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« Reply #40 on: 03-24-2002 00:30 »

Earthworm Jim!  I miss that show...probably because I liked the game so much.
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« Reply #41 on: 03-24-2002 00:36 »

Earthworm Jim should be discected for Freshman Biology Class.
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« Reply #42 on: 03-25-2002 04:35 »

Cartoon I'm Glad Almost Everyone Brought Up: The Critic.

Cartoons I'm Glad Somebody Else Remembers: Kablam!, God, The Devil & Bob, Freakazoid!

Cartoons I'm Surprised No One Brought Up: Clerks, Batman: The Animated Series, Reboot

Cartoons I'm Sure Few Today Have Seen, Let Alone Remember: the Japanese King Kong cartoon, Batfink, Cool McCool.

Great Place To Find Info On Cartoons--and theme song downloads!: Toon Tracker.

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« Reply #43 on: 03-25-2002 05:43 »

 
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Cartoons I'm Sure Few Today Have Seen, Let Alone Remember: the Japanese King Kong cartoon, Batfink, Cool McCool.

I remember batfink, just about, it was pretty cool  cool
Zed 85

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« Reply #44 on: 03-25-2002 10:31 »

Wasn't Reboot a CGI thing about weird coloured humanoids and robots?
I think I remember the name.
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« Reply #45 on: 03-25-2002 11:20 »

Yeah, I liked it whenever Enzo and Dot went into the games and fought Megabyte.
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« Reply #46 on: 03-25-2002 12:10 »
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I would have to say...

1) The Critic
2) Rocko's Modern Life
3) Cow & Chicken
4) Ren & Stimpy
5) Freakazoid
6) Family Guy
7) Invader Zim
8) Disney's Doug
9) Nickelodeon's Doug
10) Pepperanne
11) Detention
12) Duckman
13) I. M. Weasel
14) Pinky & The Brain
15) Animaniacs
16) Tiny Toons
17) Aaahh! Real Monsters
18) The Angry Beavers

That about covers them all. Also, I didn't list these cartoons in any particular order.
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« Reply #47 on: 03-25-2002 12:14 »

What's the difference between Disney's Doug and Nickelodeons's Doug? I definitly know what Nic's Doug is, people used to bugg me about the fact that my name's in a cartoon. But also it has Billy West doing the main voices. I don't think I've heard of Disney's Doug unless it was originally the same thing but Disney's and then Nickelodeon took over?  confused
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« Reply #48 on: 03-25-2002 13:02 »

 
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Originally posted by Code Green:
I would have to say...

2) Rocko's Modern Life
3) Cow & Chicken
4) Ren & Stimpy
5) Freakazoid
13) I. M. Weasel
14) Pinky & The Brain
15) Animaniacs
18) The Angry Beavers

woohoo! those rule (i don't know some other you mentioned, but never mind that).
go cartoons!  big grin
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« Reply #49 on: 03-25-2002 14:24 »

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    Originally posted by Zed 85:
    What's the difference between Disney's Doug and Nickelodeons's Doug? I definitly know what Nic's Doug is, people used to bugg me about the fact that my name's in a cartoon. But also it has Billy West doing the main voices. I don't think I've heard of Disney's Doug unless it was originally the same thing but Disney's and then Nickelodeon took over?   confused

    Disney's Doug... well, there were a lot of differences.

    • Disney plastered their name all over it. Remember... what they really care about is the Disney brand name, not quality.
    • The format changed from two twelve-minute cartoons to one half-hour cartoon.
    • Everyone moved to the 7th grade.
    • Many of the characters got new looks.
    • ...and some new ones were introduced.
    • Billy West didn't do Doug's voice anymore.
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    « Reply #50 on: 03-25-2002 14:43 »

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      Originally posted by Kryten:
       Disney's Doug... well, there were a lot of differences.

      • Disney plastered their name all over it. Remember... what they really care about is the Disney brand name, not quality.
      • The format changed from two twelve-minute cartoons to one half-hour cartoon.
      • Everyone moved to the 7th grade.
      • Many of the characters got new looks.
      • ...and some new ones were introduced.
      • Billy West didn't do Doug's voice anymore.

      Bah, not good enough.  no no
      I think I'd much prefer the old version.


