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favorite cartoons/shows as a child

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Wednesday, October 13, 2004 9:22 AM

GEEZER

Keep the Shiny side up


Quote:

Originally posted by SoupCatcher:
Sunday morning was Popeye time. One of the local stations (KTLA) had the "Adventures of Popeye" with a host who wore a sailor hat (Tom Hatten). He had a big barrel full of reader mail and one of his schticks was to invite viewers to send in random squiggles. He would start with the squiggle and turn it into Popeye characters. It was like magic to watch him draw the characters so quickly. I can't remember if it was one hour or two hours of Popeye cartoons interspersed with the host setting up each cartoon. And (I may be conflating two shows here) they would slip in Tom Slick, Super Chicken, and George of the Jungle shorts.

Nature has infinite variety. Straight lines? Not so much.



In Atlanta we had "Officer Don and the Popeye Club" with a live audience. I still love the old black and white Popeye cartoons, before Bluto changed to Brutus.

No one has mentioned the old Hanna-Barbera toons: Deputy Dawg, Quick-draw McGraw, Yogi Bear, Augie Doggie. How about Beanie and Cecil? Astroboy, the original Anime.



"Keep the Shiny side up"

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Wednesday, October 13, 2004 11:05 AM

THESOMNAMBULIST


DANGERMOUSE He's the greatest, he's fantastic whenever there is danger he'll be there..... DANGERMOUSE
and
ULYSEES 31 It's about time someone made a live action film of this or even a TV series. It was really profound and desperatley sinister for a kids show.

The Somnambulist

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Wednesday, October 13, 2004 11:15 AM

KELLAINA


This is bringing back so many memories... and until I started the list I didn't think I had watched that much tv as a child!

Mentioned so far...
She-Ra and He-Man
Jem
Ninja Turtles
My Little Pony (the first show I ever insisted on taping - and I was about 4 at the time!)
Smurfs
Fraggle Rock
Alvin and the Chipmunks (I still have the Christmas album)
The Raccoons

I haven't seen these mentioned yet:
Mr Dressup (my favourite show as a child and the one I have the most vivid memories of)
Ghostbusters
The Smoggies
Teddy Ruxpin (I have no idea how to spell that)
Polka Dot Door
Romper Room (while it didn't happen to me I have several friends who claim to have been scarred for life when the host said they could 'see' them)
The Price is Right (I know it's not a kids show but I watched it everyday with my Grandma along with many other long-cancelled game shows)
Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (the original cast)
Ghostwriter

I think that's it!


If nothing we do matters, then all that matters is what we do. -"Angel"

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Thursday, October 14, 2004 2:25 PM

DOCTOREVIL9903


I liked:

The Bananna SplitS
Speed Racer
Space Giants
Ultraman
Bugs Bunny

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Thursday, October 14, 2004 4:13 PM

THEREALME


Quote:

Originally posted by CaptainHarbatkin:
Quote:

Originally posted by Beatle:
Quote:

Originally posted by ebonezer:
There was also some show where there was a never-ending race (i think some of it was in the air, and some of it was in cars), with some evil bad guy and his dog hatching these off the wall scheames to win. There was also something about catching a pigeon (can't remember why though). There was also some chick in pink called Penolope Pitstop.



You're thinking of a mix of cartoon race shows. 'The Perils of Penelope Pitstop', 'The Wacky Races', and 'Dastardly and Muttley in their Flying Machines' (this one with Yankee Doodle Pigeon).



I think there was a version of all that rolled into one called Laffalympics or something, that fits her description. Urk. Grape Ape as a team captain? Hardy Har Har as the annnouncer?

(Shudder. Twitch. Make it stop...)

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Concerning that list of race cartoons for Ebo, it is notable that while they were different shows, they shared quite a few characters between them. My favorite was the mad scientist inventor RegUS PatOff...


But what shows impressed or influenced a young Real Me? Even the Real Me was young once...

Jonny Quest (always the best!)
Fireball XL-5
Stingray
8th Man
Any Looney Toons, but especially the ultra-violent Road Runner!

