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Remember those cartoons you watched as a kid? Try summing them up now. For feature films, see the Film entries.


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  • 101 Dalmatians: The Series: Three spotted pups and a chicken guard their farm against a Corrupt Corporate Executive.
  • 101 Dalmatian Street: An abnormally large family of spotted canines somehow run a house by themselves in 21st-century London.
  • 12 oz. Mouse: A Chaotic Neutral Mouse, Man/Woman, No-Eyed Four-Sided Shape, & man who grows corn dogs named Roostere live in a City with No Name that's also a City of Adventure & wonder about a Government Conspiracy.
  • 2 Stupid Dogs: A pair of staggeringly dim-witted canines do stuff.
  • 6teen: A sextet of adolescents hangs around in a shopping center. Misadventures ensue.
  • 64 Zoo Lane: Technicolour zoo animals tell stories to a little girl.
  • The 7D: A bunch of oddball miners work for a queen with clown hair and regularly thwart a reality TV star's schemes.
  • Aaahh!!! Real Monsters: A not-rabbit, a dimwit with terrible hygiene, and an A-student with a funny accent go to a scaring school.
  • Action League NOW!: Toys fight crime, but not very well.
  • Adventure Time: A boy and his dog older brother hang out with princesses, sometimes beat up Tom Kenny, and go on adventures in a magical After the End world. It's Awesome.
    • The episode "I Remember You": Tom Kenny wants to write a song with a vampire, and then realizes he already wrote one for the vampire and forgot about it.
  • Adventures from the Book of Virtues: Two children seek help from four anthropomorphic animals to solve their problems with stories and their virtues.
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  • The Adventures of Abney & Teal: Two rag dolls live on an island with some pieces of wood, a swede and a bubble-blowing sea monster.
  • The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius: A hydrocephalic boy, an asthmatic boy, and a hyperactive psychotic boy have crazy adventures.
  • Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog: Colorful animals harass a fat man. Its most memorable moments are one specific post-show advice segment about touching and a quote by the fat man cropped down to sound like a genital organ.
    • Alternately: A mentally ill and obese inventor copes with his loneliness by building robots that he gives orders to and deluding himself into believing that woodland creatures have become sentient and are out to get him.
  • Adventures of the Galaxy Rangers Four cybernetically-enhanced Space Cowboys team up. They Fight Crime!. The universe itself resembles a cross of the Star Wars Expanded Universe and Clint Eastwood westerns filtered through a generous portion of The '80s.
  • Adventures of the Gummi Bears: Brightly-colored talking ursines ferment berry juice as powerful stimulant/steroid and defend a castle from a nasty duke.
  • Æon Flux: An anarchistic terrorist in bondage gear and her Mad Scientist archnemesis/boyfriend engage in over-the-top, surreal action sequences intercut with Mind Screwy dialog and kinky sex.
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  • Aladdin: The Series: A hobo fights evil with the help of his rich girlfriend, a near-omnipotent comedian, two greedy animals, and a piece of fabric.
  • Alfred J. Kwak: A talking duck has trippy dreams, gets into fights, and interferes with other people's business. Also he kidnaps children a la Pied Piper, but gets away scot-free and this is never acknowledged as a bad thing.
  • Alphablocks: Letters fail to spell words.
  • Alvin and the Chipmunks: A musician encounters large mutant rodents who turn his life into a living hell. He quickly discovers that they're sentient, and neither he nor the audience are ever clued in on why they're tormenting him so much.
  • The Amazing Chan and the Chan Clan: A Chinese stereotype and his 10 kids solve mysteries.
  • The Amazing World of Gumball: The misadventures of a young cat and a goldfish with feet in a town full of mismatched characters.
  • American Dad!: An ordinary American family have general misadventures that includes the father's work and his nerdy son's quest for boob. The family pets include an alien and a talking German goldfish.
  • American Dragon: Jake Long: A "hip" Asian-American teen and his annoying kid sister take up their grandfather's old job.
  • Amphibia: A Thai girl learns about true friendship from some frogs.
    • Or; A Thai girl gets peer pressured into shoplifting a music box by her friends. This leads to them getting transported into a Froglike world. Hilarity, and sometimes Reality, Ensues as they (while separated from each other) try to find a way home.
    • Part 2: While one of the girls drags around a warmonger who now watches reality TV, a really tall guy asks the other two girls to deposit philosophical virtues of life into three Chaos Emeralds.
    • An overly enthusiastic nerd forces her two uninterested friends into an intense LARP.
  • The Angry Beavers: Two pissed-off, amphibious mammals have wacky adventures.
  • Animaniacs: Three Funny Animals of indeterminate species live in a refurbished water storage device and spend their time driving people insane, making fun of their writers, and breaking the Fourth Wall at every given opportunity. Also features shorts of mobster pigeons, a jack-of-all-trades giant chicken, and a Genre Savvy retired actor.
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force: Three giant sentient fast-food items do nothing in particular, even though they're supposed to be detectives. Their antics usually end in the humiliation, injury and death of their overweight Jerkass human neighbor.
  • Archer: A crude and idiotic secret agent squabbles with a group of other secret agents who look like the people who voice them.
  • Arthur: A bunch of anthropomorphic animals, who look nothing like the animals they are supposed to be, learn Aesops. Occasionally, there is an off-the-wall episode, including a Musical Episode. The show's most infamous episode dealt with the main animal attacking his sister.
  • Assy McGee: An ass and a fat guy are Buddy Cops.
