Let's Eat!

Release Date

September 2, 2010 (AUS)
February 15, 2011 (US)
October 10, 2011 (UK)


March 2010

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"Let's Eat!" is the thirty-fifth Wiggles video released on September 2, 2010.


  1. Let's Cook
  2. Clap Your Hands with Dorothy
  3. Monday Is Muffin Day!
  4. England Swings
  5. Alabama Jubilee
  6. Have a Laugh! (Funny Face)
  7. I Love Waffles in the Morning
  8. Tuesday Is Taco Day!
  9. Go Far, Big Red Car
  10. On Aunt Nellie's Farm
  11. Cook, Captain, Cook!
  12. Have a Laugh! (Handstand)
  13. Wednesday Is Watermelon Day!
  14. Dreidel, Dreidel, Dreidel
  15. Tom Love-Eatin'
  16. Clean Your Teeth
  17. Yellow Bird
  18. Thursday Is Bratwurst Day!
  19. Have a Laugh! (Wacky Dance)
  20. That's What You Call Digestion
  21. Sound Your Funky Horn
  22. Rag Mop
  23. Dorothy, Pick Roses with Me
  24. Friday Is Fish Fry Day!
  25. Have a Laugh! (Wobbly Walk)
  26. Squid Jiggin' Ground
  27. Sleep Safe, My Baby
  28. Wonderful Wags
  29. Saturday Is a Sultana Day!
  30. Wash Your Hands
  31. Sunday Is Sandwich Day!


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Release Dates

  • Australia: September 2, 2010
  • America: February 15, 2011
  • United Kingdom: October 10, 2011


  • A behind-the-scenes clip of "Go Far, Big Red Car" reveals that Dorothy uses blue screen instead of green screen.
  • The Go Far, Big Red Car intro has the front door dark green, with purple steps, but when animated, it's light green, with purple & white steps.
  • The front cover is supposed to be a parody of The Beatles' “Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band" front cover.
  • In Sound Your Funky Horn, Henry plays the bongo drums which is a reference to Tony Henry.
  • Despite Fairy Larissa appearing on the cover, she doesn't appear in the video.
  • This video looks similar to Yummy Yummy.
  • This is the 1st appearance of the Maton electric glowing guitars with yellow, red, purple and blue lights as seen in England Swings.
  • The Wigglehouse sets are exactly the same as those from TV Series 4 and 5.
  • Some of the songs are from Wiggly Waffle.
  • The American DVD was pressed on November 29, 2010, two months after its Australian release and three months before it released in America.
  • This video was uploaded on WildBrain's YouTube channel starting June 2, 2022.
  • The US DVD doesn't contain the Canadian Warner Home Video warning screen at the end.