Yo Gabba Gabba! goes with pot - VIDEO
Tracie Egan of Jezebel.com says, "It's a good stoner television show because it's not difficult to understand since it's made for children and there are lots of bright colors and good music."
For the non-stoner crowd, that comment about good music is true. The show features a lot of indie acts and "alternative" music. For instance, The Shins are going to perform on the May 23rd episode of Yo Gabba Gabba!
I've seen several episodes of Yo Gabba Gabba!, and while I've never thought of getting stoned to watch it, I did wonder whether the entire staff gets stoned to make it.
I've embedded a clip from the show of Elijah Wood dancing the Numa Numa song:
[Via TV Tattle]