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  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • BERT: Wow, Isn't this terrific, Ernie?

  • A real Egyptian pyramid.

  • ERNIE: I don't know, Bert.

  • I'm afraid.

  • BERT: Afraid of what?

  • I mean, this is wonderful.

  • Look, with all the exciting new discoveries.

  • ERNIE: Yeah?

  • BERT: Yeah, look at all the knowledge here.

  • ERNIE: Well.

  • BERT: This pyramid must be centuries and thousands, even,

  • of years old.

  • This is great.

  • ERNIE: Yeah, Bert.

  • BERT: Look at these hieroglyphics, all of this

  • funny writing.

  • ERNIE: It's pretty spooky to me, Bert.

  • BERT: Oh, boy, how exciting.

  • And look at this.

  • Look at this funny statue.

  • ERNIE: Oh, that's a pretty neat statue.

  • BERT: Oh, this one's a handsome statue.

  • This is nice.

  • ERNIE: I think I prefer this one.

  • BERT: Well, no accounting for taste.

  • Boy, oh, boy.

  • Isn't this exciting?

  • ERNIE: Well, I don't know, Bert.

  • I'm still--

  • Let's go home.

  • BERT: Why?

  • ERNIE: Well, because I'm kind of afraid, Bert.

  • BERT: Oh, Ernie, this is a wonderful opportunity.

  • We spent all this time getting here.

  • Come on.

  • Come on.

  • Follow me.

  • OK, let's look around some more.

  • ERNIE: Yeah, Bert.

  • BERT: Oh, Ernie, look.

  • Look at this.

  • There's a spooky, dark tunnel here.

  • You want to join me?

  • ERNIE: Oh, I think I'll wait here, Bert.

  • BERT: OK, I'll take a look.

  • Wow.

  • ERNIE: Oh, dear.

  • Maybe Bert's right.

  • Maybe there isn't anything to be afraid of.

  • It's all in my imagination.

  • Oh, I'll just look at these statues over here.

  • Look at that.

  • [TAP, TAP, TAP]

  • ERNIE: Bert, Bert, did you tap me?

  • Bert's not here.

  • Who tapped me?

  • Eh, eh, eh!

  • Eh!

  • Bert!

  • Oh, Bert, Bert!

  • BERT: What, what, what?

  • Ernie, what?

  • What is it?

  • What?

  • What?

  • What?

  • What?

  • ERNIE: This, this statue here, Bert.

  • Bert, this statue, it tapped me, Bert.

  • BERT: This statue tapped you?

  • ERNIE: It did, Bert.

  • It just tapped me, Bert.

  • BERT: This statue here, made of stone, thousands of years

  • old, it tapped you?

  • ERNIE: That's right, Bert.

  • BERT: Ernie.

  • Ernie, don't you think maybe you were using your

  • imagination?

  • Hmm?

  • ERNIE: [WHIMPER].

  • BERT: It didn't really tap you.

  • You were just imagining it, hmm?

  • Now, come on, leave me alone.

  • I want to go explore this tunnel.

  • ERNIE: [WHIMPER].

  • BERT: Boy, oh, boy.

  • ERNIE: [WHIMPER].

  • Well, maybe I'll just-- maybe it was-- maybe it was my

  • imagination--

  • sure, it was my imagination.

  • I'm sure, it was my imagination.

  • That statue didn't-- you didn't tap me, did you statue?

  • STATUE: Sure I did.

  • [SNICKERING].

  • ERNIE: Bert.

  • Oh, Bert!

  • BERT: All right, Ernie.

  • What is it?

  • What, what, what, what, what?

  • ERNIE: The S--

  • [GASP], the s--

  • [GASP], the s--

  • [GASP], the [GASP]

  • statue just talked to me, Bert.

  • BERT: The what?

  • ERNIE: The statue.

  • It talked to me, Bert.

  • BERT: The statue?

  • It tapped you before.

  • Now, it talked to you?

  • ERNIE: It talked to me, Bert.

  • BERT: Oh, it talked to you.

  • ERNIE: It talked to me.

  • BERT: Oh, then, let it talk then.

  • Come on, let's talk.

  • Come on, statue, talk.

  • What's the capital of Delaware?

  • OK.

  • ERNIE: Go ahead, statue.

  • Say something, Bert.

  • BERT: Go ahead, go ahead.

  • Where do I park my bicycle, huh?

  • ERNIE: It did talk to me, Bert.

  • BERT: Ernie, come here.

  • ERNIE: Oh.

  • BERT: Don't you think, maybe, maybe, that was your

  • imagination, too?

  • Maybe, you let your imagination just run away from

  • you because you were so scared, hmm?

  • ERNIE: Maybe, Bert.

  • BERT: OK, good.

  • Why don't you maybe sing a song, hmm?

  • That'll make you feel better, huh?

  • ERNIE: Yeah, Bert.

  • BERT: Yeah, you won't be that scared then, OK?

  • ERNIE: OK, Bert.

  • [SINGING]

  • Rubber Ducky, you're the one.

  • You make bath time lots of fun.

  • Rubber Ducky, I'm awfully fond of you--

  • STATUE: Do, do, do, do, do.

  • Do, do do, do, do, do--

  • ERNIE AND STATUE: Do.

  • ERNIE: Wow.

  • ERNIE AND STATUE: Do do do do do do do, do, do.

  • ERNIE: Oh, Bert will never believe this.

  • ERNIE AND STATUE:

  • Do, do, do do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do, do,do.

  • ERNIE: Do, do, do, do, Bert.

  • A do, di, do, a, do, di, do, di, do, do, do, do.

  • Hey, Bert.

  • Do, a, do, di, do, do, do, do, do, di, do, do, do.

  • BERT: Ernie, what are you doing?

  • ERNIE: --do, do.

  • Me and the statue are dancing, Bert.

  • The statue is a great dancer, too.

  • BERT: The statue is dancing now?

  • ERNIE: Well, it was, Bert.

  • BERT: It was dancing.

  • ERNIE: It was dancing.

  • And it was singing, too, Bert.

  • BERT: [SIGH].

  • Ernie, why don't we just go home?

  • ERNIE: But, but-- the statue knows Rubber Ducky, Bert.

  • BERT: Sure, sure.

  • Come on, come on.

  • ERNIE: We were dancing.

  • Honest we were, Bert.

  • BERT: Sure, we'll we'll just take a rest, Ernie.

  • Come on, let's go home.

  • That's it.

  • ERNIE: Well, OK, Bert.

  • BERT: Sure.

  • ERNIE: The statue really.

  • Um, hmm.

  • Bye-bye, statue.

  • BERT: Yeah, uh, bye-bye, statue [LAUGHING].

  • STATUE: Bye-bye, [SNICKERING].

  • BERT: Ernie!

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