“Shh! Shh! Shh!”
The Wiggles TV Series 5, Episode 4
February 22, 2007 (USA)
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Shh! Shh! Shh! is the fourth episode of the 22-minute version of TV Series 5.
Wiggles Show Intro.
Greg appears and says, "Hello, Here we go, It's The Wiggles Show!"
Anthony wears a life vest, captain's hat and whistle.
Greg asks how do you play soccer on a boat? Let's find out with Captain Feathersword.
Captain Feathersword skit: Captain tells his pirate crew they will be playing soccer with the Mascots today. Dapper Dave will be the ref. Captain says the most important thing is that everyone has a wonderful time. He then demonstrates a kick but misses and falls down. Then he has everyone take a turn in kicking the ball.
Everyone kicks the ball.
Captain gets the mascots and now it's time for the game!
Dave tosses a coin.
Wags scores a few goals.
Henry blocks a shot with his many arms.
Wags scores another goal.
Everyone has fun.
Song #2 - Go Captain Feathersword, Ahoy!
Song #3 - Move Like an Emu
Wags introduces himself and then dances and so do the other Wiggles.
Jeff introduces the Wiggly concert.
Song #4 - Move Your Arms Like Henry - concert version
Dorothy's Dancing Alphabet – Today's letter is D as in Dinosaur and Dance.
Anthony does a Dinosaur Dance where moves his arm like a dinosaur neck, and roars.
The Wiggles dance some more.
Song #5 - Ponies
Murray and Anthony introduce Wiggly Animation.
Song #6 - Uncle Noah's Ark – Wiggly Animation
Jeff shows us a cockatoo.
Anthony introduces Caribbean song where you can interchange the phrase Brown Girl with whatever phrase you want, like Blue Wiggle.
Song #7 - Brown Girl In The Ring
Song #8 - Rock-a-Bye Your Bear – concert
Captain and Greg say goodbye.
Clare, Anthony, and Brett say goodbye.
- Game of the Year (Playhouse Disney title)
- This episode is named after a popular line from Rock-a-Bye Your Bear.
- During Ponies, extended pre-filmed stock footage of Jeff feeding a miniature horse from Musical Bonanza is used.
- After the Soccer Game Dorothy forgot to say now it's song time.
- A camera tripod can be seen during Dorothy's Dancing Alphabet about the Dinosaur Dance.