Monday, December 26, 2011

The Cartoon Historian Lesson 31: Spongebob Squarepants

Welcome to The Cartoon Historian. It's been a while since I did one of these,huh?.

Mina: Yup. Hope you're not rusty.

I hope not either. Anyway,today we will be taking a look at Spongebob Squarepants.

*The Cartoon Historian Theme Plays*

SpongeBob SquarePants (often referred to simply as SpongeBob) was created by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg. Much of the series centers on the exploits and adventures of the Lovable Guy and his various friends in the underwater city of Bikini Bottom.

Mina: The series' popularity has prompted the release of a media franchise, contributing to its position as Nickelodeon's highest rated show. As of 2011, SpongeBob SquarePants is the only Nicktoon from the 1990s that hasn't ended yet. It's also known for being one of Nickelodeon's longest running TV shows.

Much of the series' events take place in Bikini Bottom, an underwater city located in the Pacific Ocean beneath the real life tropical isle of Bikini Atoll. Stephen Hillenburg has stated that much of Bikini Bottom was based on the city of Seattle.

Much of this seems to be true,however,despite implications of the city's location as well as analogies to real life, Hillenburg has stated that he wishes to leave the city isolated from the real world, explaining the Baywatch parody scene from The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie as simply a reference to his favorite show of all time.

Mina: So..he's a Baywatch fan.

The citizens of Bikini Bottom live in mostly aquatic-themed buildings, and use "boatmobiles" as a mode of transportation.

Each episode of SpongeBob SquarePants is self-contained, with references to previous episodes being rare. Episodes have ended with the entire town being destroyed, the entire cast being harmed, or other catastrophic events, only for everything to return to normal the next episode without any mention of what happened before.

Mina: The Magic Reset Button,ladies and gentlemen.

SpongeBob SquarePants is an energetic and optimistic young sea sponge (although his appearance more closely resembles a household sponge) who lives in a pineapple under the sea with his pet snail, Gary, who meows like a cat. Although,the characters have shown an ability to understand him.

Mina: Fun fact: Apparently,In the Show,Snails are the equivelent to Cats. This seems to be the case in the episodes where other snails are present.

Anyway,Living two houses down from SpongeBob is his best friend, Patrick Star, a dim-witted yet friendly pink seastar who lives under a rock. Even despite his "Mental Setbacks",Patrick still sees himself as intelligent.

SpongeBob's next-door neighbor and co-worker is Squidward Tentacles, an arrogant and ill-tempered squid who lives in an Easter Island moai. He dislikes his neighbors (especially SpongeBob) for their child-like behavior. He enjoys playing the clarinet and painting self-portraits, but hates his job working at the Krusty Krab.

Another close friend of SpongeBob's is Sandy Cheeks, a squirrel from Texas. Sandy is an expert at karate and lives in an underwater tree dome. When not inside her tree dome, she wears an astronaut-like suit because she cannot breathe underwater.

Eugene Krabs is SpongeBob and Squidward's employer and is a former officer cadet for the Bikini Bottom Navy force. He's a miserly crab obsessed with money and the owner of the Krusty Krab restaurant. Mr. Krabs has a whale daughter, Pearl, who is a teenage cheerleader.

Mina: The reason why Mr. Krabs' daughter is a whale is unknown. And it's best left untold.


Mr. Krabs’ archenemy is Sheldon Plankton, a small green copepod who owns a low-rank fast-food restaurant called the Chum Bucket across the street from the Krusty Krab.

Plankton spends most of his time planning to steal the recipe for Mr. Krabs's popular Krabby Patty burgers to obtain success (occasionally with the assistance of his computer wife, Karen),though his schemes always end in failure.

Mina: I like Plankton,he's entertaining. And he kinda sounds like a cartoony verion of Perfect Cell from DBZ.

And Now,The show's backstory.

Creator Stephen Hillenburg initially conceived SpongeBob SquarePants in 1984, while he was teaching and studying marine biology at what is now the Orange County Ocean Institute.

During this period, Hillenburg became fascinated with animation,and created a comic book entitled "The Intertidal Zone" starring various anthropomorphic forms of sea life. Many of these characters would evolve into the various SpongeBob SquarePants characters. "Bob the Sponge",who was the co-host of the comic,would become Spongebob himself. However,Bob resembled an actual sea sponge,as opposed to SpongeBob who resembles a household one.

In 1987, Hillenburg left the institute to pursue his dream of becoming an animator, and began to envision the possible concept of a project involving anthropomorphic sea life,drawing several rough sketches.

In 1992, Hillenburg attended the California Institute of the Arts to study animation,having been accepted into the institute by Jules Engel,who was impressed with Hillenburg's previous work.

While attending the animation school,Hillenburg received a job on the children's TV series 'Mother Goose & Grimm',and worked on the series from 1991 to 1993. When attending the California Institute of the Arts, he made a thesis film entitled 'Wormholes',which was funded by the Princess Grace Foundation and was later displayed at various animation festivals.

In 1993, Hillenburg graduated from the institute,earning a Master degree in Fine Arts in experimental animation. In 1995,Joe Murray,creator of Rocko's Modern Life, met Hillenburg at an animation festival,and offered him a job as a director of the series.

Mina: Coolio,so he was involved in onother Nicktoon,not just Spongebob.

Apparently so,Anyway Hillenburg joined the Nickelodeon animated series as a writer, producer,and storyboard artist during the series' third season. He continued his positions for most of the fourth season.

The third season episode "Fish-N-Chumps" (November 12, 1995) was directed by Hillenburg,and involved Rocko,Heffer,and Filburt going on a fishing trip, oblivious to the fact that a pair anthropomorphic fish are attempting to catch them from underwater.

While working on Rocko's Modern Life,Hillenburg became friends with Tom Kenny. He also became friends with Mr. Lawrence and Paul Tibbitt,who would later be involved with the Show.

Rocko's Modern Life ended in 1996. Shortly following this,Hillenburg began working on SpongeBob SquarePants,teaming up with several Nickelodeon veterans and Rocko crew members. To voice the character of SpongeBob,Hillenburg approached Tom Kenny,who had worked with him on Rocko's Modern Life.

Mina: Originally, SpongeBob was to be named SpongeBoy,but this name was already in use. This was discovered after voice acting for the original seven minute pilot was recorded in 1997. The Nickelodeon legal department discovered that the name was already in use for a mop product. Never heard of it.

Mina: Upon finding this out,Hillenburg decided that the character's name still had to contain "Sponge" so viewers wouldn't mistake the character for a "Cheese Man." *laugh* "Cheese Man". He does kinda resemble a block of chese doesn't he?

Anyway,Hillenburg decided to use the name "SpongeBob." He chose "SquarePants" as a family name as it referred to the character's square shape and "had a nice ring to it". I think so too.

While pitching the cartoon to Nickelodeon executives,Hillenburg donned a Hawaiian shirt, brought along an “underwater terrarium with models of the characters”,and some Hawaiian music to set the theme. The setup was described by Nick executive Eric Coleman as "pretty amazing".

When given money and two weeks to write the pilot episode (“Help Wanted”),Derek Drymon,Stephen Hillenberg,and Nick Jennings returned with something described as “a performance he wished he had on tape” by Nickelodeon official,Albie Hecht.

Although described as stressful by executive producer Derek Drymon,the pitch went “very well”; Kevin Kay and Hecht had to step outside because they were “exhausted from laughing”,making the cartoonists worried.

Mina:well that was strange *shrugs*

Now we'll talk about the Series itself. Starting with the Hillenburg era (1999–2004).

SpongeBob's first season was only a modest success during its initial run after the series' debut in 1999,but the show still garnered enough popularity that Nickelodeon quietly renewed it for a second season. Beginning with this season, production of the series switched from traditional cel animation to digital ink and paint.

Mina: Interesting.

During the second season's run,the show slowly achieved big and world wide popularity,leading to an eventual third season pick-up. The show's continued success soon led to the creation of a feature film called 'The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie'

Mina: Here's an interesting tidbit for ya: The Movie itself was originally intended to serve as the Series Finale. However,shortly after the film's release,Nickelodeon renewed the series for a fourth season,due to the shows popularity.

Thast is interesting. Anyway,Following the film's release,Stephen Hillenburg resigned as the show runner,causing a shift in the series' production crew,as well as several of the series' writers. Following the end of the Hillenburg era,the animation style changed to 3D computer animation (although it would still use digital ink and paint).

Mina:Now for the Post-movie era (2005–present).

The series' fourth season began in May 2005.A fifth season was ordered months later on December 2005. This brought the show’s total episode count to 100.

In December 2006,SpongeBob was approved for a sixth season. During Season 5,Nickelodeon began airing a special event called the "SpongeBob New–New–New–New–New–Week". In this event,a new episode would airfrom Monday to Friday. This continued until the end of the second week.

