Sesame Street: Elmo the Musical Compilation | 90+ Minutes!


♪ Do dee do do. ♪ ♪ Imagine a story, screedly atcha. ♪ ♪ Imagine a song, woo da lee woo. ♪ ♪ We’ll happens next, you’ll never know. ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical. ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical. ♪ ♪ Let’s get on with the show. ♪ – It’s time to make up the musical. – Woo! What’s today’s scintillating story? – Well, Elmo doesn’t know yet, Velvet. Come on, let’s think. What if… What if… A ha ha. What if Elmo was a farmer? (dramatic music) And you can be a farmer too,
because today’s story is called “Tomato: The Musical.” – Oh, now that’s an idea
that’s ripe for the picking. – Ah, thank you, Velvet. Now, come on, farmer. Let’s imagine we’re down on the farm. Wee-ah!
(dramatic music) – What a fertile imagination.
– Yeah. – But where’s our star Tomato? – Oh, she’s about to make
her entrance right now. ♪ I have a dream ♪ ♪ A really big dream, Elmo ♪ – Well, what is Big Tomato’s dream? (piano music) ♪ Cherry tomatoes are tiny ♪ ♪ Grape tomatoes are small, ♪ ♪ But I want to be the
biggest tomato of them all ♪ ♪ Oh, I want to be, I want
to be the biggest one ♪ – Oh, Farmer Elmo gets it. Tomato wants to be a bigger tomato. – No, not just bigger. ♪ I want to be, I want
to be the biggest one ♪ So, Farmer Elmo, can you help
me become the biggest tomato? – Boy, Farmer Elmo isn’t sure, but Farmer Elmo will give it a try. (upbeat country music) ♪ Let’s pour some water on the dirt, ♪ ♪ Sprinkle it or let it squirt, ♪ ♪ Because all plants need their H2O ♪ ♪ Let’s get this big tomato to
grow, grow, grow, grow, grow ♪ ♪ To grow, grow, grow, grow, grow, ♪ ♪ Grow, grow, grow, grow, grow ♪ ♪ Yeehaw ♪ Ah, it worked! The big tomato grew bigger. – But am I the biggest tomato? – Boy, Elmo’s not sure. – Wanna know if you’re the biggest? – Oddly enough, I do. – Then you need to get to the Big, Bigger, Biggest County Fair. – The Big, Bigger, and
Biggest County Fair? What’s that? – A fair where they measure
to see which is the biggest. – The biggest what? – [Group] The biggest everything! ♪ Think you got the biggest chair ♪ ♪ Biggest chair, biggest chair ♪ ♪ Are your loafers the biggest pair ♪ ♪ Biggest pair, biggest pair ♪ ♪ A teddy bear, a really big square, ♪ ♪ A giant pair of underwear, ♪ ♪ Bring them all and we’ll compare ♪ ♪ Where, where, where ♪ ♪ At the Big, Bigger,
Biggest County Fair ♪ ♪ Big, Bigger, Biggest County Fair ♪ ♪ Big, Bigger, and Biggest County Fair ♪ ♪ Big and Bigger and Biggest County Fair ♪ (laughing) – Oh, boy, can we go to the
Big, Bigger, and Biggest County Fair, Farmer Elmo? – Of course, we can. Come on, Farmer. Let’s get this tomato to the fair. Let’s bounce. ♪ Bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bouncy bouncy bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bouncy bouncy bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bouncy bouncy bounce ♪ – Look, look, look, signs. What do they say, Tomato? – Oh, the Big, Bigger,
Biggest County Fair this way. – Oh, cool. Come on, Farmer, let’s keep bouncing. ♪ Bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bouncy bouncy bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bouncy bouncy bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bounce bounce bounce bounce ♪ ♪ Bounce bouncy bouncy bounce ♪ Oh, look, look, look, the Big, Bigger, and Biggest County Fair. – Yay! – [Announcer] Ladies
and gentlemen, it’s time for the biggest tomato competition. – Oh, well, sounds like Big
Tomato made it just in time. Come on, partner. (harmonica music) (oinking) – And now, it is my honor to present the award for the biggest
tomato in the whole wide world, and the winner is– – Wait! – Momma mia. – What? – Momma mia. – Why does she keep saying that? – Elmo doesn’t know. ♪ Momma mia, you are really large ♪ ♪ My, my, you’re bigger
than a two-ton barge ♪ ♪ My, my, momma mia ♪ ♪ You’re humongous ♪ ♪ You’re bigger than a city bus ♪ – That’s very nice of you to say, but am I the biggest tomato? ♪ Momma mia let’s compare ♪ ♪ My, my, Big Tomato,
go and sit right there ♪ ♪ My, my, my ♪ ♪ This tomato is big ♪ ♪ This one’s bigger ♪ ♪ Not small ♪ ♪ But you, you’re the biggest one of all ♪ ♪ My, my, my, momma mia,
you’re the biggest one ♪ ♪ Momma mia, this is so much fun ♪ ♪ My, my ♪ ♪ Momma mia, I’m the biggest one ♪ ♪ My, my ♪ ♪ Momma mia, you’re the biggest size, ♪ ♪ so you deserve the biggest prize ♪ ♪ Here’s a ribbon that’s big ♪ ♪ This one’s bigger ♪ – Not small. ♪ But here is the biggest
ribbon of them all ♪ ♪ My, my, momma mia,
you’re the biggest one ♪ ♪ Momma mia, momma mia, momma mia ♪ ♪ Momma mia ♪ – Now that’s what I
call a really big show. – The biggest. Oh, and thank you, Farmer. Elmo couldn’t have done
this musical without you. – Curtain call. ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Bye-bye! (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Ooh, ooh, it’s time
to make up a musical! – Oh, what adventure will
you imagine today, Elmo? – Well, Elmo’s not sure,
Velvet, let’s think. (twinkling music) Ooh, ooh, what if Elmo was a prince? (triumphant music) (laughs) Very royally! – Woo, Your Highness, I love the crown. – Ah, thanks, Velvet,
but Prince Elmo thinks he needs more than just royal clothes. – Hm, how about a royal kingdom? – Oh, good idea! Ooh, ooh, help Prince Elmo
imagine a royal kingdom. Whoa! Whoa, really good imagining. – Very regal! (laughs) – Now it’s time for
Prince Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Prince Elmo is the Prince-iest Prince ♪ ♪ That ever was before or since ♪ ♪ A prince who rescued those in need ♪ ♪ With fearless heart
and lightning speed ♪ ♪ And with his trusty royal guards ♪ Wait! Prince Elmo needs some Royal Guards. Quick, let’s imagine! (dramatic music) – What’s all this, then? – Alright. – Are you Guards, or are you mice? – We’re Guards, and we’re mice! – That’s right. (laughs) – Perfect, perfect, oh, and you can help Prince Elmo by being Captain of the Guard! – All Hail Prince Elmo!
– All Hail Prince Elmo! – Thank you. Now, where was Prince Elmo? Oh yeah! ♪ Hm hm hm, hm doo doo doo ♪ ♪ And with his trusty Royal Guards ♪ ♪ Dressed in stylish leotards ♪ ♪ Stuck without delay ♪ ♪ Who needs rescuing today? ♪ (laughs) – Your Prince-iness, an urgent message from the people of Totting Tot. – Oh, well what’s the message? – Dear Prince Elmo, a terrible dragon is scaring our town, help! Signed, the town of Totting Tot. (laughs) – Look, that’s it! We must rescue the town from the dragon. Come on, Royal Guards,
we’re off to Totting Tot. (hiccough)
(guard gasps) – Hark!
– What? – Do you hear what I hear? (hiccough) – Sounds like a hiccough! – Oh, oh, Prince Elmo sees a hoop. – It’s the Hiccoughing Hoop of Valley Hoo! – Yes, let’s go through it. – Alright, yes. Uh, maybe if we… (chattering) Ah. This is hoop-less… I mean hopeless. It won’t stay still long enough for us to get through. – No. – But we have to get through that hoop. Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh,
Prince Elmo has an idea! – What is it, your Brainy-ness? – Well, well, we’ll surprise the hoop and cure its hiccoughs! – Brilliant! – Quite right! – Okay, Royal Guards, when Prince Elmo counts to five, shout,
“Whatta whatta whatta!” One, two, three, four, five. – [All] Whatta whatta whatta! (Guard gasps) – It worked! (laughs) – Yay! And through the hoop we go. – Oh yes. – Yay, we did it! – Very nice, very nice. – There’s the town of
Totting Tot, let’s go! (clears throat) – Oh, oh, sorry your majesty. – Sorry
– Sorry. – So sorry, It’s your fault. – My fault? – It’s always your fault. – His Royal Majesty of
the Red and the Fur, Prince Elmo, thank goodness you’re here. – Here he is! Please, save us from this
dragon’s terrible breath. – Is it a fire-breathing dragon? – No, his breath isn’t fire, it’s… – It’s, um… Stinky.
– Yes. – Stinky breath? How bad could that be? – This bad. (Dragon breathes) (screams) – [All] The dragon! (Dragon laughs)
(upbeat music) ♪ Well, my breath is
stinkier than a skunk ♪ ♪ As soon as you smell
it, you’ll be sunk ♪ ♪ Like a slam dunk, who’d ‘a thunk ♪ ♪ It’s my horrible dragon breath ♪ ♪ My powerful, terrible, stinky ♪ ♪ Unbearable, horrible dragon breath ♪ (Dragon wheezes) – Stinky! (Dragon laughs) – Gadzooks! What’ll we do? – Ooh, ooh, ooh, Prince Elmo knows. We’ll make Prince Elmo’s breath even stinkier than the dragon. – Good idea, but how? – Well, Prince Elmo thinks garlic makes your breath stinky. – Yeah.