  • Atomic Betty: A preteen girl repeatedly saves the universe from a cat.
  • Atomic Puppet: A kid uses a sock puppet to fight a wannabe superhero.
  • Avatar: The Last Airbender: A heavily tattooed kung-fu Dalai Lama, his Inuit pals, a blind Chinese preteen of mass destruction, an angry burn victim, a samurai geisha, and some animals that don't exist (but should) take on Luke Skywalker and his army of arsonists who wear giant shoulderpads.
    • Or A disfigured Troubled, but Cute teenage arsonist chases and harasses underage boy to please Luke Skywalker, gets his butt kicked repeatedly and is dissatisfied when he finally wins.
    • Alternately, a cheerful and brightly-colored children's show about child abuse and genocide.
    • Or A culturally diverse group of kids learn about the evils of imperialism.
    • Or the sex lives of teenagers with a world domination subplot.
    • Or A centennial man with the mind of a 12-year old tries to stop a global superpower from conquering its neighbouring nations while regularly beating up an emotionally troubled burn-victim.
  • The Legend of Korra: A hotheaded teenaged Inuit, a pair of homeless mixed-race athletes, a heavily-tattooed middle-aged man, a rich girl with a sweet car, and more animals that do not exist (but should) try to suppress a civil rights movement led by Steve Blum. Its name was altered twice to avoid confusion with a blockbuster movie about blue aliens and its predecessor's horrible film adaption.
    • Alternatively the son of a farmernote  starts a revolution in the name of social equality, and is opposed by a fascist politician, a teenage immigrant, the daughter of a automobile tycoon, and a pair of professional athletes.
  • The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!: An old guy who wakes up from a 65+ year nap, a rich guy with a lot of toys, a blond, long-haired dude who speaks funny, a really strong yet really cranky fellow, a scientist and his flighty girlfriend, an archery fanatic and a guy who dresses like a big cat all get together and... you guessed it... They Fight Crime!! Later, an occasionally radiant Army major joins them, as does an emotionally defective machine.
  • Baby Jake: 5-years old kid imagines his baby brother having adventures.
  • The Backyardigans: Three colorful mammals, one colorful antarctic bird and one colorful alien run around their backyard and pretend to be whatever comes to mind.
  • Babar: European-tutored African monarch leads his people against slaving warlord.
  • Bao: A Chinese housewife lives through a weird yet heartrending version of The Gingerbread Man.
  • Batman: The Animated Series: A highly athletic orphan and his immigrant friend must keep an eye on various mental defectives with snazzy fashion sense in a town where people still think it's the 1940s.
  • Batman Beyond: A teenager volunteers to be tutored by a reclusive elderly billionaire, putting his social and family life on hold while avoiding questions about what they do together.
  • The Batman: An athletic orphan dresses up as an animal and fights crime with a ridiculous assortment of gadgets against people with weird fashion tastes, including one Ax-Crazy guy with red eyes, green dreadlocks, a straitjacket, and a creepy voice. Oh, and the sky is always red.
  • Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Rich Man has many friends and is suddenly incapable of doing his job alone.
    • Or to be fair: Rich Man brings back weird and Campy elements which had long ago been discredited from his character. Decides he likes hanging around with his many, many friends. Then, They Fight Crime!!
    • The episode "Mitefall": Mutant bug-man convinces local vigilante of murdering two artificially created children with his mind on the grounds of saving the universe. The bug-man then is hailed as a hero for murdering two young children who displayed a full capacity to feel emotion and no malice whatsoever. It then turns out the children weren't apocalypse maidens afterall, and the universe was going to die no matter what happened. Everybody decides to still blame them for lulz, and then the universe dies.
    • The episode "Mayhem of the Music Meister": A Musical Episode of the above show, featuring a previous supervillain voicing the supervillain. Perks include the entire cast of the local insane asylum participating in a musical number and a hero/villain conga line.
  • Beast Wars: Transforming Mecha become cyborgs because their fuel source is poison to them, reenact historical events on an alien world while Sufficiently Advanced Aliens get pissed that they're ruining their petri dish.
    • Alternatively, A gorilla, a cheetah, a rhinoceros, a rat, a velociraptor, a tiger, a falcon, a manta ray and a wolf/eagle hybrid are fighting against a tyranosaurus rex, a scorpion, a pterodactyl, a tarantula, a wasp, a black widow spider, a fire ant and a scorpion/cobra hybrid. The T-Rex eventually wanted to alter time so the heroic truck would have lost the war against his enemy the gun.
    • Beast Machines: The surviving Transforming Mecha fight robots ruled by a giant floating head, all the while acting as a parable for living in our modern technological society.
  • Beavis and Butt-Head: Two phenomenally stupid high school heshers irritate everyone they come into contact with, including each other. Their most notable trait is their tendency to chortle hysterically at the slightest sign of a (usually unintentional) double-entendre.
  • Beetlejuice: A teenage girl is best friends with a dead con artist.
  • Ben 10: A boy with a tricked-out wristwatch, his affirmative-action girl cousin, and a retired Man in Black fight space Cthulhu while touring the USA.
  • Beware the Batman: Orphan billionaire never sleeps, drinks his meals and fights villains, while his bald Butler says he needs help and hires a ninja to drive him around.
  • Beverly Hills Teens: High schoolers live the high life. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Big Buck Bunny: Three naughty rodents learn why they should Beware the Nice Ones.
  • Big City Greens: Hillbilly Simpsons lookalikes with no noses move to a big city creatively named Big City.
