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Little Lulu is the first-ever animated stand-up comic. Her best friend Annie is always there for her, and Lulu always has arguments with Tubby and the boys in his club. They are always tricking each other and get into crazy adventures in school, in the neighbourhood and in the park. Written by
This isn't a bad show. I watch it on Family Channel at Lunchtime because there is nothing else on then. (I'm a teenager you see, I still watch kid shows). But this one isn't bad. It's about a lil' girl named LULU and her friends: Annie, Tubby, Iggy and some others. They get into adventures which are non-offensive for kids, but not too sissy and flowery for a kids show. In some episodes they have little Boys vs. Girls "Wars" (best lemonade stand, Snowball fights, Picnic Ambush), But some young boys might be offended because the Girls always win. But One thing: i'm not sure what time this is supposed to be set in, because they have modern technology and shows and stuff, but they are dressed like kids in the 30's style clothes. (Eg. Some of the boys have the caps with the rolled up pants with the long socks) and they have the "West Side Boys" and they call the group "The Fella's". I'm not sure what to think. I think they could have made the time zone more clear: The 30's or the present day? Oh..And um...Good show too. Rating: 7/10
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