Peep, Chirp, and Quack explore the "Big Wide World" around them, leading to mischief and adventures.
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Peep, Chirp, and Quack explore the "Big Wide World" around them, leading to mischief and adventures.

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Peep and Chirp have their genders swapped in the series, in the original shorts, Peep was female and Chirp was male See more »

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Spun-off from Peep and the Big Wide World (1988) See more »

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Peep Rocks!
6 February 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The funniest, smartest & cutest kid's show to come along in a LONG time!!!! A wonderful way to show science to the little ones that is totally entertaining and never complicated.

Quack is my favorite, with his "duck wisdom" sayings. He's funny, sometimes stubborn, but always his heart is in the right place. Chirp is smart and is the balance to Quack, but Chirp doesn't know it all yet and that leads to fun discoveries with Peep. Peep is the wide eyed-innocent, newly hatched chick and is sweet, but isn't sickening sweet--he sees things as they are when first seeing them:curious & without prejudice.

The animation is simple enough when it comes to Quack (a big blue EGG shaped duck) with a hat (HILARIOUS!) and I like that he and Peep do not have "hands" or wings--they have to find other ways to do things--like using their feet, bodies and heads.

We tape this show for my 4 year old and we, the adults, are the ones to watch it! You will like it too!


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