What ''WhatACartoonShow'' was to ''Creator/CartoonNetwork'', ''Oh Yeah! Cartoons'' was to ''{{Nickelodeon}}''. It was a showcase of cartoons from multiple fresh and up and coming animators at the time. Several of these animators got their big break here thanks to Fred Seibert, founder of Frederator Studios and creator and producer of Oh Yeah Cartoons, What A Cartoon, and the briefly produced Random Cartoons on Nicktoons Network. Of the shorts that appeared on the show only three were made into series by Nickelodeon; Butch Hartman, with his ''TheFairlyOddparents'', Rob Renzetti with ''MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'', and Bill Burnett and Larry Huber, with ''{{Chalkzone}}''.

A few other noteworthy animators who came out of this and were picked up by Nickelodeon and other companies fairly quickly after Oh Yeah! Include SethMacFarlane of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', and Dave Wasson of ''TimeSquad'' and Carlos Ramos of ''TheXs''. Also worthy of mention are Mike Bell, Alex Kirwan, Tim Biskup, Pat Ventura, Steve Marmel, Zac Moncrief, and Vincent Waller; These men are just some of the incredible talent in the animation industry that helped in the creation, writing, and directing of several highly creative, and influential animated series in the recent years since 1998.

!!Tropes applying to Oh Yeah! Cartoons include:

* AffectionateParody: Rob Renzetti's ''The F-Tales'', a satire of ''Series/TheXFiles'' in which [[AnthropomorphicAnimalAdaptation a vixen and a chicken]] investigate FairyTale stories.
* BadassSanta: ''Super Santa''
* BattleCouple: Super Santa and Emma Claus.
* [[ABoyAndHisX A Boy and His Frankenstein Dog]]
* DonutMessWithACop: "A Cop and his Donut"
* FracturedFairyTale: "Tales From The Goose Lady."
* KidWithTheLeash:'' MinaAndTheCount''.
* LeftHanging: "Planet Kate" ended on a CliffHanger and wasn't continued.
* MrsClaus: Is also an ActionGirl in ''Super Santa''.
* PublicDomainSoundtrack: Some of the music used in "Jamal the Funny Frog" was from the classical era.
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: OH! YEAH! CARTOONS!
* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation