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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Sabrblade » Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:09 am

ironrod prime wrote:i have a sneaking suspiscion you forgot to mention sonic under ground
That one I know I didn't forget because I was hooked on Fox Kids and Kids WB at the time and had to choose between those two and the syndicated stuff on UPN since they came on around the same time. So, I chose the former two instead. Thus, I did not watch Sonic Underground as a child (and frankly I'm glad I didn't). :P
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby CYLON (13) » Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:30 am

Darn 'web! Had a nice lengthy, well edited post...system ate it. :lol: Darn, darn, darn! Now you have to settle for a more condensed, less entertaining post! :P

Sabrblade wrote:Samurai Jack

Rumor is that Cartoon Network has a batch of unaired episodes somewhere in there studio/offices. No word on when they'll air. Maybe when the live-action movie finally gets going?

Remember these?
Eek The Cat Intro.


Heathcliff Intro.


Like cats, much? :roll: :lol: :mrgreen:
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Wing Saber » Thu Nov 29, 2012 6:40 pm

Wing Saber wrote:Codename: Kids Next Door
Spongebob
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Transformers (Duh!)
Drake and Josh
The Amanda Show
Dexter's Lab
Yogi Bear (As well as other boomerang shows, don't remember their names)
Zoids
Metabots

That's all I can think of right now, but there is more. I'll add em later

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Robot Boy
My Gym Partner's A Monkey
iCarly
Zoey 101
Jimmy Nuetron
King of Queens
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Agent X » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:28 pm

CYLON (13) wrote:Darn 'web! Had a nice lengthy, well edited post...system ate it. :lol: Darn, darn, darn! Now you have to settle for a more condensed, less entertaining post! :P

Sabrblade wrote:Samurai Jack

Rumor is that Cartoon Network has a batch of unaired episodes somewhere in there studio/offices. No word on when they'll air. Maybe when the live-action movie finally gets going?

Remember these?
Eek The Cat Intro.


Heathcliff Intro.


Like cats, much? :roll: :lol: :mrgreen:



The plan (as of yet) is for a theatrical conclusion

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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Wing Saber » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:16 am

Wing Saber wrote:
Wing Saber wrote:Codename: Kids Next Door
Spongebob
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide
Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
Transformers (Duh!)
Drake and Josh
The Amanda Show
Dexter's Lab
Yogi Bear (As well as other boomerang shows, don't remember their names)
Zoids
Metabots

That's all I can think of right now, but there is more. I'll add em later

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Robot Boy
My Gym Partner's A Monkey
iCarly
Zoey 101
Jimmy Nuetron
King of Queens

Sonic X
Sonic Underground
Family Matters (That's the one with Steve Urkel, right?)
Looney Tunes
Tom and Jerry
The Flinstones
The Jetsons
Pinky and The Brain
Kim Possible
Catscratch
Chalkzone
Rocketpower
Static Shock
Totally Spies
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby ironrod prime » Sat Jan 05, 2013 12:39 am

ironrod prime wrote:oh son you dont know what you just did :P

here we go

wmac masters
the incredible hulk
beatleborges
masked rider
mmpr
vr troopers
van pires
ironman
spiderman
fantastic four
gi joe extreme
roswell conspirecy theories
captian simian and the space chimps
life with luey
roughnecks
reboot
street sharks
gargoyles
extreme ghostbusters
extreme dinosaurs
d2 the mighty ducks
clueless
saved by the bell
sweet vally high
sweet vally jr high
spiderman unlimmited
pokemon
digimon
animaniacs
histeria
pinky and the brain
tiny toon adventures
batman
batman beyond
superman
static shock
the zeta project
sabrina the teenage whitch
archies weird mysteries
sonic underground
yugioh
xena
hercules
mystic knights
king arther and the knights of the round table
beast wars
rid
g2


i finish later :D

princess gwenivere and the jewl riders
ultimate muscle
sonic x
satam
kirby rbay
teen titans
loonatics unleashed
medabots
x men
spider riders
fighting foodons
pr in space
pr lost galaxy
pr light speed rescue
pr time force
pr wild force
pr ninja storm
digimon a2
digimon tamers
digimon frontier
the winx club
dbz
sailor moon
the littles
robot wars
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Agent X » Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:05 am

For this I'll consider Childhood until the end of the year I graduated High School (Saber I stole your list and modified it)

