The Wiggles

Season 2 Episode 24

Music & Musical Instruments

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Aired Daily 4:30 PM May 07, 2001 on PBS
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Music & Musical Instruments
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It’s a musical episode full of instruments, sounds, and cavemen segments! Dorothy follows around a glowing, musical bug. The Wiggles remark on different instruments and the sounds they make.

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    Jeff Fatt

    Jeff Fatt

    Henry's voice

    Recurring Role

    Reem Hanwell

    Reem Hanwell

    Henry the Octopus

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    Edward Rooke

    Edward Rooke

    Wags the Dog

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      • Murray: Hey, guys. Do you know what I think?
        Greg: What do you think, Murray?
        Murray: I think whoever invented these instruments can make different animal sounds. Listen to this flute. (plays flute)
        Greg: That sounds like a bird. Let's try the trumpet. (plays trumpet)
        Jeff: That sounds like an elephant. I wonder what this drum sounds like? (plays drum)
        Anthony: Jeff, that sounds like a gorilla thumpa, thumpa, thumpa on his chest.
        Murray: Anthony, why don't you try the bagpipes?
        Anthony: Great idea, Murray. (plays his bagpipes and turns to the others) What do you think of that?
        Murray: That sounds like...
        Murray, Greg and Jeff: A goat!
        (Greg laughs.)
        Murray: What is it, Greg? What?
        Greg: What is this reminding you of? (does his high-pitched scream) Can't you guess? Me being chased by a tiger!
        (Anthony, Jeff and Murray laugh)
        Anthony: (hearing music) Hey! Listen in, guys.
        Murray, Greg and Jeff: What can you hear?
        Anthony: I can hear Henry the Octopus' Underwater Big Band! (song begins)

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