  • Biker Mice from Mars: Funny Animal Harley Davidson enthusiasts fight against alien fish.
  • Billy Dilley's Super Duper Subterranean Summer: A roundfaced kid with a Funny Afro traps him and his classmates underground by literally cutting the cheese. His pet rat barely gives a shit about them for the entire show.
  • Bing: Rabbit does mundane things, such as peeing on a blanket.
  • Bob's Burgers: A sweaty loser runs a failing business while dealing with a drunk wife and three kids who can't stay out of trouble.
  • Blue's Clues: A dog and her owner solve mysteries together.
  • Bluey: An Australian cattle dog drags her family into various role-playing games.
  • Boj: Bilby creates and solves problems by being Australian.
  • BoJack Horseman: A soap opera about a depressed talking horse and his peers in the entertainment world.
  • Bonkers: A nutty cartoon star loses his acting job and becomes a policeman.
  • The Boondocks: Inner-city black family moves into a suburban white neighborhood, and learn a thing or two about race relations.
  • Bo on the Go!: A girl and a dragon get robbed or inconvenienced in every episode, and they always bribe the culprit with whatever they stole except cooler to stop doing it. It apparently promotes physical activity.
  • Boy Girl Dog Cat Mouse Cheese: Two biologically impossible families join to become one biologically impossible blended family.
  • Bravestarr: A Native American with mystical powers and joined by a cyborg horse becomes the law.
  • The Brothers Flub: A pair of brothers deliver stuff to various worlds for their greedy boss. Notable for having a very infamous theme song.
  • Bubble Guppies: Bushroot is a talking fish who teaches a Wacky Homeroom of four-year-old mermaids about rock and roll, planets, construction, restaurants and other topics, each with catchy songs.
  • Bunnicula: A undead lagomorph finds endlessly creative ways to scare the shit out of a cat.
  • Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: Overtly correct guy, Rebellious Princess, hyperactive child, and clumsy Ascended Fanboy. They Fight Crime!.
    • A defictionalization of a television show IN SPACE mentioned in a movie. Also spawned a direct-to-video movie, featuring a song during the end credits by William Shatner.
  • Camp Lazlo: A hyperactive, absurdly friendly and forgiving monkey, a high-strung elephant with a funny accent, and a savant rhinoceros go to summer camp. Among their friends are an angry platypus with a deep voice, a neurotic guinea pig with allergies, and an overworked slug. The camp is, rather appropriately, called Kidney.
  • Captain N: The Game Master: Teenager lives out every child's dream by being sucked into a video game world. None of the characters look like they do in the games.
  • Captain Planet and the Planeteers: A Five-Token Band with a custom-made set of friendship rings and a mulleted superhero with too many powers and too many weaknesses save the environment.
  • Carmen Sandiego: A girl who only wears one color fights crime with other crime.
  • Castlevania (2017): An adaptation of a classic NES game only with more gore and anime aestetics.
    • A grieving husband lashes out against the world for the murder of his wife. His son teams up with a drunkard and a mage to kill him.
  • CatDog: Siamese twins go on wacky adventures while dealing with their asshole roommate and a gang of three mean, anthropomorphic dogs.
    • OR: A pair of twins have their lives made miserable by everyone they know, including each other. It's a comedy for children.
  • Catscratch: An ambitious black cat, a Not-Actually-Scottish Cat, and a dim cat inherit their owner's fortune and use it to buy lots of root beer.
  • Celebrity Deathmatch: Some of the most well-known people settle their differences within a wrestling ring. Many are not actual wrestlers.
  • ChalkZone: A buck-toothed kid discovers a world where erased chalk drawings live like normal people.
  • Challenge Of The Go Bots: Sentient robots from another planet bring their civil war to earth, where they transform their bodies into earth vehicles so as to disguise their presence from humans when necessary. It is not the Transformers.
  • Charlie and Lola: Girl annoys her brother.
  • The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show: Adventures of a manic-depressive, a diva-in-training, an immature philosopher, an artistic prodigy, a tomboy with her possible future life partner and a canine who always steals the show.
  • Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers: Rodents and an insect fight crime.
  • Chop Chop Ninja: Super-Deformed ninjas fight a witch who looks and sounds like a man to get medallions. Oh, and it's the Animated Adaptation of an iOS game.
  • Chop Socky Chooks: A group of poultry practicing martial arts protects a city from an evil blob of paste.
  • Chowder: Mix-and-Match Critters, monsters, and various caricatures living in a whacked-up fantasy world cook, and have many insane adventures. It is also important to note that half of the inanimate objects, and most of the food they cook, are sentient.
  • Clarence: Three kids go on adventures where nothing happens.
  • Class of 3000: A musician quits his job and becomes a teacher. His Wacky Homeroom have various adventures.
  • Classic Disney Shorts: The lives of a really nice guy, a really clumsy guy, and a really short-tempered guy. And sometimes their girlfriends and pets.
    • The Three Little Pigs: A trio of fat, gluttonous farm animals build their own independent abodes to avoid getting eaten for dinner by a doglike vagabond with extremely powerful lung capacity. Only one actually stops him.
    • The Band Concert: Nice guy gets frustrated when short-tempered guy attempts to screw up his performance.
    • The Sorcerer's Apprentice: Nice guy summons a broom to do his bidding when his boss is away. This wasn't a really smart thing for him to do.
    • Der Fuehrer's Face: Short-tempered guy goes bonkers while working for Hitler. Turns out it's All Just a Dream.
    • Mickey Mouse (2013): The nice guy, and sometimes his friends, go on Denser and Wackier adventures.
