Clarence: Mystery Piñata DVD Review and #Giveaway

        On February 10th, 2015 The Cartoon Network released Clarence: Mystery Piñata on Blu-ray™ and DVD.  This unique and a bit odd show includes tons of bonus features including the original pilot episode as well as being packaged with a whopping 12 episodes.  Being that we had recently seen a preview for this, the boys were pumped to watch the Mystery Piñata episode especially!

        The synopsis says "Celebrate the best of childhood: epic dirt fights, awkward crushes, trampoline combat, sleepover pranks and secret tree forts all through the eyes of Clarence. His novel perspective transforms nearly any situation, however mundane, into the best day ever. No matter what happens, nothing brings Clarence down."

        While I agreed to review this show and am aware that it is very popular for boys aged 6-11, I am a bit disappointed in the fact that it is geared towards my young boys.  It is extremely strange, very off the wall, and I was not a fan.  Declan, thankfully attempted to watch the entire DVD and quickly realized himself that this was not something he had any interest in.

DVD SRP: $14.97
Recommendation:  I thought it was funny at a few parts but definitely on the weird side and not my idea of a children's show.  Thank goodness the kids were not totally upset about it being a dud in our house in the end.  I don't know about spending $15 to buy this.
Release Date: February 10, 2015
Running Time: 132 minutes
Rating: TV-PG
UPC Code: 883929448159

Giveaway:  Cartoon Network is going to give one of A Lucky Ladybug's lucky readers Clarence: Mystery Piñata DVD of their own!
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  3. I love Clarence. The entire show reminds me quite a bit of my childhood - kids playing outside and riding bikes. The kids in it use their imaginations and don't play on electronics all day.

  4. I used to sneak out to see my boyfriend, that was my naughtiest

  5. Vera Wilson said
    After finishing chores, going outside to play. Not sitting in front of a game or tv most of the day.

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  6. Lots of kick the can and snowball fights.

  7. Caterpillar catching would be a choice activity!

  8. Growing up I remember spending quality time with my family, walking, biking, camping, and fishng.

  9. Camping and fishing were really big parts of my childhood! And of course staying out all day until it got dark and that's when dinner time was!

  10. amy guillaume lindermanMarch 4, 2015 at 10:19 AM

    i did alot of imaginary play with my sister growing up. i love that about clarence. my kids love this show!

  11. me and my sister used to have lots of mud fights

  12. Spending time outside playing with the neighborhood kids. We went walking, made up our own games, all kinds of fun stuff!

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  14. Loved going white water kayaking as a teenager. It was a lot of fun.

  15. Joking & pulling pranks on my sister & cousin.


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