In this television show for babies, the four colourful Teletubbies coo and play in idyllic Teletubbyland. They repeat fun, infant-pleasing activities such as rolling on the ground, laughing, running about, and watching real children on the televisions on their bellies. Mysterious pinwheels and telephones rise out of the meadow to loosely direct the day's activities. The Sun, featuring a baby's face, comments on the proceedings with baby noises, and it rises and sets to begin and end the show.
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Did You Know?
The episode Teletubbies: See-Saw
(1997) attracted controversy when it first aired due to the sketch involving the bear and the lion. Many parents complained that the sketch frightened their young children due to the uncanny appearances of the two animals as well as the scary dialogue, music, and voices featured in the sketch. Due to this, the episode was banned in some countries, and a new edited sketch featuring the bear and lion was made. This one featured more humorous and light-hearted content. The edited sketch first appeared in the episode Teletubbies: Asian Storyteller (The Fox)
(2001). See more
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