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Yo Gabba Gabba

Yo Gabba Gabba may teach kids how to eat well, get over fear and not bite each other, but it also teaches them about how good music can be and that's something that will stay with them as they grow up.
For old-school rap fans, nobody beats the Biz. Dubbed "the clown prince of hip-hop," Biz Markie was among the first wave
TV back then wasn't just about learning to count, the colours and the alphabet. It wasn't about adults in leotards clapping ridiculous patterns at children or household items that live under the sea. TV shows of the 80s taught us manners, etiquette and moral lessons. They taught us to read. A set of fraternal twins taught us to solve problems with science -- and it was cool.
In general, The Golden Globes are a pretty great time for TV lovers. We get to see our favourite shows and stars celebrate
Unless you've been living under a rock, you know that Nickelodeon's wonderfully weird Yo Gabba Gabba!is kind of a thing -- and