The first rule of child movie fight club is there are no rules. Whatever limit parents set on their children's movie habits - such as viewing hours per day or off-limits material - fail rather quickly, out of fatigue, sharing from friends or sheer osmosis. Some parents introduce George Lucas at an early age, others fight him like the devil, but someday your child will know Jar-Jar Binks. The better strategy? Fight back with quality. Sure, you can put Pixar movies on an endless loop, but it's even better to find cool things none of their friends have seen, like "The 5,000 Fingers Of Dr. T," the only movie ever scripted by Dr. Seuss, a.k.a. Theodore Geisel. Imagine a '50s MGM musical on peyote, and you have an idea of where this classic lives, yet it's better than any other Seuss adaptation. The evil Terkwilliker's song "Do-Mi-Do Duds" put us in mind of another Seuss-inspired work, Peugeot—Back From Mondial's remarks on the new possible Stigs:

One stig two stig red stig blue stig
Orange stig blue stig old stig new stig
some are pink and some are blue. some are old and some are new.
some are fast and some are glad. And some prefer very, very dry run.
Why are they fast and glad and prefer a dry run?
I don't know. Go ask Clarkson.
Some are thin and some are fat. The fat one has an American accent.
From there to here, from here to there, super fast cars everywhere.
Here are some who like to race. They race for pace in the hot, hot car
Oh me! Oh my!
Oh me! Oh my!
what alot of funny things go by.
Some have a lap time and some have four.
Some have six laps and some have more.
Where do they come from?
I cant say.
But i bet they have come a long, long way.
We see them come.
But mostly go.
Some are fast.
And none are slow.
Some are silent.
And some like music
Not one of them is like another.
Don't ask us, we don't know.
Go ask Captain Slow.