Uh oh theadvancedapes, looks like you've got competition in the educational webseries market . . .
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oh, how I loved this show. just seeing that headline put the song back in my head. levar burton is a god.
I was a voracious reader as a kid but I always hated reading rainbow. My wife was also a big reader as a kid and she loved the show.
Why'd you hate it?I liked the show, but I was suspicious of it after I saw him on Star Trek. I think that was probably when I first started to understand that actors could do other things . . .
I liked the show, but I was suspicious of it after I saw him on Star Trek. I think that was probably when I first started to understand that actors could do other things . . .
I don't really know why I was so turned off by it. I suspect that I liked TV to be like TV not all slow. Might have something to do with my learning style.
That's fair; I forgot all about Reading Rainbow whenever Thundercats, He-Man or G.I. Joe were on . . .