During the 70's there's no doubt that Sid and Marty Krofft Productions ruled the Saturday morning scene with shows like H.R. Pufunstuff, Lidsville, Sigmund and the Seamonsters, and my favorite Land of the Lost. And then there's The Bugaloos. An attempt to recreate The Monkees phenomenon, this ill-fated conundrum of a show offered up four fresh-faced Brits who gyred and gimbled on the tube with an easy aplomb and dreadful costumes which purported to make them resemble insects who live in..ahem... "Tranquility Forest".
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If you really want the full experience try out this overwrought and fundamentally soul-crushing Bugaloos episode.