Top 10 Creepiest Baby Einstein MomentsBaby Einstein is a franchise created by Julie Aigner-Clark. She created it as entertainment for babies and toddlers, so it must be all fun and games, right? Wrong. Baby Einstein has some scary parts in it, but babies don't even realize it until later. And it can scar you for life, like it did for me. So I'm counting down the top 10 creepiest Baby Einstein moments.
NOTE- I only found exactly 10 creepy moments in Baby Einstein, and that was perfect! The problem is...they were from the very first four movies: Language Nursery, Baby Mozart, Baby Bach, and Baby Shakespeare.
This is the only thing on this list I was afraid of. I was odd, because if there was a moment I considered scary in a video, I wouldn't watch it all, whereas with this one, even though with this one I was scare do it this moment but it was still my favorite video for some reason. I was scared of the Cow in Language Nursery, the Zylon Dragon in Baby Bach, the opening Vincent puppet show in Baby Van Gogh, the Mousetrap in Baby Dolittle, the Elephant sneezing in Baby Da Vinci, and the post-credits puppet show in Baby Monet. I would refuse to watch Baby Galileo because of the stars puppet show because I felt bad when the baby kangaroo bumped into his mom.
AHHH! I am half screaming and half singing like he does. This is the second creepiest moment in Baby Einstein, but don't get me started on #1. You all saw this coming.
He made me crap my pants and he still makes me cry and crap myself. He looks like Satan and I still see him on the T.V..
This used to scare me in my childhood to the point that I stopped watching the video for several years!
I used to have a recurring nightmare when I was young that Bard would come out of the TV and chase me, assuming his intention was to harm me. It would end once he caught me and it used to make my heart drop.
BLAH! Bard the Dragon tops as the creepiest moment in Baby Einstein. The puppet shows starring him, (A New Friend and Blah! ) scared me equally as a baby. I've had nightmares about him, and I remember one like it was yesterday. He appeared one day in front of me, and I tried to blah him away. Worst mistake. He started blahing at me just like he did in Baby Mozart. Several times. Then, I ran away, and the last thing I saw was Bard. Then I woke up.
I'm not that scard of him now, but when I was little, I was so scared of bard! I got over the fear of the puppet a few years later, but I'm still very scared of the drawing version of him. in the end of the little video tutorial about baby einstein that was at the end of the original videos when they were on vhs tapes, the last ten second of the video shows bard as a drawing, and he just stares. it creeps the heck out of me(using clean language here for little children) still to this day, and it gives me nightmares
Bard the dragon gave me a nightmare. He was acting crazy in this nightmare. I was about to fall asleep on the couch. Then, I heard the whistle from one of the episodes he was in. He said bleh. I was able to pull him out of the T.V.. But here's one creepy moment. There was no hand controlling the puppet. He continued saying bleh and here's the second part that was creepy. He ate up my face.
Is that raggedy Ann
The Bard jumpscare was not scary at all. Bard was only scary in Baby Mozart, when he did all these scary facial expressions. Bard was much nicer to the audience in Baby Shakespeare because he wasn't scary.
The six note opening introduces Bard the Dragon, host of Baby Shakespeare. But don't let my description fool you. Watch and you'll see yourself.
When I watched Baby Mozart, the video did not have this toy. Instead, a caterpillar dropped. Also, the background was white instead of black.
Right after Turkish March, a Bard the Dragon plush randomly falls to the ground and scares everyone with a loud noise.
Yes, when I watched Baby Mozart, Mr Buggity Bugget dropped down. I had the old version.
The rooster pecks three times, each making a loud noise. The first two would surprise someone, but the last peck waits a couple seconds so it can make you pee your pants.
This is the creepiest scene in the entire Baby Einstein series! The 3 pecks sometimes give me nightmares.
When I was little, I was chillin at my mom's computer watching Baby Van Gogh, and that loud noise of those bugs scared the heap out of me. So my mom noticed that I got scared because of the high volume I think
Why are they so low! Because, Oh Lord, these nightmare creatures scared the CRAP right out of me! I was so scared of Baby Van Gogh after I saw them!
The bugs are scary when I think about them at night.
The very beginning of Baby Bach. With that background music, this is pretty creepy stuff.
When I was first watching this, the first thing I heard was chickens clucking and I screamed: " Chicken! "
He's real name is also Cornelius the dancing chicken and when I first saw him in Baby Bach,he looked like a cartoony chicken,because of the eyes.
The robots just creep me out for some reason.
The red one scared me
How are this scary there just funny when they bump into each other
I'm not scared of that Sunny The Sunflower Toy. She's kinda cute and can sing like the other singing plants
Creepy, but it wasn't the scariest thing that happened in Baby Bach.
So creepy. When I was 4 my baby sister LOVED watching those. When I saw the theme for the first time and I had nightmares for weeks. One time my sister was watching it, I ran and hid behind the couch. I've grown out of my phase, but whenever I see it, I still get scared
When I was a toddler, me and my sister would run into the kitchen and wait for the caterpillar to leave. I grew out of that phase now. I just realized that the caterpillar was not going for me and my sister's souls, it was only friendly.
It used to scare me as a kid but it also made me feel oddly satisfied at the same time. Isn't that strange?
Caterpillar: (smiles in a creepy way) I want your soul!
Last night, I was sleeping fine and dreaming some good stuff, but I found out a rare episode of the renewed Baby Neptune Episode and it had rare scenes. After the song it showed an Advertisement about the Miami Design Thing, and suddenly I heard the kazoo playing and that Giraffe Cone Puppet appeared out of nowhere and the closing circle thing that stops on each color background setting, scared the heap out of me and I hid under the sleeping sheets.
This cone puppet was nightmare fuel for me when I was young. I was horrified of this disturbing kazoo voiced nightmare giraffe I got so scared to the point were I decided to not watch it anymore. Right now I've grown out of this drama. But when watching it today,I still get a little afraid inside.
When I was 2 years old, I got a nightmare where is was in a haunted, old room, the lights were off, and the T.V was off, then I heard a kazoo sound, and then the Giraffe Cone Puppet found me and it tried to kill me!
As a kid, the giraffe cone puppet scared the living crap out of me and my siblings. So bad, it got to the point it gave me nightmares.
It didn't scare me until the hand knocked over the blocks.
I don't think this is scary. I don't even think the crab at the end of Baby Neptune is scary.
Gosh darn it goldfish! You are the reason I was scared of baby Neptune!
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Yep its scary
I do agree on this. Van Gogh was one of the scariest episodes to me because of this! Also was Van Gogh really possessed?
How is this scary? It's really not.
This scene was so scary when I was a kid now I'm a teenager and I don't get scared that much
I agree with you noah The elephant is out of control because she interrupted the Hippos from singing!
They would give me nightmares when I was 2! It's why Baby Van Gogh's the scariest episode!
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Unlike in the Little Einsteins the Christmas Wish Episode... Santa Claus Is Flying on the Sleigh with the Reindeers During the Snowstorm
I'm a bit surprised that this isn't really higher on the list. When I was little I was afraid of it because of it's bark and my parents forced me to sit down with them and watch it in order to help me face my fears. But they soon realized it was gonna take me a long time to face that fear, so they let me try it out on my own. I've not been afraid ever since.