Lulu's Wacky Birthday Party

Season #3 Episode #8
Synopsis: Lulu Lavender thinks that Miss U and Mister Z goes to vacation. So, Mister Q, Mister K, Mister C can sing and dance as a trio.
Original Story by: Alexis
Year:
2004
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Lulu Lavender:
Hey Toys, Guess What, Tomorrow's is my birthday.

(door knocking)

Lulu Lavender:
Oh, No!

Mister Q, Wait, did you heard the news?

Lulu Lavender:
What's That?

Mister Q:
The Houston Gaels Are sick, So, We Have a replacement for them

Lulu Lavender:
(gasps) You Do?

Mister Q:
Let's Do That, Lulu's Mommy is going to bop us.

Mister K:
I Know, Lulu, Who are invites to the party here?

Lulu Lavender:
My family

Mister B:
Baby, Who Else?

Lulu Lavender:
The Other Families, My friends are going be here soon , so here we go.

Mister Q:
Everyone's just family to You and Lulu. So and a one and a two and a three and a....

Trio:
Hooptie doodie doodle

Moses supposes his toeses are Roses,

But Moses supposes Erroneously,

For Moses he knowses his toeses aren't

roses,

As Moses supposes his toeses to be!

Mister Q:
Moses

Mister K:
Moses supposes his toeses are roses

Mister Q:
Moses

Mister K:
Moses supposes erroneously

Mister Q:
Moses

Mister K:
Moses supposes his toeses are roses

Trio:
As Moses supposes his toeses to be!

A Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose is

A rose is for Moses as potent as toeses

Couldn't be a lily or a daphi daphi dilli

It's gotta be a rose cuz it rhymes with mose!

Moses!

Moses!

Moses!

(Tap dancing)

Super Grover:
Boo, boo! Get off the stage!

Lulu Lavender:
Keep it down, Super Grover

Elmo:
Elmo wonders how does they do that?

Super Grover:
They're terrible, aren't they?

Grover's Mom:
Grover!?!

Super Grover:
Excuse Me, I Think, I hear mommy's calling me.

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