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Main[ edit ] It has been suggested that this article be split into a new article titled Robbie Rotten. She lives in a yellow house with Mayor Meanswell, her uncle. Recognizable by her all-pink outfit, Stephanie is initially disappointed by Ziggy, Stingy, Trixie and Pixel, her friends' laziness and coaxes them to partake in healthier activities. Her attempts are often nearly thwarted by Robbie Rotten, but Stephanie is eternally optimistic and always manages to triumph over any challenges in the end. He resides in a futuristic blue airship above LazyTown and is alerted to impending people who need help by a beeping crystal that glows on the chest of his costume. Understanding, humble, courageous, and helpful, he is devoted to exercise and has a rivalry with Robbie Rotten though he always helps Robbie when he gets into trouble. Sportacus lives on a diet of fruit and vegetables , which he refers to as "sports candy". Eating junk food makes him immediately lose all his strength and abilities, which can only be restored by eating healthier options. He passionately abhors the influence of Stephanie and Sportacus on the townspeople. A number of his plans are intended to do away with them. Ironically, Robbie places so much effort into his schemes that he becomes one of LazyTown's most active citizens. He loves to eat candy and sweets—particularly lollipops. After Stephanie came along, he discovered that there is more to childhood than sugary treats. He is now active and participates in any sport the gang plays, but still enjoys candy in moderation. Ziggy is an unsophisticated character who possesses naivety and gullibility. He is also obsessed with Sportacus and idolizes him. He fixes up all sorts of gadgets to avoid doing physical activities himself. Pixel is not very sociable due to the large amount of time he spends alone, usually playing video games on his computers. He has a crush on Stephanie and finds it difficult to talk to her in early episodes. She tends to make sarcastic remarks about her friends. She refers to Stephanie as "Pinky" due to her pink hair and outfit when trying to get her attention. In the theme song, Trixie loves to draw moustaches over the Meanswell's posters. Trixie represents impatience and a lack of respect for rules. Stingy played by Jodi Eichelberger is a selfish, posh, and covetous boy who wears a yellow sweater vest and a polka-dotted bow tie. In seasons , he wears rectangular glasses that he needs for reading. He owns a yellow Mini Cooper and frequently mentions his unseen father, who is supposedly the wealthiest man in town. Stingy tends to be snide and churlish. He represents possessiveness and a self-centered attitude. He loves his niece Stephanie very much and calls Sportacus to help if she feels sad or is in trouble. He is known for saying "Oh my! The mayor is old-fashioned and often perplexed by modern technological terms. Although patronizing, she tries her best to be motherly with the children. She is aware of every new trend and is pompous but fashionable. She likes to talk on her cell phone and is sometimes so engaged in a phone call that she is oblivious to the events occurring around her. Recurring[ edit ] Piggy is Stingy's piggy bank pet, which he treats as if it were a person and often pretends it is alive. He considers Piggy his best friend. Jives is a skinny and tall teenage boy who lives alone in his personal house, matching his physical appearance being tall and thin with a green roof and yellow body, that appears to be bending over. He wears a green cap and a yellow sweatshirt. Jives is only physically seen in the Icelandic plays, but his home remains in the TV series. He also makes several cameos on cards and books. The rooster is a symbol of LazyTown, appearing on the town seal and on the papers in Mayor Meanswell's filing cabinets. His crowing can be heard during scenes set in the early morning. In the second play, the rooster was an anthropomorphic character who acted as a narrator. The cat is a small black and white kitten who appears three times in Season 1. The kitten has a propensity for climbing trees and often needs Sportacus to rescue him. It featured Stephanie as an out-of-shape dancer and Sportacus as an energetic elf. The puppet characters seen in the television series also appeared in human form, but Robbie Rotten did not yet exist. Nickelodeon Australia reported that by the time the second play finished touring, LazyTown had become a household name in Iceland. The rest of the characters are depicted as puppets , made by the Neal Scanlan Studio and Wit Puppets. The production floor area is 1, square meters. As we move the camera and actors around the physical set, the backdrop scene also moves in real time in complete synchronization with the movements of the real camera. All of this is recorded, and the director can watch the resulting composition in real time. The series would continue to air daily on the Nick Jr. The series has been broadcast on a variety of networks internationally, many of which belong to Viacom Media Networks. Nickelodeon Southeast Asia has carried the program in eleven territories. UK , Noggin , and CBeebies. CBeebies only aired the first two series, with the channel stopping repeats in early Viacom's Channel 5 also aired the newer episodes as part of its Milkshake! The series has been dubbed into thirty-two languages. Ratings[ edit ] The week of LazyTown's debut on Nickelodeon in the United States was the channel's highest-rated premiere week in three years. In , The Boston Globe stated that the program "has sparked a cult of healthy living among a certain preschool set [and] has a grown-up following, too.
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