|Bert, I'm afraid he's gonna get cold and lonely out here all by himself Bert. And then he'll be said, and I don't want him to be sad Bert.
|Oh I think I'll tickle him. He'll feel that I'm sure. Tickle, tickle, tickle, tickle, tickle.
|Yes, that is just as I thought.
|All righty now, how may I help you. Oh it is you! Well, so nice to see you.
|Woe, wait wait wait wait not so fast!
|Ah ah, sorry 'bout that.
|Ehem, I'm very sorry we're having these bubble troubles, please stand by.
|I think I'll put on my cute little sun glasses.
|What, what they hey? What is that I hear?
|Where did my litte friend go? Oh. [sigh] [crash!]
|Hey, hello everybody! This is your old pal Grover.
|Gee that sounds kind of interesting.
|Well hi ho there this is Kermit the frog.
|Stay with us folks. Things could break any minute now but, right now, uh, back to our regular program.
|Now do you think, do you think you can remember this time?
|Okay, places please, we'll just try it again. Places! And here we go. And roll camera.
|Places please. Quiet down... and here we go... and roll camera.
|Well there's no business like slow business, huh? Heh, that's an old show business joke ya know.
|Just pipe down and let's get on with it.
|Hey don't press your luck.
|Hey I got 'em this far. You take over from here.
|Well the test isn't quite over. Nap time is next.
|Whatta ya want!
|What took ya so long!
|No I'm workin' on it!
|You? You can do it?
|Ernie from Sesame Street singing his rubber ducky song.
|Sesame Street song: Wubba wubba wubba wubba, woo woo woo