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Go, Diego, Go! 8 Seasons 2005

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Season 1
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4.7 out of 5 stars (708) IMDb 4.1/10

The adventure begins with the first ten episodes of Go, Diego, Go! Join Diego in the Latin American rainforest as he races to the rescue of animal friends like the sloth, red-eyed tree frogs, scarlet macaws, and more.

Starring:
Constanza Sperakis, Jake T. Austin
Original air date:
September 12, 2005

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Season 1
1. Chinta the Baby Chincilla

Uh oh, Chinta the Baby Chinchilla is lost! She's hanging on a tree branch over a river and could fall -- and chinchillas don't swim!

CC TV-Y September 8, 2005 24 minutes
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2. Diego Saves the Mommy and Baby Sloth

Sammy the Sloth is visiting Diego at the Animal Rescue Center when a call for help comes in.

CC TV-Y September 8, 2005 24 minutes
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3. Diego Saves Baby Humpback Whale

"Aroo ah! Aroo ah!" A baby humpback whale is beached on a rocky island and can't get back into the ocean!

CC TV-Y September 9, 2005 24 minutes
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4. Rescue of Red-Eyed Tree Frogs!

"Help us, help us!" sing two little red-eyed tree frogs, who have fallen in the river and are heading for a waterfall.

CC TV-Y September 6, 2005 24 minutes
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5. The Mommy Macaw

Alicia calls in from the rainforest -- she's found a scarlet macaw nest with a little macaw and a baby egg but no Mommy Macaw!

CC TV-Y September 16, 2005 24 minutes
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6. Three Little Condors

Diego and Alicia have found a Mommy and Daddy Condor for three little condors at the Animal Rescue Center.

CC TV-Y September 13, 2005 24 minutes
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7. Pepito's Penguin School

Diego and Alicia are studying penguins on Antarctica. She takes off in her yellow submarine, leading the penguins to their new schools.

CC TV-Y September 14, 2005 24 minutes
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8. Linda the Llama Saves Carnival

"Samba, Samba, Samba!" It's Carnival, the biggest fiesta in the entire world!

CC TV-Y October 10, 2005 24 minutes
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9. Rainforest Race

Today is the rainforest race, and animals have come from all over to compete: a puma team, a howler monkey team, and a spectacled bear team.

CC TV-Y September 15, 2005 24 minutes
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10. Journey to Jaguar Mountain

Baby Jaguar wants to impress his Mommy and climb to the top of Jaguar Mountain, but only BIG jaguars have ever made it to the very top!

CC TV-Y September 12, 2005 24 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Director Katie McWane
Starring Constanza Sperakis, Jake T. Austin
Supporting actors Angela Bennett, Giana Figueroa, Khatia Flores, Rosie Perez, Roger Pretto, Keeler Sandhaus, Jose Zelaya
Season year 2005
Network Nick Jr.
Producers Jeff DeGrandis, Cathy Galeota, Chris Gifford, Katie McWane, Valerie Walsh, Miken Wong
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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It's good for the little ones, they can learn two or three words but even they get bored very quickly
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Go Diego, Go is one of those shows that goes the extra mile for the benefit of your child. It is so much more that just an entertaining cartoon. Diego teaches diversity. Each episode is a journey, with lessons in almost every major academic subject area: geography, history, science, math, vocabulary, English and Espanol, social studies, biology, and much more. It is impossible for your child to walk away from Diego without learning something. Bravo Diego! And Go Diego Go!
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While this series isn't quite as painful for an adult to overhear as, say Dora, it's still formulaic and not actually fun to watch with your child like, say, Thomas, Chuggington, Peg + Cat, Creative Galaxy, etc.

One thing that's particularly annoying is that the character is *always* shouting urgently. This makes it very jarring on an adult's nerves even when not watching with your child.

For all that, our toddler does love the show, and he's seen pretty much all the other shows I've mentioned enough times to be bored with them (yeah, that many times).
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Really, all I can go by is that my grandson keeps asking me to watch Deigo. I don't sit and watch it with him but I can hear him calling out the answers to Diego's questions and when it over he wants to watch another. I have seen a few episodes and I like how they get the child involved and it is actually a teaching show. So they are not just sitting numbly spaced out watching cartoons. One time I purposely called out the wrong answer and he corrected me! Great. I was just checking to make sure he was understanding. He is 2 1/2 years.
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My children, ages 1 and 3, watch very little television. The goal is to watch 0-2 hours a day – max. This show is fun and educational. Even compared to “Dora” this show seems to cover more science, and Spanish. So, nice, early introduction to science and a second language. Our children are learning sign language and Spanish, and this show is helpful. Also, nice to shoe Diego running, jumping, snowboarding, etc. Lots of exercise.
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The show introduces kids to animals and their habitats. My two and a half year old really enjoys it and tries to answer the questions they pose at the end of the episode. I think it's OK, but usually prefer shows that teach reading and math.
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My twin granddaughters just celebrated their third birthday and I wanted to expose them more to the Spanish language. They speach Chinese from their mother and her family, English from their father, my son, and his friends, but because I am not as consistent with my Spanish with them I decided to use the Diego Go series. They absolutely love them. They get excited to hear the Spanish and repeat them along with those in the videos and they have learned so much about the forest and the importance of protecting the animals that live there. They try really hard to be on their best behavior so "grandma" will let them see at least one episode a night. Thank you on their behave for a great program for children.
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The kids love this and it's a great show. I can stand watching it with them. I highly recommend this show.
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