  • Clerks: The Animated Series: Two guys who are rude to customers get involved with crazy stuff.
  • The Cleveland Show: A black guy moves and with his new family he gets into hijinks similar to those he encountered before he moved.
  • Clone High: Amusing genetic copies of historical figures vie for each other's affections, and apparently John Stamos is all about helping people.
  • Clutch Cargo: The continuing stories of a man, a boy, and their dog. They cannot move any part of their anatomies except their lips.
  • Code Lyoko: Nerdy kid opens a Pandora's box in the form of a Reality Altering Super Computer, finds a cute AI inside, resolves to drag three random classmates along to save the girl, her father, and the world from an evil AI akin to Skynet (two out of three ain't bad). Also, time travel removes all consequences of social stupidity and class cutting, except within the Unresolved Sexual Tension laden hero relationships.
  • Coconut Fred's Fruit Salad Island: A sentient fruit annoys other sentient fruit in a high-budget Mockbuster of a Nickelodeon series. To the main character's voice actor, it's as bad as it sounds.
  • Code Monkeys: Video game sprites make video games in The '80s.
  • Codename: Kids Next Door: Child Soldiers battle tyrants and criminals in this wacky comedy.
    • Or: Unsupervised children wage war on anyone who's older than them and any form of authority.
  • Cool McCool: Super Spy battles weird villains. Sometimes he thinks about his father, a law enforcement agent.
  • Count Duckula: Vegetarian Vampire Duck with vaguely American accent and his servants have a series of misadventures while trying to become famous.
  • Courage the Cowardly Dog: A jumpy pink dog from Kansas with a misleading name protects an old lady from monsters. Her husband doesn't like the dog very much.
  • Cow and Chicken: A couple gives birth to a bovine and a bird. The two siblings deal with a sadistic man without pants while the audience gets weirded and/or grossed out.
  • Creature Comforts A series of mock interviews that are actually real interviews, featuring the voice talents of whatever random people in the general public the studio can get a microphone to.
  • The Critic: A short, overweight, and bald New York television personality has to put up with an overbearing boss, a snarky hairdresser, his nasty ex-wife, and countless examples of bad cinema.
  • The Crumpets: A pink-nosed talking baby seeks to get all his mother's love by beating, ruling or eliminating his 141 siblings and his father. His supercentenarian grandmother likes to make money recklessly. After the first two seasons, a Retool completely shifted the spotlight to a group of teenagers.
    • Or: Two teenage girls are desperately attracted to their crushes, including a high school rock star and an actor who is similarly named from a real one. One of these girls is especially obsessed with the dim-witted brother of the other girl. The girls have crazy strategies to get the men love them while risking Amusing Injuries and bad luck. After season 2, the girls are now regular friends with their main crushes, but they're no longer insanely drawn to them.
    • Or: The aforementioned parents, which are an Bungling Inventor and a Caring Gardener with a sex life together, struggle with newly-built machines that fail their purpose and meeting each other's ends, as well as for their eccentric children.
    • Or: Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends and The Loud House with some Kaeloo-styled humor and adult jokes in the first two seasons.
  • Cyberchase: Three kids travel inside the Internet with a robotic bird. Together, they must stop an evil Elvis impersonator from taking over the Internet using mathematics and common sense.
  • Cybersix: Artificially created superhero crossdresser, battles mutants with the help of big cat and some guy.
  • Danger & Eggs A daredevil and a safety-obsessed version of Humpty Dumpty do a bunch of stuff at the park.
  • Danger Mouse: A hamster and a one-eyed mouse with an incredibly Cool Car fight crime.
  • Danny Phantom: Freak lab accident causes a teenage boy to become not quite undead. This leads him to fight crime caused by dead people alongside his two best friends and, eventually, his older sister. Also, the Big Bad wants to bang the hero's mom.
  • Dan Vs.: The adventures of a short-tempered jerk with a persecution complex.
    • Or: A short guy pursues petty vendettas.
  • Daria: A cynic, with a swearing father and a workaholic mother, makes fun of everything while her sibling runs a fashion club where people wear the same thing all the time.
  • Darkwing Duck: A Funny Animal who thinks he's Batman balances fighting crime with being a single dad.
  • Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines: Three men and a dog in Cool Planes chase a pigeon.
  • Dave the Barbarian: A cowardly muscleman, his two sisters, his talking sword, and their crazy uncle house-sit while their parents are away on a business trip. Oh, and did we mention the main villain is a pig?
  • DC Animated Universe: Decade of plots spans four series before being fully resolved. Eventually, some super dudes and dudettes make friends with each other.
  • Detention: A group of sixth graders have wacky adventures that result in them being sent to the confinement room of the show's title.
  • Detentionaire: A teenager continuously breaks out of detention to prove that he shouldn't be in detention, becoming a conspiracy theorist in the process.
  • Dexter's Laboratory: Boy gets tormented by his older sister, who manages to bypass all things he builds to avoid her. The boy also has a rival, whose true name is Susan.
    • Dial M For Monkey: The adventures of the boy's pet as a superhero.
    • The Justice Friends: A trio of superhero expies star in a sitcom. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Di-Gata Defenders Four teenagers barely past puberty must save their homeworld from invasion by evil nation of pod people. Utilises magic spells and real world science with interesting results. Heavily anime influenced.
  • Dinosaucers: Heroic alien dinosaurs babysit Ineffectual Sympathetic Villains. Continuity just barely exists.
