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Donkey Hodie on PBS Kids

mimitchi33

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Recently, PBS Kids debuted a new puppet show called Donkey Hodie. It's the second series based on Mister Rogers' Neighborhood after Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood. Several Muppeteers such as Matt Vogel, Joey Mazzarino, Frankie Cordero and Stephanie D'Abruzzo are a part of this project. I've seen the first 13 episodes and it's a very cute and fun show! Does anyone else watch it?

Here's the first episode in production order:
 

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Yeah, I saw the show once. Once...

I wasn’t too crazy about it. Honestly, the character designs, settings, and writing make it look less like a Mr. Rogers spin-off and more like a Dr. Seuss show. I like Dr. Seuss, but I don’t think that’s what they we’re trying to emulate.
 
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