Later on November 12,2007,a TV movie aired titled Atlantis SquarePantis, guest starring David Bowie as the voice of Lord Royal Highness. In March 2008,it was announced that SpongeBob would have an additional 39 episodes and a seventh season. These new episodes included the remaining episodes of the 6th season.

Mina:On July 14, 2009,a primetime SpongeBob tenth anniversary documentary titled Square Roots: The Story of SpongeBob SquarePants,aired on VH1,discussing the history of the show,and its impact on popular culture. Of course,that was back before the Cartoon Historian,so you had no choice if you wanted to get informed about the history of Spongebob.

Right,Mina. Starting on July 17, 2009 at 8:00 PM EST, Nickelodeon aired a 2-day marathon titled "The Ultimate SpongeBob Sponge Bash." The marathon included the premiere of 11 new episodes,countdowns of celebrities' and viewer-chosen top 10 episodes,and more.

On November 6, 2009,a second TV movie debuted on Nickelodeon, titled 'Truth or Square',in which SpongeBob,Patrick,Squidward,and Mr. Krabs are accidentally locked inside the Krusty Krab freezer on the night of the restaurant's eleventy-seventh anniversary celebration. While trapped inside,the friends look back on their shared memories with "shocking" reveals.

Mina: In otherwords,it was a Clip-Show.

Several celebrities made live-action cameo appearances on Truth or Square. I'll let you find out whjo was in this thing for yourselves. Also Victoria Beckham lent her voice as Queen Amphitrite,in the episode "The Clash of Triton,"..Which aired on July 5,2010.

Mina: SpongeBob SquarePants is currently slated to surpass Rugrats as the longest running Nicktoon in number of episodes. Rugrats aired 172 episodes in its run; SpongeBob, when the eighth season completes.will have 178.

The series was further extended to a ninth season this past January 2011,bringing its total to 204 episodes. It will become the first Nicktoon to reach 200 episodes. It will also be the second Nicktoon to have made it to its ninth season. The eighth season started this past March.

Mina: It's also worth noting that most episodes contain a French Narrator,done by Tom Kenny. He speaks at the start of some episodes and during intertitles with a French accent. He is shown in the series as a scuba diver with a TV camera.

Mina: On the November 16,2004 episode of the NPR program 'Fresh Air with Terry Gross', Kenny admitted that Jacques Cousteau was the inspiration for the French narrator,as series creator Stephen Hillenburg considered him an icon.

Mina: Now we discuss the Music.

The theme music was composed by Derek Drymon, Mark Harrison, Stephen Hillenburg and Blaise Smith as part of Hank Smith Music,and is primarily based on the sea shanty, "Blow the Man Down". The song is sung by Painty the Pirate,voiced by Patrick Pinney,and can be found on the soundtrack 'SpongeBob SquarePants: Original Theme Highlights'. A cover of the song by Avril Lavigne can be found on the 'SpongeBob SquarePants Movie' soundtrack.

Another cover by the Violent Femmes,which aired as a commercial on Nickelodeon to promote season two,can be viewed in a special feature of the 'Nautical Nonsense/Sponge Buddies' DVD. A choral version was recorded for the SpongeBob Christmas special where the last repetition of "SpongeBob SquarePants" was replaced by, "It's the SpongeBob Christmas special."

The theme song is occasionally used in marching ads. An instrumental version of the opening theme is used in Italy. The series' music editor and main composer is Nicolas Carr.

Most of the background music used in the series comes from the Associated Production Music (APM) Library, some of which have also been used in shows such as The Simpsons,The Ren & Stimpy Show,Rocko's Modern Life,The X Factor,Bill Nye the Science Guy,and The Adventures of Pete & Pete.

For competition-based episodes,some of Sam Spence's NFL Films music is used (such as "A Golden Boy Again" used in episodes such as The Fry Cook Games and "Ramblin' Man from Gramblin" is used in Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy V.

"The Lineman" is also used extensively in Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy episodes). Ironically,one of Spence's more famous NFL songs is an orchestral version of "Drunken Sailor" called "Up She Rises",first suggested by Steven Sabol to his father Ed because he liked the song at summer camp.

Hawaiian steel guitar music is used for comedic and dramatic effect in the show. Various compositions featuring the Hawaiian steel convey happy,sad,or goofy emotions and situations.

Many are traditional Hawaiian melodies such as "Aloha 'Oe" and are usually sampled from the above-mentioned APM music library.From time to time,these songs are performed by classic steel guitar artists...including The Woodies,The Langhorns,and The MelTones.

Creator Hillenburg states that much of the music in the series was inspired by 1950s Hawaiian steel guitar tunes. Another aspect of the series' musical score is traditional sea shanties, which are used for the musical themes in the show. The most commonly used song in the series is "Drunken Sailor," though a ukulele version of the "Twelfth Street Rag" is often heard in the background as well. Unlike other Nickelodeon shows,SpongeBob features well-known independent musicians who contribute to its soundtrack.

Mina: Alternative rock bands,as well as metal bands have made appearances on the show and movies soundtracks. Which bands? You'll have to find out for yourself,because ,I ain't tellin'.

Like We mentioned,SB had a movie.On November 19,2004, Paramount Pictures and Nickelodeon Movies produced The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie,a film adaption of the SpongeBob SquarePants animated series.

The film was directed by series creator Stephen Hillenburg,and was written by long-time series writers Hillenburg, Derek Drymon, Tim Hill, Kent Osborne, Aaron Springer, and Paul Tibbitt. Nickelodeon official Albie Hecht, Drymon, Hillenburg, Julia Pistor, and Gina Shay produced the film, while much of the film's music was composed by Gregor Narholz.

The film follows SpongeBob,who expects to gwt promoted to manager of Mr. Krabs' new restaurant,The Krusty Krab 2 (although this restaurant is never seen or mentioned for the rest of the series). However,the position is given to Squidward instead,causing our favorite child-like sponge to go into a state of depression.

Jealous of Mr. Krabs' success,Plankton initiates his ultimate plan,Plan Z,which involves framing Mr. Krabs for the theft of King Neptune's crown. SpongeBob and Patrick then go on a quest to retrieve Neptune's crown and save the lives of both Mr. Krabs and the rest of Bikini Bottom from Plankton's scheme.

The film received a largely positive critical reception and grossed over $140 million worldwide.

Mina: My favorite part was with the Pirates at the begining and ending. That was funny.

Sure was. SpongeBob SquarePants was the first "low budget" Nickelodeon cartoon to become extremely popular. Low-budget cartoons had not garnered as much esteem as higher-rated,higher-budgeted shows,although when SpongeBob SquarePants aired in 1999,it had gained a significant enough number of viewers in the ratings to be considered popular,eventually reaching worldwide popularity by 2001.

SpongeBob follows other Nickelodeon shows that have attracted "older" followers. In fact,The Fairly OddParents won a similar fan base when it premiered in 2001,and is now second only to SpongeBob in popularity.

Though the show debuted in 1999, SpongeBob did not become hugely popular until around 2000,and it has remained popular since then. Since 2004,IGN made SpongeBob SquarePants 15th in its 'top 100 animated series of all time' list.

Mina: Wow. Oh,before we go I'd like to talk more about another special Spongebob Character..Patchy the Pirate. Patchy the Pirate,played by Tom Kenny,is a live-action character who is a pirate and the president of the SpongeBob fan club who lives in the city of Encino, California.

Mina: He's the host of the various Spongebob specials. Although sometimes it is just a title sequence of him saying "this is a spongebob special". He has a puppet parrot called,Potty. Potty likes to pull pranks on Patchy and shuns him at almost every episode they appear on.

Spongebob is the only show on nick nowadays that is worth watching. It's a damn fine show and I recommend watching it.

Mina: Amen,Stefan.

Well I hope you enjoyed this Final (atleast for now) New Episode of the Cartoon Historian. Because Starting Next Year,I'll be Redoing most of my Earlier Lessons.

Mina: Well,they Are kinda slopily done.

This Is The Cartoon Historian,saying until next time,Stay Gold.

Mina: Laters.

*fade to black. credits roll as the Spongebob Squarepants closing theme plays*

The Ultimate Boss: 4Kids Entertainment.

Welcome to another instalment of 'The Ultimate Boss'. Today,I'll be focusing on 4Kids Entertainment. As you know,4Kids Entertainment is on it's last legs,but it still refuses to die.

4Kids Entertainment is the #1 Bastardizers of Saturday Morning TV and Here is a list of reason's why:

- They favor crappy shows almost 100% of the time.
- They don't do a very good job editing anime. In fact Anime has No business on Saturday Mornings Period.
- They make incredibly stupid decisions. Decisions that put them on life support(ratings wise).
- Only 2% of shows that air on Toonzai are good.
- Like most Media Companies,all 4Kids Entertainment cares about is themselves.

