Murray introduces Troy Cassar-Daley, a guitarist and singer. He will help sing the next song.
Song #1: Old Dan Tucker - featuring Troy Cassar-Daley
Troy and Captain Feathersword sing alternate verses while Anthony is dressed as Old Dan Tucker.
Captain Feathersword is dressed as a talk show host (think Ed Sullivan) on a black and white TV. After announcing who else is coming up on his show, he introduces the Wiggles!
Song #2: The Shimmie Shake!
The Wiggles are dressed up like the Beatles and does a 1960s styIed video, complete with go-go dancers.
Anthony is singing Old McDonald, when Murray arrives. He notices Anthony is dressed up and asks about his outfit:
Murray says Anthony's hat is a policeman's hat. Anthony replies "Oh, no, it's not." Murray answers, "Oh, yes, it is." After a few exchanges, Anthony tells Murray to ask the audience. Murray asks the camera and gets the message that it's a farmer's hat.
Anthony points to his overalls. Murray says those are the farmer's overalls. He got that one right.
Anthony points to his long sleeved plaid shirt. Murray says that's a doctor's coat. "Oh, no, it's not." "Oh, yes, it is." The arguing goes again. Anthony tells Murray to ask the audience again. Murray asks the camera and learns it's indeed a farmer's shirt.
Anthony points to his boots. Murray knows this one; he says they are ballet slippers. "Oh, no, it's not." "Oh, yes, it is." After a few rounds of that, Murray asks the audience and learns they are farmer's gumboots.
Now it's time to guess what Anthony is. Murray still doesn't know, and asks for a hint. Anthony sings a line of Old McDonald, and Murray knows now: Anthony is a farmer!
Murray asks Anthony where he is going. Anthony replies he's going to plant some corn, and they go.
Sam meets Dorothy and compliments her on her ballet tutu. He asks Dorothy what is on her back, and Dorothy replies those are fairy wings. Dorothy is going to do a fairy dance. Sam thinks that's a great idea and goes off to get his fairy wings for the next song
Song #3: The Fairy Dance
Sam and Dorothy narrate this counting song.
Anthony comes out to stage with a mandolin. He strums a verse of a song, and the audience applauds afterwards. Then he goes to play it again but gets stuck on what comes next. Jeff arrives with his accordion and finishes the motif. The audience applauds and they both take a bow.
Song #4: Pop Goes the Weasel (Sam)
Dorothy asks if you like party games. The Wiggles are going to play Put the Feathersword on Captain Feathersword. She explains how it works, and that you have to be blindfolded. It's a lot of fun; let's see the Wiggles do it.
Murray sings an intro verse about the different Wiggles being there and what happens next is up to you.
The Wiggles are Captain Feathersword's boat. They have a picture of Captain Feathersword on an easel, but he doesn't have his feathersword. That's because they have a paper feathersword and they will be playing a game.
Wags and Captain Feathersword arrive. They hail the Wiggles with an "Ahoy There" and the Wiggles ahoy back. Captain notices the picture of him; it's a nice likeness, but uh…something's missing; his feathersword. The Wiggles explain it's a new game: Put the feathersword on Captain Feathersword. Captain Feathersword thinks that's ingenious and answers, "Well, blow me down!" Everyone blows him down to the ground. Captain gets up and remarks he needs to stop saying that. Murray asks what. Captain answers, "Blow me down." Everyone blows Captain to the ground again. Captain gets up again. Murray tells Captain he needs to stop saying that. Captain asks what, and Murray says "Blow me down." Everyone blows Murray to the ground.
Anthony and the Wiggles explain the game. It's very much the same as pinning the tail on the donkey, but using a feathersword on Captain Feathersword. They give the feathersword to Murray. Captain Feathersword will play first. Murray comments that part of the game is not knowing where the target is. How can they do that. Murray steps out and sings a verse of his song "what happens next is up to you."
So what can we do so Captain Feathersword can't see the pictures? Ah, they can use a blindfold. The Wiggles get him a blindfold. Murray puts it on Captain Feathersword, who comments he could only see with one eye, and now he can't see anything. Murray says no peeking. Now they have to turn Captain around three times. One, two, three. They tell Captain to walk straight ahead after they point Captain in the right direction. Captain walks forward and places the feathersword on Captain's…belly. They have him take off the blindfold, Captain laughs and remarks he wasn't even close.
Who's next? Murray will try, and Captain puts the blindfold on Murray. Anthony gives him the feathersword and they spin him. One, Two, Three! Murray walks forward and puts the feathersword on Captain's…shoe! Murray removes the blindfold and has a good laugh at the result.
Wags volunteers to go next. He says the blindfold won't fit so he will have to cover his eyes with his arms. They give Wags a feathersword, and turn him around. One, Two, Three! As Wags walks toward the picture, he looks to the audience and peeks. He then puts the feathersword on Captain's…hand! Wow, well done, Wags! Captain asks Wags if he peeked. Wags answers, "well, maybe a little bit." Everyone goes, "Oh, Wags!"
Captain Feathersword thanks the Wiggles for all the fun. Murray says he'll be back, and goes to sing one more verse of that "what happens next" song. He returns and it's time for the next song about another party game called I Spy.
Song #5 - I Spy with My Eye
The dancers turn and do a backwards leg lift.
Wiggle and Learn wraps up as the closing credits play to the tune of Goodbye from the Wiggles.