– Right. ♪ One, two, three, four, five, hey ♪ ♪ Eat some garlic, save the day ♪ ♪ Blow the dragon’s breath away ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five, hey ♪ – Is your breath stinky
enough, Prince Elmo? – Well, let’s see. Oh, Mr. Dragon. (breathes) – You call that stinky? (Dragon breathes)
– Jump up! – Quick, we need something stinkier. – Well, we could try… Limburger. – Limburger! – Limburger? – Limburger cheese! The stinkiest cheese in the universe! – Well, what are we waiting for? ♪ One, two, three, four, five, please ♪ ♪ Prince Elmo has some stinky cheese ♪ ♪ To bring that dragon to his knees ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five ♪ ♪ Please ♪ (laughs) – And how does your breath
smell now, Prince Elmo? – Stinky. (Guards groan) Sorry. – Oh yeah? We’ll see about that. (breathes) – Limburger! (crashing) Stinky. – Oh yeah! – Hooray for Prince Elmo! – Thank you! Oh, sorry, Prince Elmo
needs some breath spray. Ooh, minty! (laughs) Thank you for all your help, Royal Guards! – Oh, thank you, Prince Elmo!
– Oh, thank you, Prince Elmo! (cheers)
(triumphant music) – That was cheesy adventure, Elmo. (laughs) – Thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, Captain of the Guards. Elmo couldn’t have
imagined this without you. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ (laughs) – Bye-bye! (cheers) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – What if, what if, what if… Hey, what if Elmo was a cowboy? (mysterious music) (laughs) This is cool, snazzy. Oh, yes, today’s musical is called ♪ Cowboy: The Musical ♪ – Yee-haw. I do so love a western because they take place
in the wild, wild West. Go west young cowboys! (laughs) – Hey, aah! Wow, great imagining! – Howdy! – Howdy! – Howdy little red fella. – What kinda cowboy are you? ♪ Cowboy Elmo knows what he can do ♪ ♪ Cowboy Elmo can count by two ♪ – Huh? ♪ Two, four, six, eight, 10, 12, 14 ♪ ♪ Golly, see what that cowboy did ♪ ♪ Cowboy Elmo did ♪ ♪ We’ll call you the Count By Two Kid ♪ – Yee-haw! – [Both] Count By Two Kid? We need you. – You do? – We need you to drive these here six kittycows to our– – [Both] Double-double
dude-dude ranch-ranch. – Kittycows? – Yeah, they’re part kitty– – Part cow. – Just head straight
through Two Cactus Canyon. – Yep, and follow the trail. – Later, dude! – Wait! How’s Elmo gonna drive these kittycows to the Double-Double
Dude-Dude Ranch-Ranch? Let’s drive these kittycows
by counting by twos. ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ You and you stand here ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ You and you stand there ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ And you and you, then you’re in pairs ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Now cowboys, let do a count ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ To check we have the right amount ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Two, four, six, we
have six furry steers ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Let’s move them out ♪ ♪ I’ll get your cheers ♪ – We’re off to the Double-Double
Dude-Dude Ranch-Ranch. (meowing and mooing) – Oh look, Cactus! This much be Two Cactus Canyon. Count the cactus, partner. One, two, three. Wait, that’s too many. This must be Three Cactus Canyon. We need Two Cactus Canyon. Let’s keep driving. Giddyup, partner. Yippee ki yay. We are kitty kitty kitty cow all day. (laughing) Ah, more cactus. Let’s count them partner. One, two. Oh, this is it! Two Cactus Canyon. All right kittycows, let’s
count up and go down the trail. – Two. – Four. – Four? There was six kittycows, right partner? Elmo thinks some kittycows are missing. Okay, count by two again kittycows. – Two. – Ah! Whoa! What in the wild, wild west? What’s that partner, huh? Hey, all the kittycows are gone! What’s going on here? – It’s called subtraction, Elmo. Six kittycows take away six
kittycows is zero kittycows. – Zero kittycows? Well, where did they go? – I can help with that. (country music) – Oh, look, look, look,
partner, it’s our kittycows! – Whoa whoa whoa. Are you accusing us of rustlin’
your kittycows, mister? – ‘Cause we ain’t rustlers,
no, no, no, we’re wrastlers. And these here are our
wrastlin’ kittycows. Look at ’em, look at how fierce they are. – Elmo is sorry to disagree, but he thinks those are his kittycows. – How do you know? – How can we be sure, partner? What can the Count By Two Kid do to prove these are his kittycows? – You could always count by two. – Yeah, that’s it, come
on kittycows, let’s march. ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ – Say partner, get those
kittycows marching. ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Get ready kittycows and count by twos ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ Meow moo count by two ♪ ♪ 2 4 6 meow moo ♪ ♪ Now I’ll show you ♪ (laughs) – Curtain up on the Double-Double
Dude-Dude Ranch-Ranch. – Way to go, Count By Two Kid! – Let’s celebrate with the
Double-Double Dude-Dude Ranch-Ranch count by two dance. – What kind’ve dance is that? – The Texas two-step! – Grab a partner, yee-haw! – Oh and you’re Elmo’s partner, partner. (fiddle dance music) ♪ Sing and stomp and count by twos ♪ ♪ Two, four, six, eight ♪ ♪ Sing and clap and count by twos ♪ ♪ 10, 12, 14, 16 ♪ ♪ Two by two we’re dancing dudes ♪ ♪ With a counting attitude ♪ ♪ Two, four, six, eight,
10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 ♪ ♪ Now let’s conclude ♪ ♪ We countin’ buddy ♪ ♪ Yee-haw ♪ (laughs) – What a foot-stomping
story, Elmo, two tassels up! – Thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, partner. Elmo couldn’t imagine
this musical without you. – Curtain call! – Oh good! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Bye-bye! (cheers and applause) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Come on. Help Elmo make up a musical. Let’s imagine we’re chefs. (twinkling music) Oh, wait. Elmo has an even better idea. What if you and Elmo were
chefs that go around the world, searching for new recipes. Oh, let’s imagine we’re chef explorers. (laughing) – Wow. You have some great imaginations. – Well, if you think that’s
great, Velvet, watch this. Ooh. Come on. Let’s imagine we’re in the jungle. Whoa. Ah. – Beautiful scenery. It reminds me of Machu Picchu. (laughs) – This is isn’t Machu Picchu, Velvet. This is Nacho Picchu. And here comes the Queen
of Nacho Picchu now. ♪ I’m the queen of Nacho Picchu, ♪ ♪ And I’m looking for a treat, you see ♪ ♪ I have this big tortilla, but
it’s kinda bland, you see-a ♪ ♪ So to spice up this here chip, ♪ ♪ I need to find a real big dip ♪ ♪ She’s the Queen of Nacho Picchu, ♪ ♪ And she’s really glad to meet you ♪ – Don’t worry. Chef explorers will find the
perfect dip for that chip. – Find that big dip, or else. (exotic music) – Sheesh. Where are the chef explorers
going to find the dip? – The Rhombus of Recipes. It’s a rhombus filled
with all kinds of recipes. – Wow. Well, how does Velvet know that? – Because I made it up for the story. (laughing) – What is a rhombus? – Ah. A rhombus is a shape with four equal sides that looks like a diamond. – Oh – Like this. (laughs) – Thank you, Velvet. Come on. Let’s look for that rhombus. – Shape up. – Oh, look, look! Look, a shape! Oh, quick. Let’s count the sides. One. Two. Three. Four. Oh, yes, yes, four equal sides. And it looks like a diamond. Ooh. This must be– – The Rhombus of Recipes. – Yeah. – Now, what recipe do you need, Elmo? A savory stew? A glorious goulash? – Well, um, actually, Chef Explorer Elmo needs a really big dip. – Ah. Sounds like you need my recipe
for gargantuan guacamole. – Oh, yes. – Well, if you want the
recipe, just sing We want Guac. – Ah. Come on, let’s sing! ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ To make guacamole just listen to me ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ And follow my awesome recipe ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ First go to the Garden
of the Whistling Nose ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ And bring back 14 avocados ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ – Nice, Elmo.