Bad Huh? But don't worry,I have a plan. Here's a list of things that I would do to save 4Kids Entertainment:

- For starters,I'd change the name. To what? I don't know yet.
- I'll get rid of shows all Anime Shows on Saturday Morning and replace them with American Ones (as it should be).
- I'll establish a TV Network.
- I'll make sure that the company doesn't go overboard with the anime edits.
- I'll reject any show that I feel is unworthy to be on Saturday Morning TV as well as My New Network.
- I'll re-air some of the old Fox Kids shows(once I buy them from disney).
- I'll make smart decisions and listen to the fans often.

Not bad,huh? I really hope you enjoyed this edition of 'The Ultimate Boss'. Next episode will be all about Disney.

Stay Gold,
Stefan

Saturday, December 24, 2011

The Ultimate Boss: Line Ups for Nickelodeon and Retro Nic

It's now time to Give you my Begining Line-Up for Nickelodeon and My Retro Nick(the network that will replace Teen Nick). Here's my Nickelodeon Line-Up.

Here's what I plan to air on the Weekdays:
12:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)
12:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)
1:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Roseanne)
1:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (Roseanne)
2:00 am - Paid Programming
2:30 am - Paid Programming
3:00 am - Paid Programming
3:30 am - Paid Programming
4:00 am - Paid Programming
4:30 am - Paid Programming
5:00 am - As Told By Ginger
5:30 am - As Told by Ginger
6:00 am - All Grown Up
6:30 am - All Grown Up
7:00 am - You Can't Do That on Television
7:30 am - You Can't Do That on Television
8:00 am - The Wild Thornberrys
8:30 am - The Wild Thornberrys
9:00 am - Nick Jr. (Eureka's Castle)
9:30 am - Nick Jr. (David the Gnome)
10:00 am - Nick Jr. (Ni Hao,Kai-Lan)
10:30 am - Nick Jr. (Little Bill)
11:00 am - Nick Jr. (Go,Diego,Go)
11:30 am - Nick Jr. (Dora the Explorer)
12:00 pm - Mighty B
12:30 pm - Tak and the Power of JuJu
1:00 pm - Back to the Barnyard
1:30 pm - El Tigre
2:00 pm - Welcome Freshmen
2:30 pm - Welcome Freshmen
3:00 pm - Spongebob Squarepants
3:30 pm - Spongebob Squarepants
4:00 pm - Slime Time Live (random show)
4:30 pm - Slime Time Live (random show)
5:00 pm - Slime Time Live (random show)
5:30 pm - Slime Time Live (random show)
6:00 pm - Slime Time Live (random show)
6:30 pm - Slime Time Live (random show)
7:00 pm - The Amanda Show
7:30 pm - The Amanda Show
8:00 pm - Weinerville
8:30 pm - Weinerville
9:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
9:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
10:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Steve Harvey Show)
10:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Steve Harvey Show)
11:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Family Matters)
11:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Family Matters)

Here's what I plan to air on the Saturdays:
12:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Full House)
12:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (Full House)
1:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (George Lopez)
1:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (George Lopez)
2:00 am - Paid Programming
2:30 am - Paid Programming
3:00 am - Paid Programming
3:30 am - Paid Programming
4:00 am - Paid Programming
4:30 am - Paid Programming
5:00 am - Paid Programming
5:30 am - Paid Programming
6:00 am - Paid Programming
6:30 am - Paid Programming
7:00 am - All Grown Up
7:30 am - All Grown Up
8:00 am - Nick SatAM (Voltron Force)
8:30 am - Nick SatAM (Wolverine and the X-Men)
9:00 am - Nick SatAM (Avatar)
9:30 am - Nick SatAM (Danny Phantom)
10:00 am - Nick SatAM (Speed Racer: The Next Generation)
10:30 am - Nick SatAM (Dragon Ball Z Kai)
11:00 am - Nick SatAM (Power Rangers)
11:30 am - Nick SatAM (Animorphs)
12:00 pm - Sabrina the Teenage Witch
12:30 pm - Sabrina the Teenage Witch
1:00 pm - Sister Sister
1:30 pm - Sister Sister
2:00 pm - Smart Guy
2:30 pm - Smart Guy
3:00 pm - Boy Meets World
3:30 pm - Boy Meets World
4:00 pm - NickAnime (American Anime shows)
4:30 pm - NickAnime (American Anime shows)
5:00 pm - NickAnime (American Anime shows)
5:30 pm - NickAnime (American Anime shows)
6:00 pm - NickAnime (American Anime shows)
6:30 pm - NickAnime (American Anime shows)
7:00 pm - TeenNick (True Jackson VP)
7:30 pm - TeenNick (iCarly)
8:00 pm - TeenNick (Drake and Josh)
8:30 pm - TeenNick (The Nick Cannon Show)
9:00 pm - TeenNick (All That)
9:30 pm - TeenNick (The Amanda Show)
10:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Steve Harvey Show)
10:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Steve Harvey Show)
11:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
11:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)

Here's what I plan to air on the Sundays:
12:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Family Matters)
12:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (Familly Matters)
1:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Hangin' With Mr.Cooper)
1:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (Hangin' With Mr.Cooper)
2:00 am - Paid Programming
2:30 am - Paid Programming
3:00 am - Paid Programming
3:30 am - Paid Programming
4:00 am - Paid Programming
4:30 am - Paid Programming
5:00 am - Paid Programming
5:30 am - Paid Programming
6:00 am - Paid Programming
6:30 am - Paid Programming
7:00 am - All Grown Up
7:30 am - All Grown Up
8:00 am - Doug
8:30 am - Doug
9:00 am - Rugrats
9:30 am - Rugrats
10:00 am - The Ren and Stimpy Show
10:30 am - The Ren and Stimpy Show
11:00 am - Hey Arnold
11:30 am - Hey Arnold
12:00 pm - Sabrina the Teenage Witch
12:30 pm - Sabrina the Teenage Witch
1:00 pm - Sister Sister
1:30 pm - Sister Sister
2:00 pm - Smart Guy
2:30 pm - Smart Guy
3:00 pm - Boy Meets World
3:30 pm - Boy Meets World
4:00 pm - Clarissa Explains it all
4:30 pm - Keenan and Kel
5:00 pm - Cousin Skeeter
5:30 pm - The Adventures of Pete and Pete
6:00 pm - Roundhouse
6:30 pm - All That
7:00 pm - Figure it Out
7:30 pm - Nick Arcade
8:00 pm - The Mystery Files of Shelby Woo
8:30 pm - The Secret World of Alex Mack
9:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
9:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
10:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Steve Harvey Show)
10:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Steve Harvey Show)
11:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Full House)
11:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Full House)
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And Now For Retro Nick.

Here's what I plan to air on the Weekdays:
12:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Roseanne)
12:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air)
1:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Step-by-Step)
1:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (Taxi)
2:00 am - Paid Programming
2:30 am - Paid Programming
3:00 am - Paid Programming
3:30 am - Paid Programming
4:00 am - Paid Programming
4:30 am - Paid Programming
5:00 am - Mr.Wizard's World
5:30 am - Mr.Wizard's World
6:00 am - David the Gnome
6:30 am - David the Gnome
7:00 am - Count Duckula
7:30 am - Count Duckula
8:00 am - Danger Mouse
8:30 am - Danger Mouse
9:00 am - Inspector Gadget
9:30 am - Inspector Gadget
10:00 am - My Brother and Me
10:30 am - My Brother and Me
11:00 am - Hey! Arnold
11:30 am - Hey! Arnold
12:00 pm - Doug
12:30 pm - Doug
1:00 pm - Rugrats
1:30 pm - Rugrats
2:00 pm - Rocko's Modern Life
2:30 pm - Rocko's Modern Life
3:00 pm - Angry Beavers
3:30 pm - Angry Beavers
4:00 pm - Nick in the Afternoon (The Adventures of Pete and Pete)
4:30 pm - Nick in the Afternoon (Clarrissa Explain's It All)
5:00 pm - Nick in the Afternoon (Salute Your Shorts)
5:30 pm - Nick in the Afternoon (Cousin Skeeter)
6:00 pm - Nick in the Afternoon (Keenan and Kel)
6:30 pm - Nick in the Afternoon (Brothers Garcia)
7:00 pm - Spongebob Squarepants
7:30 pm - Spongebob Squarepants
8:00 pm - Invader Zim
8:30 pm - Invader Zim
9:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
9:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Family Matters)
10:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Perfect Strangers)
10:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (The Jeffersons)
11:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Sanford and Son)
11:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Full House)

