(Ernie humming) – Hey Bert, I got my bar of soap here. (laughs) (humming) – Hi, Ernie. That’s interesting,
he’s got a bar of soap. I guess that means he’s
gonna wash something. (water running) – Hi Bert, got my fluffy towel here. (humming) – Hm, this time he has a towel. With that soap and a towel like that maybe he’s planning to wash his face. Yeah, must be. – Well, Bert, got my little– (squeaking) (laughs) (humming) – Rubber Ducky. Oh, well, now I know for sure. Yeah, if he has some
soap and a fluffy towel and his rubber ducky, that means he’s planning to take a
bath in his tubby, yeah. – Bert, got my flashlight here. – Flashlight. Flashlight? – Well, Bert, got my umbrella here. (humming) – Umbrella? Hey, Ernie, uh. Hey, Ernie, listen. – Well, Bert, I got
your bowling ball here. – Wait a minute! Wait a minute! Ernie, come back here. – What’s that, Bert?
– Come here. Yeah, listen, uh– – What?
– That bowling ball. – This bowling ball here? – What do you think you’re doing? Put it down. (thud) – Well, I was, um. What does it look like I’m doing, Bert? – Well, first of all you carried through some soap and a towel
and your rubber ducky, so I thought you were gonna take a bath. – Oh, that’s exactly
what I’m gonna do, Bert. – Okay, okay, but why do
you need a flashlight, an umbrella, and my bowling
ball to take a bath, huh? – Well, let’s see. I took the flashlight in
case a fuse blows out. And I don’t want Rubber Ducky to be afraid of the dark, you see? (Bert groans) Well, let’s see, I took the umbrella in case it starts to rain in the bathroom. And I don’t want Rubber Ducky to get wet. – Course not, no.
– Not from above you see. He likes to get wet from
sitting in the water, you see. – Right. And the bowling ball I
brought along just in case, oh, I don’t know, you never know if somebody’s gonna wander by and ask to borrow a bowling ball. – A bowling ball, sure, why not, sure. – Well, it could happen, Bert. – Ernie, Ernie. – Hm? – That is the silliest
idea you have ever had. Now just, you can’t use
my bowling ball for that. You can’t, no. Just leave it here. – If that’s the way you feel, Bert. – That’s it. – I’ll just have to take a bath without your bowling ball, I guess. – Good. – Least I’ll try. Okay, Bert, okay. – That is the silliest
thing I have ever heard, taking a bath with all those things! (splashing) Oh boy, this I’ve gotta see. (squeaking) ♪ Oh, Rubber Ducky, you’re the one ♪ (humming) – Hi, Bert. – Ernie, do you know how silly you look sitting in that bathtub, huh? – Oh yeah? Oh well, better safe than
sorry, right, Rubber Ducky? (squeaking) (crash) Ooh, look at that. – What happened? – Oh, well, we blew a fuse
and all the lights went out. But don’t worry, Rubber Ducky, I’ve got my flashlight right here. (thunder) Oh, look at that. – What’s that? – It’s starting to rain. – In the bathroom. – Yeah, but don’t worry, Rubber Ducky, we got our umbrella to keep the rain from getting on us, huh? – Oh, I don’t believe this. (knocking) – Come in! – Say, fellas, I got a tournament tonight, and I was wondering if
I could borrow your– – Hey, uh, Bert? – Yeah, yeah, I’ll get
my bowling ball, Ernie. (quirky music)