  • Dinosaur Train: Preschooler show about extinct reptiles taking a time-travelling vehicle to study paleontology.
  • Dinotrux: Giant robot dinosaurs use The Power of Friendship to protect their home.
  • Doc McStuffins: A girl starts her own clinic. Among the staff are a lamb, a dragon, a hippo, a snowman, and a fish.
  • Dora the Explorer: A girl goes on adventures with a monkey and the help of the viewers watching at home.
    • Go, Diego, Go!: A boy and his pet jaguar go on missions to rescue animals, also with the help of the viewers.
  • Doug: Ridiculously Average Guy writes in his journal about his life in a town filled with really colorful folks.
  • The Dragon Prince: Two princes and an assassin who tried to kill them must deliver a baby to its mother. Meanwhile, a man attempts to start a war with the help of his invisible friend.
  • Drawn Together: Cartoon characters live in a house and kill, maim and sleep with each other while making fun of dead babies.
  • The Dreamstone: A big, scary whatever constantly fails to steal a rock.
  • Duck Dodgers: A Small Name, Big Ego arrives in the future and becomes a starship captain with a stuttering sidekick. Fights a man that has a broom on his head. Features Tom Jones on the opening theme.
  • DuckTales (1987): A rich old man and his nephew's nephews have adventures.
  • Dynomutt Dog Wonder: A man dressed as a bird and his dim-witted dog fight crime. The dim-witted dog is the star of the show.
  • Earthworm Jim: Homer Simpson is a worm in a spacesuit, who saves the world with the help of a puppy who regularly hulks out on him (actually, that generally sums it up).
  • Ed, Edd n Eddy: Three similarly named boys try conning their neighbors in order to buy candy. Humiliation ensues.
  • Elliott from Earth: A kid and his mom move to a new place with an extinct animal, which they can understand because of some alien frogs.
  • El Tigre: A Mexican boy in a cat costume and his Genki Girl friend fight/cause crime.
  • Evil Con Carne: A Brain in a Jar with a Big Dumb Body attempts to conquer the world. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Exo Squad: The Solar system is overrun by Cloning Blues and a daring bunch of Humongous Mecha pilots set out to save humanity.
  • The Fairly OddParents: A hyperactive bucktoothed kid in a pink hat acquires a pair of shape-shifting magical goldfish who defend him from the local nasty babysitter, school bully, and Sadist Teacher, while frequently giving him lessons in Be Careful What You Wish For which he always forgets.
  • Family Guy: A fat slob, his attractive wife, their lazy son, unpopular daughter, evil talking baby and talking dog all go on adventures.
  • Famous Fred: A cat dies. It gets a funeral.
  • Fangbone!: A Barbarian Hero becomes an exchange student to hide a wizard's toe.
  • Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids: The Anvilicious adventures of a grotesquely obese African American kid and his friends who hang around in a Philadelphia junkyard.
  • Fillmore!: Middle schoolers act like characters in a 1970s cop show.
  • Final Space: A spaceman and Tom Kenny travel throughout the universe alongside a giant laser-shooting green M&M, an alien cat fursona, a black Hot Scientist Action Girl and Wheatley's Chinese knockoff as they attempt to stop giant space monsters.
  • Fish Hooks: SpongeBob SquarePants: The Teen Years.
  • The Flintstones: Pre-historic Honeymooners.
  • Flying Rhino Junior High: An evil genius, bent on revenge due to receiving a D in shop class many years before, lives in a school basement with his talking rat sidekick and alters reality with the use of a super computer he built. And the school's principal is a rhino. And the janitor is a pig. And a spy.
  • Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends: A young boy hangs out in a large Victorian mansion with imaginary creatures, including a blue prankster with a psychopathic streak, a big purple Spanish monster, a 10-foot-tall red thing that lost an arm in a basketball-related incident, and what seems to be a combination between a palm tree, a bird and an airplane.
    • Good Wilt Hunting: The red thing runs away from home to play basketball with the guy who caused him to lose his arm and run away from the guy who imagined him.
    • Destination Imagination: The girl who takes care of the imaginary friends runs away to hang out with a very lonely guy. They don't like it when the imaginary friends come join them.
  • Freakazoid!!: Nerd gets superpowers while losing sanity. Eventually, insanity dilutes into everyone else, including the audience.
  • Freaktown: A skeleton, a bug, and a witch have adventures in their icky hometown while annoying a princess, a teddy bear, a unicorn, and a pixie trying to conquer it.
  • Frisky Dingo: An idiotic nude vows to destroy the world but never quite gets around to it. His even-more idiotic nemesis treats his psycho girlfriend like crap. Their employees attempt to stiff the two as much as possible.
  • Frosty the Snowman: A big-nosed guy with 350G's tells the story of a living pile of frozen water.
  • The Fruitties: Sentient edible plants that live in a volcano make friends with a human girl and have adventures.
  • Futurama: A pizza delivery boy goes on a one-way trip. He meets and befriends a physically deformed orphan and an alcohol-fueled criminal. They all quit their jobs to work for the delivery boy's senile nephew.
    • Alternately: A Work Com about the oddball staff of an inept delivery service in the year 3000.
    • Or: A man is the most important person in the universe because he slept with his grandmother.
    • Movies:
      • Bender's Big Score: Nudists mind control a drunk and make him steal stuff while a pizza boy gets into time travelling shenanigans because his love interest is dating another version of him.
      • The Beast with a Billion Backs: The pizza boy founds a religion based around Hentai from another dimension while the drunk joins a Smoky Gentlemen's Club to stop the pizza boy from going to Heaven.
