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This freaked me out for some reason.
Also, Pugwall wins best Auzzie kids program.
I think from 'my era' though I'm gonna have to go for Potsworth and Company. Great bunch o' dreamers.
:starts digging upwards:
though I am partial to pete and pete
Brilliant cartoon with a great theme tune to go with it!
The Demon Headmaster.
it was funny but didn't seem childish at the time, it seemed really interesting.
can't really explain it, but i think it's definitely Hey Arnold
remember when the Violent Femmes were on Sabrina, that was good
Russell T Davis's kids show from the early 90s - all my memories suggest it was fucking terrifying and basically amazing
Could be a contender for anyone who grew up in that generation
one of those rare shows that kinda works for kids and adults. really solid storytelling, internal consistency, arc plots that develop at a great pace without overwhelming every episode, some genuinely emotional character moments, finished when it should've. it also manages to tackle some pretty adult themes - i remember an episode where one episode centring on revenge where one of the heroes savagely beats a villain just for shits and giggles. the animation isn't amazing but that's the only real negative I can think of to it.
a Dungeons & Dragons ride!
.. Yet another reason I wish I lived in a fictional 1990.
Then I Googled her and she now looks like Janice Battersby
Best live action - Aquila
basically Boosh for kids, its brilliant
for older its between renford rejects or the tomorrow people
don't track down your favourites on youtube and watch them, you will be disappointed. Keep it how you remember it as a kid.