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Desc:Macaulay Culkin had his own cartoon once, and it was horrible.
Category:Cartoons & Animation
Tags:Saturday Morning Cartoons, of course theres a cartoon, horrible cartoons week, macaulay culkin
Submitted:Caminante Nocturno
Date:05/10/08
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snothouse
Someone unleash the bees.

RandomFerret
What?? What the HELL??
Where did the 'Yo, Baby!" guy come from? Whose idea was that?
Xenocide
Painful to endure. I like how they've got all the kid-show stereotypes covered, though -- annoying little sister, black best friend, hapless bully. I guess you can't expect any actual effort out of an animator when his assignment is "make up something we can stick the kid from Home Alone in."


Mike Tyson?!
Yo baby indeed.
Corman's Inferno
USA Network was, by far, the worst Saturday morning line-up in the history of television. It's an indication you're doing something wrong when Sailor Moon is the best, most entertaining show on your schedule.
dementomstie
But this wasn't USA Network, I remember this being on ABC or CBS it was a big deal at the time since it starred the voice of Macaulay Culkin. I think it premiered the same year as "Where's Waldo" which was also a big deal because Waldo was a big deal at the time.

Corman's Inferno
Wow. That means that USA not only had the worst original programming, they bought the worst leftovers from the other networks.

Caminante Nocturno
Sailor Moon rules.

Sudan no1
needs the "of course there's a cartoon" tag.
dementomstie
This is the first cartoon that I remember actively thinking "this is terrible". It would probably have an "E-I" tag today because every episode tried to teach a lesson. Like Kevin would wish that he had a million clones so he could goof off and one of his clones would do his homework, but none of them wanted to do homework either so he had to not only solve the wacky problem of having a million clones but also do his homework.
Or he'd wish that he was bigger than the bully so he'd become a big kid and would pick on the bully and become a bully and realize that he'd become what he hated.
Or he'd wish to meet aliens and "To Serve Man" was a cookbook!
Rodents of Unusual Size
Too bad he didn't wish for a dad that wasn't crazy.
klingerbgoode
The New Adventures of the Makeawish Foundation
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