New Series: GUSTAFER YELLOWGOLD
Gustafer Yellowgold is an alien who hails from the Sun but currently lives in the woods of Minnesota. Whether he’s dodging a melon baller-wielding eel or building a robot out of cake, Gustafer is excited to explore his new planet through song.
New Series: JANET’S PLANET
Take a tour of the universe and travel back in time with Janet. She’s traveling at the speed of thought as she tells us more about health, science, and history on this planet and many others. (But not without leaving time to teach the intergalactic dance sensation, the Cosmic Chicken.)
Popping This Week: BATTERYPOP DANCE-IN
What’s better than telling jokes about Rainbow Loom, Minecraft, and Captain Underpants? DANCING while doing it! Whether you’re Casper Sliding, disco dancing, or rocking the running man, join us for the batteryPOP Dance In!
Short of the Week: MUNGGE! NOT AGAIN!
Sleep walking can be very dangerous, especially if two marmots and a hedgehog are trying to rescue their sleeping friend. Check out this claymation short all the way from Switzerland!
User of the Week: AMAZINGCHICKEN2
AmazingChicken2 is an 8-year-old who pops a fabulous mix of batteryPOP shows. Whether she’s cooking along to Sarah Grace Loving Food, celebrating the most important part of the day with Recess Stories, or dancing to the Music Video Channel, AmazingChicken2 knows a good show when she sees it.
KIDS’ NEWS OF THE WEEK
We’re in the middle of the NBA Playoffs! Growl for the Grizzlies, rally for the Raptors, and clap for the Clippers as your favorite teams slam dunk for a shot at the championship.
THIS WEEK’S TRIVIA
What’s the number one grossing arcade game of all time? [Bonus question: How did it get its name?]
LAST WEEK’S TRIVIA
Question: What company got so angry at a puppet in “Muppet Treasure Island” that it sued?
Answer: Hormel, the makers of SPAM, got so angry at the island’s pig chief Muppet, Spa'am, that they sued. They thought the wildness of the pig would send a bad message about their product, although they it has been said that Spam should've just been excited about the association with real pork.