Narrator: And now it's time for Schoolhouse Polka with Larry, the part of the show where Larry comes out and sings a Schoolhouse Polka!

 

Larry: Whether, whether, whether, whether

Whether you like it or not

Weather, weather, weather, weather

Weather is cold, warm, and hot!

 

Two, two, two, two

Two of my favorite toys

I'm bringing to, to, to, to

A place the first one enjoys!

And I like it, too!

 

Homophones! Homophones!

Where the crews come cruising down the plane!

Homophones! Homophones!

I need my kneaded biscuits plain!

 

I know a pear, pear, pear, pear

With a pair of really soft shoes

He wears them to pare, pare, pare, pare

Bushes that easily bruise

 

I planted rows, rows, rows, rows

Of a horribly bad-smelling rose

Now no one knows, knows, knows, knows

If the scent will be leaving my nose

But most likely no

 

Oh, homophones! Homophones!

Where the toads are towed out on the plane!

Homophones! Homophones!

I need my kneaded biscuits plain!

 

(Falls over and struggles to get up.)

 

(Finally gets up, gasping.)

 

Larry: Whether, whether, whether, whether

Whether you like it or not

Weather, weather, weather, weather

Weather is cold, warm, and hot!

 

(Hops off-screen, panting.)

 

Narrator: This has been Schoolhouse Polka with Larry! Tune in next time to hear Larry sing...

 

Larry (comes out, panting): What happened to my preposition?

I took it on an expedition!

But by the thing I keep my fish in

Got infected with a skin condition!

 

Narrator: And...?

 

Larry: I'm a pronoun

They're a pronoun

He's a pronoun

She's a pronoun

Wouldn't you like to be a pronoun too?

 

Narrator: And...?

 

Larry: It was the biggest, bluest, cleanest, brightest, quickest, newest, roundest, nicest, softest, tallest, toughest, lightest, smoothest, kindest, flattest, tightest, most amazing adjective I'd ever seen!

 

Narrator: And...?

 

Larry: I'm done.

 

Narrator: Interjections? Adverbs?

 

Larry: Uh, no.

 

Narrator: Alrighty.