Go, Diego, Go!

Season 1 Episode 1

Rescue the Red-Eyed Tree Frogs!

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Aired Weekdays 10:30 AM Sep 06, 2005 on Nickelodeon
7.0
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Diego and Alicia find out about tree frogs once Diego learns that there are tree frogs in trouble. Alicia figures out that they are Red-Eyed Tree Frog's, and Diego figures out that the wind blew the tree frogs off of their tree and they are going down the river. Alicia tries to find the tree fogs a new home while Diego and Baby Jaguar try to save them. Along their way, they face several new challenges, such as finding a way to get across a muddy pit, jumping over rolling coconuts, finding their way into a pyramid that the tree frogs went into, and finding their way through the pyramid to get to the tree frogs.moreless

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  • Diego and Baby Jaguar goes to the rescue of 2 Red Eye Frogs from a dangerous river trip.

    7.0
    Here is a spin off from "Dora The Explorer". It is good, but will it take the place that "Dora The Explorer" already did?



    During the first sequence, "Diego" introduces his sister "Alicia" who will teach about the animal in danger. Then "Diego" introduces "Click" a digital camera that will describe the animal sound and the location. Later "Diego" will use a "Rescue Pack" that can become whatever "Diego" needs. The sequence of "Baby Jaguar" speaking, sounds like "Dora" and "Boots". The "Bobos" monkeys, replaces "Swiper The Fox". At the end, both "Diego" and "Alicia" will do a trivia of the animal and then, will place a picture of the animal in the album.



    The sequence of "Rescue Pack," is similar to "Backpack" and "Click" sounds like "The Map". Also the final song, sounds like a carbon copy of the "We Did it" sequence. The series is good, but still I call it a carbon copy of "Dora The Explorer".moreless

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