35th Wffc Bih 2015

World Fly Fishing Championship 2019

Elmo’s Pretend School | Sesame Street Full Episode

Elmo’s Pretend School | Sesame Street Full Episode


(upbeat 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-OK ♪ ♪ 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 ♪ (light upbeat music) – Doo-doo-do. Oh, hi! Welcome to Sesame Street. You’re just in time because
Elmo’s going to play school. Elmo has his paper and crayons. The only thing Elmo
needs now is a teacher. Mmm. Who can be Elmo’s teacher? Oh, Alan! Alan! – Oh, hey, Elmo. – Hi, Alan.
– What’s up? – Well, Elmo’s playing school, and Elmo needs Alan to be the teacher. – Oh, you know what? I would love to play, but right now I’m working at Hooper’s. – But can’t Alan play school with Elmo and work at Hooper’s Store? Please, please, please. Please, please, please, please. – Oh, all right, all right. I’ll pretend to be your teacher. – Oh, boy, oh, boy. – Besides, how hard could it be? – Okay, Mr. Alan.
– Ooh, I like that. – Elmo’s ready. What is Elmo going to do today at school? – Mmm. Oh, today you are going to draw a picture. – Oh, yay! Elmo loves to draw. – Great! Have fun drawing. – Oh, good. – That wasn’t too hard. – Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! – Yes, Elmo? – Well, you forgot to say
good morning to the class. – Oh, I’m sorry. Good morning, class. – Good morning, Mr. Alan. – Now it’s time to draw.
– Okay. Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! – Yes, Elmo? – Aren’t you going to make
sure all the students are here? – All the students? – Well, yeah, Baby Bear told Elmo that the teacher always
calls everyone’s name to make sure they’re in school. – Well, then I better take attendance. Here. Um, Elmo? – Here, here. – Looks like all the
students are here today. (bell rings) Sounds like a customer. Start drawing, Elmo. – Yes, Mr. Alan. – Welcome to Hooper’s. What can I get you? – I shall have a tuna
salad sandwich, please. – You got it. Here you go; here’s your sandwich. – On second thought, I would rather have an egg salad sandwich. – Okay. Here we go. Egg salad. – Wait, I change my mind yet again. I should like to have the
tuna sandwich back please. – The tuna?
– Mm-hmm. – There you go. – Nah, egg. Nah, tuna. Nah, egg. Nah, tuna. – [Elmo] Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! – Excuse me, I’ll be right back. – Okay. Mm, tuna or egg? Tuna or egg? – Mr. Alan is a really good teacher. – What’s up, Elmo? – Old MacDonald is here to see Mr. Alan. – You can sign me kid up
for your school, laddie. – Well, it’s not actually a school. – Oh, don’t be modest now, laddie. I here it’s the best school in town, and that’s why I’m sending my kid here. – Oh, look, a goat! – Now make sure you listen
to your teacher now. Make your farmer proud. No tears, no tears. – Wait, wait! (sighs) (goat bleats) – Oh, Elmo thinks he
wants Mr. Alan to read. – Really?
– Yeah. – Oh, oh, okay, okay, okay. Okay, I’ll read the
book; I’ll read the book. – Yay! It’s reading time. It’s reading time with Mr. Alan. – All right. Tickle the Goat. “Tickle the goat’s head.” – Tickle the goat’s head, Mr. Alan. – Okay. Tickle, tickle, tickle. (goat bleats) Boy, he really enjoys this book. – Yeah, well, keep reading, Mr. Alan. Keep reading.
– Okay. “Tickle the goat’s tummy.” – Can Elmo tickle the
goat’s tummy, Mr. Alan? – Sure, Elmo. (goat bleats) – Boy, goat really loves it
when Elmo tickles the book. – He sure does. Let’s keep reading. “Tickle the goat’s feet.” Come on, Elmo. (goat bleats) Boy, if you laugh that much
when somebody tickles the book, you must really laugh
when somebody tickles you. Tickle, tickle, tickle, tickle. Tickle, tickle, tickle, tickle. Or maybe not. (bell rings) Oh, I have to go. You guys draw. – Oh, you wanna help? Go ahead. – Tuna or egg? Tuna or egg? – Hi, what can I get you? – Oh, hello, I’ll have a
tuna salad sandwich please. – Okay. There you go. – Oh, thank you. – That does it. I shall have the tuna salad as well. – Oh, you know what? Bad news. That was the last of the tuna. – Oh, no, what am I gonna have now? This is quite the conundrum. – I still have the egg salad. – Yes, I shall have the egg salad. – Here you go. – Oh, oh, my. That looks delicious. You know what, storekeep? I’ll have the egg salad
instead of the tuna please. – All right. – Wait, wait, wait. If she’s gonna have the egg salad, then I shall have the tuna. – Oh, great. You know what? I’ll just switch these. – Oh, well, you know
the tuna did look good. – And I was starting to
like the idea of egg salad. – I’ll have the tuna. – And I shall have the egg. – No, wait, egg.
– Yes, I’ll have the egg. – No, tuna.
