The Backyardigans: High Tea – Ep.20

The Backyardigans: High Tea – Ep.20


>>Hi, I’m Pablo.>>My name’s Tyrone.>>I’m Uniqua.>>I’m Tasha.>>And my name’s Austin.>>ALL: And we’re: ♪ Your backyard friends, The Backyardigans ♪ ♪ Together in the backyard again ♪>>PABLO: ♪ In the place where we belong ♪ >>UNIQUA: ♪ Where we’ll probably sing a song ♪ >>TASHA: ♪ And we’ll maybe dance along ♪>>ALL: ♪ We’ve got the whole wide world ♪ ♪ In our yard to explore ♪ ♪ We always find things we’ve never seen before ♪ ♪ That’s why everyday we’re back for more ♪ ♪ With your friends The Backyardigans ♪ High Tea. (Pablo makes engine sounds)>>Whoa!>>Hey, it’s me, Pablo.>>And me, Tyrone.>>I’m a race car driver and I’m gonna drive in the world’s fastest race. Hey, Tyrone, ready to race?>>Well, actually, no.>>Huh?>>You see, I’m a mountain climber. And I’m gonna climb the world’s tallest peak.>>Oh. Are you sure?>>Yep.>>Race car driving is really exciting.>>Well, mountain climbing is exciting.>>Yeah, but race car driving is exciting and fast.>>Mountain climbing is exciting and…and thrilling.>>Hey, you guys.>>TYRONE and PABLO: Uniqua!>>Wanna try race cars?>>Wanna go mountain climbing?>>Knock-knock.>>Huh?>>Knock-knock.>>What?>>Say, “Who’s there?”>>Okay. Who’s there?>>Tank.>>TYRONE and PABLO: Tank who?>>You’re welcome. Ta-dah! It’s a joke. A knock-knock joke.>>Oh, I get it.>>Tank who, you’re welcome. Very funny. Okay, Uniqua, but don’t you want to drive race cars?>>No, you wanna go mountain climbing, don’t you?>>Actually, I don’t wanna race cars or climb mountains because I’m a stand-up comic. I wanna make people laugh.>>But race car driving is exciting and fast.>>And mountain climbing is exciting and thrilling.>>Well, being a stand-up comic is exciting and funny.>>Race car driving definitely.>>Mountain climbing all the way.>>It’s all about being funny.>>Race car driving.>>Mountain climbing’s better.>>Definitely stand-up comic. (Tasha humming)>>I know what. Let’s let Tasha decide.>>Okay. Whatever she wants to do…>>We all do.>>Deal?>>ALL: Deal.>>UNIQUA: Hi, Tasha.>>Hey, Tasha.>>Hey, Tasha!>>Good afternoon. How lovely to see you.>>Hey, Tasha, don’t you want to do something exciting and fast?>>Or maybe something exciting and thrilling?>>Or something exciting and funny?>>Your choice.>>Whatever you want.>>No pressure.>>Well, dear friends, since it’s my choice, I think that we…>>Yeah?>>Should have a tea party.>>ALL: A tea party?>>Yes, a tea party where we sip tea, and lift our pinkies, and say, “Pip pip cheerio.”>>”Pip pip cheerio?”>>Oh, man.>>That doesn’t sound very exciting.>>On the contrary, it can be extremely exciting to make the perfect cup of tea. ♪ You and me, we’ll have the perfect cup of tea ♪ ♪ It will be so divine and the sipping will be fine ♪ ♪ We’ll stick our pinkies out ♪ ♪ That’s what tea time’s all about ♪ ♪ So come and join me Pip pip cheerio ♪ >>♪ It sounds rather boring I’d rather go soaring ♪>>♪ Or racing a speed boat out on the open sea ♪ >>♪ That sounds more like my cup of tea ♪>>♪ Come on, guys, bet you’ll like it if you try ♪ ♪ We’ll have a tea time quest ’til we find the very best ♪ ♪ Search out the finest tea anywhere on land or sea ♪ ♪ So lift your pinkie, pip pip cheerio ♪>>All right. Let’s just get it over with.>>Bring on the tea party.>>We’re ready.>>Oh, goody. But there’s just one teensy little thing.>>Yeah?>>To have a perfect tea party, you must have the perfect cup of tea.>>Yeah?>>And to have the perfect cup of tea, you must find the perfect tea leaves.>>Yeah?