruit, Oh, there’s a little bitty baby marimbo, right there isn’t it cute. And there’s a marimbo all grown up. Onibow is going to make it
into a musical instrument. (speaking in foreign language) What a lucky marimbo. (speaking in foreign language) (upbeat guitar music) (speaking in foreign language) First Onibow peels the marimbo fruit and puts it in the sun to dry. Here’s one that is already dry. See how nice and brown it is. Now he pokes holes in
and shakes out the seeds. Then he carves some
grooves in it and viola! It is a musical instrument, a guiro. You’ve come a long way baby marimbo. Now Coran is going to
try to play the guiro. (upbeat music) (singing in foreign language) Isn’t Coran a terrific guiro player. (singing in foreign language) (speaking in foreign language) Coran. Imagine that. A musical instrument that
is also a piece of fruit. Hm, talk about your multitasking. And now I, your furry
musical friend Grover, will try to play another piece of fruit. This watermelon. (Grover groaning) This is funny, I do not
hear anything, do you? Oh, oh, perhaps it a wind instrument. Yes, I will try blowing into it. (Grover blowing) No, the answer is not blowing
in the wind instrument. Um, oh I know, maybe you have
to pick it up to play it. (Grover moaning) (watermelon splatting) (Grover groaning) So much for experimental music. (upbeat music) (Grover groaning) (eerie music) – Oh hello, it is I, the Count. I’m called the Count
because I love to count. That and I inherited my
father’s royal title. (laughing) (glass crashing) – Hmm, oh, yes, what wonderful number will be the number of the day. It could be anything. I play on my wonderful
counting organ, ha, ha, ha. Oh I just love counting numbers
and when I play the organ, the numbers of the day appears. Oh, it’s something very special. Because it could be any number. And I can count up to it, just
think of the possibilities. (laughing) I’ve been counting the
hours for this you know. Okay. Here goes. (magical music) Hey, what happened to my counting organ! Oh, but, I have no counting organ, how can I found out the number
of the day without my organ? (magical music) – Oh, hm, zero. Wait a second. I have zero organs. Ha, ha, ha. (upbeat fanfare music) Zero. Zero must be the number of the day. Oh what a wonderful number,
ha, ha, ha, let’s see, I have zero organs, I
also have zero elephants, zero yo-yo and zero gefilte fish. Hey, wonderful, I got plenty of nothin’ and nothin’s plenty for me. Ha, ha, zero. (tinkly music) (upbeat music) – [Announcer] Zero dancer. (upbeat music) Zero dancer. (upbeat music) Zero dancer. (tinkly music) ♪ I filled my cup with sugar cubes ♪ ♪ A pony ate ’em up ♪ ♪ Now I’ve got no sugar cubes ♪ ♪ There’s zero in my cup ♪ ♪ So I filled my cup with carrots ♪ ♪ Oh no here comes a bunny ♪ ♪ Now I’ve got zero carrots ♪ ♪ Don’t laugh this isn’t funny ♪ ♪ I filled my cup with peanuts ♪ ♪ Look out I see some tusks ♪ ♪ Now I’ve got zero peanuts ♪ ♪ He even ate the husks ♪ ♪ I’ll bet no one eats these sneakers ♪ ♪ Oh gosh but that’s my goat ♪ ♪ Now I’ve got zero sneakers ♪ ♪ And I guess that’s all she wrote ♪ ♪ Now she’s got zero sneakers ♪ ♪ And we guess that’s all she wrote ♪ ♪ Hey ♪ ♪ Well not quite ♪ ♪ Now I’ve got zero cups too ♪ (mechanical sliding) – [Count] One. Two, three, four, five. Five children sitting on the park bench. Five take away one, two,
three, four, leaves one child. One child, take away one
child, leaves zero children. No children, aww, bye bye. (upbeat music) ♪ Lala, la la ♪ ♪ Lala, la la ♪ ♪ Elmo’s world ♪ ♪ Lala, la la ♪ ♪ Lala la la ♪ ♪ Elmo’s World ♪ ♪ Elmo loves his goldfish ♪ ♪ His crayon too ♪ ♪ Oh yeah ♪ ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ – Oh hi! Welcome to Elmo’s World. Oh Elmo’s so happy to see
you and so is Dorothy. Say hello Dorothy. Ha ha ha, oh guess what
