Oobi

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Noggin (ended 2005)

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Oobi
7.0
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Oobi is a Parents' Choice Gold Award-winning television series that stars a cast of bare-hand puppets with eyes and accessories. It focuses on the stage in a young child's life when everything in his or her world, from building a block tower to making cookies, is new and incredible. 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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  • Let me tell y'all bout Oobi...

    8.5
    All my friends practically worshipped this show when they were little kids, so whenever it comes up in a conversation, they beg me to watch it. They finally got me to watch one on Youtube, where Oobi tells the other Oobies a story about some hand-asaurs who help another hand-asaur find her house. It was so mf stupid, but these Oobies are hilarious. Recommended for easily amused toddlers and anyone who's stoned af.moreless
  • Noggin...

    7.5
    I decided to take a trip down memory lane yesterday and watch a bunch of old Noggin/Nick Junior shows... This and Lazy Town were my favorites. That one guy with the hat and Grampu (Grandpu?) were the best.
  • Weird in a good way.

    8.0
    Whatever happened to kiddie shows that weren't made just to sell toys? I remember getting a pair of goggle eyes and pretending that my hand was Oobi. That's hours of entertainment right there.
  • Creepy show.

    1.0
    Just googly eyes glued on a hand. Creepy as hell so I hate it. Fuck Oobi! And also, what kind of name is Oobi?! Thank god this load of bullshit was cancelled.
  • Kids' TV favorite

    10
    Back when my son was in preschool, he loved Oobi. Now he's in college, but when I came across an image of this show, it brought me back. It's a shame Nickelodeon did away with Noggin, because today's youth aren't given the chances to watch quality programming like this anymore. In fact, I can't think of a single puppet program currently on the air! I've always thought going back to the basics of storytelling (including the use of puppetry) is the best way to tell stories.moreless
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Kids

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Preschoolers, Infants & Toddlers