|Written by|| Molly Boylan|
|Directed by||Victor DiNapoli|
|Video||Elmo Has Two!|
| First Appearance|
| Earliest Known Appearance|
| ||Elmo opens the door to see a clip of kids applauding. A video montage plays of children playing hand games and doing things with their hands.|
|Dorothy has a blue hand decoration in her fish bowl. She wants to know how to wash your hands.|
|Mr. Noodle's brother Mr. Noodle puts his foot, face and elbows in the sink before washing his hands.|
|Kids wash their hands with bar soap and liquid soap. Elmo asks a baby with a bowl of water.|
|Elmo asks the viewer to help him count the number of times a CG bongo player hits his drums.|
|Telly and Baby Bear play pattycake.|
|Elmo asks yes/no questions whether things have hands. Rosita appears to use her hands to play a guitar.|
| Elmo's friend David, his mommy and friend Lauren go to the zoo, where he teaches Lauren the American Sign Language signs for the animals they see.|
Note: Elmo narrates this film, due to the fact that David is deaf.
|The Hands Channel has Mandy sing about all the things hands can do.|
|Elmo talks to a hand (Roscoe Orman). The hand lets Elmo count its fingers, scratches Elmo's back, acts as a shadow puppet and snaps.|
|Dorothy imagines Elmo doing a handstand, playing handball, and multiple Elmos conducting and playing in an orchestra.|
- A live-hand Elmo puppet was used, and the hand Elmo consults at the end of the segment was Roscoe Orman's, and featured his voice.
- The Elmo conducting the orchestra was loosely based on famed conductor Arthur Fiedler.