      • Bender's Game: The drunk's usage of his imagination drives him insane while an old guy attempts to stop his ex-girlfriend from making money off alien poop. The two events colliding causes everyone to reenact the works of J.R.R. Tolkien.
      • Into the Wild Green Yonder: The pizza boy joins a secret society of crazy hobos led by an Ascended Extra and his love interest joins a group of environmentalists led by a feminist who sounds like a man; both to stop a rich Chinese man from building a mini-golf course. There's also a plot about the drunk dating a mob boss' wife, but that disappears a quarter of the way in.
  • Future-Worm!: A time-traveling mutant earthworm man and a Child Prodigy band together in sci-fi hijinks. Oh, and their time machine is made from a lunchbox.
  • Galactik Football: Recovering magic steroid addict recruits 8 kids to play space soccer, bad dubbing ensues. No one ever goes to school.
  • Galaxy High: Two teenagers get sent to a school for aliens and have their social statuses turned upside down.
  • Garfield and Friends: Nerdy, depressed cartoonist with poor social skills is excited by the most boring things imaginable. His lazy Deadpan Snarker cat and dumb dog go along for the ride. Said cartoonist seems to think he's having conversations with his cat's thoughts. These are interrupted by segments of talking animals on a farm all with their own extreme personality disorder.
    • The Garfield Show: The cartoonist's cat has adventures with tons on recurring characters such as a witch, an Italian chef, a food critic, a preteen genius and the cartoonist's aunt who is hated by everyone, while costantly breaking the fourth wall to convince viewers that this is the best cartoon ever made.
  • Gargoyles: Evil billionaire rebuilds family heirloom on top of New York City skyscraper, unleashes Noble Demon creatures that really don't like to get up in the morning.
    • Legendary creatures are constantly outsmarted by a rich man with a ponytail. He becomes their ally after they help him fend off the king of the fairies.
    • Disney cartoon following the misadventures of a family of mythical creatures from the Middle Ages who must adjust to life in present-day Manhattan. All of which is Played for Drama (mostly).
    • Statues come to life and try to prevent humans from killing each other. Their enemies include a renegade living statue, the world's oldest Scotsman, a group of television stars, characters from Shakespeare, a Mad Scientist trying to create more living statues, a cybernetic zombie with split personalities, Greek and Norse gods, a 100 year-old gangster, a money-obsessed clone, Nazis, a sorcerer in a time loop, a gluttonous spider, an alien-hunting alien, and any number of robots and ghosts.
  • Generator Rex: A mutant boy works for a mutant-fighting government faction in a world where everybody and everything already is a mutant.
  • George of the Jungle: Muscleheaded klutz lives in wilderness with a enormous pet, a chattering bird, a smart primate and a hot redhead. Goofiness ensues.
    • Super Chicken: A socialite tries to fight crime after drinking martinis, and glibly ignores the complaints of his long-suffering sidekick.
    • Tom Slick: A professional driver who doesn't know when to quit travels around the world.
  • G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero: Patriotic soldiers fight the good fight against terrorists. Neither side can hit the broad side of a barn. The main bad guy has "RETREAT!" as his Catchphrase.
  • The Godzilla Power Hour: A giant lizard lets a boatful of people babysit his special-needs nephew.
  • Godzilla: The Series: A scientist goes on adventures with his son, who happens to be a giant lizard. Also contains a robot that has the same luck as Kenny.
  • Goof Troop: An Abusive Parent forces a Good Parent to do his bidding. Meanwhile, a well-cared-for kid forces a mistreated kid to do his bidding. Hilarity Ensues.
    • Or, alternatively, a show where almost every episode involves fat guys being tortured.
  • Gormiti: The Lords of Nature Return: Evil lava men try to conquer the island they live in, accidentally causing natural catastrophes in a single American town in the meanwhile. Four kids from the aforemented town transform into elemental golems to stop them.
  • Gravedale High: Rick Moranis becomes a teacher at a high school for monsters. And the vampire is friends with a werewolf.
  • Gravity Falls:
    • Twins live with their creepy uncle in the middle of nowhere. Weird stuff happens.
    • Alternatively, A Grumpy Old Man runs a tourist trap by day and does shady things in his basement at night. Meanwhile, Polar Opposite Twins deal with the Monster of the Week.
    • Con artist spends years trying to get three books thanks to a series of events that started when a researcher had a dream about a talking triangle. In the present, twins on summer vacation deal with horrors such as: a secret society devoted to forgetting stuff, zombies that are weak to karaoke, golf ball-people, a pile of candy, a jerkass unicorn, and a dating sim character.
  • The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy: A no-nonsense girl and a life-loving boy prevent a thin man from doing his job.
  • Grojband: A bunch of kids write songs by driving a mean teenage girl crazy.
  • Grossology: Two kids battle Nausea Fuel-themed supervillainy, educating the audience in the process.
  • Hammerman: A superhero version of MC Hammer with a pair of sentient magical shoes battles villains with his dance moves and rap.
  • Harvey Beaks: A bird plays with demons.
  • Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law: Former superhero becomes a defense attorney for cartoon characters from the '60s and '70s.
  • He-Man and the Masters of the Universe: A prince constantly clashes with a Large Ham with a skull for a face.
  • Hey Arnold!: A Marty Stu solves problems around his neighborhood. Meanwhile, one of his bullies goes insane over her crush on him.
  • Here Comes the Grump: A boy, a girl and their pet travel around while a jerk follows them.