And Now,here's what I plan to air on Saturdays:
12:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (Good Times)
12:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (Hangin' with Mr. Cooper)
1:00 am - Nick-at-Nite (The Cosby Show)
1:30 am - Nick-at-Nite (The Cosby Show)
2:00 am - Paid Programming
2:30 am - Paid Programming
3:00 am - Paid Programming
3:30 am - Paid Programming
4:00 am - Paid Programming
4:30 am - Paid Programming
5:00 am - The Wild Thornberrys
5:30 am - The Wild Thornberrys
6:00 am - All Grown Up
6:30 am - All Grown Up
7:00 am - Rocket Power
7:30 am - Rocket Power
8:00 am - Rocky and Bullwinkle
8:30 am - Martin Mystery
9:00 am - Heathcliff
9:30 am - Inspector Gadget
10:00 am - Inspector Gadget
10:30 am - Animaniacs
11:00 am - Kappa Mikey
11:30 am - Speed Racer X
12:00 pm - Danny Phantom
12:30 pm - Danny Phantom
1:00 pm - Oh,Yeah! Cartoons
1:30 pm - Oh,Yeah! Cartoons
2:00 pm - Salute Your Shorts
2:30 pm - Salute Your Shorts
3:00 pm - Hey Dude
3:30 pm - Hey Dude
4:00 pm - Nick GaS (Nick Guts)
4:30 pm - Nick GaS (Get the Picture)
5:00 pm - Nick GaS (Double Dare)
5:30 pm - Nick GaS (Figure it Out)
6:00 pm - Nick GaS (Legends of the Hidden Temple)
6:30 pm - Nick GaS (Nick Arcade)
7:00 pm - Doug
7:30 pm - Doug
8:00 pm - Rugrats
8:30 pm - Rugrats
9:00 pm - SNICK (Clarrissa Explain's It All)
9:30 pm - SNICK (Weinerville)
10:00 pm - SNICK (Ah! Real Monsters)
10:30 pm - SNICK (Kablam!)
11:00 pm - SNICK (Ren and Stimpy)
11:30 pm - SNICK (Invader Zim)

And Now,here's what I plan to air on Sundays:
12:00 am - SNICK (Action League Now!)
12:30 am - SNICK (Round House)
1:00 am - SNICK (All That)
1:30 am - SNICK (Are You Afraid of the Dark?)
2:00 am - Paid Programming
2:30 am - Paid Programming
3:00 am - Paid Programming
3:30 am - Paid Programming
4:00 am - Paid Programming
4:30 am - Paid Programming
5:00 am - The Wild Thornberrys
5:30 am - The Wild Thornberrys
6:00 am - Rocket Power
6:30 am - Rocket Power
7:00 am - The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
7:30 am - The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show
8:00 am - Fairly Oddparents
8:30 am - Fairly Oddparents
9:00 am - Jimmy Neutron
9:30 am - Jimmy Neutron
10:00 am - My Life As A Teenage Robot
10:30 am - My Life As A Teenage Robot
11:00 am - Danny Phantom
11:30 am - Danny Phantom
12:00 pm - Oh,Yeah! Cartoons
12:30 pm - Oh,Yeah! Cartoons
1:00 pm - Salute Your Shorts
1:30 pm - Salute Your Shorts
2:00 pm - Cousin Skeeter
2:30 pm - Cousin Skeeter
3:00 pm - Keenan and Kel
3:30 pm - Keenan and Kel
4:00 pm - Nick GaS (Nick Guts)
4:30 pm - Nick GaS (Double Dare)
5:00 pm - Nick GaS (Figure it Out)
5:30 pm - Nick GaS (Get the Picture)
6:00 pm - Nick GaS (Nick Arcade)
6:30 pm - Nick GaS (Legends of the Hidden Temple)
7:00 pm - Power Rangers
7:30 pm - Power Rangers
8:00 pm - Avatar
8:30 pm - Avatar
9:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Saved By The Bell)
9:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Growing Pains)
10:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Family Matters)
10:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Home Improvement)
11:00 pm - Nick-at-Nite (All in the Family)
11:30 pm - Nick-at-Nite (Different Strokes)
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Not bad for starting line-ups,huh. I know most people would favor My Nick line-up a lot more than Viacrap's.

The Ultimate Boss: Viacom

Welcome to another edition of 'The Ultimate Boss'. Today,I'll be focusing on Viacom.

As you know,Viacom is the most vile Media organization that ever existed.

Viacom is the #1 ruiners of American TV (not to mention young lives). Here is a list of reason's why I think Viacrap is a total disgrace:

- They love to decimate the purpose of their Networks.
- They seem to favor crappy reality shows.
- They favor shitty shows,over the good ones.
- They make incredibly stupid decisions. (including putting live action shows and music vids on nicktoons network)
- They mess with Youtubers in more ways than one.
- All they care about is Money and Power,and they'll do anything to get it...including brainwash the youth of the world.

And That's Just for starters. the list of Viacrap's atrocities goes on and on. But have no fear,because I've got a plan to "Reform" this Evil Organization. Here's just some of the things I'd do if I were running Viacom:

- For starters I would re-fuse The Teen Nick and Nick Jr. Once that's done,I'll air the teen shows from 7pm to 7-am. 7am-7pm is when the baby shows will air.
- I'll turn the network that used to be Teen Nick into Retro Nick,a network dedicated to Nickelodeon's classic shows and program blocks.
- I'll turn MTV2 into MTV classics,a Network dedicated to music from the 70's,80's,and 90's. I'm Sorry,but MTV2 was totally unneeded.
- I'll turn MTV into a music dominated network again,annihilating most of it's retarded reality shows...including that terrible 'Jersey Shore'
- I'll turn VH1 into an all Music-related network. No reality shows allowed.
- For TV Land,I'll get rid of both the reality shows and the shows of the modern era. In their place,I'll air lots of shows from the 70's,80's,and early 90's. with me in control,TV Land will get it's true purpose back.
- I'll save Nicktoons Network by: Scrapping the shitty shows completely and airing the Mediocre shows less.
- Also,for Nicktoons Network,I'll air Only Good American Cartoons and ditch the retarded Music Videos. Also No Live Action Crap Allowed!
For Nickelodeon,I'll stop airing those Pathetic Music Videos. Then,I'll put the teen shows in their own special block on saturday evening...and keep 'em there. And From there,I'll just copy my "Nicktoons Network" plans...except for the no live action part,of course.
- I'll replace that pathetic excuse for a Network,Spike TV,with Comedy Central Old School. CSOS will be a network that airs Comedy from the 70's to the Mid 90's.
- As for the other Viacom Networks(such as comedy central and b.e.t.),I'll either leave them alone or change them for the better.
- I won't be greedy for your money.
- And Finally,I'll Leave YouTube The Hell Alone.

Coming up Next,My Line-ups for Nickelodeon and Retro Nick.

Thursday, December 22, 2011

The Ultimate Boss: Cartoon Network and Boomerang

Welcome to the Ressurection of 'Stefan In Charge',Now Known As 'The Ultimate Boss'. The Segment's Concept is Simple: Tells you what I would do if I was the boss of,well....anything.

Today we'll focus on Cartoon Network and Boomerang. And trust me when I say I can do A lot better than that Retard Stuart Snyder. Here are Cartoon Network's biggest problems....problems that totally destroyed The Network.

- Adult Swim.(the original shows on that block are only funny because they're so retarded. it needs to go. this block has outlived its purpose anyway. )
- Live Action Series and Reality Shows (on a Network Meant for Cartoons. Stupid!!)
- Live Action Movies (same as above)
- Canadian Craptoons (canadian cartoons suck. period)
- American Abominations (these cartoons are just pathetic)
- Ben 10 Hyper Fetish (milking a mediocre show is wrong..even if it is american)

Most of these are Stuart Snyders Handywork.Thanks to Him Cartoon Network is now in ruins. Anyway,here's a list of things that I would do If I ran The Network:

- First,I'll get rid of Adult Swim.
- I'll get rid of all Live Action and Reality Crap.
- I'll throw ouit all of the Bumpers and Network ID's.(and replace them with better ones)
- I'll Resurrected Toonami
- I might make a Block dedicated to Subbed Anime.
- Have an Omega strong 'No Live-Action' policy.
- Ditch and Ban All Canadian Cartoons.
- I'll reject any show that I feel is unworthy to be on My Networks.

And Now For Boomerang's Flaws and what I'd do about them.

