Wimzie's House

TV review by Emily Ashby, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 4+

Friendly puppets, excellent interpersonal messages for kids.

Parents say

age 2+

Based on 1 review

Kids say

age 6+

Based on 4 reviews

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age 2+

Seaseme Street rip-off is ugly and annoying...

This is a rip-off of Seaseme Street with some Mister Roger's Neighborhood life lessons sprinkled in with some of the most creepy looking characters I have ever seen. My toddler was terrified of the monstrosities and I myself thought that they were really ugly and awkward looking. One of the puppet things sounds like Binky from Arthur and the some characters look like the Skekzies (I can't spell it) from the 1980's movie Dark Crystal except brightly colored. The voice acting is ear torture. The characters are irritating. I accidentally stumbled across this horrible show on the local Light TV channel as it comes on at 6AM and I feel bad putting this on for my child as it scared her badly. This is a child who has no problem with Seaseme Street, The Labyrinth, Dark Crystal, and the Muppet Babies. And 2 of those that I listed are known to scare children and yet they don't her but this thing does. Way to go Canada, you never fail to create nightmare fuel.

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Too much violence

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