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2020-06-02 6:09:17 PM  
Good for them for not hiding real life from children..
 
2020-06-02 8:34:16 PM  
From Disney Channel tonight at the top of the 8PM hour.

Listening...
Learning...
Healing...
We Stand for Humanity...
We Stand for Solidarity...
We Stand for Justice...
Speaking Up Because
BLACK
LIVES
MATTER

interspersed with photo shoot video of black kids on loop for I assume for the 8 minutes 46 seconds.

The kids channels know their audience is much more diverse than everyone else.
 
2020-06-02 10:21:56 PM  
Pretty sure only the white kids' parents were upset.

Yeah.
Because the other parents already had the talk with their kids.
 
2020-06-02 11:10:49 PM  

vudukungfu: Pretty sure only the white kids' parents were upset.

Yeah.
Because the other parents already had the talk with their kids.


100% spot on.
 
2020-06-02 11:28:38 PM  
Shiat, where can I donate money to them then? F the whining enablers.
 
2020-06-02 11:36:58 PM  
The added breathing sound makes it a bit eerie.
Good, it should.
 
2020-06-03 12:06:38 AM  
This doesn't make up for the fact that they employed and enabled Dan Schneider.
 
2020-06-03 12:47:21 AM  
I bet somebody double dared them.
 
2020-06-03 1:01:54 AM  

Bukharin: I bet somebody double dared them.


Yeah, but you can't do that on television.
 
2020-06-03 1:15:38 AM  

Bukharin: I bet somebody double dared them.


Did they take the physical challenge instead?
 
2020-06-03 1:23:39 AM  

styckx: Good for them for not hiding real life from children..


Thats one thing that I feel is lost on most television shows, but children's shows in particular. Children are far smarter than we give them credit for and while they may not understand the nuance or history of different topics they certainly can pick up the jist of it. Not many people remember the Hair Bear Bunch, but they certainly remember Mr Rodgers sharing a pool with Officer Clemmens only a year after MLK was shot. Hell I cant tell you a damn thing about the Big Comfy Couch or The Bananas in Pajamas, but I can tell you exactly how I felt when we watched Mr. Rodgers discuss divorce and how it helped me cope with my parents separation.

Good on Nick for putting this out there and prompting a discussion on it.
 
2020-06-03 1:29:54 AM  

Snatch Bandergrip: Bukharin: I bet somebody double dared them.

Yeah, but you can't do that on television.


I Doug these jokes.
 
2020-06-03 1:43:49 AM  

tinderfitles: styckx: Good for them for not hiding real life from children..

Thats one thing that I feel is lost on most television shows, but children's shows in particular. Children are far smarter than we give them credit for and while they may not understand the nuance or history of different topics they certainly can pick up the jist of it. Not many people remember the Hair Bear Bunch, but they certainly remember Mr Rodgers sharing a pool with Officer Clemmens only a year after MLK was shot. Hell I cant tell you a damn thing about the Big Comfy Couch or The Bananas in Pajamas, but I can tell you exactly how I felt when we watched Mr. Rodgers discuss divorce and how it helped me cope with my parents separation.

Good on Nick for putting this out there and prompting a discussion on it.


Sesame Street - Goodbye Mr. Hooper
Youtube gxlj4Tk83xQ
 
2020-06-03 1:52:59 AM  

Iggie: tinderfitles: styckx: Good for them for not hiding real life from children..

Thats one thing that I feel is lost on most television shows, but children's shows in particular. Children are far smarter than we give them credit for and while they may not understand the nuance or history of different topics they certainly can pick up the jist of it. Not many people remember the Hair Bear Bunch, but they certainly remember Mr Rodgers sharing a pool with Officer Clemmens only a year after MLK was shot. Hell I cant tell you a damn thing about the Big Comfy Couch or The Bananas in Pajamas, but I can tell you exactly how I felt when we watched Mr. Rodgers discuss divorce and how it helped me cope with my parents separation.

Good on Nick for putting this out there and prompting a discussion on it.

[Youtube-video https://www.youtube.com/embed/gxlj4Tk8​3xQ]


I'm not crying, you're crying.
 
2020-06-03 1:54:08 AM  

Iggie: tinderfitles: styckx: Good for them for not hiding real life from children..

Thats one thing that I feel is lost on most television shows, but children's shows in particular. Children are far smarter than we give them credit for and while they may not understand the nuance or history of different topics they certainly can pick up the jist of it. Not many people remember the Hair Bear Bunch, but they certainly remember Mr Rodgers sharing a pool with Officer Clemmens only a year after MLK was shot. Hell I cant tell you a damn thing about the Big Comfy Couch or The Bananas in Pajamas, but I can tell you exactly how I felt when we watched Mr. Rodgers discuss divorce and how it helped me cope with my parents separation.

