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'We ate the cost and never aired it'

A little-known scene from the hidden history of children's television: Snuffleupagus vs. Snuffleupagus.


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I guess the test groups of 3-year olds could see right through the puppets, and completely immerse themselves in this "fictional" representation of divorce. It appears that not only did these kids "get it", but they could feel all the pain real kids go through when their real parents divorce. Makes me wish Marshall McLuhan was still with us.

okhropir rumiani:

So they learned that you can't present divorce in a gentle way? What's the point anyway?


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