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Index → May 2008Week's best bets for kids
Week's best bets for kids
Source citation: , (May 17, 2008). "Week's best bets for kids." Tribune Media Services. Retrieved October 28, 2013.

"The Mighty B!": A psychic tells Bessie that she has the gift to see into the future. Bessie, whose optimism is boundless, can't wait to start predicting the future. But she's not good at it. In the second cartoon, Bessie proves her future could be in journalism as she digs to find out what the cool girls were whispering about. Saturday, 3:30 p.m., NICK

"The Incredibles": A retired superhero and family man finds life truly dull in the burbs. Mom is stretched beyond recognition, the teenage daughter hides behind her hair and snottiness, and the little brother lives to annoy people. They just happen to be superheroes, and when called to save the world they leave the suburbs behind. Sunday, 6 p.m. FAM

"Cyberchase": "A Change of Art" starts off this series "Mystery Week." This time, the gang learns about interpreting changes in line graphs. Hacker starts sculpting to release his anger and gives away his art projects. But whenever one of his sculptures appears, the power dies. Monday, 3 p.m., WTTW-Ch. 11

"Read It and Weep": It's every diarist's nightmare: Jamie's journal is found and accidentally published. She shoots to fame but has real trouble differentiating between her fantasy life and reality. Sisters Kay and Danielle Panabaker are delightful as Jamie and her alter-ego, Is. Tuesday, 7 p.m., DISN

"SpongeBob Squarepants": In "Nature Pants," SpongeBob has a Henry David Thoreau moment and decides to leave Bikini Bottom behind and live with the wild jellyfish. In "Opposite Day," Squidward thinks SpongeBob's rowdy ways will scare away prospective buyers for Squidward's house, so he proclaims it "opposite day" in an effort to get SpongeBob to behave. Wednesday, 7 p.m., NICK

"Tak and the Power of Juju": Jibolba concocts a brew to cure the tribe of flu every year, but this time it isn't working. Jibolba feels like a failure, so Tak uses Juju magic to fix the potion. The only problem is he has an allergic reaction to it, so Jibolba's talents as a medicine man are very much needed. Thursday, 2 p.m., NICK

"George of the Jungle": When George presses his ear to a seashell, he doesn't hear the soothing waves but a voice. And that voice directs him to do some silly antics. Thursday, 8 p.m., TOON

"The Rugrats Movie": Tommy is worried that with the arrival of his brother, Dil Pickles, he will be forgotten. So Tommy and his brigade of diaper-wearing pals decide to return Dil to the hospital. Friday, 6 a.m., SHO


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