And for live action shows, the Wild, Wild West, the campy Batman and... (give me a drum roll, Sparky!)

The first run of the original Star Trek!

As a kid in the 60's, I was also a nut for the space program. I was there watching every moon landing, even after they got sort of boring.

Yes, the Real Me is old, but not quite ancient (though I can see it from here).


The Real Me

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Thursday, October 14, 2004 6:17 PM

RUKIA


I looooooooooved Darkwing Duck. Although I really wasn't that young when I watched it...but I was young-er.

Let me reach back further...I loved Punky Brewster. And Rainbow Bright. And Jem! Ah to be truly outrageous.

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Thursday, October 14, 2004 7:42 PM

NEEDLESEYE


I think my favorites are the result of no cable TV.
I watched Mr Peppermint when I was really little. It's not a cartoon but kinda of a Captain Kangaroo type of show. I dunno if anyone outside Texas ever saw it, but it always stands out in my mind.
Anyway, actual cartoons:
HannaBarbera and Loony Toons
Scooby Doo-(pre Scrappy-doo *shudder*)
Road Runner- I just kept waiting for the coyote to give up. Dumb dog! :/
G-Force - wish they still showed this
Robotech- last one I would consider as in my childhood and I still like this one

Now, I like Rolie Polie Olie. The music reminds me of cartoons from the 30's-40's, but the images are all CGI. I like the contrast.

Keeper of Jayne's goggles. 8)

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Friday, October 15, 2004 3:01 AM

PALADIN


Yay for childhood memories!!! !!!

Some of my faves are:
Transformers (G1 and Beast Wars)
Visionaries
MASK
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Danger Mouse
Duck Tales
Gargoyles
Captain N the Game Master
Super Mario Bros. Super Show
X-Men
Spider-Man
Invaader Zim
and of course, the Real Ghostbusters

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Friday, October 15, 2004 4:45 AM

FREAKYSINS


Bugs Bunny and Friends
Battle of the Planets
ANY Godzilla movie (also the cartoon)
Johnny Quest (the original)
The Herculoids
Dungeons and Dragons


As for prime time stuff...
Magnum, PI
Simon and Simon
The Incredible Hulk

Peace,

FS

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Friday, October 15, 2004 7:51 AM

MALICIOUS


Definitely Ultraman. Hiata was HOT, with his beta capsule. And Speed Racer (I liked his brother, Racer X).

Also,
Marine Boy, Kimba the White Lion (am I the only one who remembers that??), Godzilla, and HELL-O!! Dark Shadows!

Mal-licious

Co-Holder of the Red Bell from Hell

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Friday, October 15, 2004 8:23 AM

MANIACNUMBERONE


OK got to admit that Haji from the old johnny quest did kick some serious ass. I had a long childhood though so, I've enjoyed shows from the whole spectrum.
Old enough to have seen H R PufNStuff,
but enough of a kid to have watched the smurfs in my young adulthood. He he he.
What about the Thundercats and Top Cat?

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Friday, October 15, 2004 11:43 AM

NEDWARD


If I'm allowed to continue my childhood into the '90s: Daria. I loved that show, too much.

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Friday, October 15, 2004 2:41 PM

RUKIA


Quote:

Originally posted by nedward:
If I'm allowed to continue my childhood into the '90s: Daria. I loved that show, too much.



Ack! I loved that show too! In fact, I won a Daria shirt in the MTV contests for the last eppy/movie. I wear that bad boy with pride...and get a few looks as I basically look a lot like a real-life version of her. I embrace my Daria-ness though.

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Friday, October 15, 2004 9:55 PM

NEDWARD


There's still half a dozen eps I haven't seen yet, including that last one. It used to be more, but, thank you internet. I always liked the Sick, Sad World puns ("a liver runs through it!") and, being a Brit, I thought "Depth Takes a Holiday" (with the escapees from Holiday Island) was damn funny.

