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Friday, September 10, 2010

Going Off The Deep End

I was house sitting for a friend in the mid-00s and flicking through the endless dross when I stumbled upon this inane childrens show, Blue's Clues. I had never heard of it. I don't watch television at home so most mass-pop programming fodder is foreign to me and I'm not taken with childrens television programming despite my love of animation. Shows like "Samurai Jack" are the exceptions. Still, there was definitely something (or should I say someone) to this show that attracted my attention. 

And you can see him here . . .

The actor Donovan Patton who plays "Joe" is just about as cute a guy as I've ever seen on TV. He is the prototypical "All American Boy Next Door". I can well imagine that the producers who cast him to be the host of this fluff had no idea guys were out there in TV Land imagining what he was like naked. Then again, that might have been the way he landed this gig.

It is funny to see comments on You Tube bemoaning the replacement of the original host, "Steve". They kids who grew up with "Steve" uniformly despise "Joe". I don't think they'd be so quick to reject him if they were able to get into his pants. That's my fantasy . . . 

Incidentally, this is an unusual episode of this show because it features songs sung by Toni Braxton, Macy Grey, India.Arie, and They Might Be Giants

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