– Thank you. – And that’s the shape of things. – Oh. Well, thank you, Rhombus. – De nada. – De nada. (laughing) Ooh, ooh. You heard the shape. Let’s head to the Garden
of the Whistling Nose. – [Velvet] I’ll take care of that. – Oh! (lighthearted music) Wow. This is such a cool garden. Thanks, Velvet. (whistling) – Oh, listen, listen. Hear that whistling? Maybe it’s the– – Achoo! – The nose. (laughing) – The name’s Nose MacDonald. – Well, can Nose MacDonald
help Elmo find 14 avocados? – Of course. Just follow my nose. ♪ This nose has a garden that grows ♪ ♪ Sniff, sniff, sniff, sniff ♪ ♪ This nose grows some avocados ♪ ♪ Sniff, sniff, sniff, sniff ♪ ♪ How many avocados in that tree ♪ ♪ Come on, everybody, and count with me ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, sniff, sniff ♪ – Oh, seven is less than 14. – Don’t break out the tissues. I got another avocado tree right here. ♪ How many avocados in that tree ♪ ♪ Come on, everybody, and count with me ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five,
six, seven, sniff, sniff ♪ – Seven. – Oh, that’s less than 14. This nose blew it. – No. No. No, Nose didn’t. We just have add all
the avocados together. – Addition? That’s nothing to sneeze at. Let’s do it. ♪ Seven in those leaves ♪ ♪ Seven in those leaves ♪ ♪ Let’s add them all together please ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five, ♪ ♪ Six, seven, eight, nine, 10, ♪ ♪ 11, 12, 13, 14, ♪ – We got 14 avocados. – Sniff. Sniff. Sniff. (laughing) Oh boy. Well, thanks for your
help, Nose MacDonald. We have the avocados. What comes next? ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ Want to make guacamole this afternoon ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ Then, head on over to
the Temple of Spoons ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ Add three spoons of onion ♪ ♪ No more, no less ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ ♪ Get the measurement right, ♪ ♪ or it’ll be a mess ♪ ♪ We want guac ♪ – The rhombus said add
three spoons of onion. – Oh. Right. Right. Come on. Let’s count, and measure
three tablespoons. One tablespoon. – Hurry, before this
whole place falls apart! – Okay. Two tablespoons. – We don’t have much time. Add the last spoon. – Okay. Three. – Ah. Oh. Well, did it work? (triumphant music) Oh, yay! We did it, we did it! We did it, chef explorers! We made a huge bowl of guacamole! Yay! – Curtain up on the Queen of Nacho Picchu. (exotic music) – Well, what does the
Queen of Nacho Picchu think of the guacamole? – I don’t like it. (gasping)
– Oh no. – I love it! – Yay! – A delicious story. Bravo. – Ah, thanks, Velvet. Oh, and thank you. Boy, Elmo couldn’t have imagined
this musical without you. – Curtain call. – Oh come on. Take a bow with Elmo. ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical. ♪ – Elmo: The Musical. – That’s the end of our show! (laughs) – Bye-bye. (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Ooh! What’s today musical
story going to be, Elmo? – Well, Elmo’s not sure yet, Velvet. Come on! Let’s think. (twinkling music) What if, what if… Ah! What if Elmo was… (twinkling music) Ah! A karate master? Ooh, a martial arts musical. Sounds exciting. – Yeah, Velvet. And you can be a karate master too. (laughs) First, Karate Master Elmo will
teach you the special karate chop. It goes like this. (laughs) ♪ Hop, hop, chop, chop, chop ♪ ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ Now you try it with Elmo. Come on! ♪ Hop, hop, chop, chop, chop. ♪ ♪ Hop, hop. ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop. ♪ (exotic music)
(laughs) Boy, that was cool. Now we’re ready to imagine… ♪ Karate Master: The Musical ♪ (gong chiming)
(laughs) Come on. Let’s imagine a village. Ah! ♪ Here in our little village, ♪ ♪ Atop a grassy hill, lives
a wise karate master ♪ ♪ With a very special skill ♪ ♪ Using only his bare hands
and with such amazing speed, ♪ ♪ He uses his karate chop
to make any shape you need ♪ ♪ Who needs a shape master ♪ ♪ Elmo can do it ♪ ♪ With a chop, chop, chop,
there’s nothing to it ♪ – Let’ chop. ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ – Wow! Look at all those amazing shapes! (gong chiming)
(rumbling) – What was that? – What’s happening? – Master Elmo, my
triangle-shaped sandwiches have all been smushed. – Well–
– Oh! – Oh, and all my circle-shaped
wagon wheels are broken! – Oh no!
– Oh! – Oh no! My house! Every rectangle, ruined. I say, who is destroying
all of our shapes? – [Voice] I am. (gasps)
– Oink! – What is that? ♪ They call me, simply, The Ooze ♪ ♪ And I’m here to give you the news ♪ ♪ When I see a shape, I can’t take it ♪ ♪ I have to destroy it and break it ♪ ♪ Say goodbye to each square ♪ ♪ They’ll no longer be there ♪ ♪ No ovals, triangles,
circles or rectangles ♪ ♪ That’s the last pentagon ♪ ♪ There’s no more ♪ ♪ They’re all gone ♪ ♪ The Ooze rules ♪ ♪ So do not mistake it ♪ – Mr. Ooze has to stop
breaking all of our shapes! – Says who? – Says Karate Master Elmo! – Oh. Is that so? – Mhm. – Well then, it seems that
you have met your match. – We shall meet in the octagon. (suspenseful music)
(The Ooze laughs) – Ew, ugh. Now that I see it, I realize
this octagon is a shape. – Uh-huh. A shape with 8 sides and 8 angles. – It must be destroyed! (yelling)
(crashing) – Ah! Well, aren’t you going to
stop him, Karate Master Elmo? – Patience, young grasshopper. – Um, I’m actually middle aged, FYI. – Oh. – Well? Is that the best you’ve got? – Let’s chop. ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ – What shape is this going to be? It looks like it has one,
two, three, four, five sides– – [Cow] And five angles. – [Grasshopper] It’s a pentagon! – Pentagon? Begone. Whoa! – Why doesn’t The Ooze like shapes? – Why? ♪ Life would be much less hectic ♪ ♪ If I were geometric ♪ ♪ But no, there is no shape to me ♪ ♪ To me ♪ (sobbing) – Master Elmo may have
a way to help The Ooze. ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ Yeah. See? – A square? How is a shape supposed
to make me feel better? – Well, just go inside the square. (bubbling) – Oh, look at me. I have a shape! I’m a square! ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ (grunting) – Hmm, let’s see. (bubbling)
(The Ooze gasps) Look at me! I’m a triangle! ♪ Hop, hop ♪ ♪ Chop, chop, chop ♪ (grunting) (bubbling) (laughs) – [Animals] Wow! – I’m a… Uh, I don’t even know what shape this is. (laughs) – You’re a rhombus. (laughs) – I’m rhombus shaped. Woo-hoo! (laughs) – See? It’s not that The Ooze has no shape. The Ooze can be any shape. (laughs) – You’re right. (bubbling) (laughs) – I can be every shape there is. ♪ And now I do look forward to
the shape of things to come ♪ ♪ Yes, now we all look forward ♪ ♪ To the shape of things to come ♪ – Bravo! Bravo! (laughs) That performance was in great shape, Elmo! (laughs) – Ah, thank you, Velvet. (laughs) And thank you, karate master. Elmo couldn’t have done
this story without you. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ (laughs) – Bye-bye! (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ Time to make a musical! – Uh-huh! – What story are you
imagining today, Elmo? – Oh hey, Velvet. Boy, Elmo’s been thinking about
how much he loves animals. Oh, so, so what if, what if… Oh, oh, oh! What if Elmo was an iguana! (twinkling music) (laughs) – How exotic! – Yeah! You can pretend to be an iguana too! ♪ In Iguana: The Musical! ♪ (mysterious music) Wow! (laughs) ♪ Do you wanna, wanna be an iguana ♪ ♪ Time is now you know we are gonna ♪ ♪ Be a cute and green iguana ♪ ♪ Wanna, wanna be an iguana ♪ ♪ Wanna, wanna be an iguana ♪ (laughs) Look, iguana friend! It’s another iguana! – Hola, amigo! – Would Iguana like to be
friends with Iguana Elmo? – Si, that would make me very feliz. – Hmm? Feliz? (exotic music) ♪ Feliz is Spanish for happy ♪ ♪ Makes my feet go fleepy-flappy ♪ ♪ Feliz, feliz, happy happy ♪ ♪ Us iguana tip, tip, tappy ♪ ♪ Tippy, tappy, flippy-flapping ’cause ♪ ♪ we’re both feliz and happy ♪ ♪ Wanna, wanna, be an iguana ♪ (laughing) (“La Cucaracha” beeping)
– Huh? – Excuse me.
– Yeah, sure. – Hola? Si? (gasps) Aye-yai-yai. Adios. – Well, what’s wrong, Iguana? – Well, today is my abuela’s birthday. (laughs) And I will not be able to be
there to celebrate with her. Oh. I am so triste. – Huh? Triste? (solemn exotic music) ♪ Triste is Spanish for sad ♪ ♪ Now I’m feeling oh so bad ♪ ♪ Triste, oh sad, sad, sad ♪ ♪ Oh, whoa, I feel so bad ♪ ♪ Oh, oh ♪ – Hey, Iguana, you can stop feeling triste and start feeling feliz again. Because we are going to
your abuela’s birthday! – But how? She lives in Mexico! That is very far away, senor! – This is Elmo’s imagination, remember? Anything is possible! (mysterious music)
(laughs) – Oh! I cannot believe this! – Yeah!
– Si! – So which was to Abuela’s house? (inhales) – I’m not sure.
– Oh. – But not to worry, I have a picture of it right here, senor. – Oh, oh great. We just need to find the
house in the picture. – Oh look, Abuela’s house
has a door that is azul. – Yeah, but that door’s blue. – Azul is how we say
blue in Spanish, senor. – Oh! Wow! Come on, iguanas! Let’s look for a house
with a door that’s blue. – Azul! (laughing) ♪ We’re off to see Abuela ♪ ♪ Yes, you know it’s true ♪ ♪ And if we’re going to see her, ♪ ♪ Got to find a door that’s blue ♪ (laughing) – Ooh! Azul! This door is azul! – Oh, yeah! The door is blue! – Well, they must be inside! – Uh-huh. – Abuela?
– Abuela? – Abuela?
– Abuela? – Abuela? – Uh, yes? I am an abuela. – Ah-ha-ha! – But wait, you’re not my abuela. – Oh, no. I am afraid that I am not. – I do not understand. You have a door that is azul
just like my grandmother. – Now wait a minute, wait a minute.
– Hmm? – Let’s look at the picture. – Oh, si senor. – Uh-huh. They both have blue doors. But the roofs are different. This house has a yellow roof. Abuela’s house has a roof that’s red. – A rojo roof? I know a house like that. (gasping) – You do?
– Mhm, si. Grab on, iguanas! (exotic music) ♪ We’re off to see Abuela ♪ ♪ You heard what we said ♪ ♪ She’s in a house with a blue
door and a roof the color red ♪ (exotic music)
(laughing) – Here we are, Abuela’s house. – This house has an azul
door and a rojo roof. – Uh-huh.
– Abuela! – Abuela! (panting) (laughs) – Abuela! (laughs) Um– – Yes, I’m an abuela, but I’m afraid I am not your abuela. – Ugh! Why is this happening, Iguana Elmo? This house is just like my abuela’s – Wait a minute, wait a minute. Maybe we should look at the picture, huh? – Oh, si, senor.
