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Elliot Moose: The Tooter Scooter/Star Trick/The Case of the Invisible Elephant/Quest Request – Ep.8

Elliot Moose: The Tooter Scooter/Star Trick/The Case of the Invisible Elephant/Quest Request – Ep.8

♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ I’m Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ I like to play ♪ ♪ And with my friends ♪ ♪ I’ll play all day ♪ ♪ My best friend Socks has a costume box ♪ ♪ So we dress up and then ♪ ♪ We pretend to be astronauts in space ♪ ♪ Or a detective solving a case ♪ ♪ Pirates, knights, explorers too ♪ ♪ Then we come home again ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪>>Elliot! ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪>>Have you seen Elliot? ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Is on the loose ♪>>ALL: Oh, Elliot! ♪ Elliot Moose is on the loose ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot Moose ♪>>Today’s show is about friends co-operating. (Horns honking)>>Vroom, vroom! Wee! (Wheels squeaking) (Gasping)>>Amazing!>>Look at it go!>>Wow, what a great sound.>>Who wants to go for a ride on my brand new tooter scooter?>>ALL: I do, I do!>>Me, me!>>We can all share riding it. There’s room for four.>>I get to be in front first, so I can honk the horns. (Horns honking)>>I wanna go first! (Horns honking)>>No, I wanna go first! (Horns honking)>>Whistling willows. You can’t all be at the front of the tooter scooter at once. There’s only room for one. Can’t you agree on who’s first?>>ALL: Me first, me first!>>Wait a minute. Wait a minute. I know! We’ll draw pretzel sticks to decide who goes first. Okay, I’ve got three pretzel sticks, here. Everyone will pick one pretzel stick. Whoever gets the shortest stick, rides at the front of the tooter scooter first. Then, the the next shortest stick, and so on. The longest stick will go last. Fair?>>Fair.>>Fair.>>Fair.>>Okay…>>Uh, um… This one.>>Um, um… This one, mm-hmm.>>Hmmm, hmm, oh, yes… This one.>>They’re all the same!>>Merciful maple chips, I guess they are.>>Wait a minute. Hmm… (Crunching) Mine’s shortest, I get to be in the front of the tooter scooter, first.>>No, wait a minute… (Crunching) Mine’s shortest, see?>>Oh, uh… (Crunching) Mine’s shortest!>>Mine is!>>Hey, mine’s so short, there’s none left.>>Me, too!>>Me, three! Ah, delicious. (Laughing)>>These sticks are all different lengths. And, no fair eating them. Elliot, you pick first.>>Uh, um, ha-ha. Hey…>>Now, Socks.>>Hmm…ah ha!>>There you are, Paisley, the last stick. (Laughing)>>Well, now, let’s see who the winner is.>>ELLIOT: I win! I have the shortest stick.>>No fair, I want to pick again.>>I want to pick first, this time.>>I won, fair and square, I should go first.>>I should go first.>>No, I should go first. Right, Beaverton?>>Vroom, bye!>>Where’s he going with the tooter scooter? (Horns honking)>>Beaverton, I have the shortest stick! Beaverton must be mad, because we kept arguing about who gets to ride up front first.>>Elliot’s right. I’m sorry, Paisley. If Beaverton comes back, you can go first.>>I’m sorry, too, Socks. When Beaverton comes back, you can go first.>>Oh, no! I just had a terrible thought.>>BOTH: What is it?!>>What if Beaverton doesn’t come back? (Groaning)>>Lefty loosey, there we go. Dismantle. (Humming a tune)>>Oh, no! Beaverton, what are you doing to the tooter scooter?>>Hiccupping hickory sticks. I thought I’d better take it apart before you argued any more.>>We’re sorry we argued about the horns. Uh, we’re friends, right?>>BOTH: Right!>>And, friends should get along with each other, right?>>BOTH: Right!>>Well, I think I know how we can solve this problem. Mm-hmm, here you go.>>Oh, thank you. Here.>>Thank you.>>Here you go.>>Thank you.>>Now, we can each have our own horns! (Horns honking) (Laughing)>>Well, climb aboard!>>After you, Socks.>>Oh, no, Paisley, after you.>>No, you first.>>Please, after you!>>If you two don’t get on board right now, we’re leaving without you. (Laughing)>>Is everybody ready? The tooter scooter is about to leave. BOTH: Yes!>>Okay. Ready, set, honk! (Horns honking) (Cheering)>>Vroom, vroom! ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪ ♪>>Can you see it?>>See what?>>The giant space rock!>>That sounds dangerous.>>Yes, it’s heading straight for us. Look!>>BOTH: Oof!>>Amazing.>>It’s so big!>>Isn’t there any way to stop it?