- Constant receptiveness.
- The Line-ups haven't had a decent change in over 4 years.
- Despite being a classic animation Network,Boomerang airs the crappy '00's stuff too.
- The shitty preschool stuff is alive and well on that Network.
- In a way,Boomerang has become disorganised.
- Air commercials of Cartoon Network's crappy Shows.(i don't need a reminder on how shitty cartoon network is)

Stupid huh?,Luckily,unlike Cartoon Network,Boomerang isn't dead and can be fixed. Here's a list of things that I would do to improve that network:

- For starters I would Replace those stupid preschool shows.
- Remove the shitty and mediocre shows from the 00's.
- Replace some of the crappy classics with the good ones.
- Create "Toonami Retro",a block that plays all of Toonami's classic shows. No Shows Beyond 2003 Allowed!
- Place "Toonami Retro" on the weekday afternoons from 4pm-6pm.
- Revive "Cartoon Cartoon Fridays".
- Add more 80's and 90's shows. There just isn't enough of those on Boomerang.
- Bring back Looney Tunes. Looney Toons have been absent from Boomerang for over 3 years.

As you can see,I'd do Much Better than that Asshole Stuart Snyder. But strap yourselves in,'cuz I ain't done yet. Here is My beginning line-ups for Cartoon Network and Boomerang. Starting with Cartoon Network.
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Here's what I plan to air on the Weekdays (cartoon network):
12:00 am - Young Justice
12:30 am - Teen Titans
1:00 am - Justice League Unlimited
1:30 am - Generator Rex
2:00 am - Sym-Bionic Titan
2:30 am - Legion of Super Heroes
3:00 am - Ben 10
3:30 am - Ben 10: Alien Force
4:00 am - Ben 10: Ultimate Alien
4:30 am - Super Hero Squad
5:00 am - Johnny Test
5:30 am - Eon Kid
6:00 am - Voltron: The 3rd Dimension
6:30 am - Voltron: The 3rd Dimention
7:00 am - Pokemon
7:30 am - Pokemon
8:00 am - Tiny Toon Adventures
8:30 am - Tiny Toon Adventures
9:00 am - What Ever Happened To Robot Jones?
9:30 am - What Ever Happened To Robot Jones?
10:00 am - Baby Looney Toons
10:30 am - Baby Looney Toons
11:00 am - Hamtaro
11:30 am - Hamtaro
12:00 pm - The What-A-Cartoon Show
12:30 pm - The What-A-Cartoon Show
1:00 pm - Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
1:30 pm - Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
2:00 pm - Sheep in the Big City
2:30 pm - Sheep in the Big City
3:00 pm - Mike,Lu,and Ogg
3:30 pm - Mike,Lu,and Ogg
4:00 pm - The PowerPuff Girls
4:30 pm - The PowerPuff Girls
5:00 pm - Swat Kats
5:30 pm - Swat Kats
6:00 pm - The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest
6:30 pm - The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest
7:00 pm - Ed,Edd,and Eddy
7:30 pm - Ed,Edd,and Eddy
8:00 pm - Codename: Kids Next Door
8:30 pm - Codename: Kids Next Door
9:00 pm - The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
9:30 pm - The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy
10:00 pm - Batman: The Brave and The Bold
10:30 pm - Transformers:Animated
11:00 pm - Megas XLR
11:30 pm - Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Here's what I plan to air on Saturdays:
12:00 am - Young Justice
12:30 am - Teen Titans
1:00 am - Justice League Unlimited
1:30 am - Legion of Super Heroes
2:00 am - Generator Rex
2:30 am - Sym-Bionic Titan
3:00 am - Off Air
3:30 am - Off Air
4:00 am - What's New Scooby-Doo
4:30 am - Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get A Clue
5:00 am - The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
5:30 am - Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
6:00 am - My Gym Partners a Monkey
6:30 am - Camp Lazlo
7:00 am - The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack
7:30 am - Chowder
8:00 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Loonatics Unleashed)
8:30 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Pokemon Black and White)
9:00 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Freakazoid)
9:30 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Yu-Gi-Oh!)
10:00 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Yu-Gi-Oh! GX)
10:30 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Yu-Gi-Oh! 5Ds)
11:00 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (Thundercats 2011)
11:30 am - Saturday Morning Superstars (The Batman)
12:00 pm - Masters of the Universe (modern)
12:30 pm - What's New Scooby-Doo
1:00 pm - Tom and Jerry
1:30 pm - Tom and Jerry
2:00 pm - Looney Tunes
2:30 pm - Looney Tunes
3:00 pm - Captain Planet
3:30 pm - Captain Planet
4:00 pm - Saturday Matinee (Classic Animated Movie)
4:30 pm - Saturday Matinee (Classic Animated Movie)
5:00 pm - Saturday Matinee (Classic Animated Movie)
5:30 pm - Saturday Matinee (Classic Animated Movie)
6:00 pm - Swat Kats
6:30 pm - Swat Kats
7:00 pm - Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends
7:30 pm - Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends
8:00 pm - Sheep in the Big City
8:30 pm - Sheep in the Big City
9:00 pm - I.M. Weasel
9:30 pm - I.M. Weasel
10:00 pm - Samurai Jack
10:30 pm - Samurai Jack
11:00 pm - Toonami at Night (Sailor Moon:Sailor Stars [subbed])
11:30 pm - Toonami at Night (Sailor Moon:Sailor Stars [subbed])

And now,here's what I plan to air on Sundays:
12:00 am - Toonami at Night (Rurouni Kenshin)
12:30 am - Toonami at Night (Outlaw Star)
1:00 am - Toonami at Night (G-Gundam)
1:30 am - Toonami at Night (Gundam Seed)
2:00 am - Toonami at Night (Voltron)
2:30 am - Toonami at Night (Robotech)
3:00 am - Off Air
3:30 am - Off Air
4:00 am - What's New Scooby-Doo
4:30 am - Shaggy and Scooby-Doo Get A Clue
5:00 am - The Life and Times of Juniper Lee
5:30 am - Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi
6:00 am - My Gym Partners a Monkey
6:30 am - Camp Lazlo
7:00 am - Pokemon
7:30 am - Pokemon
8:00 am - Sonic X
8:30 am - Sonic X
9:00 am - Kirby:Right Back At Ya!
9:30 am - Kirby:Right Back At Ya!
10:00 am - F-Zero:GP Legends
10:30 am - F-Zero:GP Legends
11:00 am - Gi-Joe: Sigma 6
11:30 am - Gi-Joe: Sigma 6
12:00 pm - Masters of the Universe (modern)
12:30 pm - What's New Scooby-Doo
1:00 pm - Tom and Jerry
1:30 pm - Tom and Jerry
2:00 pm - Looney Tunes
2:30 pm - Looney Tunes
3:00 pm - Captain Planet
3:30 pm - Captain Planet
4:00 pm - Toonami (Rave Master)
4:30 pm - Toonami (Ronin Warriors)
5:00 pm - Toonami (Sailor Moon)
5:30 pm - Toonami (Zoids)
6:00 pm - Toonami (Gundam Wing)
6:30 pm - Toonami (Dragon Ball GT)
7:00 pm - Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends
7:30 pm - Fosters Home For Imaginary Friends
8:00 pm - Sheep in the Big City
8:30 pm - Sheep in the Big City
9:00 pm - I.M. Weasel
9:30 pm - I.M. Weasel
10:00 pm - Samurai Jack
10:30 pm - Samurai Jack
11:00 pm - Mucha Lucha
11:30 pm - Mucha Lucha Gigante


And Now it's Boomerangs Turn.
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Here's what I plan to air on the Weekdays:
12:00 am - Animaniacs
12:30 am - G.I. Joe
1:00 am - Samurai Jack
1:30 am - Space Ghost: Coast to Coast
2:00 am - Cartoon Planet
2:30 am - Batman Beyond
3:00 am - Loony Toons
3:30 am - Loony Toons
4:00 am - Tom and Jerry
4:30 am - Hong Kong Phooey
5:00 am - Huckleberry Hound
5:30 am - Quickdraw McGraw
6:00 am - The Jetsons
6:30 am - The Flintstones
7:00 am - Captain Planet
7:30 am - Yogi Bear
8:00 am - 2 Stupid Dogs
8:30 am - Scooby-Doo
9:00 am - Smurfs
9:30 am - Smurfs
10:00 am - Hamtaro
10:30 am - Hamtaro
11:00 am - Tom and Jerry's Kids
11:30 am - A Pup Named Scooby-Doo
12:00 pm - Looney Toons
12:30 pm - Looney Toons
1:00 pm - The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show
1:30 pm - Tom and Jerry
2:00 pm - Johnny Quest
2:30 pm - Thundarr
3:00 pm - Superfriends
3:30 pm - Swat Kats
4:00 pm - Toonami Retro (Thundercats)
4:30 pm - Toonami Retro (Voltron)
5:00 pm - Toonami Retro (Sailor Moon)
5:30 pm - Toonami Retro (Tenchi)
6:00 pm - Toonami Retro (Dragon Ball Z)
6:30 pm - Toonami Retro (The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest)
7:00 pm - Rocky and Bullwinkle
7:30 pm - Garfield and Friends
8:00 pm - Cartoon Cartoon Weekdays (The Powerpuff Girls )
8:30 pm - Cartoon Cartoon Weekdays (Dexters Laboratory)
9:00 pm - Cartoon Cartoon Weekdays (Johnny Bravo)
9:30 pm - Cartoon Cartoon Weekdays (Cow and Chicken)
10:00 pm - Cartoon Cartoon Weekdays (Ed,Edd,and Eddy)
10:30 pm - Cartoon Cartoon Weekdays (Courage the Cowardly Dog)
11:00 pm - Voltron
11:30 pm - The Powerpuff Girls

