Getting Acquainted with “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids”

I don’t know why, but for some reason, Fat Albert randomly popped into my head. So, I first researched the live-action movie from 2004. The reviews weren’t good, nor did the synopsis on Wikipedia sound appealing.  So, then I researched the cartoon from the 70’s. It sounded exciting as I read about it on Wikipedia. Continue reading “Getting Acquainted with “Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids”

The Best Morals in “South Park”

“South Park” is known for its humor and raunchy content. Some episodes have moments that go too far. However, I enjoy this show a lot. Regardless of the crazy events that happen in the series, I do notice some essential morals that it teaches audiences.  Below are the biggest ones that stand out to me.Continue reading “The Best Morals in “South Park””

The Most Memorable “Beavis and Butthead” Moments For Me

I’ve been aware of this show for many years, but didn’t start watching it until my early 20’s. After all, it was on TV in the 90’s, when I was a baby. Nevertheless, I did see some of the series. These are my favorite and most memorable moments. The time the 2 boys wouldn’t takeContinue reading “The Most Memorable “Beavis and Butthead” Moments For Me”

My Favorite Episodes of “Codename: Kids Next Door”

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””

My Top Unanswered Questions About “The Wild Thornberrys”

As a child, I would watch this on TV. For those who didn’t grow up with this show, it focuses on a girl, named Eliza Thornberry, who travels around with her family via RV. Her special gift is that she can talk to animals. However, she must keep that a secret. Otherwise, she will loseContinue reading “My Top Unanswered Questions About “The Wild Thornberrys””

My Top Unanswered Questions About “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””

Review of “Jimmy’s Neutron’s ‘Attack of the Twonkies’” TV Special (2005)

Jimmy is presenting a holographic model of the planet, Twonkus-3’s orbit around the sun, yet fails to please his classmates. Shortly after, Principal Willoughby announces the grand opening of a library. He even wrote a song for the Lindbergh Elementary School chorus to sing when that time comes. Later, Jimmy visits Twonkus-3 and gathers someContinue reading “Review of “Jimmy’s Neutron’s ‘Attack of the Twonkies’” TV Special (2005)”

My Top Unanswered “Fairly OddParents” Questions

As a long-time fan of “The Fairly OddParents,” particularly as a child, I have picked on a lot of details, from inconsistencies to unrealistic situations, and to various mysteries. Below are some questions that still linger in my head, even as an adult. Why aren’t Timmy’s parents’ first names revealed? While Mrs. Turner’s maiden nameContinue reading “My Top Unanswered “Fairly OddParents” Questions”

It’s “The Powerpuff Girls: Twas the Fight Before Christmas” – Review (2003)

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”.

Review of “Jimmy Timmy Power Hour” (2004)

This becomes a 3-part series, but here, I will only review the first one from 2004. The story begins in the “Fairly OddParents” universe. Everyone in Mr. Crocker’s class has prepared for his or her science project – except for Timmy. Anxious about failing the upcoming science fair, Timmy wishes to enter the greatest labContinue reading “Review of “Jimmy Timmy Power Hour” (2004)”