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Sesame Street: 17 minutes of Abby Cadabby

Sesame Street: 17 minutes of Abby Cadabby


ABBY: OK. Poof. Oh, hello. Hey, do you like
fairytale books? Well, I love them. Can you imagine what
it would be like if I were to get my
very own fairytale? Oh boy. [SINGING] I can’t wait to be
big and have my own fairytale. A story with a part for me,
the adventure, the wonder, the glamor, the glory, I
wonder what it will be. I can’t wait to be big
and have my own fairytale. And in it I would
use my wand to help me to fly way up into the
sky and to places far beyond. Will my story have princes,
princesses, and kings? WOLF: Hey, everybody,
how are you? ABBY: [SINGING]
Or a big bad wolf on the run doing all
kinds of fairytale things. All I know is that I can’t
wait to be big and have my own fairytale. A story with a part for me. The adventure. The wonder. The glamor. The glory. I wonder what it will be. CHORUS: [SINGING] She
can’t wait to be big. ABBY: [SINGING] I can’t wait. CHORUS: [SINGING] And
have her own fairytale. ABBY: [SINGING] A fairytale. CHORUS: [SINGING] She wonders
what it’s going to be. ABBY: [SINGING] Gonna, gonna be. BOTH: [SINGING] The adventure. The wonder. BOTH: [SINGING] The glamor. The glory. ABBY: [SINGING] A story
with a part for me. [CHATTER] ABBY: Thanks, guys. KING: Come on now. ABBY: Say hi to
the queen for me. Come on, everybody. It’s time for one of
my favorite songs. Can you sing and
point along with me? Ha, ha. One, two, three. Woo. [SINGING] Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. One, two, three. ALL: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. ABBY: Yeah. [SINGING] Head, shoulders,
wings, and toes. Wings and toes. [CLUCK] ABBY: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, wings, and toes. Wings and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
wings, and toes. Wings and toes. One, two, three. ALL: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. ABBY: One, two, three. Woo. ABBY: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. One, two, three. ALL: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. ABBY: Yeah. [SINGING] Head, shoulders,
wings, and toes. Wings and toes. [CLUCK] ABBY: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, wings, and toes. Wings and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
wings, and toes. Wings and toes. One, two, three. ALL: [SINGING] Head,
shoulders, knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. And eyes, and ears,
and mouth, and nose. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. Head, shoulders,
knees, and toes. Knees and toes. ABBY: Nice work, everybody. Woohoo. Ha, ha, ha. Yeah. Hello. I’m Abby Cadabby, and this is
a song about something I love. [SINGING] I may be young,
and I may be small. Not very old yet, not very tall. I know I’m just a little fairy. But I got a big vocabulary. Words, words, and more words. How I adore words. I love words more
than I can say. Short words and long words. Singing-a-song words. I like words better every day. I love rhyming words,
like “fox” and “socks.” Words in books
like “Goldilocks.” Little words like
“bat” and “bus.” Big words like “rhinoceros.” Words so sweet like
“ice cream cone.” Ringing words like “telephone.” French words like
“chapeau” and “tete.” Music words like “clarinet.” Healthy words like
“beans” and “noodles.” Silly words like
“plop” and “poodles.” “Jumping jacks,” and
“ball,” and “bike.” Never met a word I didn’t like. Never met a word I didn’t like. All right. This is what my mommy
calls the interactive part. That just means you can
sing along too if you like. [SINGING] I love rhyming
words like “fox” and “socks.” Words in books like– KIDS: “Goldilocks.” ABBY: [SINGING] Little
words like “bat” and “bus.” Big words like– KIDS: “Rhinoceros.” ABBY: [SINGING] Words so
sweet like “ice cream cone.” Ringing words like– KIDS: “Telephone.” ABBY: [SINGING] French words
