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  • (upbeat music)

  • La la la la

  • La la la la

  • Elmo's World

  • La la la la

  • La la la la

  • Elmo's World

  • Elmo loves his goldfish

  • His crayon too

  • (crayon squeaking)

  • That's Elmo's World

  • - Dorothy, Dorothy, Dorothy.

  • Oh, oh, oh, hi, welcome to Elmo's World!

  • Elmo's so happy to see you and so is Dorothy!

  • Say hello, Dorothy.

  • (Elmo chuckles)

  • So, guess what Elmo's thinking about today?

  • (Elmo cheering)

  • Happy birthday to you

  • Happy birthday to you

  • Did you guess yet?

  • (Elmo humming)

  • Uh oh.

  • (presents clattering) (Elmo yelling)

  • You know, birth--

  • (presents clattering)

  • Oh boy.

  • (Elmo chuckles)

  • That's right, birthdays!

  • (Elmo laughs)

  • (upbeat music)

  • (upbeat music continues)

  • And guess what, today is Dorothy's birthday!

  • Yay, Dorothy, yay, Dorothy!

  • Happy birthday, Dorothy

  • and Dorothy's been thinking about birthdays

  • and has a birthday question.

  • Go ahead, Dorothy, oh, okay, okay.

  • How do you wrap a birthday present?

  • Good question, birthday fish!

  • (Elmo chuckles)

  • Let's ask Mr. Noodle!

  • Mr. Noodle!

  • (Shade whistling)

  • Oh look, Shade is being a birthday noisemaker.

  • (Elmo chuckles)

  • That tickles, okay, Shade, go up, go up now.

  • Awe, thank you, Shade.

  • Oh look, it's Mr. Noodle's brother, Mr. Noodle.

  • Hi Mr--

  • Uh oh, Mr. Noodle. has a sneeze in his nose.

  • (trumpet playing)

  • Gesun, gesun, geun.

  • (Mr. Noodle sneezing)

  • Gesundheit!

  • (glass shattering)

  • Come back, Mr. Noodle!

  • Boy, that was some sneeze.

  • (trumpet blowing)

  • Ready for Dorothy's question, Mr. Noodle?

  • (trumpet blowing) (children laughing)

  • We'll wait.

  • Ready?

  • Good.

  • - [Child] How do you wrap a present, Mr. Noodle?

  • - [Elmo] Oh yeah, you need paper!

  • - [Child] Use the paper to wrap the present.

  • - [Elmo] Not that much paper, Mr. Noodle.

  • No, no, stop Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] That's enough, that's enough paper.

  • - [Child] Too much!

  • - [Child] That's enough, that's enough Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] Mr. Noodle, no, it's too much.

  • - [Children] Try again Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] Not too much this time Mr. Noodle,

  • be careful.

  • - [Child] You need scissors to cut the paper Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] Oh yeah, you need scissors Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] Yeah, use the scissors.

  • - [Elmo] Very good Mr. Noodle, okay now cut the paper.

  • - [Child] You cut the paper good Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] Nice looking.

  • - [Elmo] Now, wrap the present.

  • - [Child] Wrap the present.

  • - [Child] Wrap the present Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] Yeah, wrap the present.

  • Oh no, no, no.

  • - [Children] You need to tape.

  • - [Elmo] Yes, yeah, that's the tape.

  • Yeah, very good.

  • Now, pull out some tape Mr. Noodle.

  • There you go.

  • - [Child] Not that much tape.

  • - [Child] Just a little bit missing Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] It's going to get stuck together.

  • (children laughing)

  • - [Child] Too much tape Mr. Noodle.

  • It's sticking to you.

  • - [Child] Try again Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Children] Keep going Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] Wrap the present Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] Wrap the present first and now the other side,

  • very good.

  • - [Child] Wow.

  • - [Elmo] Mr. Noodle, remember, just a little bit of tape.

  • - [Child] Yay, Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] He's doing it.

  • - [Child] You got it.

  • - [Children] Yay, Mr. Noodle!

  • - [Elmo] All right, now finish wrapping the present.

  • - [Children] Finish it Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] Keep going, Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] Yeah, there's more.

  • - [Child] You have to wrap the ends of the present.

  • - [Child] Both ends.

  • - [Child] Just a small piece of tape. Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] Just a little.

  • That's enough Mr. Noodle.

  • (wrapping paper crinkling)

  • - [Children] Yay!

  • You did it Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Elmo] You wrapped the present, yay!

  • (Elmo laughing)

  • - [Child] Uh oh, you wrapped your finger Mr. Noodle.

  • - [Child] Take it off.

  • - [Child] I wonder what the present was.

  • - Dorothy wants to ask someone else.

  • How do you wrap a birthday present?

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Hi Dorothy, this is how you wrap a birthday gift.

  • Put it in a special bag, happy birthday Dorothy.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Dorothy this is how I wrap a present.

  • I put a big bow on it.

  • You have to take the paper off the sticky part

  • then you stick it on.

  • Happy birthday Dorothy.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - This is how I wrap a present Dorothy.

  • I fold the paper onto the box like this.

  • (foil crinkling)

  • Then I fold the corners

  • (foil crinkling)

  • and I do the same thing on the other side.

  • (foil crinkling)

  • Now, I put a bow on.

  • There, happy birthday Dorothy.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - Thanks kids, thanks Dorothy

  • and now Elmo will ask a baby.

  • - Hello baby, hi, hi.

  • Baby, how do you wrap a gift.

  • (Elmo chuckles)

  • Thank you baby.

  • (Elmo kissing)

  • And now Elmo had a question for you.

  • How many candles are on this birthday cake?

  • Let's count them and see.

  • Here we go--

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

  • five, six, seven.

  • - Seven, yeah, seven birthday candles.

  • How many elephants does it take to blow candles out?

  • (Elephant trumpeting)

  • (cake squirting) (Elmo laughing)

  • Silly elephant.

  • One, thank you elephant.

  • Great counting and great candle blowing.

  • Boy, it must be the elephants birthday too.

  • (Elmo laughing)

  • Oh, that make Elmo wonder, what can have birthdays

  • and what can't?

  • Elmo wants to know, don't you?

  • (drawers talking gibberish)

  • Oh, it sounds like the drawer knows.

  • Open up drawer.

  • (Elmo yelling)

  • (upbeat music)

  • Do birthday cakes have birthdays?

  • - [Children] No.

  • - [Elmo] But, you can eat birthday cake at a birthday party.