– Yes, I’ll have the tuna. (talking over each other) – [Elmo] Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! – I’ll be back. (talking over each other) Brittany, Ruben, are you
guys playing school too? – [Brittany And Ruben] Yes, Mr. Alan. – Yes, but listen. Elmo has to talk to Mr. Alan. Some of the students are
wondering if Mr. Alan is ever going to do the alphabet? – Oh, really? – Come here, Mr. Alan. Elmo doesn’t want to tell Mr.
Alan how to run his school, but maybe Mr. Alan should think about doing the alphabet. – That’s good advice, Elmo. Thank you. – Elmo’s on your side, Mr. Alan. – Okay, now it’s time
for the alphabet, class. (goat bleats) – Oh, boy! Alphabet time at Mr. Alan’s school! What a surprise! ♪ 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 know my ABC’s ♪ ♪ Next time won’t you sing with me ♪ – Great job, class! (trumpeting fanfare) You guys draw; I’ll be back. (goat bleats) What’s going on? – We are blowing the celebratory bugle for we have figured out a way where we can each have both
tuna salad and egg salad. – Oh, wait, let me guess. You want me to cut each sandwich in half so you can have one
half egg salad sandwich and one half tuna salad sandwich. – Hey, that’s a jim dandy idea too. – Why? What was your idea? – Oh, it was complicated. It involved a tractor.
– Yeah. – I’ll just cut the sandwiches. Okay. Here you go. Here’s one half egg salad, half
tuna salad sandwich for you. – Thank you. – And one half egg salad, half
tuna salad sandwich for you. – Nice. – Now you can eat. – What about our beverages? – Drinks, right, right. What would you like? – I shall have milk. – I shall have milk too. – Milk it is. – On the other hand, juice
would be quite refreshing. I shall have juice. – Oh, juice with lunch. How daring. I shall have juice too. – [Alan] Juice it is. – On second thought, make it milk. – Yes, milk. – No, juice.
– No, juice. – No, milk.
– Milk. – [Elmo] Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! – I’m coming. I’ll be back. This is a lot tougher than I thought. (talking over each other) What’s going on now, guys? Oh! – Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! I commuted all the way from Staten Island because I hear your school has a fantastic rhyming program. – I do? – That’s what it says in the brochure. So can we rhyme, please? (rumbling and crashing) – Okay, okay, okay, yes,
yes, yes, we can rhyme! – It’s rhyme time at Mr. Alan’s school. Yay! (rumbling and crashing) – Wait a minute. I just have one question. – Yes? – What is a rhyme? – Oh, well, a rhyme is when
two words sound the same like blue and shoe. They both end in an ooh
sound, do you hear that? Blue, shoe. – Blue, shoe. Hey, they do sound the same! – Well, that’s a rhyme. So I’m going to say a word, and you all have to rhyme it, okay? (rumbling and crashing) Ready? Great. Cat. – Sat. – Bat. – Rat. – Hat. – Albuquerque. – [All] Albuquerque? – I am afraid Albuquerque
and cat do not rhyme. – Oh, I am such a terrible rhymer. (rumbling and crashing) – That’s okay. Calm, breathe, breathe. (breathing in and out deeply) Great, we’re going to try it again, okay? All right, here we go. – Here we go. – Tall. – Fall. – Ball. – Call. – Hall. – Avocado. – Avocado? – Oh, avocado and tall do not rhyme. – Oh, I’m never going to learn to rhyme. Never, never, never! (rumbling and crashing) – Wait, wait, wait, wait. Do not give up. You can do this. – I can? – Absolutely, I know you can. – Yeah. – Well, if you think I can do it, I’ll give it another try. – Great. All right, now, just remember: For words to rhyme, they
have to sound the same like ball and… – [Ruben] Tall. – Ball and tall? Yeah, yeah, they do sound the same. – All right, great, let’s rhyme. Dig. – Oh, fig. – Big. – Pig. – Wig. – Texas two-step. Oh, no, wait a minute. I confused my dances. I meant to say jig. – [All] Yay! (rumbling and crashing) – I did it! – Great job, Elephant. Great job, great job! – Thank you, but I couldn’t have done it without the greatest teacher
in the whole, wide world, Mr. Alan! (trumpeting fanfare) – I’ll be back. Why are you blowing the celebratory bugle? – Well, because I
definitely know what I want. – I do as well. – Oh, great. What is it? Milk or juice? – [Both] Neither. – Neither? What do you want then? – [Both] We want to go
to Mr. Alan’s school. – We saw you teach that
elephant how to rhyme. – You, my friend, are
one fantabulous teacher. – Well, then what about the food? – We shall eat it during our lunch period. First, we must learn. – Yes, come on, let’s go to school. – Yes, let’s. – [Elmo] Mr. Alan, Mr. Alan! – What is it now, Elmo? – Elmo finished his picture, and he wants Mr. Alan to have it. – Oh, really?
– Here you go. Look, look, look. It’s a picture of Elmo’s
