Clone Wars, Total Drama, MAD, Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, 1999-2004 Spongebobs are the best, Any Blues Clues with Steve,(Why did he have to go bald!?) any of the Original Rugrats before Dill and Kimi are good, and you can't forget Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes. My tastes very from classis cartoons, to modern cartoons, what ever the heck MAD is, 1990s kid shows(ah the memories) and sitcoms. I'm a mess. Permalink
Quoting Sam Knavel
I love cop shows such as CSI, NCIS, Bones, NCIS: LA, cartoons, such as adventure time, Transformers, and MAD, and finally, The Walking Dead! Great Show! I also like anime, my favorite is DURARARA!!!!!
But my least favorites (please don't kill me) is: The Clone Wars (CGI, gave up after the first season, cuz, it was trash!)Spongebob(new episodes, I like the episodes before the movie came out), Fanboy and Chum Chum (Stupid), and finally Zevo-3, the worst show in the history of man!
I agree with the Spongebob stuff for sure, after the movie came out, and the new head man came to power, everybody's IQs dropped to that of a five year old in the show. I can see why people bailed out on Clone Wars because Season 1 involved too much Ahsoka, then Season 2 had filler episodes every now and then, and Season 3 didn't really get interesting until January because of 8 episodes of politics. I watch it to see what the Clone Wars are like and the fact that it's Star Wars and the whole story line from Episodes I-VI has meaning to me. Permalink
Quoting Mitchell Andre
My favorite TV shows are as follows: Monk, Avatar the Last Air Bender, Dragon ball z kai, and Sponge Bob Square Pants. But I agree with everyone else; the new Sponge Bobs are a bunch of trash with no real script.
Quoting MR. LEGO
I mythbusters, starwars the clonewars, and most of the stuff on discovery, history, and cartoon network. Sometimes Nickelodeon...
Nick used to be good like Old Spongebob, Old Rugrats, Rocko's Modern Life, Monsters, Hey Arnold!, Ren & Stimpy, All That, Slime Time Live, Amanda Bynes Show, you never see those anymore without extended cable. I find myself watching more Cartoon Network stuff anymore, and even then, they're CN Real shows are like dipping your fries in your milkshake, they just don't seem right, and they really don't go together at all. It's funny, we love tons of good shows from 15 to 20 years ago, and bash all the shows right now, kinda makes you feal old, and we haven't reached the prime point of our lives yet. Permalink
Doctor who, Ren and stimpy, pnky and the brain, animaniacs, star trek, other sci-fi, sym-bionic titan, ben 10 (*crying*), dbz has to have a personal mention, transformers (no, not the new c@rp, old series, maybe armada), superhero shows (old ones like Batman: The animated series, superman, spiderman the animated series, et cetera)..... Permalink
Quoting Hun-grr Terrorcon
Lol! "Ha ha, Squidward." "
*Ben, you're ruining it for me!*" XD Mine's the original Transformers cartoon. What has MClegoboy bin doing? He isn't active anymore, Ey?
Man, what are you talking about, I just posted stuff over the weekend. What have I been doing? This super ridiculously unorganized English III Honors Research Paper that has been taking a lot of time. Goo dting is that it is due Friday so time will become more flexible. Permalink
The Ultraman franchise, although my favorite is Ultraman Tiga, from 1996. Other shows would be The A-Team, MacGyver, Knight Rider, Mythbusters, Doctor (All Doctors except 1, 9, and 11), and Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Permalink
Also Steven Universe
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Star Wars Rebels
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Avatar: The Legend of Korra
For some reason, I'm still watching Total Drama
Attack on Titan
Attack on Titan: Junior High
Parasyte - the maxim
Kill la Kill
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
Over the Garden Wall
We Bare Bears
When I get through it all, The DC Animated Universe (So far I have only seen, Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, The New Adventures of Batman, Batman Beyond, and I'm only a few episodes into Static Shock. I still have The Zeta Project, Justice League, and Justice League Unlimited.)
All those Ben 10 shows, yes, even Omniverse.
Fresh of the Boat
The Big Bang Theory
Outrageous Acts of Science
As you can tell, I watch a lot of animation, and there are a ton of other shows that either just ended or they are on hiatus at the moment. Permalink
Quoting Chouju_X [SPAM]
The Ultraman franchise, although my favorite is Ultraman Tiga, from 1996. Other shows would be The A-Team, MacGyver, Knight Rider, Mythbusters, Doctor (All Doctors except 1, 9, and 11), and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.
Oh yeah, and the X-Files. Both versions. Also, Lost in Space, the 1966 Batman, the black-and-white Superman, and the old Wonderwoman show. All of those used to air on the same channel, in a row, so I watched them a lot. Permalink
Quoting Chouju_X [SPAM]
Oh yeah, and the X-Files. Both versions. Also, Lost in Space, the 1966 Batman, the black-and-white Superman, and the old Wonderwoman show. All of those used to air on the same channel, in a row, so I watched them a lot.
You watch MeTV? Haha. I totally forgot about 1966 Batman, and I watch it. Permalink
Star Wars the Clone Wars
Once Upon a Time
Take Home Chef
Worst Cooks in America
Cutthroat Kitchen (Too much cooking?)
Psych (only seen a couple but it's pretty K)
Avatar: The Last Airbender
Avatar: Legend of Korra
...Yeah that's about it. Permalink
So Steven Universe.
Every weeknight for however long
I'm excited for more new episodes, but what happened? Why is everything getting these week long premieres and then get these long hiatuses inbetween? It's not fun. I needs to be for big important events because I don't want a show to suffer from people forgetting that it's back due to a show having long breaks inbetween episodes instead of just a normal weekly release of new episodes.
But yeah, new Steven Universe episodes everyday for awhile.
Get hyped. Permalink