00s

12 Shows You Loved To Watch As A Kid, But Have Now Completely Forgotten About

I loved watching television growing up. Really, which kid growing up through the 90s and early 2000s didn't? The times have changed, and so has the television aimed at kids, and not for the better. I'm tired of forcing my kids to watch "educational" shows with little-to-no creativity all of the time. True, it is important to get some information packed in there, but whatever happened to watching shows purely for their entertainment value?Here are 12 shows from the 90s and early 2000s that were a joy to watch growing up, but you have likely forgotten all about them

90s

How A Hip '90s Reboot Of Yogi Bear Helped Kill Saturday Morning Cartoons

Out of all of Hanna-Barbera's classic cartoon characters, none have the incredible staying power of Yogi Bear.Warner BrothersIntroduced in 1958 as a character on The Huckleberry Hound Show, Yogi's pic-a-nic basket-stealing antics have never gone out of style, and odds are his cartoons are still in syndication on one of your local channels. Which is why it can be so surprising to learn that a revamped '90s spin-off starring Yogi helped kill America's Saturday morning cartoon tradition.NBCYo Yogi! ran in NBC's Saturday morning lineup for just 19 episodes in 1991, but it had a huge impact on cartoon

80s

10 Wildly Inappropriate Moments From Your Favorite Childhood Cartoons

As I sit and watch cartoons with my children these days, I notice quite a stark difference between the content now portrayed compared to what I remember watching as a child myself. Illustrators and writers are more aware of what will be deemed inappropriate, and they go to great lengths to avoid anything controversial. It wasn't always this way. Here are 10 times that cartoons from my childhood crossed a line into, "did that just really happen?"1. Rugrats - Tommy and Angelica's head.I am sure that no one drew this up intentionally, in fact, without the screen shot

80s

11 Cartoons We Loved In The 80s That No One Remembers Today

It's funny how nostalgia works: certain TV shows are talked about and fondly remembered to this day, while others are forgotten before they're even finished. We loved watching these 11 cartoons when they first aired in the 1980s, but good luck finding someone who remembers them all!1. BraveStarrBraveStarr and Thirty/Thirty.DenOfGeekThis strange space opera about a pair of lawmen on the New Texas planet was actually a spin-off of the Ghostbusters cartoon. Sheriff BraveStarr and his robo-horse Thirty/Thirty defended the planet from rustlers and outlaws like Stampede and Tex Hex.These days, it's remembered mainly for this