– Hi, I'm Murray from Sesame Street and I'm looking forthe word on the street.
What's the word on the street? – Pumpernickel.
– What does pumpernickel mean? – Pumpernickel? That's a type of bread I think.
– It's really brown and dark.
– Tastes a little bit sour.
– Some kind of bread.
– Oh pumpernickel.
– Keep listening for theword pumpernickel today on Sesame Street.
I like saying it.
That's the word on the street.
Mmm, mmm, mmmm, hum, hum.
(fun music) ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ Sunny Day ♪ ♪ Sweepin' 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 ♪ – What now? ♪ Can you tell me how to get ♪ ♪ 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 ♪ ♪ To Sesame Street ♪ (children cheering) – I wanna play checkers today.
– Yeah, but Elmo wants to play tag.
– No, no Elmo, let's play checkers.
– But we played tag yesterday, it was fun.
– It was fun, but todaylet's play checkers.
– Hey Hey.
– No, let's play tag.
– Hey guys, what's the problem here? Hi.
– Hey Al, I wanna play checkers.
– Yeah, and Elmo wants to play tag.
– But I don't wanna play tag.
– Well Elmo doesn't want to play checkers.
– No tag.
– Alright, take it easy, take it easy.
Now is there a game thatyou both want to play? – Hmm, I can't think of one.
Can you? – No, mm mm.
– Do you have any ideas? – Oh.
– Yeah, yeah, Alan, do you? Do you? Huh? Huh? Huh? – Alright, alright a game? – Yeah, yeah a game.
– Alright let me think, let me think.
– Something good.
– Where's he going? – What are you doing Alan? – I'm thinking and oh, howabout the letter P game? – What?- Oh.
– Well Elmo never heard of that Alan.
– Oh, well.
– Well you know the letter P right? – Well sure.
It looks like this.
– Ah ha ha, Elmo likesthat sound, Puh, puh, puh.
– Yeah me too, puh, puh, puh.
– We already learn the P Alan.
– That's great.
You know what there's more, alright.
Now the fun of this gameis to look around the store and find as many things as you can that start with the letter P.
– Like this, see.
Puh – Pickles.
– Yeah Elmo's looking.
– Yeah me too.
– You can look for things thatstart with a letter P too.
– Things with a P, hmm.
– May I have a peanut-buttersandwich please.
– Okay, anything else.
– Now let's see.
Do you see anythingthat starts with P Elmo? – Not yet.
– I'll have that on pumpernickel bread with a slice of pineapple and a potato.
– Sure thing, Mr.
– And while you prepare, I shall peruse the paper.
– Come on Zoe.
You there? – Thank you.
– Boy, Elmo still can't find anything.
– Yeah, me neither.
– What about you? You see anything that startswith a letter P sound.
– I just love a peanut-buttersandwich on pumpernickel with a potato and a pineapple.
– Hey Alan! – Uh huh.
– We can't find anything thatstarts with the letter P.
– Ooh, ooh Elmo has an idea.
– Can you give Elmo and Zoe a hint, Alan.
– Okay, um, let's see.
There's something with the letter P sound very nearby.
– Oh, where? Where, I don't see it.
Let's ask Mr.
– Oh, good idea.
Excuse me, Mr.
We're looking for somethingnearby that starts with P.
Can you help us Mr.
– [Zoe And Elmo] Penguin! – Penguin starts with the letter P.
– Perfectly perceptive.
– Alright, now do you see anything else? – [Elmo] Oh, look, look, Zoe.
– [Zoe] Oh yeah a potato.
– [Elmo] Yeah and puh, puh, pineapple.
– And puh, puh, peanutbutter on pumpernickel.
– Yay, we found P words.
– Elmo loves this game.
(magical music) – Where am I? Oh Hooper's Store.
Hi Zoe, hi Elmo.
What's going on? – Oh Abby, we're playingthe letter P game.
– The letter P? – Yeah, it looks like this.
– Wait, I know that letter.
It sounds like, it sounds like uh, what's it sound like? – Oh tell her everybody.
– Puh, puh, puh, puh, puh.
– Oh yeah, puh, like penguin.
