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My 8 year-old daughter loves the old Pink Panther cartoons. She has all 6 DVDs. She likes the Inspector. But she isn't too much of a fan of the Ant and the Aardvark.
However, we just watched the new Pink Panther and Pals. She's the one who gave it a "10." She thinks it is better than the old stuff. That's a bit of a debate on my part. But, we did set the DVR to record all the new episodes, so we won't miss them.
Pink Panther and Pals is fun. Fun for the whole family. So, don't worry whether you you enjoy the old episodes or not. Watch this one for its own merits.
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