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10/10
A great spin-off to its predecessor
1 October 2015
Being a huge fan of the series, I decided to give this spin off a chance and I had to say, this spin off is pretty good. The drama used in this spin-off is much like its predecessor, the teams are great. This is also a very good take on a popular CBS reality show, The Amazing Race (which is also another good show). My favorite teams have to be the best friends, the fashion bloggers, the father and son, the sisters, the cadets, the geniuses, the surfer dudes, and the vegans. The host Don is also good though Total Drama works better with Chris. Don sounds just like Jonsey and that's because he's voiced by TerryMcGurrin. If you enjoyed both the CBS series, Surivor and Total Drama, I recommend watching this one.
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Littlest Pet Shop (2012–2016)
10/10
Actually it's not all that bad
20 July 2014
I don't know why everyone is comparing Littlest Pet Shop to My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic. It's like comparing apples to oranges. They have two different shows, different characters and stories, etc. Just because they look the same does not mean they are. It only appears that way because Hasbro makes both shows. Besides, Littlest Pet Shop is not as bad as people think it is. Many of the talents in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic do double-dip in this series and it's what made me watch it in the first place. The stories are good, the characters are well rounded, I don't see anything wrong with it. I think many fans who loved My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and Pound Puppies should give this one a try.
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1/10
If Stephen Hillenburg saw this poor excuse of a flash cartoon, he'd hate it
14 July 2014
Stephen Hillenburg should slap whoever made this show! It's a SpongeBob rip-off! Terrible art, terrible plot, terrible acting, terrible animation, and a beyond terrible theme song! It should have been renamed into "Coconut Dread's Cruddy Island".

Here's why this show copies off SpongeBob.

1. Fred is basically SpongeBob, but extremely annoying.

2. The banana brothers are clones of Patrick.

3. The watermelon is just Mr. Krabs.

4. And lastly there's a lemon who is very similar to Squidward.

All in one, this is the worst flash cartoon of all time. You'd be far better off with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic and the Total Drama series which are 10 billion times better than this garbage.
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Scaredy Squirrel (2010–2013)
2/10
Just a poor man's SpongeBob
15 June 2014
I'm very glad this show got canceled. It's one of the worst flash cartoons to date next to Johnny Test and Almost Naked Animals. The theme song itself is horrific. It sounds like SpongeBob singing while he's drunk. The comedy is atrocious too. The character himself is like a wannabe SpongeBob. The skunk is like Patrick.

Oh and I have one more thing to say: This show also copies a great Cartoon Network show: Regular show. The one reason is the bird. I mean he's like a mix between Squidward and Benson.

You want a better flash cartoon? Stick with My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic.
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Adventure Time (2010–2018)
A Major Achievement in Television
4 June 2014
This is a very good show that Cartoon Network came up with. Finn and his shape-shifting dog buddy, Jake, have a series of surreal adventures as they journey through the postapocalyptic Land of Ooo. This show is perfect for anyone of any age. It's also silly, insightful, off-the-wall, sometimes scary, but relentlessly positive and carefree. Pendelton Ward brings original story telling and quirky humor and created a masterpiece. So many creative characters and each episode has a positive message. This and My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic are one of the beast cartoons of 2010. I suggest you give this show a chance.
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10/10
Ponies, as humans on the big screen
31 May 2014
Finally, the best flash cartoon has been made into a TV movie. The ponies come back in the Crystal Empire, for a while after Season 3. It seems to be connected before Season 4. A former student runs into a fictive human suburb with Twilight's big crown thingy. Twilight runs after the villain and becomes a human, and Spike a dog. The Secret of My Excess episode with Spike mistaken for a dog became canon. Twilight must learn to be human, and she meets with her other human friends from Equestria too. Of violence Sunset Shimmer the villain faces Twilight and her friends the end. Trixie's sidekicks Snips and Snails are meaner but still funny too. Twilgiht nearly kicks a vending machine. To a surprise Twilight has a crush in both worlds. The ponies look very nice looking as humans, in my opinion. Anybody who loved the 2010 cartoon should get treated to this film.
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Planet Sheen (2010–2013)
1/10
A unnecessary spin off...
30 May 2014
Horrible, horrible, horrible. Planet Sheen is, by far, the worst spin off I've ever seen. With horrible characters, bland animation, and no originality, there is no redeeming qualities to this show at all. Jimmy Neutron was clever, funny, and original, everything that Planet Sheen isn't. When I first saw this, I was thoroughly disappointed. So disappointed, I cannot believe I used to watch this. Without all of the spunky characters from the original series, Sheen, to be honest, is just an annoying idiot. This seems just like another time slot filler. It makes you wonder: Were they high when they made this? I loved Jimmy Neutron, but this...this is just a disgraceful waste of time.
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Grojband (2012–2015)
10/10
A Toonboom cartoon with charm
28 May 2014
Grojband follows Corey Riffin (Lead Guitarist/ Lead Vocals) and his three best friends, Laney Penn (Bassist) and twin brothers Kin Kujira (Keyboardist), and Kon Kujira (Drummer), as they work to propel their garage band to international stardom. When they don't have the lyrics, Corey and his friends get Trina into an emotional diary mode to write lyrics in her diary, so that Corey and his friends can perform a perfect song.

