'Teletubbies'

Now we know this show was geared toward children one to four years in age, but so was Sesame Street back in the day and look how well that worked out (40 years and still counting). This <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORCRP001723173" title="BBC" href="/topic/economy-business-finance/media-industry/bbc-ORCRP001723173.topic">BBC</a> import however has hippy creatures watching little children on televisions on their bellies. Did you get that? <b>Watching little ones on their stomachs</b>. The creatures also spend their days rolling on a grassy knoll where gigantic pinwheels and telephones pop out randomly. This is not play land kiddies. This is a new type of hell.<br>
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<i>-- Darcel Rockett, <a href="http://www.zap2it.com">Zap2it</a></i>
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Now we know this show was geared toward children one to four years in age, but so was Sesame Street back in the day and look how well that worked out (40 years and still counting). This BBC import however has hippy creatures watching little children on televisions on their bellies. Did you get that? Watching little ones on their stomachs. The creatures also spend their days rolling on a grassy knoll where gigantic pinwheels and telephones pop out randomly. This is not play land kiddies. This is a new type of hell.

-- Darcel Rockett, Zap2it

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