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Desc:A classic staple of Canadian children's TV is overanalyzed.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Humor
Tags:canada, nanalan, YMS
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
Date:05/27/15
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Comment count is 6
badideasinaction
I laughed. My friend is a huge Nanalan fan so I'm sure the drunken 50% speed marathon will happen soon enough now.
TeenerTot
Nanalan is the best Canadian kids' show I've seen.


I've seen Nanalan and Caillou.
fluffy
I like Spliced!, but it's hard to get a hold of.

infinite zest
Yeah I always loved the irony of the PSAs that tell you to go outside too.. I saw one recently about "balance" which is basically telling you that TV and Coca Cola and Pepsi (yes they're working together on this one) is great as long as you balance it, so you can drink plenty of coke and eat high calorie food if you go outside, and you should drink water and eat salad if you're gonna be doing what you're doing now, which is watching other kids play. Overall it's horrible advice: if you sit around and eat nothing but lettuce and carrot sticks then you don't have the energy to go out and do anything the next day. You might not be overweight, but a bunch of malnourished kids sitting in front of the TV's no better than a bunch of obese kids sitting in front of the TV..
cognitivedissonance
This show does deserve inebriation. It's great.
fluffy
I'd never even heard of this show before but now it's my favorite.
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