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When Fashion Fever was replaced with the name Barbie in 2008. By 2009, Mattel was up for real competition with Liv and Moxie Girlz. Mattel was up to work on their second fashion inspired line. We need to reconnect Barbie back to her rich fashion roots,” admitted Richard Dickson, senior vice president at Mattel, shortly after he joined the company in 2008. Dickson, tasked with pumping cool style into the 11.5-inch doll, arranged a New York Fashion Week runway show, set up a human-scale Malibu dream house, and opened a six-story Shanghai flagship store. Still, worldwide sales of the Barbie brand declined 3% last year; Dickson left Mattel this past February. Analysts estimate that sales peaked in 2002. Mattel launched a line of Fashionista Barbies, with 12 articulation points.

Bubble Guppies FishketBall Story Book READING outloud bedtime fairytale NICKELODEON
Bubble Guppies FishketBall Story Book READING outloud bedtime fairytale NICKELODEON

We are continuing our Read Along story Book playlist for kids with :Bubble Guppies animated cartoon short story “BuBBLE Guppies Fishketball”. We hope you are enjoying our animated story book adaptations. We hope you find it fun and educational as well. Please like and SUBSCRIBE if you are enjoying this playlist.

Thank you everyone for your support! This book is Adapted by Mary Tillworth and is Illustrated by MJ Illustrations. It is based on the teleplay “FISHKETBALL” and is published by Random House NY. Nickelodeon, Bubble Guppies, and all related titles, logos, and characters are trademarks of Viacom International Inc. Bubble Guppies is an American preschool children’s television series produced for Nickelodeon and created by Jonny Belt and Robert Scull.[2] The series is produced by using Autodesk Maya 3D software and revolves around the underwater adventures of a group of merperson preschoolers.[3] The program premiered on Monday, January 24, 2011 as part Nickelodeon’s block, The Play Date.

Season 3 of Bubble Guppies premiered on August 12, 2013, with an episode entitled, Bubble Guppies: Get Ready for School. The Guppies live in the fictional underwater city of Bubbletucky.[6]

All episodes follow a similar format. The episode starts with an introduction by Molly, saying “Hi, it’s me, Molly, and it’s time for-” only to be stopped by Gil performing an act related to the episode’s subject. One of the two then states “It’s time for Bubble Guppies!”, and the theme song plays. After the theme song, the Little Fish says the episode’s name then they play hide and seek.

An event may occur when one or more characters is proceeding to school. For example: Avi breaks his tail in “Call a Clambulance!” when Oona was going to school. Afterwards, the school day begins with all the Bubble Guppies saying “Good morning, Mr. Grouper!” Later, a Guppie tells Mr. Grouper about the earlier experience. He suggests, “Let’s think about it,” and the characters discuss the topic. A song follows, focusing on the episode’s main topic.

Emphasizing the importance of time, a character may ask, “What time is it?” This is often followed by an answer from Mr. Grouper who might say, “It’s time to go outside,” followed by the “outside song”.

One of the Guppies may go to a shop that mostly focuses on the topic (example: a doctor’s office in “Call a Clambulance!”). The owner of the shop (played by another one of the Guppies) will ask questions about what he or she needs. Jokes and silly responses will eventually lead to the correct necessity.

Mr. Grouper will eventually ask, “What time is it?” in a call-and-response pattern, with the Guppies responding, “It’s time for lunch!” three times.

At lunch, three of the characters make a food joke about the subject of the episode (example: Molly gets pizza and a banana, Oona gets a sandwich and a cookie, and Deema gets a sandwich and an ice cream “sun”-dae in The Moon Rocks!). (Note: In almost every episode after the lunch segment, the little fish say the transition quote “That’s silly!” or “That’s ridiculous!” after repeating the lunch joke.) After lunch, another Gil and Molly sketch is shown.

The Guppies do something fun which can determine another important character and leads Mr. Grouper talking more about the topic, which leads into a dancing song. The order of the songs varies from episode to episode. The Guppies act out a story about the topic, interfered with Adobe Flash-animated graphics. After, Gil and Molly do another sketch.

The Guppies may go on a field trip that focuses on the topic. This may focus on a problem shown earlier and involves the key characters. The show concludes with a sketch by Gil and Molly and a reprise of the theme song, before cutting to the credits which includes a song played earlier in that episode.