The Happy Family Show
The Happy Family Show is a YouTube channel created in 2011 by siblings Christine, Kevin, and Josh Jones. They had 330,000 subscribers as of 2016. The show is a scripted comedy using real Barbie dolls, the hands of the creators can be seen moving the dolls. The show ended in 2018.
The show revolves around the Sherwood family, a happy family of seven living together in the happy family doll house. Watch them beat up a burglar, torture the babysitter, lose an arm and sneak off to the arcade while Mom and Dad aren't looking.
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