I was on Wayback Machine on Ragdoll in 2004,looking at news articles, until I saw (which seems to be true) Boohbah news articles about the episodes. The Second series actually started on March 16th, 2004. I don't know what the First episode of the 2nd Series was, but We will have to find out. Don't believe me? There's proof: []
As told on the 2nd Series news article, they said that 2 new episodes will be on Good Friday, Easter and Easter Monday.
Paper Plane - April 9th, 2004
Stream - April 9th, 2004 (Both Easter Friday)
Droopy Flowers - April 10th, 2004
Fido's Flag - April 12th, 2004
Feathers - April 12th, 2004 (Both Saturday)
I just now came to the realisation that the current images used for each Boohbah's article are their renders; thus, they are the same image (or pose) digitally re-coloured to identify a different Boohbah. On the show, the Boohbahs are not only different in colour, but they are also different in size and, in some cases, appearances, which is not represented in any of the pictures at all. Can you find more render and "in-show" images of the Boohbahs to use for each one's article?
I live in Australia and used to watch Boohbah on ABC until it got removed. So I have a list of Boohbah episodes that used to air on Boohbah (Only the first 52 episodes). Boohbah first got picked up by ABC on March 1st, 2004.
If I become an admin, I would give the Wiki a custom Wordmark and a custom Background. What about the fan fiction pages? If I make a Boohbah Fanon Wiki, You can probably move them to the fanon wiki. Also, I might probably remove the fan fiction pages if I make a fanon wiki.Oh yeah, Also fix Categories.
Rohan Anthony Hordo 3.0 wrote: If I become an admin, I would give the Wiki a custom Wordmark and a custom Background. What about the fan fiction pages? If I make a Boohbah Fanon Wiki, You can probably move them to the fanon wiki. Also, I might probably remove the fan fiction pages if I make a fanon wiki.Oh yeah, Also fix Categories.
You are right on the ball with the fan-fiction articles. It would also be great if the categories got cleaned up (many ones need to be removed, as they're either redundant or they should already be covered on the articles they're related to).
I have to admit, I like your ideas! Maybe, giving how much I've contributed to here, I can be your partner of sorts.......could I?
This is just a theory. Last time I was on Wikipedia and was on the Boohbah Epsiode list. The Google profile says it ended on Jan 6th, 2006, but the Wikipedia says it ended on March 11th 2005. Could this be true? What do you think what year Boohbah ended? 2005, or 2006.
Technically, the series ended in 2004; if you were referring to when Boohbah finished airing, then I would go with circa-2005/2006, but production of it wrapped up one or two years earlier. (I would also presume that, if you consider the show to be made up of two 52-episode seasons, the show could've also stopped airing new episodes in 2004.)
The PBS Kids "version" of Boohbah, however, definitely ended in 2006.
Rohan Anthony Hordo 3.0 wrote: I was doing infoboxes for the episodes, soI need to know the episode's releasedates, directors and writers.
If that's so, the release dates for the episodes vary; the first 52 episodes probably premiered in the United Kingdom in 2003 (the other half in 2004; this is only a guess), while 65 episodes aired on PBS Kids from 2004 to 2006.
Hey, guys, back on December 12th (this year), I have thought about making a fan film of the Teletubbies meeting the Boohbahs! I hope you guys will enjoy this feature length movie I will probably work on. I need some casting roles who can voice characters with good impressions. Sophie can voice Brother and Sister (because they're her favourite characters), I can voice Grandpapa, Mr Man, and Tinky Winky and Dre Higbee could voice the Boohbahs (because he can do their voices very good). Also, This is my 200th edit!