Bananas In Pajamas

ABC1 Premiered Jan 01, 1992 In Season


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Bananas In Pajamas

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This television series, Bananas in Pajamas, is about two giant, child-like bananas, B1 and B2. They are good friends and companions. Together they live on Cuddles Lane, with their friends, the Teddy Bears: Amy, Morgan, and Lulu, the Rat-in-a-Hat, and various other critters. The bananas are constantly teasing the Teddy Bears (the bears know that it is all in fun), but those silly bananas are always able foil the Rat's sly tricks. B1 and B2 are typically mischievous; however, they are always ready to fight for a good cause. Theme Song Lyrics Bananas in pajamas are coming down the stairs, Bananas in pajamas are coming down in pairs, Bananas in pajamas are chasing teddy bears, 'Cause on Tuesdays they all try to catch them unawares!

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  • Mary-Anne Henshaw

    Mary-Anne Henshaw

    Lulu (1992-1993)

    Shane McNamara

    Shane McNamara

    Rat-in-a-Hat (1992- )

    Nicholas Opolski

    Nicholas Opolski

    B-2 (1992- )

    Duncan Wass

    Duncan Wass

    B-1 (1992-1993)

    Emma de Vries

    Emma de Vries

    Maggie (1994- )/Tolstoy (1994 - )

    Jeremy Scrivener

    Jeremy Scrivener

    Morgan (1992- )

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    • It's an infestation

      It has recently been brought to my attention that in this children's television program, the ownership of the shop is reserved to an over sized rat. This is atrociously unhygienic, have you not heard of the black plague!? Positions in retail outlets must be allocated to organisms of hospital grade cleanliness. I advise that Rat acquire a position more suitably tailored to his species, a plumber or sewerage handler would be perfect! Please rectify this issue immediately as it demonstrates poor hygiene standards to the young target audience.moreless
    • Why do this!

      You've spoilt my childhood, why is it animated! You've made it all cartoony! FIX UP!
    • Bananas in Pyjamas FTW

      I love this show! It may be weird but that's just part of its appeal. The bananas are adorable, and the teddies are too! I would recommend this show to anybody whose a child, a child at heart, or someone who really like bananas.

    •'re telling me I actually didn't imagine watching this show?!

      For years I thought this was just some weird mental image that my child mind created. Large bananas in striped pajamas? And the theme song I still find myself singing randomly? A month or so ago, I finally couldn't take it any longer. I looked it up...And It actually was a childrens' program! Then a whole bunch of memories came back. Like how I used to own a pluff of one of the fellas. Found an old VHS of a few recorded episodes, down in the basement, so I rewatched it...It wasn't such a bad show. The idea must have been created in some intoxicating way...But I like it, still. A cute show.moreless
    • Good for turning the channel.

      Even as a kid, I hated this show. There are some kids that used to like it, but there are those who feel the same as me in saying that this show was awful. It wasn't even close to being sub-par in terms of being educational. There wasn't much value into this show and that is probably why it got canned. I also thought that the two stupid bananas were creepy. They just made cringe. Honestly, who thinks of two walking, talking bananas? How is that educational or entertaining? It is just creepy! And then there were those annoying bears! Don't get me started. Thank you.moreless

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    Comedy, Kids


    los angeles california, Puppets, Preschoolers, Infants & Toddlers