Our two-year-old loves this video. He wants to watch it several times a day (we permit one or maybe two viewings). This is the only video we have that our son watches without being in a trance....he is singing along, shouting out his favorite lines, and laughing. This is a nice gentle video for young toddlers to watch. There's action, but it's not face-paced or violent. Richard Scarry's characters are so engaging and humorous. Mr. Frumble's not in this one, but Huckle and Lowly Worm are. It's great fun. Other adults (parents, grandparents, and childless people) who've watched it with us get a kick out of it, too...it's not annoying (and believe me, we see it quite often!). We've seen one other of the Random House Richard Scarry videos....the Best Counting Video Ever. That one's good too (but not as loveable as Busy People). There's another production company that makes Richard Scarry videos, but those aren't as good for young toddlers as the Random House videos (IMHO). One thing we appreciate about this video -- at least the version we have, there are no previews at the beginning of the tape. :-) So you don't have to sit through a bunch of commercials before getting to the good stuff. There are a few previews at the end, but they're short and kind of fun (there's one for the Best ABC Video Ever that has helped my son learn his alphabet).