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Sleepless in LazyTown: My Review

I don’t have much 2 say about this episode. It’s one of the more “Iconified Robbie” episodes. But who sleeps outside, then complains about the noise? Robbie Rotten! [Who did you except, Sportaloon?] This episode teaches a really really good … Continue reading

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The Great Crystal Caper: My Review

This review was written Oct. 2022.   Titles can be deceiving but the episode isn’t great. The only reason this is liked is because of Anything Can Happen, and the only reason THAT is liked is because of Robbie’s silliness. … Continue reading

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Sportsday: My Review

This review was written October 2022. Sportsday is one of Lazytown’s best episodes ever. Energy explains it for you. Have you ever heard the UK version of Energy? Stephanie’s voice is CRAY-CRAY. It’s only the 3rd episode and there are … Continue reading

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Defeeted: My Review

  Defeeted is one of the best episodes in the series. I absolutely love it. It teaches a good moral. That there is always a way, which stays the motto for Stephanie. “There’s always a way” is one of the … Continue reading

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Welcome to LazyTown: My Review

This was written September 2022 so my format of reviews and opinions have changed a lot! “Welcome to LazyTown” is the first episode in the series. Personally, I think it could have been a better pilot. It kinda makes no … Continue reading

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The Spy Next Door – A film review

This is a review on Magnus Scheving’s only non LazyTown related production. Directed by Brian Levant Screenplay and story by Jonathan Bernstein and James Greer Screenplay by     Jonathan Bernstein     James Greer     Gregory Poirier Produced by Robert Simonds … Continue reading

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