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What are your favorite Cartoon/reality TV shows you've watched back in the past?

Discussion in 'Other Media (Non-Gaming: Movies, TV, etc.)' started by FalconFury, Oct 29, 2016.

  1. FalconFury

    FalconFury Terrarian

    Remember, this is like the blast from the past like Back to The Future. Oh, I got a big list of favorite shows that i watched.

    Bugs Bunny tweety show
    The Flintstones
    The Jetsons
    The ripping friends
    The Grimm adventures of Billy & Mandy
    The boondocks
    What's with Andy?
    Rocket Robinhood
    Woody woodpecker
    Tom and Jerry
    Digata defenders
    Delilah and julius
    Delta state
    Scooby doo
    Totally spies
    G.i joe
    The batman
    Kappa mikey
    Total drama island
    Total drama world tour
    Static shock
    Fosters home
    Ed, edd, Eddie
    King of the hills
    Aqua teen hunger force
    Ben ten
    Kids next door

    Family channel:
    Kim Possible
    The Proud family
    Mickey mouse
    Dave the Barbarian
    Phines and ferb
    Lilo and stitch

    YTV (hosted by Carlos)
    WOLVERINE and the X-Men
    X men evolution
    Justice league universe
    Jackie chan adventures
    Samurai jack
    Xaolin showdown
    Ang the last Airbender
    dragon Ball
    Dragonball z
    Dragon Ball gt
    Sonic x (but then got transported to fox box)
    Ultimate muscle
    Beyblade (Tyson)
    Teenage mutant ninja turtles
    Battle beetlemons (better than bakugan)
    Gundam seed
    Martin mystery
    Jacob two two
    Yvonne the Yukon
    Jimmy neutron
    Shadow warriors
    Transformers Cybertron
    Spiderman animates series
    Spiderman the new animated series (got cancelled because it's too dark and emo)
    Teen Titans
    Fantastic four
    Fairly odd parents
    Hey arnold
    Dexter laboratory
    Powerpuff girls
    Robot boy
    Astro boy
    MegaMan NT warriors
    Saint seya
    Zixx level 1
    Goose bumps
    Young Justice
    Juniper lee
    Danny phantom
    Last edited: Oct 29, 2016
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  2. Valkyrie Valhalla

    Valkyrie Valhalla Dungeon Spirit

    Man, I remember watching the Beetlejuice cartoon a few years back, one of my favorite shows to this day.

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  3. Eli10293

    Eli10293 Spazmatism

    Courage the Cowardly dog, Ben 10, and some pokemon anime (Even though I think its :red: now)
  4. Shaedric

    Shaedric Golem

    OMG! I'm drowning in nostalgia now. I watched most of that on the list.
  5. FalconFury

    FalconFury Terrarian

    Also Tarzan, Johnny bravo, catscratch, iggy, George of the jungle, beast machines, robotetch, megas XLR, beast wars, Chop socky chooks, and duckman! Erky perky! Jimmy two shoes! Cyber 6! Lucha mucha, el tigre, world of quest.

    Last edited: Oct 29, 2016
  6. verti76

    verti76 Terrarian

    Cartoons : The Jetsons,Dexters Lab,Flinstones,Scoody Doo,Captain Planet,Gummy Bears,Hey Arnold and Johnny Quest.
    Game Shows : Legends of the Hidden Temple,Figure it out.
    Fav Shows : All that,Kenan and Kel.
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  7. samari jack and courage the cowardly dog had to be on my top list of my nostalgia cartoons i love
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  8. B.Grsstt

    B.Grsstt Terrarian

    Wow that's quite a list.