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      FishyJoe

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      « Reply #51 on: 03-25-2002 15:08 »

      Wasn't the nick show a half hour too? I could have sworn it was.
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      « Reply #52 on: 03-25-2002 17:36 »

       
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      Originally posted by FishyJoe:
      Wasn't the nick show a half hour too? I could have sworn it was.

      It was, but it had two 12-minute segments, asopposed to a full-length story.
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      « Reply #53 on: 03-25-2002 18:08 »

      Well yeah, that's what I meant. For some reason I thought the original show had one full-length 30 minute story, but I guess not. Oh well.
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      « Reply #54 on: 03-26-2002 00:29 »

      And the old one had zanier, funnier stories. I remember when Doug squandered all his gift money in an arcade so he can be ranked 49th in the top scores.

      Hey, this is just like the 'old-school cartoon' thread all over again! I like talking about memories like these  smile
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      « Reply #55 on: 03-26-2002 00:42 »

       
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      Originally posted by Just Chris:
      Hey, this is just like the 'old-school cartoon' thread all over again! I like talking about memories like these   smile

      Check out www.yesterdayland.com  it has links and stories to just about every decade.
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      « Reply #56 on: 03-26-2002 14:48 »

      Doug was the best.  But I didn't really like the new ones Disney made.  They totally changed the show.  frown   And Billy West did a great job.  Why didn't he do the voice when Disney took over?

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      « Reply #57 on: 03-26-2002 18:24 »

      Well, as a certified "toon head", I've seen a lot of animation come and go.  From Saturday morning to weekday afternoons to prime time, some good, some bad, some ugly. 

      But the show I miss the most is "Rocky and Bullwinkle."  One of the greatest animated series.  It had no betters and few equals.

      I met Rocky and Natasha once, and that was a lot of fun.  I'm certain Fearless Leader makes cameo appearances as my boss.
      Zed 85

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      « Reply #58 on: 03-27-2002 03:19 »

       
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      Originally posted by BumbleBeeTheta:
      And Billy West did a great job.  Why didn't he do the voice when Disney took over?


      Maybe he had ethics and decided he didn't want anything to do with Disney or what they were doing with the show.  wink


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      « Reply #59 on: 03-27-2002 17:03 »

      Nah, it was probably a money issue. He had no problem doing the voices on Ren & Stimpy even after Nick fired the creator and made the show crappier.
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      « Reply #60 on: 03-27-2002 21:37 »

      A thought - does each generation think the next generaytion's cartoons suck?  I mean, we hate the new cartoons out there, did the generation before us hate Darkwing, etc.?
      Kryten

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      « Reply #61 on: 03-30-2002 21:20 »

      The answer's probably "yes, with an if" or "no, with a but".

      My dad's pretty open-minded... he likes The Simpsons, Duckman, and Pinky and the Brain, and I'm starting to sell him on Futurama.
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      « Reply #62 on: 03-30-2002 21:26 »

      Snagglepuss...had all the answers.,
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      « Reply #63 on: 03-31-2002 05:18 »

      IZ rox...

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      « Reply #64 on: 04-04-2002 14:08 »

       
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      Originally posted by BrainSluggo:

      Cartoons I'm Surprised No One Brought Up: Clerks, Batman: The Animated Series, Reboot


      :yawn: how what who so tired. Wait Clerks so depressing that it never came out in England praise be to multi region DVD players. I thought The animated show was just as good as the movie if just abit more surreal.
      Now a show I wish the would resurect was one of my fave shows growing up heres a hint
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      well not so much of a hint really
        big grin
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      « Reply #65 on: 04-06-2002 23:25 »

       
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      Originally posted by B.Frankendorfer:
      Duckman.  Where hath he gone?

