7 Things to Love About Caillou

Even though this Canadian toddler is the epitome of aggravation with his whiny voice, obnoxious giggle, and incessant pouting, I think we as parents are failing to acknowledge the power that is Caillou. On the surface, the show appears to glorify a spoiled brat and his Ginger sister, but peel back the layers, dear readers, and uncover the invaluable life lessons within…


1. Drugs Are Bad. Constant snacking and a lesson in tie-dying? Someone’s been taking hits from the bong and it’s Caillou’s Grandma. This pothead Granny illustrates the negative influence of drugs through her overzealous narration (CAILLOU WAS FEELING VERY FRUSTRATED! WEEEEE!!!!) and by allowing wild birds to peck at her in the park. Just say no, kids.

_cgmaki2. Accessorizing the Home. Caillou’s house is an acid trip gone wrong (and, I think, to blame for his childhood baldness). With a daily dosage of Caillou, kids are sure to opt for home décor that is both aesthetically pleasing and soothing to the soul. Accessorizing rule of thumb: when in doubt, choose earth tones over a-rainbow-took-a-shit-in-the-playroom tones.


3. Stay in School. Poor Ms. Martin. If she wanted to be a real teacher, she should have taken college a little more seriously. Now she’s stuck working as a glorified babysitter, taking Caillou and crew on nature walks to find pine cones and raccoon crap. She deserves it for wearing overalls after 1985.



4. The Dangers of Child Luring. With creepy neighbor Mr. Hinkle as Exhibit A, young children will learn to recognize the signs of child luring and pedophilia. “No, Mr. Hinkle, we do not want to visit your ‘sister’s farm’ and ‘milk some cows.’” Perv.

5. Affordable Health Care. Mommy rarely loses her shit on her demon spawn; in fact, she’s usually humming to herself or peacefully reading on the couch while her kids play in the street. Caillou teaches children the direct correlation between accessibility to Prozac and successful parenting.

6. Equality. Caillou’s pals hail from wide-ranging backgrounds which acclimates his young audience to different races and religions. And nothin’ screams genuine ethnic diversity like a black kid playing the tuba or a red-headed Jew. I got 99 problems, but Mazel Tov, son.


7. The Importance of Personal Hygiene. Daddy needs a haircut. Caillou needs a wig. Mommy needs to get off of her frumpy ass and make the iron her friend. And Grandpa needs a new diaper; he soiled himself three episodes ago, but Grandma has been too stoned to notice. After witnessing this hot mess of characters, children will be begging to brush their teeth.


If the aforementioned lessons aren’t enough, let us not forget the most beneficial side effect of Caillou: Kids in a TV coma for 25 minutes.

Can’t beat that.

About the writer

English teacher by trade, smack talker by nature, Stephanie Jankowski loves words, hates math, and has a knack for finding the funny in everyday life. She's probably ignoring laundry right now and slinging sarcasm over on her blog, When Crazy Meets ExhaustionFacebook, or Twitter.


Caillou is Awesome 6 months ago

I love caillou more than my child

Marie 6 months ago

Okay…this makes me hate the show a little less. My son loves the brat and I’m sure my unborn daughter will too. I’ll forever think of a stoned grandma while I suffer through lunch time episodes.

Cheryl 9 months ago

So funny! Why does his mommy never change her outfit?! But my kids are mesmerized by the show. They are frozen in their seats. But the minute it’s over they break out of their trance & continue where they left off trashing the house & beating each other up! Lol

Jen 11 months ago

My brother and I have watched Calliou since we were really young. I saw no negative influence. Toddlers will whine anyway, right? It’s YOUR job to be a good parent, not to fix them up on TV hoping they would behave. I guess that’s how watching garbage on TV was born. -_- I guess Calliou was there to teach kids the solution to whining, not to encourage it.