– Uh-huh. It has a blue door and a red roof, but this house has a green mailbox. The mailbox in the picture is yellow. – An amarillo mailbox? I know a house like that one! Hop on! ♪ We’re off to see Abuela, ♪ ♪ Can’t wait to say hello. ♪ ♪ Look for a red roof and a blue door ♪ ♪ And a mailbox that’s yellow. ♪ – Ooh, here we are! (panting) Oh, this is it! This is my abuela’s house! – Oh wait a minute, Iguana. Iguana?
– Si? – Maybe we should check the picture first and really make sure, huh? – Si, senor.
– Yeah. – Azul door. – Yes, the door is blue. – Rojo roof. – It has a red roof. – Amarillo mailbox. – Yeah! A yellow mailbox! Iguana Elmo thinks this is it! – Yea! My abuela’s house! – Yeah! (gasps) – Abuela! – Ah, mwah! My little granddaughter! – Felicidades! – Come on, let’s celebrate! Musica. ♪ I-ah, I-ah, me, an iguana. ♪ ♪ My granddaughter makes me happy, ♪ ♪ Makes my tail go flippy-flappy ♪ ♪ Feliz, feliz, flippy, flappy ♪ ♪ My granddaughter makes me happy ♪ ♪ I’ll-ah, I’ll-ah be an iguana ♪ ♪ I’ll-ah, I’ll-ah be an iguana ♪ ♪ Feliz, feliz, jump, jump, jump ♪ ♪ Because we are all,
because we are all, ♪ ♪ Because we are all feliz and happy! ♪ – Oh, Elmo, that was truly bravissimo. – Thank you, Velvet. Oh, but Elmo could never
have done it without all of you iguanas. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ (laughs) – Adios!
(cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ We’ll make it up, boom shaka laka ♪ ♪ As we go along, a-doo ba dee doo ♪ ♪ What happens next you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Ready, Velvet? – Ready, Elmo! – Ah-ha-ha-ha! Oh, are you ready to make up
a new musical story with Elmo? – I know I am. Where will your imagination take us today? – Hmm, what if… Oh, oh, oh! What if… (upbeat music) ♪ What if Elmo’s wearing a swimsuit? ♪ ♪ Standing on warm sand ♪ ♪ What if he’s near the
ocean, surfboard in hand ♪ ♪ What if the sun is shining,
the day is beautiful ♪ – Are you imagining a beach? – Yeah, baby! ♪ It’s Beach: The Musical ♪ Yeah! Looks like the surf’s up too. (regal music) Ah-ha-ha-ha! – Welcome! I am the king, King Crab! And this beach is my kingdom! – Ah-ha-ha-ha! Cool! Elmo never knew there was a beach kingdom. – Of course. Why do you think are so many sandcastles? (laughing) – Boy, King Crab sure seems happy. – That is why they call
it Happy Crab Beach! Everyone here is happy,
from starfish to shellfish! (laughing) – Ah! I’m happy as a clam! Whoa! – So am I! And I am a clam! (laughing) – You see? Not even a crab could be
crabby on Happy Crab Beach. (exotic music) ♪ Take a look around, what do you see ♪ ♪ Everybody here is so happy ♪ ♪ Ask anyone ♪ ♪ They’ll say they’re each a’happy ♪ ♪ To be here on Happy Crab Beach ♪ ♪ The creatures of the sand ♪ ♪ We’re so happy ♪ ♪ The seagulls when they land ♪ ♪ We’re so happy ♪ ♪The fish in the ocean ♪ ♪ We’re so happy ♪ ♪ All feel the same emotion ♪ ♪ We’re so happy ♪ ♪ Yes, anyone you ask,
they’ll say they’re each ♪ ♪ A’happy to be here on Happy Crab Beach ♪ (laughing) – Elmo loves this place! Everybody’s so happy. – [Voice] Not everybody. – What’s that? – Oh, ho ho! It is a little shrimp! (crying) – Oh, what’s wrong? Why are you crying? ♪ I don’t like being little ♪ ♪ And let me tell you why ♪ ♪ Too much is out of my reach,
too many things way too high ♪ ♪ Oh, no, no, no, being
small is not what I choose ♪ ♪ No, it isn’t fair ♪ ♪ It’s certainly not ♪ ♪ I’ve got the feeling-low,
wish-I’d-grow, ♪ ♪ sorrowful-sad-shrimp blues ♪ ♪ It really makes me down ♪ ♪ And there’s not much
further down it than me ♪ ♪ I can’t see over others ♪ ♪ Things go right over my head ♪ ♪ Can’t climb high on my own ♪ ♪ I need someone to boost me instead ♪ ♪ Oh, no, no, no, this
is all such sad news ♪ ♪ Oh, it is so sad, baby ♪ ♪ I got the feeling-low, wish-I’d-grow, ♪ ♪ sorrowful-sad-shrimp blues ♪ ♪ One more time, for all
you shrimpers out there ♪ ♪ Sing along ♪ ♪ I got the feeling-low, wish-I’d-grow, ♪ ♪ sorrowful-sad-shrimp blues ♪ – Blues! – Whoa! Wipeout! – My crown! The wave washed away my crown! – Oh, come on! We have to catch it! Oh! (splashing)
(metallic tinkling) There’s the crown! Between those big rocks! (gasps) – I must get it back! – Uh-huh! (grunting) – I can’t reach it. I’m too big. – Let Elmo, let Elmo try. Let’s see. Oh no. Elmo’s too big too. – Oh no! (crying) – Oh no! Wait, King Crab doesn’t
seem happy anymore, does he? Can you tell how he’s feeling now? (crying) – Sad. I’m very familiar with that emotion. (crying) – [Creatures] We’re all sad! (loud crying) – Can you think of anybody
small enough to fit in there? Wait a minute! Elmo knows who might be able to help! The Shrimp! – Me?
– Uh-huh! – You may be the only one small enough to get my crown! Please, help! Your king needs you! – Uh-huh. – I’ll do my best, your majesty! (laughing) – Look at her go.
– Uh-huh! – Can she reach it? Is she getting it? – Oh, Elmo hopes this works. – I got it! (cheering) – Oh, my crown! Whew! I am a happy king grab once again! (laughing) Thank you! Thank you, little tiny sh… I mean, um– – Oh, it’s okay to call me that. Because now I know that being little can be pretty great after all. (laughs) – Oh. So you’re not feeling sad anymore? – No. Now I’m feeling a different emotion. – Oh, what was that? ♪ Oh, I am feeling proud ♪ ♪ I’ll shout it right out loud ♪ ♪ I can’t keep inside all of the pride ♪ ♪ Oh, you should be feeling proud ♪ ♪ ‘Cause now I really see
how great smallness can be ♪ ♪ Oh, I have to say, you saved the day ♪ ♪ Oh, I’m proud that I am me ♪ ♪ Come on ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ And united! ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Proud, proud, proud ♪ ♪ Oh, I can’t keep inside
all of this pride ♪ ♪ Because I am feeling proud ♪ – Oh, Elmo, I just love
stories with happy endings! – Ah, thanks, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, too. Elmo loves going to the beach with you. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Bye-bye! (laughing) (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Yes! Today’s story is called
Circus,: The Musical. Let’s imagine a big circus tent. (twinkling music)
Whoa! (laughing) Cool. (circus music) Wow. (horn honking) (laughing) Well, great imagining. – How exciting. And what’s your part
in today’s story, Elmo? – Elmo is a monster with a dream. – A dream? – Yeah, yeah, a dream to join the circus. ♪ Elmo’s dream is to join the circus, ♪ ♪ To be part of the show ♪ – Wee! ♪ To do something amazing,
or even hair-raising, ♪ ♪ And hear the crowd cheer from below ♪ ♪ Ah ♪ ♪ Ladies and gents,
amazing entertainment ♪ ♪ Is about to commence ♪ ♪ It’s the most incredible,
exciting, stupendous, ♪ ♪ And delighting circus in the universe. ♪ – Hello, Mr. Ringmaster. Excuse Elmo. – Who are you? – Elmo is a monster with a dream. – Huh? ♪ Elmo’s dream is to join the circus, ♪ ♪ To be part of the show ♪ ♪ To do something amazing,
or even hair-raising, ♪ ♪ And hear the crowd cheer from below ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ (laughing) – So you want to join the circus, eh? – Yeah, yeah, yeah.
– Well, uh, what do you do? What’s your act? – Um, Elmo doesn’t have an act. Elmo will find one. There must be something Elmo can do. – All right, okay, but for now– – Yeah?
