Snappy Larry's Showtime (Lost Nick Jr. Interstitial Series and US Dub)


Snappy Larry's Showtime
Status Partially Found

Snappy Larry's Showtime was a British interstitial series that was aired on Nick Jr. UK around the mid 2000's. There also exists an American dub of the series that aired on the US version of said channel.

The premise of the series is like so: Snappy Larry would introduce the show and explain the sing-along feature. He would introduce an animal who would then sing a nursery rhyme with sing-along lyrics at the bottom of the screen. After he/she finishes singing, Snappy Larry wraps up the show.

An anonymous user on Answers.com recalls an episode that features the song "London Bridge", but did not specify the animal who sings it. YouTubeFan43 recalls an episode where a yellow snake sings "Pop Goes the Weasel". A full episode featuring a lion singing "Looby Loo" was found. Before this, only a short clip from another episode had surfaced. Recently, the US dub of an episode featuring a blue monkey singing "Skip to my Lou" has surfaced.

A clip courtesy of Mrhammadmossop1988 Ul Haq.
A full episode courtesy of Lastofthetimelordz (found 3:39 in).
The US dub of the episode "Skip to my Lou".

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Anonymous user #1

4 months ago
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The full episode runs from 3:39 to 6:08 in the video, that make episodes roughly 3 and a half minutes.
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Anonymous user #1

4 months ago
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Apparently, this episode was on TV (I don't know if it was a new episode) on or after June 18, 2004. That was Shrek 2: The Game's European release. It was definitely in the summer, though, because of that water park commercial.
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Anonymous user #2

4 months ago
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Whoa
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Anonymous user #3

4 months ago
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wat
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Anonymous user #4

4 months ago
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Ca Ca
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