Simon Shelton was a ballet dancer and choreographer before he was cast on the show.
This takes creepy to a whole new level.
Yep, the Teletubbies are coming back. On Thursday, Nickelodeon announced plans to bring back "Teletubbies." Nick Jr. will
At least now I know who to direct my sun rage at: 19-year-old Jess Smith, a first-year college student at Canterbury Christ
Ah, the carefree days of our youth. A time of innocence, naïveté and watching really creepy TV shows. Although we loved them
Say hello to the new and improved "Teletubbies." The show that gave more than a few of us nightmares in our youth is coming
Not since Barney and Mr. Roger's Neighborhood have I been so profoundly affected by children's entertainment. I'm not normally the type of person who writes to celebrities, so I hope you appreciate how intense my feelings are. I will never be the same again. I hate you.
I'm not here to defend the Teletubbies, though, because, to be frank, they scare the living crap out of me. If they should be banned in Ukraine or anywhere else, I would absolutely applaud such a decision. SpongeBob, on the other hand, is a different story.
Nowadays kids can hardly do anything without a parent or friend insisting they wait a few minutes while the cameras come out. It's ridiculous.
Too-big-to-fail corporations and their hand maidens in Congress (and the conservative echo chamber) most certainly pose a far greater danger to our children than a green frog-like puppet.