Celebrate National Dog Day with a look at some shows that feature a few of the most adorable dogs on TV. Watch the video. Join your favorite celebrities and sing-along to the song that's got everybody going "Wubba! Looking for something to watch? Choose an adventure below and discover your next favorite movie or TV show.
Copyrighted in , the song was composed by Christopher Cerf and Norman Stiles. In the song, Grover first sees a monster in the mirror before realizing the monster is himself, a theme repeated from the book The Monster at the End of This Book: Starring Lovable, Furry Old Grover. Los Angeles Times reviewer David Zurawik called the celebrity music video "the happiest two minutes of film that I've ever seen". One of the song's refrains is "Wubba Wubba Woo". After a few of the song's verses, the monster's intense stare becomes less fierce. Turim said that the verses move from "the transliteration of babytalk " "Wabba wabba wabba wabba woo woo woo" to "recognizable English phonemes " "I will wabba you and you will wabba me". She interpreted the latter verse as being babytalk for "I will love you if you will love me". She wrote that "Violence, proxemics, and touch are hinted at when the monster's 'wabba' seems to become meaningfully transitive and even aggressive, sounding like a threatening 'rubba'. The music video accompanying the song features a collection of scenes from popular culture in television.
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