Instead of a snarky "critique" of "Boohbah," here's a review of this DVD (and of "Boohbah" DVDs in general)
If you're unfamiliar with "Boohbah," the concept is that Boohbahs are five little alien-like furry creatures that dance and bop to electronic-style music. The educational value of Boohbah lies in getting pre-schoolers interested in movement, pattern and color. The Boohbahs do not speak (as opposed to the similar Teletubbies, created by the same company: Ragdoll).
Another portion of the show is about "The Story People." Children present a gift-wrapped box in the Boohbah pod, blow the gift upward and send it to the Story People (Grandmama, Grandpapa, Mr Man, Mrs Lady, Brother & Sister, Auntie and Little Dog Fido). At least one of the Story People receives the gift and has a cute, wordless* adventure about the gift. The Boohbah videos/DVDs are named after the gifts given to The Story People ("squeaky socks" for example). Another gift magically appears during the course of the Story People episode, to extend the adventure. *There is audio of children yelling "Boohbah!" and similar when the second gift appears.
During the show, there is a third portion which is about children dancing and moving to music like the Boohbahs do. This is part of the "extra features" on Boohbah DVDs.
This DVD features three 20-minutes segments of Boohbah:
Squeaky Socks: Brother & Sister play in some oversized socks that squeak when one bounces in them
Painting the Fence: Auntie finds a bucket of paint and paints a seemingly never-ending fence
Hammock: Grandpapa has trouble getting into a hammock
The Boohbahs dance and play at the beginning and end of every segment, making color patterns and encouraging children to be active viewers. It's difficult for little ones to vegetate while watching "Boohbah."
Your menu options include "play all," which gives you all three 20-minute segments back-to-back, and "select episode," which runs for that 20-minute period before returning to the menu.
If you have questions/concerns about the educational content of Boohbah, there is a "for parents" feature on every DVD which explains the learning concepts behind "Boohbah."