This is one of my fav tv shows as a kid, because it was very entertaining and intelligent at the same time.
It comes from the days when tv could make interesting shows that were very well balanced in the creative and educational aspects; like Sesame Street, the Ludvik Von Drake and Goofy cartoons on The Wondeful World of Disney, and some broadly educational music and science shows like the British Vision On and the Australian Curiosity Show, and folks like Leonard Bernstein and Prof Julius Summer Miller.
I remember the episode on Sealab when Vincent Van Pattern did a guest role as the voice of a boy in a wheelchair, as well as the episodes of a shark plague, and when Bobby runs into a toxic chemical spill. Considering this comes from Hanna Barbera - the creators of THE JETSONS and THE FLINTSTONES , among other things, this is pretty good stuff.
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