This show comes from Fresh TV the same company who brought us "6teen", "Total Drama" and "Stoked". A great Canadian cartoon that doesn't rely on gross-out humor.
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Breadwinners (2014–2016)
1/10
BreadLosers is more like it!
28 May 2014
You have GOT to be kidding me! How is it possible that Nick could invent a cartoon about two stupid ducks going around delivering bread to other ducks?! There is just no way! What kind of names are Swaysway and Buhduece anyway? Did the creator come up with those names from a weird story or something? Also they do not look like ducks at all. They just look like some green alien like blobs that fell from outer-space with ugly looking faces. The other ducks are just cardboard cut-outs and are so freaking creepy looking! The episodes aren't funny either. The animation is awful and the characters are so annoying. This show is SO gross! Spongebob is a lot better than this crap! Nick should stick to that cartoon! A word of advice: DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME!
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Stoked (2009–2013)
10/10
From the dudes and dudettes that brought you the "Total Drama" series and more recently "6teen"
28 May 2014
It's a wonderful series with connecting stories to the episodes if you look for them. Especially Lo the owners daughter who is force to work for the summer struggles with her attempts to earn her father's faith to regain her spot in the penthouse. We got a nice variety of character personalities from the stress out to the totally silly and clueless like Emma never realizing how much Johnny care for her. It's the groms vs. managers as they try to stick it to one another while trying to find time outside work to catch the perfect waves. Beside the main characters we also have lots of co starring guests who repeating show up throughout the season as well as minor staff members who pop up now and then for comedy support of the main characters.
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10/10
From Lauren Faust the director of The Powerpuff Girls gives us an excellent flash cartoon that all men and women can enjoy
28 May 2014
I love it simply because it makes me happy, is incredibly well done and I have a big grin on my face while watching it. Lauren Faust, Craig's wife that worked on The Powerpuff Girls, Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, and Wander Over Yonder has given us the most famous flash cartoon of all time. The animation, art, voice acting and strong story ark all magically coalesces into a real phenomenon of entertainment. The story line regarding the developing of the six mane characters regarding how each one teaches an other a beautiful solution to a significant problem that was preventing their life from being whole is actually really complex and elaborate, but makes you really love how each of them grows and become better for it at the end. The over all grand story line is about the herd's lead mare Twilight Sparkle, a purple unicorn form Canterlot, earning and establishing her Queengdom (ponydom) by learning that friendship, unity and love for her friends is the key to unlocking the ability to harness most powerful kind of magic of all, witch is the "magic of friendship". She then uses the magic of friendship to destroy and reform her and here country's enemies and in turn from learning this she ascents into the highest form of pony, witch is the Alicorn (an equal combination of the 3 races of ponies). The show has its own couture and language too. You will fall in love with one of the mane six and just adore them every word and action. I am totally in love with this show. Applejack is the best pony.
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Sanjay and Craig (2013–2016)
1/10
Crap
28 May 2014
This show sucks!!!!! What the heck would watch this garbage anyway?!!! It's full of fart and butt jokes. It's nothing but a wannabe Regular Show failure. The characters are annoying and the designs are extremely trite and disgusting. I remember when Nickelodeon had good shows like Rugrats, now they just air crap like Fanboy and Chum Chum, Breadwinners, Glen Martin D.D.S., Planet Sheen, they all suck. Not to mention the fact that all those titles are pseudo cartoons. Sanjay and Craig isn't but it's just as bad. Please, whatever you do don't waste your on this, you will be sorry. Watch Spongebob and Fairly OddParents instead of this garbage.
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Samurai Jack (2001–2017)
10/10