Here's what I plan to air on Saturdays:
12:00 am - Cartoon Planet
12:30 am - Space Goast Coast to Coast
1:00 am - Duck Dodgers
1:30 am - Centurions
2:00 am - Swat Kats
2:30 am - Captain Planet
3:00 am - The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest
3:30 am - Batman Beyond
4:00 am - Looney Toons
4:30 am - Looney Toons
5:00 am - Speed Racer
5:30 am - Battle of the Planets
6:00 am - Chuck Norris
6:30 am - Mr.T
7:00 am - Alvin and the Chipmunks
7:30 am - Silverhawks
8:00 am - Mucha Lucha
8:30 am - Tiny Toon Adventures
9:00 am - Pinky and the Brain
9:30 am - Freakazoid
10:00 am - Taz-Mania
10:30 am - Men in Black: The Series
11:00 am - Max Steele
11:30 am - Static Shock
12:00 pm - Hysteria
12:30 pm - The Batman
1:00 pm - 2 Stupid Dogs
1:30 pm - The What-A-Cartoon Show
2:00 pm - Garfield and Friends
2:30 pm - Beetlejuice
3:00 pm - Thundarr
3:30 pm - Thundercats
4:00 pm - Boomeraction (The Herculoids)
4:30 pm - Boomeraction (Space Ghost)
5:00 pm - Boomeraction (Birdman)
5:30 pm - Boomeraction (Galaxy Trio)
6:00 pm - Boomeraction (Superfriends)
6:30 pm - Boomeraction (Johnny Quest)
7:00 pm - Rocky and Bullwinkle
7:30 pm - Ed Grimley
8:00 pm - The Flinstones
8:30 pm - The Jetsons
9:00 pm - Top Cat
9:30 pm - Dynomutt
10:00 pm - Looney Toons
10:30 pm - Looney Toons
11:00 pm - Teen Titans
11:30 pm - Justice League

And Now,here's what I plan to air on Sundays:
12:00 am - Cartoon Planet
12:30 am - Space Goast Coast to Coast
1:00 am - Duck Dodgers
1:30 am - Centurions
2:00 am - Swat Kats
2:30 am - Captain Planet
3:00 am - The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest
3:30 am - Batman Beyond
4:00 am - Looney Toons
4:30 am - Looney Toons
5:00 am - Speed Racer
5:30 am - Battle of the Planets
6:00 am - Chuck Norris
6:30 am - Mr.T
7:00 am - Alvin and the Chipmunks
7:30 am - Silverhawks
8:00 am - Huckleberry Hound
8:30 am - Snagglepuss
9:00 am - Quickdraw McGraw
9:30 am - Yogi Bear
10:00 am - The Atom Ant and Secret Squirrel Show (a half hour show that consists of atom ant and secret squirrel cartoons)
10:30 am - The Pebbles and Bamm-Bamm Show
11:00 am - Birdman
11:30 am - Birdman
12:00 pm - Space Ghost
12:30 pm - Space Ghost
1:00 pm - The Jetsons (80's)
1:30 pm - The What-A-Cartoon Show
2:00 pm - Garfield and Friends
2:30 pm - Beetlejuice
3:00 pm - Thundarr
3:30 pm - Thundercats
4:00 pm - Sunday Afternoon Movie (classic animated movie)
4:30 pm - Sunday Afternoon Movie (classic animated movie)
5:00 pm - Sunday Afternoon Movie (classic animated movie)
5:30 pm - Sunday Afternoon Movie (classic animated movie)
6:00 pm - The Adventures of Batman (aka the 70's cartoon)
6:30 pm - Superman (the 2nd cartoon)
7:00 pm - Rocky and Bullwinkle
7:30 pm - Hong Kong Phooey
8:00 pm - The Flinstones
8:30 pm - The Jetsons
9:00 pm - Top Cat
9:30 pm - Dynomutt
10:00 pm - Looney Toons
10:30 pm - Looney Toons
11:00 pm - Teen Titans
11:30 pm - Justice League

Awesome,huh? now This is what a line-up for these Networks Should look like. Hope you all enjoyed this Segment. More to come very soon.

Monday, December 19, 2011

The Video Game Collection 2

And Now the Conclusion of My Massive VG List.

Atari 2600 (Games I used To Have):
Pac-Man
Adventure
Superman
Chopper Command
E.T.(was not proud of this game)
Pole Position
Pinball
Space Invaders
Pong
Centepede
Millepede
Pitfall
Joust
Donkey Kong
Mario Bros.
Q-Bert
Some Space Shooter (i forgot the name)
Some Top-Down Racing Game (again,i forgot the name)
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Playstation 2:
Kingdom Hearts
Final Fantasy 10
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3
Mega Man X7
Mega Man X8
Mega Man Anniversary Collection
Street Fighter Anniversary Collection
Street Fighter Alpha Anthology
Mega Man X Collection
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Game Cube:
Legend of Zelda Collecters Edition
Super Mario Sunshine
Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker
Super Smash Bros. Melee
Sonic Adventure DX
Sonic Adventure 2:Battle
Sonic Gems Collection
Sonic Mega Collection
Sonic Heroes
Mario Kart: Double Dash
Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2
Pokemon Colloseum
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Nintendo DS:
Brain Age
Brain Age 2
Flash Focus
Clubhouse Games
New Super Mario Bros.
Sonic Rush
Digimon World DS
Tetris DS
Pokemon Diamond
My Sims
Rock Revolution
WarioWare: D.I.Y.
Final Fantasy 3 DS
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Nintendo Wii:
Ninja Reflex
Big League Sports
Mario and Sonic At The Olympic
Game Party
Wii Sports
Wii Sports Resort
Wii Musio
Wii Play
Mario Kart Wii
Super Smash Bros. Brawl.
Mega Man 9
Mega Man 10
WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase
Punch-Out Wii
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Emulation:
Kiron Conquest (nes)
3 Muti-Game Roms (nes)
Metroid(nes)
Kid Icarus(nes)
Rockboard(nes)
Final Fantasy 2 (both translated and untranslated) (nes)
Final Fantasy 3 (both translated and untranslated) (nes)
Mario Bros. (nes)
Mega Man 3 (gameboy)
Mega Man 4 (gameboy)
Mega Man 5 (gameboy)
Mega Man Battle Network (gba)
Street Fighter Alpha (gameboy)
Super Street Fighter 2: Turbo Revival (gba)
Street Fighter Alpha 3: Upper (gba)
Final Fight One (gba)
F-Zero (gba)
Super Mario Advance: Super Mario 2 (gba)
Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World (gba)
WWF Attitude(game boy)
Castlevania Legends(gameboy)
Castlevania Adventure (gameboy)
Castlevania 2: Belmonts Revenge (gameboy)
Double Dragon (gameboy)
Double Dragon 2 (gameboy)
Double Dragon 3(gameboy)
Ninja Guiden Shadow (gameboy)
Metroid 2: Return of Samus (gameboy)
Donkey Kong GB (gameboy)
Wario Land 2(gameboy)
Pokemon Crystal (gameboy)
Metroid Fusion (gba)
Super Metroid (snes)
Battletoads: Battlemaniacs (snes)
Sailor Moon (snes)
Sailor Moon: Another Story (snes)
Sailor Moon S: The Fighting Game (snes)
Sailor Moon Super S: The Fighting Game (snes)
Mario Kart (snes)
Battletoads vs Double Dragon (snes)
Dragon Ball Z (snes)
Dragon Ball Z2 (snes)
Dragon Ball Z3 (snes)
Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimention (snes)
Rockman & Forte (snes)
WWF Wrestlemania: The Video Game (nes)
WWF Wrestlemania Challenge(nes)
WWF King of the Ring (nes)
Bomberman 2(nes)
Super Bomberman 2 (snes)
Sonic Blast (sms)
Sonic Blast (gamegear)
Sonic the Hedgehog (gamegear)
Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (gamegear)
Sonic Chaos (gamegear)
Sonic Triple Trouble (gamegear)
Krusty's Fun House (gamegear)
Dr.Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine (gamegear)
Phantasy Star (sms)
Shinobi (sms)
Alex Kidd in High Tech World (sms)
Alex Kidd in Miracle World (sms)
Alex Kidd in Shinobi World (sms)
Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars (sms)
Wonder Boy (sms)
Wonder Boy 3:The Dragon's Trap (sms)
Wonder Boy In Monster Land (sms)
Wonder Boy 4 (sms)
Afterburner (sms)
Sonic 3D Blast (genesis)
Dr.Robotnik (genesis)
Ristar (genesis)
Vectorman (genesis)
Vectorman 2 (genesis)
Knuckles Chaotix (32x)
Sonic Crackers/Sonic Stadium (genesis)
Mega Man: Wily Wars (genesis)
Sailor Moon (genesis)
Sonic 2 Beta (genesis)
Streets of Rage (genesis)
Streets of Rage 2(genesis)
Streets of Rage 3(genesis)
Golden Axe (genesis)
Golden Axe 2(genesis)
Golden Axe 3(genesis)
Altered Beast(genesis)
Kid Chameleon (genesis)
Phantasy Star 2 (genesis)
Phantasy Star 3 (genesis)
Revenge of Shinobi (genesis)
Shinobi 3 (genesis)
Ecco The Dolphin (genesis)
Ecco 2 (genesis)
Afterburner 2 (genesis)
Dragon Ball Z (genesis)
Saturday Night Slam Masters (genesis)
Saturday Night Slam Masters (snes)
King of The Monsters (genesis)
King of The Monsters 2 (genesis)
King of The Monsters (snes)
Fatal Fury (snes)
World Heroes (snes)
Fatal Fury 2 (snes)
Fatal Fury Special (snes)
WWF Wrestlemania:The Arcade Game (genesis)
Knuckles Chaotix (32x)
Super Mario Bros. 2 Jp (nes)
Super Double Dragon (snes)
Super Mario RPG (snes)
WWF Superstars (arcade)
WWF Wrestlefest (arcade)
Street Fighter Alpha (arcade)
Street Fighter Alpha 2 (arcade)
Street Fighter Alpha 3(arcade)
Street Fighter (arcade)
Super Street Fighter 2(arcade)
Mega Man: The Power Battles (arcade)
Mega Man 2: The Power Fighters (arcade)
Sailor Moon (arcade)
Dragon Ball z (arcade)
Dragon Ball Z2 (arcade)
Super Gem Fighter (arcade)
Super Puzzle Fighter Turbo (arcade)
Sailor Moon SuperS: The Puzzle Game (snes)
Sailor Moon S: The Puzzle Game (snes)
Sailor Moon R (snes)
Rockman: Battles and Fighters (neo geo pocket color)
Fatal Fury F Contact (neo geo pocket color)
SNK vs Capcom (neo geo pocket color)
King of Fighters R-1(neo geo pocket color)
King Of Fighters R-2(neo geo pocket color)
SNK Gal Fighters [i think that's the name of it](neo geo pocket color)
Pinball (atari 2600)
Pac-Man (atari 2600)
Donkey Kong (atari 2600)
Chopper Command (atari 2600)
Superman (atari 2600)
Adventure (atari 2600)
Space Invaders (atari 2600)
Pole Position (atarti 2600)
Mario Bros. (atari 2600)
Centepede (atari 2600)
Millipede (atari 2600)
Joust (atari 2600)
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Cheat Devices:

