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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 13, 2014
My kids love it and it's not annoying! My one year old loves Yo Gabba. His older brother gets into it to. It's the best thing since Sesame Street.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on June 10, 2015
My son loves watching this show and now it's no longer on Prime. Very disappointed this morning. Hopefully you don't take his other shows away with no notice. This is my main use my Prime subscription.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on December 26, 2013
My son loves this show!! It entertains while teaching lessons and the music is fun and upbeat. Very colorful and cute.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on December 26, 2013
Great show for kids. The guest stars are amazing and the songs are catchy. Educational and fun. My favorite part are the celebrities they get to be in this hokey (in a good way) show.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on December 22, 2013
I have a 2 1/2 year old daughter that loves this show. If she doesn't see it during her meals she may not eat. I watch it on my iPad.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on September 6, 2012
Baby likes this show and he also loves the Curious Buddies which are really cool. Another good one is 123 Count With Me - by Sesame Street.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
This show absolutely mesmerizes my 3 year old granddaughter as well as her 8 month old brother (the visuals are very well done). Recently when she didn't want to try a new food I reminded her that the motto on the show is don't say you don't like it until you try it. That worked.
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on August 4, 2013
My grandchildren love Yo Gabba Gabba and I do too. I have yet to a single negative aspect to the show. Other Nick Jr shows each have at least one or two negatives--sarcastic characters, examples of bad behavior that go unexplained--but Gabba has nothing.

Yo Gabba Gabba offers kind and positive stories and characters. Each episode follows a serial flow that keeps toddlers like my two- and three-year-old grandchildren fixated on the show. They've learned the aspects so well that when something they are familiar with happens, they jump from the couch to dance, run, make faces, listen to sounds, or shake the sillies out.

Moreover, Gabba speaks to me as a child of the 80s in its musical cues and cast members like Mark Mothersbaugh from DEVO. Each show features a musical guest (The Super Music Friend Show is ON! Listening and dancing to music is A W E S O M E!) and is the kind of alternative music that I personally like. The songs and dances (It's Dancey-Dance time!) conform to the episode's theme (Friends, Happy, School, etc.) and each episode has a story time segment as well as little cutaways that show kids dancing who shout their names and claim they "like to dance!"

It's 24 minutes of joy.

My grandson Sam (3 1/2) has loved the show since he was an infant and he adores Muno and Brobee. In fact, we took Sam to a live Gabba show and it was every bit the joy we imagined.

My grandaughter Katy (2) has only recently shown love for the show, attaching herself to Foofah and Brobee. I plan to take her too to a live show.

Of course, I've invested in t-shirts, PJs, stuffed toys, and Beanie Babies featuring the cast of characters. The kids simply love them.

If you want a show that creates no bad habits in children like SpongeBob and other animated shows might, check out Yo Gabba Gabba (the name comes from a lyric in a Ramones song). You and your kids will love it.
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on October 7, 2013
If it were solely up to me, I would give this show -5 stars. Yes, not 1, not 0, but negative 5. It is that bad for an adult, probably one of the most torturing experiences yet when it comes to toddler tunes. That said, for whatever reason, my kid loves it, so much so that at age two, he asks for it specifically and it was one of his first shows that he knew the name of. I really like Sesame Street and Mickey Mouse Clubhouse much better, both in what it teaches and because I just think they are far better shows, but, I can't deny results, and this show just speaks to kids. It also "attempts" to teach things along the way (not anywhere near as well as Sesame and Mickey), which I always prefer if I'm going to show my child at this young age a TV show. So, based just on my child's perspective, I give it four stars. But god, what a painful god awful four stars... If you're a parent and you haven't shown your kid this show yet, please resist at all costs, because otherwise, you too might get stuck watching this. You've been warned.
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on September 22, 2013
Yo Gabba Gabba Season 1 is awesome! This was the first show my son was actually engaged for any length of time. I'm guessing it's the unique sounds of their voices, songs and sounds effects, but this show is magical! I plop my kindle fire down in front of my son (now 1yr) while in his highchair or pack n play & he's entertained while I tidy up, cook, eat, etc. I have to admit that I get tired of their voices after a little while, but the magic content is so high, I have to give this 5 stars. My son loves this show so much more than all the other shows & it's very unique. Lots of music, catchy songs (Don't Bite Your Friends!) & the cameos by celebs makes it fun for mom & dad too. There are also a lot of different media used-cartoons, larger than life sets, singing food, etc. The characters all have different personalities & there are lessons learned throughout. The songs do get stuck in your head, but at least you'll have funny thoughts throughout your day!
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