favorite teacher, Mr. Alan. – Thank you, Elmo. – No, no, no, thank you, Mr. Alan. Thank you for the best day of school ever. – You’re welcome, Elmo. (horn honking) – Bye. – Hi, are you Mr. Alan? – Yeah, I’m Alan. – Well, I’m the new bus
driver for your school there. – But I don’t have a real school. It’s just pretend. – Well, tell that to the kids. – [Kids] Hi, Mr. Alan. – But, but… – By the way, I hear you’re
up for teacher of the year. Congratulations! You’re the man! (light upbeat music) ♪ There’s lots of ways that
you can travel to school ♪ ♪ They’re all of them fine;
they’re all of them cool ♪ ♪ Now my friend, Jamal,
always rides the bus ♪ ♪ And Liz takes the train
to get to school with us ♪ ♪ My man, Sam, always rides his bike ♪ ♪ And I can walk the whole way if I like ♪ ♪ To school ♪ ♪ Some schools are big
and some are small ♪ ♪ Somethings are the same
in any school at all ♪ ♪ You can travel far,
and you can travel wide ♪ ♪ You’ll always find a
classroom there inside ♪ ♪ At school ♪ ♪ At school you meet kids
who become your friends ♪ ♪ See them every morning
’til the school day ends ♪ ♪ At every school no
matter where you turn ♪ ♪ You’re gonna have a teacher,
and you’re gonna learn ♪ ♪ At school ♪ ♪ No matter how your teacher looks ♪ ♪ She’ll teach you stuff;
she’s gonna read you books ♪ ♪ Your teacher is smart;
your teacher is cool ♪ ♪ He’ll teacher you what he
learned when he went to school ♪ ♪ You’ll draw pretty pictures,
hang them on the wall ♪ ♪ Play with blocks and
build a tower so tall ♪ ♪ You’ll dance, and you’ll
sing as fine as you please ♪ ♪ And learn all your
numbers and your ABC’s ♪ ♪ At school ♪ ♪ Then you’ll play outside
in the old playground ♪ ♪ Jump rope, play ball,
or just goof around ♪ ♪ Then eat your lunch
in a great big space ♪ ♪ It’s called a cafeteria,
a busy old place ♪ ♪ At school ♪ ♪ At school, you’ll learn,
and you’ll have fun ♪ ♪ And win the last bell rings ♪ (bell rings) ♪ That means school is done ♪ (sweeping instrumental music) – [Zoe] A. – [Murray] B. – [Elmo] C. – [Monster] D. – [Monster 2] E. – [Zoe] F. – [Elmo] G. – [Monster] H. – [Monster 2] I. (sweeping instrumental music) – [Monster] J. – [Elmo] K. – [Monsters] L, M, N, O, P. (sweeping instrumental music) – [Elmo] Q. – [Monster] R. – [Zoe] S. – [Murray] T. (playful instrumental music) – [Elmo] U, V. – [Zoe] W. – [Elmo] X, Y. – [Zoe] Z! – Hello there. It time once again for letter of day. Oh, boy, oh, boy. Me love reaching in cookie jar and wondering what letter
of day going to be. That, me take a chance on this. Oh! Wow! Look at that. That, me think, is… Well, look like letter L. Let’s see. (sniffing) Yeah, smell like letter L. Luh, luh, luh, luh. Sound like letter L. Yep, yep. Oh, me know what you’re thinking. Cookie Monster going to
eat letter of day, right? No! No, today, me different. Me go through sea change. Me going to have will power. Me no eat cookie with letter L. And you know what me going to do? Me going to sing, sing “la, la, la.” And that start with L. And the more me sing, the
more music in me mouth. No cookie in me mouth. So me not going to eat cookie. Here we go. Me going to try hard. So delicious. ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la ♪ (grumbling) Oh, da! ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la ♪ Mmm, mmm. ♪ Ah, la, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la ♪ (smacking lips) ♪ La, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la, la, la, la ♪ (crunching and grumbling) Well, now that music to me ears. Was lovely. (low music) – [Kids] L! (bright cheerful music) L! L! – [Man] L. – [Narrator] Good evening, and welcome to another concert by the All Monster and a Guy Named Murray Chorus. – Hello, I’m Murray. (plays pipe) (monsters vocalizing) A-one, a-two. (light upbeat music) ♪ We’ll sing a silly song ♪ ♪ And you can see as well ♪ ♪ Our song is full of the sound ♪ ♪ Of the letter L ♪ ♪ Sing low, low, low, low, low ♪ ♪ Low, low, low, low, low ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ La, la, la, la, la ♪ ♪ Lee, lee, lee, lee, lee ♪ ♪ Lee, lee, lee, lee, lee ♪ ♪ Loo, loo, loo, loo, loo ♪ ♪ Loo, loo, loo, loo, loo ♪ ♪ Lily, lily, loo, loo ♪ ♪ Lily, lily, loo, loo ♪ ♪ Lolly, lolly, lo ♪ ♪ Lolly, lolly, lo ♪ ♪ Lily-livered lollipop ♪ ♪ Lily-livered lollipop ♪ ♪ Lilting Lilliputian lullaby ♪ ♪ Lilting Lilliputian lullaby ♪ ♪ Landlubber lily pad ♪ ♪ Landlubber lily pad ♪ ♪ Lobster licking Lapland liberty lad ♪ ♪ Lobster licking Lapland liberty lad ♪ ♪ And that’s our silly song ♪ ♪ And you sang very well ♪ ♪ With the sounds that are made ♪ ♪ By the letter L ♪ (audience claps) – Thank you! Thank you! That was lovely, everyone. Now, it’s time for lunch. – [Monsters] Lunch! – That was a loo-loo. Hey, fellas, wait for me! (light playful music) ♪ Rolling, rolling, rolling ♪ ♪ Little green ball rolling, rolling by ♪ ♪ From pod to plate, these