SPONGEBOB, IS THE WORST. DON’T WATCH SPONGEBOB. It encourages talking back, bad words, decreases attention spans, and yeah. Calliou is healthy as it boosts brainpower. Read this article:


michel aubin 1 year ago

news about Hélène Desputeaux, creator of #Caillou:
Caillou’s real mother sues Les Éditions Chouette and Christine L’Heureux

Notamombut…. 1 year ago

Un wtf is up with these comments lmao

kierstyn 2 years ago

I’m a minority of one because I don’t mind my four year old son watching Caillou. He’s been watching for two years (after he gets home from prechool). Yes Caillou is an obnoxious, animated version of the most insipid, incessantly whiny little pr!ck of a child I’ve ever witnessed, but the shows have actually managed to reinforce some valuable life lessons that we wanted our son to learn. My son has learned from Caillou episodes that it’s okay to be afraid, that it’s really fair to share, that it’s not okay to lie, and he’s even learn not to be afraid to play soccer with kids he’s never met before.
I view Caillou as a necessary evil. Also, I’m pretty sure he’s going to grow out of his Caillou fascination within the next year. My six year old daughter outgrew Caillou two years ago, so we’re right on schedule!

The Animated Woman 2 years ago

Speaking as a Canadian animator who has many friends who worked on this uh….’show’, your excellent article on its merits has moved me to reconsider my previous opinion. I’ll be sharing it with them, I promise!

LDawg76 2 years ago

And his grandma and grandpa are twins lol

LDawg76 2 years ago

Wow you are speaking it my soul right now lmao

    LDawg76 2 years ago

    I hate this show and don’t understand why my 2 year old loves it. It’s boring in comparison to other stuff she could be watching. And calliou is a little a hole. And I think my daughter has picked up on some of his bad habits.

Sarah 2 years ago

Last time I checked, the tv has an ‘off’ button. It is used frequently in my house.

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JT 2 years ago

After getting my now 12 year old granddaughter through the Caillou years, we now have a 2 year old grandson who loves the little bald-headed brat. As a black woman I resent the noses on the black kids. Come on already, it takes up half of their little faces! My daughter claims that Caillou had cancer, hence the bald head. I’ve never heard it mentioned.

heavensmom 2 years ago

What a BRAT. He’s such a rude,spoiled crybaby. Who is rewarded for his behavior. I have never seen a child’s television show glorify this type of behavior. My daughter will become a big sister shortly and the way Caillou treats Rosie is disgusting. A

Susan Battista Black 2 years ago

In all fairness. Age 3 is very whiny. And children start to develop their personalities. They will start to "push your buttons". I am not a fan of Caillou and totally support the ban.

Katelyn Evans 2 years ago

Until now, I've never had a single complaint about my near-perfect three year old. From sleeping through the night at 6 weeks of, giving up bottles and his crib and moving to his own room – even taking baths and going to bed every night without a single complaint and potty training and reading on his own at 2.

UNTIL CAILLOU. And I'm not joking. This isn't a joke review. This is a serious complaint.

That obnoxious little brat, Caillou, in just two episodes, has my son WHINING "I can't!!" to EVERYTHING he is asked to do. "Time to get out of the tub, sweetie," I tell him. "I caaaaaaannnn't." He whines in this horrible squeal. I had NO IDEA where this abhorrent behavior came from until I caught THREE SECONDS of this horrible show on tv.

My won was watching intently and I said "turn the tv off please." And to my horror, he dropped to the floor, and started whining over and over "I can't! I can't".

I wanted to throw up. No shock- this horrible excuse for a television show has been PERMANENTLY banned from our home. I will tell every parent I know of this god -awful excuse for an "educational program".

My son has caught glimpses of sponge bob (crude), power rangers (physical fighting) and even half an hour of gremlins (not in my presence, but I found out he saw the most gruesome parts) and had ZERO reaction to these things – he didn't karate chop our house cats, or imitate any of the crude humor on sponge bob….but in a mere TWO MINUTES of "CAILLOU" my son immediately picked up that petulant little Bart's HORRIBLE incessant whine and his "I can't" crap that he spews every time he is asked or told to do ANYTHING.

