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MattEmAngel
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CARTOONS FROM THE '90s-'00
Cartoon Network
Toonami
Boomerang
Nickelodeon
Disney

Teen Titans
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Johnny Bravo
Johnny Test
Kim Possible
Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends
Ed Edd and Eddy
Courage the Cowardly Dog
Totally Spies
Dexter's Lab
Powerpuff Girls
MEGAS XLR
Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Scooby Doo
What's New, Scooby Doo?
Fillmore!
Ben 10
Recess
Codename: Kids Next Door
Rugrats
The Wild Thornberries
Fairly Oddparents
Jackie Chan Adventures
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Sonic X
Sailor Moon
Xiaolin Showdown
Danny Phantom
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Samurai Jack
Hey Arnold
Doug
Catdog
Spongebob Squarepants
The Flintstones
The Jetsons
Yogi Bear
Batman Beyond
Mobile Suit Gundam Wing
Ultimate Muscle
Fighting Foodons
Medabots
(early) Yu-Gi-Oh
(early) Dragon Ball Z
Zoids
Cow and Chicken
The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
Invader Zim
My Life as a Teenage Robot (#50)
Mucha Lucha
Rocket Power
Code Lyoko
Chaotix
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog
Men in Black: the Series
The Boondocks (Adult Swim)
(early) Pokemon
Digimon
Megaman: NT Warrior
Pinky and The Brain
Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century
One Piece
George Shrinks
Buzz Lightyear
Tarzan
Static Shock
Sagwa the Siamese Chinese Cat
Beyblade
Kirby: Right Back At Ya!
Animaniacs
Justice League
Rescue Heroes
Alvin and the Chipmunks
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends
Weekenders
Jumanji
Lloyd
Eon Kid
Cyberspace
Sabrina the Teenage Witch

Tom and Jerry (#83)
[+anything from Looney Tunes]

Bring back any memories?

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MattEmAngel
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Isn't it amazing that there were (including other suggested cartoons) somewhere around 100 different animated cartoons within a decade? Saturday mornings were literally nothing but cartoons. Now everyone just talks about anime and movie sequels. Kind of depressing.

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Back when there was no profanity, "adult themes" or excessive bloodshed, the bad guys always lost, the jokes were clean, flashbacks weren't used as filler and "to be continued" was the most brutal ending possible.

Now we're all fighting over kids playing Grand Theft Auto V.

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any one watch 3 Friends & Jerry? i remember that being on at like 6am haha

also, does any one remember a cartoon bout a kid named Earl who had some sorta 'gameboy looking' device that used to take to school and it would take him on adventures?

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Teen Titans
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
Johnny Bravo
Johnny Test
Kim Possible
Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends
Ed Edd and Eddy
Courage the Cowardly Dog
Totally Spies
Dexter's Lab
Powerpuff Girls
Scooby Doo
What's New, Scooby Doo?
Ben 10
Recess
Codename: Kids Next Door
Rugrats
The Wild Thornberries
Fairly Oddparents
Jackie Chan Adventures
Clifford the Big Red Dog
Danny Phantom
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Samurai Jack
Hey Arnold
Doug
Catdog
Spongebob Squarepants
The Flintstones
The Jetsons
Yogi Bear
Batman Beyond
Cow and Chicken
The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
Invader Zim
My Life as a Teenage Robot (#50)
Rocket Power
Pinky and the Brain
Animaniacs
Justice League
Rescue Heroes
The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle and Friends
Weekenders
Tom and Jerry (#83)
[+anything from Looney Tunes]
making this made me realize i watch too much tv

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Sonic X was my favorite anime when i watched it back in the day. It used to have reruns but I can't find the show anymore

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The Simpsons and South Park, that is if I remember South Park correctly.

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Down Wit Droopy D was one of my favorite shows. I remember staying up late so that I could watch it. For some reason they aired it around 1-3 in the morning. The intro was very catchy.

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[url=http://youtu.be/pjCXMoaTlXo]
Hopefully I did this right, posting the link for the intro to Down Wit Droopy D.

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This list includes the ones I've seen (mostly). Gee, I've spent a lotta time watching dat television as a kid/a bit older than that. And I still continue to search new series (I haven't found anything new for now, I'm just trying to search some film every now and then).

They also include small comments.

Teen Titans - Yes
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius - Yes
Johnny Bravo - A bit? I do know that character, though...
Johnny Test - Err... Maybe?
Kim Possible - Definitely.
Fosters Home for Imaginary Friends - Yup.
Ed Edd and Eddy - Yes.
Courage the Cowardly Dog - Slightly.
Dexter's Lab - Yaaaaaaay!
Powerpuff Girls - Another yaaaaaaay!
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - A teeny tiny bit.
Scooby Doo - Scooby Doo-by-doo, where are you?
What's New, Scooby Doo? - Umm. I wouldn't count on me seeing this one. Maybe I've seen a bit of them both...?
Fillmore! - Maybe?
Ben 10 - Yup.
Recess - ?
Codename: Kids Next Door - 'Twas one of my favourites.
Fairly Oddparents - Yes.
Sailor Moon - Yes.
Danny Phantom - This was also one of my favourites! I do think that PPG or Dexter's Lab was my favourite.
Avatar: The Last Airbender - Yeeeeeessssh!
Samurai Jack - Yup.
Hey Arnold - ...
Catdog - Not so sure.
Spongebob Squarepants - Yesh.
The Flintstones - A teeny tiny bit.
Batman Beyond - Yesh. I loved the way the Penguin looked in this one

And a bunch of others! It's just that the comment limit is coming straight at me... .__.'

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@KawaiiRion
To refresh your memory, or if you just don't live in the US, Recess was a show about a group of friends dealing with the usual schoolyard nonsense every kid takes so seriously at recess. It was well written and easy to relate with for kids of the time.

Fillmore was a sadly shot-lived crime drama that involved an unusually serious hall monitor (basically a black version of Numbah 1 from Codename: Kids Next Door) figuring out which kids broke the rules and need to be sent to detention.

Catdog you would remember. It was set in a world where there are no humans, only sentient animals, and the titular characters were a cat and a dog conjoined at the waist with no lower body. Nickelodeon really knew how to pump out the weird back then.

Johnny Test isn't really 90s. It premiered in 2005, but borrows heavily from Dexter's lab and The Adventures of Jimmy Newtron with a little Fairly Odd Parents thrown in. It can kill a few hours if you're really bored but it's not great.

And I think you're remembering the wrong Batman series. I've seen every episode of Batman Beyond and Penguin isn't in any of them as far as I remember.

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@Ishtaron

I just re-checked, I've never seen Batman Beyond, it was The Batman (Made during the 2000's) and Batman: The Animated Series (which I think was made during the 90's). I did saw Recess, too but maybe it just wasn't one of the best ones for me :P

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theres only about 5 or so on that list i never seen. **** thining about those shows brings back some good memories, and to be honest im about to turn 21 and i still enjoy alot of those cartoons that are aimed at the younger children. i wish cartoons were like those still but now we got stuff like "uncle grandpa" ...smh

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Powerpuff Girls
Rugrats
Yogi Bear
Clifford The Big Red Dog
Tarzan
Cyberspace
Alvin and The Chipmunks
Scooby Doo
What's New, Scooby Doo?

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