Hey, by the way, I'm from Pittsburgh.
– So Abby, you got to look for things that start with the letter P.
– Ah, wait, I know a puh-puh P-word.
It's my trick.
– Wait a minute, trickdoesn't start with P Abby.
– Oh I mean, what I do with my trick.
Lumpkin, bumpkin, diddle, diddle dumpkin Zumpkin, frumpkin, change into a pumpkin.
(everyone cheering) Pumpkin starts with P.
– Great trick.
– Hey, we should have somepumpkin pie for desert.
– Um, I think I'm gonna needmy salt-shaker back, Abby.
– Party pooper.
– Oh, wait, I know another P word.
(magical music) – Where did she go? (Elmo mumbles) – I'm out here everybody.
– Where's here? Where's my pickled pepper patch? – Hey, guess who this is? He's from a nursery rhyme.
– I picked this pickled pepper and poof! – Oh, it's Peter Piper, from the nursery rhyme.
– Yeah, picking hispack of pickled peppers.
(laughing) – More P-words.
– Wow, Abby is gettingreally good at this game.
– Where's my pickled pepper patch? I need to pick a pack of pickled peppers.
Anyone seen my peppers perhaps? – I just thought of another P-word.
(magical music) – Can you guess who this is? – Cinderella! Oh Cinderella! – Can you guess, huh, huh? – Hey, where'd my castle go.
– I know, I know, is itpuh, puh, Prince Charming from the fairytale Cinderella.
– Actually the name'sPrince Paul Charming.
– Yay, I did it.
P is for Prince and Paul.
– Oh Cindy, where are you? Yoohoo, I've got the glassslipper, I just need a foot.
– Peppers, I need pickled peppers.
Have you seen my pepperpatch, Prince Paul? – Pepper, pepper, sounds familiar, no.
Have you seen Cinderella? – No.
Peppers! Peppers! I need you.
– Cinderella, Cinderella! Are you Cinderella? – No, I'm Zoe.
– Oh, maybe the shoe fits you then.
– No, no, it's too tight.
– You're right, I must find Cinderella.
Oh, perhaps in there.
– I didn't have pumpkin pie, but here's coconut custard.
– Perfectly passable.
– Pardon me please.
I need to pick peppers.
Have you seen any peppers? – Gee, um, no.
Hey, aren't you Peter Piper? – Why yes, and I need peppers.
I am a pepper picker.
Any peppers over here? – Huh, pushy.
– Hello, I'm Prince Paul.
Maybe the shoe fits you.
– Huh? – No, has anybody ever toldyou you've got penguin feet? – Pah.
– How about you? Wanna try the shoe? – Er, I don't think so.
Cinderella! Cinderella! – Peter Piper, Prince Paul.
You know I think this has something to do with the letter P game.
– Peppers! I need my pickled pepper patch.
– Cinderella! Cinderella, I need Cinderella.
– Have you seen my pepper patch? – Are you Cinderella? – No, I'm Abby Cadabby, andI brought to Sesame Street for the letter P game.
– Well then, I demand tobe returned to my kingdom.
Cinderella's foot iswaiting for the slipper and we need to live happily ever after.
– My patch of pickled peppers is waiting.
– I guess you better send them back Abby.
– Oh gee, I don't knowhow to send you back.
– But, but Abby went and got them.
– But I haven't learnedto send people back yet, I can just go get them.
– You mean, we can't go home again.
– Oh my poor pickled peppers.
– Oh my Cinderella! – Hold on, there must be away to solve this problem.
Oh, oh, how does a fairy godmotherusually send people back? – Well, my mommy alwayssays a special rhyming spell and waves her wand.
– Okay, so how about youmake up your own rhyme to send them back.
– But what if Abby did, will it work? – Well I can try, but I need some help.
– Oh, Elmo's good at rhyming.
– Oh and me too.
– Okay, a rhyme about going home, okay.
– Peter Piper and Prince Paul no need to pack, it'stime for me to send you.
Oh what's the word I want? It needs to rhyme with pack.
– Sack rhymes with pack.
– Oh, good one Zoe.
– Time for me to send you sack.
– It didn't work.
– Oh, how about mac.