circles taste great ♪ ♪ You’ll love these sweet, sweet peas ♪ ♪ Mmm, peas ♪ – [Narrator] And now,
live from the nursery it’s Baby Fats Domino with his big hit, Shake Your Rattle and Roll. – A lot of you babies out there have been lying around on your blanket
sucking your binkies. Well, I say babies need
exercise too, you know? So, come on if you want to
grow up healthy and strong. – [Both] Sing it, baby. ♪ Grab your rattle and,
baby, get ready to shake ♪ ♪ Goo, goo, goo ♪ ♪ I said grab your rattle and,
baby, get ready to shake ♪ ♪ Goo, goo, goo ♪ ♪ We’re gonna exercise ’cause
it’s better than patty cake ♪ ♪ Waa, waa, goo ♪ ♪ You’ve gotta shake
your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ I said shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Yeah, shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Exercise is fun ♪ ♪ Yeah, it’s good for body and soul ♪ ♪ Hang on to your highchair ♪ ♪ ‘Cause, baby, it’s time to bounce ♪ ♪ Goo, goo, bounce ♪ ♪ Hang on to that highchair ♪ ♪ ‘Cause, baby, it’s time to bounce ♪ ♪ Goo, goo, bounce ♪ ♪ If you wanna be a toddler,
bouncing is what counts ♪ ♪ Waa, waa, goo ♪ ♪ You gotta shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ I said shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Yeah, shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Exercise is fun ♪ ♪ Yeah, it’s good for body and soul ♪ ♪ Find your booties ’cause,
baby, it’s time to kick ♪ ♪ Goo, goo, kick ♪ ♪ Find those booties ’cause,
baby, it’s time to kick ♪ ♪ Goo, goo, kick ♪ ♪ If you wanna learn to walk, well, ♪ ♪ Kickin’ can do the trick ♪ ♪ Waa, waa, goo ♪ ♪ You gotta shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ I said shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Yeah, shake your rattle and roll ♪ ♪ Exercise is fun ♪ ♪ Yeah, it’s good for your body and soul ♪ ♪ Waa ♪ (snoring) (light upbeat drum music) – [Female Narrator] Hello, there. Would you like to know how you’re able to jump and run like that? It’s your bones and muscles. Your bones support your whole body. (giggling) That’s your funny bone. Your muscles allow you to move your bones so that you can do all sorts of things like walking and running. (light upbeat drums) Your knees and feet help you jump and help you land safely. We use the bones and muscles
in our hands to catch and to throw. Great shot! The calcium in milk keeps
your bones strong and healthy. Running and jumping keeps
your muscles strong. – Did you say, “Jump?” Wee hee! (giggling) – Hi, there. Guess what. I’m in my favorite place
in the whole world. Do you know where that is? My room, that’s right! I love my room, and
there’s lots of neat stuff I love to do in my room too. ♪ In my room, I don’t twiddle my thumbs ♪ ♪ If I get bored, I just play my drums ♪ ♪ Grab up the sticks and count to four ♪ ♪ And I pound the drums
until I can’t pound anymore ♪ ♪ I go boom, boom, boom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, I go boom, boom, boom ♪ ♪ Boom, boom, boom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, I go boom, boom, boom ♪ There’s lots of other neat stuff I like to do in my room too. ♪ In my room with my rubber duck ♪ ♪ We like to play with
the toy dump truck ♪ ♪ Duckie sits behind the steering wheel ♪ ♪ And we pretend that the
truck is really real ♪ ♪ I go vroom, vroom, vroom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, we go vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ Vroom, vroom, vroom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, we go vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ See you later, Rubber Duckie. ♪ In my room with my hands in my pocket ♪ ♪ I can pretend that I’m a rocket ♪ ♪ Counting down four, three, two, one ♪ ♪ Blasting off and having some fun ♪ ♪ Going zoom, zoom, zoom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, going zoom, zoom, zoom ♪ ♪ Zoom, zoom, zoom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, going zoom, zoom, zoom ♪ ♪ Vroom, vroom, vroom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, going vroom, vroom, vroom ♪ ♪ Boom, boom, boom in my room ♪ ♪ In my room, going boom, boom, boom ♪ ♪ Zoom, vroom, boom, zoom, vroom, boom ♪ ♪ Zoom, vroom, boom in my room ♪ ♪ Going zoom, vroom,
boom, zoom, vroom, boom ♪ ♪ Zoom, vroom, boom ♪ ♪ Yeah, I love my room ♪ ♪ Isn’t it great ♪ (laughing) – Hey, it’s my room too, you know? – Oh, of course it is, pal. (laughing) ♪ Come on, get up ♪ ♪ It’s time to play ♪ ♪ Guess what the game will be today ♪ ♪ Come on, get up ♪ ♪ It’s time to see ♪ ♪ Just what the game is going to be ♪ ♪ One of these things
