No one has a worst job on The Muppet Show than did Beaker and his sacrifices were necessary to my entertainment. All Hail Beaker!!!Read more
Like many of the classic's from Dr. Suess, though "Cat in the Hat" debuted in the 50's it was still must read 30 years later. That Mike Myers movie never…Read more
I'm almost positive that my body wouldn't react well to eating a box of Nerds today, but at a kid to knocked them back all day every day. When they came out with the super boxes with 2 flavors, I thought Jesus had answered all of my prayers.
Many of you may have no idea with you have a network called "Qubo," but if you do you can catch episodes of She-Ra AND He-Man every night between 12am…Read more
I'm not sure if we can cosign this new Tinker Bell movie, but the original was the best thing about being forced to watch Peter Pan.
To this day I think my hardest cry my life came when Optimus Primed died fighting Megatron. I was hurt!!! I thought life would never be the same lol.
There was nothing better then getting up at the crack of dawn on Saturday morning and happening to catch an episode of The Pink Panther with The Ant and the Aarvark.
Without Wonder Woman, the Justice League just wouldn't have been the same. I was always annoyed they wouldn't import 3 or 4 more Amazon's join. How many Green Lantern's did we need?
"Jem" was a part of my Sunday morning cartoon block after Sunday school from 85-88, along with Heathcliff and The Catillac Cats...easily the most underrated cartoon ever.
Its almost 4 in the morning, and I'm about to stop everything I'm doing to get a bowl of fruit loops. FL's and Apple Jacks have been my Sat morning cartoon breakfast of choice since I was old enough to say "Tucan Sam."
If it wasn't for Sam Jackson's presence in the upcoming "Avengers" movie, I'd be pretty damn worried. I'm going to keep my fingers crossed.
I don't even like chocolate but I understood the trading value of a bag M&Ms. They're every kids favorite candy...and I used that to get copious amounts of Big League Chew.
I can't cosign the versions of Scoody Doo kids get these days (its just wrong!), but the originals can stand up against any cartoon ever created.
As a lifelong fan of chicken, I could always feel Sylvester's pain as he tried day after day to catch Tweety. We all knew it he would never catch him, but I always respected the effort.
Inspector Gadget is one of the greatest creations of the 80s. Penny, Brain, and Inspector Gadget facing off against the evil of The C.L.A.W...pure genius. Kids today don't know what they missed out on.