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globetrotter

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ok, for years we only let my son watch educational stuff, and some of it was very very good. now, we let him watch fun stuff, too. although I really hate most of the stuff that he likes - especially sponge bob.

recently discovered Phineas and Ferb - the absolute best kids show ever. not as educational as some, but not offensive and very funny. basic premise - two kids trying to keep busy on summer vacation, and their teenage sister and pet platapus who is really a secret agent.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phineas_and_Ferb
 

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I always liked the original Lassie, Mr. Ed, the original Scooby Doo, Captain Planet, Flinstones, etc. Most of the stuff today is just AWFUL.
 

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Lucky Luke


 

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I grew up in the early eighties and fondly remember watching some sort of dungeons and dragons show. Not often as my parents didn't have cable but when I had a sleep over at my BF house I could see it then.
 

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Are we talking like 5-year-old kids or just younger than middle school? Because I thought Batman the Animated Series was pretty fucking awesome. Not sure if it's the vein of Spongebob et al though.

Animaniacs was pretty excellent as well.
 

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Rugrats
Rocko's Modern Life
Gummy Bears
Spider-Man: TAS

And Spongebob has its moments.
 

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What happened to cartoons? We go from ThunderCats, Captain Planet, She-Ra, The Pirates of Darkwater...to Spongebob.

It's sad.
 

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Spongebob is the anti-christ.

My vote is for tintin

 

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Gulla Gulla Island
Muppet Show
Blues Clues
Sesame Street
 

Neo_Version 7

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^ Gulla Gulla Island owned. Binya-Binya was off the hook.
 

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Originally Posted by designprofessor
banana splits, puff -n stuff, and recently rented some of the old Land of the Giants.

+1 - just thought today about the Banana Splits for the first time in years. All those features - Sour Grapes, that thing on the wall, Danger Island, Dear Drooper, "Size of an elephant!" Classic stuff. What were they smokin?
 

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