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What ''WesternAnimation/WhatACartoonShow'' was to ''Creator/CartoonNetwork'', ''Oh Yeah! Cartoons'' was to ''Creator/{{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 Creator/FrederatorStudios and creator and producer of ''Oh Yeah! Cartoons'', ''What A Cartoon'', and the briefly produced ''WesternAnimation/RandomCartoons'' on Creator/{{Nicktoons}} Network. Of the shorts that appeared on the show only three were made into series by Nickelodeon; Creator/ButchHartman, with ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'', Rob Renzetti with ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot''[[note]]The original short was called "My Neighbor was a Teenage Robot".[[/note]], and Bill Burnett and Larry Huber [[note]] who were the producer and executive producer of Oh yeah! cartoons respectively, as well as the creator or co-creator of many shorts [[/note]], with ''WesternAnimation/{{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 Creator/SethMacFarlane of ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'', and Dave Wasson of ''WesternAnimation/TimeSquad'' and Carlos Ramos of ''WesternAnimation/TheXs''. Other noteworthy creators include Mike Bell, Alex Kirwan, Tim Biskup, Pat Ventura, Steve Marmel, Zac Moncrief, and Vincent Waller, 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.

Compare ''WesternAnimation/RandomCartoons'', a similar Nickelodeon anthology show which even got [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime it's own]] MorePopularSpinoff (albeit on [[Creator/CartoonNetwork a different channel]]). Also compare the ''WesternAnimation/NickelodeonAnimatedShortsProgram'', Nickelodeon's non-Frederator incubator, which is shown online.

!!The Shorts:
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[[folder:Season 1 Shorts]]

* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone
* Slap T. Pooch: What Is Funny?
* Jelly's Day
* The F-Tales
* Teddy and Art: 25¢ Trouble
* Cat and Milkman
* Jamal the Funny Frog: Mind the Baby, Jamal
* Thatta Boy
* Hobart: The Weedkeeper
* Protecto 5000
* Ask Edward by Rob Renzetti
* Peter Patrick, Private Investigator
* Max's Special Problem by Dave Wasson
* Tutu the Superina
* Blotto
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: Jack & the Beanstalk
* Twins Crimson
* Olly & Frank
* Apex Cartoon Props
* A Cop & His Donut
* Enchanted Adventures
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents
* Hobart & the Merman
* Super Santa
* Kitty the Hapless Cat
* That's My Pop
* Hubbykins & Sweetiepie
* The Man with No Nose
* Youngstar 3
* Hey Look!
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: The Amazin' River
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: Hamsel and Grande
* The Feelers
* Planet Kate
* Fat Head
* Max & the Pigeon
* Zoomates
* Microcops
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[[folder:Season 2 Shorts]]
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: Rudy's Date
* A Kid's Life
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: Too Many Timmys!
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: The Little Pigs 3
* Freddy Seymore's Amazing Life
* Jamal the Funny Frog: His Musical Moment
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: Where's the Wand?
* Magic Trixie
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: The Egg Who Would Be King
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: Snap Out of Water
* Earth to Obie
* WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount: The Ghoul's Tribunal[[note]] ''Mina and the Count'' was originally part of Creator/{{Cartoon Network}}'s ''WesternAnimation/WhatACartoonShow''. [[/note]]
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: Secret Passages
* Kid from S.C.H.O.O.L.
* WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount: The Vampire Who Came to Dinner
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: Party of Three!
* The Forgotten Toybox: Curse of the Were Baby
* Jelly's Day: Uncle Betty Comes to Visit
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: [=ChalkDad=]
* A Dog & His Boy
* WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount: Playing a Hunch
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: The Fairy Flu!
* Lollygagin
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: The Tortoise & the Hairpiece
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: Chalk Rain
* The Dan Danger Show!
* WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount: My Best Friend
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: The Temp!
* Herb
* Jamal the Funny Frog: Milk Dreams
* Jelly's Day: Aunt Broth's Makeover
* Terry & Chris
* WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount: [=FrankenFrog=]
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: The Zappys!
* Let's Talk Turkey
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: Goldie Locks
* WesternAnimation/ChalkZone: Rapunzel
* Zoey's Zoo: Lots of Ocelots
* [[WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot My Neighbor Was a Teenage Robot]]
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[[folder:Season 3 Shorts]]
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: Super Humor
* The Boy Who Cried Alien!
* Jamal the Funny Frog: Dentist
* The Dan Danger Show!: Danger 101!
* The Tantrum
* Super Santa: Naughty
* Super Santa: South Pole Joe
* Sick -N- Tired: Bug Bite!
