Kids Playing Outside Games On Unicorn & Pony Ride-on Toy with  Doll at the Playground
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Kids Playing Outside Games On Unicorn & Pony Ride-on Toy with Doll at the Playground

October 30, 2019


– [Voiceover] Oh, oh no! Poor Princess Naiah and her little kitty. What happened to you? – Well, you see, I got
kicked outta my own castle. – [Voiceover] You got kicked
out your own castle, by who? – By my evil sister. By my evil younger sister. – [Voiceover] Who is she? – She’s Elsa. – [Voiceover] Elsa? And she stole your unicorn? – Yeah, but – [Voiceover] Elsa, how could you do this? We need someone to come
rescue this princess. – Too late. I’m here. – [Voiceover] You’re here? Okay. – I’m gonna save the nasty doo doo. – [Voiceover] You’re gonna
save the nasty doo doo. Okay, let’s go. – [Voiceover] Okay, now. – [Voiceover] Okay. Fight her, fight her, get her! Get her, good job! Get her, whoa, great job! – [Voiceover] Naiah and Elli show. Elli, you messed it up. (laughs) – [Voiceover] Oh, no,
Princess Elli and kitty. What happened? What happened to you? – I fell down. – [Voiceover] You fell down? – Okay. – [Voiceover] Did evil– – That’s the evil twin – [Voiceover] Elsa’s twin– – She took my horse. – [Voiceover] She stole your horse? – [Voiceover] And my nice dress. – [Voiceover] We need a
knight to come save us. – I’m a knight. – [Voiceover] All right,
you go and save Elli. – First, I gotta fight the evil Elsa. – [Voiceover] Fight the evil Elsa. – [Voiceover] Please. – [Voiceover] Knock her off that horse. Oh! Good-bye, evil Elsa. – Good-bye. (grunts) – [Voiceover] You’re not the real Elsa. You’re a pretend Elsa. All right, get out of here. Now you, go rescue Princess Elli. – Okay. You got to fall asleep, okay? – I have to be knight and to save her. – No, you gotta– – [Voiceover] Oh, Princess
Elli, the knight has come to save you. Can you grab onto her sword. – I gotta put Elsa back in– – [Voiceover] Wait, what happened? Oh, wait, wait, wait, wait. Don’t break– No, no, no, no, don’t break her! Oh, gosh. The crayon broke. (laughs) – [Voiceover] Don’t get
Elli to do something. – [Voiceover] Elli, wait,
where are you taking Elsa? – To the street. – [Voiceover] To the street? No, no, no, please don’t
take her to the street. Oh, oh no, poor Princess
Naiah and her little kitty. What happened to you? Well, you see, I got kicked
out of my own castle. – [Voiceover] You got kicked
out your own castle by who? – By my evil sister. By my evil younger sister. – [Voiceover] Who is she? – She’s Elsa. Elsa, and she stole your unicorn? Elsa, how could you do this? We need someone to come
rescue this princess. – Too late, I’m here! – [Voiceover] You’re here? Okay! – I’m gonna save that nasty doo doo. – [Voiceover] You gonna
save the nasty doo doo. Okay, let’s go. – [Voiceover] Okay, now. – [Voiceover] Okay, fight
her, fight her, get her. Get her, good job, get her. Whoa, great job! – Yeah, I’m free. – [Voiceover] You’re free
to ride your pony now. – Now I gotta throw you out
my castle now, little sis. I’m taking you over there. – [Voiceover] Okay. Sorry, Elsa. Right, Naiah, you have an
obstacle course challenge. You have to make it down this obstacle course without hitting this green monkey, this baby, this baby, the bunny, the Anna doll, the Elsa doll, the doggy, the Furreal kitty, and this gigantic ginormous crayon. Do you think you can do it? – Yeah – Yeah. – [Voiceover] All right. On your mark. Get set. Go. – I go. – [Voiceover] No, it’s just
Naiah, then you get to go. All right, Elli, you can go. – No, no, Mommy, ’til I’m
done with the obstacle course. – [Voiceover] No, she’s
