2. The title characters of this program: four characters with childlike faces, colorful unisex body-suits, and television screens on their bellies. All of the Teletubbies have a uniquely-shaped antenna growing from the top of their heads; these antennas glow whenever one of them receives a signal from the outside world (a short, live-action film starring children from various countries).
The rest of the show depicts Teletubbies acting like toddlers: sleeping and waking, exercising, playing outside, discovering strange objects. They also enjoy hugging each other, usually accompanied by their trademark phrase "Big hug!"
2. My friend's four-year-old daughter wore pajamas with pictures of the Teletubbies.
The series features these four creatures that go by the names of Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Yaa-Yaa, and Po. They live in Teletubby Land, a fictional turf inhabited by rabbits. Every morning, a nightmare-inducing baby sun extends over the horizon. If you look into its eyes, you will notice it staring into your soul. There are also windmills everywhere, so it’s pretty obvious the teletubbies rely on wind power as a source of electricity. The teletubbies live in a laboratory underneath a hill. Their diet consists mostly of toast and a pinkish semi-liquid known as "tubby custard". They are friends with a sentient vacuum cleaner that helps them clean up every time they make a mess or spill something. When they wake up, speakers emerge from outside their lab to greet them.
Colors: red, green, yellow, purple
Teletubbies: Po, La-La, Dipsy, and Tinky-Winky
They have a house where theres tubby-toast and tubby-custard. They have a vaccum-thingy called No-No that sucks them up and brings them back when they try to escape Teletubbyland.