The lyrics […] are underscored by claymated figures, with cuts to a television set airing the network logo and concert clips with rotation categories thrown in.
1998 — Paul McComas, Twenty Questions: A Collection of Short and Very Short Stories, Fithian Press (1998), ISBN9781564742384, page 33:
A month away from twenty-six and there you are, in the middle of a Monday afternoon, genuinely engaged in the madcap antics of a slope-headed, claymated man and his anthropomorphized horse.
2000 — Peter M. Appelbaum, "Cyborg Selves: Saturday Morning Magic and Magical Morality", in Popular Culture and Critical Pedagogy: Reading, Constructing, Connecting (eds. Toby Daspit & John A. Weaver), Garland Publishing, Inc. (2000), ISBN0815338643, page 84:
[…] here we have film, video, animated, claymated and digitized combos across and over the three realms that Mazlish posits for triage[…]
2001 — Megan O'Neill, Popular Culture: Perspectives for Readers and Writers, Heinle & Heinle/Thomson Learning (2001), ISBN9780155071131, page 38:
Today it is, unfortunately, best known as the theme song for a group of claymated raisins who appeal to children and presumably to the child in us all.
2004 — Mark Goodacre, "The Power of The Passion: Reacting and Over-reacting to Gibson's Artistic Vision", in Jesus and Mel Gibson's The Passion of the Christ: The Film, the Gospels and the Claims of History (eds. Kathleen E. Corley & Robert L. Webb), Continuum (2004), ISBN082647781X, page 37:
[…] to the claymated Jesus voiced by Ralph Fiennes in The Miracle Maker (Hayes and Sokolov, 1999) who jokes with Mary and Martha and makes his parables amusing, […]