Sesame Street: Robin Williams: Conflict


ROBIN WILLIAMS: Hello,
I’m Robin. And this is the Two-Headed
Monster. TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Hello! ROBIN WILLIAMS: And we’re here
to tell you all about the word “conflict.” TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Conflict! ROBIN WILLIAMS: Right,
conflict. You guys ready to
show conflict? TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Ready! ROBIN WILLIAMS: OK. Here we go, the Two-Headed
Monster showing us conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[SPEAKING GIBBERISH] [LAUGHING] ROBIN WILLIAMS: Wait! Time out, guys. Guys, I’m not sure
you understand. We need to show everyone
conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Conflict! ROBIN WILLIAMS: Right. But I’m afraid that
wasn’t conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
No conflict? ROBIN WILLIAMS: Well you see, a
conflict is two people fight or disagree about something,
and they have a conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
Oh, conflict! Yeah, conflict! ROBIN WILLIAMS: OK, great. We’re ready to try again. OK, here we go. The Two-Headed Monster is now
going to show us conflict. Take two. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[SPEAKING GIBBERISH] ROBIN WILLIAMS: One of them has
a flower he says is his. That’s a promising start. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[SPEAKING GIBBERISH] ROBIN WILLIAMS: Looks
like the other one wants the same flower. This could be some conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[SPEAKING GIBBERISH] share? ROBIN WILLIAMS: Oh,
they’re sharing. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[SPEAKING GIBBERISH] ROBIN WILLIAMS: OK,
stop, stop, stop! TWO-HEADED MONSTER: What? ROBIN WILLIAMS: Look,
that was very nice. That was lovely, actually. You were sharing, and that warms
the cockles of my heart. But listen, my fuzzy two-headed
friend, that was not conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
No conflict? ROBIN WILLIAMS: No conflict. TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[GIBBERISH] conflict! ROBIN WILLIAMS: I’m just
sorry, it wasn’t! TWO-HEADED MONSTER: [SHOUTING] ROBIN WILLIAMS:
[SHOUTING GIBBERISH] TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[SHOUTING GIBBERISH] ROBIN WILLIAMS: [GIBBERISH] me! TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
No, [GIBBERISH] me! ROBIN WILLIAMS: [GIBBERISH] TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
[GIBBERISH] ROBIN WILLIAMS: Wait! TWO-HEADED MONSTER: What? ROBIN WILLIAMS: I just
realized something. TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Wha? ROBIN WILLIAMS: We disagree. We’re arguing about something! TWO-HEADED MONSTER: So? ROBIN WILLIAMS: We’re
I having a conflict! TWO-HEADED MONSTER: Conflict? ROBIN WILLIAMS: Conflict! TWO-HEADED MONSTER:
Oh, conflict! [ALL SHOUTING GIBBERISH] ALL: Conflict! Conflict! Conflict! [GIBBERISH] Conflict! [GIBBERISH] Conflict! [GIBBERISH] Conflict!

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