NES Game Genie
SNES Game Genie
Sega Genesis Game Genie
Game Boy Game Genie (used to have)
Game Gear Game Genie (used to have)
Game Boy Color Game Shark
Playstation 1 Game Shark
Game Boy Advance Action Replay
GameCube Action Replay
Playstation 1 Code Breaker
Playstation 2 Code Breaker

And There you have it.

Mina: Wow! What A List!

Hey Mina,Long Time No See.

Mina: Yeah,I know. I was too busy with preperations for Christmas and shopping for gifts. Damn,what a hellectic Season. Whoever said that this is the most Wonderful Time Of The Year is BSing themselves.

I know,Right?

Mina: Anyway,Tom Z is having a New Years Celebration onboard The Star Nexus,And he Wanted you To Come.

Sure,Why not.

Mina: Cool.

Well that's all she wrote for now. Stay Tuned for Retro Game Factoids on The Cartoon Historian.

Mina: See Ya!

The Video Game Collection 1

And Now I'll Be Listing Every single Video Game That I Own(including cheat devices and roms).

NES:
Super Mario Bros.
Duck Hunt
Baseball
10-Yard Fight
Excitebike
Mike Tyson's Punch-Out
Metal Gear
Renegade
Top Gun
Super Mario Bros. 2
Wild Gunman
Super Mario Bros. 3
Castlevania
Castlevania 2: Simon's Quest
Castlevania 3: Dracula's Curse
Mega Man
Mega Man 2
Mega Man 3
Mega Man 4
Mega Man 5
Mega Man 6
Ninja Guiden
Ninja Guiden 2
Ninja Guiden 3
Double Dragon
Double Dragon 2
Double Dragon 3
Pac-Man
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: The Arcade Game
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3: The Manhatten Project
Legend Of Zelda
Zelda 2: Adventure of Link
WWF Steel Cage Challange
Tetris
Dr.Mario
Bomberman
Mach Rider
Final Fantasy
Donkey Kong Classics
Battletoads
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Sega Genesis:
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic the Hedgegog 2
Sonic the Hedgehog 3
Sonic & Knuckles
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Hyper Stone Heist
Shaq Fu
Cool Spot
Joe Montana Football
Pat Reilly Basketball
Mega Bomberman
Toejam and Earl
Toejam and Earl 2: Panic on Funkatron
Street Fighter 2: Champion Edition
Super Street Fighter 2
Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat 2
Mortal Kombat 3
Sonic Spinball
Power Rangers
Power Rangers 2: MMPR the movie
Columns
Spider-Man/Venom: Seperation Anxiaty.
WWF Wrestlemania
WWF Royal Rumble
WWF RAW
Winter Olympics
Beavis & Butthead
Road Blasters.
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Sega CD:
Sonic CD
Sewer Sharks
Panic (pirate copy)
WWF Rage in The Cage
AfterBurner 3
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Sega 32x:
Knuckles Chaotix
Mortal Kombat 2
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game
WWF RAW
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Sega Game Gear:
Sonic the Hedgehog
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Sonic Chaos
Sonic Triple Trouble
Krusty's Fun House
Dr.Robotnik's mean Bean Machine
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Super NES:
Super Mario World
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 4: Turtles in Time
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game
WWF Super Wrestlemania
WWF Royal Rumble
WWF RAW
Legend of Zelda 3: A Link To The Past
Super Mario All-Stars
Tetris/Dr.Mario
Super Castlevania 4
F-Zero
Actraiser
Street Fighter 2: Turbo
Super Street Fighter 2
Mortal Kombat
Mortal Kombat 2
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3
Final Fantasy 2 (a.k.a. final fantasy 4)
Final Fantasy Mystic Quest (a.k.a the fake final fantasy)
Spiderman/Venom: Maximum Carnage
Super Off-Road
Super Adventure Island
Mega Man 7
Mega Man X
Mega Man X2
Mega Man X3
Mario Paint
Mega Man Soccer
Ken Griffey Jr. Baseball
Super Ghouls & Ghosts
Shaq Fu
Cool Spot
Super Bomberman
Donkey Kong Country
Donkey Kong Country 2
Sim City
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Game Boy:
Super Mario Land
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins
Mega Man: Dr. Wily's Revenge
Mega Man 2
Tetris
Tetris 2
WWF Superstars
WWF Superstars 2
WWF Warzone
WWF Wrestlemania 2000
Teenage Mutant Nina Turtles: Fall Of The Foot Clan
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2: Back From The Sewers
Wario Land: Super Mario Land 3
Street Fighter 2
WWF King of the Ring
Legend Of Zelda 4: Link's Awakening
Pokemon Red
Pokemon Blue
Pokemon Yellow
Pokemon Gold
Pokemon Silver
Pokemon: The Trading Card Game
Pokemon Pinbal
Paperboy
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Playstation:
Perfect Weapon
Various Sampler Disks
WCW vs The World
Mortal Kombat Mythologies:Sub Zero
Mortal Kombat Trilogy
Porche Challange
Ray Storm
Armored Core: Project Phantasma
WWE In Your House
WWE Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game
WWE War Zone
WCW Nitro
WCW Mayhem
Mega Man 8
Mega Man X4
Mega Man X5
Mega Man X6
Street Fighter Collection
Street Fighter Alpha 3
Final Fantasy Anthology
Final Fantasy Cronicles
Final Fantasy Origins
Final Fantasy 9
Final Fantasy 8
Final Fantasy 7
Street Fighter: The Movie
Gran Turismo
Formula 1
Digimon Rumble Arena
R-Types
Tetris Plus
Sim City 2000
Worms Armagedon
X-Men vs Street Fighter
Marvel Super Heroes vs Street Fighter
Marvel Super Heroes
Mega Man Legends
Digimon World
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Nintendo 64:
Pokemon Snap
Pokemon Stadium
Pokemon Stadium 2
Legend of Zelda 64: Ocarnia of Time
Super Smash Bros.
Super Mario 64
Mario Kart 64
Mario Party (i bought the 3 mario party games on a dare)
Mario Party 2
Mario Party 3
WCW vs NWO: World Tour
Bomberman 64
Bomberman Hero
Megaman 64
Donkey Kong 64
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing
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Game Boy Advance:
Super Mario Advance 3: Yoshi's Island
Super Mario Advance 4: Super Mario 3
Pokemon Ruby
Pokemon Sapphire
Pokemon Leaf Green
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Treasure Planet
Sonic Advance
Mega Man Zero
Mega Man Battle Network 2
Some Racing Game (i forgot the name of it)
Pokemon Leaf Green
Dragon Ball Z: Legacy of Goku
Dragon Ball Z: Battle Card Game

Quite a list,eh? Well 1 More List to To Go.

