Bob the Builder and his machine team are ready to tackle any project. Bob and the Can-Do Crew demonstrate the power of positive thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and follow-through. The ...
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Each episode followed the adventures of three classroom pets - Linny the Guinea Pig (Sofie Zamchick), Ming-Ming Duckling (Danica Lee), and Turtle Tuck (Teala Dunn) - who travel around the ... See full summary »
An intrepid band of explorers roam the oceans in search of adventure and fun. Led by a valiant polar bear and a daredevil kitten, these eight talented critters are always ready to embark on an exciting new mission.
Bob the Builder and his machine team are ready to tackle any project. Bob and the Can-Do Crew demonstrate the power of positive thinking, problem-solving, teamwork, and follow-through. The team always shows that "The Fun Is In Getting It Done!" Bob the Builder can be seen building, digging, and hauling.Written by
There was fan outrage after the art style of the show was changed to CGI over classic stop motion. The Independent Film Association of Schools in Ireland even went as far as to say "the amount of stop motion animation being replaced by CG is overwhelmingly high". See more »
This is a GREAT show. It shows hard work, cooperation, and teamwork to get the job done. The best part is the fact that none of the characters are emotionally needy or use manipulation tactics to get attention (example: Why won't anyone notice me, he doesn't want to be my friend, I'm not as good as you, I didn't think you liked me). They just get the job done and have a great time doing it. Even Spud, who's the laziest of them all, tries to be good.
Also, it's not as preachy as some shows. Or syruppy either. It's just good wholesome programming!
In my opinion, I think Bob and Wendy should get married! :)
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