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In May 2019, the brand was officially acquired by Netflix.


* ParodiesForDummies: "Tyrannosaurus Rex" has the ''T-Rex'' briefly reading "Arms for [=DumDums=]" when mentioning that he doesn't know the purpose of his tiny arms.



* TropesForDummies: "Tyrannosaurus Rex" has the ''T-Rex'' briefly reading "Arms for [=DumDums=]" when mentioning that he doesn't know the purpose of his tiny arms.

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* {{Catchphrase}}: "I'm so hot" for the sun in the space songs.


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* TakeThat: "Seven Days" takes a jab at Music/TheBeatles:
-->''But you better get it straight\\
There's seven days a week, not eight\\
The Beatles' song is wrong\\
For the record, let me state...''


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* TropesForDummies: "Tyrannosaurus Rex" has the ''T-Rex'' briefly reading "Arms for [=DumDums=]" when mentioning that he doesn't know the purpose of his tiny arms.


''[=StoryBots=]'' is an animated series created by ''Website/JibJab'' made for young children. Starring tiny small robots in little music videos (often with songs by Music/ParryGripp, though standards often appear as well, along with other artists), the series uses various art styles, along with ''Jib Jab’s'' classic face-cutout style to put children in the music videos.

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''[=StoryBots=]'' is an animated series created by ''Website/JibJab'' made for young children. Starring tiny small robots in little music videos (often with songs by Music/ParryGripp, though standards often appear as well, along with other artists), the series uses various art styles, along with ''Jib Jab’s'' classic face-cutout style to put children in the music videos.


In 2016, the series gained two ''Creator/{{Netflix}}''-original series, ''Ask the [=StoryBots=]'' (a series where five of the main [=StoryBots=] travel into the real world to solve a kid’s question) and ''[=StoryBots=] Super Songs'' (a collection of the previous songs based around a specific theme for the episode).

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In 2016, the series gained two ''Creator/{{Netflix}}''-original series, ''Ask the [=StoryBots=]'' ''WesternAnimation/AskTheStorybots'' (a series where five of the main [=StoryBots=] travel into the real world to solve a kid’s question) and ''[=StoryBots=] Super Songs'' (a collection of the previous songs based around a specific theme for the episode).


''[=StoryBots=]'' is an animated series created by ''Website/JibJab'' made for young children. Starring tiny small robots in little music videos (often with songs by ''Music/ParryGripp'', though standards often appear as well, along with other artists), the series uses various art styles, along with ''Jib Jab’s'' classic face-cutout style to put children in the music videos.

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''[=StoryBots=]'' is an animated series created by ''Website/JibJab'' made for young children. Starring tiny small robots in little music videos (often with songs by ''Music/ParryGripp'', Music/ParryGripp, though standards often appear as well, along with other artists), the series uses various art styles, along with ''Jib Jab’s'' classic face-cutout style to put children in the music videos.

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''[=StoryBots=]'' is an animated series created by ''Website/JibJab'' made for young children. Starring tiny small robots in little music videos (often with songs by ''Music/ParryGripp'', though standards often appear as well, along with other artists), the series uses various art styles, along with ''Jib Jab’s'' classic face-cutout style to put children in the music videos.

In 2016, the series gained two ''Creator/{{Netflix}}''-original series, ''Ask the [=StoryBots=]'' (a series where five of the main [=StoryBots=] travel into the real world to solve a kid’s question) and ''[=StoryBots=] Super Songs'' (a collection of the previous songs based around a specific theme for the episode).

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!! ''[=StoryBots=]'' provides examples of:
*ArtShift: Each song topic is animated by a different animator, leading to various styles of art. The alphabet songs in particular have a variety of animators per letter.
*CarSong: The song “Cars, Cars, Cars” is about the various types of cars on the road.
*EatingMachine: The [=StoryBots=] are easily able to consume human food, to the point they were the subject of a song on the digestion system in the “Body Parts” song arc.
*EducationalSong: The whole point of the series is to have catchy songs about educational topics.
*CuteMachines: Their simple style makes the [=StoryBots=] very adorable.
*RidiculouslyHumanRobots: Throughout the songs, the [=StoryBots=] are seen doing the same tasks that humans would be doing, for the sake of explaining the topic at hand.
*RoboSpeak: The only two to actually have it is the voices for the two backup singer [=StoryBots=] in the songs, though these voices flip between various ones.
*RobotAntennae: A few stylizations give small ones on the top of some of the [=StoryBots=].
*TinCanRobot: All of the [=StoryBots=] are cylinders with tops that jump up and down to speak.
*TrainSong: Both the classic “I’ve Been Working on the Railroad” and a new song titled “Riding on a Train” appear as songs. The latter song explains the various types of train cars and people that work on a train.
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