Sesame Street (1969– )
Kevin Clash: Elmo, Hoots the Owl, Muppet, Clementine, Baby Natasha, Watson, Wolfgang the Seal, King, Kingston Livingston III, Baby Tooth...
Elmo : Oh look, it's Mr. Noodle's brother, Mr. Noodle.
Announcer : And now, It's time for the newest, hippest, best dressed detective show on television: "Miami Mice!"
Kermit the Frog : Yeah, There are pal trees out there. What? What's on the palm tree? What's on? Oh, I am on. Oh, I am on. Oh, Cue the music!
[Miami Mice theme plays]
Kermit the Frog : Hi-ho, This is Kermit the Frog, Speaking to you from the sunny tropics of Miami Florida. And who knows the subject of an adventure, Than the world's famous Miami Mice. And here they are right now, Here is Miami Mice J.P.
J.P. Mouse : Oh, What's Happening?
Kermit the Frog : ...Tito!
Tito Mouse : Que tal, Man!
Kermit the Frog : Today, We are going to talk to you about adventures.
J.P. Mouse : Say what, Frog?
Kermit the Frog : An adventure, Where something exciting happens here!
Tito Mouse : Adventures? Nah, We got none of that here.
J.P. Mouse : Well, I wish we can help you out, Frog.
Kermit the Frog : But you are the world's famous Miami Mice.
Gordon Robinson : What are you guys doing?
Abby Cadabby : We are drawing about the house we live in.
Gordon Robinson : Cool, Le me see it.
[Looks at Rosita's house]
Gordon Robinson : Wow!
Rosita : That is my Casa! And this is my mother!
Elmo : And this is my apartment where I live on.
Gordon Robinson : That's cool, And what do you got here, Abby?
Abby Cadabby : Well, This is my house, And this is my other house.
Elmo : [Confused] Hey, Wait a minute. What do Abby mean her other house?
Abby Cadabby : Well, This is my mother's house, And this is my father's house?
Rosita : But don't they live together?
Elmo : Why don't they live together?
Abby Cadabby : Well, My parents are divorced!
Rosita : Wait, What is a divorce?
Gordon Robinson : Well, A divorce means that her parents are not married anymore.
Elmo : Why not?
Gordon Robinson : Well, They tried and tried. And they couldn't do it so long. And it sometimes doesn't work.
The Announcer #2 : The contestant who cries the hardest will win an official Sonny Friendly Teddy Bear
[Shows the teddy bear that has Sonny Friendly's hair and teeth]
Sonny Friendly #2 : Wait, THAT'S THE GRAND PRIZE!
The Announcer #2 : Yes, And I believe Ida Nomer cried the hardest and is the winner.
Ida Nomer : Oh for joy...
Sonny Friendly #2 : But, But
[Runs into the camera]
Sonny Friendly #2 : I LOVE MY TEDDY BEAR, YOU CAN'T DO THAT!
The Announcer #2 : Sonny Friendly, You cried even harder than Ida Nomer, You won the grand prize!
Sonny Friendly #2 : WHAT! I WON? Ah, For joys. This is the happiest day of the life. Now, Let's give some consolation prize for our runner's up.
The Announcer #2 : Sorry, There is no consolation prize.
Luke Warm : WHAT? No consolation prizes?
[Voice breaks down]
Luke Warm : This is awful.
Ida Nomer : [Sobbing] IT'S NOT FAIR!
Pierre Blue : [Voice breaksdown] This is so, sad!
Sonny Friendly #2 : [while holding his Teddy Bear and leaving the poor contestants sobbing in failure as he holds] Well, I guess we all can't be winners, huh?
Sonny Friendly #2 : [to the audience] Well, This is Sonny Friendly saying we will see you again next on ''The Crying Game Show''
[to the Teddy Bear]
Sonny Friendly #2 : Oh, Teddy, I am so glad to have you back.
[Kisses his teddy bear]
Sonny Friendly #2 : Are you glad to see me again?
[to the audience]
Sonny Friendly #2 : Thank you, Audience. You were a great crowd.