May 15, 2004

Not All Kid's Shows Are Created Equal (in their ability to annoy)

With children who are seven, four and two, there are often annoying shows on our TV. However, some are more tolerable than others.

For example, Jay-Jay the Jetplane inspires within me a deep desire for surface-to-air missiles.

Posted by Steven Taylor at May 15, 2004 10:14 AM | TrackBack

I sometimes catch some of the kiddie shows that are on Satrday mornin's but have never caught that one. Is he one of the characters on Thomas the Tank?

By the way, Steven, I noticed you still have my old URL in the roll, there. I am now at Munu:

Posted by: Tiger at May 15, 2004 10:43 AM

I used to feel the same way... Until I listened to Caillou.

Now, I'll take Jay Jay over freaking Caillou ANY DAY.

Why on earth to do they make a cartoon where the kids wines every word they say?

AND why is a 4 year old bald but everyone else had hair?

Posted by: Paul at May 15, 2004 11:33 AM

This is why I severely restrict my 4-year old's TV time. He is only allowed to watch South Park and Crank Yankers. I call this father-son bonding time.

Posted by: John Lemon at May 15, 2004 11:55 AM

Wait until you see "Poo-bah" (or something like that). It is apparently geared towards children in the one to three month age bracket (one to three months in the womb, that is).

Posted by: Meezer at May 15, 2004 04:19 PM

Thankfully, my son has moved beyond Jay Jay. But "Dragon Tales" can still get on my nerves, and Caillou serves as a good argument for corporal punishment.

BooBah is - I think - the PBS answer to the teletubbies. It's appeared once on our TV and I've banished it.

Posted by: bryan at May 15, 2004 09:20 PM

Luckily I have missed BooBah. Caillou and Dragon Tales, however, are both rather annoying, to be sure.

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