For me Fraggle Rock is an icon of the 1980's which brings to mind other shows like the Crosby show, Facts of Life and Full House. I remember having watched Fraggle Rock however having been in my early teens I don't recall the original episodes. which left me wanting to give Fraggle Rock: Meet The Fraggles a review.
On this DVD you get six introductory episodes where you get to meet all the main Fraggle characters and their unique personalities. It starts out with Beginnings when Doc first decides to turn his basement into a workshop with Sprocket his friendly companion. Here you get to meet Uncle Matt who is the traveler searching the caves in Fraggle Rock seeking outer space, when he ends up finding the entrance to Doc's basement. The other five episodes that follow are We Love You Wembley, Boober's Dream, Red's Club, Mokey the Minstrels and Gobo's Discovery.
The Fraggles series is not just for children and now a new generation of fans is realizing that Fraggle Rock is a show that adults can also enjoy and watch with the whole family. I enjoy the quirky characters, the message behind their escapades and I am always left impressed by the amount of preparation and work that went into this series. There is a lot of singing and dancing in the Fraggle community which is at times can seem excessive but if you can get past that and view there singing as one of their many art forms it actually becomes enjoyable. My only problem with this DVD is that with all the technology today it would have been so much better if it could have been upgraded before its reintroduction.