  • Hi Hi Puffy Amiyumi: Two Japanese chicks with weird hair travel around in their bus playing rock music and getting into weird hijinks.
  • Hilda: A child encounters a variety of bizzare creatures from old myths who try and kill her most of the time.
  • Histeria!: An eccentric cast consisting of two old people, a flatulent baby, a ditzy tour guide, a man with really tall pants, and some wacky kids star in comedy sketches with historical figures.
  • The Hollow: Three kids Wake Up In A Room and learn what happens when you play too many video games.
    • Or: Arguing: The Cartoon.
  • Home Movies: A feminine ADD-riddled kid makes movies with a fat kid & masculine girl. He also takes advice from his fat middle-aged coach, whose only pick up line is to ask women if their father was fat.
  • Hot Wheels Acceleracers: A Merchandise-Driven series about a bunch of racers who drive improbable cars and fight robots. In the second series, one of the bad guys is the lead's father. In the third installment, the helper AI looks a lot like Cortana and they fight furries too. The movies and series are made by some people who made a show about people who live in your computer, and other people who made a series about incompetent supervillains and knights with airplanes.
  • House of Mouse: A bunch of cartoon characters go to a night club to watch cartoons.
    • Mickey's House of Villains: A bunch of criminals kick out the owners of the nightclub and take over to watch slightly scarier cartoons.
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas!: A green guy annoyed with a very happy time of the year tries to stop many people's joy by stealing everything from them. He decides that he should help them at the end.
    • Halloween Is Grinch Night: A bunch of animals can't knock off their racket, so the green guy goes down a mountain to vent his frustration on the peaceful community he stole from.
  • The Huckleberry Hound Show: An oddly-colored canine gets punched and sings folk music.
  • I Am Weasel: An idiot with a big butt tries to outdo a God-Mode Sue. Hilarity Ensues. Occasionally, an insane crossdresser with no pants appears too.
  • Infinity Train: Some people get on a train, but learn they can't get off until they talk about their feelings.
    • Book 1: A girl copes with her parents' divorce by taking a long train ride.
    • Book 2: A demon from another dimension rampages through a train, tries to steal an innocent person's life, murders an officer of the law, and gets a boyfriend.
    • Book 3: A troubled cult leader adopts a turtle and must protect it from her psychotic incel boyfriend.
    • Book 4: Two ambiguously gay childhood friends are angry at each other, but also bond by getting angry at a hotel concierge bell.
  • Insektors: A civilization of colorful insects struggles against a mechanized pollution-clogged empire's attempts to exterminate them. Said empire aims to accomplish this by uprooting flowers and using mechanized frogs.
  • Inspector Gadget: Cyborg detective accidentally thwarts a Diabolical Mastermind's attempts to kill him. His niece and his dog do the rest of his work for him.
  • Invader Zim: A short megalomaniac and his idiotic robot slave from a society where height determines rank tries to conquer/destroy the ultimate Crapsack World while being opposed by the ultimate Butt-Monkey. Also involves pigs and monkeys. And doom.
    • Invader Zim: Enter the Florpus: The megalomaniac tries to show his work to his leaders who he admires. The leaders decide to kill him instead. The day is saved by the Butt-Monkey, his sister and their father who thinks he hallucinated the whole thing.
  • Iron Man: Armored Adventures: Remember Teen Tony? 'Cause we're making an All-CGI Cartoon using the same idea!
  • Jackie Chan Adventures: An archaeologist and his family fight criminals and demons with the power of magic and kung-fu. His niece gets on his nerves.
  • Jane and the Dragon: With the help of a lizard she just met, a girl sets off to become a knight. Also features wolves that don't like to appear on screen, and a cast of jesters and handmaidens that seem to wear only one outfit ever.
  • Jelly Jamm: Human Aliens live in a world where music is so important that time literally stops if all the music stops playing, but a lot of the adventures they have surprisingly don't have that much to do with music a lot of the time.
  • Jem: Based on a line of dolls in The '80s during The Dark Age of Animation. To get control of her father's company back from a Corrupt Corporate Executive, a Mad Scientist's Beautiful Daughter becomes a pink-haired Idol Singer, and her younger biological and adopted sisters become her back-up band. They all deal with a crush from the Idol Singer's boyfriend, the annoying punk band that the Corrupt Corporate Executive hired, and everyone's gigantic crazy hair.
    • Alternately: A hard-luck Los Angeles orphan magically moonlights as a Mary Sue rock star.
  • The Jetsons: The life and times of a family, who live very comfortable lives even though the patriarch constantly loses his job.
  • Jimmy Two-Shoes: A pollyanna runs around Hell annoying Satan, with the Anti-Antichrist and a Mad Scientist with a yandere-level crush on him.
  • Johnny Bravo: Good-looking but sleazy Elvis impersonator who lives with his mother gets into weird hijinks and gets beat up by nearly every woman he meets.
  • Johnny Test: A pair of scientists supply high-tech weaponry to a volatile maniac and his best friend (who, by the way, is a dog). The government fails to put a stop to this.
  • Jonny Quest: A scientist and his bodyguard take two children on life-threatening adventures.
  • KaBlam!!: A disaster-prone boy and a cute yet sarcastic girl host a show containing many different cartoons.
  • Kaeloo: A girl with a Jekyll & Hyde complex forces an idiot, a drug-addicted God-Mode Sue with the same powers as Kenny McCormick, and an Ax-Crazy sadomasochistic psychopath with whom she has Unresolved Sexual Tension to play children's games with her. Occasionally, their equally insane neighbors (who have no reason to be there) may also show up.
