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Bending Unit
« Reply #80 on: 11-02-2003 20:03 »
« Last Edit on: 11-02-2003 20:03 »



Man I loved that show. I used to have this koot ickle cuddly Fozzy muppet baby toy with an ickle scarf and oh it was so koot...

man I was a dumb kid.

Anyway, I also liked Pee Wee's Playhouse. A lot. I even had a video of it.    hmpf

The Super Mario Bros. cartoons were always great. Especially the ones with those really cheesy actors in the begining. And the old Legend of Zelda cartoon. Man, I was a real GAMER as a child.

TOTPD. *headbangs*

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Urban Legend
« Reply #81 on: 11-03-2003 01:47 »

Originally posted by Speli:
Polaris disappeared, and I'm disappointed, because their music was so...touchingly different. But, they will live on with the people who still love the spirit of Pete & Pete, which is hard to understand, unless you've seen the show and realized it's beauty.

Polaris didn't exactly disappear.  It's just that Polaris didn't really exist as a band apart from Pete & Pete.  Basically, Polaris was Miracle Legion with one less band member.

Check it out.

Bending Unit
« Reply #82 on: 11-03-2003 18:20 »

A lot of cartoons: The Racoons, Boes, Disney Festival, Batman, Spiderman, Dommel, Inspector Gadget, Rescue Rangers. And shows like Bassie & Adriaan, Telekids, Kindernet. Also a lot of series: Mash, The A-team, Night Rider, Air Wolf, Dukes of Hazard.

Bending Unit
« Reply #83 on: 11-14-2003 21:20 »

Of course Sesame Street and in Germany "Die Sendung mit der Maus".

Urban Legend
« Reply #84 on: 02-18-2004 18:45 »

Rather than restart this, I'll do the 4 month dance of death and post in this thread.

Anyway, if you're Canadian, or from Western New York State, or maybe if you're not, you could recognize the name Fred Penner. He had a kids show where he crawled through a log to a ravine dealie and he'd play his guitar and sing songs about how good stuff is. He played a bunch of classics, like "The Cat Came Back". Anyway, he came to my high school because my student's council hired him then sold tickets to elementary schools. However, a bunch of us slid in the side entrance to catch his show.

Man, Fred Penner. He's still got it.

Pics: http://images.google.ca/images?q=Fred+Penner&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8&hl=en

« Reply #85 on: 02-19-2004 04:56 »

I used to watch 'Count Duckula' a lot when I was quite young. Great stuff that, but I haven't seen any in an absolute age.

Delivery Boy
« Reply #86 on: 02-19-2004 05:13 »

Spiderman. Which, I still find pretty cool.

Seeing as I'm only 13. lol.

Space Pope
« Reply #87 on: 02-19-2004 08:17 »

Originally posted by Bushmeister:
I used to watch 'Count Duckula' a lot when I was quite young. Great stuff that, but I haven't seen any in an absolute age.

Count Duckula! I think i recorded over our video of it, it was so cool that show!


Bending Unit
« Reply #88 on: 02-19-2004 20:58 »

adventures of pete and pete , wild and crazy kids , double dare ( the older one with marc summers) are you afraid of the dark, rockos modern life , ren and stimpy, old hey arnold  pretty much any old nick show before slime time live   no no   thats were nick hit its downfall into teen asperitions.

Starship Captain
« Reply #89 on: 02-19-2004 21:07 »

The old Lonney Toons cartoons and a lot of the older Nick shows, like Aaah! Real Monsters! and Rocko's Modern Life.

Bending Unit
« Reply #90 on: 11-10-2004 06:59 »

Today is the 35th birthday of the most successful children's show in the world. On 11-10-1969 the first episode of the "Sesame Street" with Ernie, Bert and other famous puppets was on air. Congratulations.

Space Pope
« Reply #91 on: 11-10-2004 07:14 »


i miss Vidiot.. that was the coolest show... And Liquid Television of course, though it wasn't always cartoon... but it was still wicked!
as well as:- Transformers, He-Man, TMNT, Freakazoid, anamaniacs...

and.. Mulligrubs!

Liquid Emperor
« Reply #92 on: 11-10-2004 18:14 »
« Last Edit on: 11-10-2004 18:14 »

Here's my list:

Looney tunes
Disney cartoons
Japanese Anime
Sesame Streets
Hanna Barbara productions
Thomas the tank engine
Wallace and Gromit
Play School


Space Pope
« Reply #93 on: 11-10-2004 19:48 »

BLUE! I love Blue's Clues! Still watch it I did watch Barney for a short while. But Blue rocks.!

Bending Unit
« Reply #94 on: 11-11-2004 12:34 »

Then?  Bill Nye the science guy
Now? Sponge bob square pants
why do I get the feeling I'm going downhill?
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