Cartoons

15 Perfect Foghorn Leghorn Quotes You'll Want To Start Using In Your Daily Life

Watching the old Bugs Bunny & Tweety Show was one of the highlights of our young lives. Every family would spend Sunday morning gathered around the TV after breakfast, checking out the classic characters in all their iconic bits. Obviously Bugs was great, Tweety was lovely, and the Road Runner was iconic, but there was one character who had such a unique speech pattern that he was always a welcome addition. Foghorn Leghorn's unique Southern drawl and old fashioned catchphrases were really something else. Anytime he was in an episode you were bound to come out with a new weird phrase

90s

Study Reveals Each State's Favorite 90s Cartoon And The Results Are Unexpected

Everyone has their own favorite cartoon, but have you ever wondered if the one you loved most had anything to do with where you grew up? Maybe you just related to the characters more, maybe everyone in your town just had a big phase where you all watched the same shows, or maybe it's completely based on the channels you had available. A lot of factors influence which shows are your favorite, but the 90s had a lot of good options to choose from. Kids shows in particular were absolutely epic in the 90s. There was something for everyone, but

Pop Culture

Here's Why 'The Flintstones' And 'The Jetsons' Are In The Same Post-Apocalyptic Future

We all grew up watching The Flintstones and The Jetsons. We liked the contrast between the two, because in one block of time you could go from the prehistoric Bedrock to the space-age Orbit City. They were both made by the Hanna-Barbera Productions company, and while you may not really think that they are connected, there are a lot of people who think that its all in the same universe. Not only that, but they believe that The Flintstones are actually in a post-apocalyptic future right there with The Jetsons.Here's the thing, they are obviously just old cartoons and

80s

'ThunderCats' Reboot Has Given Them A Makeover And Their New Look Is Dividing Fans

ThunderCats are coming back to TV but so far, people aren't so convinced that they are going to love it as much as they want to. So the new series, ThunderCats Roar is set to premiere in 2019, and it is supposed to continue following the characters we know and love, but they've been given a major makeover. And here's the thing, people are really not happy about it.The original show ThunderCats was on the air between 1985 and 1989 and it was starring the characters Lion-O, Cheetara, Panthro, Tyra, Snarf, WilyKit, and WilyKat. They were refugees who find

Cartoons

We Just Learned The Plot Of The New She-Ra Show And We Are So Ready For It

She-Ra was the Princess of Power, and she was the most powerful woman in the universe. It makes sense, given the fact that her long-lost twin brother was He-Man. Together -  and separately -  these two characters became beloved by many and were the Masters of the Universe we all became obsessed with. She-Ra, aka Princess Adora, was the female role model we so desperately needed when we were young. She was tough, she was strong, and she didn't take any crap from anyone. Group W ProductionsShe was granted the Sword of Protection, which gave her the ability

Cartoons

The Man Behind The Music Of 'Schoolhouse Rock' Has Died, Here's How He Shaped Our Childhood

Schoolhouse Rock was a requirement in our childhoods. Everyone of us watched these movies in class to learn about grammar and math, and if you didn't, I'm very sorry for your loss. The original series started all the way back in 1973, and continued until 1985. It was so beloved that they decided to bring it back in 1993 and re-release old episodes and make a few new ones so that new generations can learn all the important lessons. The idea for Schoolhouse Rock came about when David McCall realized his son was having a lot of trouble memorizing multiplication

Cartoons

7 Things You Didn't Know About Garfield That'll Almost Make You Like Mondays

He hates Mondays, he loves lasagna, and he's an expert at sarcasm. It doesn't take a genius to know exactly who I am talking about. Garfield the cat is one of the most iconic characters in the world. He was popular when we were kids and still people love him to this day. But no matter how much you loved him as a kid, which personally was a lot, there's still a lot you may have missed. Reading a comic strip in the newspaper or even if you were dedicated enough to buy the books didn't always mean that you

Pop Culture

Sure, It Was A Wonderful Kind Of Day, But Where Would The Cast Of Arthur Be Now?

Elwood city was the place we all wanted to be. It was filled with the best cast of characters ever, and we would have given just about anything to attend Lakewood Elementary School with Arthur and his friends. The Read family was one that we all had a strong connection to. Whether you favored Arthur or D.W., you probably related to both of them on different days. The supporting characters on the show are iconic, and even though the show has been on for over 20 years, it's fun to imagine what would have happened to the characters if

70s

7 Cartoon Moments That You Didn't Realize Were Actually Really Messed Up

Cartoons are pretty much a staple for every kid. We all had at least one that we were completely obsessed with, but more often than not, we watched dozens of different shows. The thing is, these cartoons aren't all as innocent as they may have seemed. There were a lot of moments or episodes that actually were a lot more scandalous than what kids our age should have been watching. I mean, technically we didn't notice or understand, but these cartoons found a way to add some really interesting or mature things into these cartoons, sometimes without even mentioning it.

Pop Culture

People Are Claiming Casper Is the Ghost Of Richie Rich And We Cannot Unsee It

When it comes to conspiracy theories about our childhood shows or cartoons, we all tend to get a little defensive. Personally, I find a lot of them to be way too crazy to even give the attention they demand. But lately, one has started popping back up and it's honestly too good to ignore. It involves Casper the Friendly Ghost we all know and love, and his relationship to Richie Rich. You might be thinking, how does a ghost comic from 1939 relate to a comic about a rich boy from 1953? Well, turns out people think they are the