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Favorite Show From Classic Cartoon Network
09.16.2010
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I'd have to go with Dexters Lab, hands down.laugh

09.16.2010
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Johnny Bravo.

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09.16.2010
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Not exactly classic, but I'd have to say courage the cowardly dog

09.18.2010
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Johnny Bravo!!!!!

09.19.2010
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Dexter's Lab by far! And now I'm a big fan of Dexter on Showtime lol. I love my little mad scientists and serial killers.

09.21.2010
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Out of the Cartoon Network Cartoon/Cartoon ones I'd probably have to go along with others and say Dexters Lab, such a great show. Gotta give props to Johnny Bravo though as well.

09.21.2010
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going a few years further back, I would also say 2 Stupid Dogs for sure.

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09.23.2010
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Jay said:

going a few years further back, I would also say 2 Stupid Dogs for sure.


 

Oh God completely forgot about 2 Stupid Dogs. Got to say the 90s were very very good for cartoons in general. You had all of this coming out but on the superhero side the 90s cartoons for X Men, Spiderman and Batman were especially brilliant.

09.23.2010
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Yes, 90's x-men, spiderman, batman where awesome!

09.24.2010
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I miss late night black and white and toon heads for sure.... but i am wierd and like those obscure cartoons....

 

but nothing will be better than tex averys house, car,a nd farm of tomorow.... hahaha its great.... stool pigeon

09.24.2010
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If we're talking about the first batch of Cartoon Network originals, then Jhonny Bravo is my pick.

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