Cute, pink, fuzzy and toxic to little girls.
Based on nine months of research and auditions with dozens of puppeteers, Abby is three, talkative, but shy around strangers and sometimes gets so nervous she disappears.
She's also capable of turning things into pumpkins, but not so good at turning them back.
Columnist Lenore Skenazy described Abby Cadabby as "exactly the kind of sugar and spice stereotype you'd hope Sesame Street wouldn't stoop to".
Lady - just what kind of crack are you on?
Oh, and let's not forget the holy rollers!
On some Christian websites, such as the Rapture Ready Message Board, parents say they're unhappy with Abby's supernatural powers because they imply witchcraft.
1. Fairies = not witches
2. Witches = are not bad.
3. Fuck off.
Little girls are supposed to be sugar and spice and all that good stuff. If they weren't, they wouldn't survive long enough to have their own bundles of joy later in life.
People really need to get a grip and shut the hell up and quit trying to parent everyone else's children. I'm pretty sure the majority of parents can figure out their kid's viewing habits on their own fuckyouverymuch.