just doesn’t belong ♪ ♪ Now follow me, get up, and dance along ♪ ♪ What is it ♪ ♪ Oh, the what comes next song ♪ ♪ Come on, get up ♪ ♪ It’s time to play ♪ ♪ This is the game today ♪ – Come on, let’s dance. (drumming) One, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. Stop. Come on, dance with me. Put your hands on your hips. One, two, three, four. One, two, three, four. Dance with me. (drumming) Come on, dance with me! (drumming) Stop. – Come on, Sydney. It’s time for school. Aah! Oh, hello there. It is I, your furry blue pal Grover here, just back from a quick
trip around the world. Did you know that in some places children ride camels to school? Yes, it is true. I saw it with my own adorable eyes. And today, I am going to
ride a camel to school too. Okay, here we go, Sydney. Get ready. Ally-oop. (crashes) Let me try this again. Okay, here we go. Ally-oop. (crashes) Mmm. One, two, three. Aah! (crashes) This is harder than I thought. Could you please scooch
down a scoch, Sydney? You are a very tall camel. Thank you. That is much better, yes. Oh, this is going to be great. Okay, here we go. Ally-oop! (crashes) Oh, this is terrible! We are never going to
get to school this way. What are we going to do? Today is show and tell day, and I wanted you to meet all my friends. Oh, this is terrible. – There are other ways to
get to school, you know. – Who said that? (Sydney clears throat) – Watch this. ♪ You can take a ride ♪ ♪ On a great big bus ♪ ♪ Or take a river taxi ♪ ♪ In Thailand like us ♪ ♪ Or just walking you know ♪ ♪ Is quite a popular way to go ♪ ♪ Yeah, there’s a lot of different ways ♪ ♪ To get to school ♪ ♪ Well, you can hop on a truck ♪ ♪ Or you can pedal a bike ♪ ♪ Or toot along in a cart ♪ ♪ In India if you like ♪ ♪ Or just walking you know ♪ ♪ Is still a popular way to go ♪ ♪ Yeah, there’s a lot of different ways ♪ ♪ To get to school ♪ ♪ Yes, you can go floating, boating, ♪ ♪ Trucking, biking ♪ ♪ Busing, walking ♪ ♪ Laughing and talking ♪ ♪ How you’re gonna get there ♪ ♪ Is really up to you ♪ ♪ There’s a lot of different ways to go ♪ ♪ A world of different ways you know ♪ ♪ There’s a lot of different
ways to get to school ♪ – Oh, my, you are right, Sydney. There are a lot of different ways to get to school all over the world, a plethora of ways, a myriad,
a whole kit and kaboodle. Hmm, which to choose? Which to choose? – Please hurry; I don’t
want to be late for school. – Ah-hah! Do not worry; I will get you there! Hop on, Sydney! Aah! Ah, ah, ah. Next time, let’s take the bus. – Okey dokey. – Ah, ah, ah, what do you carry in that hump of yours anyway? – Ah, greetings. This is my friend, Kayle. – Hi. – Hi, Kayle. Kayle will attempt the nearly impossible. She is going to try to
hop on one foot 11 times because 11 is the number of the day. (thunder rumbles) Ha ha ha. She’s been training for this for 11 days. Right, Kayle? – Right. – Okay, can she do it? Let’s find out. Drum roll please. That’s one, two, three
hops, four, five hops, six hops, seven hops, eight
hops, nine hops, ten hops. Eleven, eleven hops! (thunder rumbles) Yes, she did it. Ha ha ha. Oh, there she goes. She’s hopping again. There’s no stopping her. She is one hoppy kid. Ha ha ha. – Oh, I love that. Let’s see what the judge says. Eleven! And that’s the number of the day. (bright music) – [Chorus] One. Two. Three. Four. Five. Six. Seven. Eight. Nine. Ten. Eleven. Eleven! (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 ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ – Hi! Welcome to Elmo’s World. Elmo’s so happy to see you, and so is Dorothy. Say hello, Dorothy. (laughs) Guess what Elmo’s thinking about today. Ya ta ta da! – Hi, Elmo. – Oh, hi, Big Bird. – I’m just passing by. I’m on my way to the
doctor for a check up. See you later. – Bye, Big Bird.
– Bye. – That’s what Elmo’s thinking
about today: doctors. Is there a doctor in the house? (doctors chattering) Oh, (laughs) you know: doctors. (quacking) Wait a minute. That’s not a doctor. That’s a duck-tor. (laughs) And a quack. (quacking) (playful music) What did you say that’s called, Dorothy? A stethoscope, oh. Dorothy wants to know:
What does a doctor do with a stethoscope? Good question, Dorothy. Let’s ask Mr. Noodle. Mr. Noodle! Oh, up, Shade, please. Thank you. (laughs) Mr. Noodle. Hi, Mr. Noodle. Hi. Mr. Noodle, Dorothy has a question. What does a doctor do with
a stethoscope, Mr. Noodle? – [Girl] Yeah, Mr. Noodle, what
does a doctor do with that? – [Girl 2] Look at that. He’s got a doctor’s coat on. – [Girl] Nice. – [Elmo] Mr. Dr. Noodle. (laughs) – [Girl] Wait, what’s that in his pocket? – [Elmo] Oh, look, that’s a stethoscope. – [Girl 2] Now, he’s
got it, a stethoscope. So do your thing, Mr. Noodle. – [Girl] Yeah, what does
