Your Favourite Childhood Tv Shows

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Well, title says all. What ways your Favourite Childhood Television Show?.
1)Thomas The Tank Engine. Talking Trains that get pissed off at each other, & crash into things frequently =P.

2)Fox's Peterpan & the Pirates. Many of you may not know this, It was a shortlived seris on Peter pan that Fox produced in 1990-1991. They went indepth into all the characters. Instead of the traditional Green Peter Pan, The Peter Pan in this series was Brown and Had a sword on his boot.

3)Sesame Street. Oscar The Grouch, can't beat that, living in a trash can. Wish I was still young when Tickle me Elmos came out :(.

4)Playschool. I watched this when I was really dam young of course, looking back at it now I'd probably laugh at people doing such dam crazy things they'd do =P.

5)Bananna's In PJs. When you think about it now those Bannans made friends with a Purple rat & some bears o_o.
 
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Between The Real Ghostbusters and the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I couldn't ask for much else.

...HOWEVER, there was also Captain N: The Game Master, the Super Mario Bros. cartoon (I think it included brief episodes of a Legend of Zelda cartoon, too), Sesame Street (in my really early childhood), Pirates of Dark Water (or was it "Darkwater"?), the original (and the only good version of) Power Rangers, and, of course, Inspector Gadget! I'm sure there were others; I'll edit on if they come to mind.

EDIT - Cap J's post just reminded me of Transformers. That's another!
 
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For me it was Transformers, Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, Pirates of Darkwater, *shudder*the Highlander cartoon*shudder*, The Real Ghostbusters, Action Force, Captain N (whenever I could catch it which was hardly ever), and other stuff that I can't remember right now.
 
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Majin_You said:
Pirates of Darkwater
I loved that show, if they released it on DVD i'd buy it even now. I never got into Transformers though, I get the feeling I missed out on a major part of my childhood :(

Others include Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, Power Rangers, Ghostbusters, James Bond Jr, Dragon Ball (oh right...'childhood')...I really can't remember any more.

I notice a pattern in these childhood shows;

Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles - Ninjas fighting people.
Power Rangers - Lycra-clad people fighting clay people and aliens.
Ghostbusters - People fighting ghosts.
James Bond Jr - People firing guns at each other.
Dragon Ball - People fighting stuff.
Transformers - Robots fighting robots.
Pirates of Darkwater - Swordfighting, thievery and deceit.

...and here we are o_O
 

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1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (animated)
2. Street Sharks
3. Swat Katz
4. Superman (animated)
5. Batman (animated)
6. WWF
7. Sliders
8. G.I. Joe
9. Night Court
10. Steve Urkel
11. Fresh Prince of Bel Air
12. Looney Toons (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Road Runner, etcetera)
13. Garfield
14. HBO late at night
15. The Hulk (animated)

As you can see, I've had a lot of favorite childhood shows.
 
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Same shows as everyone above posted, but by far my favorite show was Voltron.
 
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MC said:
1. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (animated)
2. Street Sharks
3. Swat Katz
4. Superman (animated)
5. Batman (animated)
6. WWF
7. Sliders
8. G.I. Joe
9. Night Court
10. Steve Urkel
11. Fresh Prince of Bel Air
12. Looney Toons (Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Road Runner, etcetera)
13. Garfield
14. HBO late at night
15. The Hulk (animated)

As you can see, I've had a lot of favorite childhood shows.
swat katz was the **** dude
 
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Heh
Swat Katz
Originall TMNT
The 90s Spiderman(That was the **** and you knew it)
Batman (Animated): A Masterpiece of modern TV
Superman (animated): Read above.
G.I.Joe
X-****ing-Men.
 
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yea batman was pretty cool now that i think about it. spider man had its times, and xmen was pretty good, even though i barely ever watched it.
 
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-younger-
Mr. Rogers
Barney
Sesame Street
-older-
Scooby doo
Tom and Jerry [still love watching that show]
Power Rangers [my biggest childhood phase]
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Casper the friendly ghost [older show]
-a bit later on-
Pokemon
Batman Beyond
Spiderman [old corney series]
Superman [show the n64 game was based off of]
Dragonballz
 
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Man, X-Men was like it was ripped straight from the comicbooks. Thats how badass it was.
 
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TMNT, Ronin Warriors, X-Men, DB/DBZ

I didn't watch a lot of TV... was too busy playing Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo.
 
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X-Men
TMNT
Power Rangers
Star Trek: TNG

...but mostly I played my Super Nintendo.
 
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Thunder cats, Transformers, X-Men, Sam n Max Freelance Police, Iron Man, Spiderman, Power rangers, Samurai Pizza Cats, Swat cats.
 
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Wait, there was a Sam & Max cartoon? o_O

I know the game's based on the comic, but I never knew there was a cartoon of it.

Anyway..

-SWAT Kats
-Power Rangers
-Turtles
-The Smurfs o/
-The Transformers
-X-Men
-Iron Man
-Spider Man
-Batman
-Batman of the Future
-Samurai Pizza Cats
-Captain N
-The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! o/
-That Zelda cartoon ;o
-James Bond Jr.
-Ghost Busters

Man, that's a lot of pwnage.
 
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What I'm really surprised is that everyone failed to mention


Ren and Stimpy
 
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Oh yes, Kain, oh yes oh yes...

In that case, chalk up Rocko's Modern Life too. Those two programs scarred my childhood.
 
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Ho****, I forgot Ren & Stimpy.

o_O I shall not live.

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O: omfg, of course! I remember the last two, but I don't remember Bolke. What was it about? o:
 

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