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Episode 37 - Television from Childhood
edited January 2006
It's... nostalgia time! Let's all share those fond memories of childhood television.
If that doesn't make you cry I don't know what will.
I don't know what Rym was saying about Mask being higher quality then some of the other crap cartoons. I loved mask and they had the awesome toys but man. The show sucks. I downloaded the first eps in college and was surprised how crappy it actually was. Far more then anything else I had seen.
Now DinoRiders, they were cool. (at least the toys were)
M.A.S.K. actually got quite a bit better later, and the comic prequels were actually decent. The early and late episodes, however were CRAP CRAP CRAP.
It did have the best toys at least.
3-2-1 Contact! and Newton's Apple (I think that was the name of the show) were a couple of my favorites. Of course, I was a weird kid; I liked Nova too.
I still maintain that while I love Thundercats, it's just as bad as He-Man.
The Amazing New Screen Technology is E-paper, or whatever term Sony wants to use. It's been floating around as a concept for a few years, it's just not been ready for prime-time before this. One of the benefits is the persistent image, it doesn't refresh every few seconds. That's why it doesn't hurt the eyes.
I saw reading rainbow this last monday. New Intro and everything. I think they are still running it with Lamar.
Does anyone remember ghost writer?
I remember that Newton show. Whenever the intro came on it was time to turn off the TV. Thundercats is actually way better than He-Man. If you want we can do a side by side comparison. Reading Rainbow was sometimes fun, but sometimes not.
I remember Ghost Writer. I loved that freakin' show.
Of course, Shining Time Station for the win. There's nothing like realizing in adulthood that George Carlin had a much larger role in your life than you had initially thought.
I remember Ghost Writer. I liked it as well. And Reading Rainbow.
But I have to admit that I was never really into the shows geared towards kids when I was a kid. the shows I watched were on the History Channel and Japanese period dramas.
Brute Force, Luftwaffe, and GeGeGe no Kitaro were some of my favorite shows.
Oh man. You remember Silverhawks? Peopel fell off or out of their vehicles...and continued to fall downwards...into space...
It took me untill college when I saw it again after like, twenty years that I realised just how goofy that show was.
Cadillacs & Dinosaurs.
Am I the only one who remembers it?
I had the
I remember Cadillacs and Dinosaurs. Why did you have to remind me? Anyone remember the SEGA Genesis game of it?
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