a doctor do with it? What’s that? A dog? What’s he going to do with that dog? – [Girl 2] What’s he up to? That’s not where it goes. – [Girl] You use a leash to
walk a dog, not a stethoscope. – [Elmo] Mr. Noodle, you
don’t put it on a dog. You put it on you. – [Girl] Yeah, put the stethoscope on you. – [Girl 2] Yeah, I have a dog like that. – [Elmo] That’s nice, Mr. Noodle. (crashing) – [Girl] He’s okay. – [Elmo] Go ahead, put the
stethoscope on, Mr. Noodle. – [Girl] Wait, now what’s he doing? It’s not a tail, Mr. Noodle. – [Elmo] The stethoscope goes
in your ears, Mr. Noodle. – [Girl 2] Put it in your ears. – [Elmo] Yeah, your ears. – [Girl] Right, up there. – [Girl 2] Your ears. Good job. Now he’s got it. – [Elmo] The stethoscope
helps you hear better. (booming) – [Girl 2] Oh, be careful. A doctor uses it to listen to the heart. – [Girl] Whose heart are you
gonna listen to, Mr. Noodle? So find somebody. – [Elmo] Mr. Noodle’s looking around. – [Girl] Will he find someone? He’s on the move. – (laughs) Mr. Noodle can
listen to Elmo’s heart. Hi, Mr. Noodle. – [Girl] No, not there. – That’s not where Elmo’s heart is. It’s here in Elmo’s chest. All right, Mr. Noodle. – [Girl 2] Right there. – [Elmo] Oh, that’s cold. – [Girl] Oh, he’s warming it up. – [Girl 2] Nice, Mr. Noodle. – Better. – [Girl 2] Good job, Mr. Noodle. (heart beats) Sounds good. – [Elmo] Yeah, you did it! Way to go, Mr. Noodle! – [Girl] Now what? – [Elmo] Oh, yeah! Listen to your own heart. – [Girl 2] He found his heartbeat. (rhythmic drumming) – [Elmo] Mr. Noodle’s heart
is beating with a rhythm. – [Girl] He’s doing his thing. – [Girl 2] Ba-boom,
ba-boom, ba-doo-doo-doo. He’s got the beat. I like the way Mr. Noodle dances. – [Girl] Me too. – Ah, Mr. Noodle has a
lot of heart and soul. What’s that, Dorothy? Oh, okay. Dorothy wants to ask someone else. What does a doctor do with a stethoscope? – Dorothy, a doctor
listens to your heartbeat with a stethoscope like this. Ba-boom, ba-boom, ba-boom. – And a doctor also uses
it to listen to your lungs. Breathe deep. Breathe deep. Breathe deep. Sounds great. – Thanks, everybody. And thank you, Dorothy. (baby giggling) Oh, now Elmo will listen
to a baby’s heartbeat. Hi, Sienna. Sienna, where’s your heart? Oh, yeah. (laughing) Wow, boy, you have a
really good heartbeat. Oh, thank you, baby. (kisses) (both laughing) Boy, you’ve gotta have heart. And now, Elmo has a question for you. Yeah, you. How many stethoscopes are
dancing in this conga line? Let’s count them together and find out. – [Chorus] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight. – Boy, eight stethoscopes
dancing in the conga line. (laughing) And one furry red monster. Oh, great counting, everybody. – [Computer] Elmo has mail. Elmo has mail. Elmo has mail. – Elmo has email. – [Computer] Elmo has mail. – Oh, look. Boy, the computer is playing doctor today. – [Computer] Elmo has mail. – Thank you, Computer. Oh, it’s email from Big Bird. Yay! – Hi, Elmo. I’m at the doctor’s office
in the waiting room. I’m waiting to see the doctor. Hey, gee. I guess that’s why they
call this the waiting room. I like waiting ’cause
there’s so many great toys in this waiting room like this doctor kit. Okay, Radar. Now, I’m Doctor Big Bird, and
I’m going to examine you now. First, I’ll look in your ear. Uh-huh, fuzzy just like it should be. – Big Bird? The duck-tor will see you now. – The duck-tor? (quacking) Oh, the duck-tor. Gotta go. Bye, Elmo. – Oh, thanks, Computer. Boy, that makes Elmo wonder. Who else goes to the duck-tor? (quacking) Oh, Elmo meant doctor, the doctor. (quacking) Who goes to the doctor and who doesn’t? Let’s find out. Oh, Drawer, open up please. Oh, come on, Drawer. Like the doctor says,
“Open up and say ah!” Do birthday cakes go to the doctor? – [Kids] No! – [Elmo] But a doctor
could have a birthday. Does a baby go to the doctor? – [Kids] Yes! – [Child 1] A baby doctor. – [Child 2] No, not a
baby who is a doctor, a doctor for babies and kids. A pediatrician. – [Elmo] Oh, a pediatrician. Do elephants go to the doctor? – [Child] Not like that. In a zoo, the animal doctor
comes to an elephant. (elephant trumpets) – [Elmo] Does a rock go to the doctor? – [Child] No, rocks don’t go to doctors. – Unless it’s my pet rock, Rocko. Say, “aah,” Rocko. – [Elmo] It’s a rock, Zoe. Ah, thanks, Drawer. Elmo’s friend, Joe, went to
the doctor for a check up, and he told Elmo all about it. You wanna watch too, Drawer? Okay. – [Joe] Once a year, I go to
the doctor for a check up. It’s to make sure I’m healthy. My mom always comes with me. First, the nurse weighed me. Nurses help doctors. Then, she measured me. I grew two inches last year. Then, the doctor came in. She asked me to take off my shirt so she could examine me. First, she listened to my