In every episode after the first season, Caillou whines about EVERYTHING. He throws things, yells at his sister "Nooooooo, Rosie!" And whines CONSTANTLY. God forbid you should let your child watch this and then he or she starts sounding like Caillou. I'd rather my son dance around saying "Say Map!" All day than listening to him whine about EVERYTHING.

BY FAR the worst children's show I've ever seen. PBS should be paying for a professional to help me fix this behavior (and a trip to the spa to relax my nerves after listening to the whining I'd never had to deal with before "CAILLOU". Flat out AWFUL.

(Mom to one son, 3)

Anon 2 years ago

Seriously! Anything else on TV for kids would be better than Caillou. Atleast for me when I see something on Disney or Nickelodeon a lot of the time, they atleast TRY to be good. For some of those shows, underneath there’s something about them to like. There’s always something about a show that deserves some credit but that doesn’t always mean it’s enough for people to enjoy the show. And Caillou is definitely the case.
Caillou is especially the worst lead character ever. I can’t stand that kid’s voice AT ALL. I can’t believe I even voiced him as a little kid when my brother wouldn’t let me have a turn with playing on our Gameboy. I’m always amazed how calm those parents were!
I’ll atleast give the show SOME credit if kids aren’t heavily influenced by it that they can’t change their ways due to the influence this show could have.

Rebecca 3 years ago

Am I the only one who thinks Caillou is cute? Well, maybe that’s because if you total the time watched of Caillou in a year to be about 5 times or less. My kids like the show but Nickelodeon & Disney seem to have always won over than Sprout/PBS. Sometimes we have a day where Sprout or PBS is left on for the whole day (when not playing a game or doing something else) but that’s only once in a while. It’s Max and Ruby that have been driving me crazy lately. I have my own theory there that someday I need to write down

erin 3 years ago

At a doctors office right now and stumbled upon this. I am laughing out loud. My oldest is almost 7 and watched calliou and my 22 month old watches it. Good God they annoy the crap out of me. Glad I am not alone.
When in Rosie going to say more than 2-3 words? His mom needs smacked…who really keeps their cool like that? An epidode when they went on a walk and calliou fell…I would have been freaking out…whiny ass kid crying and rosie yapping….I would be going home…put some band aids on..and naptime all around. .with a cocktail for mommy!!!
Glad I am not alone and thanks for the laugh!!

Mercy 3 years ago

I’ve never heard of this show, but I’m sure it would be banned in my house.

Dave 3 years ago

I always imagine the show starting with Granny saying, “Caillou was getting beat up in middle school again when…”

    Stephanie (www.whencrazymeetsexhaustion.com) 3 years ago

    HA! Dave, I think that’s in upcoming episodes 😉 The theme song will need modified a bit, though: “I’m just a kid whose 13/ stuffed in a locker in between/ study hall and science class/ someone’s always beating my bald ass…”

Lori Beth Johnson 3 years ago

So funny! My daughter used to watch Caillou. I’d almost forgotten about him. I also remember Rubert, is he still on?

Andi 3 years ago

ROFLOL! Awesome! Cannot stand Caillou!! I’m not sure which is worse, the whining done by my preschooler wanting to watch Caillou, or the whining of Caillou himself! I had effectively banned that nuisance from our home for 4 years before Grandma made the introduction!! My husband then discovered that Netflix has the whole series, and knowing how much I hate it, thought it pretty hilarious to let our son in on this as well (and why not? He’s not at home all day with him, I AM!) FML. Luckily, I can still get away with playing dumb and telling my son that Netflix is “broken” and mommy doesn’t know how to fix it, only daddy does. Ask him when you get up at 6 am on Saturday.

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    Why are so many husbands bringing this bald bastard into our homes knowing full-well we hate him? I’m feeling the Saturday 6am Daddy wake-up call! Well done, Andi!

