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Elmo's World: Getting Dressed

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Elmo's World
Written by  Judy Freudberg
Molly Boylan
Christine Ferraro
Emily Kingsley
Directed by  Ken Diego
Victor Dinapoli
Jim Martin
Ted May
Lisa Simon
Book  Getting Dressed!
Video  Wake Up with Elmo!
All Day With Elmo
First Appearance
Episode 4010
Earliest Known Appearance

Picture Segment Description
Guess what Elmo's thinking about today?
Elmo opens the door to a pile of clothing that falls into the room. A montage of children dressing themselves, pets and toys plays.
Dorothy's Question
Dorothy has an orange figurine wearing a hat, mittens and pants in her fish bowl. She asks "How do you get dressed?".
The Noodle Family
Mr. Noodle gets dressed. Starting in a red union suit, he buttons the top buttons on his shirt, ties his bow tie, and puts on his pants and suspenders. When he finishes, he finds his suspenders are still looped over the hook on the door they were hanging on.
Kids and Baby
Kids show Dorothy how they put on socks, a sweatshirt and snow pants. Elmo asks a baby with a sun hat.
Elmo's Question
Elmo asks the viewer to help him count CGI pants marching across the screen, which are followed by three ants in the pants.
Video E-Mail
Ernie shares that Rubber Duckie likes getting dressed and shows the duckie dressed as a police officer.
Elmo asks questions about what people wear to work. Slimey appears in a question; in the answer, he wears a top hat and tails and dances to a clip of "Puttin' on the Ritz".
Elmo's friend Alexis dresses herself, then helps her dad dress her baby sister Arianna.
TV Cartoon
The Getting Dressed Channel shows the Lecture Lady, who sings a song with the chorus "that's what's best about getting dressed". Coming up next: "Socks in the City" and "Shall We Pants?" starring Shirt Reynolds.
Elmo talks to Book, which announces its title as "The History Of Getting Dressed" and shows a pop-up page of "caveman dress" before Tickle Me Land takes over.


Tickle Me Land
Dorothy imagines Elmo in Roman times wearing a toga, in medieval times wearing a suit of armor, and two Elmos in Scotland wearing kilts (one with a bagpipe playing "Scotland the Brave", one dancing).

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