    I think I would have to go with Mickey Mouse, since it's such a classic!
  9. Pretty much the show that has impacted me the most was Power Ranger Operation Overdrive.
  10. Dark Wiz

    Dark Wiz Spazmatism

    The old Spongebob episodes are the best. Back then they didn't have little brats as children. (don't get mad at me...) Now the episodes aren't as good, but at least they are in HD?
  11. Akireli

    Akireli Official Terrarian

    I use to watch so many cartoons back in the day, Kids Next Door, Avatar the Last Airbender, and (Eventually) Courage the Cowardly Dog. My favorite as a kid though was Ben 10, I thought that Ben was so cool, and I freaking loved all the different aliens. (Don't even get me started on ghost freak.) I haven't really watched the newer Ben 10 series but I might check out Alien Force sometime, it seems pretty good.
  12. Necrius

    Necrius Skeletron Prime

    Batman TAS. The best Batman in my memory, especially before it changed art style.
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  13. Nisper

    Nisper Official Terrarian

    The best cartoon ever made in my opinion is Ed, Edd ,Eddie. Watching it back still makes me laugh really.
  14. ppowersteef

    ppowersteef Paladin

    Way too many to count at once, but I've been a fan of a lot of Nickelodeon and Jetix/Disney XD cartoons.
    Most memorable are Avatar: The Legend of Aang, Totally Spies, Danny Phantom, Spongebob, My life as a Teenage Robot, Phineas and Ferb, Winx Club and Kim Possible.

    Ofc I've enjoyed much MUCH more, but these have been some notable ones :)
    Last edited: Apr 23, 2019
  15. Alamandra Vonn Pravus

    Alamandra Vonn Pravus Dungeon Spirit

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  16. PlatinumUmbreon

    PlatinumUmbreon Eye of Cthulhu

    I used to watch a lot of shows as a kid. I remember absolutely adoring Chowder on Cartoon Network, and my other favorites include Ed, Edd, n' Eddy, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and Spongebob Squarepants before it went to crap.
  17. Lecceseo18

    Lecceseo18 Terrarian

    I am glad that you shared your list here with everybody. You must add shows by Andy Yeatman that are available on Netflix to the list. When I watched it with my little brother and sister, I saw a good change in them. They started thinking in an intellectual manner.
  18. Bethany

    Bethany Steampunker

    I'm not fond of violence but here's a grotesquely funny cartoon that has plenty of deaths — and a few characters who are already dead.

    Written by Bryan Fuller (between Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies) with art by Mike Mignola (of Hellboy, B.P.R.D., etc.) "The Amazing Screw-On Head" is a steampunk-ish alternate history horror romp. President Abraham Lincoln calls on a special agent, a robotic head (that can attach itself to various robot bodies) to help solve the sudden disappearance of a scholar of dangerous ancient mysteries. Which he does, of course.

    Inappropriate for most children, I'd think.

    The single 22-minute adventure you can find online is all there is. It was a Sci-Fi Channel pilot that didn't get picked up, which is a real shame.
    Last edited: Dec 16, 2018
  19. Shannarae

    Shannarae Plantera

    :dryadpassionate: I watched these shows on TV growing up :

    Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
    Sailor Moon
    Dragonball Z
    Super Mario World (yes there was a cartoon!)
    Earthworm Jim
    Flint the Time detective
    Goof Troop
    Darkwing Duck
    Johnny Quest
    Chip 'n Dale - Rescue Rangers
    The flintstones
    The jetsons
    Scooby Doo
    Yogi the bear
    Blinky Bill
    Top cats
    S.W.A.T cats
    Eek! the cat
    Hey Arnold
    Batman the Animated series
    X- men the Animated series
    Spiderman (the cartoon that launched in 1994)
    Tom and Jerry
    The Addams Family
    Stop the Pidgeon!
    The terrible thunderlizards
    Wacky Races
    The animals of farthing wood
    Biker mice from Mars
    Captain Planet and the Planeteers
    Dexter's Lab
    Dino Babies
    Pinky and the Brain
    Princess Sissi
    Sabrina the Animated series
    the legend of Zelda
    Conan the adventurer
    Courage the cowardly dog
    Cow and Chicken
    I am Weasel
    My little pony tales
    Dinosaurs (old TV show, people in dino costumes. The baby was awesome! xD)

    And so many more 90's shows I can't remember the names of . :dryadgrin:
    I watched a lot of cartoons back in the day, still do when nothing else is on. :dryadtongue:
  20. Bubby Aurora

    Bubby Aurora The Destroyer

    When I was a little chubbean, I used to dig educational stuf like Peppa Pig and Team Umizoomi. Nowadays I watch YTPs of Peppa!

    Also, usually if you catch me binge watching TV you catch me watching Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spin Jitzu on Netflix.