Fox
The Tick
Bobby's World
Eck straviganza with The Terrible Thunderlizards
Spider-Man: The Animated Series
Spider-Man Unlimited
X-Men
Incredible Hulk
Life with Louie
Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation, TMNT 2003
Godzilla: The Series
Power Rangers (MMPR thru Wild Force)
Big Bad Beetle Borgs, Beetle Borgs Metalics
The Secret Files of the Spy Dogs
Donkey Kong Country
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot
Digimon: Digital Monsters (seasons 1-3)
NASCAR Racers
Beast Wars: Transformers
Beast Machines: Transformers
Xyber 9: New Dawn
Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
Action Man
Cybersix
Dinozaurs
Kong: The Animated Series
Los Luchadores
Medabots
Mon Colle Knights
Transformers: Robots In Disguise
Galidor: Defenders of the Outer Dimension
Mystic Knights of Tit Na Nog
Escaflowne

WB produced
Animaniacs
Tiny Toon Adventruers
Batman The Animated Series
Batman Beyond
Jackie Chan Adventures
The New Batman/Superman Adventures
Pinky and the Brain
Static Shock
Superman: The Animated Series
Xiaolin Showdown
The Batman
Legion of Super Heroes
X-men Evilution
Freakazoid

The Disney Afternoon
Chip & Dale's Rescue Rangers
DuckTales
Darkwing Duck
Goof Troop
Bonkers
Aladdin
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Timon & Pumbaa
The Mighty Ducks
Quack Pack
Gargoyles (and Goliath Chronicles)

PBS
Barney & Friends
Sesame Street
Arthur
Cyberchase
Bill Nye the Science Guy
Kidsongs
Lamb Chop's Play-Along
Liberty's Kids
The Magic School Bus
Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
Reading Rainbow
Shining Time Station (latter just Thomas and Friends)
Where in the World Is Carmen Sandiego?
Where in Time Is Carmen Sandiego?
Wishbone
Ghostwriter
Kratts' Creatures
Redwall
Zoobilee Zoo
Wind in the Willows

ABC
Cro
ReBoot
Schoolhouse Rock!
The Mighty Ducks
Disney's Doug
Sonic the Hedgehog (daily)
Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM)
Bump in the Night
The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh
Fudge
Mouse with a Motercycle
The Wonderful World of Disney
Loony Toons
Beetlejuice
Addams Family
Free Willy
Flinstone Kids
Pup Named Scooby Doo
Wild West Cow boys of Moo Mesa
Tale from the Cryptkeeper
Dungeons and Dragons
Captain Planet
Home Improvement
The Real Ghostbusters

CBS
Beakman's World
CBS Storybreak
The Mask
Timon & Pumbaa
The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat
The Weird Al Show
Bailey Kipper's P.O.V.
Ace Venturea Pet Detective
Marsupilamie
TMNT
Garfield and Freinds
Skeleton Warriors
Cadillacs and Dinosaurs
Back to the Future
Dink the little Dinosaure
Dennis the Menace
Muppet Babies

Disney's One Saturday Morning
Recess
School House Rock
Science Court (later-on known as Squigglevision)

Jetix (ABC Family and Toon Disney)
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go!
W.I.T.C.H
Digimon: Digital Monsters (seasons 4)
Medabots (seaosn 2)
Shinzo
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends


Nickelodeon
SpongeBob SquarePants
The Fairly OddParents
Rugrats
CatDog
Hey Arnold!
Rocket Power
Kenan & Kel
The Amanda Show
All Grown Up!
Drake & Josh
Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide
Zoey 101
The Ren & Stimpy Show
Rocko's Modern Life
Aaahh!!! Real Monsters
My Life as a Teenage Robot
Danny Phantom
Invader Zim


TGIF
Full House
Family Matters
Dinosaurs
Step by Step
Boy Meets World

Toonami
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
Zoids: New Century Zero
Hamtaro
Mobile Fighter G Gundam
Transformers: Armada
Justice League, Justice League Unlimited
Cyborg 009
SD Gundam Force
Star Wars: Clone Wars
Transformers: Energon
Teen Titans
Pokémon Chronicles
DBZ
Dragon Ball
Voltron
Real Adventrurs of Johnny Quest
Cartoon Roulette (Herculoids, Galexy Trio, Bridman, Space Ghost)
Sailor Moon
Superfreinds
G-Force
Ronin Warriors
Tenchi (all series)
Blue Sub 6
Outlaw Star
Big O
Mobile Suit Gundam
Gundam the 08th MS Team
Gundam 0080
Zoids: Chaotic Century (Classic)
He-man (2002)
G.I. Joe
.Hack//sign
Dragon Ball GT
Gundam Seed
Ruroni Kenshin
Rave Master