– Oh mac, okay.
It's time for me to send you mac.
– Yak, how about yak? – Or gibbityy-gack.
– No, that's not it.
– Do you know the wordthat they're looking for? – Attack.
– Oh, I don't know, if Idon't think of the right word I'll never be able to send them back.
– They're gone! – Wait, wait, wait, see, see Abby you said back.
And back rhymes with pack.
– Yeah, you did it Abby.
– Yaay! – Well done Abby.
At last things are calm again.
– Wait, I just thought of another P-word.
(magical music) – Oh, Abby, please, no, no Abby! – Elmo wonders who Abby'sbringing back this time? – Maybe Pinocchio.
– I'm not sure that we're ready for this.
(magical music) – P for pillow.
– Oh pillow, great P-word.
– Time for my nap (sighing).
– Pleasant dreams.
♪ It's rhyme time ♪ ♪ It's time to make a rhyme ♪ ♪ It's the prime time for rhyme time ♪ – [Narrator] There once was a frog who jumped off a log and went for a jog with his good friend, the hog.
♪ It's rhyme time ♪ ♪ It's time to make a rhyme ♪ ♪ It's the prime time for rhyme time ♪ There once was a quailwho had a purple tail.
She hopped down the trailwhere she met a big snail.
♪ It's rhyme time ♪ ♪ It's time to make a rhyme ♪ ♪ It's the prime time for rhyme time ♪ The snail and the quail asthey went down the trail met the frog and hogwho were out for a jog.
♪ It's rhyme time ♪ ♪ It's time to make a rhyme ♪ ♪ It's the prime time for rhyme time ♪ ♪ It's the prime time for rhyme time ♪ – Do you know what word I love.
Isn't pumpernickel a fantastic word.
Pumpernickel, pumpernickel, pumpernickel.
Come on, say it with me.
This is pumpernickel.
Pumpernickel is a kind of bread.
Pumpernickel is brown and pumpernickel (munching) Hm, mmm, mm, pumpernickel is delicious.
– [Girl] Mmm, fresh bread.
Do you know where bread comes from? It comes from wheat.
We grew wheat at our schooland learned how to make bread.
First we turned over the dirtand mixed it with fertilizer.
After that, we threwthe seeds on the ground.
We stomped them down with our feet.
And pretty soon, wheat started to grow.
Taller and taller and taller.
When it turned brown, we cut it.
To make bread, the onlypart you need are the seeds.
We used big rulers to knockthem off their stocks.
We shook the seeds to get the shells off.
They were so light, wejust blew them away.
You have to grind theseeds, it's hard work.
Finally time to make the dough.
You mix flour, water, salt, oil and yeast.
Everyone took turns stirring.
We pushed the dough around on the table.
That's called kneading.
It feels squishy between your fingers.
You can make a lot of differentshapes with the dough, even braids.
Time to bake the bread.
When it came out of the oven, we ate it.
And do you know whichbread tastes the best? The bread you make yourself.
(orchestral music) – [Announcer] It's time for theletter of the day game-show, with our contestant Cookie Monster.
– Me? – [Announcer] Yes you, that's right Cookie Monster.
To play the game all you haveto do is find three things that begin with the letter of the day.
And you only have one minute.
And if you do, you'll wina whole lot of cookies.
– Cookies! – [Announcer] But CookieMonster, wait, wait! You don't know the letter of the day yet.
– Oh yeah, yeah, what letter? What letter? – [Announcer] The letter of the day is P.
– [Announcer] Cookie Monster! The clock has started! You only have one minute.
– I've got to find something.
Pizza start with P.
(audience cheers) – [Announcer] That's right Cookie Monster.
Cookie Monster, the clock is ticking away.
You still have to findtwo more things that start with the letter P.
– Painting, yeah.
Painting start with P.
That Picasso (audience cheering) Me like it, but me no get it.
– [Announcer] Cookie Monster, you only have a few seconds left to find one more thingthat starts with the letter P.
– What's going on? – Ta-daa.
(buzzer) – [Announcer] Oh I'm sorryCookie Monster, but your time is up and that is a girl.
Girl doesn't start with the letter P.