A samurai must defeat Aku and is sent to the future
29 March 2014
In the year 2001, Genndy Tartokovsky, the creator of Dexter's Laboratory and the director of The Powerpuff Girls showed us his latest, and greatest, work, Samurai Jack! This is, without a doubt, one of Cartoon Network's best shows ever made. Between the main character, the fighting, and the beautifully artistic backgrounds, Samurai Jack is just an awesome, awesome show. The plot of the show is that a samurai named Jack is close to defeating an evil demon named Aku, but before he can destroy him, Aku sends Jack into the future, where Aku rules the planet. Now Jack is on a quest to vanquish Aku, while trying to find a way back to his own time. Jack himself, despite being mostly quiet, is a really cool hero. Bring Back The Jack!!
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Dexter's Laboratory (1996–2003)
10/10
DeeDee get outta my laboratory
29 March 2014
Dexter's Laboratory was a really great Cartoon Cartoon. The story behind it was pretty good. A boy genius, Dexter, invents things in his laboratory, while trying to prevent his (In his mind) "stuuupid" sister Dee Dee from destroying it. He also tries to outbest his rival, Mandark in everything thats science. There were also some pretty cool side stories involving superheroes. Like The Justice Friends (An obvious parody of the Avengers) and Dexter's pet monkey, well, Monkey. This was the very first cartoon cartoon. Plus I'm glad they renewed the show for 2 more seasons in 2001 but it got cancelled again in 2003. Plus who cares if Dexter's Laboratory went downhill. I love all 4 seasons of the show.
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The Powerpuff Girls (1998–2005)
10/10
The best Cartoon Cartoon next to Dexter's Laboratory
29 March 2014
Way before he broke ground for an orphanage that houses imaginary friends and a nomadic and overly-optimistic intergalactic traveler, Craig McCracken created the world's youngest superhero team! In the nineties, there were a lot of really entertaining cartoons on T.V. and this show were among the most successful of them. Professor Untonium mixes sugar, spice, and everything nice together to create the perfect little girl...and then accidentally adds an extra ingredient: Chemical X. The result is Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, also known as the Powerpuff Girls; three super-powered five-year-old girls who defend Townsville from all the various villains of the world. This show also had a feature film which was pretty good too. I recommend this cartoon to anyone!
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9/10
my all time favorite flash cartoon
29 March 2014
I love this show. Mac is a good boy- bright, sensitive, and a little shy. His imaginary friend Blooregard, or Bloo for short, is mischievous, self centered and lazy. But they're the best of friends. Mac's mother insists age 8 is too old to have an imaginary friend. She means well, but Mac and Bloo refuse to part. So Mac secretly brings Bloo to Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends, where many other colorful imaginary friends live because their creators gave them up. The other friends are hoping to be adopted by a new kid, but Mac doesn't want anyone to adopt Bloo if he's to live there. So Madame Foster, for whom the home is named, agrees to a deal with Mac, that as long as he visits Bloo every day, Bloo will always be his and no other child will ever be able to adopt him. So now Bloo has a new home, makes new friends, gets into new mischief, and still sees his best buddy Mac every day. This show comes from the creator of another Cartoon Network favorite, "The PowerPuff Girls". I recommend this show to anyone!
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Barney & Friends (1992–2009)
1/10
4 reasons this show is bad
26 January 2014
1. CHILD ABDUCTION - Barney is telling us "A stranger is a friend you haven't met". That is basically telling them there are no bad people (I know they're little kids and they don't understand murderers, thieves, But all the other educational shows, books and even our parents have said "Never talk to strangers". So picture this - you're a two-year-old Barney viewer, you're at the playground in the sandbox and a man walks up to you and says "Hey you, you wanna come with me?" and you say "Yes, because you're a friend I haven't met". And your parents look up from a newspaper or magazine they were reading and see you getting into the man's car. And the parents run up to the car but they make it there too late. You've been kidnapped.