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Saturday, October 16, 2004 7:35 AM

CYBERSNARK


Wow. I'm not even gonna try to keep track of what's been said. Thing is though, I still watch cartoons and always have, so I'm not sure where the breakoff point is. I'll try to list them in order of when I watched them. I'm also omitting the late-night "adult" animé (what little of it ever appears in Canada), and sticking to the inarguably kid shows.

Growing up in the 80s was awesome.

Cartoons as a kid:
Snorks
Popples
He-Man
She-Ra
(yeah, shutup)
Ninja Turtles
G.I. Joe
Transformers
Thundercats
Silverhawks


(into the 90s)
Gargoyles
Daria
Reboot
War Planets
(known in Canada as Shadow Raiders)
Transformers: Beast Wars (known here as Beasties)
Transformers: Beast Machines
Godzilla
(the '98 Roland & Emmerich version)
Powerpuff Girls
Batman/Superman adventures
Batman Beyond
Digimon
S1, S2, S3 (S4 aired in this bizarre schedule where no one could watch it)

(Present)
Cardcaptors (Canadian dub of Cardcaptor Sakura)
Vision of Escaflowne (it aired Saturday afternoons, so I'm treating it as a kids show)
Justice League (Unlimited)
Samurai Jack
He-Man reboot
TMNT reboot
X-Men Evolution
Megaman NT Warrior
Transformers Armada
Transformers Energon
(These last two TF shows are bad. I mean horrible makes-you-want-to-puke bad. Don't watch them unless you're a die-hard Transfan. Go back to the Beast-era; they knew how to rock.)

Just in the past few weeks:
Megas XLR
Xiaolin Showdown
Code Lyoko
(this friggin' rocks!)

I've also watched Land of the Lost (both the old and the newer 90s series), Knight Rider, Major Dad, Perfect Strangers, and every Trek since Next Generation.

I never got to see Robotech on television (again, Canada), but I did come across the "Jack McKinney" novelizations at a young age and managed to collect the full series (took me until the late 90s to find End of the Circle; that thing was frellin' rare!) I even have the Sentinels books.

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Saturday, October 16, 2004 11:13 AM

DIETCOKE


My favorite was Scooby Doo probably followed by The Pink Panther. I also really liked Road Runner, Looney Tunes, and The Jetsons. Heck, I was glued to the tube on Saturday morning from 5:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m!

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Saturday, October 16, 2004 1:49 PM

GWYNETHH


How about "Space Angel" for us older folks?
but now its "Samurai Jack"

Are You Asking me to Dance?

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Saturday, October 16, 2004 6:25 PM

THATWEIRDGIRL


the star trek cartoon anyone?
belle & sebastian
cities of gold
land of the lost--i know not animated
chalkie
speed buggy?
hong kong phooey

here's a tangent for you: your favorite music related cartoon. Josie, jabberjaw, jem, robotech, kidd video, alvin, etc. What's your poison.

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Saturday, October 16, 2004 8:21 PM

BILLYUNO


Hm. I have a feeling I'm going to show my age, like a lot of you.

cartoons:
Transformers
GI Joe
Thundercats
Silverhawks
Spiderman
Tale Spin
Pokemon (don't ask why)

Right now I love everthing on Cartoon Network except for Scooby Doo. (never liked that show, and I don't know why.) Esspecially Teen Titans, Megas XLR, Clone Wars was awsome, but also Ed Edd and Eddie, Codename: Kids Next Door, and Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends. That last one is probably one of the most original cartoons I have seen in a VERY long time. Craig McCracken is a genius. Fosters and Powerpuff Girls are probably some of the best cartoons of all time. Along with Dexter, Jack, Bugs, along with various others.

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Saturday, October 16, 2004 8:47 PM

TMURRIE


Power Rangers was a big one. And Garfield.

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Sunday, October 17, 2004 8:25 AM

MRSKBORG


I've just remembered I used to love Dangermouse too and Count Duckula - Duckiepoohs oh how could I have forgotten them...... and Terrahawks, and did I mention Rhubarb and Custard too? or Bagpuss or Mr Ben or Bod? My memories frelled it happens you know. Old age.

