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  • (dramatic music)

  • (clears throat)

  • (laughs)

  • - Hello, everybo--

  • (clears throat)

  • Hello, everybody.

  • Welcome to Elmo's World News.

  • This is Reporter Elmo, coming to you from...

  • Reporter Elmo's new studio.

  • This is a little embarrassing.

  • This isn't Reporter Elmo's World News studio.

  • This is Reporter Elmo's bedroom.

  • (laughs)

  • Daddy?

  • - [Louie] Son?

  • - Can Daddy please help Reporter Elmo move

  • into Elmo's World News set that we made?

  • - [Louie] Sure thing, son.

  • - Thank you.

  • Excuse us for just one second.

  • Talk amongst yourselves.

  • (Louie grunting)

  • - [Louie] Looks like we're all set up and ready to go, son.

  • - Oh, thank you, Daddy.

  • Yeah, that's more like it.

  • Oh, okay, play music.

  • (dramatic music)

  • Hello, everyone.

  • Welcome to Elmo's World News.

  • Today, Reporter Elmo and some special reporter friends

  • will share fun news from around the whole world.

  • You'll hear all about kids learning and playing

  • while they're staying safe.

  • First, let's go to Special Reporter Cookie Monster.

  • (whimsical music)

  • Dum dum dum dum dum

  • - Special Reporter Cookie Monster?

  • Dum de dum

  • - Oh, oh, Reporter Elmo.

  • Oh, what you doing here so early?

  • - We are waiting to hear Special Reporter Cookie Monster's

  • special news report.

  • - Oh.

  • Me not ready.

  • Yeah, yeah, yeah.

  • Me still making this special box for me report.

  • - Oh.

  • Okay, no problem, Cookie Monster.

  • - Okay, okay. - Reporter Elmo

  • will come back in a minute. - See you in 10.

  • (laughs)

  • Okay.

  • Dum dee dum dum

  • (whimsical music)

  • - See you in 10.

  • Well, that's live TV, everybody.

  • (laughs)

  • Just gotta roll with it, you know?

  • Okay, do we have any reporters that are ready right now?

  • Hmm?

  • Oh, of course, the weather.

  • Thank you.

  • Every news show needs a weather report,

  • so let's go now to Weather Reporter Grover.

  • - Thank you, Reporter Elmo.

  • It is I, your adorable Weather Reporter Grover,

  • and as you can see, there is going to be a lot of weather.

  • We have clouds over here,

  • which were chased away by sunny days over there.

  • Sunny days, my favorite.

  • I like to go for a nice long walk on sunny days,

  • but sometimes I cannot go outside.

  • So instead I bring the outside inside.

  • Do you know how to do that?

  • By using your imagination.

  • Walk with me.

  • (playful music)

  • Let us pretend this lamp is the sun.

  • Wow, that sun is bright.

  • Do you feel that?

  • On sunny days, I have to get my sunglasses

  • to protect my cute little eyes.

  • Ah, now I am ready to go for an imaginary walk in the park.

  • (humming)

  • Sometimes my walk turns into more of a jog.

  • (panting)

  • Exercise is good for you.

  • Move those little legs, faster, faster.

  • (panting)

  • Okay, okay, that is enough jogging.

  • Whoo!

  • Now I am hot.

  • Whoo, in fact, I am very hot.

  • I feel like the sun really is in this room right now.

  • You know what?

  • Perhaps a nice breeze would help.

  • Yes, yes, yes.

  • (gasps)

  • And lookie there, a cute little fan to save the day.

  • (laughs)

  • Oh, that is nice.

  • Feel that breeze.

  • Maybe a little more breeze, huh?

  • Yeah.

  • (dramatic music) Oh, oh, that is strong, oh.

  • Mommy!

  • - Hello?

  • - Whoo.

  • (groans)

  • While this adorable weather reporter fixes his fur,

  • take a look at these kids around the world,

  • and how they use their imaginations

  • to bring the outside inside.

  • Ha, ha.

  • (cheerful music)

  • - [Elmo] Look at that.

  • A friend in Bangladesh is flying a kite inside.

  • - [Man] Oh, yeah, score!

  • - [Grover] Now that is an inventive way to use a broomstick.

  • - [Elmo] She's painting a picture of the outside

  • while she's sitting inside.

  • Look at that.

  • There's our friend Pauline, pretending to catch fish inside.

  • - [Grover] Nice pillow slide.

  • - [Elmo] Oh, Elmo wants to try that!

  • There's Lola, pretending to explore outside

  • with her binoculars, and look, she's not the only one.

  • There's our friend in Jordan.

  • - And that is today's weather news.

  • Back to you, Reporter Elmo.

  • - Thank you, Weather Reporter Grover.

  • Boy, Reporter Elmo wants

  • to try bringing the outside inside too.

  • Hmm, what does Elmo like to do outside?

  • Yeah, baby, yeah!

  • Riding his tricycle in the park!

  • (cheerful music)

  • Elmo's riding

  • Riding in the park today

  • Oh, come on, everybody, let's all pretend

  • to ride our tricycles in the park.

  • (laughs) (cheerful music)

  • Whoa, Elmo hears the wind blowing through the trees.

  • Oh, and Elmo hears

  • (birds chirping) the pretty birdies singing.

  • Yeah!

  • Hmm, what else does Elmo hear?

  • (bell dings) Ding, ding, ding!

  • That's the bell.

  • (laughs)

  • And now, we have a question for Special Reporter Abby.

  • - It's Abby's Advice, where I get letters from friends

  • and try to help them solve a problem.

  • - Dear Abby, I can't play outside right now

  • with my new sister, so what can a big brother do?

  • Signed, Soon-to-Be Sibling.

  • - Well, I know about being a big sister,

  • because I have a brother named Rudy.

  • It's a lot of fun to have a sibling.

  • You can read books to them.

  • - And they lived happily ever after.

  • - Sing songs with them.

  • Do do do do

  • - And play games like peek-a-boo with them.

  • - Peek-a-boo!

  • (all laugh)

  • - There's so many things you could do together.

  • - I can do all those things.

  • I can't wait to play inside with my new baby sister.

  • - You're gonna be a great big brother.

  • Can't wait 'til I get another letter.

  • (Abby laughs)

  • Twinkle out!

  • - Boy, that was fun!

  • Huh, what, what? (dramatic music)

  • Oh, yes, yes, thank you, thank you.

  • Breaking news: Special Reporter Raya, what'cha got?

  • - Hi, Elmo.

  • - Oh, hi, Special Reporter Raya.

  • - Yes, Elmo?

  • - Reporter Elmo just wanted