Recently, I introduced my daughter to the glories of 80s TV shows, with a heavy focus on My Little Pony and She-Ra.
(Do I know my audience, or what?)
We tried a little He-Man and BraveStarr, but those bombed out pretty quickly.
Thanks to Hulu, you can watch a number of the old She-Ra episodes online.
If you ever want a fun game to do on a mindless afternoon, get a She-Ra episode on and start counting the puns. If you don't get into the 30s or higher, you probably weren't paying attention.
On Sunday, my wife realized that all the She-Ra watching was probably altering our kid's brain.
After church, I was in meetings while my wife and daughter drove home. My daughter was looking at a picture of the Book of Mormon she colored in Nursery, and suddenly belted out (in her best She-Ra voice):
"THE POWER ... OF ... GOD!"
With the potency of my daughter's imagination, I'd bet money she fully expected a Pegasus with rainbow wings to appear beside her in the back seat.