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  • Michael Chang: Okay.

  • Can you guys see that?

  • Okay.

  • Here we go.

  • (reading) "Brown bear, brown bear, what do you see?

  • I see a red bird looking at me."

  • Oops.

  • That wasn't in the script.

  • (reading) "Red bird, red bird, what do you see?

  • I see a yellow duck looking at me.

  • Yellow duck, yellow duck, what do you see?

  • I see a blue horse looking at me."

  • Have you guys ever seen a blue horse before?

  • Audience Members: No.

  • Michael Chang: No?

  • I've never seen a blue horse, but today I have.

  • (reading) "Blue horse, blue horse, what do you see?

  • I see a green frog looking at me."

  • That's an awfully big green frog.

  • What do you think?

  • (reading) "Green frog, green frog, what do you see?

  • I see a purple cat looking at me."

  • Does anybody here have a purple cat?

  • Audience Member: Yeah.

  • Michael Chang: You do?

  • I'd like to see a picture of a purple cat.

  • (reading) "Purple cat, purple cat, what do you see?

  • I see a white dog looking at me."

  • And there's our white dog.

  • (reading) "White dog, white dog, what do you see?

  • I see a black sheep looking at me.

  • Black sheep, black sheep, what do you see?

  • I see a goldfish looking at me.

  • Goldfish, goldfish, what do you see?

  • I see a teacher looking at me."

  • How many of you guys have teachers?

  • Audience Member: Me.

  • Michael Chang: Yeah?

  • All right.

  • (reading) "Teacher, teacher, what do you see?

  • I see children looking at me."

  • How many of you guys look at your teacher in the classroom?

  • Can I see hands?

  • All right.

  • (reading) "Children, children, what do you see?"

  • Okay.

  • (reading) "We see a brown bear, a red bird, a green frog,

  • a black sheep, a goldfish, a yellow duck, a blue horse,

  • a purple cat, a white dog, and a teacher looking at us.

  • That's what we see."

  • All right.

  • (applause)

  • Good job.

  • That was "Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?"

  • All right.

  • How many of you heard "The Little Mouse,

  • The Red Ripe Strawberry, and The Big Hungry Bear"?

  • All right.

  • You guys are doing great today.

  • All right.

  • You guys see that?

  • (reading) "Hello, little mouse.

  • What are you doing?

  • Oh, I see.

  • Are you going to pick that red, ripe strawberry?"

  • Wow, that's a big red ripe strawberry next to the mouse,

  • isn't it?

  • Audience Member: Yeah.

  • Michael Chang: (reading) "But little mouse,

  • haven't you heard about the big, hungry bear?"

  • Uh-oh, he better protect that strawberry.

  • (reading) "Oh, that bear loves red, ripe strawberries.

  • The big, hungry bear can smell a red ripe strawberry a

  • mile away."

  • Can you guys smell red ripe strawberries a mile away?

  • Audience Member: Yeah.

  • Michael Chang: You can?

  • Boy, you got a good nose.

  • (reading) "Especially one that has just been picked.

  • Boom, boom, boom, the bear will tromp through the forest on his

  • big hungry feet and sniff, sniff, sniff,

  • find the strawberry, no matter where it is hidden."

  • The mouse is getting nervous now.

  • (reading) "Or who is guarding it."

  • How is the mouse guarding that strawberry?

  • He put a big lock on it so the bear doesn't come and get it.

  • (reading) "Or how it is disguised."

  • See how the strawberry is disguised?

  • (reading) "Quick! There's only one way in the whole,

  • wide world to save a red, ripe strawberry from the big,

  • hungry bear.

  • Cut it in two.

  • Share half with me.

  • And we'll both eat it all up, yum!

  • Now, that's one red, ripe strawberry the big,

  • hungry bear will never get.

  • Because he ate it all.

  • The end."

Michael Chang: Okay.

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