Entertaining misadventures of a four year old boy named Caillou, where each day he discovers something new and interesting with his mommy, daddy, and Rosie. Between Caillou segments are ... See full summary »
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Series cast summary:
Evan Smirnow ...
 Cailette Singer (74 episodes, 1997-2003)
Ellen David ...
 Miss Martin (68 episodes, 2000-2013)
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 Caillou's Mom / ... (56 episodes, 2000-2013)
Merlee Shapiro ...
 Storyteller / ... (56 episodes, 2000-2013)
Pat Fry ...
 Caillou's Dad / ... (54 episodes, 2000-2013)
Annie Bovaird ...
 Caillou / ... (47 episodes, 2003-2013)
Jesse Vinet ...
 Rosie (46 episodes, 2004-2013)
Bob Stutt ...
 Gilbert (42 episodes, 2000-2013)
Pauline Little ...
 Grandma / ... (31 episodes, 2000-2013)
Melissa Pirrera ...
 Sarah / ... (30 episodes, 2004-2013)
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Entertaining misadventures of a four year old boy named Caillou, where each day he discovers something new and interesting with his mommy, daddy, and Rosie. Between Caillou segments are segments featuring Caillou's pet cat Gilbert, Caillou's teddy bear, Teddy, and Caillou's toy dinosaur, Rexy, in puppet form. The show deals with issues like fear of the dark, patience, being a good friend, being a good sibling, and other important facts of life. Written by Dylan Self <robocoptng986127@aol.com>

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This show stars three girl actresses voicing Caillou, Bryn McCauley, Jaclyn Linetsky until 2003 and then Annie Bovaird. See more »

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Steer Away from this Show!
9 August 2003 | by (Seattle, WA) – See all my reviews

I agree with the other comment about how bad this show is. Caillou is a 4-year-old kid and he does and says lots of bad things. It often takes several minutes of watching the show before he is castigated for it, and by that time, the children watching have forgotten that he did anything bad. Plus, the grandma voiceovers reinforce the badness. An example is that Caillou is supposed to go somewhere with his parents, while the grandma stays at the house and watches the baby. Caillou lays down on the floor and starts throwing a temper tantrum. The grandma voiceover says, "Caillou didn't want to go with his mommy and daddy." Then the parent moseys on in, says, "Caillou, time to go!" He cries and whines a bit, and then the parent says something like, "We're going to stop for ice cream on the way home," and Caillou jumps up, all happy, and goes. I feel this is poor programming to show to young children.

My son likes Caillou, but I won't let him watch it anymore. (He's 3, we stopped watching it when he was 2).

I wrote a nastygram to the Caillou email that's given on the PBS website, and got back a response as follows:

"The premise behind CAILLOU and his adventures is that they reflect the real life experiences and emotions of a 4-year-old child. However, we do take your comments seriously and we will share your concerns with the production team and their child development consultants."

I am sure that Caillou's "emotions" are pretty close to those of a 4-year-old! I'm just not sure that the Caillou adults handle him in an appropriate manner. I don't want my kids to expect the kind of treatment Caillou gets, when they act like he does.

Trivial thing: one of Caillou's stuffed animals is a T. Rex named (predictably) Rexy. Rexy claims that his favorite food is lettuce. If my son grows up thinking that T. Rex ate lettuce, I'm not doing my job as a parent!!

Donna


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