"This movie may be a beautiful butterfly, but I loved that damn caterpillar." Joss Whedon.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004 12:07 PM

MANIACNUMBERONE


Code Lyoko does rock! Very shiny show.

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Wednesday, October 20, 2004 6:34 AM

PIRATEJENNY


I loved the Smurfs and the Littles..and remember the cartoons that use to come on during the weekdays mighty mouse Tom & Jerry Woody Wood Pecker He Man, Ducktales and Heathcliff, I too also loved Strawberry short cake but those were speacials

Does anyone rememer a cartoon about a little boy who had a toy horse and whenever his mother would leave the room the horse would come alive and it had wings..I've been trying to think of the name of that cartoon..I believe it was done by the same people who did the mighty mouse woody W.P and Casper the friendly ghost cartoons Bugs Bunny and friends Captain America, Scooby Doo...or how about Jem...Jem was on of my all time favorites

what was the one with all the super heros Ice man Fire starter. Storm , Superman

and who could forget the Amazing Spiderman cartoon, or the reruns of hanna barbara cartoons, tthe Flintstones who could forget pebbles and Bam bam Yogi Bear remember during the holiday season they use to always show a Yogi Bear christmas

or how about the Pac-man cartoon that came on ,on saturday morinings

and for none cartoons, I loved Reading Rainbow and yes..Mr. Rogers's Neighborhood


But my all time favorite Cartoons that I can still watch without hesitation is the Peanuts..I love Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang...watching those cartoons always make me feel happy even as an adult

this thread is bringing back such great memories thanks

during the 80's when I was a kid it seemed we had a better variety of cartoons

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Wednesday, October 20, 2004 9:46 AM

HJERMSTED


Diaper Man and the Baby Brigade (at least that's what I think it was called). Babies with crime-fighting alter egos that would sneak out at night to thwart evil doers. I'd love to see one of these again.

Sid & Marty Kroft's Lidsville.

Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends.

And who doesn't love those little blue gang-bangin' communists... The Smurfs?

mattro

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Wednesday, October 20, 2004 9:52 AM

RUE

I have a vote and I'm not afraid to use it!


Goes into the pile for us old folks:
WNY had a program called Rocketship 7, that aired different cartoons, like Wonder Dog (Under Dog ?) (Neither bird, nor plane , nor even frog. It's just little old me ...) and Fractured Fairy Tales. I REALLY liked Mr Magoo and Bugs Bunny, hated Roadrunner. There was a show called Discovery(year) on Sunday mornings. I remember racing to the TV after church to watch (the earliest I remember) Discovery 65. I liked some of Lost in Space.

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Thursday, October 21, 2004 3:59 AM

CYBERSNARK


Quote:

Originally posted by piratejenny:
what was the one with all the super heros Ice man Fire starter. Storm , Superman

You're thinking of several different ones:

Spiderman and his Amazing Friends had Spidey, Iceman, and Firestar.

Only Storm appearance I can think of was in Pryde of the X-Men, a one-shot TV movie that showed Kitty Pryde (Shadowcat) joining the team (and Wolverine speaking with a Cockney accent, 'cause apparently, all us Canadians are Brits ).

There was a Superman series in the 80s (no, not the cheesy sixties/seventies one --this one had really good animation), though I only ever saw a handful of eps 'cause it didn't air where I was.

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Thursday, October 21, 2004 4:46 PM

ANFA


Wacky Fun!!!

Let's see . . .

He-Man, She-Ra, Transformers, Voltron, Thundercats (I still think this show rocks!), Snorks, My little Pony, Rainbow Brite, GI Joe, Monchee-chee's, Shirt Tails . . .

MRSKBORG, I thought I was the only one who remembered Dungeons and Dragons as a cartoon (in the opening there was a group of kids, amusement park, big dragon head . . It's fuzzy, but I remember!)

And when CosmicFugitive mentioned Eerie, Indiana, I about fell off my chair! I totally forgot that one!