like “chapeau” and “tete.” Music words like– KIDS: “Clarinet.” ABBY: [SINGING] Healthy words
like “beans” and “noodles.” Silly words like “plop” and– KIDS: “Poodles.” ABBY: [SINGING] “Jumping
jacks,” and “ball,” and “bike.” Never met a word I didn’t like. Never met a word I didn’t like. Words, words, words,
and more words. How I adore words. Words help me mean
just what I say. Story-to-tell words. Magical spell words. I try a new word every day. Oh. Try a new word out. Shout a new word out. Try a new word out today. Words! [SINGING] Last night, when
I sat down to eat my dinner. Mommy brought my plate. And I couldn’t wait. But then, she sat it down, and
I saw something I’d never seen. It was all green. So I stared at my plate
and asked my mommy. What’s this I see? She said, broccoli. She said, “Just have a
taste and you my like it.” I took a bite,
and she was right. I took one real small bite. And then, I took two. Pretty soon, my broccoli
was all through. I never thought that
I would like it. But I tried it and you’ll see,
now, I like to shout, “Hooray! Hurrah for broccoli!” Ha, ha. BROCCOLI: [SINGING] She
took one real small bite. And then, she took two. Pretty soon, her
broccoli was through. She never thought that
she would like it. But she tried it,
and you’ll see. Now, she likes to
shout, “Hooray! Hurrah for broccoli!” ABBY: [SINGING] And
then, I said, “Mom, for broccoli hooray-hurrah.” ALL: [SINGING] And
then, I/she said, f for broccoli hooray-hurrah!” ABBY: Yum. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11. Ah. Hi, everybody. I’m Abby Cadabby. And I’m a fairy godchild. [SINGING] I have wings,
and you don’t have them. I have a wand. And you have none. But children with wings
and children without them can play together
and have some fun. Tra-la-la-la, Tra-la-la-la,
Tra-la-la-la-la-la-la-la. OSCAR: Uh. ABBY: Hi, Oscar. OSCAR: Uh. ABBY: Look at that. [SINGING] I can show you
how to make a pumpkin, waving my wand at any old shoe. You can teach me– OSCAR: Hey. ABBY: [SINGING] “Ring
around the Rosie.’ “Ring-around-the-Rosie”– OSCAR: Hey! My shoe! ABBY: –[SINGING] is magic, too. KIDS: Ring around the Rosie. Pocket full posies. Ashes. Ashes. We all fall down. ABBY: Cool. I can’t wait to tell the owl. [SINGING] You can show
me how to count to 20. Teach me a Sesame song to sing. I will teach you a
cool little dance that the pixies dance
in the fairy ring. Tra-la-la. Tra-la-la. Tra-la-la-la-la-la-la-la. Woo! Tra-la-la-la. Tra-la-la-la. Tra-la-la-la-la-la-la-la. I have wings. And you don’t have them. I have a wand with
a star on the end. Kids with wings and
kids with no wings can play together
and be good friends. Tra-la-la. Tra-la-la. Tra-la-la-la-la-la-la. Let’s be friends. [GIGGLING] Hey, let’s sing along to my
favorite school bus song. Bring it! [SINGING] The wheels on
the bus go round and round. ALL: [SINGING] Round and round. Round and round. ABBY: [SINGING] The
wheels on the bus go– ALL: [SINGING] Round and
round all through the town. ABBY: [SINGING] The horn on
the bus goes beep, beep, beep. ALL: [SINGING] Beep, beep, beep. Beep, beep, beep. ABBY: [SINGING]
The horn on the bus goes beep, beep, beep
all through the town. ABBY: [SINGING] The driver on
the bus says, “Move on back.” [CLUCK] ALL: [SINGING] Move on back. [CLUCK] ALL: [SINGING] Move on back. ABBY: [SINGING] The
driver on the bus says, “Move on back”
all through the town. ABBY: [SINGING] My wings
go flap, flap, flap. Woohoo! ALL: [SINGING] Flap, flap, flap. Flap, flap, flap. ABBY: Yes! [SINGING]
My wings go– ALL: [SINGING] –flap, flap,
flap all through the town. The wheels on the bus go
round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round
and round all through the town. ABBY: [SINGING] The horn on
the bus goes beep, beep, beep. ALL: [SINGING] Beep, beep, beep. Beep, beep, beep. ABBY: [SINGING] The
horn on the bus goes– ALL: [SINGING] –beep, beep,
beep all through the town. ABBY: [SINGING] The driver on