Elmo’s thinking about today, ya ta ta ta! (monster growling) – Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! Wow! Look at that! Wahoo! Big big animals. And they lived long ago. Did you guess yet? Dino, wow, dinosaurs. Great big dinosaurs. (laughing) Whoa ho! And little ones too. (laughing) dinosaurs yay! (kazoo music) Oh nice dinosaur Dorothy. Hey Dorothy, do you like Elmo’s dinosaur? Oh you do? Thank you Dorothy. Dorothy has been thinking
about dinosaurs too. Oh, huh, okay, yeah, yeah, yeah,
and she wants to know, how do you pretend to be a dinosaur? Oh good question Dorothy,
let’s ask Mr. Noodle. Mr. Noodle, hello! Ricochet! (both laughing) Hi Mr. Noodle. Hello! Dorothy asked how do you pretend to be a (head rattling) – Hear you? – [Elmo] Oh, well, take of
the earmuffs Mr. Noodle. (head rattling) – What? – [Elmo] No the earmuffs! Take them off! (head banging) Take off the earmuffs! Dorothy says, – Agh! – [Elmo] Sorry, Mr. Noodle, sorry, how do you pretend you’re
a dinosaur, Mr. Noodle? A dinosaur? (gentle music) – [Child] No, that’s ballet. – [Elmo] That’s not a dinosaur. – [Child] That’s a dancer. – [Elmo] A dinosaur is animal,
Mr. Noodle, from long ago. – [Child] Yeah, millions of years ago. (Mr. Noodle squeaking) (upbeat music) – [Elmo] No, Mr. Noodle. – [Child] Not a monkey. – [Child] We said a dinosaur. – [Child] That’s not a dinosaur. – [Child] Not at all. – [Child] Dinosaurs were big and tall. – [Child] Some were. (Mr. Noodle squeaking) – [Elmo] Yeah, they could stand on their hind legs Mr. Noodle. – [Child] Some could. – [Elmo] Bigger, bigger – Bigger.
– Bigger. – [Elmo] He was big as building. – [Child] A walking building. (Elmo laughing) – Yay!
– Yay, that’s it, good job! – [Elmo] Great you did it! – [Child] He’s roaring! (tinkly music) – [Elmo] No, no Mr.– – [Child] Aw, he’s scared himself. (Elmo laughing) Don’t be scared Mr. Noodle. That’s just your reflection. – [Child] Mr. Noodle. (Mr. Noodle roaring) – [Child] Yeah, look. That’s you in the mirror,
not a real dinosaur. – Me? – [Child] Right, it’s you. (Mr. Noodle laughing) (Mr. Noodle roaring) – [Elmo] But you’re still a
great dinosaur Mr. Noodle. (Mr. Noodle roaring) – [Child] Bye Mr. Noodle. (Mr. Noodle squeaking) (Elmo laughing) – What’s that Dorothy? Dorothy wants to ask someone else. How do you pretend to be a dinosaur? (gentle music) – Dorothy this is how I
pretend to be a brontosaurus. I have a long neck and
eat leaves off of trees. Yum, yum, yum, yum, yum, yum. – Dorothy, this is how I
pretend to be a pterosaur. I have wings and I fly like a bird. – Dorothy, I’m a tyrannosaurus
Rex, I have sharp teeth, I run fast and I eat other dinosaurs. (growls) (Elmo laughing) – Wow, Dorothy says, you
remind her of her Uncle Jaws. Thanks everybody, and thanks Dorothy. Now Elmo will ask a baby. ♪ Doo do dodoo ♪ Oh hello, baby. (laughing) Baby, how do you pretend to be a dinosaur? (laughing) Oh boy, thank you baby, kiss, kiss, kiss. (lips smacking) (laughing) (tinkly music) Boy that was a cute baby, oh and now Elmo has a question for you. Yeah you. How many baby dinosaurs
will hatch from these eggs. Let’s count them and see. – [Children And Elmo] One. – Oh, one baby stegosaurus, aw. – [Children And Elmo] Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. – Seven baby stegosauruses. Oh. Oh boy, and one baby Tyrannosaurus Rex. (Tyrannosaurus Rex growling)
(baby dinosaurs screaming) – Oh, oh, where you goin’? Bye dinosaur. (Tyrannosaurus Rex growling) – Sorry, baby T. Rex. Bye. Oh great counting everybody. Stegosauruses is one kind of dinosaur. Elmo wonders what other
kind of dinosaurs there are. Oh, Drawer! (Drawer gurgling) – Look at that! Wa ha! It’s a drawsaurus. Okay, open up drawer. Drawer, whoa! (drawer gurgling) Is this a dinosaur? – [Children] Yes! – A triceratops!