– Where am I? – Yeah but her name Prairie-Dawn and puh, puh Prairie start with P.
– [Announcer] So it does.
Congratulations Cookie Monster, you just won a whole lot of cookies! – Am I dreaming.
(audience cheering) – P.
More peas please.
– I'm Pam.
I have a passion for the letter P.
(honky tonk piano music) I'm going to the pizza parlor.
Personally, I prefer pepperoni.
– Hi Pam.
– Can I help make pizza? – Possibly.
– Please, pretty please.
– Por favor.
– Practice makes perfect.
– You're a pizza professional.
(giggling) – Pepper? – Some P-words are bad on pizza.
And pencils, yuck.
– How about a new try.
– P is for perfect.
(happy music) ♪ He's a hero ♪ ♪ He's a guy ♪ ♪ He's a hero ♪ ♪ He's a guy ♪ ♪ You know you he is ♪ ♪ He's ta-da-ta-da ♪ ♪ Hero-Guy ♪ – What's today's heroic adventure? – Well today, Hero-Guy, Iam going to draw a picture of my favorite nursery rhyme.
Hey diddle-diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow jumped over the moon.
– Ooh, sounds heroic.
– Hey and you know what, Ithink I'll start with the moon.
– But what heroic thing can I do? – Well, oh you knowwhat, you can be the cow who jumped over the moon.
– Me? – Mmm-hmm.
– No problem.
I shall now, with my heroicsuperpowers, become a cow.
– Oink, oink, oink.
– Hero-Guy! – What? – That's a pig.
I don't think we're in cow territory.
– Really? Well, how's this? (rooster crowing) Hero-Guy! – What? – Rooster, yes.
Have no fear, cow will appear.
Ha, how am I doing huh? – Well um, well that's pretty hip.
But it's not a cow, Hero-Guy.
Now you're a hippopotamus.
– Think moo.
Think moo, think moo.
Ta-daa! (mooing) – Alright, now we're talking cow.
Okay, Hero-Guy are youready to jump over the moon.
I am ready.
Wait a minute, I like being the hippo.
– Yeah, but that's not howthe rhyme goes Hero-Guy.
The rhyme goes, hey diddle-diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the cow jumped over the moon.
– Yeah, but you're theartist, you can change it.
– Hey good point.
Okay, we're ready.
Hey diddle-diddle, the cat and the fiddle, the hippo– – Hold it! Where's the cat and the fiddle? – Oh no, I haven't drawn them yet.
– So, a bear can play the fiddle.
– You know what, that might work Hero-Guy, I'm coming in.
(fiddling) Hey diddle-diddle, thebear and the fiddle.
The hippo jumped over the moon.
(fiddling) The little bear laughed tosee such sport.
(laughing) And the hippo will be back soon.
(fiddling) You were terrific.
What a hippo, what a guy.
(mooing) (fiddling) (gentle music) ♪ Planets, moon and stars ♪ ♪ Above the world so high ♪ ♪ Higher than the clouds ♪ ♪ Higher than the sky ♪ ♪ Planets, moon and stars ♪ ♪ Are shining down through space ♪ ♪ Each one in it's home ♪ ♪ Each one in it's place ♪ ♪ Earth is far below ♪ ♪ Below each shining star ♪ ♪ Earth is what we know ♪ ♪ Earth is where we are ♪ ♪ Planets, moon and stars ♪ ♪ Above the world so high ♪ ♪ Higher than the clouds ♪ ♪ Higher than the sky ♪ – [Announcer] And nowSesame Street dinner theater proudly presents the greatmusical, South Potato.
– Sonny, you're momma makesthe best baked potatoes in the entire state of Alabama.
– You said it daddy.
– Oh shucks.
– You make the best potatoesevery which way, momma.
– Well, we do love our potatoes.
