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Desc:Too educational for 73Q.
Category:Classic TV Clips, Educational
Tags:Animaniacs, presidents, William Tell Overture, William Tell
Submitted:BiggerJ
Date:04/28/17
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Raggamuffin - 2017-04-28
I have a family member who used this song in middle school to memorize all presidents.
gravelstudios - 2017-04-28
I have to be honest, I never really got animaniacs. It's probably because I was a little too old when It was on TV. It seems like people my age remember it very fondly, but I just don't really understand.
Bort - 2017-04-28
It was generally pretty shit, with a lot of trying too hard to be wacky.

It did give us "Pinky and the Brain", though, so that's a good thing.

freedoom - 2017-04-28
It has a lot of good bits but as an adult i haven't felt the need to re-watch it like i have with some other shows from my childhood. ExoSquad holds up amazingly well. First Saturday morning cartoon i can remember that actually had an overarching story.

Nominal - 2017-04-29
Yup, Pink and the Brain was the only worthwhile one.

An especial "fuck you" to Goodfeathers. Take one scene from an ultra violent mob movie that no kid would recognize, and stretch it out into an ongoing series of skits?

gravelstudios - 2017-04-29
I loved Tiny Toon adventures, and I still think it holds up well, Much better than Animaniacs. Bort, you're right, it was trying too hard.

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