If Judge David Johnson had as dog as obnoxious as Loopdidoo, he would no doubt be brought up on charges of animal neglect.
Loopiness, laughter and little life lessons.
Well, sign me up then!
Loopdidoo tells the tales of Loopdidoo, a dog with a round body and tiny legs, and his 5-year-old owner Petunia. The two spend all their time together, getting into fun-filled adventures that are both filled with fun and adventuresome.
• "Wet Paint"
• "Chef's Surprise"
• "The Party"
• "A Smokin' Idea"
• "The End of the World"
• "Grumble Bee"
• "Spring Cleaning"
• "Just What the Doctor Ordered"
• "The Crazy Kite"
• "High and Dry"
• "No Swimming"
• "Nonsense Network"
"A Very Dangerous Cake"
The most important lesson I got out of this was that unsupervised children and pets will mess around with electricity and steal potentially deadly grown-up medicine to eat. The other lesson is that not all kiddie shows are created equal and Loopdidoo receives the dubious honor of being one the more annoying I've seen. Yes, even moreso than—shudder—Dora.
Every character is scratch-your-eyeballs-out-annoying, from Petunia that abrasive little girl that hurls verbal insults at her pets to her milquetoast best friend Basil to Loopdidoo himself, an intolerable pooch with a grating voice and a penchant for reeling off the lamest one-liners ever committed to children's animation.
"Now I know what a real hot dog feels like!"
Goodness gracious, this show is an irritant. The lone saving merit is that the episodes are only five minutes long and will be over soon. Unfortunately, there are enough of them to fill 85 minutes. Have fun with that.
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Scales of Justice
Studio: Porchlight Entertainment
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