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22 May 2016

Peppa pig

Parents enjoy watching the show using their children as they can relate to the events captured inside the episodes. One particular episode involves Peppa crashing Mummy's computer, which I am sure many a mother or father can relate to! This allows parents to see day to day events like this through a child's eyes in an amusing way.

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Another appealing aspect of the show that makes it so well loved is its do-it-yourself feel. It is like an intelligently made low budget indie film than the multi-million dollar Hollywood no brainer blockbuster! The animations will be in 2D and are plain and simply done. This gives it a good, family run feel.

What exactly about the characters? In Peppa's immediate household is younger brother George, Mummy Pig and Daddy Pig. The nearest family friends include Rebecca Rabbit and Mummy Rabbit, Suzy Sheep and Mummy Sheep. You could have noticed a common theme here - every one of the characters are animals! The animals simultaneously exhibit both human and animal traits. As an example, Daddy Pig visits work and drives an automobile, but also snorts and enjoys a great old roll about inside the mud! Something else you could have noticed is that the first letter of each character is the same as the very first letter of their full name. This letter even matches the very first letter of the form of animal they are. Other for example Danny Dog, Emily Elephant, and Pedro Pony.


Peppa was recently shrouded in controversy! Through the campaign for the 2010 general election in the uk. The Labour Party had booked the services of Peppa Pig to appear in one of their events. The wedding was to promote the Sure Start scheme, that can bring together a range of children's services. However, pet owners of Peppa Pig, E1 entertainment, got cold feet and failed to want Peppa to be seen to be associated with one political party over another and so withdrew the rights for that Labour Party to use Peppa as publicity.


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