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SailorRosette

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Posted 01 June 2011 - 08:04 PM ( #1 )

Have you ever seen "The Dinosaurs" show?

It was on ABC. It aired in 1991-1994 for 4 seasons of Pan hitting fun. I'm sure some of you weren't around yet. Or some of you will be like... What is that? What is so special... I DARE you to watch the theme atleast to see what they were. See what makes Baby Sinclair so halirous.

I loved this show when I was little. I always wanted to watch it just to see what Baby Sinclair would do. If it wasn't the original Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers (Not the updated with comic words... or crap like that)Rainbow Brite, CareBears, MyLittlePony or the Rugrats... Which were many 90's kids favorite shows too. One of the only shows I would watch were these. If they weren't on the list I just typed... I wouldn't watch it. I'd be playing with my Polly Pockets and all the little "choking hazards" they won't let kids play with today..... Another story...

The Dinosaurs theme opening

and if you go wondering around Youtube for simmilar videos... Yes Baby Sinclair is the Voice of Elmo. So don't freak out trying to figure it out. Oh and not all those videos are of The Dinosaurs show... Only click them if they look like the chracter in the theme. Fair Warning.

Edited by SailorRosette, 01 June 2011 - 08:29 PM.


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Posted 01 June 2011 - 09:23 PM ( #2 )

OMG, I was just thinking about that show recently! Ahhh, nostalgia. Baby Sinclair was awesome! I watched it when I was younger too and I remember getting a kick out of it. That and Reboot (anyone remember that show?), which was another one of my childhood favorites.

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Posted 01 June 2011 - 09:51 PM ( #3 )

Really? Thats cool! I was reminded of it when I was watching the current Power Rangers Samurai on Nick...(For kicks) I was like... My old Power Rangers is better... No... The Dinosaurs topped that! I doubt the Dinosaurs would come back because of how random the baby is... I remember him sticking himself in the tail with a fork thing... I'm sure he did more stuff like that. Battle off between Family Guy Stuie though. hehehe.

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Posted 03 June 2011 - 09:46 AM ( #4 )

Dinosaurs was one of the best shows of the 90s. I never missed an episode. I even had several Dinosaurs T-Shirts. Too bad the series pretty much ended with everyone about to die due to an ice age. That was about as bad as the Alf finale.

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Posted 03 June 2011 - 07:19 PM ( #5 )

I never thought the show ended... I just thought the time changed until I moved... I was like... Wow... I haven't seen this in so long? When is it on now-a-days? People told me its been off since before we moved... So... I was stuck on M.M. PowerRangers the movie and Rugrats along with Disney Channel.... Ur... Zoog Disney... hehehe. I miss Zoog Disney. I didn't catch my others shows much anymore since I moved... Most of them were ending or have been in too many re-runs.

Given I was 6 when I moved... well I considered myself back then a bit ignorant or something like that. I'm still stuck on the shows though... I did eventually figure out they cancelled it and my other shows...

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Posted 03 June 2011 - 07:25 PM ( #6 )

I don't think any channel airs Dinosaurs these days. I think it's available on DVD though.