Nick Jr. Favorites - Vol. 4
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- Six episodes: Rapido, Tico! (Dora the Explorer); Pirate Treasures (The Backyardigans); 100th Episode Celebration! (Blue's Clues); Prince Stingy (LazyTown); Racing Time-All Tied Up (Little Bill); Max Cleans Up-Max's Cuckoo Clock-Ruby's Jewelry Box (Max & Ruby)
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A great selection from this wonderful, colorful, musical Nelvana serie that will soon be featuring more new episodes on Nick Jr. In this absolutely classic episode, the Backyardigans pretend to be pirates, and as everyone knows, pirates say "arr." Like most of the episodes of the show --- this one features four of the characters, and this is one where they're split up into two groups. Captains Uniqua and Austin hunt for treasure, followed closely by Captains Pablo and Tyrone. Both pirate teams have half a map --- but with only half each, how will either find the treasure?
100th Episode Celebration
A great choice. This celebration episode consists in large part of clips from past episodes, but it's well put together. It also features a special visit from Steve. He's wearing a top-hat in this episode --- nobody knew it at the time, but as recently announced in the behind-the-scenes special, one of the main reasons for him leaving the show was that he was losing his hair. This special was a perfect way to have him back on for a bit, and the hat, of course, appeared perfectly normal!
This was one of the few episodes of the program I hadn't seen, so I was pleased that it was on this DVD. When Stingy fantasizes about being a prince, Robbie Rotten concocts a scheme to make his dream come true. But Robbie's rotten plan comes with some strings attached --- such as making up rules to get rid of that "blue elf" --- *FOREVER!!!Read more ›
The reason we bought this one is because it seems to be the only way to obtain the Pirate Treasure episode of the Backyardigans - Super Episode for the little Backyard Aliens.
It introduced my kids to Sportacus, and weird as Lazy Town is, I like him as a hero (he eats right, goes to sleep early, plays fair and is a super hero, what more can we ask?)
I like the fact that it allows for a 'play all' option... what I do not like is the Blues Clues episode. It's the 100th episode party, so there is no coherent lesson in it. My kids don't seem to mind, but I don't like it. Why show a bunch of clips to children with short attention spans? ISn't one of the ideas to help them lengthen their attention span and learn a bit of critical thinking?? But like I say, the kids have not complained.
Good way to learn about new higher quality shows - like Ruby and Max and Little Bill...
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Kids love it. The entire collection is very hard to find so we are lucky that we got our hands on all 6 volumes.Published 20 months ago by Douda
I love the Nick Jr. Favorites! They keep my kids busy and it's always something new!!!
I would recommend them to anyone who has children who like Nick shows!!!
My son loves the variety that's on the DVD, he gets to watch 6 different movies all in one. Seller sent fast.Published on January 23, 2013 by DARLA GRACE