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Digital Teletubbies

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All over our green and pleasant land TV transmitters are being switched off, digital is coming and the golden age of analog is soon to be over. But what will the Teletubbies do? Oh no! Their head aeriels won't work! How will they watch their little square tummies? They'll need to get digiboxes to decode the new digital signal: little green, furry, teletubby digiboxes. Connected by tubbystring to their head aeriels. They can carry them around in little satchels when they go out to play and watch their tummies among the rabbits.
wagster, Apr 09 2005

sp: teletubbies http://easyweb.easy...me/comedy/tubby.htm
[po, Apr 10 2005]


       This annotation is just to make it clear that I have No Comment. Over to Po.
Basepair, Apr 09 2005

       I suggest they upgrade to "aerials", too.+
FarmerJohn, Apr 10 2005

       I actually submitted a script to the producer and requesting a dance-on part as Aunty GaGa who remembers when all teletubbies were black and white. I had a really really lovely response!
po, Apr 10 2005

       You know your child is growing up when you can no longer spell Teletubby correctly. As for aeriels - can't think of a decent excuse for that one.
wagster, Apr 10 2005

       This is a great and very lovely idea.
zeno, Apr 10 2005

       hey, its crucial to their survival. not seen them in the tv listings in an age.
po, Apr 11 2005

       Since the Teletubbies are already subversively promoting deviant sexual behavior in children, maybe they should have a cable hook-up character called Jack. After watching a video in their tummies, the Tubbies squeal together "Again! Again!" Now they could plug into the cable system saying "Jack in! Jack on!"
Cube, Jan 26 2006

       Please note that in some areas it may also be necessary to upgrade them to use a wideband aerial :)
Minimal, Jan 26 2006

       I don't wanna know where the Top-up TV card goes.
coprocephalous, Jan 26 2006

       neither do I.
po, Jan 26 2006

       I think the Teletubbies are notable 'early adopters' of new technologies. We're only just starting to wake up to video-on-demand but they had it years ago ("Again! Again!"). I wouldn't be surprised if their favourite clips were also accessible via some sort of teletubby-based PVR system.
hippo, Jan 26 2006

       Also, I wonder when the 'tubbies will go widescreen? I guess with the onset of middle-age spread that one will be solved naturally...
Minimal, Jan 26 2006


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