Here it is, the evil show that will kidnap the brains of toddlers across America and hold them hostage. It's been called "the psychedelic spawn of Satan," a dangerously subversive piece of European propaganda, an allegory espousing homosexuality that plays shamelessly to the drug culture. And yet, this is a preschool series that we're talking about here. Has the world lost its collective marbles? Judging from a pair of "Teletubbies" segs supplied for review, the answer would appear to be yes.
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KETC in St. You see many circular faces, some of which scream next to a few Dot and Dash logos in the background. This bumper was mostly used as an up next bumper. A few bugs move around on the screen while everything is moving up. Then, a spider in a tuxedo is seen next to the station.
Dash is seen at a birthday party with a cake. He blows it too hard and icing splatters on the screen. This was used as a schedule bumper, but some stations used it for local birthday clubs. You see two Dots blowing bubblegum next to a candy factory. A square pops up where the two Dots are blowing bubblegum.
The Square has the station's logo. Was used as an up next bumper. This was used as a Promo in Dot thinks of her cat even though Dash interrupts her, but she thinks of him being a flower. She continues thinking about the cat. Used as a Coming up next bumper. A train with circus animals is shown. Among them is an elephant with a carpet on her back.
On the carpet is the station logo. This was also used as a coming up next bumper. You see a hand pull open a present. When the present opens, a happy birthday sign appears and the PBS Kids logo fades in between "Happy" and "Birthday" respectively. This was used as a schedule bumper. Dot and Dash go through many holes and end up in different holes before only one hole and Dash is left.
Dash then dives into the hole. This was mostly used as a local funding. Dot and Dash play leap frog and turn into frogs, beans, springs, a cow and a moon, and an X and an O. Was used as an up next bumper and a local funding bumper. A lion, that seems to be in a circus, opens its mouth. The station logo is shown. This was also used as an coming up next and a local funding bumper. Dash starts dancing to Jazz. Soon after, Dot dances to classical music. Then, Dash dances to hip-hop music.
Dash and Dot then dance off the screen and the station logo forms. Dash is seen in the city carrying newspaper and throwing them to houses as Dash's dog catches some. This was used as a Coming up next bumper. Dash and Dot are in a photobooth taking many pictures.
They take pictures of funny faces, sad faces, loving, smiling, and the final picture they take is the PBS Kids logo in it. You see a big man, then you see many other people thinking about stuff in thought bubbles. This goes on until you stop at the end of the road and see many thought bubbles fill the screen.
Many kids ride on a roller coaster in purple, green and blue cars. This was mostly used as a Coming up next bumper. Dot and Dash press buttons that turns the person on the other side's light off. There was a Shadow of Animals, People, and Objects. They do this so much with their Teeth Showed that Dot turns into a bee and Dash turns into a bouncy ball. Dash and Dot look through a telescope. Then we go to the inside of the telescope. Then the camera moves backwards, and Dash and Dot are in a spaceship with the sky being purple.
This was used as a next bumper. Kids ride on different forms of transportation plane, boat, fire truck, car, train, horse while the station's logo is on the other side of the screen. Dash and Dot are walking together down the sidewalk. They turn into a cat and a dog, a ladybug and a bee, a tomato and corn, snowmen, balloons, skeletons, tuba and violin, flowers, and astronauts. This was used as a coming up next bumper and a station ID.
The background used at the end of the Barney ident is seen with the stations logo on it. Sometimes, the whole ident is shown. The Clifford ident is seen. The KCET version is different.
It involves Captain Infinity being drawn on a etcha sketch before the KCET logo in front of the background of the Clifford ident is seen. This was even used as a local funding bumper. This Ident was Used for Cyberchase, Jakers!
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KETC in St. You see many circular faces, some of which scream next to a few Dot and Dash logos in the background. This bumper was mostly used as an up next bumper. A few bugs move around on the screen while everything is moving up. Then, a spider in a tuxedo is seen next to the station. Dash is seen at a birthday party with a cake. He blows it too hard and icing splatters on the screen.
List of PBS Kids Station idents (1999 - 2008)
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The programme focuses on four multi-coloured creatures known as "Teletubbies", named after the television screens implanted in their abdomens. Recognised throughout popular culture for the uniquely shaped antenna protruding from the head of each character, the Teletubbies communicate through gibberish and were designed to bear resemblance to toddlers. The series rapidly became a commercial success in Britain and abroad. Though the original run ended in ,  sixty new episodes were ordered in The programme takes place in a grassy, floral landscape populated by rabbits with bird calls audible in the background.