As I look at my cartoon list, I wonder to myself if it is any wonder my shelves are full of D and D books and Sci-Fi/Fantasy movies . . .



" We're just too pretty for God to let us die."

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Thursday, October 21, 2004 7:14 PM

THATWEIRDGIRL


Quote:

Originally posted by Anfa:
MSKBORG, I thought I was the only one who remembered Dungeons and Dragons as a cartoon (in the opening there was a group of kids, amusement park, big dragon head . . It's fuzzy, but I remember!)



didn't thtat have a kid and a unicorn? They were on some kind of cheap carnival ride and then boom, D and D?

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Thursday, October 21, 2004 7:49 PM

VERITAS


Let's see:

Animaniacs
Bugs Bunny
Tiny Toons
Silver Hawks
Thundercats
Greatest American Hero
Pokemon and Power Rangers in the original Japanese (One-I lived in Japan for three years, that's how. Two-I had no idea what they were saying. It was cool anyway.)

"What'd you all order a dead guy for?"

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Friday, October 22, 2004 5:37 AM

CYBERSNARK


I'll just take the opportunity to plug the Thundercats, Voltron, Transformers, Battle of the Planets, and G.I. Joe/G.I. Joe: Reloaded revival comics. They rock, though only Thundercats, BotP, and G.I. Joe tie into the original continuities (Transformers G1 happens in DW's own continuity, which merges the various 80s continuities, and Voltron and Joe: Reloaded are full restarts). They all rock though.

Especially Voltron. You actualy get the full "WTF's going on with this stuff!?!" effect of dealing with newly-discovered alien tech.

Oh, and avoid Thundercats: Hammerhand's Revenge. That one's kinda horrific; the writer just didn't know his stuff. And the crossovers are kinda hit'n'miss.

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Friday, October 22, 2004 6:06 AM

ATILLA


I remember watching one called "Ruff and Ready", http://www.tvtome.com/tvtome/servlet/ShowMainServlet/showid-18872/

I particularly remember a series of episodes involving an ad venture on munimula (aluminum spelled backwards). My favorite individual cartoon was a warner brothers cartoo of the 3 little pigs set to Brahams Hungarian Dance No. 5.

When my children were young, we would sit down as a family and watch Robotech. It came on about the time I got home from work. They would record it for me if I didn't get home on time.

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Friday, October 22, 2004 6:49 AM

ZARK1976


I find it hard to believe that not one person in here listed battlestar Galactica.

I loved the A-Team, Knight Rider, Battlestar Galactica, even Buck Rogers, the Incredible Hulk.

I liked pretty much every cartoon I could watch, Transformers, G.I. Joe, Go-Bots, He-man, Galaxy Rangers, M.A.S.K., Captain Power, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Robotech, Voltron, Thundercats, Silverhawks, Bionic Six, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman, Animaniacs, Freakaziod, Starvengers, the Shogun Warriors action hour, Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, The Marvel Action Hour, X-Men, Dungeons & Dragons, Visionaries, Air Raiders, Pirates of Dark Water, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs.

I may have listed enough stuff



"Could be he's harboring some resentment at us for putting his man through our engine."

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Friday, October 22, 2004 6:49 AM

ZARK1976


I find it hard to believe that not one person in here listed battlestar Galactica.

I loved the A-Team, Knight Rider, Battlestar Galactica, even Buck Rogers, the Incredible Hulk.

I liked pretty much every cartoon I could watch, Transformers, G.I. Joe, Go-Bots, He-man, Galaxy Rangers, M.A.S.K., Captain Power, Jayce and the Wheeled Warriors, Robotech, Voltron, Thundercats, Silverhawks, Bionic Six, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman, Animaniacs, Freakaziod, Starvengers, the Shogun Warriors action hour, Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends, The Marvel Action Hour, X-Men, Dungeons & Dragons, Visionaries, Air Raiders, Pirates of Dark Water, Cadillacs and Dinosaurs.

I may have listed enough stuff



"Could be he's harboring some resentment at us for putting his man through our engine."

