Adults inspired to watch Teletubbies by the Falwell-fueled controversy over Tinky Winky's purported sexual orientation may find the show odd for other reasons. The four amorphous, brightly colored title characters with TV screens on their tummies are strange enough; but what about Teletubbyland itself? At the beginning of each show, a sun with a laughing baby on its face rises over a landscape of rolling green field, plastic flowers, and cavorting bunnies. The Teletubbies' home is inside a ...

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