Codename: Kids Next Door: Operation E.V.A.L.U.A.T.I.O.N.

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.

Kim Possible: “Call Me, Beep Me, and Evaluate Me”

Kim was a great character. She served as a secret agent while balancing her normal teenage life. I also found her wardrobe interesting. She often wore tops that no real school would allow. Well, it’s a cartoon.

Get into “Dexter’s Laboratory” and Check Out These Top 4 Memorable Moments

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”

My “Cartoon Network” Evaluation and Views on How it Evolved

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”

Wubba Lubba Dub-dub! “Rick and Morty” Episodes that Rule!

Unlike many other TV shows, I never watched “Rick and Morty” on live television. I discovered certain moments through YouTube. I enjoyed them and decided to check out the episodes. And here are my favorites… 2: The episode with Tiny Rick Rick switches bodies with a tinier version of himself to go back to highContinue reading “Wubba Lubba Dub-dub! “Rick and Morty” Episodes that Rule!”

I’ll Evaluate, Cause “Phineas and Ferb” Is Gonna Do it All

Airing from 2007 to 2015, Disney Channel’s “Phineas and Ferb” has had a lot of fantastic moments. I discovered it when my brother used to watch it as a young child. I also enjoyed the show.

Let’s Get Digital with This Evaluation of “The Fairly OddParents” Special, “Channel Chasers”

The premise begins 20 years into the future, where Dimsdale has been destroyed. The mysterious guy in the black outfit chases two adults, Chester and AJ. He has to go back in time to stop the evil dictator, Vicky, from ruling the world. The scene switches to modern-day Dimsdale, where Vicky is her usual self.Continue reading “Let’s Get Digital with This Evaluation of “The Fairly OddParents” Special, “Channel Chasers””

“The PowerPuff Girls” Theory: Is King Morbucks Afraid of His Daughter, Princess?

This focuses on the original series of “The PowerPuff Girls”, starting in the 90’s and until 2009. Other adaptations won’t be included since I am not familiar with them, nor do I really want to be. Anyway, for those who’ve watched a big portion or all of the show, we know that Princess Morbucks isContinue reading ““The PowerPuff Girls” Theory: Is King Morbucks Afraid of His Daughter, Princess?”

Beware! It’s My Top Memorable Moments from “The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy”

A skeleton is friends with two children. There is Mandy, who has a dark attitude and hardly ever smiles, despite her blonde hair and pink top. Then there is Billy, who is enthusiastic and silly. This show aired on Cartoon Network for a while in the 2000’s. It was a great show. Now here areContinue reading “Beware! It’s My Top Memorable Moments from “The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy””