Discussion in 'TV' started by dasBenzin, Jan 6, 2005.

  1. dasBenzin

    dasBenzin Member

    Does anyone remember when Saturday morning cartoons came on and movies were played on the weekends?
    I am so sick of reality TV and home decorating shows.
  2. gelflingwings

    gelflingwings Member

  3. roxycheer

    roxycheer Member

    i agree
  4. dasBenzin

    dasBenzin Member

    And its sad that we are all so young to have to say "Do you remember?" The world is really going to crap.
  5. FerrisBueller

    FerrisBueller Member

    i can't turn on the TV without seeing a diet commericial
    its sad
  6. urbangal

    urbangal Member

    And remember when in the afternoons instead of englished subdubbed anime you had "The After School Specials" were people would ACT instead of these "teenie bob" shows that drain the youth of any working braincells not drowning in soda and mc'ds?

    I remember those days.

    Remember being ENTERTAINED? I thought that's what these hasbeens of today were suppose to be doing for us. I'm better off soakin up a good book or writing.
  7. Therefore...

    Therefore... Antidentite

    Yeah. Saturday mornings and tv in general have really headed downhill.
  8. Mr MiGu

    Mr MiGu King of the Zombies

    i disagree.
    tv has always been crap, we were just to young and naive to realise it
  9. Kilgore Trout

    Kilgore Trout Senior Member

    I'm a little older, but I remember watching Bugs Bunny, the Dungeons and Dragons cartoon, and then settling in for an afternoon of Tarzan or the Three Stooges. And oh yeah, the Fox channel used to sho Abbot and Costello on Sundays. Those guys rule!
  10. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    Saturday morning cartoons used to kick-ass
    I disagree with Mr. Migu cause I can watch the old cartoons and still enjoy them, these new cartoons are shit
  11. Mr MiGu

    Mr MiGu King of the Zombies

    you can enjoy them because of the nostalgia. if you grew up with these new cartoons you would probly enjoy them

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