♪ They're good boiled, fried or mashed ♪ ♪ Or roasted baked or hashed ♪ ♪ You can even bake them twice ♪ ♪ With some broccoli, cheese and spice ♪ ♪ They're good with chicken, fish and vegetables ♪ ♪ And eggs and burgers too ♪ ♪ We love potatoes ♪ ♪ And potatoes love you ♪ ♪ We love peas, rice and squash ♪ ♪ And sometimes a goober ♪ ♪ But what we love mostin the whole wide world ♪ ♪ Is our favorite tuber ♪ ♪ There is nothing like potato ♪ ♪ Nothing on your plate ♪ ♪ Not a corn or a tomato ♪ ♪ Like potato ♪ ♪ And I'm great ♪ ♪ There is nothing like potato ♪ ♪ Nothing on our plate ♪ ♪ Not a corn or a tomato ♪ ♪ It's potato and it's great ♪ ♪ Nothing flakes like potato ♪ ♪ Or makes pancakes like potater ♪ ♪ No dish like potato ♪ ♪ Or ca niche like potato ♪ ♪ Or carbohydrate like potato ♪ ♪ Tastes as great as potato ♪ ♪ It's naturally high in potassium ♪ ♪ And underground is where it's from ♪ ♪ The rest in the groundand don't forget ♪ ♪ The sweet potato ♪ – I love you potato.
– And I only got eyes for you.
– I thought I was a pot-at-toe.
(laughing) – ♪ I'm a veggie you all know ♪ ♪ Underneath the ground I grow ♪ ♪ Orange, white, also blue ♪ ♪ All these colors it is true ♪ ♪ You can eat me many ways ♪ ♪ Mashed or boiled on different days ♪ ♪ Scalloped, stuffed or just plain baked ♪ ♪ I'm the one you love to taste ♪ ♪ Potatoes.
♪ – Greetings, I am Count van Count and this is my friend Kyle.
Say hello Kyle.
– Yes, very well.
Now Kyle is going to attempt something which has never been done before.
He will try to make his hair turn blue by jumping off that step.
Are you ready Kyle? Okay, you go to your step and good luck.
That's one, one jump off the step without making his hair turn blue.
Two, that's two jumps off the step without making his hair turn blue.
Three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine.
That's nine times Kyle jumped off the step without making his hair turn blue.
One more try Kyle.
That's 10, the number of the day.
10 jumps and no blue hair.
Good try Kyle, betterluck next time.
(laughing) – Your hair looks funny.
– What! My hair looks funny? – Yeah.
– Why? – Because you have it blue.
– My hair turned blue? – Yeah.
– You jumped and my hair turned blue.
– That is funny.
(laughing) – [Announcer] Alright, get readyfor 10 water skiing hippos.
Let's check it out.
What's next? 10 hippos, awesome.
And what's this? Still, 10 hippos.
– [Kids] One, two, three four, five, six seven, eight, nine 10.
One, two, three four, five, six seven, eight, nine, 10.
One, two, three, four, five six, seven, eight, nine, 10.
– Oh, what do you have to do to get some service in this place? – Hello there sir.
– Oh no, not you! – Yes sir, it is I, Groveryour rhyming waiter.
– My what? – Your rhyming waiter.
Today is rhyming day at Charlie's.
Whatever you pick to eat.
I will rhyme it and thenyou will get it, get it? – Yes I get it, but what's the reason? – Oh no reason, just rhyme.
For example, let us sayyou order some cheese.
I will think of a wordthat sounds like cheese.
For instance, um, that is a toughie.
– Oh please! – Very good sir, pleaserhymes with cheese.
But I am the rhyming waiter not you.
So I have to think of a rhyme for cheese or you cannot get your cheese.
– I don't want cheese.
– Well then why am I trying to rhyme it? – All I want is a tuna on rye.
– Oh, well alright.
Tuna on rye, the customerhas changed his mind.
Not a problem.
I will just think of aword that rhymes with rye.
Rye, rye, uh.
– Sigh, tie, lie, cry.
– All of those wordsdo rhyme with rye sir.
But I have to do the rhymingremember, it is my job.
– Why do I come here? Why? – Why rhymes too butI did not think of it.
Rye, rye, rye.
You would think this wouldbe as easy as apple pie.
(sigh) – You did it.
– Did what sir? – You rhymed pie with rye.
Rye and pie sound the same.
– Oh, I am a poet andI do not even know it.
– Oh, I did it again, did you see that? – I'm hungry.
