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... favorite cartoon/animated show that is.
Indie shows? Simpsons? Family Guy?
Family guy,of curse
South Park rules. In my youth, it was Heckle and Jekyll.
Family Guy mos def.
Spongebob has a lot of adult oriented humour, if you watch it - I used to love that show... like, last year.
I watch FG, the simpsons AND South Park. It depends on the week which one is better.
Yeah, me too. When I was young it was Bugs Bunny!
I Liked mickey mouse
I am 39 now, but when i was younger, Tom and Jerry on Ch. 38. It came in a little fuzzy because we had an antenna back then. but after walking to and from school, uphill both ways, it was good to come home and watch those two beat the crap out of each other.
Favorite cartoon? I'll have to think about it. It's really never occured to me.
It is and always will the Warner Brothers cartoons from the 30's, 40's and 50's. They will never die.
After them my favorite is the movie cartoonish movie Yellow Submarine.
I could have sworn they were on 56 back then, but that show was great.
My all time favorite was the Superfriends on network TV Saturday mornings. Obviously before they brought in those two idiot Wonder Twins. And I have to give some props to Starblazers. I found a couple of episodes on Bit Torrent last year. I still remembered every line to the theme song.
I like Monkey Dust.
When I was small, I liked that show Bucky O' Hare.
I liked it so much, I told strangers that my name was Bucky.
Bugs Bunny RULES !!! Talk about the ultimate smart @$$ !!!!
New category has to be South Park. I can't believe some of the stuff they get into.
Old school favorite is still and always will be Loony Tunes, especially Roadrunner. Bullwinkle is even funnier now that I'm older.
Either Bullwinkle or Captain Caveman.
Seconded. South Park seems to get more outrageous each episode. Roadrunner and Tom and Jerry were my favourites as kids. That would explain the balanced human being I have become, with my healthy interest in a violent collision sport, Heavy metal and war games on the PC.
Ahhh I forgot about Tom and Jerry!! And (almost) channel 38. Ahh the days before cable when everything was over-the-air and we didn't know while watching Bruins games if the fuzz was the TV or the air in the Garden.
I also used to get up on Saturday mornings and watch the Smurfs religiously.
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