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: The Ugly Duck Thing
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: Scouts Honor
* Skippy Spankerton: Hot Tamale Monster Movie Madness!
* Jamal the Funny Frog: Beach
* Super Santa: Vegetation
* Elise Mere Mortal
* A Kid's Life: Picture Perfect
* The Dan Danger Show!: A Lighter Shade of Danger!
* Kameleon Kid
* Jamal the Funny Frog: Camping
* WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents: The Really Bad Day
* Baxter and Bananas: Monkey See Monkey Don't
* WesternAnimation/TalesFromTheGooseLady: A Fisherman, A Fisherman's Wife, and a Fish
* The Dan Danger Show!: A Date with Danger!
* The Semprini Triplets
* WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount: Girl Is Count
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!!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.
* AlliterativeName: "Peter Patrick, P.I." stars a KidDetective named Peter Patrick and his fez-wearing feline sidekick Persian Puss. They both address each other as "P.P."
* AnimatedAdaptation: The short "Hey Look" is an adaptation of a series of comic strips of the same name that Harvey Kurtzman made in the 1940's.
* BadassSanta: ''Super Santa'' depicts Santa Claus as a superhero.
* BattleCouple: Super Santa and Emma Claus both fight crime.
* BelievingTheirOwnLies: Edward from the short "Ask Edward: All About Babies" tells a big lie to his brother about babies coming from eggs laid by the DeliveryStork at the North Pole, but ends up actually believing it when they find an egg near the house after Edward claimed it was impossible for their parents to have another baby.
* ABoyAndHisX: The premise of "Ollie and Frank", which is about a ChildProdigy named Ollie who creates a playful and obedient Frankenstein dog named Frank.
* BumblingDad: "That's My Pop" was about a ChildProdigy bear girl named Naomi and her idiot father.
* CatchPhrase: Slap T. Pooch in "What is Funny?" repeatedly states "Was that funny? I don't know! I'm asking!"
* TheCuckoolanderWasRight:
** At the end of ''The F-Tales'', Chicken Little turns out to be right about the sky falling after spending most of the short coming off as some kind of paranoid conspiracy nut.
** The premise of "Freddy Seymoure's Amazing Life" is that he spends the short telling outlandish and unbelievable stories, like being given a crown by an alien king as a reward for saving his planet by solving a giant puzzle sphere and beating a wrestler by tricking him into devouring his own body. When his dad asks him what happened to his tie and he answers that a monster ate it, it turns out that there actually is a monster ruining Freddy's dad's clothes, which implies that Freddy didn't make up his other stories either.
* DisneyDeath: Mitzi Moth appears to get killed by bug spray in "The Feelers", but eventually comes back to life when Crusty plays the Feelers' recorded song in front of Mr. Katzeneisner.
* DonutMessWithACop: "A Cop and his Donut" was about a cop being partners with a sentient donut.
* FaceHeelTurn: "Thatta Boy" has Thatta Boy's sidekick Polly decide to change allegiances and become a villain near the end of the short.
* FracturedFairyTale: "Tales From The Goose Lady" consists of the Goose Lady forcing two children to listen to bizarre versions of famous fairy tales.
* GenderBlenderName:
** The merman from the ''Hobart'' short "Deep Sea Diva" is named Ethel.
** The "Jelly's Day" short "Uncle Betty's Strange Rash" has Jelly's uncle named Betty.
* GettingCrapPastTheRadar:
** In "Max and the Pigeon Incident", Max at one point accidentally enters a women's restroom through the window. The woman who catches him blows a whistle and accuses him of being a "sicko".
** During Obie's imagination sequence of being in jail for his cereal addiction in "Earth to Obie", one of the inmates can be heard [[PrisonRape referring to Obie as "sweet cheeks" and making kissy sounds]].
** A non-detailed nude pin-up can be seen in the background at one point in the short "Let's Talk Turkey".
* HereWeGoAgain: After the title character finally succeeds in getting his brain back in his head in "Max and his Special Problem", Max then ends up coughing up his heart.
* InterspeciesRomance: In the "Jelly's Day" short "Uncle Betty's Strange Rash", Jelly's Uncle Betty falls in love with a sentient flower.
* KafkaKomedy: The Goose Lady's rendition of ''HanselAndGretel''. Hansel and Gretel are two greedy fat kids who keep trying to eat the Witch's candy house. Every time the Witch tries to stop them, they cry for help and a nearby Woodsman, assuming the Witch is trying to eat the kids, attacks her with his ax. The pattern repeats itself until the Witch's home is nearly entirely gone. [[spoiler: She then constructs a new house made out of liver, which repulses Hansel and Gretel... but it turns out the Woodsman loves liver and starts eating the house while the Witch breaks down into tears.]]
