Toys R Us Hokey Pokey Elmo ad, with Geoffrey (I swear his name used to be Jeremy???) the giraffe.
This is a full collection of Sesame Street commercials that I was able to find online. Here's all of the commercials: 1.) NBA - 1,000 Reasons 2.) Fisher-Price - Hokey Pokey Elmo 3.) Fisher-Price - Elmo's Sing & Teach Table 4.) Fisher-Price - E-L-M-O 5.) Fisher-Price - Shout! Elmo 6.) Fisher-Price - Bird Is The Word Elmo 7.) Playskool - Play All Day Elmo 8.) Playskool - Big Hugs Elmo 9.) Playskool - Let's Rock Elmo 10.) Playskool - Love 2 Learn Elmo 11.) Playskool - LOL Elmo 12.) Ad Council - Brushy Brushy (ft. Elmo) 13.) Avocados From Mexico - Sesame Street: A Is For Avocado 14.) IBM - IBM Watson On Sesame Street That's all! Credit to Adland and iSpot for the commercials! © 2003-2017 National Basketball Association/Fisher-Price/Playskool/Hasbro/Ad Council/Avocados From Mexico/IBM/Sesame Workshop, all rights reserved.
See the full review at http://www.timetoplaymag.com/toys/4917/hasbro/lol-elmo/ LOL Elmo is the newest Elmo toy from Hasbro's Playskool brand. Virtually everyone remembers the Tickle Me Elmo from 1996. Well, Elmo still loves to laugh. LOL Elmo has three tickle points: feet and tummy. Tickle Elmo at any of these points to watch him giggle and wiggle. Elmo also tells jokes. Squeeze and hold a foot for about three seconds and the toy will enter joke mode. Elmo will keep telling jokes (Why did the cookie have to go to the doctor? Because he felt crummy!) whenever you tickle his feet or tummy. To return to regular giggling mode, just let the toy sit for about five seconds. Elmo will remind kids to engage in joking play, but if you leave him for another five seconds, he'll go back to the basic mode. LOL Elmo also comes with a stuffed version of his fish pal Dorothy. Squeeze Dorothy's bowl to activate Elmo's laughter.
Animatronis Singing and Dancing YMCA Elmo Sesame Street
Elmo shouts and stuff.
It's what I eat and what I do!
Who ate all your candy? An American epic science fiction family film co-produced and directed by Steven Spielberg and written by Melissa Mathison, featuring special effects by Carlo Rambaldi and Dennis Muren, and starring Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace, Robert MacNaughton, Drew Barrymore and Peter Coyote. The film was released by Universal Pictures in 1982.
Jolly Rancher The Flavor never fades.