Animation and live action combine to achieve a higher level of education and entertainment for young children in this wonderfully innovative series. Characters from around the house--Bob ... See full summary »
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...  Bob the Ball 1 episode, 2000
Sandy Correia ...  Mrs. Shoe 1 episode, 2000
Rafael Ferrer ...  Pencil 1 episode, 2000
Bob Kaliban ...  Little Cup 1 episode, 2000
...  Mop 1 episode, 2000
Marilyn Pasekoff ...  Doris 1 episode, 2000
Gerrianne Raphael ...  Pad 1 episode, 2000
Gary Yudman 1 episode, 2000
...  Gene the Magician or just Magician 1 episode, 1999
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Animation and live action combine to achieve a higher level of education and entertainment for young children in this wonderfully innovative series. Characters from around the house--Bob the Ball, Mr. String, Doris the Door, Little Cup and Pad & Pencil among them--teach basic concepts to preschoolers that will keep them laughing as well as learning.

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Animation | Family

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Great educational show for kids from HBO
29 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

Children's show from HBO. Each episode is approximately 30 minutes long. Titles for each episodes are usually 3 words like, "Top Bottom Jump". Two things are opposites like 'high' and 'low' and the third theme is usually an action/activity such as 'dance' or 'squeeze'. The characters are made to appeal to toddlers/preschoolers. Bob the Ball and Little Cup are similar to young children and the rest of the characters might seem like parents/family, teachers or friends. Characters on the show are Bob the Ball, Doris the Door, Little Cup, Mr. String, Mop, Pad and Pencil, Plush (the stuffed dog) and the Shoe Family.

This is a great children's show. My 1-year old boy laughs hysterically at Bob the Ball. Doris the Door's voice is just like Estelle (Joey's agent on Friends) and even though it might get a little perturbing, she is very likable. I have a 5-year old girl also - both my kids love this show.


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