Triggerbaby - 2008-05-07 Gayer than a Liberace tattoo.
And yet I remember this being one of the better written cartoons of the time: it had a continous, developing storyline.
Harveyjames - 2008-05-07 That was one of those shows in which the first episode featured the main character being separated from his home planet and landing in a magical world full of adventure, which meant I spent the remaining 60 episodes thinking 'BUT WHEN IS HE GOING TO GET BACK TO HIS HOME PLANET??'
See also Time Bandits where I spent the whole movie wondering how the kid's mum and dad were doing.
dead_cat - 2008-05-07 I don't remember this show being nearly as gay as the intro. Now I'm going to have to hunt down some episodes and eviscerate a memory built on childhood naivete.
DrVital - 2008-05-07 This theme song would work equally for a Final Fantasy cartoon.
blase - 2008-05-07 Ladies and gentlemen of the jury, there has been enough evidence presented in the past week to conclude that the Gay Agenda has had a long and firmly entrenched history of brainwashing young children (esp. on Saturday mornings), far beyond even Tinky Winky's test pattern days. It's all so Freudian...
The singer. He is all about being gay for this song. Gayer than a Fire Island Slip N' Slide.
revdrew - 2008-05-07 I don't remember this being quite so gay. Yet, here it is.
Comrade Admiral - 2008-05-07 I can't bring myself to give this a good rating. This show was at the bottom of my 5 year old self's official cartoon hierarchy. I found myself frantically searching for a channel with Ghostbusters, Ninja Turtles or Beetlejuice whenever this came on.