heart with a stethoscope. Then, she listened to my lungs. Didn’t hurt, but it was a little cold. Then, she looked in my ears. That didn’t hurt, but
it tickled a little bit. She used something
called a tongue depressor to look at my throat. The doctor said to stick
out my tongue and say, “Ah.” Ah. That didn’t hurt either. Then the doctor examined the rest of me. My eyes. My stomach. My knees. None of that hurt either. She said I was very healthy, but I needed a shot so
I would stay healthy. (gentle music) That hurt but only for a minute. And then I got to pick out a sticker, and the exam was over. Mom said she was really proud of me. I was proud of me too. – Aw, Elmo’s so proud of Joe too. Now, Elmo wants to learn
more about doctors. How can Elmo find out more? (TV chattering) It’s TV. Is TV sick? Does TV need a doctor? – [TV] No, no, no, no. – Oh, Elmo gets it. We can watch the doctor channel. Turn yourself on, TV. – You’re watching the doctor’s channel. Just what the doctor ordered. And now, here’s Doc Martin. Give it to us straight, Doc. – Hi, Doc Martin here
with some doctorly advice. Hit it! (bright cheerful music) ♪ You’re asking me, “Doc,
how do I stay strong?” ♪ ♪ Just do the doctor all day long ♪ ♪ Do the doctor ♪ ♪ Do the doctor with me ♪ ♪ Open your mouth and
you won’t feel blah ♪ ♪ Stick out your tongue and just say aah ♪ ♪ Aah, aah, aah ♪ ♪ Do the doctor ♪ ♪ Show me your ears ♪ ♪ Show me your eyes ♪ ♪ Doing the doctor keeps
you healthy, gals and guys ♪ ♪ Do the doctor ♪ ♪ Do the doctor with me ♪ ♪ Rock around the doc ♪ ♪ Show me your knees ♪ ♪ Show me your feet ♪ ♪ Let me hear your heart
go beat, beat, beat ♪ ♪ Do the doctor ♪ ♪ Do the doctor with me ♪ ♪ Aah, aah, aah ♪ ♪ Do the doctor ♪ – Coming up next on the doctor’s channel: Doctor No followed by Doctor Yes. – Ah, thanks, TV. Elmo wants to know… – Hi, Elmo. – [Elmo] Oh, hi, Big Bird. – Hi, I’m back from my check up. – Oh, how did it go, Big Bird? – Well, the doctor says
I’m fine and feathered. – [Elmo] Oh, good. – Bye, Elmo. – Bye, Big Bird. Elmo still wants to find
out more about duck-tors. (quacking) Sorry, sorry, Elmo meant doctors. Doctors. (quacking) Sorry. How can we find out more, even more? (bell ringing) Excuse Elmo. – Want to talk to a doctor? – Oh, sure. What’s up, doc? (laughing) – Well, for one thing,
there are lots of different kinds of doctors. – Really? – Okay, doctors, the
monster will see you now. Yes, here they come. – Hi, hi, hi, hi, I’m an eye doctor. – I am a foot doctor. (monkey chattering) – What kind of doctor are you? – He’s not a doctor; he’s a monkey. – Hey, I’d like a second opinion. – You’re a monkey. – Oh. – He’s my patient. I’m an animal doctor, a veterinarian. – Oh, yeah, even animals have doctors. – That’s right. Dogs, cats, giraffes, whales. – Oh, look, look, look. Dorothy’s imagining Elmo as
a veterinarian under water. Okay, time for your check up. Open wide and say, “Ah.” (whale calling) (Elmo laughing) – That goldfish has a
whale of an imagination. – She sure does. Boy, doctors are great. Dorothy thinks so too. That’s why Dorothy wants
to sing the doctor song. – Oh, may we sing along too? – Sure. ♪ Do da doo doo doo ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ Sing along. ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ ♪ Doctors, doctors, doctors ♪ Say goodbye, Dorothy. Say goodbye, doctors. – Goodbye! ♪ Doo bop a doo ♪ ♪ Doo do do do ♪ ♪ Doo doo doo ♪ ♪ Doo doo doo da doo ♪ ♪ Ah ah ah boo ♪ ♪ That’s Elmo’s World ♪ Oh, thank you, everybody. Bye-bye. Bye-bye. – Read, read, read. – Okay, Slimey, I’ll read to you. Just don’t say please, okay? – Yay! – All right, little guy. Here we go. Chapter 453 in the
Adventures of Trash Gordon. – Yay! – [Oscar] When we last left
our hero, Trash Gordon, he was trapped on the planet Very Hairy where the Very Hairians
kept bumping into him. They couldn’t see ’cause
they had hair in their eyes. It was a very hairy situation for Gordon. You might even say he was
having a bad hair day. Luckily, he brought along something he never needed until now: a comb and a brush. Without a second to spare,
Trash brushed the hair out of the Very Harians’ eyes, and they shrieked and ran away. Trash announced heroically… – Sesame Street has been
brought to you today by the letter L and by the number 11. – Whee! More, more, more! – Nah, no more now, Slimey. That’s all for now. Time for you to get some
shut eye, little guy. We’ll read some more Trash tomorrow. Hey, are you still here? I told you, “No more Trash
Gordon until tomorrow.” (upbeat instrumental music) (bells ringing) (Elmo laughing) (bright upbeat music)

