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An Arabian . . .
05/04/08, 16:58

"Of course! I can't believe I didn't see it before! Dusty, we have to invade Iraq immediately."
Police Academy: Tha Animated Series
05/04/08, 16:54

That's a capital "I" you moron! Now we're going to have to pay for a new logo. Fuck you, Gutenberg.
A Different Dungeons & Dragons Cartoon Intro
05/04/08, 16:50

In typical 80's fashion, none of the heroes or their weapons ever make contact with the monsters.

I remember hating this intro as a kid because at the end I was like "wait! How did they get out of that?"
Teddy Ruxpin meets his soul mate Grubby
05/04/08, 04:18

It was pretty amusing, until you realized that they could only say like three things to each other. Kids, hope you like that song a LOT.
Teddy Ruxpin meets his soul mate Grubby
05/04/08, 04:17

Ruxpin and Grubby had a falling out over a woman (Real Talk Barbie) and haven't spoken in 15 years.

Not that they don't like each other anymore. They haven't spoken because no one's bothered to replace their batteries and also they're in a landfill.
Nutter Butter commerical
05/04/08, 04:12

That way he delivered that last line caused the creepy factor to skyrocket.
Nutter Butter commerical
05/04/08, 04:12

So you're from Nabisco? Are they producing genetic abominations now? Peanutmen with a taste for their own kind?

I certainly hope so.
Mario Teaches Typing 2
05/04/08, 04:09

See, this is why Mario only speaks in brief exclamations in the games. Once he begins forming sentences, he gets creepy.
My favorite maritan cartoon intro
05/04/08, 03:40

Oh, good, they gave them a wacky alien dog. I was worried there for a second.
VENOM Public Service Announcement #2
05/04/08, 03:33

I'm glad he emphasized the word "knocked." I almost didn't get the joke.
VENOM Public Service Announcement #1
05/04/08, 03:31

Why...why would he even be taking a bath at the boss' house? And why is Miles in a bathrobe?
Dungeons And Dragons cartoon Intro
05/03/08, 16:57

Despite this, Eric the complainer saves all their lives in the intro. Fuck yeah, Eric.
Dungeons And Dragons cartoon Intro
05/03/08, 16:56

This is so inaccurate. The Dungeon Master is an ugly repulsive bald guy.
Skeleton Warriors - Intro
05/03/08, 07:09

SUPER FIGHTING ROBOT!

SKELETON WARRIORS!

SUPER FIGHTING ROBOT!

SKELETON WARRIORS!


When I build the world's most super fighting robot I'm naming him Skeleton Warriors. People who point out that you can't use a plural to name one robot will be directed to this link.
Kids in the Hall: Salty Ham
05/03/08, 05:20

There's no hole to stuff.
Kids in the Hall: Effin' Good Ham
05/03/08, 03:33

DAAAAAH I'M IN THE GARAGE
Skeleton Warriors - Intro
05/03/08, 03:20

You'd better believe that CG skull shows up at the start of every damn episode, blathering on about light and darkness like a Livejournal poem.
CNN's Glenn Beck - GRAND THEFT MORALITY
05/02/08, 19:13

So it's been six years since GTA III, and they still can't shut up about killing the hooker. What's especially amazing is that picking up hookers has always been a hidden feature: you have to drive to just the right area and then sit in your car doing nothing for a while, which is something most players aren't inclined to do, so it's tough to stumble upon it by accident.

If it weren't for the media's hysteria over this incredibly minor feature, the vast majority of GTA players wouldn't even know you COULD pick up hookers, let alone kill them. I sure as hell didn't until I heard some Fox News sock puppet chattering about it back in the day.
The Groovie Ghoulies and Friends - Intro
05/02/08, 09:38

Charles Nelson Reilly's Playhouse?

I'd pay real cash dollars to see that show. But only if he sings the "connect the dots" song.
Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kids Intro
05/02/08, 09:33

CARTOON NERD TIME.

HB isn't all bad. It served an important purpose in the early 60's: It killed the myth that animation produced for TV was unfeasible. They did they by severly cutting corners (inventing such tricks as the repeating background) and creating characters whose humor came from dialog more than action (because less action means less animation.) Huckleberry Hound, Yogi Bear, Snagglepuss, etc, were all big successes due more to how cheap they were to produce than their popularity.

Pretty soon the whole industry was following suit. And despite their cheapness, these early HB shows had a wonderful charm to them.

After the Flintstones and the Jetsons ended, though, HB found itself with only one popular show: Scooby-Doo. And so it began.

By the 70's HB had jumped the shark in a truly epic manner and was basically holding the industry back. Sad to think this show was created by the same guys who gave us Tom and Jerry.

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