David: Foofa! She's pink and fluffy!
Ruth: No...it's "she's pink and happy."
David: Whatever. She's pink.
Ruth (talking about that day's episode of Yo Gabba Gabba): Today, they learned about losing their teeth.
David (thinking we had switched back to talking about playschool): Losing their teeth?
Ruth: Yeah, like, how it's okay if your teeth get loose and they'll come out, but don't be scared. And the tooth fairy comes. You know, that type of thing.
David: But, how is that something they would even know to talk about it?
Ruth: Well, I mean, it happens to everybody. Sometimes kids are scared of that and it's good they're teaching them that it's okay. They sing songs about it.
David: What in the world? They sing songs about it?
Ruth (puzzled as to why this is so confusing to him): Yes. One time, they learned about taking naps. And one time they learned about making new friends. Every day is different...sometimes they talk about cars or babies or bugs...
David: But...I don't understand how they could possibly imagine that a child would remember a song about losing their teeth or any of that for that matter.
Ruth: What are you talking about? Kids remember songs.
David: What are we paying for? I mean, it seems they would just play with them and teach them basic things for now.
Ruth: Huh? Paying for? It's on TV.
David: OH! You're talking about Yo Gabba Gabba.
Ruth: OH! You're talking about playschool.
David: Well, that was fun.