Most of us can still remember those mornings plonked in front of the TV craning our necks to watch Tinky-Winky, Dipsy, Laa Laa and Po in all their gallivanting glory.
However, one particular episode of Teletubbies was deemed so creepy it was banned back in 1999.
See it for yourself here:
A core childhood memory for any 90s kid, the BBC Two show was a huge success and went on to have nine seasons, which amounted to a staggering 485 episodes.
Set in the psychedelic-style grassy, floral landscape populated by rabbits and birds.
And co-existing in this setting alongside the four main characters were the likes of the Voice Trumpets, the group's anthropomorphic blue hoover called Noo-Noo and the iconic Sun Baby.
Looking back now, it's a pretty weird bunch of characters.
However, it's clear that that not every episode went down a treat, with one in particular raising alarm bells for a whole heap of concerned parents back in the day.
The Twitter page, aptly titled Horror4Kids, recently shared some footage of the Teletubbies episode, called 'The Lion & The Bear', which first aired in 1997.
And the episode in question was considered 'too scary' for its target audience - which consisted of children between the ages of one to four years old.
You may be wondering what on earth could be so creepy about a kid's show all about four brightly coloured creatures with television screens on their tummies?
Well, the answer lies with one very haunting character in particular.
The clip in questions starts with a cartoon lion - with unsettlingly darting eyes - being wheeled over the rolling meadows whilst roaring.
A cartoon bear then enters the scene, shouting 'Boo' at the dead-eyed lion.
"I am the scary lion," the lion begins, "and I am looking for the bear."
Grimacing and snarling the whole way through, the lion then adds: "I know she's hiding, but I don't know where."
The shot then pans to the four Teletubbies, who are watching the whole ordeal take place.
The lion then repeats himself again before saying: "I'm looking over here and I'm looking over there."
Seemingly fixated on this elusive bear, he carries on looking around the grassy hills.
The bear then lets out a childish yet super eerie giggle to tease the clearly frustrated lion.
Raising his voice, the shot then zooms into the lion's face as he forcibly demands: "Where's the bear?"
Finally finding the bear, the lion then chases after it, while the bear says: "Catch me!"
The clip then ends after showing the pair running - or rather wheeling - around the hills, both making some very odd noises.
Parents reportedly made 'numerous complaints' about the age-inappropriate music, scary voices, dark tone, and creepy dialogue.
And hundreds of other Twitter users seemingly agreed with the parents.
One wrote: "It is the Freddie meets Jason equivalent of children's stories...dear God!"
Another revealed: "This was genuinely my first experience of horror as a child. I don’t even need to watch the clip because I had nightmares about that bear for months."
"The only time I was scared by Teletubbies was the music from this segment," recalled someone else.
And a final person commented: "This traumatised me as a kid, I legit remember being terrified of it. It's the one vivid memory I have from being that young."