Caillou 4 Seasons 2007

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2. Caillou's Playschool Adventures TV-G CC

An apple orchard, new game, puppet show and helping.

Starring:
Annie Bovaird, Pat Fry
Runtime:
1 hour 31 minutes
Original air date:
August 7, 2007

Caillou's Playschool Adventures

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Season 1
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Genres Kids & Family
Starring Annie Bovaird, Pat Fry
Supporting actors Jennifer Seguin, Merlee Shapiro, Jesse Vinet, Ellen David, Graeme Jokic, Pauline Little, George Morris, Melissa Pirrera, Bob Stutt, Sofie Uretsky
Season year 2010
Network PBS
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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51 of 61 people found the following review helpful By WolfeMom on December 28, 2012
Calliou used to be sweet, but in newer episodes he is a brat. And it is not bratty behavior that resolves itself and is redirected so your child learns not to be that way. He is just a brat. My daughter gets 20 minutes of t.v. a day - which for a long time was Caillou. After a few days of the new season, she started saying, "don't want to." I could not figure out where it came from - then I saw the Calliou episode. Once it was gone for a few weeks, and with constant redirection, she stopped saying it. Toddlers pick-up everything and Caillou's pouty, whiny behavior is even more annoying in real life.
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14 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Rebecca on September 24, 2013
true story
for 95% of this show Caillou is a bratty, wining, mess; for 5% of the show he "learns a lesson." You know how your kids pick up on everything they hear... if you let them watch this show, they will be crossing their arms and saying "no fair" every time they don't get their way. It is awful... like this show.
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27 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jennifer on March 20, 2013
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Every time my kids watch this show they start whining and tell me that they can't do anything. Caillou spends the entire show being a whiny brat. And when his parents ask him to do something he whines that he can't do it. But in the last 20 seconds of the show he figures out that he can and is all proud of himself. Since so little time is paid to that, kids only pick up the whiny behavoir. I would say, never let any child watch this show.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Danilavoie on August 27, 2013
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This is not a good show for children. Caillou is a bratty 4-year old who whines until his parents give in to him. Ever since my daughter started watching this, she has copied this behavior. Letting her watch this was a mistake. I DO NOT recommend this to anyone!
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. Snyder on December 30, 2013
Nothing is more irritating than listening to this whiny, little creep pester his way through life. Whether it's losing his car at an ice cream shop, his dinosaur at a museum, his friend's toy at the park--sensing a theme here? Caillou loses things, all the time, and he whines about it. If he doesn't get his way, if he has to wait, if his little sister irritates him, if he loses a race, if his daddy doesn't drive fast enough, if a horse scares him, if he can't go to playschool and put on a finger puppet show, if his cat irritates him, if his mommy doesn't stop reading to take him to the library, if he ruins a library book, if he can't climb on the monkey bars, if he can't tie his shoes, if he can tie his shoes, if he has to go the bathroom, if he gets dirty, if he gets wet, if he gets clean, if he doesn't want to sleep, if he wants to sleep, if he can't go to the party his parents are having...he whines, complains, moans, and groans. And his parents are so unrealistically sweet about all of it, it's disgusting. His parents don't even have names, and neither do any of the other parents, "Clementine's mommy" "Jeffery and Jason's mommy" And then there's that fuzzy white frame that surrounds the show as if the animators didn't want to finish their jobs. Not to mention the gaudy green, yellow, red, and blue everything in the show, the furniture, the stairs, the cars, the backgrounds are all awful to look at. AND Caillou's little trippy fantasies where he imagines he's a fireman, spaceman, pilot, race car driver, dinosaur rider, lion tamer, whatever... This show is just awful and Sprout plays it nonstop until the kids start to like it then they want to watch it all the time. The one good thing about Caillou is that when it's on it means it's time for mommy and daddy to take the kids outside for some exercise.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By cheeto12 on December 3, 2013
we no longer watch this show. Caillou is a pretty awful role model, unless your goal is to teach your children how to whine. Then by all means keep watching it
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26 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan C. Pike on March 12, 2013
...if your goal is to teach your kid to be a whiny, complaining, chore of a child. Caillou is a terrible role model. And a god awful show as well. There's not even a semblance of a plot. Caillou just randomly stumbles from one event to the next, whining "I don't waaaaant tooooo..." or "noooo Rosie!!". It's just sloppy writing. Every first grader knows a story needs a problem to be solved. Every first grader except Caillou, apparently. Probably because he got expelled when his teacher decided she didn't get paid enough to deal with his whining, or his empty- headed bumbling parents who coddle him relentlessly. Anyways... don't let your kids watch Caillou. Cancel this show!
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By BLACKHELLFIRE on December 7, 2013
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Caillou is a whiny little bitch who teaches kids that watch it that it's not fair when you don't get what you want or your own way all the time. Can't stand it. The narrator is just as bad.
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