Unbelievable, but Kiki and Bubu are back!
When we created the first couple of episodes for Boing Boing TV in 2008, who would have thought that the two wooly Neo-Marxist fellows would still be around in 2012?
Well, they are! Here is their newest and most epic (50 minutes!) puppet extravaganza!
Our favorite sock puppets Kiki and Bubu have some feelings, so they sign up for an online dating site. When the People of China want to become their friend, they are excited. However, sending the People of China a video of themselves proves to be difficult: Their content gets flagged as inappropriate and taken down from YouTube. On the long quest for knowledge which follows, Kiki and Bubu learn all about Internet censorship. And love.
monochrom: Kiki and Bubu's "RATED R US"
Ryleigh is a teenager with Tourette Syndrome who makes absolutely wonderful videos like the one below that she hopes will “spread awareness about Tourettes as well as joy and laughter.” See more of her clips at Tourettes Teen!
Well played and certainly worth the effort: I like pranks which do not abuse or insult anyone pic.twitter.com/aiUSUDcC2H— Tyrantasorus (@tyrantasorus) November 2, 2018
The schmaltzy opening for one of the worst TV shows ever is perfect for the worst administration ever. And you thought the TITANIC was a disaster…TURN SOUND ON! (this is great) pic.twitter.com/D8uYpydmBv — 💙Koko ✊🏻✊🏾✊🏿💙 (@Kokomothegreat) November 5, 2018
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