      He's perpetually stuck at the alter after "Three Weddings Inconcievable."  I'll admit the last half of the fourth season wasn't entirely up to Duckman par, but it was still better than 99% of the other TV shows (and still is).  My favorite was "The Once and Future Duck."  Basic Plot:  Ajax (the dumb son) accidentally rips a hole in the time-space continuum while trying to set the alarm on his clock radio.  Due to this, differing versions of Duckman pop in based on what he does.  At first he's elated but it quickly gets on his nerves (especially when "Duckman from 3 seconds behind" keeps repeating what he says.   wink).  It's got to be one of the funniest television episodes ever.  I wish they'd release Duckman on DVD.  For now I'll have to do with these downloaded eps.  (And don't ask where... that's not for this forum.)
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      « Reply #66 on: 04-06-2002 23:36 »

      "This is incredible!  As long as this time-space tear stays open I can see the future.  I already know if I go to this recital, I'll be rich.  Now I can avoid all the wrong stuff and do all the right stuff.  I can become the most powerful person who ever lived.  I can truly be the master of my fate.  The captain of my destiny.  I can know what happens on Melrose Place next week!  Yahoo!  Waha!"

      - Duckman from "The Once and Future Duck"   big grin
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      « Reply #67 on: 04-07-2002 00:18 »

      My favorite cartoon (besides for futurama and the simpsons) would be rocky and bullwinkle and spinoffs; I also used to watch the old donald duck cartoons.  I enjoyed hearing Matt in the commentaries say that suicide booths were based off of an old donald duck cartoon where he went to futureland, where there were a bunch of coin-op machines that hurt him, and realizing, hey I actually know wtf he is talking about since I have seen that one.

      And of course I like pinky and the brain.
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      « Reply #68 on: 04-07-2002 01:15 »

       
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      Originally posted by Delta-V:
      Must be a bunch of young punks here...
      Anybody remember "Battle of the Planets" or "Star Blazers"?  Or even "Star Trek: The Animated Series"

      I do!  Many moons ago these were my favorite shows.  I especially remember that shitty robot(Zee Zark-7) they spliced into Battle of the Planets.
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      « Reply #69 on: 04-07-2002 14:39 »

      Hey, I remember the Star Trek cartoon. They used to show reruns on Nickelodeon when I was little. But even as a small child, I wasn't nerdy enough to like it.
      Kryten

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      « Reply #70 on: 04-07-2002 16:55 »

      Ah so you didn't see the one with Kid Spock and his Amazing Pet Teddy Bear.
      Torquemada

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      « Reply #71 on: 04-07-2002 20:43 »

      The Trapdoor was a fantastic cartoon.
      Burk, feed me!   laff

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      « Reply #72 on: 04-08-2002 04:52 »

      don't you open that trap door :deep voice: 'cause there's something down there

      Aahh memories  smile
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      « Reply #73 on: 04-08-2002 13:05 »

      oh yeah i used to watch that show all the time, i think it used claymation instead of animation if I'm thinking about the same show.
      Kryten

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      « Reply #74 on: 04-08-2002 14:28 »

      I have no idea what you people are talking about.
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      « Reply #75 on: 04-08-2002 16:27 »
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      The Tick
      Sam & Max: Freelance Police
      Godzilla (newest version)
      The Critic
      Eek the Cat
      X-men
      God the Devil and Bob
      The Clerks
      Invader ZIM
      The Angry Beavers
      Anamaniacs
      Tiny Toons
      Spiderman & the Batman series
      Family Guy (the old ver.)
      The PJs
      [edit]
      How could I forget Ducktales (classic), Darkwing Duck, and Histeria!

      Sadly there is more, but I think I've said enough
         tongue
      Torquemada

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      « Reply #76 on: 04-08-2002 17:24 »

      Somewhere in the dark and nasty regions where nobody goes stands an ancient castle. Deep down in the cellar of this uninviting place lives Berk, overworked servant of the Thing upstairs.

      All voices done by Willie Rushton, may he rest in peace.
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      « Reply #77 on: 04-08-2002 18:02 »
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      This wasnt a show, but I miss the 7 up Spot! I remember that he had his own video game and it was actually quite fun!

      ah the memories


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      « Reply #78 on: 04-08-2002 23:07 »

      Yeah, I miss the Noid...
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      « Reply #79 on: 04-08-2002 23:41 »

       
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      Sam & Max: Freelance Police

      Shit yes! How could I forget about Sam & Max? I loved that show, and I'm still pissed off that it got cancelled. I still try to show my Sam & Max graphic novel to all my friends, but they just don't get it like I do. Bastards.
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