Phillie Phanatic + ‘Yo Gabba Gabba!’ = Weed Against Speed Acid Flashback
Is it just me or are the walls melting?
I have never have had the pleasure to attend a live performance of any kind for a children’s program, be it The Wiggles or Yo Gabba Gabba!, so perhaps one of you Sportress readers can answer this question for me: is it common for these shows to feature as much psychedelic imagery as the standard Pink Floyd: The Wall laser light show? That is some freaky-deaky stuff going on there. Is it possible that these kind of performances are slowly transforming our nation’s youth into a bunch of spaced-out tweakers?
At the same time, as The700Level points out, at least the Phillie Phanatic might have found some kindred spirits in the Yo Gabba Gabba! crew who share similar interests as it does. You know, like unintentionally terrifying children and psychologically scarring them for life and whatnot.