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September 11, 2020 / Posted by:

TV Teddy!

Teddy Ruxpin was sold by a toy company called Worlds of Wonder (and it was later sold to Hasbro) in 1985, and even though he was an obvious fuzzy creature from Hell who diabolically watched families as they slept and recorded their private conversations to leak to his maker Lucifer, he was a huge hit. So because many families decided to actually pay money to bring a possessed teddy bear into their home, other Teddy Ruxpin-like toys were birthed out like TV Teddy!

Yes! Entertainment (more like No! Entertainment) bought Teddy Ruxpin from Hasbro in the late-90s, and when they did, they used the dark-sided technologically of Teddy Ruxpin to make TV Teddy. TV Teddy was like Mystery Science Theater 3000 but creepy because he was a talking teddy bear who commented on shit you watched with him. But it’s not like you could watch any show with TV Teddy, he came with VHS tapes and you had to hook him up to a transmitter to get him to work. This is how Wikipedia explains the workings of TV Teddy:

The TV Teddy system consisted of a series of specially encoded VHS cassettes, an RF-transmitter that relayed signals encoded on the video track to the animatronic, and an animatronic RF-receiver consisting of a loudspeaker, and two servos which provided much-simplified eye and mouth movements compared to both the WOW and Playskool versions. The VHS cassettes consisted of original opening content specifically designed for Teddy to interact with, followed by previously-released Hi-Topps videos which were encoded with additional content for the anamatronic.

Here’s a commercial showing off TV Teddy’s riveting television commentary (example: TV Teddy says “It’s a pirate!” when a pirate comes on the screen):

During these times when the news is filled with depressing shit, it would be nice to have TV Teddy to giggle along with you while watching some wholesome and happy programming. And I’m sure that TV Teddy would smile and happily laugh as he opens a portal to a dark world on your TV screen and pushes you into it.

Pic: Pinterest

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