Have you ever noticed that children’s shows usually involve singing and that singing is usually bad? Why is that? I mean, I get why there’s singing. Obviously nothing helps a child learn their shapes better than a little ditty about geometry. But why is the singing always awful? Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that every voice actor on Arthur should be Kristin Chenoweth, but I think that they should definitely possess some kind of natural singing ability. No more of this off-tune, raspy business.
Here’s an example of singing from a children’s show. This song with get stuck in your head for hours. But on the plus side, you will then know the many, many joys of having your very own library card.
“Being crushed by a giant pterodactyl…”
~ Hilary Axle Hatchet