as a child - space ghost, spiderman, fantastic four, bugs bunny, super chicken
as of now - animaniacs, freakazoid, kim possible, powerpuff girls, courage the cowardly dog, dexter's lab, fairly odd parents, avatar, foster's home for imaginary friends, Ahhh! real monsters, danny phantom... - i could go on and on
^I will forever thank both of you for reminding me of The Jetsons. I've been trying to figure out what it was called for like... years D:
Hmm... Justice League, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Scooby Doo, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Teen Titans, Cow and Chicken, Dexter's Laboratory, The Jetsons, Codename: Kids Next Door, Tom and Jerry, Looney Tunes, Beyblade, Pokémon, The Powerpuff Girls, Sheep In the Big City, The Flintstones, Johnny Bravo, Duel Masters, Fairly Odd Parents, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends...
Hardly any of them air anymore, at least not in Norway... I think I'm going to cry ):
I can't believe that someone actually liked this show. I can remember being about 9, having 4 channels to choose from, seeing that The Raccoons was on... and I still couldn't watch it because it was just so boring. Seriously, the most exciting thing that ever seemed to happen was that maybe they rode their bikes or something. I actually preferred fishing shows or staring at the patterns in the couch to watching that show.
My favorites: Transformers, Thundercats, and then maybe Smurfs had its moments. Transformers was the best… I actually started going back and watching the episodes online and even though it's all super formulaic, some of the episodes were actually pretty decent.
There were also some great BBC imports like Dr. Snuggles that had some pretty awesome moments like that episode where they went into the jungle and touched this giant psychedelic mushroom and kept turning into butterflies… Douglas Adams (of Hitchhiker's Guide To The Galaxy and Dr. Who) actually wrote for that show!
Oh yeah and Jamie and The Magic Torch where he had this flashlight that could open up this portal to another dimension on his bedroom floor-- and Simon who did drawings and used to draw himself into this parallel universe of weirdness I don't really remember-- it was the inspiration for the Mike Myers character on Saturday Night Live.