tv NBC Bay Area News NBC October 14, 2012 3:00pm-3:30pm PDT
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hey! hey! hey! hey! hey! hey, everybody, anthony's gone to investigate some wacky, crazy sounds. everybody, i love cows. do you like cows? they're wonderful. they give us milk and they moo a lot. have a listen to this. - the first cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. - the second cow moos... - moo, moo, moo.
- the third cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. - the first cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. - the second cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. - the third cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. (laughs) i love cows. i love the way they moo. let's see one more time, and listen to it too. - first cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. - the third cow moos... - moo, moo, moo. - the second cow moos... - moo, ahoy, there. "moo, ahoy, there"? the second cow... it's "moo". moo, ahoy, there! it's "moo". (speaks quickly) moo, ahoy, there! moo. moo, ahoy, there. moo, moo, moo. (speaks quickly) moo, moo, moo, ahoy, there, ahoy there. (laughs) this is funny but, really, second cow, it's, "moo". moo, ahoy there. (laughs) moo, moo, moo. moo, ahoy there. ♪ moo moo-moo-moo moo... ♪ ahoy there. moo. i'm beginning to think there's something very funny
about this second cow. i'm not sure who the second cow really is. hang on, are you saying you think the second cow is captain feathersword? are you sure? well, please have another look at the second cow. is it captain feathersword? ok, well, let's have a look at the cows and compare them. maybe we can decide then if it's captain feathersword. the first cow has wonderful cow-like features, on all four legs. the second cow has two legs, two arms, and looks very much like a pirate. let's have another look. the first cow has black and white hide, and the second cow has pirate clothes on. you know, i think you're right. i think it really is captain feathersword.
you're captain feathersword. moo, i'm not! oh, yes, you are. moo, no, i'm not. moo, yes, you are. moo, no, i'm not! - moo, yes, you are. - moo, i'm not. moo-oo! well, you can moo till the cows come home, but i really do think you're captain feathersword. you've got the pirate shirt, the pirate vest, everything pirate, except for the wonderful headdress. are you captain feathersword? oh, yes, it's me, everyone. well done! (laughs) hello, wags. i've made some lovely rosy tea. (groans and grumbles) oh, what's the matter, wags? ooh, i'm cold. do you feel sick? are you hot? no, i just told you. i'm cold. yes, i know.
but sometimes when our bodies are hot, we feel cold. (giggles) that doesn't make sense. mm, you don't feel hot, so i don't think you're sick. would you like a hot drink? would that help? it might. here you are. a nice cup of rosy tea. (slurps) mmm. that was nice. how long have you been sitting there? ages and ages. maybe some exercise would help warm you up. do you think so? i do! let's play follow the leader. i'll be the leader, you follow me, and do as i do.
all right! come on, wags, i'm the leader of a marching band. (marching band music) can i be the leader now? (whistle) of course you can. come on, dorothy, let's hop. (laughs) oh, wags, you've worn me out. i need a rest. what about you? are you still cold? woof! woof! i feel as warm as toast. exercise certainly helps when you're feeling cold. come on, dorothy, your turn to be leader.
(laughs) (marching band music) (elegant music) ♪ 'd' is for dorothy ♪ d-o-r-o-t-h-y ♪ 'h' is for henry ♪ h-e-n-r-y ♪ 'a' is for anthony ♪ a-n-t-h-o-n-y ♪ 'w' is for wagsy ♪ w-a-g-s ♪ 'm' is for murray ♪ m-u-r-r-a-y 'j' is for jeff ♪ j-e-f-f ♪ 's' is for sam ♪ s-a-m that's me! ♪ 'f' is for feathersword ♪ let's all start again ♪ 'd' is for dorothy
♪ come on a great adventure ♪ sing your favorite tunes ♪ reading, writing and painting ♪ something we all can do ♪ wiggle and learn ♪ dance to the rhythm of music ♪ wiggle and learn ♪ let's have some fun ♪ wiggle and learn ♪ dance to the rhythm of music ♪ wiggle and learn ♪ let's have some ♪ let's have some ♪ let's have some fun! - hello, henry. - hello, anthony. i notice you've got your travel bag. are you going somewhere? i'm going to gawa. gawa? haven't you been there before? oh, yes, anthony.
i had such a wonderful time singing and dancing with the warramiri people that i'm going back to visit. they said they were going to show me how they catch fish and show me their school. that sounds fantastic, henry. it's fun to catch fish. and it's great to go to school. you're going to have a good time. they have their own language in gawa, don't they? oh, yes, they do have their own language. it's called warramiri. but they speak english too. so i'm sure we'll be able to talk to each other. where is gawa, henry? it's a tiny island right up in the north of australia. - well, that's a long way to swim. - (laughs) oh, no, anthony. i'm not swimming. i'm going in an airplane. that's right. sam can drive you to the airport again. have a great time, henry. say hello to our warramiri friends, henry. i will, anthony. bye-bye! bye, anthony.
(speaks in warramiri) yo, thank you for inviting me to the fish trap. (speaks in warramiri) i think junga junga and bumfi want me to sit down. i think this must be a very special place. yo. - do you catch fish here? - all: yo. like your people have done for hundreds of years? all: yo. - do you use a net? - all: yuka. oh, i think 'yuka' must mean no. - does 'yuka' mean no? - yo, yo. so 'yo' means yes and 'yuka' means no. that's another warramiri word i've learned. can you show me how to catch fish in the fish trap? yo.
i wonder who it's for. hey! it's got my name on it. it says "jeff". but i wonder who it's from. look at that. they look like doggy paw prints to me. what? wags? you think it might be from wags the dog. i suppose it must be. i wonder what's in it. it's a rather unusual shape for a parcel. you think it might be a ball? you know, you could be right. i'll open it and see. a tennis ball! well, i don't play tennis but i do throw a ball for wags to chase when we go for a walk along the beach.
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