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I remember as a younger male, the show hadn't much appeal- it was about some girl, there didn't seem to be explosions, etc. But i've been watching it lately and it is brilliant. Pippi Longstocking has a great absurdish, cheerful, wonderful way about herself, insulting fogey town council people and disregarding rules etc. The starting theme song is awesome if you imagine it with enough energy and enough pirates or whatever you need- the initial 'What shall we do today?' is answered with a chorus of 'WHAT SHALL WE DO TODAY', its so full of energy and awesomeness.
I recommend watching it again to everybody, and do it in the right mood for adventure and wonderfulness.
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