Flying Toaster Bunny
Tommy's Toilet Friends
Tranveltine the Gay Vampire
Stoneboy and the Israelites
The New Adventures of Stampbug
The True Adventures of Inland Revenue Advert Man
The Glue Adventures of Unlucky Horse
The Beak Bunch
The Quest for the Magic Beaker
Ricky Raptor and the Slashasaurus Gang
Sabre-Toothed Top Cat
Bat-Superman Meets Aqua-Fish
Bobby and The Magic Magician
Zombie Butler and Frank
The All New Hen Cluck Show!
That Selfish Ant
The Footrest's New Adventures
Sutekh And Son
Glebe's Thrift Funnel
The All-New Young Teeny Tiny Flinstones Kids Classics
The Adventures Of Some String
The New Adventures Of Some String (also starring Doctor Dust)
The Square Chair
The Round Hound
Ken And The Set-Square
The Various Items Of Laundry
Only Fools And Horses - The Animated Series
The McAlmont And Butler Hour
The Ident Gang
Chocolate Watchband (1960s Hanna-Barbera effort starring the drug-addled sitar-weilders)
Time Gentlemen Please
Gordon the Word
The Investigative Smell
Mr Potato Carrot
Voyage to the Sea of the Bottoms
Dad's Army of Darkness
I remember these all.
American Mutt With Think Bubbles
Out Of The Trees
Them's The Facts Bucky (an 'adult-orientated' series in the style of "Wait 'Till Your Father Gets Home")
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>Only Fools And Horses - The Animated Series
Of course, they couldn't use a bar as it was ostensibly for children. So they used a precipice 2000 feet up a mountain. Every single week. Trigger (the voice of Jamie Farr out of M.A.S.H.) looks confused as Del (the voice of Tony Danza from Who's The Boss) falls to his temprorary demise, accompanied by Hanna-Barbera canned laughter. (And they didn't have a distant cloud emerging when David Jason hit the ground in the original, much-loved scene.)
The New Adventures of Stud
Little Jonny Rotten and the Amazing Pocket
The REAL Natural Born Killers
Those Amusingly Shaped Fluffy Things That Live In A Cave Or Something
Sarah's Scary Problem
Horace The Last Dodo-Impersonator
Shut Up! (Or I Eat Your Eye)
The Unpopular Animals of Farting Wood
>Chocolate Watchband (1960s Hanna-Barbera effort starring the drug-addled sitar-weilders)
Nick Hancock on a radio edition of Room 101 pointed out that although there was a Jacksons cartoon, an Osmonds cartoon and a Beatles cartoon, they never bothered to make...for example: a Stranglers cartoon. Or a Ramones cartoon.
Batman and Scooby Doo teaming up to fight crime.
>Batman and Scooby Doo teaming up to fight crime.
An unpleasant image indeed. Two gay icons on one cartoon show? That's pretty rare.
Worker & Parasite
Michael Alexander St. John and The Yogs
The Old Schmoo
The Seahorse that Broke the Banl at Monte Carlo
The Big, Camp Killer Whale
All Aboard the Glans Express!
btw - did you get the tape Mr Worthington?
>The Seahorse that Broke the Banl at Monte Carlo
Shit. 'Bank' obviously. When did a seahorse ever last break a banl?
>Shit. 'Bank' obviously. When did a seahorse ever last break a banl?
Ever last? Does this expression make sense in any human grammatical system? Excusse me.
Mr.G? Are you sober?
>Mr.G? Are you sober?
Hmmm. Been out for a couple wid da boss. But don't let that detract you from the very important points being made in this thread.
More scarcely recalled animation:
Rugrats Bought on the Internet (not so much a lazy reference as a pissed one)
Thom and Gerry - Thom Yorke, the cat, shares a house with mischeivous rodent Gerry Adams
And what about those crazy Dad's Army spin-off cartoons?
In Godfrey we Trust
The Verger of Dibley
These Boots are Made for Walker
Mainwaring About the House
Hodges Explains it All
Girls Just Wanna have Sponge
>Them's The Facts Bucky (an 'adult-orientated' series in the style of "Wait 'Till Your Father Gets Home")
That would be 'Them's The Facts Bucky O'Hare'.
'Michael Alexander St John & The Yogs' would be followed by 'Wacky Races 2000' ('You've broken the spade, you snivelling hound...')
Heartache Avenue (inspired by the best known song of 1980s one hit wonders The Maisonettes)
Level 42 in Midiland
Eat Ricky Gervaise
The Clangers Take Margate
Help! It's the Hair Bear-Baiters!
The Godzuki Nephews and Nieces
The Funky Phantom Pregnancy
The Big Express
Five Leaves Left (an adventure series about five leaves that get left behind when the others... erm... go away or something)
>Five Leaves Left (an adventure series about five leaves that get left behind when the others... erm... go away or something)
:) Nice to see some good well thought out observations going on the Forum.
The Magic Fingers
>>Five Leaves Left (an adventure series about five leaves that get left behind when the others... erm... go away or something)
>:) Nice to see some good well thought out observations going on the Forum.
But do you know what the actual title of Five Leaves Left refers to? BOTH references? Thought not. Anyway, back to cartoons...
Ben Folds Five?
I don't know TJ go on inform me...
The Magic Roulette Wheel
A reference to some poem Nick Drake read about death and rebirth, coupled with his 'mystic' obsession with the message that appears in a depleted packet of Rizla. Thank you, that concludes The Brass List for today.
Kenny G's Time Machine
Learn to Count With Jeffrey Archer
John Candy Is....
A weekly show in which a member of the public was selected to describe John Candy by what they remember of him.
Previous editions have included: Fat, Dead and Not-Sweet.
The Two-Pronged References
Blue Velvet: The series
The Great Intelligence's All Star Treasure Hunt
Chumbawamba's All Star Principle-Discarding Treasure Hunt
Fucking Hell (voiced by Helen Mirren)
Klutz Vz Cunt and the Comedy Interferers
Dogtanian and the Three Doctors
'Confessions of... a bad actor'
Robin Askwith explains that he needed the money and publically apologises.
'It shouldn't happen to Yvette.'
Yvette Fielding gets caught up in a downward spiral of trageries culminating in her having to regain the antidote to the poison that is killing her Godmother from the bowels of a bovine princess...
This is turning into TVGH and I claim my five pounds.
>This is turning into TVGH and I claim my five pounds.
This thread isn't as funny as it used to be, and it's basically shallow, grab-a-reference humour dashed of lazily by a bunch of grasping careerists (I've seen you drinking Red Bull-and-vodka in the Met Bar, Radiator Head Child).
Or people who were bored and simply said the 1st things that popped in their head for no other reason than to kill time whilst downloading files.
Although The REAL Natural Born Killers is a funny idea, Bel.
All Dogs Go To Hell
The Dialectical Collectivisation Bears (Polish Import)
The Brown Panther
>Or people who were bored and simply said the 1st things that popped in their head for no other reason than to kill time whilst downloading files.
Oh the savagery. Back in the knife drawer.
The Boring Bears
Marine Mouse and Aqua Cat
The Video Gypsies
>Oh the savagery. Back in the knife drawer.
isn't it best to save the sarcasm for when people actually post something bitchy instead of when people are talking matter of factly?
Gerkins And The Koooooooooooool Katz
Roger Prentice, Apprentice Dentist (now featuring Ginger the oral hygienist!)
ahh Roger Prentice the Apprentic Dentist... how you happily corrupted my youth...
I'm as cool as DJ Kat.