I Love You

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  • 2008
  • 1 Season

I Love You is a children's television show that has gained immense popularity for its wholesome and educative content. The show features a cast of lovable and colorful characters that engage with young viewers and teach them essential life lessons. The central character of the show is Barney, a purple dinosaur, who is joined by a diverse group of children and other animals.

David Joyner was the original actor who played Barney, while Carey Stinson took over the role later on. Barney communicates with the children in a gentle and friendly way and educates them about a range of topics, including safety, health, and emotional intelligence. His songs and catchphrases have become household names and are very popular amongst children.

Dean Wendt provides the voice for Barney, and his upbeat and cheerful delivery complements the show's tone. The other main characters in the show include Baby Bop, a green dinosaur, and BJ, a yellow dinosaur. Both Baby Bop and BJ are voiced by Julie Johnson and Jeff Ayers, respectively.

Patty Wirtz voices some of the human characters, including Stella the Storyteller, who reads stories to Barney and the children. Another human character is Derek, played by actor Rickey Carter, who is one of the children in Barney's group of friends.

The show also features guest appearances by famous celebrities, including Selena Gomez, Demi Lovato, and Oprah Winfrey. These guest appearances add a unique charm to the show and make it more relatable for children.

The educational content of I Love You is rooted in the show's catchy songs and rhymes, which help children remember important lessons. The show also includes interactive activities like dancing and singing, which encourage children to participate and engage with the show more actively. The show teaches children about the importance of good manners, sharing, and being kind to others.

The show has been successful in engaging with young children and has become a beloved show for many families around the world. The show's message of love and friendship has resonated with audiences of all ages, and it has become a cultural phenomenon.

The production value of the show is also noteworthy. The set design and costumes are colorful and bright, which appeals to children's sensibilities. The show's visual effects are also impressive, with the use of puppets and animatronics to bring the characters to life.

I Love You is not just a children's show but is also an essential tool for parents and educators to teach children about life skills and emotional intelligence. The show has been praised for its constructive messaging and has received numerous awards for its contribution to children's television.

In conclusion, I Love You is a children's show that has become a cultural phenomenon. Its message of love and friendship, combined with its educational content, has made it a beloved show for families around the world. The show's catchy songs and interactive activities engage children and help them learn essential life skills. With its lovable characters and fun-filled episodes, I Love You is a show that will continue to entertain and educate children for generations to come.

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Episode 16
16. Episode 16
May 27, 2008
For the contest, judges question Chul Soo if he helped Young Hee. Chul Soo asks them for a fair screening. After realizing Young Hee is not among the finalists, Chul Soo tries to encourage her.
Episode 15
15. Episode 15
May 26, 2008
A robber gets into the bank and threatens Chul Soo. Young Hee throws the piggy bank at the robber and catches him with a high-kick.
Episode 14
14. Episode 14
May 20, 2008
When Chul Soo gets home, Young Hee starts to poke and pry about the envelop full of money. While she shouts at him to get out, Chul Soo's mother and Young Hee's mother enter the house and they get embarrassed.
Episode 13
13. Episode 13
May 19, 2008
Young Hee feels sorry for Young Hee(B) who is tormented after she has a miscarriage. Young Hee asks Chul Soo why the cartoon has not been printed on the newspaper.
Episode 12
12. Episode 12
May 13, 2008
Byoung Ho and Young Hee(B) buy the goods for their baby. Byoung Ho says he will work during the daytime as well for the sake of the family of three.
Episode 11
11. Episode 11
May 12, 2008
Young Hee tells Young Hee(B) that his baby inside her is a good kid and Young Hee(B) feels envious of her.
Episode 10
10. Episode 10
May 6, 2008
Young Hee tells Chul Soo she'll become a good wife and mother. That makes him feel guilty even more.
Episode 9
9. Episode 9
May 5, 2008
Ah Young says Chul Soo tries to get married with Young Hee because he feels sorry for making her pregnant. In a fit of anger, Young Hee responds by saying all relationships are not always developed the same way.
Episode 8
8. Episode 8
April 29, 2008
Chul Soo gets at a loss after asked by Young Hee, Jin Hee and Young Hee(B) about the bar night.
Episode 7
7. Episode 7
April 28, 2008
Young Hee's father sheds tears after he gets to know about the relationship between Young Hee and Chul Soo.
Episode 6
6. Episode 6
April 22, 2008
Chul Soo visits Young Hee's house and her mother tries to make sure they'll never let her husband know Young Hee gets pregnant.
Episode 5
5. Episode 5
April 21, 2008
Young Hee gets frustrated when Chul Soo's mother urges her to get abortion on the condition that she does not pay for the diamond worth 30 million won.
Episode 4
4. Episode 4
April 15, 2008
Chul Soo tells Young Hee's family he used to be dating Young Hee.
Episode 3
3. Episode 3
April 14, 2008
Byoung Ho tells Chul Soo he has a girl pregnant but won't get married, and Chul Soo understands him.
Episode 2
2. Episode 2
April 8, 2008
Chul Soo wakes up finding himself sleeping in a strange place.
Episode 1
1. Episode 1
April 7, 2008
Chul Soo sees Young Hee watching his cartoon "I love you" in a subway train.
  • Premiere Date
    April 7, 2008