2. OBESITY - The only food they eat on the show is junk food. This is teaching kids that the only kind of food in the world you can eat is sugary foods. And our parents have always said that junk food is bad for us. So when we're one or two, our minds are completely open. And when we see those kids on Barney eating nothing but junk, we think that's the only kind of food in the world. So, later in life when you've eaten nothing but sugar in your life so far, you become overweight, obese, or maybe even have diabetes.

3. KIDS STEALING AND CHEATING - According to Barney, cheating is "creative thinking". So cheating on tests by writing the answers on your arm is "creative"? Our parents have always told us that cheating is wrong. Also according to Barney, stealing is "okay as long as the person you stole from doesn't know it's gone". Don't even get me started on this. STEALING IS OKAY?!!! So say you're a one-year-old Barney viewer with a mind completely open and you hear Barney say that. Years later, you're in a video game store and you find a game that you really want but you don't have enough money for it. Then you think "Wait a minute, didn't someone tell me as a baby stealing is okay?". So you shoplift the video game and you get caught and arrested. What you would you say? "The purple dinosaur made me do it"?.

4. ADULT/CHILDREN RELATIONSHIPS - Revert you back to the previous quote "A stranger is a friend you haven't met". Also Barney is also teaching children that they should love everyone and give everyone a big kiss on the cheek. So picture this - you're a two-year-old Barney viewer and you're at the playground in the sandbox and a man walks up to you and you stand up and give him a kiss on the cheek, after that the man gets a strange (you know what I mean) look on his face and asks you if you would like to go with him and well, I think you can see where I'm going from here.
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DuckTales (1987–1990)
9/10
Walt would be pleased if he saw these cartoons
21 January 2014
These Disney Afternoon cartoons are a true testament to Walt. I believe if he saw these cartoons from the Disney Afternoon, he would be very pleased. Full of memorable adventures, great characters, catchy music, and top notch villains, these shows are meant to bring back memories.

Uncle Scrooge and his nephews Huey, Dewey and Louie circle the globe in a myriad of wild adventures. They get help from Launchpad, Gyro, Webby, Duckworth and Mrs. Beakley and try to fend off the Beagle Boys from trying to get in Scrooge's money bin.

It was the show that started a huge bunch of other Disney TV shows like Darkwing Duck, Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers, and Kim Possible.
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Johnny Test (2005–2014)
1/10
Stupid rip-off of Dexter's Laboratory
15 January 2014
Dexters Lab: Mom & Dad: Don't have names & don't know about the secret laboratory.

Dee Dee: Annoying kid with annoying voice who always destroys the lab

Dexter: The genius who owns the lab

Mandark: In love with Dee Dee

Johnny Test: Mom & Dad: Don't have names & don't know about the secret laboratory

Johnny: Annoying kid with annoying voice who always destroys the lab

Susan & Mary: The geniuses who owns the lab

Bling Bling: In love with Susan

Dukey: An stupid dog that was added into the show so it wouldn't look like its copying Dexter's lab.
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Fanboy & Chum Chum (2009–2014)
1/10
More like Fanbutt and ChumpChump
15 January 2014
This is a very idiotic show. The CGI is just terrible. Did the creators take steroids while making this show? The characters are also stupid. Fanboy is an stupid jerk, ChumChum is disturbed, the villains are sadists, and the other kids are unoriginal. It's filled with pointless parodies, stupid story lines, and generic jokes. The creators must of been on acid to make this show. Sure, Nick has made some pretty bad shows (especially Mr. Meaty and Dora the Explorer), but this show takes the cake. Plus I used to like this show, but now I kinda outgrew on it.

If you want a better Nicktoon, try Rugrats, Spongebob, and Fairly OddParents, they are way better than this.
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T.U.F.F. Puppy (2010–2015)
10/10
High gee gee! This show rocks
14 January 2014
This show is very funny. How clever is that to have a dog with a flea for his boss and cat for his partner? The characters are well developed, the action scenes are good, the comedy is hilarious and the voice acting is decent. I love everything Butch Hartman makes.. I hope to maybe meet him, get him to sign my stuff, and maybe work for him someday.

