Monday, November 20

Doodle Bops
I've been in denial for a few weeks now.

One Saturday morning, in desperation to find something on television to appease my sixteen-month-old, I stumbled across three frighteningly-painted, flamboyant adults who dance and sing and talk to puppets. Doodle was instantly transfixed, much to my horror. Since then, the Doodlebops have become part of our daily ritual, so much so that I tape it during the day for us to watch in the evenings.

So we're watching it the other day, all of us, my husband included, when my husband turns to me and says, "You know what? I think we enjoy this show more than he does."

What? That's ridiculOH MY GOD HE'S RIGHT.

Somehow, this kids show, with these freaky deaky people, and their surprisingly catchy songs, has become something I actually look forward to watching. Maybe it has something to do with how much Doodle enjoys it. In fact, he recently added the word "Dee Dee" (she's the cute one in the purple) to his vocabulary. But actually? It's not too bad. Once you get past the fact that Rooney and Moe are obviously lovers.

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GreenTuna said...

Oh Gah. Those things give me the hives. We've now progressed to all things Disney Channel. God help us, everyone.

Birthmom said...

Disney Channel Rocks!

I could sit and watch That's so Raven, and all those other teenagery shows all day.

Doodlebops wig me out. the first time I flipped through the channels and saw them- I was struck. Dumbstruck. How interesting they would be if I had a few drinks beforehand......but I can see where little kids would like them....the colors! the music!