My Bedbugs (partially found children's TV program; 2002-2006)
My Bedbugs was a children's TV program that ran from March 4th 2002 to April 23rd 2006 on many PBS stations.
This television program featured characters Gooby, Toofy, and Woozy. It was created by husband and wife Alex Greene and Carol Sweeney in 2002.
This series became rare when the program was under new ownership. No episodes of this show can be found online except for two quick clips on YouTube. The series was the inspiration for the infamous 2012 film flop The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure.
A few screenshots of the characters subsist online.
Season One Episodes
|#||Episode Title||Air Date||Status|
|1||The Lost Sock Adventure||June 6, 2002||Partially Found|
|2||Gooby Loses a Tooth||June 16, 2002||Lost|
|3||Happy Halloween||June 23, 2002||Lost|
|4||Name Unknown||June 27, 2002||Lost|
|5||Snoozy Speaks Up; Woozy Plays Bugball||July 7, 2002||Lost|
|6||World of Foods; Pirates of the Bugabean||July 11, 2002||Lost|
|7||Gooby Gets Upset; Rock Stars||July 18, 2002||Partially Found|
|8||J. Edgar's Special Birthday; Rainy Day||July 25, 2002||Partially Found|
|9||J. Edgar Goes to the Doctor; Toofy's Trip to the Dentist||July 29, 2002||Lost|
|10||Story of Little Flower; Dinosaur Egg||August 20, 2002||Lost|
|11||Healthy Food, Healthy You; Help Your Neighbor||August 29, 2002||Lost|
|12||When I Grow Up; Great Day for a Parade||September 12, 2002||Lost|
|13||Gooby's Video Games; Gold Rush Mountain||September 19, 2002||Lost|
|14||Bugville Olympics; Be Patient Woozy||October 24, 2002||Lost|
|15||Bedbug Memories||November 10, 2002||Lost|
|16||Gooby's Glasses; Always Tell the Truth||November 14, 2002||Lost|