Jennifer 3 years ago

Hahaha! Love the article! We don’t watch Caillou, but I do record Barney lol and Caillou comes on right after, so there is about 5 minutes recorded on the end of Barney. And I always wonder why is it that he is 4 years old and has no hair, but everyone else has so much!?

Erin@MommyontheSpot 3 years ago

That is hilarious! I’m glad that someone finally spoke the truth about Caillou.

Common Sense Mom 3 years ago

After 3+ years I am about ready to strangle this bald little Narcissist. “EYE want to wear the fireman hat!! EYE want to be first in line!!! Mommy, look what EYE can do!!!” My Mom’s group was thrilled when they finally came out with a plush Calliou, Now we can torture Calliou back!

Mommy whining: “EYE wanted to stick Calliou with a straight pin there!!!”

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    YES!!!!!!!! A Caillou Voodoo Doll–brilliant!!!

Judy 3 years ago

Where the f@#$ is Rosie all the time when my 4 year old is being bratty my 2 year old always disappears so I can have a calm quiet moment to teach my 4 year old life lessons. She is probably in the closet with Granny’s Ganja!

Buffy 3 years ago

I wish someone you write about “Sid the Science Kid”. I think it might offend too many people though because I’m pretty sure that school of his is special ed, and he has down syndrome. Then his friends show some signs of SEVERE ADHD, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, and possibly Cerebral Palsy. Just watch and you will see what I mean.

Christina 3 years ago

Calliou makes me want to pour bleach in my eyes

Cynthia 3 years ago

Hilarious! I thought I was the only one who noticed some of this stuff. Stoned granny FTW.

Rachael 3 years ago

My kids have a bad habit of whining without the help of caillou lol it was teaching my youngest bad habits but its ok I ‘accidentally’ lost the DVD and just can’t seem find it (refuse to even look) in the shops

Meredith 3 years ago

Brilliant! Fantastic life lessons via that “precious” little Caillou 😉 And now I will never be able to walk into a playroom without thinking of whether a rainbow just exploded all over it.

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    Thanks for the comment love, Meredith! xo

Talia Jacole 3 years ago

Stephanie, this is hilarious! You seriously are a woman after my own heart. I watched Caillou a couple times with my son and not only was I crazy bored, I left with so many questions (many similar to the ones you listed). Why hasn’t he grown any hair? Why are all these colors giving me a headache? Thanks for sharing, this made my day!

P.S. Cheers for someone else out there noticing that Mr.Hinkle is a creepy mess.

Enjoy your day!
♥ Talia

    Stephanie (www.whencrazymeetsexhaustion.com) 3 years ago

    Thank you, Talia!!!!

Kristen Brakeman 3 years ago

Oh my gosh, even my kids hated Caillou! My daughter actually said she wanted to hit him. Frankly it was hard to reprimand her for that comment cuz I felt the same way.

    Becca 3 years ago

    Haha!! Smart girl!!!

Nathalie 3 years ago

The funny thing about that show is that it was supposed to be a show for the parents/caretakers in order to show how to deal with different situations, hence Caillou’s bratty behavior. But it was the kids who liked it because, hey, he’s the rebel toddler! Every kid wants to be the boss like him! :)

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    REALLY?! I never knew that, probably it’s a huge fail and the parents and caretakers suck. :)

Ali 3 years ago

I hate Caillou so much. What a whiny little bastard. Why is he bald? My 5-year-old keeps asking me if he can have no hair like Caillou (not a chance, buddy). Why do his parents let him get away with murder? They are such craptastic parents. Caillou is going to grow up and be an entitled little shit. Also, I think I’m going to scream if my kids don’t stop calling all 6 of my cats Gilbert. They are not allowed to watch Caillou when I’m home, but their dad thinks it’s funny how much I hate it so he lets them watch it when I’m out. Ugh.

