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What To Watch First On Disney+: Forky Asks a Question Review

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You might have noticed we’re a little excited about the newest streaming service launching soon, Disney+. We can’t stop talking about it: we even launched Now Streaming Disney Plus podcast this year, just to have a platform to discuss all that is coming. The number 1 listener question: what to watch first on Disney+? This Forky Asks a Question review shares our thoughts on this one being a Day 1 watch. 

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What To Watch First On Disney+: Forky Asks a Question

The breakout star from Toy Story 4 was Duke Caboom and Keanu Reeves. Okay, so that was MY breakout star. I mean, the Keannusance is real, y’all. 

Apparently the kids who watched the movie loved Forky the most. And that’s where this series comes in: it’s for the kids. 

And if we keep that in mind, then I think Forky Asks a Question makes a lot more sense. Okay, maybe a little sense, cause… 

Forky Asks a Question Review

This show is a little bananapants but also a lot of fun. 

Is that a legit review? Sure- because when you see it, I think that’s the word that will come to mind. 

Bananapants. 

Tony Hale is back as Forky, the toy created from trash that has #allthequestions about life. In this series, we’re treated to short vignettes where Forky asks a question and Hamm is stuck trying to explain something in 2 minutes or less. 

It didn’t work for me on some levels, but I recognize that I’m not Forky Asks a Question’s target audience. That audience is going to eat this quick, easily digestible series up and be asking for more. 

TOY STORY 4 parent movie review Forky and Bonnie

THREE-IN-ONE – He’s not a fork. He’s not a spoon. And most of all, Forky is not a toy! At least that’s what he thinks. Bonnie created him from an assortment of supplies Woody’s retrieved from the kindergarten trash can. So, it’s no wonder Forky feels strongly that he’s trash and not a toy. Featuring Tony Hale as the voice of Forky, Disney and Pixar’s “Toy Story 4” opens in U.S. theaters on June 21, 2019. ©2019 Disney/Pixar. All Rights Reserved.

Forky Asks a Question! Podcast Review On Now Streaming Disney Plus

Andrea and I have differing opinions on this one, specifically when it comes to length. 

I say Forky Asks a Question is long enough; Andrea was hoping for a bit more. Here’s why on the Now Streaming Disney Plus Podcast. 

Parent Review: What Ages Should Watch Forky Asks a Question on Disney+?

All ages are ripe for enjoying Forky Asks A Question. 

I think my teens will find him loveably absurd and I know my 8-year-old will be on Team More Forky. 

There’s nothing to keep you from watching this one as a family, unless you’re like me, and want to take those 3 minutes to go ahead and refill the popcorn bowl. Because Forky is a lot, y’all, for parents to accept. 

Just me? 

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