Diego Party Supplies is one of the most popular kids’ birthday party themes of all times. So, if you were searching for Diego Party Supplies you’ve landed on the right page.
Diego Party Supplies – The Background
Diego Party Supplies are based on Go, Diego, Go!, a children’s television series. The series is a spin-off of another popular series, Dora the Explorer. Go, Diego, Go is created by Valerie Walsh and Chris Gifford and it premiered on Nickelodeon on September 6, 2005. The series was also aired on CBS block as part of the Nick Jr. from September 17, 2005, up to September 9, 2006. The show has also been dubbed into Spanish and since April 2008 it is being aired on Univision in the United States.
Diego – The Characters
The show is about Diego Márquez, an 8-year-old boy who, in most of the episodes, hears an animal’s cry for help in the rainforest. Diego is always ready to help animals in danger. Diego sets out to help the animal with the help of his friends, gadgets, and even the viewers at home,
Dora, from the series, Dora the Explorer, is his younger cousin and this is revealed in various episodes. Here Dora is usually without her boots. Diego first appeared in Meet Diego!, an episode of Dora the Explorer.
There is a jaguar named Baby Jaguar who is Diego’s companion and helps him on adventures. Baby Jaguar appears in Dora the Explorer too, but inconsistently. Also, in Go, Diego, Go!, unlike Dora the Explorer, he can speak and plays a more active role. Diego has a grandfather who has a strawberry farm. It is not clear whether he is his paternal grandfather or maternal grandfather.
Alicia is Diego’s older sister. She is bilingual and a computer whiz. She is responsible for directing the animal rescue calls that keep coming into the center. She loves animals and always there to help Diego in helping the animals. Alicia is kind-hearted and responsible and always kind to Diego. In the show she is shown as driving a motor vehicle, although in the show she is just 10 years old. So, it can be said that she is able to perform tasks that can be done by older people.
Diego’s parents appear in many episodes and they are animal scientists. But their names are not revealed in the show. Diego’s father and Dora’s father are brothers.
Diego has one other older sister as well. Her name is Daisy and she studies in college. She has appeared in only one Diego episode, but has appeared in three Dora episodes.
There is a camera called Click that locates the animal that is in need of help. Then there is a messenger known as Rescue Pack that Diego wears and it can change into any object. There are two troublesome spider monkeys called Bobo Brothers. To stop the Bobo Brothers you have to shout “Freeze, Bobos!” and Diego often urges the viewers to shout with him to stop them. Although the Bobo Brothers are troublesome, they don’t cause trouble intentionally and always apologize after doing so. Then there is Linda the Llama who was rescued by Diego in the initial episodes, but appears in the later episodes to help Diego; a sort of payback.
In the first three seasons Jake T. Austin voiced for Diego and in the later seasons Diego was voiced by Matt Hunter. The child actress Serena Kerrigan has voiced for Alicia. Click, the camera, is voiced by Rosie Perez.
There are several songs in each episode of Go, Diego, Go. Although there are many uses of Spanish vocabulary, the show focuses on teaching about the animals rather that the Spanish language.
Go, Diego, Go has been aired in The United States on CBS, Nick Jr., Nickelodeon, Noggin, Nick Jr. (channel) and Univision (Spanish version).
In the United Kingdom it has been aired on Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Nick Jr. 2, Tiny Pop and ITV2 / CITV (2008–2009).
The show has been aired in Australia on Nickelodeon, Nick Jr., Nine Network and Toon Disney.
In Canada, it has been aired on Treehouse TV, TVO Kids, Knowledge, Teletoon and Nickelodeon.
In Philippines the show has been aired on TV5, Nickelodeon and ABS-CBN.
Apart from these countries, Go, Diego, Go! has been aired in Asia on Nickelodeon, in France on TFOU and Nickelodeon, in Germany on Nickelodeon Germany and Jetix, in India on Nickelodeon, in Israel on Nickelodeon, in Italy on Nick Jr., in Latin America on Nickelodeon Latin America, in Netherlands on Nickelodeon (Dutch version), in New Zealand on Nickelodeon New Zealand, in Portugal on Nickelodeon, in Scandinavia on Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon Scandinavia, in Taiwan on YOYO TV and in Greece on STAR.
Diego Party Supplies – The Options
You may select Basic Party Pack from our Diego Party Supplies which includes all the stuff you need for 8 guests. Or you may go with the Deluxe Party Pack from our Diego Party Supplies that has much more items than the Diego Basic Pack. The Diego deluxe pack is also for 8 guests. If you need favor boxes as well, I would suggest you to choose the combination of Deluxe Party Pack & 8 Favor Boxes from our Diego Kids Birthday Party Supplies as it would cost you much more if you purchase them separately. If you think that the number of guests may exceed 8 you should consider Diego Party Pack Add-On as it contains extra items for the extra guests. You may order Diego Party Favor Boxes separately as well.
I’ve personally used Diego Party Supplies for my kid’s birthday and through my personal experience I would recommend it to all Diego lover kids.