Sarah 3 years ago

My oldest loved Caillou but hasn’t watched in a long enough time to have forgotten about him. I hated that show with a passion(still do). I don’t mind if a show starts with a bratty character who learns a lesson that makes them change but when they are bratty and there is no lesson, thats when this mama has an issue. His whining bratty behavior banned him from the house months ago. I told my husband I didn’t care how much she liked it, she needs shows she can learn from (which is why, among many other reasons, the annoying creature known as spongebob got banned from my home)

Kara 3 years ago

I blame my husband for the caillou addiction my 2yr old has! I just have soooo many questions though… What’s with the freaking hearts all over the house? Why doesn’t caillou have any hair? Why does he wear shorts in the dead of Canadian-ass winter? Why does ms Martin only call Xavier “zah-vee-yay” and everyone else calls him “zay-vee-yer”… Ugh… The things I ponder…
If you think caillou’s voice is bad… It pales in comparison to that asshat friend of his Andre.

    Danielle 3 years ago

    Well there was one Canadian girl on my campus when I attended a small Liberal Arts College in Maryland. And she always wore shorts and sandals. Even in winter! Granted Maryland winter is very mild compared to Canadian winters. But still! Maybe all Canadians dress that way.

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    I think Andre is a 40-year-old woman in drag. But that’s just me.

Melissa 3 years ago

At first I thought maybe he had cancer and the show would bring awareness. However, I come to find out he is just a spoiled little brat that gets whatever he wants! I even find Franklin the turtle a little bratty but at least that show seems to have a lesson for the kids to learn.

    Cynthia 3 years ago


Lawry 3 years ago

My 5yr old Finally grew out of his love of this baldhead brat and mommy couldn’t be more happy!!!

Angela 3 years ago

I can’t stand Caillou, and the kids watch it on PBS. I’m like seriously? How the hell is this considered PBS programming? But I make my objections vocal, even my three year old has taken stock. I’ll come in from folding laundry and say, I don’t like Caillou. She sighs and says “Yes he needs his butt spanked.” In a voice that clearly says, you’ve said this before mom. BTW I’m not a big advocate at spanking a child, or strangling a child. But Caillou sure does push that line. LOL.

doni 3 years ago

I can hardly notice his whining, I’m too distracted by his moms “mom jeans”. They’re pretty intense!

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    Ohmygoodness–good call! And her wrinkled green sweater. KILLING ME.

Ashley 3 years ago

My daughter had an obsession with that little bald dude (can’t they at least give an explanation for that) but she didn’t take up the whining. However, Kai Lan’s rabid money Ho Ho inspired tensed, shaking arms and phrases like “I am so unhappy!” I hated that monkey and all of the other animal a-holes on that show.

    Ashley 3 years ago

    MONKEY…LOL…Money ho ho is what Kai Lans grandpa calls prostitutes.

Kerri @ Elbows Deep in Someone Elses’s Sh*t 3 years ago

This made me laugh out loud, literally! Then my kids heard and came to see why, now they are begging for Caillou, oh well…

Savannah 3 years ago

Caillou is not allowed in our house lol. My nephew used to watched Caillou as a baby and it took him years to learn how to talk without a whine! I by no means judge any parents who let their children watch Caillou it’s just I can’t stand the little shit disturber haha.

Amy 3 years ago

Caillou lives at my friend Leah’s house. Or at Grandma’s. he’s not allowed to watch him here. I am so glad I was warned about the whining before my son got hooked.

Melissa 3 years ago

Congratulations Stephanie!!! Love this post!!! Good job Girl!

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    Hi, friend!! THANK YOU!

Suzy 3 years ago

I guess I’m the only one who doesn’t mind Caillou. It’s not as cool as Yo Gabba Gabba, but it’s worlds better than the jumping idiots on Fresh Beat Band. And I dread the day that my kid wants to watch garbage like I Carly or anything teen-like on Disney. This is why we have Japanese anime like Spirited Away and My Neighbor Totoro. And of course my 3 year old daughter also knows the name of every Star Wars bounty hunter. It’s all about steering your kid towards decent programming lol!

