Since looking it up the other day, I haven’t been able to get Jellyman Kelly out of my mind. Seriously. What does this say about the pervasive power of children’s programming? Shit, what would media theorist Neil Postman say?

In other words, the most important thing one learns is always something about how one learns. As Dewey wrote in another place, we learn what we do. Television educates by teaching children to do what television-viewing requires of them. And that is as precisely remote from what a classroom requires of them as reading a book is from watching a stage show.

[Amusing Ourselves to Death – p. 144]

What does that mean? Not sure. But for some reason, I can’t stop singing and eating jelly.