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Mr Magic
You're tired after a hard day at school, and all you wanna do is toss the homework and watch cartoons. Other times, you wanna watch cartoons on a Saturday morning with a bowl of cereal.

What cartoon programming block did you look forward to as a kid?



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Rick Ace Rhodes
When I was really young I used to watch Fox Kids and Kids' WB. Later on I got into Toonami after my family finally got a cable package that included Cartoon Network.

I also watched Fox Kids sequel block FoxBox. I think that was really the last children's block I got into. I don't remember watching anything else.
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Vaporman87

For me, it was the after school block of He-Man, GI Joe, and Transformers.

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shakin steak
I watched Fox Kids and Disney Afternoon. I feel like there were more, but they didn't always have specific names. ABC ran these inbetweeners through multiple shows.

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comic_book_fan
start with usa cartoon express  tmnt the real ghostbusters and for some reason  they showed parker lewis reruns lol any way in the evenings  fox kids  x-men terrible thunder lizards eek the cat mmpr  and i think  batman and animaniacs but i think they had changed to kids wb by then after in the early 2000's i jusmped ship to kids wb and  toonami.
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comic_book_fan
start with usa cartoon express  tmnt the real ghostbusters and for some reason  they showed parker lewis reruns lol any way in the evenings  fox kids  x-men terrible thunder lizards eek the cat mmpr  and i think  batman and animaniacs but i think they had changed to kids wb by then after in the early 2000's i jumped ship to kids wb and  toonami.
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echidna64
Scooby Doo
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Mr Magic
I used to love watching Cartoon Network's "Super Chunk" block.
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shakin steak
That reminds me that Cartoon Network has had a lot of blocks. I was a big fan of Cartoon Cartoon Fridays, with their original shows, and Late Night Black & White, with shorts from the 30s and 40s

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