Tomfoolery (1970– )

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Tomfoolery was an animated cartoon series based on the nonsense poetry of Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll. There were several recurring characters, including the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo from the ... See full summary »

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Tomfoolery was an animated cartoon series based on the nonsense poetry of Edward Lear and Lewis Carroll. There were several recurring characters, including the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo from the Lear poem "The Courtship of the Yonghy-Bonghy-Bo." Written by Jay Bowden <j.bowden@ieee.org>

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Only funny song remembered from this show
19 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

My family LOVED this program! I've only ever seen it when it originally aired, so there is just one song from it I remember completely. That was the large alligator-like creature that walked along saying "Lippity-kip, Lippity-kip, my only name's the SCREDUNGULOUS PIP!" and after him would be a parade of silly animals and creatures including a grasshopper hopping along in a little top hat and tailcoat!! Also there were the crazy recipes on it like "Pot Roast", where peanut butter was smeared on to a pot and roasted! There was always a choice of cooking time offered, like "Bake at 300 degrees for 2 days or 2 degrees for 300 days!". I believe the above recipe was eventually fed to a goat!


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