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“Oranges and Lemons (episode)”
The Wiggles TV Series 6, Episode 10
May 23rd, 2008
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Oranges and Lemons is the 10th 11-minute Wiggle and Learn episode.
- Swedish Rhapsody (from You Make Me Feel Like Dancing)
- Mary Had A Little Lamb (from Pop Go The Wiggles!)
- Oranges And Lemons (from Pop Go The Wiggles!)
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 #1: Swedish Rhapsody (Instrumental) - lots of ballroom dancing as Jeff and Murray play accordion and guitar up in the balcony.
Captain Feathersword and Sam enter the SS Feathersword's dock. Captain asked Sam what his favourite number is. Sam thinks for a moment and says that he doesn't think he has a favourite number. Captain says his favourite number is 3 because there are three masts on the SS Feathersword. Sam says he'll have to think about it and exits.
Anthony enters, Captain asks the same question. Anthony says 2 because he's got two feet to dance with. Anthony dances off
Dorothy now enters and Captain asks her what her favourite number is. She ways it's 1 as she's holding one rosy bouquet. She leaves as Wags enters, telling Captain his favourite number is 4, because he's got four paws. Murray enters after Wags leaves, and says his number is 5 because he uses five fingers to play is guitar. He plays five cords on his guitar and leaves giving his best Elvis impersonation.
Henry appears and says 8 is his favourite because he's got 8 tentacles. He counts them and leaves. Jeff enters, answers Captain that his favourite number is 7 because there are seven nights a week that he can sleep.
Finally, Sam returns when Jeff exits and Captain asks again what his favourite number is. Sam now says his favourite number is 6, because no one else picked it as theirs!
- Song #2: Mary Had A Little Lamb
Lyn plays Mary as she dances with the Wiggly kids.
- Song #3: Oranges And Lemons
The Wiggles and Friends are dressed with their heads like bells.
St. Clemens - Sam
St. Martin - Jeff
Old Bailey - Paul
Shoreditch - Anthony
Stepney - Caterina
Bow - Captain
Afterwards, Sam is in his pyjamas. He and Dorothy sing the last verse.
- The circle transition from the song Oranges And Lemons to the end credits was accidentally added to the episode La Bamba.