the bus says, “Move on back.” [CLUCK] ALL: [SINGING] Move on back. [CLUCK] ALL: [SINGING] Move on back. [CLUCK] ABBY: [SINGING] The
driver on the bus says, “Move on back,”
all through the town. [CLUCK] ABBY: [SINGING] My wings
go flap, flap, flap. Woohoo! ALL: [SINGING] Flap, flap, flap. Flap, flap, flap. ABBY: Yes! [SINGING]
My wings go– ALL: [SINGING] –flap, flap,
flap all through the town. The wheels on the bus go
round and round, round and round, round and round. The wheels on the bus go round
and round all through the town. [BARK] [CLUCK] ABBY: Yeah! Ha, ha, ha. SNAIL: Hey, wait for me. ABBY: Oh, hi. It’s me, Abby Cadabby. Do you want to watch
me practice my magic? I am going to turn this ordinary
glass of milk into a pumpkin. [GIGGLE] Ha, now, what rhymes with milk? Cow. Cow, milk. Milk, cow. Oh no. No. Cow does not rhyme with milk. A cow makes milk. Let me see. Ha. Frog. Frog, milk. Milk, frog. No. No. Hm. Gee. Any suggestions? Ha. Silk. Silk rhymes with milk. OK. Hm. Silk, pilk, diddle,
diddle, filk, make a pumpkin from this milk. PUMPKIN: Oh, I’m a pumpkin. Look at me. I’m a pumpkin. What happened? ABBY: Oh, oh. That was me. Oh, I’m sorry. I must have waved my wand
in the wrong direction. PUMPKIN: But I’m not
supposed to be a pumpkin. I’m a– uh, I’m a– I
don’t remember what I am. ABBY: Oh, well, don’t worry. I’ll help change you. And, uh, oh, you’ll
help too, right? PUMPKIN: Yeah. Please. Help me. I don’t want to be a pumpkin. I want to be a– well,
whatever I was before. ABBY: OK. OK, now, do you remember
anything about who you were? PUMPKIN: Let me think. Hm. Wait. Something’s coming. Yes. I had these things sticking
out of both sides of my head. And I could hear noises,
and music, and talking, um. What are they called? ABBY: Um. Ah. Ears. PUMPKIN: You got it. Ears. ABBY: OK. Right. OK. Um, Deers, smears, gears, ears. PUMPKIN: No. These are wrong. My ears were big and
kind of grey and floppy. ABBY: OK. OK. Um, noppy, ploppy,
flippity floppy. PUMPKIN: Hey, these feel right. Very flippy floppy. ABBY: Oh good. Do you remember who you are now? PUMPKIN: Let me think. Hm. ABBY: Any ideas? PUMPKIN: Wait. I got it. I had a thingy in the
middle of my face, and I could smell and
breathe in and out with it. What is that thing called again? ABBY: Hm. Oh. A nose. OK. Uh, bose, toes, give him a nose. PUMPKIN: No. This isn’t right. My nose was really long. And I could pick up leaves
with it and squirt water. It was a– it was a– hmm. ABBY: A– a trunk. Yeah. PUMPKIN: That’s it. I had wonderful trunk. ABBY: OK. Plunk. Junk. Sunk. Give him a trunk. PUMPKIN: Say. Now, this is very
familiar and quite handy. Or trunky. He, he, he. So I must be a– a hmm. ABBY: Oh, I know. I know. Do you? Let’s tell him. An elephant. PUMPKIN: Yeah. ABBY: All right. Smelephant, felephant,
make him an elephant. ELEPHANT: Look. I’m me. I’m an elephant. Oh joy to be me. Oh rapture. I am elephant. Hear me trumpet. [TRUMPETS] ABBY: Wow. You sure are an elephant. And I promise not to say silk,
pilk, diddle diddle, filk. PUMPKIN: [GASP]. I’m a pumpkin. Look at me. I’m a pumpkin. What happened? ABBY: Uh. [LAUGHS] Whoops. THE COUNT: [SINGING]
You can help me out. You there on the floor. What comes after three? What? Oh, thank you. Number four. One, two, three, and I
am sure there’s more.

16 comments

I love Abby. She should be one of the most common fairies on other Non-Sesame related material like Digimon, Sonic the Hedgehog or some other series like those.

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13:23 Holy smokes, that got kind of dark. The existential panic of an intelligent sentient being having its identity morphed into something it doesn't want to be, mind fractured, warped to the point that it can't even remember what it was.

PLEASE… HELP ME! I DON'T WANT TO BE A PUMPKIN!

I love Abby!! She's my favorite sesame character. And she's pink! She's the most adorable thing. โค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

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