100 thoughts on “Elmo’s Pretend School | Sesame Street Full Episode

  1. I'm 55 years old. I grew up watching sesame street. Now my grandchildren watch it. It that precious or what?!

  2. I,I really dont know but I think I like this it is weird but I like this…man my life is at a dark point…

  3. Maybe no one else will think anything is wrong with the black actor on Sesame Street being cast as Trash Gordon. Of all names why did they have to make him a bufoon super hero with the name Trash Gordon? It is just another example of the subliminal and negative potrayal of minorities on tv/ media. If that isnt there intention then change his name something "Super Gordon" or Something like that!

  4. Who here kids are ok with watching the same sesame street videos on because mines could watch them on repeat lol #elmo

  5. Try uploading Episode 4127 because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter S and by the number 5

  6. Can you please upload Episode 4076? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter G and the number 20

  7. Can you please upload Episode 4134? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter K and the number 19

  8. Can you please upload Episode 4071? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter H and by the number 13

  9. Can you please upload Episode 4119 (Big Bird's Wish)? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter F and the number 17

  10. How about if you can upload Episode 4119 (Big Bird's Wish)? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter F and the number 17 and please trying to ignore someone who tells us that you don't take our requests Plus Edward Gelenter and TheFontMan are getting on my nerves

  11. Can you please upload Episode 4111 (Cookie world)? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter Q and by the number 10

  12. Can you please upload Episode 4083? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter D and the number 4

  13. Can you please upload Episode 4197? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter A and the number 14

  14. How about if you can upload Episode 4123? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter U and by the number 12

  15. Can you please upload Episode 4064 with better quality for the end credits? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter A and the number 1

  16. Will you please upload Episode 4106? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter C and the number 2

  17. How about if you can upload Episode 4146? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter N and by the number 12

  18. Can you please upload Episode 4098? Because Sesame Street has been brought to you today by the letter Y and by the number 5

  19. How about if you can upload Episode 4104 (Grouch Apprentice in Sesame Street)? Because like in Episode 4113, Sesame Street was brought to you by the letter W and the number 0

  20. Sir topham hatt:ah greeting this is my friend kayle
    Kayle:hi
    Sir topham hatt:kayle is gonna try to do the impossible she is going to try to hop on one foot 11 times she's been training 11 days because 11 is the number of the day laughs can she do it let's find out ah that's 1 hop,2 hops,3 hops,4 hops,5 hops,6,7,8,9,10,11 hops she did oh there she goes again she is one happy hoppy kid.

  21. Emergency Announcement: In case yall haven't heard. They're still deciding if they want egg or tuna to this day.

  22. 大学受験をこなしてきた者だけど全然俺より子供たちの方が英語喋れてるからこれから全英語の授業の代わりにセサミストリート見せればいいと思う。

  23. Elmo's world song: La-la-la-la,l a-la-la. Elmo's world. La-la-la, la-la-la-la. Elmo's world. Elmo loves his goldfish, his crayon too! That's Elmo's world!

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