[ERNIE MAKING CAR SOUNDS] ERNIE: Hey, Bert! Old buddy Bert. Come here, Bert, quick. Quick, Bert, quick! BERT: What is it? I was feeding my beautiful
pigeons over there. ERNIE: Yes, Bert, but
look what I found. BERT: [GASPS] Oh, Ernie. That is beautiful. ERNIE: Of course, it is. But do you know what is, Bert? BERT: Ernie, of course
I know what it is. ERNIE: Really? BERT: It’s a circle,
a perfect circle. ERNIE: Well– BERT: (SINGING) It’s a circle. It’s round. It’s so perfect and round. ERNIE: True. BERT: (SINGING) This thing that
you found down on the ground. ERNIE: Right. BERT: (SINGING) It’s
a circle, my friend. Just a ring without end. ERNIE: But Bert– BERT: (SINGING) It’s a circle. It’s round. It won’t make a sound. Up and down, in, around,
right side up and upside down. It’s a circle. A circle, a circle,
yeah, and round. ERNIE: Yeah, well, you’re
right about that, Bert. It is a circle. But it’s ever so
much more, Bert. BERT: Ernie, what do
you mean more than that? It’s a circle, Ernie. It’s perfect just as it is. ERNIE: Yes, but use
your imagination, Bert. Now, look at the circle. What else do you see that
reminds you of a circle? BERT: Huh? ERNIE: See what I mean? (SINGING) It’s the
sun in the sky. It’s a big pizza pie. It’s a full harvest moon
or a bright red balloon, a button on a coat,
a porthole on a boat. It’s a wire spoke
wheel on an automobile. It’s a pancake with berries,
a bowl of Bing cherries, a dime or a nickel, a
slice of dill pickle, a bull’s eye, a snowball. a basketball hoop, a
dish with some ice cream. Can I have a scoop? A fried egg, a muffin,
a clock on the wall, a bubble, a marble, a thumbtack,
a ball, a peach pie, a tire, a knob on the door. It’s a circle, I know,
but it’s so much more. BERT: I know that all those
different things remind you of a circle, Ernie,
but I like this circle just like it is–
a perfect circle. ERNIE: Oh, yeah.
(SINGING TOGETHER) It’s the sun in the sky, BERT: It’s a circle. ERNIE: It’s a big pizza pie. BERT: It’s round. It’s so perfect– ERNIE: Or a bright red balloon. A button on a coat,
a porthole on a boat BERT: Down on the ground. ERNIE: It’s a pancake– BERT: It’s a circle– ERNIE: –a bowl of Bing
cherries, a dime or a nickle, a slice of dill
pickle, a bullseye– BERT: It’s a circle. ERNIE: –a basketball hoop– BERT: It’s round. ERNIE: –a dish
with some ice cream. Can I have a scoop? A fried egg, a muffin,
a clock on the wall, a bubble, a marble, a thumbtack,
a ball, a peach pie, a tire, a knob on the door. It’s a circle, I know. But it’s so much more! BOTH: (SINGING) It’s
a circle, I know– oh, yeah– but
it’s so much more. [END SONG] [LAUGHS] ERNIE: You know, Bert,
I think you’re right. This circle is
perfect just as it is. BERT: Yeah, but you know,
Ernie, you’re right too. It’s all those other things too. ERNIE: Well, no, no, Bert,
I think you’re right. BERT: No, you’re right. ERNIE: No, Bert,
really, I insist. You are the right one here. BERT: You are right, Ernie. ERNIE: You know something, Bert? I think you and I
are going in circles. BERT: You’re right about that. ERNIE: No, no, no. You’re right, Bert. BERT: OK, I’m right. MACKLEMORE: (RAPPING)
Wouldn’t you like to rock a fish
on your noodle? Wouldn’t you like to wear
the kit and caboodle? Do you have a skunk
stole with a prune pit? One Grouch’s trash, it’s
another Grouch’s outfit. RAPPER MUPPETS: (RAPPING)
I’m going to pop some trash, only got seven bags
in my trashcan. I’m shopping, looking
for some rubbish–