– I’ve got a circus to run. – Oh. (drumming) Ladies and gentlemen, ♪ Our very first act ♪ ♪ Is the best you’ve ever seeny ♪ ♪ It’s the Dare Devil called
the Great Inbetweeny ♪ – Boss, I can’t go on today. – What? – Look, I’m stuck between a
rock and this other hard thing. I got to go get unstuck. Oh, ow, ee, ow, oh, ow. – Oh, no. Inbetweeny’s gone. I need somebody to take over his act. But who? Who? – Oh, oh, oh, Elmo, Elmo will do it! Maybe Inbetweeny’s act
will be right for Elmo. – You think you can
jump on that trampoline, fly up in the air and land in
between those two cactuses? – Yes, because Elmo is
a monster with a dream. (bubbling)
(twinkling) – Oh, impressive. – Thank you. – Now, go get in between. (upbeat music) ♪ Here is Elmo’s amazing routiney, ♪ ♪ where he jumps on a big trampoliney ♪ ♪ And now the big sardiney,
he lands inbetweeney ♪ – Uh, uh, did Elmo land
in between the cactuses? – Uh, no, you landed on top of a cactus. On top! Ow! (shouting) (laughing) Boy, it looks like the
in between act is not right for Elmo either. Oh. Then Who can be the Great Inbetweeny? Who? Who? (clucking) A chicken? (clucking affirmatively) (upbeat music) (sing-clucking) – She did it! – Yes! (laughing) – The chicken is in between the cactuses. – Yes, let’s hear it for the chicken. And the crowd goes wild. (cheering) And now, the act you’ve
all been waiting for… ♪ He’s tremendous, he’s terrific ♪ ♪ The toast of the town, Zowie
Zown, the Upside Down Clown ♪ (laughing) Thank you. Thank you. Thank you, everybody. (laughing) Oh, oh, that’s my phone. (beeping) Hello? What? I got into law school? (cheering) Now, I’ve got no upside down act. – You do. Because Elmo is– – Yeah, yeah, I know. A monster with a dream. A ha, ha. (bubbling)
(twinkling) All right. Now get out there and get upside down. – Cool. Here Elmo goes. (slide whistling) Heh. Okay. Elmo will try again. (laughing) Oh, boy. Turning upside down is hard. That’s it. Elmo can’t do it. Elmo gives up. – What about your dream? – Curtain up! Oh, dear. – What is Velvet doing? – I can’t watch you give up your, Elmo. It’s too emotionally wrenching. (laughing) – Don’t worry, Velvet. Somebody’s about to sing
a song that may help Elmo. Who? Oh, oh, open up, and you’ll find out. – Oh, right. – Oh, hey, there little monster. Don’t give up. You gotta do what I do
and keep on clucking. Miss Chicken can talk? Not only that. I can sing! ♪ Keep on clucking, clucking ♪ ♪ That’s the way you gotta ♪ ♪ Keep on clucking when
the going gets tough ♪ ♪ It works for me ♪ ♪ It’ll work for you too ♪ ♪ Just keep on clucking,
and keep on trying ♪ ♪ And keep on clucking ’til
Elmo’s dream comes true ♪ (laughing) – Elmo’s gonna keep trying. There you go. (clucking) Oh, yay. – [Ringmaster] Can he do it, folks? (grunting) Ladies and gentlemen, he’s upside down. And the crowd goes wild. (cheering) Yay! ♪ The going got tough,
but he didn’t give up ♪ ♪ Now Elmo’s circus dream is here ♪ ♪ Yes, Elmo’s very own
circus dream is here ♪ (cheering) Thank you. Thank you. – Well, Elmo, I fell head
over heels for that story. Two tassels up. (laughing) Oh, thank you, Velvet. Elmo did too. And thank you. Elmo couldn’t have imagined
this musical without you. – Curtain call! – Okay. ♪ That’s Elmo,: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo,: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ Bye-bye! (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Come on, lets imagine
we’re airplane pilots! Oh, snazzy! (laughing) Good imagining, co-pilot. Now our story begins with
someone who needs to fly. But where is she? – Ahhhh! I need to fly, fast! – Where does Ms. Penguin
need to fly in such a hurry? – Let me tell ya. ♪ I’m getting married at 11:00 ♪ – 11:00? ♪ Down where it’s very, very cold ♪ – Very cold. ♪ My groom, he’s a-willing ♪ ♪ Fish heads are chilling ♪ ♪ So get me to the old South Pole ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ – So you’re getting married
at the South Pole at 11:00. – Yeah yeah, so what time is it now? – Ah, the little hand is on the seven, and the big hand is on the 12. So that means it is 7:00. And we have until eight, nine, 10, 11, we have four hours
to get you to your wedding at the South Pole. – Well what are we waiting for? Let’s fly! – Come on, copilot,
let’s head for the sky! Whoa! Hey copilot, do what Pilot Elmo does. ♪ Flying a plane way up in the sky ♪ ♪ Pull up on the the
wheel to make it go high ♪ ♪ Turn the wheel and
we bank side to side ♪ ♪ Push in to go low ♪ ♪ Oh what a sweet ride ♪ ♪ Cha cha cha ♪ – Ahh! – What’s the matter? – I forgot the ring. I need a ring, I can’t get
married without a ring. – Oh I can help with that! Curtain up on fancy jewelry store. – Time for a little breakfast. (plane engine roaring)
(crashing) Oh, there’s a plane in my store! Why is there a plane in my store? – I need a ring for my wedding. – A ring? Sorry, I just sold my
last ring moments ago. Oh, but how about this beautiful pendant? – I’ll take it. – Wait, wait, wait, Ms.
Penguin said she needs a ring. And a ring is a circle. But that pendant has three
sides and three angles so it’s a triangle. – Oh, sorry, deal’s off. – Well, I’m afraid I have no circles. Now if you’ll please excuse
me, it’s breakfast time! – Oh, wait! That’s a circle. – I’ll take it! – Do you mean to tell me
you want to use a bagel as your wedding ring? – Well it’s a circle, isn’t it? – Suit yourself. (laughing) – So how much time do we have? – Well, let’s see. It’s 8:00, so we have one, two, three. Three hours left until 11:00. – Well come on, let’s fly! – Okay, after you. ♪ I’m getting married at 11:00 ♪ ♪ 11:00 ♪ ♪ Right now the clock
says that it’s 8:00 ♪ ♪ My pilot’s furry ♪ ♪ Yes ♪ ♪ Says that he’ll hurry ♪ ♪ I really must not get there late, real ♪ – Well, sit back and relax– – Ahh – What what what what what now? – I forgot my bridesmaids! I can’t get married without bridesmaids! – Right, a place to find bridesmaids. – Yeah. – Um, yes, how about this? Curtain up on a place to find bridesmaids. (upbeat country music)
(plane engine rumbling) – Ms. Penguin is supposed
to find bridesmaids here? – Don’t worry, I’ll make do. You hoo! Oh, dear, I’ll never find my bridesmaids. My wedding is ruined! (cows mooing) – Oh, look, look, look. There’s one, two, three cows. (cows mooing) – So? – [Elmo] Well, Ms. Penguin
has one, two, three dresses. That’s a dress for every cow. – Yes, the cows will be perfect! You’re gonna love it! (cowbells ringing)
(frenetic music) All right, the bridesmaids are ready. How much time do we have? – Well, it’s now 10:00. Only one more hour to get
you to the South Pole. – Then let’s fly! – Oh no! – What’s the matter? – The plane is too heavy. (cow mooing) Don’t cry, Ms. Penguin. Pilot Elmo has an idea. Copilot, let’s flap our
arms like they’re wings so we can get this plane off the ground. ♪ Flap your wings ♪ ♪ Flap your wings ♪ ♪ Flap them high ♪ ♪ Flap them high ♪ ♪ Flap this plane ♪ ♪ Flap this plane ♪ ♪ Up into the sky ♪ Whoa, yay, we did it!
(laughing) – Ahh, ahh, ahh, ahh, ahh! Oh boy, we’re here, what time is it? – Oh, exactly 11:00, we made it! Yay! ♪ You’re getting married at 11:00 ♪ ♪ Stand there together
side by side by side ♪ ♪ Seals, whales, and fishes ♪ ♪ Give you good wishes ♪ ♪ And now it’s time to kiss the bride ♪ – A perfect storybook ending. – Thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, copilot. Elmo couldn’t imagine this
story without you. (laughing) – Curtain call!
– Okay! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Bye, bye! (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ ♪ It’s time to make a musical ♪ – Oh, good. What super story are you imagining today? – Boy, Elmo, doesn’t know yet, Velvet. Let’s think. What if, what if, what if Elmo were a superhero? (laughing) – Superhero: The Musical, I love it! – Yeah! And you can help Elmo
by being his sidekick! – Every superhero needs a sidekick. – Come on, let’s imagine Elmo as, Whoa! Mighty Elmo, the strongest
superhero of them all! ♪ Mighty Elmo’s the strongest ♪ ♪ Strong, strong, he’s
the very strongest ♪ ♪ How Strong ♪ ♪ He can lift a piano ♪ ♪ Mighty Elmo is your guy ♪ ♪ If you need to lift an elephant ♪ ♪ He can lift it way up high ♪ ♪ We’re talkin’ strong ♪ ♪ Strong, strong, he’s
the very strongest ♪ ♪ Strong, strong, Mighty
Elmo’s the strongest ♪ ♪ Strong, strong ♪ – Help, Baddy McBad’s in town! (gasping) – Baddy McBad? – Baddy McBad? – She’s the baddest villain of them all! (mysterious music) ♪ I’m the baddest ♪ ♪ Bad, bad, Baddy McBad ♪ ♪ She’s the very baddest ♪ ♪ How bad ♪ ♪ If you need someone who’s never nice ♪ ♪ Then I’m the one to call ♪ ♪ I do really mean things just for fun ♪ ♪ I’m the baddest of them all ♪ ♪ I’m talkin’ real bad ♪ ♪ Bad, bad Baddy McBad ♪ ♪ She’s the very baddest ♪ ♪ Oh yeah ♪ ♪ Bad, bad, Baddy McBad ♪ ♪ Baddy McBad is the baddest ♪ (laughing) – And I’m strong too. Strong enough to use this giant rock to close down the town playground. Is that bad or what? (laughing) – Oh no, now we can’t use the playground! – We have no place to play. (crying) – Have no fear, because Mighty Elmo can move that giant rock, because Mighty Elmo is
the strongest of them all! (laughing) Come on, sidekick, let’s lift that rock. (drumming music) Ta da, the playground is now open! – You’re a hero. – Yay, let’s go play! – [Baddy McBad] Oh no you don’t! – Baddy McBad! – In a powerful robot suit. (laughing) (dramatic music) Ha ha, this robot makes me even stronger. Say good bye to your precious
playground, children. (dramatic music) (laughing) – She blocked our playground again! (crying) – Have no fear, Mighty
Elmo will push that anvil out of the way. (drumming music) (spitting)
Okay. (grunting) Too heavy to push! Oh boy. – Ha, you’re not the strongest anymore. (laughing) Whoa! Oh, I can’t get up, I’m stuck, I’m stuck, help! – Oh no, Mighty Elmo
can help you Ms. McBad! (triumphant music) – Mighty Elmo, you helped me? But why? – I’ll tell ya why! Mighty Elmo’s not only the strongest, but he’s the kindest! ♪ Mighty Elmo’s the kindest ♪ ♪ Kind, kind, the very very kindest ♪ ♪ Oh, how kind ♪ ♪ If you’re feeling sad
’cause you scraped your knee ♪ ♪ Or you lost your favorite ball ♪ ♪ Mighty Elmo will help you right away ♪ ♪ He’s the kindest of them all ♪ ♪ Of them all ♪ ♪ We’re talking kind ♪ ♪ Kind, kind, the very very kindest ♪ ♪ Oh yeah, oh yeah, Mighty
Elmo’s the kindest ♪ – I want to try to be kind,
just like you, Mighty Elmo. I just wish I knew how. – Oh it’s easy, just do
something to help someone. – How can I help? Oh, I know! Oh, ha! (triumphant music)
(cheering) That felt awesome, wait right there. Whee! You know what? I’m gonna change my name to Goody McGood, and be kind to everyone. Wha ha! ♪ I feel great ♪ ♪ She feels great ♪ ♪ I feel grand ♪ ♪ She feels grand ♪ ♪ Like I got the world ♪ ♪ In the palm of my hand ♪ ♪ She was mean, oh so mean ♪ ♪ And I felt like a zero ♪ ♪ Zilch, nothing ♪ ♪ But she helped us out ♪ ♪ Oh yeah ♪ ♪ Now I feel like a hero ♪ ♪ A hero ♪ ♪ Hero ♪ ♪ A hero ♪ ♪ And it feels great ♪ ♪ Ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ba ♪ ♪ Hero ♪ – Oh Elmo, that story was super heroic! – Thanks, Velvet! And thank you, sidekicks! Elmo couldn’t have
imagined it without you. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Bye-bye!