* KarmaHoudini: The Goose Lady from the "Tales from the Goose Lady" shorts never gets punished for preventing the two children from attending school in order to force them to listen to her stories.
* KidWithTheLeash:'' WesternAnimation/MinaAndTheCount'' is all about a little girl having a vampire under her thumb.
* LaughTrack: Recorded laughter is used excessively in "Zoo Mates".
* LeftHanging: The short "Planet Kate" ended on a CliffHanger and wasn't continued, leaving the alien dogs' quest to find the lost city unresolved.
* ManInAKilt: Jelly's Uncle Betty from "Jelly's Day: Uncle Betty's Strange Rash" wears a kilt.
* MirrorRoutine: "Hubbykins vs. Sweetiepie" had Hubbykins attempt to escape his irate wife Sweetiepie by pretending to be her shadow. He succeeds in deceiving her by mimicking her movements until Sweetiepie's real shadow points out that it's really her husband.
* MissConception: "Ask Edward: All About Babies" has Edward and his younger brother Emo get completely inaccurate ideas about where babies come from. Edward first tells his brother that parents get a baby by sending a request form to the stork at the North Pole during Christmas, Easter, or when the tooth fairy comes to claim the lost tooth of one of the children they already have, afterwards the stork will lay an egg that will hatch into a baby after being delivered. When their mother tries to set them straight by having their dad explain the facts of life to them, they only end up thinking that eggs will only contain babies if bees have pollinated them.
* MrImagination: The title character of "Earth to Obie", who pretends that he's at a prison for breakfast cereal mascots while at the supermarket.
* MrsClaus: Is also an ActionGirl in ''Super Santa''.
* NoFourthWall: "What is Funny?" has Slap T. Pooch repeatedly asking the audience whether everything he does and everything that happens to him is funny.
* OurWerebeastsAreDifferent: The short "The Forgotten Toy Box: Curse of the Werebaby" had a selfish and immature man cursed with turning into an adult-sized baby until he learns to act his age after being bitten by an infant.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: The twins Bene and Beckette from "Twins Crimson and Those Amazing Robots". Bene is a boy with blue hair and a blue shirt, while his sister Beckette has pink hair and a pink dress. The trope is also inverted in that Bene wears a pink scarf and Beckette wears a blue ribbon in her hair.
* PublicDomainSoundtrack: Some of the music used in "Jamal the Funny Frog" was from the classical era.
* PunctuatedForEmphasis: OH! YEAH! CARTOONS!
* TheQuietOne: The title character of "Magic Trixie" only has one line of dialogue, two if you count the obligatory clip of the short's main character saying "Oh Yeah! Cartoons".
* TheRenaissanceAgeOfAnimation
* RiseOfZitboy: The premise of the short "Fuzzy Bunny Presents: A Kid's Life", where a girl named Suzy freaks out over having sentient blackheads on her nose the day before the school dance.
* StepfordSmiler: The Goose Lady appears to be one, leading in to her guilt-tripping Dot and Randy into listening to her story in "The Egg Who Would Be King" by pointing out how ridiculous her entire existence is.
-->'''The Goose Lady''': You think this is easy for me? Look at me ''LOOK AT ME! I'M A TALKING GOOSE WITH FAIRY WINGS!'' I'm an outcast! My stories are all I have! (''sobs hysterically'')
* TheTalk: The short "Ask Edward: All About Babies" has Edward mislead his younger brother Emo that babies come from eggs that the stork lays after receiving a baby request form from the parents during Christmas, Easter, or when one of the children they already have has lost a tooth. After Emo and Edward make a scene over their mother cooking an egg they thought was their new little brother, she tries to set them straight with a talk from their father, but that only causes them to assume that eggs only have babies in them after being pollinated by bees.
* TitleDrop: "Hey Look" has several segments of the short begin with the Big Guy or the Little Guy shouting the short's title.
* TitleThemeTune: Besides the show itself, at least one short (Zoey's Zoo) has one of its own.
* VillainSong:
** The Criminally Insane Gingerbread Men in "What is Funny?" briefly sing "Tough Cookies" when Slap T. Pooch finds himself at their mercy.
** The Balloon Goon in "Blotto" sings "Get the Girl into My World" while scheming to steal Blotto's love interest Dotto.
** In "Fuzzy Bunny Presents: A Kid's Life", the sentient zits on Suzy's nose sing "We're the Stinkin' Blackheads".
* WhoEvenNeedsABrain: Type III is demonstrated in the short "Max and his Special Problem", where a man literally sneezes his brain out and has to try and find a way to get his brain back in his head. Aside from twitching every time his brain is poked, he is shown to act perfectly fine without a brain.
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