It has taken me a long, long time to love The Wiggles. I bought this dvd for our (now 2 year old) daughter after seeing The Wiggles on Tarrant On TV, and deciding that if I had to watch a kids dvd, I might as well get in a few jingoistic laughs. The first 15 times I watched it with my daughter, I smirked through Crunchy Munchy Honeycakes, laughed with great triumph at Hot Potato and hurriedly pressed Fast Forward when the Wiggles Puppets appeared. The next 15 times I watched it, I found myself marvelling at how absorbed our daughter was, and I started associating The Wiggles with a rare sense of peace and quiet. After I had watched this dvd for the 50th time, I was humming the tunes, hell, we all were, and my husband had picked Anthony as his favourite Wiggle (don't ask, he has also just informed me that he is a fan of Gok's Fashion Fix, should I be worried, yes). Now that I am pro-Wiggles, the things I like about them are that their songs are catchy, multi-cultural and educational what with the counting and look-both-ways-before-crossing-the-road etc. The things I do not like: Captain Feathersword is creepy, and the Wiggles Puppets are simply horrendous. But who cares what I think - as long as our kid loves them, then so do I. This is our ONLY kids dvd and I play it once a day for 15 mins so that I am able to cook dinner without a whining toddler hanging onto my leg. EVERY DAY! The SAME DVD! And I still have my sanity. That says alot about The Wiggles.