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Yo Gabba Gabba!: The Dancey Dance Bunch
Yo Gabba Gabba The Dancey Dance Bunch
Actors: Biz Markie, Erin Pearce, David Crespin, Adam Deibert, Christian Jacobs
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
NR     2008     0hr 23min

The Dancey Dance Bunch is the DVD launch of YO GABBA GABBA!. The DVD includes four episodes: "Friends," "Eat," "Dance," and "Happy" plus special features. Hosted by DJ Lance Rock, YO GABBA GABBA! infuses retro-style and mo...  more »

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Actors: Biz Markie, Erin Pearce, David Crespin, Adam Deibert, Christian Jacobs
Genres: Kids & Family, Television, Animation
Sub-Genres: Animation, Kids & Family, Animation
Studio: Nickelodeon
Format: DVD - Color,Full Screen - Animated
DVD Release Date: 10/14/2008
Release Year: 2008
Run Time: 0hr 23min
Screens: Color,Full Screen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 1
Members Wishing: 0
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

Just what the short attention span Doctor ordered
Nicholas J. Delillo | White Plains, NY United States | 11/19/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"So. Yo Gabba Gabba.

How to describe this show? Start with the title, which is inspired by the The Ramones' timeless Teenage Lobotomy creed, then add DJ Lance Rock, who resembles an anorexic Raj from "What's Happening!", and put him in a giant orange wig and striped jumpsuit that makes him look like the complete opposite of a Buckingham Palace guard. DJ Lance Rock then walks onto a white background with a magical boombox (of COURSE there's a magical boombox) towards a long buffet table displaying Gabbaland - or as normal people see it, a minidioramma that seems as if it was made by a 5th grader with a really short attention span. DJ Lance Rock proceeds to open his boombox, revealing a bunch of generic cartoon monsters that get magically transported to Gabbaland, where they transform into generic actors dancing around in monster suits (2 of which proudly display the zipper on the back).

I love this show.

Why? First of all, the music is catchy. Repetitive? Oh yes. Oh yes. But in a good way. You actually don't mind finding yourself unexpectedly humming these little ditties sometime during the day. Then there's the cartoon interludes, which rival anything out of Ren&Stimpy, Spongebob Squarepants, and anything else dreamt up by a stoned college frathouse with basic computer animation skills. Then there's the clips of 5 year old kids either dancing (and reminding you "I like to dance"), riding random toys, or scanned into Intellivision games from the 1980's.

Then there's the frequent visits from actors and musicians who seem to be "in on the joke." In 3 minutes, you can easily bounce from Plex the Magic Robot teaching your kids how to brush their teeth, to Mark Mothersbaugh from 80's alt-punk group Devo instructing you in the finer points of drawing a fish. Skip next to Biz's Beat of the Day, where Biz Markie invites your kid to learn his latest beatbox riff, followed by an animated adventure of Super Martian Robot Girl that would make William Hanna and Joe Barbera cry, then on to Nathan who "likes to daaaaance!" (and grooves like he's in a Kanye West video), which leads to the Yo! Gabba Gabba characters singing and dancing about sharing, follwed by Elijah Wood sharing his Puppetmaster dancey dance. DJ Lance Rock then takes us out of every episode by inviting us to look back, and remember what we did today. This consists of quick vignettes of everything covered in that episode, which naturally is mixed into a techno/hip-hop number that includes NYC nightclub electronica/rave special effects in the background.

And somehow, somehow it all comes together. It WORKS. It works for the kids and adults alike. It is at all times a wholesome children's show, an inside joke to gen-Xers who grew up in the 80's, a manifesto for the current Spongebob college crowd, and a useful tool for parents who want something that the kids will enjoy while learning valuable life skills, while making them laugh a little bit inside about how goofy the whole process of parenthood can truly be."
Episode Info
RowMan | Torrance, CA United States | 08/14/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"From the Nick Jr. website...

The Dancey Dance Bunch is the DVD launch of YO GABBA GABBA!(tm). The DVD includes four episodes: "Friends," "Eat," "Dance," and "Happy," plus special features. Hosted by DJ Lance Rock, YO GABBA GABBA!(tm) infuses retro-style and modern-day music to teach simple life lessons through a vibrant world of puppet characters who play and dance when they hear the magic words "Yo Gabba Gabba!""
Was hoping for more episodes
K. Bateman | Southbury, Ct. USA | 10/15/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)

"When I received the dvd I was really disappointed to find out that there are only 4 episodes on it, but I guess you can't expect much for only $12.99. Otherwise I would highly recommend this series. My daughter's only 9 months old and she's already addicted to 'Gabba Gabba', and I don't mind so much because, as wild and crazy as the show is, it's probably one of the most moral things I've seen on tv recently... "Be nice to everyone", "Don't bite your friends", "It's more fun to share", great stuff. I just wish they would release more episodes, and a cd of all the music from the show."
Look Out Barney here comes Yo Gabba Gabba!
Sharon Stanley | 11/25/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)

"Our grandaughter loves all of these Yo Gabba Gabba's. I guess it is the all the bright colors. She loves to dance. I could say this is her favorite, but she loves to watch all of the Yo Gabba Gabba's the same. She never bores of them.

Who knows would you ever think that a man wearing a 60's orange wig with clothes that look 2 sizes to small would catch the attention of preschooler.

The show teaches children about respect and is very educational. 5 star for this one."