Dive into the fin-tastic fourth season of Bubble Guppies! Join your underwater friends they team up to build Bubble Puppy the best doghouse ever, explore hairstyles in a double-length episode, help a princess learn manners, head to outer space, and more!
When the evil robot Major Bummer tries to eliminate music from the galaxy, pop Princess Molly joins forces with sci-fi versions of the Guppies to restore peace, harmony, and melody! Will they reach the Bubblestar in time?
The Guppies hit the road to see a concert by Stylee, a singing sensation known for her fabulous styles! They'll travel by land, sea, and air-and encounter lots of new styles along the way-to get to the arena on time.
Happy Halloween! Molly, Gil, and the rest of the Guppies are picking out costumes, trick-or-treating, and turning their classroom into a haunted house! It'll have to be really spooky if they want to scare Mr. Grumpfish!
Temple of the lost puppy is pretty good but most of the others are not as good as previous seasons. They have kinda phoned it in on the songs and education of the show. That's the way most TV shows go. We still like and approve of Bubble Guppies way more than a lot of the shows on.
The stories and dialog are way beyond preschool learning in the more recent episodes; the stories were much more basic when the series started -- it's like the episodes are trying to keep up with the growth of their original fans. But my toddler grandson still enjoys it, and there are funny bits and hooks to keep adults from losing their minds watching it, unlike Barney the Dinosaur and others of days gone by. "Space Guppies" has fun nods to real sci-fi, and George Takei lends his voice to the antagonist of the show. The stories mostly follow the same formula with lots of familiar scenes, introductions, and transitions, so that's good for young viewers. Very nicely done series overall. The songs are quite catchy and like the dialog have some hooks to keep adults' brains from bolting for the door.
CUTE, CUTE, CUTE! This little animated series is absolutely adorable. My granddaughters just love it. It's so clever; the lessons are actually well laid out as to actually be learn-able (unlike so many supposedly educational animated shows); the character's voices are as cute as can be; and the songs are amazingly catchy. I just wish they sold the soundtrack!
This is the last season of bubble Guppies and it is the shortest season. This season does have some of the best music - it does bring songs in from the old seasons too.
I know bubble Guppies doesn't make the most sense, being underwater and still having rain and puddles, etc. But it really is a cute and wholesome show. No worse on the confusing level than talking cars I suppose.
My son loves this show more than I love ice cream. Not just any ice cream, but the premium hide it from your wife kind. He can be in the foulest mood and on the verge of tears and tantrums, and then the theme kicks on and he smiles and heads for the TV. One of his first sentences was a reaction he had when the show desynced due to a network issue. My wife asked him "What happened?" And he said clear as could be "I don't know?" I love the themes in the show and the fact they can be cornball an corny without going Spongebob no rules pants.
Healthy social dynamics, nice stories that adhere tightly to the theme mentioned in each episode description, and positive vibes throughout. For our limited screentime household, this was the first modern show I approved.
My toddler and I love bubble guppies! The songs are catchy and I like that the show often engages kids with questions. "what's your favorite color?" "Have you been there before?" "which one has ____? Right! This one!" My toddler loves to point at things she recognizes and dances to all of the cute songs.