A wacky fun-filled show about a group of aliens who travel the galaxies exploring and getting in and out of danger, all the while teaching young kids ages pre-school through second grade ... See full summary »
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A wacky fun-filled show about a group of aliens who travel the galaxies exploring and getting in and out of danger, all the while teaching young kids ages pre-school through second grade about science and astronomy. The show also promotes tolerance and non-violent conflict resolution. Written by J. Smith

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Intergalactic Brain Fuel

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Animation

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TV-Y
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11 September 2005 (USA)  »

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Great Science show
19 February 2010 | by (Elkton, KY, USA) – See all my reviews

My two year old, Lucian, and one year old, Alastair, love this show. They both really love the opening music, and Lucian really likes Gorga (a dog-like alien). This show follows the adventures of the Zula Patrol, a group of friendly aliens who keep the galaxy safe. Every episode teaches great science-facts in a way that a 5 or 6 year old would be able to easily understand. I just took two college astronomy courses, and I'd learn something new in class, then watch Zula Patrol with my kids and see some of the same topics being explained more clearly than they were in my college books. In addition to science (most--but not all--of which deals with space), the characters in the Zula Patrol also teach respect, kindness, responsibility, and many other admirable qualities. Now for my favorite part... Cam Clarke does most of the voices. (He was Leonardo in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Liquid Snake in Metal Gear Solid, and many many others.) In the Zula Patrol, he does Bula (the commander), Multo (the scientist), and a good chunk of the other male voices in the show (like the planet Saturn). I'm glad that we are lucky enough to get the channel Qubo, which airs Zula Patrol in our area. And I hope it plays for many more years, so my boys can watch it (and benefit from the science facts) when they are school-aged.


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