Today on blameitonjorge, we take a look into more kids shows and family sitcoms that took on real life problems.
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Mind Pollution - Captain Planet Wiki
Moments in Children's Television: Captain Planet and the Planeteers
She's Got Game - The Proud Family Wiki
Episode 1476 - THE NEIGHBORHOOD ARCHIVE
Silence is Not Golden - Full House Wiki
Season 6, Episode 17, “Silence Is Not Golden” - The Real Full House Reviewed
Episode 4715 - Muppet Wiki
Julia - Muppet Wiki
"Sons of the Fathers" - DCAU Wiki
BraceFace: S1, E13 “Miami Vices” - Rose Colored Glasses Reviewer
Alone at Sea - Steven Universe Wiki
'Steven Universe' is exploring relationships for a young, audience - Splinter
It's All About Power: 'Steven Universe' Tackles Relationships In "Alone At Sea" - Movie Pilot
Smart Guy: Strangers on the Net - Drunken Philosopher
Watch a Rare Episode of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood About - Mental Floss
Mister Rogers still to the rescue - My News LA
Dealing with Death - The Fred Rogers Company
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10 Episodes of Kids Shows That Dealt With Serious Issues II | blameitonjorge
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