Sesame Street: Grover And Alphabet Soup | Waiter Grover


MR. JOHNSON: Oh, waiter?

GROVER: Yes, sir.
Hello there.
I am Grover.
I am your waiter, and I’m
here to serve you.
What can I get, hmm?
MR. JOHNSON: Yes, I’d like a
bowl of hot alphabet soup.
GROVER: A bowl of hot–
MR. JOHNSON: Yeah, make
sure it’s hot.
GROVER: Make sure it’s hot.
MR. JOHNSON: Right.
GROVER: OK, sir, coming
right up.
Hey, Charlie, table 26 wants
a hot alphabet soup.
MR. JOHNSON: [SINGING]
A, B, C, D, E, F,
G, H, I, J, K,
L, M, N, O, P. [HUMMING]
GROVER: Oh, wow, how
hot this is.
You are going to love this.
Oh, look at that
delicious soup.
There you are, sir.
MR. JOHNSON: OK.
I’ll just check it out.
GROVER: Check what out?
MR. JOHNSON: The alphabet.
GROVER: Oh.
Bon appetit.
MR. JOHNSON: Let’s see, A,
B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I–
waiter!

GROVER: Yes, sir.
MR. JOHNSON: There’s a J
missing in this soup.
I don’t want it without a J.
GROVER: A J missing
in the soup?
MR. JOHNSON: Yes.
GROVER: Oh.
OK, I’ll get you that J.
Charlie, I think there’s a J
missing in the soup.
MR. JOHNSON: [SINGING]
A, B, C, D–
GROVER: OK there.
MR. JOHNSON: [SINGING]
–E, F, G.
GROVER: I get that
J for the man.
MR. JOHNSON: [SINGING]
H, I, J, K.
GROVER: OK, OK, here’s
that J, sir.
Sir, here’s your J.
MR. JOHNSON: Well, put
it in the soup.
GROVER: In the soup, gotcha.
OK, there it goes.
OK?
MR. JOHNSON: OK.
GROVER: OK, have fun.
MR. JOHNSON: Now, A, B, C, D, E,
F, G, H, I J, K, L, M, N–

waiter?

GROVER: Yes, sir.
MR. JOHNSON: Now the
O is missing.
I don’t want this soup
without an O.
GROVER: It’s a bad day for
you, isn’t it, sir?
OK, I’ll get you the O.
I’ll be right back.
Oh, dear.
First the J and then the O.
Charlie, i got a weirdo.
He wants to know–
MR. JOHNSON: [SINGING]
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I,
J, K, L, M, N, O, P.
GROVER: This is silly.
Sir, sir, I have an
O here for you.
MR. JOHNSON: Well, drop it in.
GROVER: Yes, sir, drop it in.
There’s the O. OK?
MR. JOHNSON: I’ll
check it out.
GROVER: Check it out.
Sure, why not?
MR. JOHNSON: A, B, C, D, E, F,
G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P,
Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y–
GROVER: Don’t tell me.
Don’t tell me.
MR. JOHNSON: No good.
GROVER: I bet something
is missing.
MR. JOHNSON: The Y is missing.
GROVER: The Y is missing?
MR. JOHNSON: Nope, I’m wrong.
I have a Y there.
GROVER: I see the Y there.
MR. JOHNSON: Yeah, it’s the Z.
GROVER: See, you can’t
always be right.
MR. JOHNSON: Well, anyway,
the Z is missing.
GROVER: OK, I’ll get the Z.
All right, all right,
don’t rub it in.
MR. JOHNSON: I’m not going to
eat this soup without a Z.
GROVER: It’s a good
restaurant.
Don’t rub it in.
I’ll get the Z.
MR. JOHNSON: All right.
GROVER: First the Y makes a
mistake, and then he wants the
Z.
MR. JOHNSON: [SINGING]
A, B, C, D, E, F, G.
[? GROVER: [GROANING], ?]
OK, sir, I think I’m going to
make you very happy now.
I have the Z right here, sir.
MR. JOHNSON: Well,
it’s about time.
GROVER: There he goes,
ker-plunk.
MR. JOHNSON: OK,
now let’s see.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K,
L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T,
U, V, W, X–
GROVER: Y. There’s Y.
MR. JOHNSON: –Y, and Z.
GROVER: And Z, there.
Now I bet you are
all happy, hmm?
MR. JOHNSON: Nope.
GROVER: What–
MR. JOHNSON: The soup’s cold.
Take it back and get
me another bowl.
[GROANING]

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