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I remember watching this show in the mornings when I was 7 or 8. I remember the Landers sisters, Huggabug, Oopsie Daisy, and Bumble bee. This show was really fun to listen to because the songs that they would sing and the really cool adventures they get to do. This show had always talk about having good self-esteem.....my favorite songs are I'm Glad I'm Me, Science is Extraordinary, and Hip-Hop Dancing on the Moon. Especially when the Landers sisters are rapping. God, I really do miss this shows. That's probably why 1995 is just so great....they had really fun neat shows to watch. I just wish they could put it back on air, though. I don't really remember seeing any episodes from 1999-2001 because I don't recall that is was still on PBS back then. I really really miss the old days. The old days was soooooooooooooooooooo much better than these stupid, disgusting days!!!!!
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