>>Hmm… Just one; my laser beam could push it out of the way. But, I have to aim it at exactly the right spot.>>Good, go ahead.>>I can’t. I need someone to paint a big “X” on the meteor, so I can see the right spot.>>That sounds like a job for Commander Elliot Buckmooster.>>And, Rocket Socks!>>We won’t rest until Planet Friendly is safe, once again. Right, Socks?>>Right! And, then Amy’s space spinach pies will be safe, too. There it is!>>Let’s get Paisley’s special paint, and beam down. Okay, Socks, you paint a straight line that way, and I’ll paint a straight line this way. Ready?>>Ready! Paisley should be able to see this through his telescope.>>Just a little further.>>Whoa!>>Good, we can stop now. Socks? Socks?! Socks, where are you? (Gasping) Oh, no! Socks has fallen down a crack in the meteor. Hold on, Socks! I’m coming! I’ll just push my float button. Socks, you’re all right!>>Yes, I pushed my float button just in time. Did you hear that clang when you landed? I thought this was just a giant rock. (Clanging)>>That doesn’t sound like a rock to me. (Gasping) It’s a spaceship. This is really strange.>>What is a spaceship doing inside a rock?>>I don’t know. But, I think we should find out.>>Oh, goody, good, good, good. My sneaky plan is working. How clever of me to make my spaceship look like a giant space rock. Soon, everyone will leave Planet Friendly. Then, I’ll move in, and it will be all mine! (Laughing)>>Mong the Mousenificent. I might have known.>>Commander Elliot Buckmooster! Rocket Socks!>>You are a very bad mouse.>>You’re trying to scare everyone away from Planet Friendly, just so you can have it all for yourself.>>Rats! You’ve ruined my plans, again.>>This time, you aren’t going to get away.>>Maybe yes, maybe no! (Laughing) (Gasping)>>BOTH: Oh, no!>>He got away!>>Yes, but somehow I think we’ll meet again. Right now, we’ve got to stop this rock from hitting Planet Friendly. All right, Paisley, it’s time for your laser beam.>>Five, four, three, two, one…blast off!>>There is goes.>>Good shot, Paisley!>>It will never come back!>>Planet friendly is safe, again.>>Yay!>>Well, there’s only one thing I can say: Who’d like a space spinach pie? (Cheering) ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪>>Pilfering pine cones! Those are elephant footprints. An elephant is stealing my carrots! But, I haven’t seen any elephants. This is a real mystery. I need help. Hello, operator? Get me Elliot Moose, country detective. See? Elephant footprints, just like I said.>>Uh-huh>>Amazing! No elephant in sight, yet these are elephant footprints. Let’s follow them. ♪ (Grunting)>>Look, the footprints just disappear! Impossible.>>Not impossible, Dr.Sockson, we just don’t understand why they disappear. To solve this case, we must find the “why?”>>How?>>We’ll hide and keep watch.>>Are you sure this is the best hiding spot, Detective Elliot. From here, all we can see is the hedge around my carrot patch.>>An elephant is much bigger than your hedge, Farmer Beaverton. Besides, elephants make a very loud trumpeting sound. (Elephant trumpeting)>>Like that?>>Exactly! And, they thump when they walk. (Thumping)>>Like that?>>Exactly! Exactly like– Oh, my, it’s the elephant! Amazing. I can hear the elephant, but I can’t see him. Quick, to the carrot patch!>>Jumping juniper trees! More carrots are missing.>>Look, more elephant tracks. (Grunting)>>This is much more mysterious than I thought. Not only does this elephant disappear, but it’s invisible.>>An invisible elephant that disappears?>>That sounds very mysterious, detective Elliot.>>It is very mysterious, Farmer Beaverton. Or, very clever.>>Very, very clever.>>The only way to solve this case is to think of something very, very, very, clever.>>Are you sure this is very, very, very, clever? Suppose the elephant decides to pull us up? (Elephant trumpeting)>>Shh, Dr.Sockson, pretend you’re a carrot. (Thumping)>>Professor Mouseiarty. I might have known. (Elephant trumpeting) (Door closing)>>Now, we know who’s behind this evil scheme.>>Professor Mouseiarty in elephant shoes.>>But, we still don’t know the “why?” Why is professor Mouseiarty taking the carrots?>>But, we do know where: into that tree!>>Come on, Dr.Sockson. Let’s go have a look.