Miss D. (Debra)

The Reppies Band!
The Reppies Band! by @Weasel_Silver24 (Miss D. (Debra))

Can anyone recall a TV show called "The Reppies"? It was about these musical anthropomorphic reptile creatures in a band, and it had Christian based messages.

The one at the keyboard is Tessa, one at the drums is Derango, playing the saxophone is Lobo, one with tambourine and the "Reppie egg" is Bumba, and finally with the guitar is Razz.

A little note about Bumba, she originally wears what looks like a diaper on the show, but I personally don't really like that so I gave her a skirt instead.

One thing that gets me is they are all suppose to be "reptiles" as in lizards or maybe a frog (Bumba)? But I can't help but wonder about the Razz character. He's got a furry tail like a squirrel, but he don't have any ears on he head. Hm... Just makes me wonder about that character and the characters themselves. Plus, what type of reptiles are they suppose to be representing? They never really tell you that, but who knows. It was a good show, if anyone remembers it I like to hear about it.

Here a clip of the their theme song below. The Reppies Theme song

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: The Reppies tv show was created by Northstar Entertainment along with Treat Entertainment (for PBS). This drawing and idea for it is (C) 2023 Miss D. (Debra)

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Posted: Monday, 13 November, 2023 @ 09:16 PM

They look like dinosaurs to me, which I find kind of funny, since most of my Christian friends believe that dinosaurs are a hoax. Although, the drummer might be a Jackson's Chameleon.

Posted: Tuesday, 14 November, 2023 @ 05:31 AM

I was my pondering on drawing a band and dancing myself.

I think you've uploaded the very thing I needed to see.

Cheers man.

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