Lampshaded: "Aren't you a little old to be watching cartoons?"
Invoked: Seamus takes — and bombs — an IQ test just after his twelfth birthday so adults won't wonder why he's watching a show he should have given up watching seven or eight years ago.
Exploited: The makers of Chocolate-Frosted Sugar Bombs advertise their product during kids' cartoons, so that the viewers will beg their parents to buy the product.
Defied: "I'm a grown man; I can watch whatever I want to. And right now, I'm feeling just a little bit childish..."
Discussed: "A mark of a good show is that anyone can find it entertaining. It's got simple morality and life-lessons for the kids, some action, and a plot smart enough not to insult their intelligence (and engage their parents/older siblings)."