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Tracey Lee Smythe,
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Brook Jenell Slack,
Gina Marie Tortorici
Like Stanley, this is yet another Disney creation that is fantastic. Take the theme music for example - great music actually! Then, JoJo, which is a sweet loveable clown that is very interactive with her viewers, asking them to participate in lessons on everything from exercise to just about anything kids like. Jojo's circus has a cool look to it, lots of colors, high quality animation that looks like "claymation", and based on not just Jojo but her extended family and friends within a clown town. This show continually strives to get kids to not only learn but actively particpate in the "lesson" for each show. I love the show's opening theme, and I wasn't surprised when I heard that it's covered by at least one well known rock band.
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