Boohbah aired on PBS in HD from 2003–2005 with reruns until 2008. In case you’re still confused, here are a couple facts that might help understand - but not making any promises.
“Boohbah” means “doll” in Hebrew, and the rounded shape of the central characters is reminiscent of the bouba/kiki effect, but it is not clear if these ideas influenced the name of the show.
“The Boohbahs are five furry, gumdrop-shaped creatures played by actors in full body costumes. Their thick, shimmery fur sparkles with tiny lights”
My kids LOVED Boobah. Creepy ass show.
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