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#233 - anon
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(05/10/2013) [-]
Regular Show is still a very good show. Season 1 and 2 have some of the best Cartoon Network episodes of all time. The best thing about CN these days
#222 - rdangerdash ONLINE
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(05/10/2013) [-]
Anyone here ever heard of the internet? I should hope so becasue you are on it. And guess what; they have pretty much every episode of every show. No need to miss them. They haven't been completely wiped from existence or anything.
#235 to #222 - konradkurze
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yeah but not everyone can get the internet, and a few dont want it
#238 to #235 - rdangerdash ONLINE
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Yeah, but I was addressing the people of this website, all of whom I am 100% certain have internet.
#239 to #238 - konradkurze
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#220 - noodlelover
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I miss waking up early or going to bed late which late back then was like 11 or 12 and watching like Time squad, or that weird show about the heroes like the rip off of Cap america and the rip off of Hulk and that guitar guy, and that show about the robot...melvin or some ****, ed edd and eddy, PPG, samurai jack, all of ******* boomerang, captain planet, Looney tunes all that ****
I miss waking up early or going to bed late which late back then was like 11 or 12 and watching like Time squad, or that weird show about the heroes like the rip off of Cap america and the rip off of Hulk and that guitar guy, and that show about the robot...melvin or some ****, ed edd and eddy, PPG, samurai jack, all of ******* boomerang, captain planet, Looney tunes all that ****
#212 - lordfuckerslives
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(05/10/2013) [-]
Courage, The Cowardly Dog, edd edd & eddy, Dexter's Lab, and Samurai Jack, are awesome shows.
those cartoons made my childhood awesome... too bad CN will never be the same...
#195 - anon
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(05/10/2013) [-]
they all moved to boomerang
#193 - henryfordthegod
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(05/10/2013) [-]
Well we must still see if the 2010's can replace the awful 2000's to restore the 90's
#173 - rainfire
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(05/10/2013) [-]
I always thought it was awesome how they sat by different people from different shows.
#164 - anon
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(05/10/2013) [-]
Got to love the fact that Daphne is right next to Fred, I mean just look where their eyes are.
#156 - mrhazzy ONLINE
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(05/10/2013) [-]
Animators got lazy...
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#143 - xchain
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(05/10/2013) [-]
I may not be a 90's kid.. But I remember watching a heck of a lot of those cartoons on Cartoon Network. I miss all of those shows, where they were actually good. The only show on the current Cartoon Network that I'm not angry with is Adventure Time.
#134 - queefquizzler
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When I was little I was the only kid in my class that didn't like Ed, Edd, and Eddie.  I thought it was dumb (still do) I hated how the lines kept moving even when they stood still.  I was a teen titans, The grim Adv. of B&M, Invader Zim, and DBZ person.   
   
   
Sorry for putting my opinion on the internet, I'll accept your red thumbs
When I was little I was the only kid in my class that didn't like Ed, Edd, and Eddie. I thought it was dumb (still do) I hated how the lines kept moving even when they stood still. I was a teen titans, The grim Adv. of B&M, Invader Zim, and DBZ person.


Sorry for putting my opinion on the internet, I'll accept your red thumbs
#127 - sinonyx
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(05/10/2013) [-]
and all of it's practically meant to be watched high
#82 - ohemgeezus ONLINE
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(05/10/2013) [-]
It's so funny how posts like this cause so much butthurt and fights.
#106 to #82 - urbemarmis
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its not butthurt. its more outrage. to me butthurt is just what douche bags use to describe someone who has a valid point and a reason to be mad. im not gonna lie ive used the term before, but its more in trolling attempts rather than a serious argument
#75 - anonymousattorney
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(05/10/2013) [-]
I think they miss it, too.
#67 - slowbroking
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(05/09/2013) [-]
I don't exactly have a huge problem with most newer Cartoon Network shows. Lets face it; If we were 8 we'd watch them. However, I do agree that most of our stuff was better just based on comedy and just pure awesomeness. The only problem I have is that back in the late 90s/early 2000s, older shows were normal parts of the line-up. You'd get an episode of Ed, Edd, N' Eddy followed by the Flinstones which would be followed by Courage which would be followed by the Jetsons or something. Now, the basic formula goes Gumball, Johnny Test, Annoying Orange (One of the shows that I think is a god damn abomination), and Adventure Time (The only one I find on the same level or perhaps better than our stuff). Theres no variety anymore. Thats my huge problem. If I could turn CN on at 4 and watch an episode of Dexters Lab or something, I would. Just like how my older brother would watch the Flinstones back in the early 2000s every now and again.
#65 - crazyish
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Why the **** is Shaggy not sitting with Scooby? I miss these shows, but I will admit that I've watch Regular Show a few times with my niece and it is pretty funny at times, because it drops those subtle references and innuendos that the 90's cartoons used to.
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#21 - ThpiderMan
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Don't know if anyone pointed this out yet, but the 2002 CN has a lot of really old cartoons that could rightly still be on the 2012 side. All the looney toons for example, and hell, why does 2002 lay claim to the ******* flintstones?

This is pretty misleading is all I'm saying.
#7 - anon
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(05/09/2013) [-]
well it seems that cartoons are not as profitable as they were before so less people invest in producing more content or something.
#6 - kikekicker
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(05/09/2013) [-]
Pander harder.