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  • MURRAY: It's time for--

  • OVEJITA: La gente en tu barrio!

  • MURRAY: Yes-- the people in your neighborhood!

  • OVEJITA: Uh-huh!

  • MUSIC PLAYING]

  • MURRAY [SINGING]: Who are the peeps

  • that you meet when you're walking down the street?

  • Oh, who are the people in your neighborhood?

  • Gotta say right away, without delay,

  • there are people that you meet each day.

  • MURRAY: Hi!

  • I'm Murray!

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Hi, Murray.

  • MURRAY: And this is Ovejita.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Oh, Ovejita!

  • MURRAY: Well, what's your name?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Terry Milligan.

  • MURRAY: Terry, are you one of the people in my neighborhood?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: I am indeed.

  • I'm a paleontologist.

  • MURRAY: Ooh, what's a paleontologist?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Paleontologists are

  • people who like to study the things that

  • lived in the past, I mean way, way in the past.

  • MURRAY: You mean like last Tuesday?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: No, millions of years ago.

  • MURRAY: How in the world can you find out what

  • happened millions of years ago?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: We do that by going

  • around looking for fossils.

  • MURRAY: Fossils-- what are fossils?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Fossils are actually

  • things that lived long ago, or marks

  • and other things that were made by things that lived long ago.

  • MURRAY: Oh, I wish I could see some fossils right now.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: I just happen to have some.

  • MURRAY: What kind of fossils did you bring?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Murray, I've got a part

  • of the rib of a triceratops.

  • MURRAY: A triceratops?

  • Is that a dinosaur?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: That is a dinosaur.

  • That's the one with three horns on top of his head

  • up there like that.

  • MURRAY: Well, how do you know that's a triceratops?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: It's got these little holes

  • that we see here and these lines that we see here.

  • MURRAY: Ooh.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: This one is interesting.

  • MURRAY: What is that?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: This is called a trilobite.

  • Here's its eyes right here--

  • MURRAY: Oh, I see the eyes.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: And this is its forehead right here.

  • MURRAY: And how old is that one?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: This one is about 300 million years old.

  • MURRAY: 300 million years old?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: It's older than the oldest dinosaur.

  • Here we're looking at a fossil of a tree.

  • MURRAY: A tree?

  • That's a tree?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: You can see the stem here,

  • and you can see a branch coming out of the stem here.

  • MURRAY: It seems like a rock.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: It is a rock because when

  • something fossilizes, it gets buried first.

  • And then rain soaks down into the ground

  • and picks up minerals.

  • And then those minerals soak into the wood,

  • and the wood eventually changes to rock.

  • MURRAY: Whoa!

  • Whoa, what is that?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: This is dinosaur poop.

  • MURRAY: What?

  • [LAUGHS]

  • And how old is that poop?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Maybe 100 million years old.

  • MURRAY: OK, Terry, I'm ready to look for some fossils.

  • What do I do?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: If we're looking for dinosaurs,

  • we need to find rock that's at least 65 million years old.

  • MURRAY: No problem, Terry.

  • I'm on it.

  • MURRAY [SINGING]: Looking around for some fossils.

  • Oh!

  • I found one!

  • Check it out, Terry.

  • It's a fossil.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: No, I don't think so.

  • I think that's just a regular rock.

  • MURRAY: Aww, darn.

  • Well, I'll keep looking.

  • Oh!

  • I think I found one!

  • What's that in your hand?

  • Is it a fossil?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: It is a fossil.

  • MURRAY: Oh, boy!

  • Ooh, can we try to figure out what it is, Terry?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: You can.

  • MURRAY: OK.

  • I'm going to look closely at it.

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: Check out the shape of it first.

  • Look how it's nice and round.

  • And it's got little cracks all over it.

  • [GASPS]

  • MURRAY: Hey, Terry!

  • You know what I think that fossil is?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: What?

  • MURRAY: I think it's an egg fossil!

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: You're right.

  • MURRAY: I am?

  • [LAUGHS]

  • I make a good paleontologist!

  • Wow!

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: It's a dinosaur egg.

  • MURRAY: How old is that dinosaur egg?

  • TERRY MILLIGAN: This one is about 100 million years old.

  • MURRAY: 100 million year old egg?

  • Wow!

  • You're an awesome paleontologist!

  • [MUSIC PLAYING]

  • MURRAY: Thanks, Terry.

  • I love meeting peeps in my hood.

  • [GRUNTS]

  • [SIGHS]

  • BERT: Good night, Ernie.

  • ERNIE: Good night, Bert.

  • [SIGHS]

  • ERNIE: Hmm?

  • What's that?

  • BERT: Hmm?

  • ERNIE: You need an extra blanket?

  • BERT: No, I'm fine, Ernie.

  • ERNIE: OK.

  • All right.

  • Here you go.

  • BERT: Hmm?

  • ERNIE: There you go.

  • Have a good night.

  • Hmm?

  • You want a teddy bear?

  • Aww, that's so sweet.

  • Sure, here's one for you.

  • There you go.

  • Have a good night now.

  • BERT: Ernie?

  • Are you OK?

  • ERNIE: I'm fine, Bert.

  • BERT: Well, who are you talking to?

  • ERNIE: Oh, I'm talking to a dinosaur, Bert.

  • BERT: A dinosaur.

  • ERNIE: Yup, a dinosaur.

  • BERT: Ernie, you know there are no dinosaurs in our bedroom.

  • ERNIE: Oh, don't be silly, Bert.

  • Of course I know that.

  • That's why I'm imagining a dinosaur here in the bedroom.

  • BERT: Oh, you're imagining a dinosaur.

  • ERNIE: Yeah, that's right.

  • BERT: OK, fine.

  • Good night.

  • ERNIE: You know, it's a lot of fun, Bert.

  • BERT: Fine.

  • ERNIE: Yeah.

  • I mean, at first, you have to think really hard

  • about the dinosaur, you know.

  • And uh-- a tall dinosaur-- m-hmm, yes,

  • a tall dinosaur with blue skin, a tall,

  • blue dinosaur with pink polka dots--

  • [LAUGHS]

  • And then, Bert, then you have yourself

  • one great imaginary dinosaur, m-hmm.

  • BERT: Fine, Ernie.

  • Fine.

  • [SIGHS]

  • Now go to sleep, OK?

  • ERNIE: Oh, no, Bert.

  • I think you should give it a try.

  • BERT: No, not me.

  • ERNIE: Come on, Bert.

  • Give it a try, please?

  • Please, Bert?