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Are you Yo Gabba Gabba Fans? My daughter adores it, and its fluffy monster characters and mix of music and other clips reminds me of children’s shows I grew up watching in Japan. This DVD review came at a great time as I was visiting the doctor more as we awaited baby brother’s arrival and we were prepping her for “the big day” where I would be at the doctor for a couple days before we brought baby brother home (Yo Gabba Gabba’s Baby episode is also a great one to watch with your kiddos to prepare for a new baby’s arrival).
My daughter’s favorite episode may be the “Clean” episode and she has been wanting to brush her teeth multiple times a day– I didn’t put it together at first, but it must be from watching that episode! Although my daughter is pretty good about clean up with encouragement, it’s always nice to have characters she loves serve as additional role models to include good, clean manners! This release is now available at your favorite retailer or you can purchase the DVD online at websites like Amazon.com.
Available on DVD on January 11, 2011
NEW YORK – December 13, 2010 – Is that a sniffle? Have a dose of fun medicine and get ready to dance and sing with the all-new DVD release YoGabbaGabba: Let’s VisittheDoctor! Join Muno, Foofa, Brobee, Toodee and Plex for four fun episodes that deal with all-too-common illnesses. Special guests featured in these episodes include Anthony Bourdain, Of Montreal and Biz Markie. Created by Nickelodeon Home Entertainment and distributed by Paramount Home Entertainment, YoGabbaGabba: Let’s VisitTheDoctor! will be released on January 11, 2011 and sold for the suggested retail price of $16.99.
Toodee gets sick and needs to rest. Thedoctor visits and everyone helps Toodee feel better.
Muno has a loose tooth and wiggles it until it comes out, then writes a note and the Tooth Fairy brings him a toothbrush. With only one tooth Muno looks strange, but in the end it starts to grow back.
Everyone learns good clean manners when they play with toys and have to clean them up. Afterwards, they learn to wash their hands and brush their teeth. At the end, they all sing a fun bath time song playing with bath toys.
It’s time to go for a ride in a car! “Keep Trying” familiarizes them with the seat belt and encourages them to buckle up. “Danger” keeps the characters from playing in the road and “Car Ride” teaches them all about the thrill of traveling.
YoGabbaGabba: Let’s VisittheDoctor! Fast Facts:
Street Date: January 11, 2011
DVD SRP: $16.99
DVD Running Time: Approximately 96 minutes
Rating: Not Rated
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