>>And there’s only one place where perfect tea leaves grow. The jungles of Borneo.>>ALL: The jungles of Borneo?>>TASHA: Where there are lots and lots of trees.>>PABLO: And vines.>>TYRON: And hopefully tea leaves.>>♪ You and me we’ll have the perfect cup of tea ♪ ♪ So lift your pinkie, pip pip cheerio ♪ Here we are. The jungles of Borneo.>>Okay, let’s get some tea leaves.>>Have the tea party.>>And then do something exciting.>>TYRONE and PABLO: Yeah!>>There’s just one teensy little thing.>>Yeah?>>There’s only one kind of tea leaf that will make a perfect cup of tea.>>Yeah?>>And it only grows on one tree.>>Yeah?>>In this whole jungle.>>Find one tree in this whole jungle?>>But this place is full of trees.>>We’re doomed.>>Oh come, come. The only thing we have to do is find the tree with golden tea leaves.>>But how?>>Climb up and look around.>>Wow, this is one tall tree.>>It certainly is.>>TASHA: Do you see the golden tree?>>UNIQUA: Not from here. So how are we gonna find it?>>By zip of course.>>UNIQUA: Zip?>>PABLO: Awesome!>>TYRONE: Come on, you guys.>>ALL: Whee!>>♪ Let’s go zipping, guys ♪ ♪ Let’s go through the trees of Borneo ♪>>ALL: ♪ Whee whee ♪>>♪ Zip, zip, zip from tree to tree ♪>>ALL: ♪ Whee whee ♪>>♪ To see if we can find that tea ♪ >>♪ How ’bout these, how ’bout these? ♪ ♪ Think these might be the golden leaves? ♪>>♪ Golden leaves don’t look like this ♪ ♪ These are kind of silverish ♪ >>UNIQUA: ♪ Well, let’s keep looking ♪ ♪ And let’s go through the trees of Borneo ♪ >>ALL: ♪ Whee whee ♪>>♪ Zip, zip, zip from tree to tree ♪ >>ALL: ♪ Whee whee ♪>>♪ To see if we can find that tea ♪>>♪ Are these golden? ♪>>♪ No, my good fellow ♪ ♪ I would call them just plain yellow ♪ ♪ They don’t have a golden shine ♪>>UNIQUA: ♪ Oh, well, onward! Grab a vine ♪ >>♪ Let’s keep zipping, guys ♪ ♪ Let’s go through the trees of Borneo ♪>>ALL: ♪ Whee whee ♪>>♪ Zip, zip, zip from tree to tree ♪>>ALL: ♪ Whee whee ♪>>♪ To see if we can find that tea ♪ >>♪ There’s some more leaves what do you think? ♪ ♪ They’d be perfect for a drink ♪>>♪ I don’t see a golden sheen ♪ ♪ They’re just plain old brownish green ♪>>UNIQUA: ♪ We’re zipping fast, we’re searching slow ♪ >>PABLO: ♪ Through the leaves of Borneo ♪>>Hey, over there!>>Oh, I say. I think that might be it. Whee! The golden tea leaves of Borneo! Perfect!>>ALL: Whee!>>PABLO: You know, all that zipping around in the treetops is pretty exciting.>>Yeah, it was really exciting.>>And thrilling.>>Excellent. We have the golden tea leaves of Borneo. They’ll make a perfect cup of tea.>>So we can have the tea party now, right?>>We’re ready.>>Pip pip cheerio.>>Well, there’s just another teensy little thing.>>Yeah?>>To have the perfect cup of tea, you must brew it in the perfect teapot.>>Yeah?>>And drink it from the perfect teacups.>>Yeah?>>Which we just need to borrow.>>Borrow?>>From who?>>From the Emperor of the Ming Empire. We’ll just pop over to his palace and ask him.>>Aw, man.>>Come along, everyone. It’s not far at all.>>Making a perfect cup of tea certainly is complicated.>>You can say that again.>>Making a perfect cup of tea certainly is complicated.>>Quickly now. Don’t dawdle. ♪ I do hope the Emperor is at home. (Doorbell rings) Oh dear. No answer. I shall ring again. (Doorbell rings)>>Maybe nobody’s home.>>Nonsense. Hello, Your Majesty. Hello? Hello?>>AUSTIN: Who dares to ring my doorbell?>>ALL: Whoa!>>It’s me, Tasha.>>And me, Tyrone.>>And Uniqua.>>And Pablo.>>May we come in?>>AUSTIN: Oh, well, all right.>>ALL: Whoa.>>TASHA: Come along. Don’t dawdle.