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Lazytown - Sports Candy Festiva
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Nick Jr.'s unique children's television series LAZY TOWN offers a fun and educational way to get kids off the couch and into a lifetime of physical fitness. Produced in Iceland and aimed at preschool children, the innovative series stresses the importance of nutrition and exercise through a fun mix of human actors and puppets against a colorful, computer-animated background. This volume presents a pair of fun-filled episodes: "Sports Candy Festival" and "Happy Brush Day." Product Details •Number of Discs: 1 •Rating: Not Rated •Film Country: USA •UPC: 097368897748
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The plot for each episode revolves along the universal Lazytown themes of eating healthy fruit and vegetables (known as sports candy), and exercising. Robbie Rotten does his cute little best to encourage the children to eat cake and candy and lie around doing nothing, while Sportacus proves to them that it's better to eat right, sleep right and do aerobics whenever possible. Robbie is of course the "Master of Disguise" and has a fully equipped wardrobe to suit his every scheme.
The four episodes on this DVD are:
Sports Candy Festival - Stephanie and the kids decide to surprise Sportacus by holding a Festival in his honor. Robbie is a bad apple, but Sportacus still ends up as the top banana.
Happy Brush Day - Ziggy's having a birthday party, and although Robbie's gift is the biggest, the little gift from Sportacus saves the day.
Play Day - Robbie excels as a cowboy in this one. There's a great high noon showdown in the streets of Lazytown, but when Robbie starts monkeying around, Sportacus proves that he's the one to tame the beast.
Sportafake - Imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, but Robbie makes Sportacus look rather small until a good deed turns the tables on him.
With the usual great bouncy and catchy music and energetic dancing, this one is sure to please the little Stephanie, Sportacus and/or Robbie in your family.
Amanda Richards, June 27, 2006
sports candy = fruits and vegetables (better than "real food" which is what we called these two before)
junk food or healthy food: the prince and princess toss out this query before we eat anything
"let's go play and exercise first" = anything that encourages mine to say this gets two thumbs up from me
Such a wonderful show with a nice Icelandic touch. How can we go wrong?
HAPPY BRUSH DAY: It's Ziggy's birthday and a disguised Robbie gives him a voice-activated candy maker. When Ziggy's mouth gets stuck together from too much taffy, the machine keeps going!