The Wiggles

Season 6 Episode v30

You Make Me Feel Like Dancing (VIDEO-2008)

Aired Daily 9:00 AM Jul 29, 2008 on NBC

Episode Recap

The Wiggles introduce themselves. Ready to sing? Dance? Dress up? Here are some songs from different times and different places.
Song #1: You Make Me Feel Like Dancing - featuring Leo Sayer
Leo and Sam take turns singing, then they switch to Greek halfway through on the main verse.

Song #2: Dr. Knickerbocker
Knickerbocker Knickerbocker Number Nine. Sam is dressed up as the doctor.

Anthony introduces the next song.
Song #3: A Sailor Went To Sea / Hornpipe
Megan, Emily, and Clare dance an Irish jig for the second half of the song

Murray introduces Troy Cassar-Daley, a guitarist and singer.
Song #4: Old Dan Tucker - featuring Troy Cassar-Daley
Troy and Captain Feathersword sing alternate verses while Anthony is dressed as Old Dan Tucker.

The Wiggly Dancers do one of those ballet poses where they lift one of their legs.

Song #5: One Finger, One Thumb
The Wiggles take turns singing these verses where they add another body part or action each time around. Then Captain Feathersword sings, then Captain and Sam sing the longest verse.

Captain Feathersword is dressed as a talk show host (think Ed Sullivan) on a black and white TV. He introduces the Wiggles!
Song #6: The Shimmie Shake!
The Wiggles are dressed up like the Beatles complete with go-go dancers.

Sam greets Dorothy the Dinosaur and compliments her on her tutu. Sam asks what she is wearing on her back, and Dorothy replies there are fairy wings as she is ready to perform a fairy dance. Sam goes off to get his wings too.
Song #7: The Fairy Dance
Dorothy narrates this counting song.

More Wiggly Dancer antics.

Song #8: Day-O (The Banana Boat Song)
Everyone's dressed up on sailor uniforms. Wags plays the tally man. Sam sings this song, and toddler Antonio plays the skipper. He even sings (with someone else's lips).

Murray is dressed in a suit. He is getting ready to go to the ball. It's Achilea the Mouse's ball. Come on and dance.
Song #9: Swedish Rhapsody (Instrumental)
Lots of dancing on the ballroom as Jeff and Murray play accordion and guitar up in the balcony.

Anthony and Fernando introduce the next song. Anthony plays a guitar riff, and Fernando recognizes the song as La Bamba.
Song #10: La Bamba - featuring Fernando Sr. and Fernando Jr.
Mario and Caterina dance, while the Moguels and the Wiggles are up on balconies. This is done entirely in Spanish. Later on Mario and Caterina tie a ribbon with just their feet.

Song #11: I Drive The Big Red Car

Dorothy teaches a disco dance move called the Bus Stop.
Song #12: (Are You Ready?) Do The Bus Stop
Little Antonio is the bus driver.

Song #13: Follow The Leader
Sam, Dorothy, and Captain sing this.

Anthony tells everyone to get a partner and let's do the waltz together.
Song #14: Tales Of Vienna Woods (Instrumental)
The second part of the song has dancing in a big ballroom with computer duplicated images of the dancers.

Song #15: To Have A Tea Party
The Wiggles and Dorothy sing this one.

Jeff introduces Duke Ellington's The Mooche
Song #16: The Mooche (Instrumental)
The Wiggles are dressed in cool zoot suits, and they sport cat noses, while the dancers are dressed up in fuller cat costumes.

Song #17: First In Line
Let's get together in a conga line!

Anthony introduces the next song where Sam is on a swing and Anthony needs some help pushing him. At the count of three, he calls out for Wags. He tries again. Wags arrives and Anthony gives him the instructions.
Song #18: Swinging On A Swing

Murray introduces George who has a bouzouki.
Song #19: Country Garden (Instrumental)
They take turns strumming their guitar and bouzouki. Then Kristy and Caterina do some ballet. Some of the guys dance as bees and the girls dance in country dresses.

Song #20: We're All Friends
This take on an old Wiggles song uses just the Wiggles and the Mascots for names.

The Wiggles thank everyone for watching and see ya next time, but Jeff's asleep. Wake up Jeff! Jeff wakes up and says bye-bye. Everyone else says bye-bye.

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