Cartoon Network
The Powerpuff Girls
Dexter's Laboratory
Ed, Edd n Eddy
Courage the Cowardly Dog
Johnny Bravo
Cow and Chicken
Time Squad
Samurai Jack
Grim and Evil
Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones?
Codename: Kids Next Door
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
Evil Con Carne
Star Wars: Clone Wars
2 Stupid Dogs
Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Camp Lazlo
Acme Hour
The Flintstones
The Jetsons
The New Scooby-Doo Movies
Popeye
Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?
The Scooby-Doo Show
Scooby-Doo & Scrappy-Doo
13 Ghost of Scooby-Doo
Centurions
Jabberjaw
Smurfs

FoxBox/4Kids TV
Ultimate Muscle
Kirby: Right Back at Ya!
The Cramp Twins
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2003)
Sonic X
Cubix: Robots for Everyone
Shaman King
F-Zero GP Legend
One Piece
G.I. Joe: Sigma 6
Chaotic

NBC
Mega Man
Thundercats
Fantastic Four
Iron Man
Captain Simian & the Space Monkeys
Saved by the Bell
Street Sharks
Extream Dinosaurs
Extream Ghostbusters
Captian N
Mario Bros.

USA
Mortal Kombat Defenders of the Realm
Street Fighter
Mario World 3

Adult Swim
Cowboy Bebop
Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Gundam 0083
Char's Counter Attack
Inuyasha
Sealab 2021
Trigun
Blue Gneder
Fullmetal Alchemist
Kikider
Lupin the 3rd
Neon Genesis Evangelion
Pilot Canidate
Reign: The Conqueror
Yu Yu Hakasho
Ripping Freinds
Which Hunter Robin
Wolf's Rain

Others
Hogan's Heros
Gilligans Island
Gummie Bears
Incredible Hulk (live action)
Bablyon 5
Crucade
Johnny Quest
Futurama
Simpsons
Family Guy
South Park
Star Trek
STNG
ST DS9
ST Voyager
ST Enterprise
Munsters
Addams Family
The Phil Silvers Show (Sargent BilKo)
Murphy Brown
Cheers
Fraser
Seinfeld
Cosby Show
MASH
Andy Griffith show
That 70s Show
That 80's Show
I Dream of Jeanne
MacGuyver
Stargate SG1
Married with Children
Green Acres
Pettycoat Junction
Beverly Hillbillies
ALF
NewsRadio
Newhart
Bob
Woody Wood Pecker (original)
Casper (original)
Little Lulu (original)
Superman (original)
Godzilla (animated series)
Batman (Adam West series)
Dracula: The Series
Dark Angel
Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel
Firefly
The Adventures of Pete and Pete
Are you Afraid of the Dark?
WCW
The Rudy and Gogo World Famous Cartoon Show
Monster Vision
Thunder in Paradise
Smallville
The Outer Limits (original and 90's)
The Twilight Zone (original and 90's)
He-man (original)
Tom and Jerry
Druppy

VHS/DVD
Dinoriders
The Transformers
X (aka X:1999)
The Kids of Degrassi Street (watches this in 6th grade for social studies)
Degrassi Junior High (same as above)


and many more I'm forgetting right now
Note, I did not list miniseries
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Agent X » Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:18 am

how can i forget these:

King Arthur and the Knights of Justice
Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders
Highlander
Jumanji
Double Dragon
Mummies Alive!
Monster Rancher
Acton Man (2000)
Animorphs
Goosebumps
Alienators: Evolution Continues
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Wing Saber » Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:24 am

Agent X wrote:For this I'll consider Childhood until the end of the year I graduated High School

HA! I'd have to include every show I've ever watched!
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Re: Childhood TV shows

Postby Sabrblade » Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:38 am

Wing Saber wrote:
Agent X wrote:For this I'll consider Childhood until the end of the year I graduated High School

HA! I'd have to include every show I've ever watched!
To be honest, it almost felt like I was doing just that. But then I had to stop and think, "No, I was an adult when I watched that. I cannot include it." :lol:
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