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  • (upbeat music)

  • - [Narrator] Once upon a time in the Land of Eight

  • there stood a castle very great

  • and eight flags waved in the air

  • for the King of Eight had put them there.

  • - I'm the King of Eight and I'm here to state

  • that everything here has to total eight,

  • the guards for instance by the gate

  • must always number exactly eight.

  • - [Man] One. - [Man] Two.

  • - [Man] Three. - [Man] Four.

  • - [Man] Five. - [Man] Six.

  • - [Man] Seven. - [Man] Eight.

  • - In my castle in back of me

  • are eight windows you can see,

  • one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight.

  • In those windows are my daughters,

  • show yourselves my dears.

  • - [Daughter] One. - [Daughter] Two.

  • - [Daughter] Three. - [Daughter] Four.

  • - [Daughter] Five. - [Daughter] Six.

  • - [Daughter] Seven. - [Daughter] Eight.

  • - [King] Each daughter has a silver crown

  • with eight jewels going round.

  • - [Daughters] One, two, three, four,

  • five, six, seven, eight.

  • - Though I love eight, eight is great,

  • eight is the number I do not--

  • - Wait, important news comes from the Queen,

  • a new baby and I have seen

  • that she is well and doing fine.

  • - Good grief, it's princess number nine.

  • (crashing)

  • (upbeat music)

  • One, two, three

  • Four, five, six

  • Seven, eight, nine

  • ♪ 10, 11, 12 ♪

  • The ladybugs came to the ladybugs picnic

  • One, two, three

  • Four, five, six

  • Seven, eight, nine

  • ♪ 10, 11, 12 ♪

  • And they played games at the ladybugs picnic

  • They had bug sacks so they ran sack races

  • And they fell on their backs

  • And they fell on their faces

  • The ladybugs 12 at the ladybugs picnic

  • They played jump rope but the rope is broke

  • So they just sat around telling knock-knock jokes

  • The ladybugs 12 a the ladybugs picnic

  • One, two, three, ♪

  • Four, five, six

  • Seven, eight, nine

  • ♪ 10, 11, 12 ♪

  • And they chatted away at the ladybugs picnic

  • They talk about the high price of furniture and rugs

  • And fire insurance for lady bugs

  • The ladybugs 12 a the ladybugs picnic

  • - [Man] 12.

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • Six, seven, eight, nine

  • She's a real martian beauty

  • My number nine cutie

  • She has nine hairs on her head

  • One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine

  • Tied up in ribbons of red

  • She has nine little eyes, all the same size

  • Looking up, down, round and straight ahead

  • She has nine little holes in her turned up nose

  • And she snores when she goes to bed

  • She has nine arms that's one of her charms

  • Each just like the other

  • Some people say she looks like her Dad

  • Some say she looks like her mother

  • She had one, two, three, four, five, six, seven

  • Eight, nine little toes on her foot

  • She doesn't go shopping 'cause she doesn't like hopping

  • So usually she just stays put. ♪

  • - [Man] Nine.

  • - [Man] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven.

  • Said the alligator king to his seven sons

  • ♪ I'm feeling mighty down

  • Whichever of you can cheer me up

  • Will get to wear my crown

  • His first son brought seven oyster pearls

  • From the bottom of the China Sea

  • The second gave him seven statues of girls

  • With clocks where their stomachs should be

  • The third son gave him seven rubies

  • From the sheikdom of down there beneath

  • The king thought the rubies were cherries

  • And he broke off seven of his teeth

  • The fourth son tried to cheer him up

  • With seven lemon drops

  • The king said

  • - I'm sorry, son, since that ruby episode,

  • I just haven't got the chops.

  • The fifth son brought the king perfume

  • In seven fancy silver jars

  • The king took a whiff and he broke out in spots

  • Because it smelled like cheap cigars

  • The sixth son gave him seven diamond rings

  • To wear up on his toes

  • The king snagged his foot on the royal red rug

  • And crumpled up his nose

  • The seventh son of the alligator king

  • Was a thoughtful little lad

  • He said

  • - Daddy, appears to me like you could use a little help.

  • Said the alligator king to his seventh son

  • - My son, you win the crown.

  • You didn't bring me diamonds or rubies

  • But you helped me up when I was down

  • Take the crown, it's yours my son

  • ♪ I hope you don't mind the dents

  • ♪ I got it on sale at a discount store

  • Cost me all of seven cents

  • - [Man] Seven.

  • - [Person] 12.

  • (upbeat music)

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • Six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12 ♪

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • Six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12 ♪

  • - [Children] 12!

  • 12!

  • 12.

