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Bob the Builder (1998)
Cutest Show Ever
I just wish that this show was on when I was in pre-school. The characters are cute, and so are the plots, which teach important lessons to kids. I even enjoy watching this show with my 3 year old cousins. Although it may be a little corny, it is just too cute to be annoying.
:03 from Gold (2002)
Even if you weren't alive for the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany, you will definitely enjoy this documentary. I am way too young to have even heard of what happened there, but this film filled me in. Before it gets into the focus of the men's basketball gold medal game, it summarizes all of the controversy and tragic events related to the games.
When it eventually does get to telling about the US and USSR basketball game, the story sucks you in. The injustice is unbelievable and I can only imagine what it was like for Americans to see their basketball team lose for the first time in the Olympics, and to the Soviets!
There are also in depth interviews with the people involved that help make you fell like an expert on that game by the end of the documentary.
Small Wonder (1985)
Looking back on watching reruns of this show at lunchtime everyday when I was only 3 or 4 years old, I can only remember laughing at V.I.C.I. and the comical though incredibly corny situations she got into. Sure, it didn't have good plots or special effects that made it look like V.I.C.I. could really lift heavy objects, but I have missed watching it ever since they stopped showing the reruns. I only wish that FOX network, who I think were the people who aired the reruns in Southern California in the early 90s, would air it again or at least release it on DVD. If anybody knows how I could get copies of this show, please contact me.