Amy Of Darkness said:
I had to look up what was on TV in 1995, I didn't remember the 90's being so sparse for kids shows but apparently it was pretty barren outside of saturday mornings?
20th Sep 2021, 12:00 PM
You usually get more kids show between 3 and 5 during the weekdays since that was when school typically let's out. The kids today don't know how easy they have it. If they want to watch something, they just have to have the right streaming serves and click, then they get to binge what ever they wanted. Back in the day, unless you knew how to program a VCR, you had to watch at a certain time for the one show and had to wake a week to watch another episode. You also had to walk fifteen miles up hill both ways barefooted in the snow to the actual T.V. set to change the channels. And don't get me started with the commercials. There was no skip button or you couldn't pay extra to have no ads. You had to wait out the two minutes of toys and games you may never get and the high sugar name brand snacks your mom wouldn't buy, unless it was on sell or she had a coupon.
Now if you'll excuse me, I need to yell at some kids to get off of my lawn and drink prune juice.
20th Sep 2021, 12:26 PM
I remember seeing the "IN COLOUR" part of the show's opening...we didn't have a colour set :(
We did get the first one on the street though, and a lot of new 'friends'
20th Sep 2021, 4:19 PM
ah, yeah....Saturday Mornings... fun times.
I think I have to say, it was sad to see a lot of that kind of reality die down,
and now Cartoon Network is going to disappear.
as A kid I dreamed of working at Pixar, Nick or Warner bros.
fuck, man....at least I can start my own company. ;-;
30th Aug 2022, 7:12 PM
That it was not like the cartoon ritch 2020s
5th Oct 2022, 9:09 PM
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