– Yes, of course sir, thecustomer is always right.
I will be right back with your order.
– Oh, at last.
– Oh this looks so tasty.
Here you are sir, onehot slice of apple pie.
– I didn't order apple pie.
I ordered tuna on rye.
The pie rhymed with the rye.
– Oh, I am so sorry sir.
It is not easy being a poet.
I think it was Shelley who once said– – Just bring me my lunch please.
– Yes sir, with pleasure.
– Oh, wherever I go he's always there.
– Okay Charlie, whatever you say.
I am sorry sir, but we areall out of tuna on rye.
– Perhaps you should nothave waited so long to order.
Alright, just bring me a cheese burger.
– Yes sir, one cheeseburger sir, coming right up.
But what rhymes with cheese burger.
– No, do not help me Ihave to do this myself.
Should be easy.
(happy oboe music) – ♪ Calcutta Joe was a modern rhino ♪ ♪ Who swung sweet and low ♪ ♪ On his mellow oboe ♪ ♪ While Flo the hippostood up on her big toe ♪ ♪ And spun her yo-yo wayup high and down low ♪ ♪ A crow and her beau flew in from Ohio ♪ ♪ And danced the fandangoin the meadow below ♪ ♪ The crows, the hippo and Calcutta Joe ♪ ♪ All stood in a rowand sang voe-deo-doe ♪ ♪ And together they sang voe-deo-doe ♪ – ♪ Sing, sing a song ♪ ♪ Sing out loud ♪ ♪ Sing out strong ♪ ♪ Sing of good things, not bad ♪ ♪ Sing of happy, not sad ♪ ♪ Sing ahaa, sing a song ♪ ♪ Make it simple ♪ ♪ To last your whole life long ♪ ♪ Don't worry that it's not good enough ♪ ♪ For anyone else to hear ♪ ♪ Just sing, sing a song ♪ ♪ La– ♪ (penguins quacking) – Hey there, where did you guys come from? (Penguins quacking) Pretty cool, I missed you.
I'm gonna sing with you this time.
Alright, how about that.
Here we go.
♪ La, la, lala, la, la, lala.
♪ ♪ La, la, lala, la, la, lala.
♪ – One more time with feeling.
♪ la, la, lala, la, la ♪ ♪ Sing, sing a song ♪(penguins quacking) ♪ La la lala ♪ (penguins quacking) – A song is something thatyou sing like (singing).
– When you make yourvoice sound interesting.
– And different.
(singing) – ♪ Whisper.
♪ I mean.
– ♪ Old Macdonald had a farm ♪ ♪ Ee-I-Ee-I-Oe ♪ – ♪ La la, lala, la la lala ♪ ♪ Elmo's world ♪ ♪ La la lala, la la lala ♪ ♪ Elmo's world ♪ ♪ Elmo loves his goldfish ♪ ♪ His crayon too ♪ ♪ That's Elmo's world ♪ – Hi.
Welcome to Elmo's World.
(laughing) Oh Elmo's so happy to see you.
Oh and so is Dorothy.
Say hello Dorothy.
Oh, guess what Elmo'sthinking about today? Elmo get cold.
Elmo's thinking about– (Penguins yelling) Yeah it's penguins.
– Hey, where are we? – Elmo's world.
♪ La la lala, Elmo's world.
♪ – It's penguins, yay.
(fun kazoo music) (laughing) Oh boy, those penguins.
Oh look, Dorothy's beenthinking about penguins too.
And Dorothy has a question.
How do you pretend to be a penguin? Oh good question Dorothy.
Hmmm, oh let's ask Mr.
Noodle, he always has the answer.
Aha, nice penguin-walking shade.
Noodle! Where's Mr.
Noodle where are you? Mr.
Mr! Oh! There you are.
Yeah, over there.
Dorothy has a question Mr.
How do you pretend to be a penguin? – [Kid] So be a penguinMr.
Noodle, be a penguin.
(monkey screeching) No, that's a monkey Mr.
That's not being a penguin.
– [Elmo] He's making amonkey out of himself.
– [Kid] Mr.
Be like a penguin.
Noodle! You're being a chicken, that's not a penguin.
