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  • (Elmo laughs)

  • - I love visiting the farm.

  • There's so many cute animals.

  • - Yeah.

  • Oh, Elmo wants to see a chicken and a horse.

  • (cow moos)

  • - What about a cow?

  • - Yeah.

  • Oh, Elmo loves the sound a cow makes.

  • Moo!

  • - Moo, moo.

  • - The animals on the farm make all different

  • types of sounds.

  • Hey, that makes me think of a new animal song.

  • - Come on, sing with us.

  • The cow on the farm goes moo moo moo

  • Moo moo moo

  • Moo moo moo

  • The cow on the farm goes moo moo moo

  • All day long

  • - Time for me to move along.

  • - There's another animal on the farm.

  • - Where?

  • (chicken clucks)

  • The chickens on the farm go

  • Bock bock bock

  • Bock bock bock

  • Bock bock bock

  • The chicken on the farm goes bock bock bock

  • All day long

  • - Wait, you forgot your egg.

  • - And now for our next animal, a horse.

  • - Yep, here he is.

  • Wait, where did the horsey go?

  • The horses on the farm go neigh neigh neigh

  • Neigh neigh neigh

  • Neigh neigh neigh

  • The horses on the farm go neigh neigh neigh

  • All day long

  • One more time

  • The cow on the farm goes moo moo moo

  • Moo moo moo

  • Moo moo moo

  • The chickens on the farm go bock bock bock

  • Bock bock bock

  • Bock bock bock

  • The horses on the farm go neigh neigh neigh

  • Neigh neigh neigh

  • Neigh neigh neigh

  • The animals on the farm make lots of sounds

  • All day long

  • (group cheers)

  • MacElmo had a farm with some animal friends

  • They'd quack and cluck and moo

  • Uh huh here's what they liked to do

  • Run loose like a goose

  • Honk honk

  • Do a jig like a pig

  • Oink oink

  • Moo loud like cow

  • Moo bock bock bock bock bock bock bock bock

  • Shake your tail around

  • Get on down

  • Quackity quack like Elmo's farm

  • Like Elmo's farm

  • (upbeat music)

  • Where are we going

  • Can't wait to see

  • On Abby's Amazing Adventures

  • With me Rudy

  • (Rudy laughs)

  • - Whoa, horsey.

  • Neigh.

  • Hi, I'm Abby, this is my room and this is my brother, Rudy.

  • - Giddy up.

  • - We're pretending to ride horses.

  • - [Basket] Guess who?

  • Something's not right, look out.

  • Wow, a surprisingly smooth landing. (giggles)

  • - Hiya, Basket.

  • - Well howdy, partners.

  • Guess what I've got today?

  • - What could it be?

  • Count along with me.

  • One, two, three.

  • Those are the numbers one, two and three.

  • - That's right and I'm counting on you two

  • to help me count today.

  • - Aww, I wanted to ride a horsey.

  • - Well, maybe we can.

  • Just grab onto my handles and we'll hit the dusty trail.

  • - [Group] Hidey-ho, up we go.

  • - Wow, we're on horsies.

  • - That's right.

  • Their named Spot and Dot.

  • - Hi, Spot.

  • - Hi, Dot.

  • - And this is a ranch.

  • You're going to be sheep ranchers.

  • Ranchers look after animals and take care of them.

  • Your job is to count the sheep

  • and make sure all six are in their pen.

  • - How many sheep are in the pen now?

  • - [Rudy] One, two, three,

  • four, four sheep in the pen.

  • - That means we're looking for two more sheep.

  • - Round them up, ranchers.

  • - Help us find the sheep, too.

  • Lets go, Rudy.

  • - Come on Spot and Dot.

  • Giddy up.

  • Ooh, are those sheep?

  • No, I think they're cows.

  • (sheep bleats)

  • - Rudy wait, what sound does a cow make?

  • - Moo.

  • - That's what I thought.

  • - Moo.

  • - Moo.

  • - Baa.

  • - Moo.

  • - That's a sheep hiding with the cows.

  • (sheep bleats)

  • Let's bring him to the pen.

  • (upbeat music)

  • - I will help with the gate.

  • We did it.

  • - Don't forget to close the gate.

  • - Great job.

  • Now how many sheep are in the pen?

  • - Let's count together.

  • - [Group] One, two, three, four, five.

  • - [Rudy] There are five sheep in the pen.

  • - Remember, you ranchers need to have all six sheep

  • in the pen.

  • - Okay, that means that we need,

  • what do we need?

  • - To find one more sheep.

  • Let's ride.

  • - Abby, look.

  • - [Basket] Those are animal tracks.

  • A sheep made them.

  • - Wow, let's follow them.

  • - [Both] Huh?

  • - Where did the sheep go?

  • - Don't know, partner.

  • Hey, that's a nice painting on that barn.

  • - [Rudy] You can even see the clouds move.

  • - Wait a minute.

  • Paintings don't move.

  • - It's the sheep.

  • He's pretending to be a cloud.

  • (sheep bleats)

  • - It's time to bring you home.

  • (sheep bleats)

  • We'll get the gate.

  • - Another sheep in the pen.

  • Time to count.

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

  • Six sheep.

  • - That's all of them.

  • - Good job, ranchers.

  • You do make a great team.

  • You put all six sheep back in the pen.

  • - [Both] Secret handshake.

  • Up high, down low, yay we did it, way to go.

  • - Time to go home.

  • - Bye, Spot.

  • - Bye, Dot.

  • - Time to put everything away.

  • - I'm glad I could count on you two.

  • Time for me to go.

  • I'll leave the way I came in.

  • - [Both] Bye, Basket.

  • - Here's a job for you.

  • Pretend to be a rancher, round up your stuffed animals

  • and count them.

  • - See you next time.

  • On Abby's Amazing Adventures

  • Old MacDonald had a farm