Episode 101 – Bebe’s Kids (1994)

Episode 101 – Bebe’s Kids (1994)

This week in Your Parents Basement, we are griping about 20 punches being needed to defeat secret service agents and guys in rat costumes! From 1994, we’re playing Bebe’s Kids by Radical Entertainment for the Super Nintendo.

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  • 0:00 – Intro, which features the surprisingly OK title theme from the game. (Don’t worry though, pretty much everything else is trash.)
  • 19:00 – In a new segment, Huell discusses why according to one reviewer, Bebe’s Kids is… The Most Worst Game of All-Time.
  • 23:45 – Todd prefers to look on the lighter side of things, as he talks about why, according to some, Bebe’s Kids is… The Most Best Game of All-Time.
  • 36:16 – Emails! We hear from a great gift-giver again, and also get a communication (and thank god, a question!) from the beyond.
  • 45:45 – As usual, we help a lot of people, or at least one person, with… Ask the Sweet Boys.
  • 51:00 – Snifferoo! With Easter just around the corner, we’re going to be playing the perfect game for it!


– According to Price Charting, Bebe’s Kids costs $17.99 for the loose cart and $79.99 for the box, cart and manual.

– If you can handle an annoying slideshow, Madame Noire has 15 things you might not know about Bebe’s Kids.

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