    Anon 2 years ago

    Anything is better than Caillou

    Alesha 10 months ago

    I think I will actually be a little sad when my daughter loses all interest in The Fresh Beat Band. Probably, because it will mean she will be listening to whatever boy band or Disney pop star is “hot” at the moment.

Stephanie 3 years ago

Oh, yeah. This is PERFECT for all of us Caillou haters out there! Worst show EVER. He’s banned from our house.

Shannon 3 years ago

LOL I loved this! My daughter is so obsessed with Caillou and I really don’t get the fascination! He is such a whiney brat.

Monica 3 years ago

So funny! From the facebook post I thought this would talk about how kids learn about the fire station and some other bs that a friend has told me. Thank god I don’t nanny anymore, and I have the power to say Caillou isn’t allowed in our house. If I do have to suffer through it ever again atleast I have your lessons to keep me laughing through it.

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    Monica, anyone who is touting Caillou as educational is NOT your friend. Sever ties. Now.

Hannah 3 years ago

Oh my gosh this is fantastic!! I can not stand Caillou, my daughter just LOVES him. He whines and whines and whines, and I don’t see how his parents are so calm. But Prozac has to be the only way haha. He’s AWFUL!

Falon 3 years ago

Ha! I loathe Calliou. That whiny little bitch needs to get dealt with. Thanks for the laughs!

Erika Boettcher 3 years ago

OMG…this is hysterical!! From a mom who suffered through years of Caillou, and a son who even carried a Caillou doll around for a time (he is now 11) I thought I was the only one who just didn’t get this show!?!? The light at the end of the tunnel is they eventually move on to more annoying things…Pokemon, Club Penguin, Minecraft…

    Stephanie Jankowski 3 years ago

    Erika, you have not suffered in vain!!!!!!!

    vivian 10 months ago

    pokemon is the shit. you know what erika, you can just eat my ass

Mamarific 3 years ago

Thank God my 2-year old has yet to discover Caillou. I can handle Yo Gabba Gabba and even Barney over that whiney little guy. Hilarious post.

Robin 3 years ago

My daughters latest thing is “me want”… and of course in a whining Caillou voice. It is so annoying.

    Emilie 3 years ago

    just dont let her watch it then… my son isnt aloud to watch that show n this way he doesnt get Caillous terrible behaviour n constant whinning…

      Stephanie 3 years ago

      My son wants a house-wide ban on Caillou. And as much as I hate the show, it gives me a little bit of peace to do the things I need to do, like comment here :)

Jenny Isenman AKA Jenny From the Blog 3 years ago

I’ve never heard any child whine like Caillou! Even his cat/puppet/animated pet wants to get away from him. Yet, somehow kids are fascinated by him…I’m working on getting my kids into some quality tv like SNL and the Carrie Diaries…

    Jessica 3 years ago

    Seriously, and the voice-over! My husband and I frequently slip into Caillou voice-over speak “Caillou was sad because he’d driven away his entire family with his incessant whining…”

      Becca 3 years ago

      Ha I would cheerfully run the little bastard over with my car just to STOP THE WHINING!!!! And I had to google the lyrics because I knew I probably wasn’t “I’m just a kid who’s poor”

        Jessica 3 years ago

        ha ha ha ha!! We were watching it last night with our now 8 yr old who used to LOVE it when he was 4/5. He was full of snarky derision. Our job here is done.

    Mom Off Meth 3 years ago

    This show was banned in my house. I couldn’t handle that whine anymore than I can handle real wine. Both make me misbehave.

    Stephanie (www.whencrazymeetsexhaustion.com) 3 years ago

    Definitely SNL. Definitely.

    pussydestroyer69 1 year ago

    Swag swag like Caillou


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