Thread: Kids tv blocks that you really miss

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    • 9 years 9 months ago
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    The Dino-power Hour on USA
    Snick
    Nick in the Afternoon
    Kids WB
    Fox Kids
    The Basement on Fox Family
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    I don't miss this one, but I remember it and no one's mentioned it yet: "The Comic Strip". I think it was not very good. It had Karate Cat and three other cartoons that I don't remember. In fact the only thing I do remember, is that I would rather be watching that than be at soccer practice, hahaha

    The internet lets me find out the other three were Tigersharks, Street Frogs, and Mini-Monsters.
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    Although it is technically still on, I miss PBS Kids. I mean the old-school type with the P-Pals logo. All of the shows it had were fun and entertaining and there was a huge variety of shows but they all taught you something or other.
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    I really miss that One Saturday Morning show.
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    I also miss One Saturday Morning as well. It was pretty much the only reason to be up at 8:00 in the morning on Saturday! That and Kids WB! But when I was young I would watch Kids WB! on Weekday afternoons and only watch One Saturday Morining on Saturday except for Pokemon.
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    The old Saturday morning lineup was pretty great--I loved it back then.

    Anyone remember "Bump in The Night", a cool little clay-mation show that used to air on Saturday mornings?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PaQ27Hu8ix0

    and my FAVORITE was "The Bugs Bunny And Tweety" show--20 years later and I still remember the theme!

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CoO9wJRSXk0&feature=related


    I also remember really liking the Saturday morning bumpers, as well>>>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0vI0UcUxzrQ
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    There was a local TV station in the 90s where two SatAM hosts sometimes showed Disneyland Paris.
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    USA Cartoon Express...Snick/Nickelodeon
    ...WB kids...Saturday mornin cartoons...
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    I don't know what the blocks were called but I miss the 90s cartoons from Toon Disney:Aladdin the series, 101 Dalmations the series, Little Mermaid the series, Timon and Puumba,etc. and Nick 90s cartoons: Hey Arnold, Wild Thornberries, Doug, Rocket Power, As Told by Ginger, My Life As A Teenage Robot, etc. Disney's old TV block:That's So Raven, Lizzie Mcguire, Even Stevens,etc. And also the old PBS with Wishbone,Arthur, Zooboomafoo,Sagwa,Caliou,etc.
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    I miss TGIFriday..but that may be more 90's and definately Saturday morning cartoons!
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    Quote by caninesrock
    I don't know what the blocks were called but I miss the 90s cartoons from Toon Disney:Aladdin the series, 101 Dalmations the series, Little Mermaid the series, Timon and Puumba,etc. and Nick 90s cartoons: Hey Arnold, Wild Thornberries, Doug, Rocket Power, As Told by Ginger, My Life As A Teenage Robot, etc. Disney's old TV block:That's So Raven, Lizzie Mcguire, Even Stevens,etc. And also the old PBS with Wishbone,Arthur, Zooboomafoo,Sagwa,Caliou,etc.


    The newer PBS had Arthur and Caillou if I'm not sure.
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    • 1 year 22 days ago
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    I really miss The Disney Afternoon as well as Kids WB, Fox Kids, whatever TBS and TNT cartoon programming blocks were called, USA Cartoon Express, Action Extreme Team, Amazin' Adventures, SNICK, Nick in the Afternoon, Nick Jr. during the 90s, and Cartoon Cartoon Fridays.
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    I was in my thirties when I would watch it, but Toonami. I loved that son of a bitch TOM and his adventures.
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    • 6 months 16 days ago
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    Toonami, yes! I had a crush on TOM (back when he was TOM 2), and also Swayzak from the Trapped in Hyperspace event. I wanted to be like Sara so freaking bad. I started watching Toonami in March or April 2002, everything before that (like the full version of the Midnight Run special edition) I saw via my parents' VHS tapes.
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    Cartoon Planet on CN, the 2012 version. That was not only my first time seeing Courage (one of my favorite cartoons), it was my introduction to the Space Ghost universe which I would later explore further when I got into Toonami in 2016.
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    • 2 months 22 days ago
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    Everyday after school:

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    Force Five
    Star Blazers
    Lost in Space
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    • 2 months 21 days ago
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    Aside from a lot that was already mentioned:

    FAM TV (Anyone remember this one from the old school early 90s Family Channel before it became Fox Family/ABC Family/Freeform?)
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    Quote by kiddy2468
    TYV's The Zone now that was the greatest. I remember watching Power Rangers back in the second grade and then in the third grade it was removed from YTV. I was told there were complaints that the the show was too violent.


    YES YES YTV!!!! From Canada?


    I agree. Linda Harris refused to show Power Rangers in Elementary School so they decided to watch Tiny Toon Adventures instead.
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    Quote by GirlCrazy99
    Quote by caninesrock
    I don't know what the blocks were called but I miss the 90s cartoons from Toon Disney:Aladdin the series, 101 Dalmations the series, Little Mermaid the series, Timon and Puumba,etc. and Nick 90s cartoons: Hey Arnold, Wild Thornberries, Doug, Rocket Power, As Told by Ginger, My Life As A Teenage Robot, etc. Disney's old TV block:That's So Raven, Lizzie Mcguire, Even Stevens,etc. And also the old PBS with Wishbone,Arthur, Zooboomafoo,Sagwa,Caliou,etc.


    The newer PBS had Arthur and Caillou if I'm not sure.


    Exactly. As much as SciGirls and Plum Landing.
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