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Jessica D. Stone,
Johnny is a musician who moves to a house in the woods in order to work on his music. Once he arrives, however, he discovers that this is not just any house! His solitude is subsequently disturbed by two magical creatures called Sprites. The Sprites, Ginger and Basil, then learn life lessons from Johnny (in the form of a musical number). Occasionally, Johnny's cranky neighbor, Mrs. Moldystew, peeks across the fence to chastise him for being noisy! Written by
Johnny (aka John Tartaglia) was in the Broadway cast of Avenue Q. avenueq.com it's a hilarious Sesame Street-meets-real life (plus Gary Coleman) show.
I just found it funny that a guy who is on the Disney channel was in such a risqué Broadway show.
Not that there's anything at all wrong with that, I think both are entertaining in their own ways, I'v got kids, so they're big JatS fans, but now I won't be able to stop giggling thinking of Avenue Q.
With songs like "The Internet is for Porn", "Everyone's a little bit racist", "My Girlfriend (who lives in Canada)", and "If You Were Gay" playing in your head, it makes watching an innocent Disney show weird.
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