(laughing) (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ We’ll make it up, boom shaka laka ♪ ♪ As we go along, a-doo ba dee doo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Ready, Velvet? – Ready, Elmo. – Okay, help Elmo think
of today’s musical. – Oh, another opening, another show! What’s in store for us this time, Elmo? – Um, hold on, Velvet. Elmo’s imagining something. What if, what if, what if Elmo, Elmo is a repair monster? That’s it! Today’s story is called– – Oh, let me say it,
let me say it, please! – Go for it, Velvet. – Repair Monster,: The Musical! – Ah ha ha! Oh and you, you can be
a repair monster, too. Come on, let’s imagine our
repair monster uniforms! Elmo’s covered in overalls! ♪ We are repair monsters ♪ ♪ And we’ll fix things that you broke ♪ ♪ So call us if your clock is stuck ♪ ♪ Or your chimney won’t smoke ♪ ♪ We hammer with a hammer ♪ ♪ And we turn a little screw ♪ ♪ We’ll tape it and we’ll staple it ♪ ♪ And cover it with glue ♪ ♪ We’ll fix it and we’ll fix it ♪ ♪ And we’ll hammer it with care ♪ ♪ All because we’re monsters ♪ ♪ Yes we’re monsters who repair ♪ (laughing) Now our story starts in
a park in the big city. Come on, let’s imagine a park! (laughing)
(upbeat music) Repairs, repairs! Need anything repaired today? – No, thank you. – Excuse, Monsieur, need any repairs? – No, I’m fine. – Where will Repair Monster
Elmo find something to repair? (wand zapping) – Whoa, whoa! – Are you okay? – No, my pogo stick, it’s broken into two equal pieces, see? (upbeat music) ♪ Half, it’s a half ♪ ♪ This pogo stick’s in half ♪ ♪ I was riding, then it fell apart ♪ ♪ And now my tushy smarts ♪ ♪ And the pogo stick is broken ♪ ♪ Into two equal parts ♪ ♪ It’s in half ♪ ♪ Yes in half ♪ ♪ It’s in half ♪ ♪ How will I boing ♪ ♪ Who will I bounce ♪ ♪ The stick is broken ♪ ♪ I’m sad to announce ♪ ♪ The springing is over ♪ ♪ The sproinging is through ♪ ♪ The stick is busted, oh what can I do ♪ ♪ It’s in half ♪ ♪ Yes in half ♪ ♪ It’s in half ♪ – Well don’t worry, Mr. Pogo Sticker, Elmo’s a repair monster. – Can you repair my pogo stick? – Come one, repair monster! Let’s fix the pogo stick
together, like this. ♪ Hammer, hammer, hammer ♪ ♪ Screw, screw, screw ♪ ♪ Repair monsters will fix it for you ♪ Come on! ♪ Hammer, hammer, hammer ♪ ♪ Screw, screw, screw ♪ ♪ Repair monsters will fix it for you ♪ – Oh, it’s whole again! – We did it, repair monsters! – Thanks for putting the
go-go back in my pogo. – You’re welcome! – Lovely work, Elmo. – Thank you. – I can’t help noticing
that you repaired one thing cut in half. Is that a coincidence, or a plot device? – Elmo doesn’t know about– (wand zapping) – Oh my! I think we have our halving answer. – Hey Mr. Magician, what are you doing? – I use magic of course! I was trying to cut this hotdog in half. ♪ I’m a great magician ♪ ♪ And halving’s what I do ♪ ♪ With magic I can split one thing ♪ ♪ In half and make it two ♪ ♪ I’m trying to cut this hotdog ♪ ♪ ‘Cause I want half a wienie ♪ ♪ I’ll show you how I do it ♪ ♪ Just watch the Great Halfini ♪ (wand zapping) ♪ You split the statue,
you made it break ♪ ♪ Oops, my bad, that’s my mistake ♪ ♪ You halved the trashcan
and made a mess ♪ ♪ Yes I did, I must confess ♪ ♪ Hey, you broke my hotdog cart ♪ ♪ True enough, I did my part ♪ ♪ Our favorite bench is split in two ♪ ♪ Me again, it’s true ♪ ♪ Our park is a mess,
our park is a wreck ♪ ♪ You made it a disaster ♪ ♪ We need someone to fix it fast ♪ ♪ Or maybe even faster ♪ – Don’t worry, Repair Monster can fix it! Oh, but first, Repair Monster better fix Mr. Halfini’s wand. – Oh, thank you! I have no idea what’s wrong with it. – Hmmm, well, it looks a little short. – Gadzooks, my wand is in half! But where is the other half? (laughs) – Elmo sees it! It’s in your other sleeve. Now let’s repair this magic wand! ♪ Hammer hammer hammer ♪ ♪ Screw screw screw ♪ ♪ Repair monsters will fix it for you ♪ ♪ Hammer hammer hammer ♪ ♪ Screw screw screw ♪ ♪ Repair monsters will fix it for you ♪ (laughing) All fixed! (laughing) – Hey, what about our park? – It’s still a wreck! – Come on, Mr. Great Halfini, let’s use our whole wand
to make things whole again. – Ill give it the old abracadabra. – Good! ♪ Let’s make ♪ ♪ Everything whole again ♪ ♪ Let’s make things full again ♪ ♪ To put two halves together ♪ ♪ With this wand and with this song ♪ ♪ It won’t take too long ♪ ♪ We’ll take half and half ♪ ♪ And make it whole again ♪ ♪ He took half and half ♪ ♪ And made it ♪ ♪ Whole again ♪ (laughing) – Thank you, Elmo. – No, thank you, Mr. Halfini. – What a well put together tale, Elmo. – Aww, thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, repair monster. Elmo couldn’t imagine
this musical without you. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ (laughing)
– Bye-bye! (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ (laughing) – Come on. Let’s make up a musical. – What do you have in mind, Elmo? – Oh nothing yet, Velvet. Elmo has to think. What if? What if? Oh, oh, what if Elmo was a bird? (magical music)
(laughing) Yeah, Elmo Bird. And today’s story is Bird: The Musical. – That idea is top flight. – Thank you Velvet. And what if you were a bird too? Just tweet and flap your
wings like Elmo Bird. Tweet, tweet, tweet,
flap, flap, flap, yeah. Come on, birdie! Flap with Elmo Bird. ♪ Flying high ♪ ♪ Flying low ♪ ♪ Flying is the way to go ♪ Wee! (laughing) Woo! (laughing) Oh, well hi, Mama Bird. – Just in time. Can you please sit on the egg while I of to the super market? We’re all out of worms. – Oh but Mama Bird. We wanna fly. – Oh it won’t take long Elmo Bird. Just keep the egg warm
and don’t leave the nest. – Oh okay. But hurry up Mama Bird. Hurry. – Hey Elmo, wanna do a dance? – Elmo Bird can’t leave the nest. – You don’t have to. This is a dance you do in your nest. It’s called the sitting on an egg dance. – Really? How’s it go? (upbeat music) ♪ Sitting on an egg ♪ ♪ Isn’t such a chore ♪ ♪ Just bob your birdie beak
then bob a little more ♪ ♪ Bob it, birdie ♪ ♪ Bob it, bob it, bob it, bob it ♪ ♪ Bob it, bob it, bob it ♪ ♪ Sitting in your nest
giving your egg a ride ♪ ♪ No need to leave home just
rock from side to side ♪ ♪ Rock it, birdie ♪ ♪ Rock it, rock it, rock it, rock it ♪ ♪ Rock it, rock it, ♪ ♪ Whoa whoa ♪ ♪ Rock it, rock it ♪ Oh no. Elmo can’t rock it. We have to find that egg now. Come on, birdie. Let’s fly. Come on, birdies. This way. Let’s find that egg. – And the winner Of the most unusual watermelon at the Cockle Doodle Do County Fair is (plopping) Cockle doodle do. It’s green with purple speckles. Now that is the most unusual
watermelon I have ever seen. (crashing) Ow! – I’m sorry Mr. Rooster,
but that’s not a watermelon. – Of course it’s a watermelon. ♪ Gather round my feathered friends ♪ ♪ You won’t believe your eyes ♪ ♪ Here’s a watermelon that
deserves to win the prize ♪ ♪ But watermelons are big ♪ ♪ Have you ever seen one so small ♪ ♪ Nope ♪ ♪ It’s the most unusual
watermelon of them all ♪ ♪ The most unusual
watermelon of them all ♪ ♪ Watermelons are heavy ♪ ♪ Not as light as a ping pong ball ♪ ♪ It’s the most unusual
watermelon of them all ♪ ♪ The most unusual
watermelon of them all ♪ ♪ Do watermelons have shells ♪ ♪ Well, not that I recall ♪ ♪ It’s the most unusual
watermelon of them all ♪ ♪ The most unusual
watermelon of them all ♪ – But that isn’t a
watermelon, that’s an egg. – A cockle doodle what? – An egg. – [Hens] An egg, bock bock. – But this here’s the most
unusual watermelon contest. Not the most unusual egg contest. I’m afraid this egg here is disqualified. You’re out of here little egg. – No, no, no, don’t Oh no. Where’d that egg go now? Come on, birdie. Let’s fly. (upbeat music) Keep flapping, birdies. – I got it, I got it! (plopping) Ha ha. (crashing)
(laughing) – I’m sorry, Mr. Pitcher. That’s Elmo Bird’s egg. – Nah, this is a baseball. Can’t you see we’re in
the middle of a game? – But baseballs are white. – This is a ball, not an egg. – But baseballs are round. – What do you mean round? – Oh I know. (upbeat music)
(bubbling) I think what Elmo Bird is trying to say is that this has more of an oval shape, whereas a baseball has
more of a round shape. Like this baseball. (slide whistling) – Oh. Yeah. Look at that. – [Baseball Birds] Our baseball! – Sorry, little guy. Here’s your oval shaped egg back. Catch. – Oh no. Where did the egg go now? (upbeat music) (flute music) Whoo. Ahh. The egg is back in the nest. – Safe and sound. (cracking) – Oh no. It’s broken. What’s Mama Bird gonna say? (fluttering music) – I’m home, Elmo Bird,
and how’s our little egg? – Mama Bird. – Hmm. – Elmo Bird is sorry
but the egg, it’s, it’s. – It’s hatching. – Hatching? It’s not broken? – Why would it be broken? (cracking) (flute music) (popping) – Peep, peep. – Say hello to your baby
Brother Bird, Elmo Bird. – Baby brother?