>>How I love the smell of carrot juice in the afternoon. Soon, everyone will buy their juice from me. I will be the carrot juice king! Oh, I love it! Let Elliot Moose, and that silly Dr.Sockson search for elephants. They’ll never discover what I am doing. Never! (Laughing) (Elephant trumpeting) What’s that? Not an elephant! Dr.Sockson, Elliot Moose… But, how? When? Where?>>It’s “why?”, Professor Mouseiarty. And, now we know: you were stealing Farmer Beaverton’s carrots to make carrot juice, to make yourself rich.>>You are a very bad mouse.>>Finally, we’ve caught you, and there’s no way out.>>Except one! (Grunting) (Laughing) Bye Bye!>>He got away!>>Maybe this time, Dr.Sockson, but I’m sure we’ll meet Professor Mouseiarty again. Farmer Beaverton, your carrot patch is safe.>>Oh, thank you, Detective Elliot. I’m very glad I won’t be seeing any more invisible elephants. (Elephant trumpeting)>>Anyone for fresh carrot juice? (Laughing) ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot ♪ ♪ Elliot, Elliot, Elliot, Elliot Moose ♪ ♪ Elliot Moose ♪>>Check, check, one, two. This is Beaverton, and I’m interviewing that great storyteller Lionel for the Beaverton Report. Lionel, how did the lion get to be called “the king of beasts”?>>Um, well, that is–>>Yes?>>Oh, um–>>BOTH: Hmm…>>Lionel, are you okay?>>Well, no. Excuse me, I have to leave, now. Good bye.>>But, but, I need…I need…>>Strange.>>Very strange.>>Lionel always likes talking.>>Well, some people get very frightened, or shy, when they know other people are watching or listening. So much for hearing about the king of beasts. See you later.>>Hmm, I wish we could help, somehow.>>We can! Beaverton wants to know about a king. This is a job for Squire Socks and Sir Elliot Moosealot. To the costume box!>>Ta-da!>>Here. (Imitating horses galloping)>>Ahem. (Imitating trumpet sound)>>What…what, hm?>>King Lionel, I have the honour of announcing the bravest knight in all the kingdom! Sir Elliot Moosealot. (Imitating horse neighing)>>Thank you, Squire Socks.>>Listen, I don’t want to spoil your fun–>>Sire, all knights need a quest; a mission, something that they must do to help their king.>>Well, that’s very kind of you, Elliot. Uh, Sir Elliot Moosealot. But, I’m not a king. I haven’t even got a robe, or a crown.>>Ah, then that will be my quest. Come, Squire Socks. We will search the kingdom until we find a robe and a crown for King Lionel. (Imitating horses galloping)>>Well, that’ll keep them busy. Not much chance of finding a robe or a crown around here. (Yawning) ♪>>Ahem. (Imitating trumpet sound)>>Huh…huh?>>Your majesty. Our quest is over. We have found you a robe, and a crown.>>Oh! I humbly kneel to accept your gracious gifts.>>First, your royal crown.>>Thank you.>>And, now, your royal robe.>>Not bad. Not bad at all. Of course, you can’t really tell about a royal robe until you sit on the royal throne. (Whispering)>>King Lionel, allow us to escort you to your royal throne. It’s in the palace playroom.>>This way.>>Your highness. (Laughing)>>This is marvellous! Sir Elliot, Squire Socks, I wish to reward you for your loyalty to your King. Do you have a request I can grant you?>>We have only one request, Sire.>>A very small one.>>Can you tell us what it’s like to be a king.>>A king must be noble. A king must be trustworthy. But, being a king on the outside is not as important as being a king in here; in your heart. And, in your heart, anybody can be a king.>>Excellent, your majesty!>>Amazing!>>Now, why couldn’t I have said that when Beaverton had his tape recorder?>>You just did. Beaverton, you can come out! (Laughing)>>Thank you, Lionel, that was excellent.>>You mean, you recorded that?>>BOTH: Uh-huh.>>But, that’s not fair. You should have told me. You played a trick on me.>>Just listen for a moment.>>RECORDER:Being a king on theoutside is not as important asbeing a king in here; in yourheart.>>We knew you had wonderful things to say.>>We just wanted to help you say them.>>You went to all this trouble just to help me?>>ALL: Uh-huh.>>Well, I don’t know what to say, except– Turn on your recorder, again.>>Uh-huh.>>There’s one thing I forgot. Being a king is not as important as being someone who has such good friends as I do.>>BOTH: Mmm-hmm.>>Friends who help you deal with your fears.>>ALL: Hooray for King Lionel! (Cheering)>>Remember: good friends co-operate with each other. See you next time! ♪

7 thoughts on “Elliot Moose: The Tooter Scooter/Star Trick/The Case of the Invisible Elephant/Quest Request – Ep.8”

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