Phineas and Ferb. If you've not seen this show you probably don't have kids between the ages of 1 and 10. But you SHOULD. Should see it, I mean, not necessarily SHOULD have kids... that's none of my business.
I started watching the show with my nephew and neices and it is a great show. The show wasn't designed for children, but it didn't exclude them as an audience. The creators believed in the concept so much that it took them 16 years of tweaking and pitching before a network (Disney) would pick it up. That's dedication. And no matter your feelings about the Disney empire, they made a good choice on this show. Clever plots, recurring themes, fun music, and laugh outloud quirky humor make up each 1/2 hour show's 2 episodes. The boys are on summer vacation and each day they do some crazy outlandish project. Their sister Candice tries to "bust" them and always fails. Then there is a subplot of their unassuming pet platypus, Perry, and evil scientist: Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz. You can read a lot more about them on the web, I recommend the ease of the Wikipedia page. They're on Disney Channel on Fridays, but they're also on Netflix.
So what on earth does this have to do with this blog? Well, I happened to be watching an episode where the kids were riding horses. And for a second I thought WTFriday is on their heads!?!?! And then I realized that they had HELMETS under their cowboy hats.
I jumped up an cheered (metaphorically) and praised the person in that office that decided to portray the kids, even though they are cartoons who do all sorts of unrealistic death-and-gravity-defying acts, utilizing this important safety tool. Granted the boys' have no chin straps but I'm over it.
So check out Phineas and Ferb and their crime-fighting pet platypus, Perry.