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Yo Gabba Gabba 4 Seasons 2008

Season 1
4.7 out of 5 stars (1,032) IMDb 7/10

Jump into DJ Lance Rock's magic beat box for fantastic, musical adventures in Season 1 of Yo Gabba Gabba! You won't be able to sit still as your friends in Gabba Land sing about everything from sharing to imagination to car trips!

Starring:
David Crespin, Adam Deibert
Original air date:
May 23, 2008

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Season 1
1. Eat

The characters learn the fun of eating vegetables and healthy meals; from "Party in my Tummy" and "Snacky Snack Snack" where the vegetables plead to participate, to "Try it you'll Like it." Guest Stars: Elijah Wood

CC TV-Y August 19, 2007 24 minutes
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2. Summer

All the characters in Gabba Land use the outdoors and friends to capture the happiness of summertime. Guest Stars: The Aquabats

CC TV-Y August 20, 2007 23 minutes
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3. Fun

All the Gabba characters learn different ways to have fun. Eating your breakfast is a great way. The characters learn to eat the healthy portions: eggs and fruit. Guest Stars: The Aggrolites and Roy Ellis

CC TV-Y August 21, 2007 23 minutes
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4. Dance

The music and the activities in the Dance episode are specific to participating with the Gabba characters throughout the entire show. Guest Star: Hector Jiminez "Jumping Jellyfish song"

CC TV-Y August 22, 2007 23 minutes
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5. Sleep

In this episode all the characters learn to use different ideas and the benefits of napping and sleeping. Guest Star: Smoosh

CC TV-Y August 26, 2007 23 minutes
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6. Happy

The Happy episode doesn't shy away from losing a game or being sad, but teaches the characters how to overcome moment of feeling sad. Guest Stars: The Salteens

CC TV-Y August 27, 2007 24 minutes
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7. Friends

In this episode the characters learn how friends play a large part in the way we feel about others and themselves. Songs teach the characters who their friends are and how to have fun with them. Guest Star: Mya

CC TV-Y August 28, 2007 24 minutes
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8. Careful

This episode is the characters learn to be safe in all they do, like in the "Danger" and "Up and Down" songs, but just as important, learn how to pick themselves up and try it again in "Shake it Off." Guest Stars: Supernova

CC TV-Y August 29, 2007 23 minutes
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9. Scary

The upbeat music and befriending animations bring an endearing quality to the many things the characters don't like, including foods. Guest Star: Leslie Hall "Razzle Dazzle"

CC TV-Y September 26, 2007 24 minutes
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10. Halloween

It's time for the characters to dress up in outrageous costumes and take part in gathering their own private stash of candy. Guest Stars: Shiny Toy Guns

CC TV-Y October 28, 2007 24 minutes
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11. Greetings

The characters learn how to greet different people, while bringing fun new ways to introduce yourself. Guest Star: Nikki Flore, "Twirly Whirly"

CC TV-Y September 24, 2007 23 minutes
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12. Move

This isn't about moving locations it's about locomotion and all the different ways to enjoy movement. Guest Star: Tony Hawk

CC TV-Y September 23, 2007 24 minutes
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13. Together

Many times discovery is done individually, but in this episode the characters learn to enjoy discovery with another person. Guest Stars: The Wolfgramms

CC TV-Y September 25, 2007 23 minutes
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14. Christmas

So much of Christmas is wrapped up in what we receive, but this episode is more about giving. The characters learn to embody the generous spirit of the season, making it fun to give. Guest Star: Snow Princess Claymation

CC TV-Y December 20, 2007 23 minutes
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15. Car

It's time for the characters to going for a ride in a car. The characters are taught about safety and traveling. Guest Stars: Sugarland "Electric Eel"

CC TV-Y November 25, 2007 24 minutes
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16. Share

In this episode the characters have no concept of what is theirs or how to share even if it's not theirs to play with. Guest Stars: Cornelius

CC TV-Y November 26, 2007 24 minutes
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17. Find

Imagination leads to discovery as the characters uncover many things that may be different or frightening. Guest Stars: Sean Kingston "Mini Spinny"

CC TV-Y November 27, 2007 24 minutes
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18. Train

Not only does Train focus on the joy of riding on trains, but it also shows the characters that it's okay to be scared. Guest Stars: Laila Ali "The Dog"

CC TV-Y November 28, 2007 23 minutes
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19. Love

We know that our parents, friends and family love us but what about the other things that surround us? Guest Stars: The Postmarks

CC TV-Y February 13, 2008 24 minutes
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20. Imagine

The best part of discovery is using your imagination, and in this episode discovering their imagination opens the world. Guest Stars: The Shins

CC TV-Y May 22, 2008 23 minutes
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Product Details

Genres Kids & Family
Director Scott Schultz
Starring David Crespin, Adam Deibert
Supporting actors Christian Jacobs, Lindsey Kraus, Biz Markie, Mark Mothersbaugh, Erin Pearce, Lance Robertson, Amos Watene, Elijah Wood
Season year 2008
Network NICKELODEON
Producers Jon Berrett, Justin Lyon, Samson Madsen, Irene Oncley, Ritamarie Peruggi, Charles Rivkin
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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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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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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By Angela Keefer on December 26, 2013
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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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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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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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My toddler can't get enough of Yo Gabba Gabba! A lovvable group of colorful characters--Muno, Foofa, Toodee, Brobee, and Plex--are animated by the show's emcee, DJ Lance Rock, who brings them to life using his imagination. The show is almost entirely music based, which keeps children happily engaged and moving...no couch potatoes allowed when Gabba is on. My husband and I love the show, too, with its frequent nods at 70s and 80s pop culture, and original music that is heavily influenced by those decades. Big-name actors and musicians frequently appear as well. The educational aspect of the show is spot on, teaching children all types of life lessons. I highly recommend this show, because as DJ Lance always says, "Listening and dancing to music is AWESOME!!"
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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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Sophia has begun to really express herself to music through singing and dancing! She is also putting 4 and 5 worded sentences together and her language and musical skills are developing wonderfully. I sit and watch the episodes with her so that I can see if this show is truly kid-friendly and I must say that I am impressed. The themes, characters, dialogue, and concepts are consistent and each episode has a way of captivating toddlers' attention with both education and entertainment. She doesn't care for cartoons, but likes puppets and movies/shows/books about animals - so she took to the characters right away.

Yes, Sesame Street has the same method, but it is a rather rigid program for a bubbly, energetic two-year old. SS will be appropriate in about 2-3 years.

I plan to buy Seasons 1-3 very soon!
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