– Mm hmm. – Peep, peep. – Yo, Elmo Bird. How ’bout that game of mini golf? – Oh, it’s okay, Elmo Bird. You can go. – Ah, but. – Peep, peep. – Maybe later. Yeah, yeah. Elmo Bird wants to stay and
play with his new baby brother. – Suit yourself. ♪ Sitting in the nest
is so much fun to do ♪ ♪ Now that Elmo Bird is
sitting here with you ♪ – That was an egg-celent story, Elmo. – Thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, birdie. Elmo couldn’t have imagined
this story without you. (laughing) – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ (laughing) – Bye-ye!
– Peep, peep! ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Ready to make up today’s musical story? – Oh, what brilliant idea will you come up with this time, Elmo? – Well, Velvet, we’ll
find out in a second. Oh come on, help Elmo think. What if, what if, what if, oh, what if there was a pizza, oh (laughs) yes, today’s story is called, uh, let’s see here, ooh, Pizza: The Musical! (laughs) – What kind of a story can
you make up about a pizza? – Well let’s see, um, what if, what if this pizza was headed to space? – Oh, exciting. (laughs) – And what if we were
pizza delivery astronauts who need to deliver pizza to space? – Oh, thrilling. – Well come on, we’ll be
pizza delivery astronauts. Let’s imagine we’re wearing space suits. (magical music) (laughs) Cool. (laughs) Now, let’s imagine we’re
in space with a pizza in a delivery rocket. (dramatic music)
Whoa! (laughs) ♪ We got a number 10 pizza ♪ ♪ Better check it again ♪ ♪ So let’s count all the slices ♪ ♪ And make sure there are 10 ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, ♪ ♪ five, six, seven, eight, nine and 10 ♪ (laughs) – Hey, hey, what’s that pizza slice doing? Oh, come back here, slice. Oh no, get back in that box! There goes one slice, two, three, four, five, uh-oh, six, six slices got away. What’s going on here? – Here in space, Elmo,
everything floats up here. There’s no gravity. – Oh no. Better check how many
pizza slices are left. One, two, three, four, four slices. Whoa. Hey, why did Star do that? – Sorry, couldn’t help it. I’m a shooting star. See ya. Zoom, zoom! – Uh-oh. Hurry astronauts, we need to think, what can Elmo put over
that hole to fix it? Wait, wait, wait, wait, Elmo knows! Maybe we can use a slice of pizza? (whirring) (laughs) It works! Yay, the hole is fixed! Oh, Elmo used another slice. Let’s see, there was four pizza slices, take away one slice, leaves, one, two, three, only three slices left. Oh we have to get them to Mars. ♪ Do do do, do do do, badda boo ♪ – Oh, oh, there it is! We made it to Mars! (laughs) – [Chicken] That’s what you think. (clucking)
(dramatic music) (lasers whirring) – Oh no, Elmo, that space chicken has you! Drat! All is lost in space. – Well, don’t worry, Velvet. It’s Elmo’s story remember? Elmo will imagine a way out of this. – Oh right, of course. Then on with the show. (dramatic music) – Hey astronauts, check it out, those three holes laser beams come out of have three sides and three
angles, they’re triangles. The pizza astronauts
just need three triangles to cover up those holes. What, what do we have that
is shaped like a triangle? Pizza slices! Look, they’re shaped like triangles. Oh, how many do we have? Let’s count them. One, two, three, oh boy,
that’s one for each hole. Come on, lets deliver this
pizza to that chicken. (dramatic music) That’s one triangle shape
covering one triangle hole. Yay! (clucks) – What are you doing? – [Elmo] That’s two. – Hey! (whirring) – [Elmo] That’s three! (clucking)
(siren blaring) – [Chicken] Oh no, my egg ship is fried! – Oh yay, we did it! We’re free! – That was brilliant, Elmo. Next stop, the planet Mars. – Ah, thanks, Velvet. Wow, (laughs) we did it! (laughs) – [Yips] Whoa. – Ah. – [Yips] Pizza, pizza, uh-huh, yip yip. – Oh no, the pizza. Oh boy. Well we had three pizza slices and we took away three slices and that leaves zero slices. Oh, sorry, Martians,
there’s no pizza left. – Don’t care. – No pizza. – Want box.
– Uh-huh, uh-huh. – Pizza box.
– Yeah. – [Yips] Pizza box. – Why do Martians like the pizza box? – Pizza box dance. – [Yips] Whoa. – Pizza box dance? (upbeat music) ♪ Yip yip, we dance ♪ ♪ Yip yip, here goes ♪ ♪ Yip yip, move arms ♪ ♪ Yip yip, open close ♪ ♪ Yip yip, ovie, ovie ♪ ♪ Martian thinks this dance
is groovy, uh-huh uh-huh ♪ ♪ Yip yip, unkie unkie ♪ ♪ Yip yip, dance is funky ♪ ♪ Yip yip this dance is fun ♪ ♪ Yip near the moon and by the sun ♪ ♪ Yip yip, yip yip yip ♪ ♪ Yip yip yip, yip yip ♪ (laughs) – Yip yip, yip yip
– Uh huh, uh huh. – Oh Elmo, your pizza
story really delivered. (laughs) – Ah thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, pizza
delivery astronaut, Elmo couldn’t have imagined
it without your help. (laughs) – Curtain up. – Oh good, come on everybody, take a bow ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Bye-bye! (laughs)
(cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ – Elmo: The Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Are you ready? Yeah! Let’s make up a musical! (laughing) – Ooh! What’s today’s story about? – Oh, well, Velvet, Elmo,
Elmo doesn’t know yet. Oh come on, let’s think! What if, what if, what if? (laughing) Elmo’s got it, yay! Today’s story is about a sea captain! Oh, we’ll call it, Sea
Captain: The Musical! – Oh, where do you get your ideas, Elmo? – Oh well they, they just
pop into Elmo’s head, and on Elmo’s body. (chuckling) Oh, Elmo’s the sea captain,
and you’ll be First Mate. Say, “Aye aye Captain!” Good! Now come on, First Mate! Let’s imagine a ship on the sea! Whoa! (laughing)
(twinkling music) Wow! You have a big imagination, First Mate! ♪ Elmo is a captain at the deep blue sea ♪ ♪ A captain a captain is hey ♪ ♪ He’s on his ship and
he’s going to sail ♪ ♪ Captain Elmo’s looking
for the giant pink whale ♪ Now let’s set sail! (laughing) Anchors away! (grunting) Oh boy, this anchor a’weighs too much! Elmo needs help. – Well, traditionally Elmo, a sea captain get helps from a crew. – Right, right! Come on First Mate, let’s
imagine some sailors! (twinkling music) (clucking in harmony) – Elmo, those are chickens! – Chicken sailors! Okay chickens, lift that anchor! (clucking) And we’ll sing ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ ♪ Lift that anchor here we go ♪ ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ – It’s too heavy, oh no no! ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ – We’re just four chickens in this show! ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ – Let’s add four more, that’s apropos! ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ – How many chickens are on the deck? Should we count them? – One!
– Two! – Three!
– Four! – Five!
– Six! – Seven!