– That’s my favorite. – [Elmo] Elmo loves him, but
Elmo wouldn’t try to kiss him. Is this a dinosaur? – [Children] Yes! – That’s a brontosaurus.
– What a neck! – [Elmo] It could wear lots of neckties. Is this a dinosaur? – [Child] No, it’s a birthday cake! – [Elmo] But you could put
dinosaurs on your cake. Are these dinosaurs? – [Children] Yes, yes, yes and yes! – [Elmo] They all are. Is this a dinosaur? – [Child] No! It’s a Snuffleupagus. – Oh, not today. Tody I’m a Snuffleasaurus. Rawr! – [Elmo] Or a dinouphagus. (Elmo laughing) (drawer gurgling) Thank you Drawer! – [Computer] Elmo has mail, Elmo has mail! – Look at that! A computersaurus. – [Computer] Elmo has mail, Elmo has mail! – Oh I can get it? Elmo would like his email. – [Computer] Elmo has mail. (computer dinging) – Ah ha ha! Elmo’s got email from his friend Ernie. – If you’re thinking about
dinosaurs Elmo old buddy, don’t forget my favorite,
and here it comes now! It’s Rubber Duckyasaurus. (laughing)
(Rubber Ducky squeaking) You’re so cute. (computer beeping) – Thank you computer. (laughing) Elmo’s friend Kate loves dinosaurs. So her Mommy took her to the museum so she could see huge dinosaur bones. And she told Elmo all about it. (tinkly music) – [Kate] Dinosaurs aren’t alive anymore. So you have to go to a museum to see them. Like the American Museum
of Natural History. Scientists called paleontologists
dig up the fossils of dinosaur bones. And they put together skeletons which show how big they were. One of the first skeletons
we saw was awesome. It’s called a Barosaurus. When I looked up at it I felt tiny. It has the longest neck of any dinosaur found in North America. We found triceratops with three
big horns and a big collar. We also saw dinosaur eggs. How could something as big as a dinosaur grow from
something that small. Tyrannosaurus Rex, it has tiny arms, and big legs and sharp teeth. They’re sharp because it eats meat. We found stegosaurus, I
think it’s the cutest. I like the plates on its back. The last one we saw, the
apatosaurus was humongous. And it was put together
from 350 dinosaur bones. There’s a make believe
skeleton we put together. Just like paleontologists do. Maybe I’ll be a paleontologist someday. (tinkly music) – Paleontologists,
paleontologists, paleontologists, where can I learn more
about a paleontologist? (TV gurgling) Oh, yeah, a Tvasaur,
oh, Elmo can learn more on the dinosaur channel. Oh c’mon TV, okay, turn yourself on. (TV blurping) – [Announcer] It’s the Dinosaur Channel, all dinos, all newts, all the time. Dino devotees, here’s Paleontologist, Bones Martin digging up
dirt about dinosaurs. – Hi, I’m Bones Martin
and I’m a paleontologist, I dig dinosaurs. (dirt whooshing) And I make dino skeletons. Pazzam! And here’s a secret about dinosaurs. Dinosaurs moved, they were alive, they didn’t just stand in some museum, waiting for closing time. These legs were meant for walking, and running and yes, dancing. Hit it! ♪ Swing your tail from side to side ♪ ♪ Swing and show some dino pride ♪ ♪ Stamp those feet upon the ground ♪ ♪ Make the earth shake all around you ♪ ♪ Give your tail another whomp ♪ ♪ Stamp your feet and start to romp ♪ ♪ Paleontology in motion ♪ ♪ That’s doin’ the dinosaur stomp ♪ ♪ Let’s get real ♪ ♪ It’s a Lambeosaurus
and the dinettes, okay ♪ ♪ Dance with the dinosaurs ♪ ♪ Swing your tail from side to side ♪ ♪ Swing and show some dino pride ♪ ♪ Stamp those feet upon the ground ♪ ♪ Make the earth shake all around you ♪ ♪ Give your tail another whomp ♪ ♪ Stamp your feet and start to romp ♪ ♪ Ornithonamaus, folk tops in taps ♪ ♪ That’s doin’ the dinosaur stomp ♪ (dinosaur boinging) ♪ Give your tail another whomp ♪ ♪ Stamp your feet it’s time to romp ♪ ♪ That’s doin’ it ♪ ♪ That’s doin’ it ♪ ♪ That’s doin’ the dinosaur stomp ♪ I dig dinosaurs. (dinosaur slurping) Watch it Jumbo. – [Announcer] Stay tuned for dinosaur, Bob Fossil and Dudley Digs
