April 30, 2003
Feet is the 41st episode of Elmo's World.
What is Elmo Thinking about Today?
As a hint for what Elmo's thinking about today, he sticks his feet up in the air and gets them tickled by a yellow feather.
Mr. NoodleDorothy wants to know how you hop on one foot. Elmo attempts to wave hello to Mr. Noodle with his feet but it was difficult to wave with his feet. When Elmo fell down, Mr. Noodle helps Elmo straight up. Hearing Dorothy's question from Elmo, Mr. Noodle tap dances and jumps on both of his feet before he finally figures out how to hop on one foot.
Dorothy Wants to Ask Someone Else
Kids hop on one foot in the park and play hop scotch.
Elmo Has a Question for You
Elmo counts 14 feet hopping on a tightrope. An elephant's foot hops on the tightrope causing the other feet to fall off, making 15 feet total.
Since Drawer has legs rather than feet, Elmo wants to know what does have feet and what doesn't. Caterpillars don't have feet, and dogs and cats have paws. Birds have feet like Big Bird. Elmo mentions that Dorothy doesn't have feet, but she has fins.
Baby Bear tries to show off Curly Bear's feet.
Elmo's friend Angelica plays soccer.
The Feet Channel presents a "feet-ure" presentation, "The Girl Who Loved Her Feet". Stay tuned for "Toe-klahoma and "Feet the Press" with unseen footage.
Elmo talks to Big Foot about feet. Big Foot tells Elmo about his five toes, and Elmo and Big Foot count them together, Big Foot wiggling each toe as Elmo touches and counts it. Big Foot then laughs when Elmo ends by scratching his sole, saying "That's my arch... and it TICKLES!" Big Foot also shows his heel, and tells Elmo he likes to walk, kick up his heels, and dance, particularly "River Dancing."
Tickle Me Land
Dorothy imagines Elmo as the Lord of the Feet.
The Feet Song
Big Foot "lends a foot" by helping Elmo play the piano (with his feet) by letting Elmo use him for a piano bench, and they both sing the "Feet Song." Elmo ends the episode by waving with his feet, Big Foot waving himself as well.