As the parent of three girls under 12, I can tell you first hand there are few children’s programs that are tolerable if you are the adult in the room. Good is almost unheard of.
Phineas and Ferb is the exception — the cartoon about two stepbrothers determined to enjoy their summer was smart and entertaining. Not that I ever came home late night from covering a game and just put it on to unwind even though the kids were asleep. Nope. Don’t think that ever happened five or six times. Not a chance.
But I’m not as big a fan as the Grizzlies’ Tony Wroten.
That’s a level of commitment I don’t have. I’m not sure anyone else has.