In "Kid Show: My World of Imagination," Bill Jackson (B. J.), legendary creator of some of the most innovative local children's television in America, takes you on a fascinating journey from the surprising beginning to the inevitable end of his exceptional career. Along the way, Bill creates some of the most compelling puppets in the history of children's TV, including smoke-billowing Dirty Dragon, prissy Wally and wacky Weird, and the quite exuberant Mother Plumtree. And, oh, yes, there was The Blob -- that large, bizarre lump of clay B. J. sculpted that spoke unintelligible "mood talk" that only B. J. could understand. Bill's most popular shows - "Cartoon Town, B. J. & Dirty Dragon," and the nationally syndicated "Gigglesnort Hotel," were all done in Chicago. Bill's imagination not only delighted his audiences, it inspired them to seek creative careers of their own.