Custom PBS Kids and PBS Kids GO! idents
SpongeBob SquarePants (PBS Kids GO! 2004-2013): We see a bird's-eye view of Goo Lagoon. The screen zooms in to Dot and Dash swimming underwater. A fish then passes by and once he's gone we see the PBS Kids logo with SpongeBob in it.
JoJo's Circus (PBS Kids 2003-2007): Same as the ident for Marvin the Tap-Dancing Horse, except JoJo and Goliath are in the PBS Kids logo instead of Marvin. This ident can also be seen for Feeling Good With JoJo.
Rolie Polie Olie (PBS Kids 2000-2004): Same as the ident for Barney & Friends, except Dot and Dash pass by the buildings and objects seen in the show. And Olie is in the PBS Kids logo instead of Barney. Also, the dots in the background are orange instead of purple.
Stanley (PBS Kids 2001-2004): Same as the ident for Wishbone, except wheone.
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Same as the ident for Caillou, except Finn and Jake are in the logo instead of Caillou.
Idents used for many other programs
In the first one, Moose is making incredible hand shadows. He then makes the RTEjr logo, with orange ovals moving around in the background Molang (Molang), The Hoobs (Ivor, Groove, Tula, Hubba Hubba and Roma) and Kipper (Kipper) use this logo.
In the second one, you see a crab who is on the beach, then floats down. Octopuses, jellyfish, and other fish are swimming around. Still following the crab, she reaches her home and air bubbles float up. They make the RTEjr logo appear. In the background, you'll see the bubbles coming out from behind the logo. Panwapa (Azibo is in the logo), Play With Me Sesame (Bert and Ernie), Bear in the Big Blue House (Bear), PB&J Otter (Peanut, Jelly and Baby Butter), Bunnytown (Pink Bunny), Pecola (Pecola) use this logo.
In the third one, this shows a pig, bird, cricket, fish and dinosaur in a book shape. The dinosaur book opens up to show the RTEjr logo. In the background, you'll see orange alphabet letters coming out from behind the logo. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Mickey Mouse is in the logo), Noonbory And The Super Seven (Noonbory), Dive Olly Dive (Olly), Mr. Pickles (Mr. Pickles), and Greeny Phatom (Little Guy) use this logo.
TV schedule idents
The first schedule ident is of a pinball machine Moose pulls the handle, plays pinball, and the ball lands on top of the center circle, which opens the screen and shows what's coming up next. Then, he continues to play pinball and hits the green circle along with the show title and shadows in. The main character is shown in the circle. Bunnytown (Super Bunny is in the circle), Raggs (Raggs), In The Night Garden... (Makka Pakka) Cow And Chicken (Chicken), Ready Jet Go (Jet), The Uncle Dolan Show (Dolan Duck) and Timmy Time (Timmy).
The second one is in which two cars race. A set of double doors with the RTEjr logo opens and shows what's coming up next. Then the doors close from the back, and the camera view zooms out and a green circle with the show title appears. Once again, the main character is shown in the circle. Mickey Mouse Clubhouse (Mickey Mouse), Ren & Stimpy (Ren and Stimpy), Bear in the Big Blue House (Bear), Play With Me Sesame (Grover) and Kipper (Kipper).
The final ident is of a jack-in-the-box. Zee turns the crank until the background rectangle slides all the way off and shows what's coming up next. Then she turns the crank again and a clown comes out. Instead of Pop Goes the Weasel, the RTEjr theme is heard, and a child is heard saying "lollipop". The clown is holding a sign with a green circle (which is in the shape of the stated lollipop). As always, of course, the green circle has the main character in it. This one does not have the program title. Kirby's Epic Yarn (Kirby), The Hoobs (Ivor, Groove, Tula, Hubba Hubba and Roma), SpongeBob SquarePants (SpongeBob), My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic (Twilight Sparkle and Spike), Lomax, the Hound of Music (Lomax), Pecola (Pecola) and Adventure Time (Finn and Jake).
About the creator of this page
Hi, my name is Chris Bixby and I have typed these ident descriptions myself with help from my friend, Nick. In reality, the pinball ident is for shows targeted towards the older viewers, the jack-in-the-box ident is for shows targeted towards younger viewers and the race car ident is for shows targeted towards both older and younger viewers.
I hope you all enjoyed looking at these. By the way, I am taking suggestions on what custom ident descriptions I should make next. Comment below your ideas!