Game Systems I Own/Owned

Just for Fun I'll be listing the game systems that I own and have owned.

I Own:
NES
SNES
Sega Genesis
Playstation 1
N64
Playstation 2
Nintendo GameCube
Nintendo Wii
Game Boy Color
Game Boy Advance
Game Boy Advance SP
Nintendo DS Lite
Nintendo DSi XL
Sega Nomad

I Used To Own:
Atari 2600
Sega Game Gear
Sega CD
Sega 32X
Nintendo Game Boy (the original game boy)

Stay Tuned For My Game List.

Friday, December 16, 2011

Sailor Moon Links

Facets of the Silver Crystal:
http://www.sailorenergy.net/TheRealm.html .This is Jeffery Anderson's Sailor Moon Site. This site has lots of cool things like: Anime Kawaii Gifs,Humorus Fanarts,Online Webcomics,and much more. Let me tell you guy's something,Jeffery Anderson is a great artist,you should definitly check out his stuff.

The Oracle - BSSM Encyclopedia:
http://soul-hunter.com/sailormoon/ .The Ultimate Sailor Moon encyclopedia.It contains info on all things Sailor Moon. An alternative to Hitoshi Doi's SM encyclopedia.

Castle in the Sky - Sailor Moon Home Page:
http://www.geocities.com/Tokyo/5976/ .A good SM site with lots of basic information(mostly about the dub),illustrated episode guides,and more. check it out.

Sailor Moon Encyclopedia by Hitoshi Doi:
http://www.usagi.org/doi/smoon/ .An encyclopedia focusing on the Japanese Version of Sailor Moon. It includes info on characters,episodes,products,music,and more. There's also no info on the Dub. This is one of my favorite Sailor Moon websites. The only problem with this site is that Hitoshi's encyclopedia is incomplete.

Eternal-Moon.com - Illustrated Episode Guide:
http://www.eternal-moon.com/illustrated/ .Another cool place with summaries of all five Sailor Moon seasons. Each summery comes with pictures.

Sailor Senshi Page:
http://www.eternalsailormoon.org/ .This page is an excellent source of info. This site has info on the anime,mangas,dubs (any dubs over the world),Japanese myths,and more. It also has list of humorus rumors that were proven to be false.

Bunny's Tour Through the Silver Millenium:
http://thetour.animehunters.com/.Plenty of interesting information on all things Sailor Moon. A must see.

Dies Guada:
http://diesgaudii.genvid.com/ .An excellent website with some very Interesting information.Another must see SM website.

SM Dub Wiki
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Pretty Soldier Sailormoon: Memorial Music Box: http://vorbis.sailormusic.net/sm/musicbox/

Sailor Music.net: http://www.sailormusic.net/

Note: Both of these sites have downloadable tunes. And here's the best part,most of these downloadable tunes are 100% Free. All you need is a Winamp and your good to go.
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http://mangastyle.net/genga1.htm

For the most part,this site is dedicated to Naoko Takeuchi's Sailormoon artwork.For those who haven't seen this cool site please do so.
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And Now A Present For The Sailor Moon Dub Fans. Dub Scripts

I give you Sailor Moon Transcripts. It contains all of the scripts from the Sailor Moon dub. Not a bad gift,huh? I must warn you though,each of the scripts found on that page are in PDF format and can only be viewed with an Adobe Acrobat Reader.

But don't fret none,you can download the reader for free at the Adobe Website.

Stay Gold,Moonies!

Random Links

Random Links! Enjoy!

http://abovetheinfluence.com
http://rubyspearsrollfan.tumblr.com/
http://megamanrecut.tumblr.com/
http://nintendrawer.deviantart.com/
http://thetoondevil.deviantart.com/
http://www.fanfiction.net/u/2845525/
http://americansonic.deviantart.com/
http://toon-megaman.deviantart.com/
http://keepvid.com/
http://www.captainn.net/e0001.html
http://stardroids.net/wordpress/?p=782
http://ppg.snafu-comics.com/
http://www.toyarchive.com/
http://nathansmuscleblog.blogspot.com
http://www.tmnttoys.com
http://sailormoonenglishanime.wikia.com/
http://www.tektek.org/index.php
http://ppg.snafu-comics.com/
http://www.unseen64.net/category/nin/nes/
http://wiki.rustedlogic.net/Category:NES_games
http://www.rpgclassics.com/
http://www.fforigins.com
http://picasion.com/
http://tasvideos.org/1577M.html
http://www.ffcompendium.com/h/
http://sonicology.fateback.com/
http://sost.emulationzone.org/
http://forums.kc-mm.com/Gallery/BrawlView.php#Page=3&Type=Character%Import%
The Yu-Gi-Oh Card Maker.
http://web.archive.org/web/
http://www.serebii.net/index2.shtml

Saturday, December 3, 2011

The Cartoon Historian Presents: The Top 50 Greatest Wrestlers Of All Time

Welcome everyone to this Cartoon Historian Special Presentation. Today we will be Counting down the Top 50 Greatest Profesional Wrestlers of All Time.. Now,Many of you 'Wrestleheads' may disagree with my Choices,but we think most of you will be happy with the list.

BTW,Mina and Tom Z are out X-Mas shopping,so they won't be joining me this time. Anyway Here we go with the Top 50 Greatest Wrestlers of All Time.

#50 - The Big Show aka The Giant
#49 - Andre The Giant
#48 - Dean Malenko
#47 - Raven
#46 - "Diamond" Dallas Page
#45 - Chris Jericho
#44 - Brian Pillman
#43 - Kevin Nash
#42 - Scott Hall
#41 - Booker T
#40 - Shane Douglas
#39 - Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
#38 - Terry Funk
#37 - Dustin Rhodes aka Goldust
#36 - Mick Foley aka Mankind aka Cactus Jack aka Dude Love
#35 - Jake "The Snake" Roberts
#34 - "Superstar" Billy Graham
#33 - Ron Simmons
#32 - Tito Santana
#31 - The Ultimate Warrior
#30 - Rey Mysterio Jr.
#29 - "Task Master" Kevin Sullivan
#28 - Vader
#27 - Harley Race
#26 - "The British Bulldog" Davey Smith
#25 - Lex Luger
#24 - Eddie Guererro
#23 - "The Rock" Duane Johnson
#22 - "Stone Cold" Steve Austin
#21 - Hulk Hogan
#20 - "Triple H" Hunter Hearst Helmsley
#19 - Jeff Jarrett
#18 - "Mr.Perfect" Curt Hennig
#17 - Owen Hart
#16 - Chris Benoit
#15 - "Nature Boy" Buddy Rogers
#14 - "The Million Dollar Man" Ted Dibiase
#13 - "The Enforcer" Arn Anderson
#12 - Jerry "The King" Lawler
#11 - "The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
#10 - The Undertaker
#9 - "The Heartbreak Kid" Shawn Micheals
#8 - "Super Fly" Jimmy Snuka
#7 - Sting
#6 - "Rowdy" Roddy Piper
#5 - "Macho Man" Randy Savage
#4 - Bret "Hitman" Hart
#3 - "Nature Boy" Ric Flair
#2 - Bob Backlund
#1 - Bruno Sammartino

What a Way to kick off the New Cartoon Historian,huh? And the Best is yet to come.

Stay Gold,
Stefan

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Song Of The Month

Ladies and Gentleman,The Final Song of The Month (december 2011).

Disney Afternoon

Talk about a Blast from The Past. I remember watching this block Every Day after School when I was a Kid.


Stay Gold,
Stefan