History Series / ThePuzzlePlace

6th Jan '17 9:10:46 PM Pamina
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* BrokenTreasure: In the episode "I Love Kiki," Kiki accidentally breaks Julie's new toy horse and angsts about how to tell her. But in the end, the toy turns out not to be broken after all it's a puzzle toy, made to come apart and be put back together.
6th Jan '17 10:39:12 AM WillKeaton
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A [[FiveTokenBand Six Token Band]] children's show on Creator/{{PBS}} done with puppets. You can read more about it on TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Puzzle_Place here]]. The show lasted 3 seasons and a total of 75 episodes, and ran from January 16, 1995 to December 4, 1998, with reruns airing until March 31, 2000.

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A [[FiveTokenBand Six Token Band]] children's show on Creator/{{PBS}} done with puppets. You can read more about it on TheOtherWiki [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Puzzle_Place here]]. here.]] The show lasted 3 seasons and a total of 75 episodes, and ran from January 16, 1995 to December 4, 1998, with reruns airing until March 31, 2000.
30th Dec '16 10:43:16 PM Pamina
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* PoirotSpeak: Nicely averted with Kiki, who speaks strongly accented yet fluent English and whose forays into Spanish are complete sentences that always serve a purpose in context. It helps that her puppeteer really is from Mexico.
28th Dec '16 10:53:33 PM Pamina
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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As seen in [[https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1993/09/13/beyond-barney-friends/8032777d-4911-48aa-80c4-ba392d084896/?utm_term=.d31467a2e734 this early press release]], among others, the show was originally going to be named ''The Puzzle Factory'', and then ''The Puzzle Works', before the final title was settled on. Some of the characters' names were also changed before the show's premiere: Ben and Jody were originally named "Max" and "Jazzy," while Leon's last name was "Devon" and Skye's was "Blazing Star."

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As seen in [[https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1993/09/13/beyond-barney-friends/8032777d-4911-48aa-80c4-ba392d084896/?utm_term=.d31467a2e734 this early press release]], among others, the show was originally going to be named ''The Puzzle Factory'', and then ''The Puzzle Works', Works'', before the final title was settled on. Some of the characters' names were also changed before the show's premiere: Ben and Jody were originally named "Max" and "Jazzy," while Leon's last name was "Devon" and Skye's was "Blazing Star."
28th Dec '16 8:32:15 PM MarkLungo
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28th Dec '16 8:32:10 PM MarkLungo
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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping Pong Naivete}}. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.

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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping Pong Naivete}}.PingPongNaivete. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As seen in [[https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1993/09/13/beyond-barney-friends/8032777d-4911-48aa-80c4-ba392d084896/?utm_term=.d31467a2e734 this early press release]], among others, the show was originally going to be named "The Puzzle Factory," and then "The Puzzle Works" before the final title was settled on. Some of the characters' names were also changed before the show's premiere: Ben and Jody were originally named "Max" and "Jazzy," while Leon's last name was "Devon" and Skye's was "Blazing Star."

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: As seen in [[https://www.washingtonpost.com/archive/politics/1993/09/13/beyond-barney-friends/8032777d-4911-48aa-80c4-ba392d084896/?utm_term=.d31467a2e734 this early press release]], among others, the show was originally going to be named "The ''The Puzzle Factory," Factory'', and then "The ''The Puzzle Works" Works', before the final title was settled on. Some of the characters' names were also changed before the show's premiere: Ben and Jody were originally named "Max" and "Jazzy," while Leon's last name was "Devon" and Skye's was "Blazing Star."
28th Dec '16 8:21:12 PM Pamina
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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping-Pong Naivete}}. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.

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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping-Pong {{Ping Pong Naivete}}. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.
28th Dec '16 8:20:17 PM Pamina
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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping-Pong Naiveté}}. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.

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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping-Pong Naiveté}}.Naivete}}. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.
28th Dec '16 8:19:55 PM Pamina
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* VagueAge: As is often the case with puppet characters (see also ''Franchise/TheMuppets'' and ''Series/SesameStreet''), and enhanced by the fact that the kids sometimes display {{Ping-Pong Naiveté}}. A line in one episode about Julie not having finished the third grade yet obviously implies that they're about eight, though.
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