This was one of my favorite shows on Cartoon Network as a child… up until a certain point. But when the global pandemic hit in March 2020, I experienced regression as a way to relieve stress. For me, that was to regain interest in some of my favorite childhood TV programs – starting with “Codename:Continue reading “My Favorite Episodes of “Codename: Kids Next Door””
I enjoyed this show as a child up to a certain point. However, I have heard that the later episodes toward the end of the later seasons got weirder. I reunited with this show at the beginning of the global pandemic in the spring of 2020. I heard that a certain level of stress canContinue reading “My Top Unanswered Questions About “Codename: Kids Next Door””
Townsville is getting ready for Christmas, which is in two days. The children at the PowerPuff girls’ school, including the girls themselves, are getting into the Christmas spirit. Princess Morbucks is her usual spoiled self. The PowerPuff girls put her down for all the terrible things she’s done. Princess Morbucks gets angry and asks her servants if they think she’s naughty. But they won’t answer. Desperate for her wish to become a powerpuff girl, Princess Morbucks sneaks into the north pole and discovers that she is on the naughty list. And she’s the only one. So she alters the list titles, making herself “nice” and everyone else “naughty”.
Anyone who grew up in the 90’s or 00’s might have remembered a show on Cartoon Network called “The PowerPuff Girls”. I was especially a huge fan of that show in 2nd grade. But that’s another story. Anyway, those who watched the show all know the premise. Professor Utunium mixed three ingredients (sugar, spice, and everythingContinue reading “PowerPuff Girls Theory: Was Their US History Different from Ours?”
As children in different stages of our youth (early childhood, grade school age, and adolescence) we all had different tastes in different pop culture and entertainment. When we were babies and small children, about ages 3 – 5*, we loved pretty much the same movies and TV shows, such as “Barney and Friends”, “Sesame Street”, Teletubbies” and “Blue’s Clues”. And as we got older, by around 6, our tastes split up as we discovered our personalities and differences.
The Cartoon Network program, Codename: Kids Next Door, premiered in 2002, when I started fourth grade. It consisted of 5 children who lived in a huge treehouse (there were other KND homes, as well) who would go on missions and fight against adults. I would recommend knowing, at least, the main and major characters before reading further.
Ah, the early 2000’s Cartoon Network ruled. For me, those were the golden days. And one of those golden-era shows was “Dexter’s Laboratory”. If you recall the premise, it focused on a young boy genius who had a secret lab with so many high-tech gadgets, machines, and more. But his annoying older sister, Deedee, entersContinue reading “Get into “Dexter’s Laboratory” and Check Out These Top 4 Memorable Moments”
If you were born in the early 90’s or before that, you probably remember these features of Cartoon Network, such as Cartoon, Cartoon Fridays, Cartoon Theater, Toonami, and possibly Toonheads Trivia. You may also recall when the logo spelled out the whole network name instead of just “CN”. For me, Cartoon Network was at itsContinue reading “My “Cartoon Network” Evaluation and Views on How it Evolved”
This show was my biggest favorite when I was 7. There’s a reboot now, but I like the old series better. I have not seen much of the series in years, except for the Christmas special. But it’s off-season. Anyway, these are the top 3 memorable episodes of “The PowerPuff Girls”. This does not includeContinue reading “Here They Come Just in Time: “The PowerPuff Girls” Top 4 Memorable Episodes”