9 December 2014 | practicallypeach
A show about how all adults are stupid and need children
Well...at least Dora only yells at us half of the time instead of constantly like when she was younger. That's pretty much where the compliments end from me.
Talk about toothless. You add 7 years to Dora and nothing changes. You still have have silly premises. You still have 3 obstacles. And you still have that 4th wall-breaking moment where the characters address the audience and ask for help. You'd think Dora would take up loftier goals now that she's grown up a bit.
If you can't tell by now, I hate this show with a passion. I hate any show that dumbs down adults so much so that the heroes can actually have some actual relevance. But this is Dora. If you actually need Dora's help, your a creature of myth. This is why the Dora the Explorer worked (kinda...). It's a king-among-retards scenario. We're shaving some serious numbers off of ones IQ. The adults are petty, short sighted, barely functional and need Dora and her friends to tell them that banning dancing, all music that isn't Opera, or fun in general is just not right. And all through the magic of song! So while every other adult is sitting on their hands sulking, blowing spit bubbles, and feeling sorry for themselves, Dora is actually doing something about things...in the most ridiculous ways a teenager(?) can.