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  • 2005
  • 3 Seasons
  • 4.7  (698)

Doodlebops was a children's television show that aired on various networks between 2004 to 2007. The show was created by Allan Fraser and Nadine Van der Velde in Canada and produced by Cookie Jar Entertainment. It featured three brightly colored characters - Deedee, Rooney, and Moe - who were members of the fictional band, The Doodlebops. The show was targeted towards preschoolers and aimed to educate children while entertaining them.

The Doodlebops were played by Jonathan Wexler as Deedee Doodle, Chad McNamara as Rooney Doodle, and Lisa J. Lennox as Moe Doodle. The characters were all dressed in bright and colorful costumes, and their personalities were reflected in their unique outfits. Deedee was the pink and yellow-clad leader of the band, who was always eager to solve problems and help her friends. Rooney was dressed in blue and green and was the brains behind the band's operations. Moe, the purple and yellow member of the band, was more laid back and often daydreamed about food.

Throughout each episode, the Doodlebops would encounter several challenges and obstacles, which they would work together to overcome. They would often find themselves in comedic situations, leading to silly mishaps and humorous moments for young viewers to enjoy. Each episode would revolve around a theme, such as friendship, honesty, or teamwork, and the characters would sing songs related to the topic. The music was a significant part of the show's appeal, and each episode featured several catchy tunes that were easy for children to sing along with.

The Doodlebops had a supporting cast of characters that appeared in each episode, including their tour manager, Bus Driver Bob, played by John Catucci. Bob drove the Doodlebops around in their magical tour bus, which had the ability to travel through time and space. In each episode, they would visit a new location and interact with the inhabitants, teaching them a valuable lesson through their music and antics.

One of the show's standout features was its use of vibrant and colorful sets, props, and costumes. Everything in the Doodlebops' world was bright and bold, from their wacky outfits to the stage they performed on. This visual style was sure to catch the attention of young viewers and keep them engaged throughout the show.

Doodlebops was well-received by young audiences and was praised for its educational content, catchy music, and engaging characters. It won several awards, including a Gemini award for Best Preschool Program or Series in 2005. Parents and teachers appreciated its positive messages and its ability to teach important social and emotional skills to young viewers.

Overall, Doodlebops was an entertaining and educational show that aimed to teach children valuable life lessons through music and humor. Its colorful characters, catchy music, and bright visuals made it a favorite among preschoolers, and it remains a beloved part of many childhoods to this day.

Doodlebops is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (65 episodes). The series first aired on April 10, 2005.

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Around the World
13. Around the World
November 15, 2007
Jazz has big news for the Doodlebops: she has booked them on their first-ever World Tour! Bob and the Doodles can't wait to travel around the world together. But before they leave, they have a lot to learn about the landmarks, music and dances...
Way Better
12. Way Better
July 8, 2007
When Jazz brings toys for the Doodlebops, Moe can't help but think everyone else's toys are better than his. After swapping toys with both Deedee and Rooney, Moe ends up with his original pick – the kazoo...
The Frazzles
11. The Frazzles
April 12, 2007
Moe is a tongue twister pro. But when Jazz thinks up a special Doodlebops tongue twister, she has Moe fumbling for the right words. Moe is muddled, fuddled, and flustered: he has the Frazzles! He needs to relax!
Oh, Brother
10. Oh, Brother
June 22, 2007
It's a big day for the Doodlebops. It's Bus Driver Bob's birthday, and they're making him a special song. Little do they know, the Doodles have a guest – Bob's identical twin brother Rob. Confusion and puzzlement ensues...
The Mo-Bot AKA Robo-Moe
9. The Mo-Bot AKA Robo-Moe
April 11, 2007
Deedee and Rooney can't believe just how loud and messy Moe can be. Luckily, Rooney has a cool new invention: Robo-Moe! Everyone marvels at how perfect Robo-Moe is – it looks just like Moe, but it's quiet and clean. But when Robo-Moe goes overboard...
Deedee's Accordion
8. Deedee's Accordion
May 13, 2007
Since they usually groove to rock n' roll music, Rooney and Moe think it would be really fun to try playing their song in a new style. Deedee reluctantly agrees, but she's not keen on the idea of playing the accordion that Audio Murphy brought...
Moe's Dinosaur
7. Moe's Dinosaur
May 20, 2007
Moe is so into his new Doodlesaurus model that he just can't wait to put it together. Convinced that reading the instructions will take too long, Moe plows ahead without them. But when the final product doesn't look much like a dinosaur at all...
All by Myself
6. All by Myself
April 15, 2007
When Jazzmin's To Do list becomes too long for her to handle alone, Audio Murphy jumps at the chance to help her out. Audio Murphy is convinced that he can get it all done by himself, but he soon learns that it's best to ask for help when you're in need.
Chicken and the Eggs
5. Chicken and the Eggs
April 10, 2007
The Doodlebops are excited to discover that the clubhouse chicken seems to have the answer for everything, and happily let the chicken make their decisions all day long. But when the chicken gets them lost en route to their concert, it's up to them!
Think Pink
4. Think Pink
April 9, 2007
Deedee's wish comes true when she acquires the magical ability to turn everything she touches pink. But after turning Audio Murphy, the outside of the bus, and her whole lunch pink...
Rhymes With Orange
3. Rhymes With Orange
June 3, 2007
The Doodles have fun challenging Jazzmin to create rhymes for different words. But when Moe stumps her with finding a rhyme for the word ‘orange,' Jazzmin loses her rhyming skills altogether. The Doodles put their rhyming caps on and help Jazzmin out...
Moe's Invention
2. Moe's Invention
May 20, 2007
When Moe starts fiddling with Rooney's invention box, he invents a gadget that can make people and things float. Moe's new invention is so popular that Rooney becomes jealous, until...
The Name Game
1. The Name Game
April 8, 2007
Deedee, Rooney and Moe all agree that it's time to do something new for their fans – and a new name for the band sounds like the perfect idea. But when it comes time to agree on a name, the Doodlebops find out that everyone likes something different.
Where to Watch Doodlebops
Doodlebops is available for streaming on the Lionsgate website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Doodlebops on demand at Hoopla.
  • Premiere Date
    April 10, 2005
  • IMDB Rating
    4.7  (698)