Jerry Trainer does a good job voicing the dog. I've known him since I saw him on iCarly.

In my opinion, this show is way better than the overrated cartoons on Nickeldoeon, Planet Sheen and Fanboy and Chum Chum.
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The Flintstones (1960–1966)
10/10
The Flintstones is a show that will be remembered as a classic
7 January 2014
The Flintstones is a show that depicts life during the Stone Age. The show focuses around one family, the Flintstones. Fred is the husband that works at a quarry, Wilma is his wife, who is a homemaker. Dino, their dinosaur pet, and Pebbles, the Flintstone baby that was added during the series. Their neighbors were the Rubbles: Barney, Fred's friend that works at the quarry with him, Betty, Wilma's friend and Barney's wife, and Bamm-Bamm, their strong son that the Rubbles adopted.

This was one of the best shows and it still is. It was really funny, especially the way they use animals as devices like vacuum cleaner, garbage disposal, etc. It had a great plot, great characters and voice actors, and it is original. This show is a classic, too. Overall, a classic super show.
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The Jetsons (1962–1963)
10/10
The Jetsons is a show that will be remembered as a classic, like the Flintstones
7 January 2014
This show depicted life in the future, like the opposite of The Flintstones. It was based around one family, The Jetsons. George Jetson, the man that works for Spacely Sprockets. Jane is his wife that does work around the house. Elroy is their son, and Judy is their daughter. Rosie is the robot that helps Jane around the house, and Astro is the Jetsons family dog.

This was and is still a great show. I like the 1960's version better. It is a funny show, too. The plot is very great and original. The storyline kept developing too, which was also great. Overall, a great show.
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6Teen (2004–2010)
10/10
A comedy story about six friends working in the same mega mall. Their lives, relationship and work.
7 January 2014
Basically this show is about a group of six teenagers (all at the age of 16), who start working in the local mega mall. All have their hopes for their first job, but it turns out you not always get what you want. Those six teens are:

1. NIKKI WONG - an Asian who's an individualist. She has earrings "all over her body" and tends to be sarcastic. She likes to make fun of people, but she's a loyal friend

2. JONSEY GARCIA - a "playboy" who's never able to keep his job for too long. She's totally into "chicks", but he secretly has a huge crush on Nikki. His advice are often terrible, but he's always ready to do what he can to help a friend.

3. JEN MASTERSON - a girl who acts more like a boy: she loves sports and is in a way Jonesy's sister (not biological one). She always gives other people advice, with aren't always good, but she never leaves her friends on ice.

4 JUDE LISOWSKI - a skateboarder, who has a laid-back attitude. The more he tries to help, the bigger the problem gets, but he's a type of guy who's always there for his friend.

5. CAITLIN COOKE - a rich girl, who's obsessed with shopping. She tends to go out on many dates (and always ends her relationships for stupid reasons), but she's always willing to help her friends (though it not always ends for the best)

6. Wyatt WILLIAMS - a musician, who's the most matured of the "team". He's a smart guy, who, surprisingly, have very little knowledge about real life.

Those Six teens go through a series of events that affect their lives as

They struggle to find themselves in the adult world.

The art of this cartoon is rather unique and it may take you a while to get used to it, but the plots are definitely funny and sometimes circle around important issues of growing up.

Those who like to laugh should enjoy this one.
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Ed, Edd n Eddy (1999–2008)
One of the best shows on CN!
31 December 2013
I have not grown out of this show. It's the best show on Cartoon Network. This cartoon follows the exploits of three kids who live on a cul-de-sac. I still find this show funny. The unrealistic, constantly unsuccessful scams for jawbreaker money, the hilarious one liners and the fact that the show didn't have any parental guidance what so ever is why I fell for this show as a kid. The characters are lovable (except Sarah) and even relatable, not to mention totally adorable. The only thing I really found weird is the fact they had no other characters appear throughout the whole show except for the final episode where Eddy's brother makes an appearance. Childhood favorite! I wish they brought back this show.
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