>>You know, that Emperor didn’t sound very happy that we rang his doorbell.>>Yes, well, there’s just one little thing about the Emperor.>>ALL: Yeah?>>He tends to be just an eensy bit grumpy.>>ALL: Uh oh.>>Ah, there he is. The Emperor of the Ming Empire.>>You know, this Emperor doesn’t look too happy to see us. That must be the tea set.>>Come along. Don’t dawdle. Good afternoon, Your Highness. We’ve come to borrow your tea set.>>You want to borrow my tea set?>>Yes, please.>>Hm. Well… No!>>PABLO: Aw, man.>>TYRONE: Aw.>>UNIQUA: Bummer.>>But Your Majesty, we’re planning a tea party and we need your tea set to make the perfect cup of tea.>>Oh. Hm. Well… No!>>Oh dear. Why are you so grumpy?>>Because being the Emperor is really hard. I have to sit on this throne all day long. It feels like I’ve been sitting here for a zillion years. And that makes me grumpy. ♪ A zillion years upon this throne ♪ ♪ Has tightened up my funny bone ♪ ♪ You can joke as far as the eye can see ♪ ♪ But not one chuckle will you hear from me ♪ ♪ I’m grumpy ♪>>ALL: ♪ You’re grumpy ♪ ♪ You’re frowny and you’re frumpy ♪ >>♪ I’m grumpy ♪ >>ALL: ♪ You’re grumpy ♪>>♪ And this throne is hard and bumpy ♪>>Maybe if we can make him laugh…>>He won’t be so grumpy.>>And he’ll lend us his tea set.>>Let’s try it.>>AUSTIN: You can try, but you won’t get a laugh out of me. ♪ You can jokey and hokey pokey ♪ ♪ But you won’t get a laugh okey dokey ♪ >>TYRONE: ♪ How ’bout this? Is it funny to you? ♪>>♪ I’ve seen it before try something new ♪>>TASHA: ♪ Have you ever seen such a funny dance? ♪>>♪ That’s not funny not a chance ♪>>♪ Have a look at this funny face ♪ >>♪ If that’s funny I’m a Ming vase ♪>>What a grumpy guy.>>He just won’t laugh.>>Oh for goodness sakes.>>Hey, wait a minute. I know what could work. Knock-knock.>>What?>>Knock-knock. Now you say, “Who’s there?”>>Hm, well…who’s there?>>Banana.>>Banana who?>>Knock-knock.>>Who’s there?>>Banana.>>Banana who?>>Knock-knock.>>Who’s there?>>Orange.>>Orange who?>>Orange you glad that I didn’t say banana? ♪>>AUSTIN: Brilliant! “Orange who?”>>TASHA: May I?>>AUSTIN: Sure. Of course, take it. Take the tea set. I can’t take it anymore.>>TASHA: Thank you, Your Majesty. Excellent work, old chaps.>>All right. Now we have the tea set of the Emperor of the Ming Empire.>>And the golden tea leaves of Borneo.>>Everything we need for a perfect cup of tea, right?>>Well, there’s just one more teensy weensy thing.>>ALL: Yeah?>>Water. You can’t make tea without hot water.>>Well, that can’t be hard to find.>>You’re right. It will be easy peasy. We just have to dash over to the Gushing Geyser of the Gobi Desert.>>The gushing what?>>Of the where?>>The Gushing Geyser of the Gobi Desert.>>What’s that?>>It’s where we’ll get the perfect hot water for the perfect cup of tea for the perfect tea party. You’ll see. ♪ Tea, tea, tea ♪ ♪ We’ll have the perfect cup of tea ♪ ♪ Now won’t you join me pip pip cheerio ♪>>Aw, man.>>When are we gonna do something exciting?>>And fast.>>Well, when you think about it, meeting the Emperor of the Ming Empire was pretty exciting.>>Yeah, you’re right. It was exciting and funny.>>Totally funny.>>TASHA: Come along. Don’t dawdle.>>Okay.>>Be right there.>>TYRONE: So, how far is this Gushing Geyser?>>Not far. Look. There’s the geyser.>>I don’t see anything.>>TASHA: Look where I’m pointing.>>That little hill? That’s the Gushing Geyser of the Gobi Desert?>>Well, it’s not gushing right now, of course.>>Obviously.>>The great Gushing Geyser only gushes once a day. First it rumbles three times.