  • 12, 12.

  • One, two, three, four, five

  • Six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11, 12 ♪

  • (ominous music)

  • - Now don't forget,

  • a loaf of bread, a container of milk and a stick of butter.

  • If you can't remember, I'll write it down for you.

  • - It's okay, Mommy, I won't forget, I'll remember.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • Sir, could I have a loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and, I can't remember.

  • Can you remember what my Mommy said?

  • (erratic music)

  • - A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • - A stick of butter.

  • I remembered, I remembered.

  • I remember, I remember,

  • A loaf of bread, a container of milk

  • and a stick of butter.

  • - [Mom] You have a good memory, honey.

  • - [Kid] Thank you, Mommy.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - [Girl] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven,

  • eight, nine, 10.

  • One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♪

  • Seven

  • Seven

  • Seven

  • Seven

  • Seven, seven

  • Seven

  • One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, 10 ♪

  • - [Narrator] Ladies and gentlemen,

  • the teeny, little super guy.

  • Teeny, little super guy

  • Pops right up before your eye

  • He's no bigger than your thigh

  • - Snap your fingers, here I come.

  • Now stop me if you've heard this one.

  • Don't look the sky, don't look in the sea

  • He's inside of you and me. ♪

  • Did I ever tell you about the time?

  • You can't tell a hero by his size

  • ♪ I'm just a teeny, little super guy. ♪

  • - [Announcer] A beautiful day for a baseball game.

  • Seventh inning, here's the pitch.

  • - Just a little while ago I was watching some kids

  • play a game of baseball and having lots of fun.

  • - [Announcer] The pitcher has the ball, here's the pitch.

  • Stretch it is, he throws, a swing,

  • a fly ball into center field.

  • Looks like cookie cutter--

  • - Then I noticed another friend.

  • That was Alice Gum-ford, she was sad.

  • I figured I'd see what the matter was.

  • Hi Alice, I said, why so sad?

  • - Those kids are rude!

  • - How is that?

  • - I've been standing here for a long time

  • and they haven't even asked me to play.

  • - Well I said, maybe they don't know you wanna play, Alice.

  • - Maybe you're right, maybe they don't know I wanna play.

  • - That's right, I told Alice, you gotta tell people

  • what you want otherwise how will they know.

  • - [Announcer] Into center field,

  • should a routine play for a center fielder.

  • (cup rattling)

  • - Ask 'em, the worst they can say is no.

  • Alice asked.

  • - Would you guys let me play with you.

  • - [Man] The other kids looked at each other

  • and one of 'em said--

  • - Sure, why didn't you say something beforehand?

  • - Hooray!

  • - [Man] Said Alice and it was her turn at bat.

  • Hey, give one hit a ride, I told her.

  • - Strike one.

  • Strike two.

  • - Way to go, Alice, that was teriff--

  • Alice doubled down the right field line.

  • All the kids loved her

  • and my dentist tells me my new teeth

  • will be ready in about a month.

  • You can't tell a hero by his size

  • ♪ I'm just a teeny, little super guy

  • Oh yeah!

  • - [Woman] One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight,

  • nine, 10, 11, 11 o'clock, time to get up!

  • It's a lovely 11 morning

  • ♪ I heard 11 worms yawning

  • ♪ I saw 11 cows sleeping

  • It's the buttercups I said

  • How's it got its cheese

  • And they said oh dry up

  • ♪ 11 pretty birdies in the trees

  • Bright yellow beaks and pygmies

  • ♪ 11 chicks hatching, 11 cats scratching

  • ♪ 11's the number for me

  • (laughing)

  • ♪ 11 ducklings quacking

  • (ducks quacking)

  • ♪ 11 pigs lips smacking

  • One, two, three, four, five, six

  • Seven, eight, nine, 10, 11 ♪

  • ♪ 11's the number for me, don't you see

  • ♪ 11's the number for me

  • - Goodnight, dear. - Goodnight, Gerald.

  • Goodnight, Sparky. - Goodnight, Sparky.

  • - Goodnight, Mom, goodnight, Dad, goodnight, Sparky.

  • Imagine me an alligator

  • Mom, there's an alligator in my room!

  • - I don't see an alligator.

  • - Well sure, it's not there now

  • but when you turn out the light it's there.

  • - Go to sleep, Gerald, it's just your imagination.

  • Potato, alligator

  • - Mom!

  • - What is it? - What is it?

  • - The alligator, it's back!

  • - Go to sleep, Gerald.

  • And you are for me to munch on

  • ♪ I'm afraid of getting bigger

  • At least become my dinner. ♪

  • - Sparky!