gonna go after you, so you have to win the race. – (mumbles) got in my way. – [Voiceover] Yup. – [Voiceover] Hey. – [Voiceover] Uh oh. – Move the dog. – Hey, you leave the kitty alone. – I’m not bothering your kitty. (laughs) – Over this way, Andy. – [Voiceover] Uh oh. – Where’s the bunny. – [Voiceover] Oh no! Look the obstacle moved. Whoa, that was easier! (singing) – [Voiceover] Naiah on her unicorn! Yay! – Here comes the one. – [Voiceover] All right. Elli’s on her pony. Wooo! – Here I am in a race to the finish line. Ya, horsey! They’re catching up. Ya, horsey! – Ya, whoa! – [Voiceover] Woo hoo, giddyup, pony. Giddyup, horsey. Here comes the horsey. Oh, here comes the horsey. Can she do it? Can she make it? – Naiah! – I want to watch. – [Voiceover] All right. – No, you can’t. – [Voiceover] Yeah, Naiah, can watch. All right, here we go. Can you make it, Elli? Can you make it? (grunts) – [Voiceover] Uh oh, someone
fell off their horse. Uh oh, don’t run over bunny! Don’t run over the babies! Can you make it past green monkey? Oh no, she’s gonna hit green monkey! (laughs) – [Voiceover] Green monkey? Green monkey? Oh, no! Oh, green monkey! – Come on, horsey, let’s go back home. – [Voiceover] You gonna go back home? Here she comes. Are you and your unicorn ready, Naiah? – Yes. On your mark, get set, go! – Slowly go. Slowly, horsey! – [Voiceover] Now you gotta race. You gotta go fast. You’re going so slow. It’s a race. Okay! – I’ll go fast, I’ll go fast. Ya, ya, horsey! Ya, horsey! – [Voiceover] Oh no,
there’s gonna be a crash! – No, Elli. no, Elli! – [Voiceover] Boo. (laughs) The ponies crashed! – Elli, please move out of the way. – No! (audio fast-forwarding) – So I gotta get– – [Voiceover] You gotta
get around the obstacle without hitting it. You made it past the Elsa doll. – Now let’s see if I
can get past Anna doll. – [Voiceover] You’re past the Anna doll. – Now if I can get past the
babies and gooey monkey. – Go, Naiah, go. – [Voiceover] Wooo, she found a shortcut! – Go, Naiah, go! – Hey, come on, horsey, let’s move. – Go, Naiah, go! – [Voiceover] On your mark, get set, go! – Giddyup, giddyup, giddyup, giddyup. – Giddyup, giddyup, giddy – [Voiceover] Wooo,
here comes the unicorn! Wooo, come on, Sheriff Callie! Come on, get that– – I’m so fast! You’re so fast, Sheriff Callie! Look at that unicorn take off, and Sheriff Callie is on her way. Giddyup, cowgirl! – You have to go over the monkey, over the rabbit. Hey, go over the dog, I have to go on ahead to the puppy. And I have to go past the kitty. And I have to pass the crayon. – [Voiceover] Woooo! Good job, Elli, good job! You did it, Elli. You did a great job! Congratulations, Elli! – Bye, guys, thanks for watching – And make sure you have the
Elsa doll and the Anna doll and the obstacle course to
get through and lots of toys. And make sure you have a unicorn and a– – Oh, help me, prince. – And a pony ’til you
can play the fun games. – Help me, prince, help! – And make sure you have a cat, too. – Help, help me. – [Voiceover] All right,
so we’re gonna help Elli. Bye, guys, please make sure you subscribe and like our videos,
and stay tuned for more! – I’ll take kitty. – [Voiceover] Okay. Okay, can you go? – Yeah. – [Voiceover] Go. There you go. Are you gonna hit Elsa? Oh no! Oh no! Oh no, wait, oh no, don’t go. Okay, I think, oh no, no, no. No, no, no. Oh gosh. Okay, can you get– – Elli, Elsa, stop! – [Voiceover] Here, let’s reverse Wait, wait, wait! – Naiah and Elli show. Elli, you messed it up. (laughs) (happy music) – Come on! (sings) (happy music) – Can you please open the door? – Do you want to ride in my car? – No, Elli, I say that. Do you want to ride in my car? – Yes. – Come on, let’s go, come on. Let’s go. (sings) Climb over there. Besides, I’m too– – I’ll sit down. Slowly, slowly, please. – [Voiceover] Uh oh. Whoa!

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