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The Cartoon Couch: The Universe of Colonel Bleep

Today the Cartoon Couch takes a look at a forgotten cartoon ‘classic’ from the late 1950’s, Colonel Bleep. First, I’ve got to give a shout-out to Greg Sepelak and Trent Troop of The Isle of Rangoon. I had only heard or read things about this show before they started riffing it on their web series. If …

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The Cartoon Couch: Channel Umptee-3

Today the Cartoon Couch looks at an underground TV station that skewered the television industry. -Seriously though, if you’re not familiar with SCTV, head to your local video store or surf the web for it. You won’t regret it. But no, the show we’ll be spotlighting today is another underground TV channel, Kids’ WB!’s Channel Umptee-3. …

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The Cartoon Couch: Hero 108

On this Cartoon Couch, we’ll be looking at the world of Hero 108. For those who don’t know, Hero: 108 is an European/American animated television series that has aired on Cartoon Network and the Cartoon Network international cable network, and Kabillion OnDemand channel in the United States that was created by Yang-Ming Tarng. The series was …

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The Cartoon Couch: Cartoon Gene

Let’s wax about Out of Jimmy’s Head for a bit, shall we? For the uninitiated, Out of Jimmy’s Head was a live-action/animated television series. It was Cartoon Network’s second live-action/animated television series, the first being Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, and was based on the live-action/animated telefilm Re-Animated that aired on December 8, 2006. It was about …

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The Cartoon Couch: Wake, Rattle and Roll

It’s time for another segment of The Cartoon Couch. In this installment, we’ll be looking back at the Hanna-Barbera syndicated series Wake, Rattle and Roll. Some people may feel that discussing this series here is a cheat, since it’s not technically a cartoon, but Wake, Rattle and Roll did have regular animated segments in every …

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