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May The Force be with you, Lisa.


What are doodlebops? Alpha and moi need to catch up on the nickelodeon and others.


Oh emm Gee. I just doodled up the doodlebops. AyiiiiYiii. They are more than scary! Kringles and shingles. They are like the teletubbies on acid.


you are a saint...


I am always fascinated by The Doodlebops. I watch in wonder. Who comes up with this stuff? Sebastian has never been interested in them or The Wiggles. Which is odd, because he LOVES music, but he couldn't care less about either of them. But those freaking Wonder Pets he adores. Have you seen Yo Gabba Gabba? Fabulously bizarre and oddly wonderful. Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo does a drawing segment, and that's the most normal part.


Oh Gawd! The Wonder Pets are my least favorite, ask Lisa. Why? I don't know but I think that any show for toddlers (that are trying to learn to speak properly) where the characters speak "baby talk" is doing a dis-service. Not to mention it's annoying to boot. I makes me want to make Guinea Pig/Turtle/chicken soup... Yum! ;-)

- M


Barney scares me plenty. I don't even know what a Doodlebop is.


When wrestling is over all girls have to get together! Thank goodness they don't like doodlebops. They love all the rest though.

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