>>TYRONE: Whoa.>>PABLO: Whoa.>>UNIQUA: What is that?>>That was the first rumble. Two more to go.>>PABLO: So we have to get all the way over there before the third rumble?>>Exactly. Or wait until tomorrow.>>Wait until tomorrow? Oh, boy, oh, boy. The geyser only gushes once a day.>>TYRONE: Pablo.>>PABLO: Everybody stay calm, be cool. This was just the first rumble.>>UNIQUA: Pablo.>>That was the first rumble. Only two more rumbles. How are we gonna get there in only two rumbles?>>TASHA: Pablo!>>Yeah?>>There’s only one way to get to the geyser before the third rumble. Mongolian ponies.>>ALL: Wow, Mongolia ponies!>>That certainly is convenient.>>TASHA: Mongolian ponies are the fastest running ponies in the world. Now, come along. Don’t dawdle.>>TYRONE: Whoa.>>PABLO: Easy.>>TASHA: Steady.>>The second rumble.>>We’ve gotta go!>>We can make it. Gallop, ponies, gallop! ♪ Gallop, ponies, gallop across the desert plain ♪>>♪ Gallop, ponies, gallop, faster than a train ♪>>♪ Gallop, ponies, gallop, there’s no time to delay ♪>>♪ Whinny if you want to, shimmy if you need to ♪ ♪ But gallop, ponies, gallop, gallop your hearts away ♪>>ALL: ♪ Gallop, gallop, yee-haw, gallop ♪ ♪ Gallop, gallop, come on, gallop ♪ >>PABLO: Look! Faster!>>♪ Gallop, ponies, gallop, time to get rushin’ ♪>>♪ Gallop, ponies, gallop ♪ ♪ Before the geyser starts gushin’ ♪>>♪ Gallop, ponies, gallop, faster than you knew you could ♪>>♪ Whinny if you want to, shimmy if you need to ♪ ♪ But gallop, ponies, gallop while the galloping’s good ♪ >>ALL: ♪ Gallop, gallop, yee-haw, gallop ♪ ♪ Gallop, gallop, ya-hoo, gallop ♪>>UNIQUA: You know, this galloping is pretty exciting.>>TYRONE: It’s really exciting.>>PABLO: It’s exciting and fast. ♪>>And now to brew the perfect cup of tea. The perfect teapot, the perfect tea leaves.>>TYRONE: You know, I still don’t see anything gushing.>>TASHA: Just you wait. Any moment now.>>ALL: Whoa!>>UNIQUA: Whoa, look at that!>>PABLO: It’s gushing!>>TASHA: And it’s filling up the teapot with hot water. Ah, perfect. ♪ Mm, heavenly. Teatime, everyone.>>TYRONE: Cool.>>UNIQUA: All right.>>PABLO: Teatime.>>AUSTIN: Ahem. Knock-knock.>>UNIQUA: Who’s there?>>AUSTIN: Justin.>>UNIQUA: Justin who?>>AUSTIN: Just in time for tea, I hope. Plus, I brought the sugar.>>Excellent, Your Highness.>>Thank you.>>Mm.>>Thanks!>>And now, dear friends, the perfect cup of tea. Pip pip.>>ALL: Cheerio!>>AUSTIN: Mmm!>>ALL: Mmm! ♪ Tea, tea, tea this is the perfect cup of tea ♪ ♪ So lift your pinkie pip pip cheerio ♪>>TYRONE: You know, I never knew having a tea party could be so exciting and thrilling.>>And exciting and funny.>>And exciting and fast.>>TASHA: I did. (Tasha’s stomach rumbles) Oh, my.>>PABLO: I say, do you know what would go perfectly with this perfect cup of tea?>>TASHA: Why yes, old chap. A snack!>>PABLO: Wanna come to my house for some peanut butter and jelly?>>UNIQUA: Yeah!>>TYRONE: Mm, peanut butter and jelly.>>AUSTIN: Yummy!>>TASHA: It’s my favourite.>>PABLO: I’m hungry.>>TASHA: Pip pip.>>ALL: Cheerio.>>TYRONE: That was an exciting tea party adventure. Don’t you think?>>UNIQUA: Yeah.>>TASHA: Totally.>>PABLO: Sure was.>>AUSTIN: Very exciting.>>ALL: ♪ We’ve got the whole wide world ♪ ♪ In our yard to explore ♪ ♪ Now it’s time for us to have a snack ♪ ♪ Meet you next time when we’re back ♪ ♪ With your friends, The Backyardigans ♪>>PABLO: See you next time!>>TASHA: Ta-ta.>>UNIQUA: See you later!>>TYRONE: Later, chaps.>>AUSTIN: Next time.>>TASHA: Yummy. Snack time!>>PABLO: Yay! Pip pip cheerio! ♪

