These days, kids watch a ton of cartoons, just like the kids of generations before them. And just like those kids, they watch most of these cartoons on Cartoon Network. That’s the first channel that comes to mind when you think of cartoons.
However, if one of us who was born in the 80’s or 90’s happens to come across Cartoon Network on TV these days, we notice one very obvious thing. They look like this:
Barely any of the cartoons we used to watch air anymore and even if they do, they’re showing the same episodes that they did back then because they stopped producing them ages ago. This is a huge pity because those cartoons were so much better than these overly-saturated and weirdly bright excuses for shows. The following are 7 cartoons that Cartoon Network needs to start producing again so that maybe one more time, we get to relive our childhood. And ensure that our future kids and younger siblings stop wasting their time watching crap. Bring back the old Cartoon Network!
The following are 7 cartoons that Cartoon Network needs to start producing again so that maybe one more time, we get to relive our childhood. And ensure that our future kids and younger siblings stop wasting their time watching crap. Bring back the old Cartoon Network!
1. Dexter’s Laboratory
This one is a classic. It’s about Dexter, a child genius who whips up dazzling, world-saving inventions in his secret laboratory and his big sister Dee Dee, who frequently wrecks his experiments, but his bigger nemesis is Mandark, his rival at School. His Mom and Dad, of course, have no idea what their little angel is up to. You can find more details here.
2. Johnny Bravo
Johnny Bravo has no shortage of confidence, and he’s certain that all women want him. We all know him for his big hair and tight black clothes,karate chops and accompanied by the sound of a bullwhip that always cracks every time he poses. You can find more details here.
3. Cow and Chicken
In this show, a scrawny, 11-year-old chicken named Chicken reluctantly watches out for his beefy “little” sister, a 7-year-old cow named Cow. The unconventional offspring of two human parents, the two young animals navigate their way through the town, encountering problems not only at school but with the devilish schemes of the Red Guy, whom we all know for having a huge, red behind. You can find more details here.
Damn, this show was messed up.
4. I Am Weasel
The series centers on I.M. Weasel, a smart, beloved and highly successful weasel, and I.R. Baboon, an unsuccessful and unintelligent baboon who is jealous of Weasel’s success and constantly tries to upstage him. For further details, click here.
Also, Red Guy was in this show too.
5. Sheep in the Big City
The bulk of the show follows a runaway sheep, Sheep, in his new life in “the Big City”. Sheep is on the run from General Specific, who is assisted by his henchmen, Private Public, the Angry Scientist (who in the show is often wrongly referred to as “Mad Scientist”), a bunch of other military types, and the Plot Device. For further details, click here.
6. Ed, Edd n Eddy
Ed, Edd and Eddy are as clueless about girls as everything else. Eddy may not be the brains of the trio, but he’s the “idea guy,” always scheming and dragging his buddies along. Ed, Edd and Eddy go on summertime adventures involving part-time jobs, treehouses and of course, girls. You can find more details here.
7. The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy
Billy and Mandy are a mismatched pair of youngsters who befriend the Grim Reaper after winning a limbo contest against him. Since the Grim Reaper lost, he has to be their friend, and the three go on adventures together. You can find more details here.
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