Okay, this is one of those "I'm a daddy" posts, so you people without kids can yawn and stop reading right now. Heh.
My wife and I were talking, and we're trying to figure out something about the children's television show called The Little Einsteins. The premise of the show is that there's a group of four kids who go on these adventures in music and art. One kid is a good dancer, one sings, one plays musical instruments, and the last one is a music conductor. They fly around in a little rocket ship in environments that are After Effects-like compositions using scans of famous paintings and other works of art. Each adventure revolves around a famous piece of classical music which is woven into the plot somehow.
Now, what we're trying to figure out is why they're called The Little Einsteins. I mean, I don't recall Einstein being particularly noted for his dancing or painting. So why Einsteins? I could see The Petite Picassos or The Bitty Bachs, but Einsteins? That just makes no sense.