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Desc:A cartoon series from 1993.
Category:Cartoons & Animation, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Crap, penguins, bad cartoons, Avenger
Submitted:Spit Spingola
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Comment count is 14
wow. I will sing that song for the rest of my life.
i have no recollection of this. i'm pretty glad i don't, seems worse than Stunt Dawgs.
"We have complete disregard for your desire to see an entertaining television program. 15 minutes out of the 22 will be devoted to commercials."
Hey kids, fuck you!
I feel good knowing I stopped being a kid watching Saturday morning cartoons WELL BEFORE '93. What torture

This is very, very British.
Okay, here is something about which I can finally say, there's some anime I'd watch over this.
Fucking weeaboo.

Caminante Nocturno
That song is setting a standard that the following cartoon could never hope to even get in sight of.
Cap'n Profan!ty
This is like someone saw one of Tal-Pass's ideas and got it all wrong, and then made a cartoon out of it using very bad animators.
Doctor Frederick Odd
I remember watching this and actually enjoying it when I was younger.
I don't remember much about it, but I do recall that compared to some of the other cartoons that were on Tv this was watchable.
Oh, nice job, England. You go from Danger Mouse and Count Duckula to this shit?

I like that they felt the need to highlight the incredibly uncreative name of their show's fictional city.
Goethe and ernie
Five stars for nostalgia, minus one star for making me realise that I can actually remember the words to the theme tune of a cartoon I watched when I was six, thus forcing me to examine what I've actually achieved in the sixteen years following said cartoon's debut.
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