YTV promo- Sunday’s (7 am to 12 pm)

This YTV promo showed the last bit of the anime TV show, “Hamtaro” before its cancellation. And as I knew these cartoon TV shows that were popular on tv channel YTV, here’s what I know on how they were, and how long they went.

1. Hamtaro (2002-2005) ✅👍🏻

2. Dexters Lab (1995-2003) 🚫👎🏻

3. Rugrats (1991-2004) 🚫👎🏻

4. The New Woody Woodpecker Show (1999-2002) ✅👍🏻

5. Hey Arnold! (1996-2004/2017) 🚫👎🏻

6. Detention (1999-2000) 🚫👎🏻

7. Cubix (2001-2003) 🚫👎🏻

8. The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius (2002-2006) 🚫👎🏻

9. The Fairly OddParents (2001-2017) 🚫👎🏻

10. Spongebob Squarepants (1999-2020)? 🚫👎🏻

Out of most of those cartoon TV shows back near the mid 2000’s, only two were the hilarious ones that I gave a thumbs up on, (✅👍🏻), while they rest were thumbs down (🚫👎🏻). Some of these cartoons were okay to watch in their very beginnings, but found out that they were really taking their dreams too far. Such as J. Neutron: Boy Genius, S. Squarepants, & those nitwitted OddParents.

“Dexter’s Lab” & “Rugrats” were a real no-no first, as I wasn’t so sure on “Cubix” & “Detention”. Some of their theme songs were annoying, as I found out that these characters were getting obtuse.

“Hey Arnold!” was okay on some of its episodes, but not a lot. And I was glad that since that football headed kid lived with his grandparents in a inner city-tenement, he had found out on what happened to his real parents in South America. After the release of “Hey Arnold: The Movie” in 2002, they did “Hey Arnold: The Jungle Movie” in 2017, 15 years later. He was glad that they were alive, as they were a normal family again just when he was getting into 6th grade. Ending the film, and the entire series.

So the ones that are thumbs up are “Hamtaro”, and “The New Woody Woodpecker Show”. I remember watching those two, before leaving for elementary school every morning from Monday’s to Friday’s. On Sundays such as this, they would have their last shots before they got cancelled. They were as glory than ever before, years when things got worse on that TV channel.

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