The Core Dump

A strong conviction that something must be done is the parent of many bad measures

[By Nic Lindh on Monday, 02 February 2004]

Boohbah ... Boohbah

There was an exciting change in the lineup of children’s programming at PBS a few weeks ago, when the Teletubbies were moved from their oh-seven-hundred hours slot and were replaced by Boohbah. If you think the Teletubbies were trippy, you’re in for a surprise. As an adult operating in pre-caffeine mode, this show can seriously leave you slack-jawed and drooling. There’s no way this can be anything but a huge hit with the dorm room stoner crowd.

Here’s a nice article about the show and the child psychology thinking that went into it.

Music: Stream from Groove Salad.

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