Seriously, you couldn't find anything more important to report than a malfunctioning toy?
an old clock with cogs that won't turn, or a vacuum that won't pick up debris: those are malfunctions. But when a toy makes death threats to a toddler -- that's a SkyNet degree fuck-up, not some glitch.
citrusmirakel I like that the local news is so much more upset about this than the mother is. I also like how often they show Elmo saying the offending phrase with James in the room.
kingarthur Is it saying "Kill James"? if so, I see this as a diabolical plot by Fisher-Price to activate its army of animatronic Elmos to murder the first-born of every household.