After years of absence, the children’s show “Batibot” returns on air this week.
Premiering in the early 80s as “Sesame,” the Filipino version of “Sesame Street,” “Batibot” left the television screens in 2002, after 18 years on local television. During its almost-two-decade run, the show was…
aliw aliw aliw…ako’y naaaliw… nakikita ko yung ibang animation habang ginagawa sila.
kilala ko yung bumuo ng theme song… at kumanta
kilala ko yung ibang mga batang gaganap.
kilala ko yung gumagawa ng script at nagtetrain sa bata…
PUNKS! makikita ko rin ang kamay ko sa batibot balang araw…maghahand paint ako… yey! =P
N.A., pwede rin bang umekstra ang kamay ko? :’) para pag pinanood ng anak ko, ituturo ko agad yung kamay ko na akin yun.
“Look, other bands, they want to make it about sex or pain, but you know, The Beatles, they had it all figured out, okay? “I Want to Hold Your Hand.” The first single. It’s effing brilliant, right?… That’s what everybody wants, Nicky. They don’t want a twenty-four-hour hump sesh, they don’t want to be married to you for a hundred years. They just want to hold your hand.”—Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist. (via: holdyoutouchyoufeelyou)