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Oh Yeah! Cartoons
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is an American animation showcase that appeared on the Oh Yeah! Cartoons Nickelodeon cable network, which was created and guided by Fred Seibert, former Creative Director of MTV Networks and President of Hanna-Barbera. Produced by Nickelodeon Animation Studio and Frederator Incorporated, it ran as part of Nickelodeon's Nicktoons lineup.
Why It Rocks
It successfully launched three upcoming Nicktoons:
, The Fairly OddParents , and ChalkZone . My Life as a Teenage Robot Decent animation and voice acting.
It had best sub-series:
Jammal the Funny Frog
Mina & The Count (acquired from Cartoon Network)
Super Santa The Jelly's Day trilogy Unlike
World Premiere Toons, there are two reasons:
It had the the series' logo at the end of each episode.
It had three segments in each half-hour. Memorable episodes:
Slap T. Pooch in
What is Funny?
F-Tales (the parody of ) The X-Files
Tutu the Superina
Twins Crimson and Those Amazing Robots
Ask Edward: All About Babies
Olly and Frank
Freddy Seymore's Amazing Life
Let's Talk Turkey
Terry & Chris
The Feelers Kid from S.C.H.O.O.L (depending on your view) Catchy theme music.
It had its successor,
Random! Cartoons. Like
World Premiere Toons, it had different artstyles from several animation artitsts. Like , it was the most-watched Nicktoon of the 1990s. Rugrats
It had some very bad sub-series:
The Dan Danger Show! (a rip-off of George of the Jungle)
Tales from the Goose Lady (a rip-off of the mother goose stories)
The Forgotten Toy Box A Kid's Life It had some very bad episodes:
Max's Special Problem
A Cop and His Donut
Cat and Milk-Man
That's My Pop: There's A Dinosaur in the House
Baxter & Bananas: Monkey See, Monkey Don't? (a rip-off of Disney's Winnie the Pooh franchise)
Lollygagging Pete Patrick, P.I.: What About Lunch? (a bad parody of the all-American mystery films of the 1930s and the 1940s)