In this Nick Jr. television show, a pink-haired girl named Stephanie moves to LazyTown with her uncle (the mayor of LazyTown), where she tries to teach its extremely lazy residents that physical activity is beneficial.
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Initially, Magnús Scheving (a multi-awarded, skillful acrobat) performed all of Sportacus' various leaps & jumps himself, but when he tore a muscle while filming in summer of 2007, Nick Jr. executives immediately stepped in and insisted on bringing professional stunt men to perform some of the character's biggest stunts, or they'd pull the plug on the show altogether. Scheving claimed it was a minor mishap that only took him a few days to recover from and wanted to keep doing his thing as normal, but as he said during an interview "they're the ones with the money", so he gave in to prevent the show from being scrapped. (Source: Interview with Magnús Scheving on Icelandic TV news) See more
Sportacus' reactions to the sugar meltdown, which he gets causally during the show, e.g. when eating a sugar apple, is different from episode to episode. In some episodes he can't move and the other characters have to help him getting the Sportscandy (aka fruit) into his mouth but in other cases he is able to move his arm to grab it himself. See more
This is mine, and this is mine...
[comes across ladder
This isn't mine... but it could be my father's!
Stingy, Ziggy, Pixel, and Trixie's voices were re-dubbed for the show's UK broadcast. Some bits of their dialogue was slightly altered with words or phrases that are more commonly used in the UK. Lorraine Parsloe
dubbed for Ziggy, Joanna Ruiz
dubbed for Pixel and Trixie and Sarah Burgess
, who worked in the original US/Icelandic production, dubbed for Stingy. See more
Welcome To Lazytown
Written by 'Máni Svavarsson', 'Richard Scobie', and 'John Patrick O'Neill'
Performed by 'Jón Jósep Snæbjörnsson' See more
Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $27,538
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Aspect Ratio: 1.78 : 1
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