Inspector Gadget - Go Gadget go Captain Power - Green before Green was Green Transformers - Probably one of the greatest The Jetsons - No love for the Jetsons? eep op ork ah ah Jetsons Ren & Stimpy - Changed the face of animation Beavis & Buthead - Just gold.
Beast Wars - The best Transformers television show ever written. Period.
Transformers G1 -- specifically, Season 3 (the post-movie episodes). The serious tone in the majority of these episodes makes them easier to re-watch than the earlier stuff. And forget the whining (which was in all of 2 episodes) -- Rodimus Prime owns you all.
M.A.S.K. - To be fair, I admit that I might be listing this more for the intro than anything else.
The Disney Afternoon (Duck Tales, Rescue Rangers, et al) -- it's nice to remember a time when Disney made original, clever cartoons, and not just unfunny spin offs of their animated movies (Yeah, I know Tale Spin has the characters from the Jungle Book -- but it was fairly good).
Inspector Gadget Count Duckula Invader ZIM Angry Beavers 2 Stupid Dogs Ed, Edd and Eddy Courage the Cowardly Dog Freakazoid Duck Dodgers Pinky and the Brain Rocky and Bullwinkle Sealab 2021 Space Ghost Coast to Coast The Brak Show The Tick
to a lesser extent: Rocko's Modern Life Tiny Toons
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Originally posted by supersalvadoranOh, it's simple. The old school 'Looney Tunes', not the neutred ones that had all the violence removed. I understand why they cut out stuff like suicide scenes and racially insentive lines, but I had good enough parents who taught me not to act like Bugs in real life. It's so messed up now that to see an original, uncut cartoon, I have to look deep into youtube instead to clicking onto Nickelodeon or another channel like I did when I was a kid.
Looney Toons and Tom and Jerry get my top vote, followed by Centurions and Voltron: Defender of the Universe!
I get the feeling 30 years from now our kids will be discussing this same topic on a message board somewhere fondly remembering Spongebob Squarepants and and wondering why todays cartoons aren't any good.
I'd like to ask both Bret Hart and Shawn Michaels if they've really buried the hatchet and gotten to be friends, and I'd like to ask Arn Anderson how he feels nowadays about Sid. I'd also ask Chavo how he's holding up (even years later)