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A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this TV show.
Characters strive to work out and appreciate their differences. Some mild potty humor.
Violence & Scariness
Nonviolence is a hallmark of the series.
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Products & Purchases
So far, no GoGoRIki merchandise has appeared on the scene, but it seems somewhat inevitable.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that, if they become as popular in the United States as they are in Russia (where they originated), these cartoon characters will be merchandised big time. But until and unless that happens, they're just cute and entertaining -- slightly faster-moving than the average Noggin show and largely harmless (the show makes a point of being nonviolent). The occasional off note is often potty-humor related, as when one character announces to another that, when the first character cleaned the other's toilet after losing a bet, he used his friend's toothbrush ... and the friend says it later tasted funny, but he "kind of liked it."
Is It Any Good?
As intended, GoGoRiki is cute and appealing. It moves faster than many of the cartoons intended for very young viewers -- there are more scene changes and less explanation or addressing the audience. That makes it more of a traditional cartoon than a show with educational intent that just happens to be animated -- and, really, although its social messages are good, GoGoRiki is just for fun.
And fun it is. Plus, the bright colors and humor will appeal to a young grade school audience, but there's nothing really objectionable or frightening for kids of any age. Siblings can watch together happily.
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