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Friday, October 22, 2004 9:40 PM

YT

the movie is not the Series. Only the facts have been changed, to irritate the innocent; the names of the actors and characters remain the same


Quote:

Originally posted by SoupCatcher:
And (I may be conflating two shows here) they would slip in Tom Slick, Super Chicken, and George of the Jungle shorts.


In my area, George of the Jungle was a half-hour program, with three shorts: George, Super Chicken, & Tom Slick, in that order. I used to get up @11:30 Saturday morning to watch it.

Keep the Shiny Side Up

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Friday, October 22, 2004 9:51 PM

YT

the movie is not the Series. Only the facts have been changed, to irritate the innocent; the names of the actors and characters remain the same


Quote:

Originally posted by ManiacNumberOne:
Top Cat?


How could I forget Top Cat?
Anyone else remember Q T Hush?

Keep the Shiny Side Up

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Saturday, October 23, 2004 12:59 AM

MER


*Thundercats
*Scooby Doo
*Punky Brewster
*Jem
*Heclief
*Darkwing Duck
*Anything that had to do with Muppets on Network TV
*Duck Tales
*Rescue Rangers
*X-Men cartoon
*Cheers
*227
*Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
*Law & Order
*Amen
*Taxi

I could go on for ages...but umm, yeah, I remember watching those the most when I was little.

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Saturday, October 23, 2004 3:03 AM

EST120


Quote:

Originally posted by MER:
*Thundercats
*Scooby Doo
*Punky Brewster
*Jem
*Heclief
*Darkwing Duck
*Anything that had to do with Muppets on Network TV
*Duck Tales
*Rescue Rangers
*X-Men cartoon
*227
*Cheers
*227
*Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
*Law & Order
*Amen
*Taxi

I could go on for ages...but umm, yeah, I remember watching those the most when I was little.



you must have REALLY liked 227!

you were watching law and order when you were little? seems a little heavy for a child.

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Sunday, October 24, 2004 10:03 AM

OZYMANDIAS


EEK the cat, I still watch that on DVD

And Melkor fled before the laughter of Tulkas, and hated him ever after

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Sunday, October 24, 2004 3:05 PM

OPPYH


Space Giants

Johnny Sokko

Ultra Man

And does anyone remember the king of all Japanese live action giant robot shows Spectre Man?

Spider Man and his Amazing friends

Dungeons and Dragons

Puppy adventures

pac man

Mr. T

Thundarr the Barbarian

Herculoids/Spaceghost

In search of w/ Leonard Nimoy

Alice

Different Strokes

Facts of Life

St. Elsewhere

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Monday, October 25, 2004 5:45 AM

CYBERSNARK


Quote:

Originally posted by OPPYH:
In search of w/ Leonard Nimoy

I just wackyparsed that as "In Search of Leonard Nimoy," and went to the funny visual place.

It's like Where's Waldo?, but with Vulcans!

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We applied the cortical electrodes but were unable to get a neural reaction from either patient.

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Monday, October 25, 2004 8:51 AM

MOHRSTOUTBEARD


The Adventures Of Pete And Pete.

Still one of the best shows ever, even without the benefit of nostalgia.

"You've just gotta go ahead and change the captain of your brainship, because he's drunk at the wheel."

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Monday, October 25, 2004 6:40 PM

MER


Quote:

Originally posted by MohrStoutbeard:
The Adventures Of Pete And Pete.

Still one of the best shows ever, even without the benefit of nostalgia.

"You've just gotta go ahead and change the captain of your brainship, because he's drunk at the wheel."



Yeah, too bad I was in my teens when they show came about to not count for this list.

Quote:

Originally posted by est120:
you must have REALLY liked 227!

you were watching law and order when you were little? seems a little heavy for a child.



X___X I just noticed my typo...haha very funny *chuckles*
Law And Order is kind of heavy I know. I do remember also watching Quantem Leap as a child now remembering. I had older sisters influencing me on a lot of 80's type stuff that I wouldn't have known about if it wasn't for them.

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