Sesame Street: Elmo and Abby Have a Picnic

– Hi, Abby, almost ready for our picnic. (chuckles) – Hurry, Elmo. Help me hold this picnic basket. – Hold the basket? Why? – Because I can’t keep it… (yells) Still. – The picnic basket is hopping. – I know, grab it. – Why is the basket hopping? – I don’t know. – Did Abby’s mommy pack
something for lunch that hops? – Well, I don’t know, let’s see. Well, she packed peanut butter sandwiches. – Well, peanut butter
sandwiches, they don’t hop. – I know, so it’s not the
peanut butter sandwiches. – Well, what else did Abby’s mommy pack? – Apple juice. – Apple juice. (laughs) Apple juice can’t hop. – Well, so it’s not the apple juice. – Well, what else? – Well, carrots. Quick! – Come back, picnic basket. (gasps) – Elmo.
– What? – Do you hear that? (crunching in basket) – It sounds like crunching. – Crunching carrots. (gasps) – And it’s coming from
inside the picnic basket. – Yeah, that means that there’s someone inside the basket eating our carrots. – Someone who hops. – And likes carrots. – Is Abby thinking what Elmo’s thinking? – [Together] A rabbit. (laughs) – Thanks for the carrots. Nutritious and tasty, too. – It was a rabbit making that basket hop. – Hasta la vista. – Amazing. Can Elmo and Abby have those
peanut butter sandwiches, now? – Yeah, I’m hungry.
– Elmo, too. – Picnic patrol, assemble. ♪ Everyone can follow me ♪ ♪ Everyone can follow me ♪ ♪ Find the food with letter P ♪ ♪ Find the food with letter P ♪ ♪ What letter ♪ ♪ P ♪ ♪ P ♪ ♪ Turn your head ♪ ♪ What do you see ♪ ♪ Turn your head ♪ ♪ What do we see ♪ ♪ Juicy peaches lookin’ at me ♪ ♪ Juicy peaches lookin’ at me ♪ ♪ And peach begins with ♪ ♪ P ♪ ♪ What letter ♪ ♪ P ♪ ♪ P, P, P, P ♪ ♪ Peach begins with ♪ ♪ P ♪ – That’s good, cadets, good job Now, formation. (banging drums) – [Together] P. – Oh, boy, oh, boy, oh, boy. Me going to have nice picnic, yeah. Me got everything me need. Me have cookies, and me have more cookies, and me got some other cookies here, and me got more cookies. Now, before me eat, me going to enjoy nice air and nice trees. (birds chirping) Okay, enough of that,
ready to eat cookies. (buzzing) What? Go away, go away, little bug, go away. (buzzing) No, no, no. You no can have cookie, go away. No, no, little bug, go
away, no get me cookies. No bug, please, please, please. Little bug, okay, okay,
okay, make deal, okay. Little bug go away. Cookie Monster give
little bug little cookie. (bug buzzing) – What? What? What? What? No, no, no, go away,
no, no, please, no, no. Little bug. Okay, okay, okay. If little bug go away, Cookie Monster gives the bug… big cookie. (buzzing) No? How about the almond cookie? If little bug go away,
me give a raisin cookie. (buzzing intensifies) How about the pistachio nut cookie? Or a crunchy granola cookie? (buzzing) Little bug, no like cookies? All me got left then is, this silly letter Z here. (buzzing continuously) (buzzing fades) ♪ One, two, three, four, five, six ♪ ♪ Seven, eight, nine,
ten, eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ Ladybugs came to the ladybug’s picnic ♪ ♪ One, two, three, four, five, six ♪ ♪ Seven, eight, nine,
ten, eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ And they all played games ♪ ♪ At the ladybug’s picnic ♪ ♪ They had twelve sacks ♪ ♪ So they ran a sack race ♪ ♪ They fell on their back ♪ ♪ And they fell on their faces ♪ ♪ The ladybugs twelve ♪ ♪ At the ladybug’s picnic ♪ ♪ They played jump rope ♪ ♪ But the rope it broke ♪ ♪ So they sat around
telling knock-knock jokes ♪ ♪ The ladybugs twelve ♪ ♪ At the ladybug’s picnic. ♪ ♪ It goes one, two,
three, four, five, six ♪ ♪ Seven, eight, nine,
ten, eleven, twelve ♪ ♪ And they chatted away
at the ladybug’s picnic ♪ ♪ They talked about the high
price furniture and rugs ♪ ♪ And fire insurance for ladybugs ♪ ♪ The ladybugs twelve at
the ladybug’s picnic ♪ ♪ Twelve ♪ (dramatic music) – Greetings, I was just
getting ready to have a picnic with all my favorite picnic food, made especially for me by
the Transylvanian deli. (laughs) What is this I see? It’s a little ant, that’s
one, one little ant. (laughs) And it’s carrying away my apple. Did you know that an ant can carry 600 times it’s own weight? Amazing. Look, and there’s another
ant carrying away my banana. That’s two, two ants. There’s one carrying away my napkin. That’s three ants. (laughs) Tidy little guys. (bird chirping) Yes, and one carrying
off my hard boiled egg. That’s four ants. (laughs) Aren’t they cute? And one more taking off
my other hard boiled egg. Yes, that’s five ants. Bon appetit, my little ones. Yes, and another one
taking away my salt shaker. (laughs) That’s six, six ants. And one taking my pepper shaker, too. (laughs) Seven little ants. Don’t sneeze, baby. (ant sneezes) Gesunderblatz.
– Thank you. – And there’s another little ant. He’s carrying away my
Transylvanian brownie. That’s eight, eight ants. They’re so cute. And one carrying away my pickle. That’s nine, nine ants. (laughs) Don’t get heartburn. Yes. And one ant carrying away
my delicious gyro sandwich for the road. That’s ten ants! (laughs) (thunder rumbles) And they’ve carried off all my food, but that’s okay, because it’s raining. And who wants to have
a picnic in the rain? (dramatic music) – First, you must get the
tooth from under the pillow. Second, change the tooth into a coin. And third, leave the
coin under the pillow. Now, let’s get to it.

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