– [Elmo] It's a bird, but it's not a penguin.
– [Kid] Think penguin, youknow, how a penguin walks.
It waddles when it walks.
– [Elmo] Yeah, it's whitein front and black in back.
It looks like it's wearing a tuxedo.
– [Kid] Where is he going? Mr.
He's in a tuxedo, with flippers.
– [Elmo] By jove, he's got it.
– [Kid] Now that's being a penguin.
Now he's got it.
Oh, more penguins.
He even fooled the penguins.
– [Elmo] Mr.
– [Kid] Waddle, waddle, waddle, who knows how to be a penguin.
– Oh that Mr.
He could get a job as a penguin.
What's that Dorothy? Oh, Dorothy wants to ask someone else.
How do you pretend to be a penguin? – Here's how I pretendI'm a penguin Dorothy.
I hold my arms out likeflippers and I take little steps and go side to side.
– Hi Dorothy, we can pretendto be three penguins.
– Penguins are really good swimmers.
– Thanks everybody and thanks Dorothy.
Now Elmo will ask a baby.
Here's how Elmo pretends to be a penguin.
Waddle, waddle, waddle.
Hello baby, how do youpretend to be a penguin? (laughing) oh thank you baby.
Kiss, kiss, kiss, kiss.
Now, Elmo has a questionfor a-a-a-all you.
How many penguins are sliding on ice? Let's count them and see.
10 penguins and one sea-lion.
It bowled them over.
Great counting everybody.
Penguins sliding on ice.
That makes Elmo wonder, how do they stay warm.
Let's find out okay.
How do penguins stay warm? Oh, ha ha, everybodies a penguin today.
Do penguins wear longunderwear to stay warm? – [Kid] No, that's silly.
– [Elmo] Do they wear an overcoat? – [Kid] No, they swim, theycan't swim in an overcoat.
– [Elmo] Do they wear anything? – [Kid] No, they wear nothing.
They have feathers.
Their feathers keep themwarm even when they swim.
– [Elmo] Does a penguin wear a muffler.
– [Kids] No.
– [Elmo] Except if he's Big Bird's cousin.
– This is my cousin Blubber.
My granny bird knittedhim a nice warm muffler because he lives at the pole.
– Hi y'all.
– The South Pole.
– Y'all got a catfish.
– Thanks drawer.
And now– – Elmo has mail, Elmo has mail.
– Elmo has mail, yay.
Computer come back here.
– Elmo has mail, Elmo has mail Computer's a penguin today too.
– Elmo has mail.
– Okay, calm down mouse, thank you.
Oh yay, Elmo has an email fromGrover with some penguins.
– Hi Elmo, it is I, yourf-frozen friend Grover at the South Pole for the famous moment when once a year the penguinsfly back to Capistrano.
– We'd like to help youpal, but we can't fly there.
– Why not? – Because penguins don't fly.
– What! You do not fly.
How can that be? You are birds, you have wingy-things.
– Oh, they're flippers.
– For swimming.
We swim, we don't fly.
– Well, of course you do not fly.
You're flapping all wrong.
Yeah, you have to flap like this.
Come on flap with me now.
– I will settle for Coco Manga.
– Coco Manga, Coco Manga.
– What, no lift off.
– That's what we told you pal.
Penguins don't fly.
– So Elmo, correction, today the penguins will not fly back to Capistrano.
– Hey, hey.
– What? – We could swim to Capistrano.
– We could yeah.
– They will swim back to Capistrano.
So long Elmo.
Any swallows around here.
– Thanks computer.
– Elmo's friend John just loves penguins, so his dad took him to thezoo to see real live ones.
And he told Elmo all about it.
– My dad works at AtlantisMarine World Aquarium.
He takes care of the penguins there.
And sometimes I go along to help.
They live in a special place.
They have a big pool to swim in.
And there are cubby holes to nest in.
Penguins are birds and theylay eggs like other birds.
They have a beach area to walk around in and there's a neat tunnelthat goes under the beach area and comes up under a glass dome.
So people can go in and watchthe penguins right up close.
Penguins walk standing up, like people.
They take short steps.
