The Critic embraces his inner child as he and his friends gather round to relive the fond memories of the Disney Afternoon. DuckTales, Chip'N Dale, Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, Gargoyles, ... See full summary »

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Malcolm Ray ...
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Lewis Lovhaug ...
Fat Grandma
Rob Walker ...
Skeletor / Tony Jay (voice)
Sandra Walker ...
Critic's Mom
Sabrina Ray ...
Malcolm's Mom
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Edward Malus (archive footage)
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Dolores (archive footage)
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Mad Hatter (archive footage)
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Luke Skywalker (archive footage)
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Himself (archive footage)
Sherri Stoner ...
Slappy Squirrel (archive sound)
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The Critic embraces his inner child as he and his friends gather round to relive the fond memories of the Disney Afternoon. DuckTales, Chip'N Dale, Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, Gargoyles, Snookums and Meat, and all the classics are remembered, some more fondly than others. Written by Anonymous

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25 March 2014 (USA)  »

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During the commentary of the review, Doug explained that he was too harsh on Goof Troop and in fact likes the show. He also addressed why he didn't include shows like Hercules or The Little Mermaid. See more »

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The Critic mentions that "The Mighty Ducks" TV series was based on a movie that at that point (1996) was five years old. But actually, the first "Mighty Ducks" film was released only four years earlier (1992). Even more ironic was that a month after the show premiered, a third "Mighty Ducks" film was released. See more »

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Nostalgia Critic: [about "Gummi Bears"] And yes, the first thing you are thinking pops into everybody else's head, too. Why and/or how do you make a show based on a fruit snack, whose head and limbs you disturbingly bite off? Well, despite such a distracting commercial tie-in, the show, surprisingly, wasn't that bad. A lot of that had to do with its bright colors, fantasy-focused environment, and a theme song sung by the most easily excitable group ever. Just listen to how into it these guys get; it's impossible ...
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References The Ren & Stimpy Show (1991) See more »

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