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10 Reasons Johnny Bravo Is Still Our Favorite Cartoon Doofus

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Johnny Bravo was Cartoon Network's most lovable, macho doofus. Even though the show only ran for 4 seasons in the early 2000s, it's still remembered fondly to this day. Here's just a few of the reasons why.

1) The theme song

It's just a super catchy horn section and Johnny dropping one-liners, but somehow it's managed to stay stuck in our heads for decades.

2) His atrocious pickup lines

Johnny fancied himself a ladies man, but ultimately the ladies all saw past his ripped bod and rejected him for being the (ultimately kinda gross) moron he was.

3) How concerned he was for his mama

Johnny absolutely loved Mama Bravo, and when she found herself a new lover, Johnny always got a bit jealous. Ultimately, he just wanted to be sure she was safe.

4) How the show could be surprisingly adult

Yup, that's Farrah Fawcett making a joke about being tied up. On a kids show. Wow.

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