– Eight! ♪ Is eight enough ♪ ♪ We’ll soon know ♪ ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ ♪ The chickens did it, way to go ♪ ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ (anchor clanks) – Ow, that anchor’s on my toe! (squawking) ♪ Heave ho heave ho ♪ (laughing) – We’re off to look for
the great pink whale! – That means it’s time
for the ole lookin’ flag! – Yeah yeah yeah, come on, First Mate! Let’s do it! ♪ Look look here look look there ♪ ♪ Flap flap flap look everywhere ♪ – Got that? Let’s do it! Come on! ♪ Look look here look look there ♪ ♪ Flap flap flap look everywhere ♪ – Oh, no whale yet. ♪ Look look here look look there ♪ ♪ Flap flap flap look everywhere ♪ – Elmo still doesn’t see it! (clucking) Oh keep an eye out, First Mate! And if you see something pink, yell out, “There she blows!” (laughing) (clucking) (water splashing) (gasping) – [Chickens] There she blows! (laughing) – We found Ruby Pink! – Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa! (dramatic music) – Oh no, I can’t look! – What’s, what’s the matter, Velvet? – That whale might sink your ship! And then you’d be sunk! (laughing) – Don’t worry, Velvet! It’s just a story we’re
making up, remember? – Oh, right! On with the show! – Oh, oh please stop! Miss Ruby Pink is rocking the boat! – I can’t stop! I’m too itchy! There’s like a million
barnacles on my back! – [Barnacles] Nah, just eight. – How am I ever gonna get em off! – Oh, Elmo knows! Subtraction! Wee! (laughing) ♪ Eight little barnacles
on the whale again ♪ ♪ Why you sticking sticking
there get up and play ♪ ♪ Yeah we need some action ♪ ♪ Why not try subtraction ♪ ♪ Eight little barnacles
want to get their kicks ♪ ♪ Two jumped off then there were six ♪ ♪ One two three four five six ♪ ♪ Six little barnacles
doing what they do ♪ ♪ Four jumped off then there were two ♪ ♪ One two ♪ ♪ Two little barnacles
want to join the fun ♪ ♪ Two jumped off then there were none ♪ ♪ Zero little barnacles
sitting on the whale ♪ ♪ Now I’ve stopped itching
from head to tail ♪ (laughing) – Yay, I’m so happy! I feel like dancing! – Well, why don’t you? – Whales don’t dance. – Oh, this is Elmo’s story! Anything can happen! Oh, just imagine! (twinkling music)
(swing music) ♪ Jump right in and join the party ♪ ♪ If you’re a monster or a scrad ♪ ♪ Shake your tail ♪ ♪ Dancing with a whale ♪ ♪ Every fish and every clam oh ♪ ♪ Wish they could dance with this mammal ♪ ♪ Or we’ll hail ♪ ♪ Dancing with a whale ♪ ♪ Slap da-dapting tap
tap tap your flippers ♪ ♪ It’s more fun than
dancing with the kipper ♪ – [Ruby Pink] Aye aye, Skipper! (water splashing) ♪ Flip your floop and gip your dorsal ♪ ♪ Spray your spout and
stay the course you’ll ♪ ♪ Never fail dancing with a whale ♪ ♪ Dancing with a whale ♪ – [Elmo And Ruby Pink]
You’ll get a movie as well! (cheering) (bright brassy music) (laughing) – Bravo! That was a whale of a tale, Elmo! – Ah, thank you, Velvet. Oh, and thank you, First Mate! Elmo couldn’t have imagined
this story without you! – [Velvet] Curtain call! – Oh, good! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ (laughing) – Bye-bye! (cheering) ♪ Doo doo dee doo ♪ ♪ Imagine a story ♪ ♪ Screedely-atcha ♪ ♪ Imagine a song ♪ ♪ Woodley-woo ♪ ♪ What happens next, you’ll never know ♪ ♪ Cluck cluck cluck cluck ♪ ♪ It’s Elmo the Musical ♪ – Elmo the Musical! ♪ Let’s get on with the show ♪ – Today’s story is called, ♪ Detective: The Musical ♪ – Aah! Who done it! I love detective stories! – Oh, Elmo too Velvet! That’s why Elmo’s the detective. Oh, and you can help Elmo and
be Elmo’s detective assistant. Now come on, detective assistant! Let’s imagine a detective office. (dramatic music) (laughing) Great imagination! (laughs) Okay, Detective Elmo has a detective pad. A detective magnifying glass. And detective blocks! – Why would a detective need blocks? – Well, well, so Detective
Elmo has something to play with while he waits for his first case. (telephone rings) And there it is! Hello! – [Caller] Ah choo! Detective Elmo?
– Yeah! – [Caller] Ya gotta help me! Aah choo! Number 66 Street. Come right away! – Perhaps I can help with that. (mysterious music) – Aah choo! Ah, finally! Where ya been? Aah choo! – Well, tell Detective Elmo and his detective assistant what’s wrong. – Well… ♪ I was feeling kinda hungry ♪ ♪ I ordered pizza with cheese ♪ ♪ But when the pizza got here ♪ ♪ I started to sneeze, ♪ ♪ Sneeze, sneeze, sneeze,
sneeze, sneeze, sneeze ♪ ♪ You said sneeze, ♪ ♪ Sneeze, sneeze, sneeze,
sneeze, sneeze, sneeze ♪ ♪ The sneezing hasn’t stopped ♪ ♪ I couldn’t figure what to do ♪ ♪ So I dropped my pepperoni slice ♪ ♪ Grabbed the phone and called aah choo ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ – I gotta tell you though,
I’m still pretty hungry. – Wait! It’s not just pepperoni on that pizza, it’s pepper, too! – Pepper? Get outta here! (blows on pizza) – Aah, aah, choo! Aah choo! – Does the man in the
sleeveless undershirt remember who delivered the pizza? – He was shaped sort of like a box. A solid object with six
identical square sides. What you might call a cube. – A cube, like this? (dramatic music) – Yeah! – Hmm, this is a real mystery. Detective Elmo could use a lead. (phone rings) Oh, maybe this is it? Hello! – [Caller] Detective Elmo… Aah choo! Come to the Sixth Street Theater, ask for group number six, at once! – Velvet, do your stuff! – [Velvet] I’m on it! (mysterious music) – Aah choo! Blast, man! What kept you? Aah choo! – The pig is sneezing too! Detective Elmo must be getting closer. – Oh, how can I perform in this condition? Aah choo! How? How? How? Aah choosy! – Well calm down mister ham actor! Tell Detective Elmo and his
assistant what happened. (solemn piano music) ♪ Well, my old salt and pepper mustache ♪ ♪ Became infested with fleas ♪ ♪ So I order a replacement
than I started to sneeze ♪ ♪ Sneeze, sneeze, sneeze,
sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, ♪ – Then it fills with Detective Elmo. Here we go! ♪ Sneeze, sneeze, sneeze,
sneeze, sneeze, sneeze, sneeze. ♪ ♪ The sneezing wasn’t stopped ♪ ♪ I’ve no notion what to do ♪ ♪ A critic’s in the house tonight ♪ ♪ Can you just imagine her ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ ♪ Aah choo ♪ – Mister ham actor,
take off that mustache. – What? And disappoint my public? Never! The show must go… Ow! – Wow, it’s real pepper in
the salt and pepper mustache. – Diabolical! Aah choo! Who would do such a dastardly thing? – Well, who delivered
mister ham actor’s mustache? – Oh, why my dresser, of course. He manages my makeup and my under… Wait. Come to think of it, it wasn’t my dresser. It was some other chap. – Some other chap who look like this? (dramatic music) – Like a cube! (laughs) (laughing) Confound it! Yes!
– Yes. – A boxy fellow with six
identical square sides. – Well, where did the boxy
fellow go, mister ham actor? – Actually, he was on his way
out as you were coming in. He must still be here! – Ah! Well, come on detective assistant. Let’s investigate! (Jazzy music) Ah ha, a cube! – I’m not a cube. – Yes you are. – No! Okay, I am. But I’m not behind the drapes! – [Velvet] Going up! (laughs) – Nuts! – It’s the cube! – Oh and look, look, look! Mr. Cube has a pepper shaker. Now why did Mr. Cube use pepper to make all those people sneeze? – Because I wanted to be needed. Nobody needs a cube. – Balderdash! Why, cubes are needed everywhere! (cube crying) ♪ Poor unhappy lad ♪ ♪ Whose bitter tears fall like acid rain ♪ ♪ Upon the finger lakes
which are mine heart ♪ (cube and pig crying) – Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Oh, Elmo sees something! Detective Elmo sees something! Mr. Cube is a cube shaped box of tissue. – Tissues? The very thing I need the most! (pig crying) (pig blows nose loudly) – Hee hee, you see, Mr. Cube is needed! – It’s true! You like me! You really like me! (upbeat piano music) ♪ Yes the cube, the cube,
the cube, the cube ♪ ♪ It’s safe to sing about ♪ ♪ Ya da da da da ♪ ♪ The cube, the cube, the cube, the cube ♪ ♪ Need every voice sing out ♪ (show music) – Well Elmo, we love the
shape of that ending. – Thank you Velvet. Oh, and thank you, detective assistant. Elmo couldn’t have imagined
that musical without you. – Curtain call! ♪ That’s Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ Elmo: The Musical ♪ ♪ That’s the end of our show ♪ – Whoa!
(laughs) Bye, bye! (cheering) (upbeat music)

66 thoughts on “Sesame Street: Elmo the Musical Compilation | 90+ Minutes!

  1. Finally!!! Elmo the musical compilation! Now I don't have to que up a playlist. Thaaaaank you. 🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌🙌

  2. I had to subscribe because this show has been around for so many years I lost count but I was born in 03 and this was my show😭

  3. ojalá tradujeran estos videos al español. El canal en español es aburrido, sin presupuesto el audio se sube y baja y diálogos aburridos simples realmente son malos !

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