Free-Range Children: They're supposed to be babies (just like the Target Audience), yet they live on their own with no parental care or supervision. May be justified, as they seem to be some kind of aliens; whatever species they are apparently has very precocious offspring (and a lot of help from technology), and therefore little to no need for parental involvement.
Fleeting Demographic Rule: Variant. 365 episodes were made with no defined Pilot and Grand Finale; this meant that either children would outgrow the show before they started to notice reruns between 1997 and 2001, or stop watching because the vignettes made kids crap themselves.
The second oldest and second biggest Teletubby. He is stubborn and sarcastic and sometimes plays alone but still plays with the other Teletubbies. Has green fur. His favorite thing is his cow-spotted hat. Is best friends with Laa-Laa.
The second youngest and second smallest Teletubby. She is bubbly, very kind and caring, dramatic, and motherly-like. Has yellow fur. Her favorite thing is her big orange ball. Is best friends with Dipsy.
The youngest and smallest of the Teletubbies. She is cute, loves having attention, shy, quiet, mischievous, and can speak Cantonese. Has red fur. Her favorite thing is her blue and pink scooter. Is best friends with Tinky Winky.
The Smart Girl: She seems to be smarter than the other Teletubbies to an extent.
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The vacuum of the Teletubbies. He is small and blue. He is sometimes naughty and sucks up the Teletubbies things but gives him back in the end. He also helps out the Teletubbies by cleaning up their messes and cleaning up the house. Some fans consider Noo-Noo to not be a Teletubby.