100 thoughts on “The Backyardigans: High Tea – Ep.20

  1. This was my late daughter show. When I want to have a good cry and warm heart just to think of her, I look for her cartoons.

  2. you can go to want to zippysack com it's time to play with nick jr when you're kids with wow wow wubbzy

  3. don't fly away watch this duna duna it's miss spiders sunny patch friends will be right back at lazyboy furniture garlleys

  4. Me: what should I watch while I clean the kitchen.
    My little sister: you should watch The Backyardigans.

  5. The only nick show with ghetto ass character names 🤣😂 let me stop, this is my childhood right here

  6. If The Backyardigans were a Kpop group, I would stan them…
    Who would be your bias? Mine would be Tasha.

  7. Backyardigans: (arrive in Scotland)
    Duggee: (pulls out bagpipes)
    Me: (cues The Highland Fling by The Wiggles)

  8. I only came here for the end credits and theme song! My childhood is back! Oh my gosh

  9. i distinctly remember it being tasha and uniqua being the emperors of a temple and they are the ones who are told the joke. unless I'm mixing up a different episode with this one? It's most likely the case

    also, that knock knock joke uniqua said to the emperor was used SO MANY TIMES by me when i was younger!😂😂😂

  10. I love you since I was a kid I didn’t like you anymore but I like you when I’m growing up now

  11. 19:33–19:37 He’s a moose.. on top of a horse— and she’s a hippo ridding a horse 🤔still love the show and it’s logic❣️

  12. I have several Questions:

    1. This title lied to me! I don't see any signs of any Hippies, Drugs or characters getting high.
    2. Euniqua is trying WAY too hard to make jokes.
    3. I miss my plastic tea set. I mostly drank Milk/Water. Yeah that's right. I used to have tea parties. I don't see any of you having the pair to admit it!
    4. Where did those Zip-lines come from!?
    5. Pablo, I know you're like 5 or something, but those are clearly silver.
    6. Why does Austin's theme sound scottish when clearly he's clearly an Oriental Emperor?
    7. Since when did Mongolia have deserts!?

  13. My friends:Why are you always bailing on us when we hang out

    Me:Well I have some other friends and ya know they travel around the world in their backyard.

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