Oobi

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Noggin (ended 2007)

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Oobi
7.0
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Oobi is a Parents' Choice Gold Award-winning television series airing on Noggin. Oobi, a bare-hand puppet (with eyes and accessories) focuses on the stage in a young child's life when everything in his or her world is new and incredible. Oobi is a show about wonder. It speaks to the stage in a young child's life when everything is new and incredible: building a block tower, making cookies. Oobi is a show about children's first awkward attempts at mastery and meaning. It's a show about the everyday revelations.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • My Childhood!

    10
    Brings back some great childhood memories.
  • Love this show

    10
    Best show on Noggin.
  • Stuuuuuuuuuuuuuuupid!!!

    1.0
    WTH is this piece of green poop?? The characters are so frickin ugly!
  • I have a question for all u 'moms' that think this is 'creative'...

    1.0
    ok, so what is so creative about hands that have eyes glued onto them that speak like hulk and don't teach anything??? hmm???????!!!

    (i still watch it with my friends to laugh at its stupidity and make fun of it though)
  • What the heck is this?

    5.0
    I'm guessing somebody was finding missing pieces from a Mr. Potato Head one day, put the eyes between the middle and ring finger, and thought this was a good idea for a kids show. This show was also made by Josh Selig, who makes tolerable or mediocre kids shows. This is one of the more mediocre ones. The plots are just basic. They aren't that appealing. The grammar in this show is terrible! I mean, the hand people sound more like The Hulk compared to the audience! "Oobi hit ball with this stick!" "You help Oobi?" Geez, did they hire a little kid to write the script? I'm pretty sure that's illegal, but whatever.moreless
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Kids

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Preschoolers, Infants & Toddlers