70s

10 Episodes From Your Favorite Shows That Were Too 'Offensive' For Re-Runs

Making TV shows isn't all Hollywood glamour and celebrities. Sometimes there are important discussions that need to happen regarding what's allowed on the network, what should be discussed, and what is worth the risk. This becomes extra complicated when you are making television shows for kids. There are surprising number of kids' shows that ended up getting some episodes banned. Shows you would NEVER suspect, like Sesame Street or Mister Rogers. GiphyHere are just some of the episodes of your favorite kids' shows that you have never seen because they were deemed too inappropriate for kids. Mister Rogers' Neighborhood -

90s

It's Time For Animaniacs - Again! That's Right, They Are Coming Back!

If you grew up in the 90s, there is no doubt that you remember Animaniacs. It was one of the best cartoons on television by far, and apparently they are coming back. That's right, Yakko, Wakko and Dot are currently in talks to return to TV with brand new episodes. Even the one and only Steven Spielberg (the original producer) is involved and helping this new reboot along. They are still in the early stages and don't even have a network to call home yet, but there is a good chance that it will be back soon. Apparently there was

90s

17 Times Dexter Was The Most Relatable Cartoon Character On TV

Watching Dexter's Laboratory was one of the highlights of our childhoods. He was a genius scientist (sort of) who was constantly being irritated by his sister. Kids everywhere related to the annoying sibling dynamic and we just couldn't get enough. Watching the show really made us wish we could have a cool secret lab in our closets. At least there was always Dexter, our relatable hero (sort of) who wanted nothing more than to enjoy his scientific creations. Not only did he create some awesome stuff, but he was also super relatable. Dexter is one of the best cartoon characters

90s

13 Times We All Related To The Cartoon Beetlejuice More Than We Wanted To

The Beetlejuice movie was such a classic it's hard to top it. Michael Keaton was just unbelievable as the titular character and while it was hard to top him, the cartoon version found a new spin on him that was just as good. The cartoon was the favorite of so many kids, thanks to its goofy, wacky and at times dark humor that was all inspired by the Tim Burton hit. Beetlejuice in this show was just as bizarre as the original, but now he didn't have to worry about a human body and CGI problems, everything was animated and

90s

They Gave Rainbow Brite A Makeover And I Don't Know How To Feel About It

Rainbow Brite was an amazing cartoon that originated back in the 80s and was hugely popular. Her colorful friends and magical companions helped her bring light and happiness to everyone in Rainbow Land. HallmarkShe had two main companions that kept her company through all of her adventures. One was her rainbow-haired horse was named Starlite who often referred to himself as "the most magnificent horse in the universe" and could gallop on rainbows. The other was Twink, her person sprite. He is the only white sprite and is in charge of all the others and acts a little bit manic

Retro

"Yep!" King Of The Hill Is 20 Years Old

If America's favorite yellow family wasn't your thing back in the 90s, you were probably watching King of the Hill instead. The adventures of Hank Hill, the low-energy propane and propane accessories salesman from Arlen, Texas were a big hit, and from 1997-98 the show even got higher ratings than the Simpsons. If it feels like the show was just ended, you're not wrong! The show's fans kept the Rainey Street gang on the air for an incredible 13 seasons - that's 259 episodes! King of the Hill was on the air as recently as 2010, and of course it