Good on Nick for putting this out there and prompting a discussion on it.

[YouTube video: Sesame Street - Goodbye Mr. Hooper]


Worst/best moment in television history
 
2020-06-03 2:27:43 AM  

tinderfitles: styckx: Good for them for not hiding real life from children..

Thats one thing that I feel is lost on most television shows, but children's shows in particular. Children are far smarter than we give them credit for and while they may not understand the nuance or history of different topics they certainly can pick up the jist of it. Not many people remember the Hair Bear Bunch, but they certainly remember Mr Rodgers sharing a pool with Officer Clemmens only a year after MLK was shot. Hell I cant tell you a damn thing about the Big Comfy Couch or The Bananas in Pajamas, but I can tell you exactly how I felt when we watched Mr. Rodgers discuss divorce and how it helped me cope with my parents separation.

Good on Nick for putting this out there and prompting a discussion on it.


Big comfy couch was a Canadian series that was about a girl clown Loonette who taught moral lessons. The girl who played her came back in the 2000s
Loonette on Creepy Clowns | 22 Minutes
Youtube nG6KKnc1lKs


Bananas in Pajamas was an Australian production that was both a moral teacher and comedy.

Also I get your point Roger's has been like a savor to kids when their parents don't know how to deal with it.

My first career choice was to work in children's programming. Why? I was a kid once I know how confused and alone you feel when something is going on and you can't comprehend it till someone takes the time to break it down in little pieces so you can not only understand but you can embrace it with courage and acceptance.
 
2020-06-03 3:37:42 AM  
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2020-06-03 5:37:03 AM  
We saw that video yesterday on a different station and just sat through it in horror.  It's a looooong video. Can't imagine being crushed for that long begging.
 
2020-06-03 5:44:49 AM  
Apparently some parents just hate it when they park their child in front of the tube and the kid learns about justice, equality and the support of human rights.
 
2020-06-03 9:34:28 AM  

Snatch Bandergrip: Bukharin: I bet somebody double dared them.

Yeah, but you can't do that on television.


Those sneakykeeds!
 
2020-06-03 12:58:49 PM  

Snatch Bandergrip: Bukharin: I bet somebody double dared them.

Yeah, but you can't do that on television.


What?
 
2020-06-03 1:25:39 PM  
Cool, kids today get to watch snuff films and all I got was Mighty Orebots
 
2020-06-03 4:01:37 PM  
I heard about that last night, good on them. Kids may not know what's really going on but they 'know something is happening' because, even if parents totally control what their kids watch(most don't), those same parents don't censor themselves in front of their kids 100%. I learned a lot of things I wasn't supposed to know because my parents thought I wasn't listening or capable of understanding. It may have taken a while but I figured everything out on my own and my parents had no idea what all I knew. Don't these people remember what being a kid is like? The entirety of your childhood is "learning", all the things we learn as we go through our childhood and adolescence is our practical "Adult Training Program".
 
2020-06-03 11:10:07 PM  
Late, but I realized this one was what I should have included:

Won't You Be My Neighbor? (2018) - What Does Assassination Mean? Scene (4/10) | Movieclips
Youtube pQv0ZtpRdNk


/RIP Fred Rogers, we should all live by his example
 
2020-06-04 12:26:45 AM  

alice_600: tinderfitles: styckx: Good for them for not hiding real life from children..

Thats one thing that I feel is lost on most television shows, but children's shows in particular. Children are far smarter than we give them credit for and while they may not understand the nuance or history of different topics they certainly can pick up the jist of it. Not many people remember the Hair Bear Bunch, but they certainly remember Mr Rodgers sharing a pool with Officer Clemmens only a year after MLK was shot. Hell I cant tell you a damn thing about the Big Comfy Couch or The Bananas in Pajamas, but I can tell you exactly how I felt when we watched Mr. Rodgers discuss divorce and how it helped me cope with my parents separation.

Good on Nick for putting this out there and prompting a discussion on it.

Big comfy couch was a Canadian series that was about a girl clown Loonette who taught moral lessons. The girl who played her came back in the 2000s[YouTube video: Loonette on Creepy Clowns | 22 Minutes]

Bananas in Pajamas was an Australian production that was both a moral teacher and comedy.

Also I get your point Roger's has been like a savor to kids when their parents don't know how to deal with it.

My first career choice was to work in children's programming. Why? I was a kid once I know how confused and alone you feel when something is going on and you can't comprehend it till someone takes the time to break it down in little pieces so you can not only understand but you can embrace it with courage and acceptance.


I'll see your Loonette, and raise you a Butterscotch.

Butterscotch The Clown Isn't Happy With "IT" - CONAN on TBS
Youtube IDJDtosYKow
 
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