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Our reviews of Yo Gabba Gabba! Birthday Boogie! (published February 1st, 2010), Yo Gabba Gabba! Clubhouse (published June 14th, 2010), Yo Gabba Gabba! Let's Visit The Doctor! (published January 16th, 2011), Yo Gabba Gabba! Meet My Family (published October 20th, 2009), Yo Gabba Gabba! Music Makes Me Move! (published August 21st, 2011), Yo Gabba Gabba! New Friends (published April 6th, 2009), Yo Gabba Gabba! Party In A Box (published July 12th, 2011), Yo Gabba Gabba! Super Spies (published April 28th, 2012), and Yo Gabba Gabba! The Dancey Dance Bunch (published October 20th, 2008) are also available.
"Listening and dancing to music…is…awesome!!!"
It is transfixing. That beach-sound opening where DJ Lance Rock, clad in his orange jumpsuit, walks through a white vacuum, holding a giant boombox. When that musical cue kicks in, the one that signifies the awakening of Muno, Brobee, Toodee, Foofa and Plex from their mystical imprisonment, all children within a ten-foot radius are drawn in, trance-like. I've seen it happen. In my own living room. From my own daughter.
And I'm fine with that.
Yo Gabba Gabba! is awesome, delirious awesomeness, a wild show for toddlers that pumps out lessons about not biting and trying real hard and not giving up and having parties in your tummy, set against some dope tunes and trippy visuals. I'll just say it: it's the best little kids show out there.
Nickelodeon has a quartet of episodes for you:
That's it. A no-nonsense DVD. I'd rather see full seasons, but let's be honest: the diminutive target audience could watch this stuff over and over again.
The disc: full frame, 2.0 stereo, no extras.
Not Guilty, but that's because Yo Gabba Gabba! rules. The DVD is
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