Steve: There's one thing I have to say. Our friends sure know how to boogie!
Steve: That was great. We told a story just by dancing.
Kid: A clue, a clue.
Steve: Did you say "a bassoon?"
Steve: You think we could put all these moves together and make a dance?
Steve: What do you call this, that we're doing?
Mailtime Segment: Mailbox talks about how he practiced bouncing with his dance teacher, Jukebox. In the letter, a group of kids performs the "Dance" song. The song includes lyrics such as "When you feel kind of crazy / like a windblown daisy / Do the Daisy."
Steve: Hey, hey, we're the monkeys!
Steve is asked to perform a monkey dance and says the line above. The Monkees was a 1966-68 sitcom about a fictional boy band modeled after The Beatles. The chorus of their theme song starts, "Hey, Hey, We're the Monkees, and we just monkey around."