It's called waddling.
They even sleep standing up.
They clean themselves with their beaks, it's called preening.
We wash down the beacharea to keep it clean and we feed them fish.
They really come quickly whenthey know it's lunch time.
They love fish.
They can swallow a whole fish.
But you have to be careful, cause they have sharp beaks.
And after lunch, they like to go swimming.
And can they swim.
They like to do things together.
They are outstanding.
– Yeah, Elmo likes penguins too.
Elmo wants to know even more about them.
Don't you? Let me find out even more.
Oh, it's T.
Yup, we can watch the penguin channel.
Turn yourself on T.
– [TV] It's the penguin channel.
All penguins all the time.
That was Flipper on Ice.
And waddle be next, BubblesParton with Penguins on Parade.
– There are 17 different kinds of penguins and they don't all live at the South Pole, but every one is a beaut.
So let's see some penguins on parade.
♪ Here come the penguins ♪ ♪ Those wonderful birds ♪ ♪ Look at them waddle ♪ ♪ Too graceful for words ♪ Here's Abdul, he's a Macaroni Penguin from the Indian Ocean.
A Rockhopper Penguin, Mick, he lives a short hop from the South Pole.
Rock hop on.
And here's the littlest penguinthere is, a Fairy Penguin.
It's Tinkerbell from Australia.
– Good Day.
– Last, Galapagos Penguinslive in the hottest place in the world, the equator.
Alright Jennifer, whenyou're hot, you're hot.
♪ And when they jump in the water ♪ ♪ It's easy to see ♪ ♪ They're everything a penguin ♪ ♪ Everything a penguin should be ♪ There's no business like snow business.
– [TV] Stay tuned forSplash, the Wet Thing and Good Morning Antarctica.
– Thanks T.
Boy, how can we findout more about penguins? Oooh, hello.
– Why don't you ask an Emperor Penguin.
We're the biggest of all penguins.
You may call me Caesar.
– Hail Caesar.
(royal fanfare) – An Emperor Penguin.
– Since you ask, I willtell you about myself.
This is my imperial beak.
– Caesar's beak.
(royal fanfare) – I use it to eat fishes.
– [Elmo] Cover your ears Dorothy.
– And go aaark.
– Caesar's aaark.
– And here are my handsome webbed feet.
– Caesar's feet.
(royal fanfare) – And these are my fabulous flippers.
– Caesar's flippers.
(royal fanfare) – I use them for swimming.
We penguins spend mostof our lives swimming.
– Most of our livesswimming.
(royal fanfare) Oh stop that.
– Oh look, look, look! Dorothy's imagining Elmo asa penguin going swimming.
(dreamy music) – You make quite asplash as a penguin lad.
– Quite a splash.
(royal fanfare) – Yay, Elmo lovespenguins so does Dorothy.
That's why Dorothy wants usto sing that penguin song.
Okay, now sing along with Elmo.
(jingle bells tune) ♪ Penguin, penguin, penguin, penguin ♪ Everybody sing.
♪ Penguin, penguin, penguin, penguin ♪ ♪ Penguin, penguin, penguin, penguin ♪ Say goodbye Dorothy.
Say goodbye penguins.
♪ Do ba be doop, Doo doo doo ♪ ♪ Quack quack ♪ ♪ Doo doop doo do penguins ♪ ♪ That's Elmo's friends.
♪ – See you at the South Pole.
– You all hurry down now.
– There, okay Marco you all cozy? Yeah, okay.
How about a bedtime story.
How about another adventureof Gina the veterinarian.
Okay, so, today Gina the veterinarian, also known as mommy, made a house-call to the jungle to help a ferociouswild animal in distress.
(meowing) Oh! There was a worried jungle cat.
Oh you poor thing, you look like you have a splinter in your paw.
Oh don't worry, I can take care of that.
So, Gina pulled out herveterinarian's tweezer and said, Sesame Street was brought to you today by the letter P and by the number 10.
Then she removed the splinterfrom the ferocious cat's paw.
(purring and meowing) Yes I know.
Better? Having saved another animal in distress.
Gina the veterinariantucked her son into bed.
(Sesame street theme tune).