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I may as well get in on this New Zoo Review wagon and here are my thoughts of that show. I used to watch it when it aired on WUTV which is now Fox from Buffalo which may had aired on a Saturday afternoon and the first episode I saw was when Emmy Jo was stubborn for some reason I can't recall. In any case Emmy Jo was quite a lady back in her day and 30 some years later she may have Grey hairs right now. The New Zoo Review was a very interesting program that may had one of the most weirdest animal characters in TV history and the that winner goes out to Freddy the Frog. This Frog person in todays politically incorrect fad would be labeled retarded to today's kids but back in the day he was another animal character of a children's television that no one would judge on. He may have been the most focal character on the show besides Doug & Emmy Joe that had the most color personality on screen. I'm sure every child seem to like Freddy because he was the most fantasized favorite every kid like to be with. Besides Freddy's antics you got Charlie the Owl & Henrietta the hippo that also brought values and beliefs to the show which at times it need to be serious on various issues. It's also great to know that the show is now available on DVD which every parent may watch with their child to take you back to a different era when Children's programs were something to watch that made sense.
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