in the bigger they are, the harder they fall. (TV blurping) – Bye TV. Oh Elmo wants to know even more
about dinosaurs, don’t you? How can we find out even more? – Yum, yum, yum, why
don’t you ask a dinosaur? – It’s a dinosaur, yay! – Yes it is. I’m a dinosaur and I was
born 150 million years ago, give or take. But I saw everything. Ask me a question. – Well, what did Mr. Dinosaur see? – Oh ho ho, well I saw
asteroids and I saw the sun rise every day like clockwork
and I saw the stars and the comets and the rocks. – Well what else? – Well I saw rivers to swim in,
and trees with tasty leaves. Just like these. (Herb munching) (Elmo laughing) Whoa whoa whoa, most of all
I saw dinosaurs, everywhere, big ones, little ones,
calm ones, excited ones, dinosaurs were the people
in my neighborhood, son. – Wow, did you have a bird in your neighborhood, like Big Bird. – Well, we had a pterosaur
flying in the sky. Kind of like a dinosaur with wings. What a guy, always up with that big smile. Yeah. – Ah a pterosaur. (tinkly music) Oh, look, look, look, Dorothy’s imagining Elmo as a pterosaur. Flying over Mr. Dinosaur’s neighborhood, 150 million years ago. – [Herb] You look good in teeth son. – Whee, what a way to fly! (laughing) – [Herb] That’s the soar in pterosaur – Hello, Elmo’s a pterosaur, wheee, (laughing) – There weren’t just dinosaurs, there were all kinds of
animals, frogs, turtles, mice. – Hello frog, hello turtle, hello mice. (laughing) – [Herb] And crocodiles, yow! – Look, whoa! – [Herb] They’re always good for a laugh. Ha! – Whoa! Whee! – [Herb] Most dinosaurs ate leaves, 24/7. Others ate meat, including dinosaurs. (dinosaur growling) – Oh, what’s up T. Rex? (Elmo laughing) Yeah baby! (tinkly music) – And that’s the way it was. – Ah thank you Mr. Dinosaur. – No problem kid. – Oh, don’t, don’t go away Mr. Dinosaur, Dorothy wants to sing the dinosaur song. – Oo. – Yeah, this one’s a golden oldie. – Oh, just like me, 150 million years old and I still don’t feel
a day over 145 million. – Okay. (tinkly music) Here we go. ♪ Doo do do do doo ♪ ♪ Dinosaur, dinosaur, dina, dinosaur ♪ C’mon everybody! ♪ Dinosaur dinosaur dina dinosaur ♪ ♪ Dinosaur dinosaur dina dinosaur ♪ ♪ Dina, dina, dinosaur dina dinosaur ♪ Say goodbye Dorothy. Say goodbye Mr. Dinosaur. – Buh bye have a nice age. ♪ Doo do doo ♪ ♪ Du you bup do bup ♪ ♪ Dinosaur ♪ ♪ Dinosaur ♪ ♪ Doo do dup doo doo ♪ ♪ Brontosaurus ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ – Aw, thank you Mr. Dinosaur, hug, hug. (Elmo laughing) Goodbye! – Bye. (tinkly music) – Whee! Whee! – I know, I know, it’s time
for your bedtime story, Slimey. Now, let’s see. The Adventures of Trash Gordon. Chapter 538. (upbeat music) When we last left Trash, he was face to face with
a giant grumpy guppy. Just then our hero had an idea. He pretended to be a giant kitty cat and he scared the grumpy guppy away. – Meow! (hissing) (guppy screaming) Trash smiled heroically, he said, – Sesame Street has been
brought to you today by the letter W, and by the number zero. (upbeat music) – Yay! Read more. Read more! – Uh uh, uh uh little fella, that’s enough excitement for one day. Now off to sleep, you’ll have
another chapter tomorrow. – Night night. (Slimey snoring) (upbeat music) – Rotten dreams. (upbeat music) Hey, you didn’t see me tuck him in. Now scram huh. (upbeat music) (tinkly music) (“Sesame Street Theme”) (tinkly music) (Elmo laughing) (upbeat music)

Randy Schultz

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *