WTF did kids TV used to be like?!?

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Oct 22, 2007
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    For the record, this was never aired. It was something the crew did as a joke one christmas which was only shown to the public a few years back on a "TVs naughtiest whatever" type programme.
     
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    :'( i can't hear it so i'll just have to assume it's naughty [​IMG]
    wtf kids tv used to be ten times better than the crap they have on now [​IMG]
     
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    Rainbow was meant to be full of innuendos and sexual references. I used to watch it as a kid and never noticed them [​IMG] Watching it now you can tell. It would never be shown to kids this day and age anyway. I agree with Shelleeson kids TV was 10 times better than the stuff that's on now. Boomerang on sky used to show all the old childrens cartoons. It doesn't now as the kids of this day and age don't like them [​IMG]
     
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    realy scary, srysly oO
     
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    LOL hilarious
     
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    How the hell did our parents not notice that stuff? It's so bloody obvious!

    Jeffrey = a gay bloke in bright jumpers and dungarees
    Bungle = a big gay bear
    George = a gay pink hippo
    Zippy = the gimp

    *shudders*
     
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    yeah that episode was never a real episode. the real episodes still had some slight innuendo but nothing quite as bad as that episode.
     
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    Damn, most of them use to have pretty mental innuendos - anyone remember Captain Pugwash? I still can't beleive the artists and story writers actually insisted, there was no filthy meaning to the names of those pirates!
     
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    "Oh I can't get it in let's try it the other way around" and "Let's play with our friends balls!" so WRONG! hehe
     
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    I remember an episode where Zippy and George was in the bath and Zippy was doing something in the bath and Jeffery said "Don't do that Zippy, George doesn't like it".

    Or something like that.

    Old kids TV ruled anyway, the stuff now is crap though I do watch Sarah Jane Adventures.
     
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    try nick jr between 8pm and 10pm you'll find the wombles, the clangers, camberwick green, trumpton etc........ [​IMG]
    my children love them but it's too late for them to watch it.
    we have things like chorlton and the wheelies, the flumps, willow the wisp (the original not the update) duckula, dangermouse and loads of others here on dvd [​IMG]
     
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    Sorry pressed the back button.
     
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    I loved Trumpton and anything to do with Oliver Postgate.

    Anyone seen the new Fireman Sam? Frigging terrible.
     
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    [​IMG] i wondered how come your post changed but there was no edit
    oh i forgot a few other dvd's as well off of my list we also have jamie and the magic torch
    trouble with kids they take all the shine off anything by wanting to watch things a million times..................you are warned [​IMG]
     
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    There wasn't.
    http://www.snopes.com/radiotv/tv/pugwash.asp
     
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    Probably just a parody... I mean, it's too funny to be real xD
     
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    ughhh british comedy, nonsense
     

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