  • Kappa Mikey: A teenage actor goes to Japan to star in an Affectionate Parody of Anime.
  • Kid Cosmic: 4 humans and a cat play with some rocks. Then a bunch of foreigners come over to try and stop them from playing with rocks. Their reaction is to beat up those foreigners. After the end of the first season, everybody gets a rock of their own to play with.
  • Kid vs. Kat: A boy must stop his sister's pet from taking over the world. Nothing ever goes right for him.
  • Kidd Video: A rip-off of Yellow Submarine for the The '80s.
  • Kim Possible: Schoolgirl who takes on a lot of extra work ends up dating her best friend since pre-school. Fans read lesbian subtext into Disney cartoon, creators are happy to oblige.
  • King Arthur & the Knights of Justice: Merlin recruits an American football team and their waterboy to protect Camelot and find lost keys.
  • King Arthur's Disasters: A king constantly fails to satisfy a Rich Bitch.
  • King of the Hill: It's like The Simpsons in Texas, and it tries to show how Texans are just like everyone else. So it's like The Simpsons.
    • Or: A man really interested in fuels has to deal with things outside of his comfort zone. His friends include a conspiracy theorist, a hard to understand Kavorka Man, and a guy who became a depressed creep after his life went to hell.
    • "Hank's Unmentionable Problem:" A man takes a crap. Beethoven's 9th plays.
  • Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts: A girl tries to beat Fallout by maxing out her speech skill. Her munchkin friend does not approve of this plan.
  • Lazer Tag Academy: Teenage chick goes back in time to help her teenage great great whatever grandparents save the future. Has a gun that shoots light.
  • League of Super Evil: A midget, a Mad Scientist, a Chummy Commie, and a Hellhound try to take over the world by poking poodles.
  • Legion of Super-Heroes: A teenage version of history's most famous superhero fights crime in the distant future with a gigantic group of other superpowered adolescents.
  • Les Sisters: A Phoneaholic Teenager and her annoying little sister come up with hare-brained schemes to get whatever they want. Amusing Injuries and property damage ensue.
  • Let's Go Luna!: Some kids explore the world with the guidance of a humongous rock from space.
  • Liberty's Kids: The American Revolution for kids!
  • The Life and Times of Juniper Lee: A girl keeps peace among monsters Invisible to Normals.
  • Life's a Zoo: Seven dysfunctional Funny Animals compete for a mansion and completely trash it in the process. No one ever gets eliminated from the competition.
  • Lilo & Stitch: The Series: Pokémon Sun and Moon: The Heavily Disneyfied Version with 183 fewer Mons to catch.
  • Linus the Lionhearted: A number of commercial mascots for a cereal company engage in wacky adventures.
  • The Lion Guard: A boy and his friends make sure that people are eating each other in moderation.
  • Little Einsteins: A band has world tours, but still needs the viewer's help.
  • Littlest Pet Shop (2012): An aspiring fashion designer gets a part-time job as a pet sitter.
  • Looney Tunes: Ensemble piece featuring the adventures of an overtly smart rabbit, wacky fowl with bad luck, a stuttering swine, Extreme Omnivore marsupial, a smelly Don Juan, an unlucky persistent canine, and a rooster with a mean streak.
  • The Loud House: A white-haired kid is rapidly outnumbered by his sisters.
  • Lucy, the Daughter of the Devil: A trio of extremely violent clergymen travel to San Francisco in an attempt to hunt down and kill the Antichrist, a female barkeeper who is genuinely indifferent to her father's comically ill thought-out evil plans. Unless they involve dildos (don't ask). Also, Jesus is a DJ.
  • MAD: Robot Chicken for kids.
  • Mad Jack the Pirate: a snarky captain and his single crewman sail to odd locations. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Magic Adventures of Mumfie A talking elephant, talking scarecrow and flying pig go on adventures.
  • The Magic School Bus: A crazy red-haired woman regularly subjects elementary-aged children to life-threatening situations without the knowledge of their parents. Protests from the children are usually ignored or glibly dismissed.
  • Making Fiends: A little girl is cheerfully oblivious to the fact that her hometown sucks and her best friend wants to kill her.
  • The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack: A boy, his stepmother whale, and a washed-up pirate with prosthetic hands live in a run-down harbor town where weird and disturbing things happen, and search for candy and/or adventure.
  • Masha and The Bear: A Russian circus artist can't enjoy his retirement because a little girl that lives nearby annoys him.
  • Matt's Monsters: A man who is unable to tell that his son's goth friend is a girl catches monsters while his wife works on advertising their job.
  • Mega Man: The adventures of a robot, his sister with a vacuum cleaner for a hand, and his dog that acts like Scooby-Doo. He has encounters with lion men, monster movie robots, and his brother.
  • Megas XLR: Lovable slacker from New Jersey refurbishes a Humongous Mecha from the future that he finds in a dump. Aliens want to steal the mecha for their own purposes. Lots of things explode.
  • Metalocalypse: A well-off group of famed, socially inept musicians enjoy the ups and downs of their above-the-law status, while a board of powerful figures think they're a force to be reckoned with and attempt to stop them. The bands manger is a Magnificent Bastard ninja-accountant. Hilarity Ensues and a clown does cocaine.
  • The Midnight Gospel: A shirtless loser has psychedelic experiences while interviewing a talking fish, giant dogs, a magical knight, the president, and Death for his podcast.
  • Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series: Crime fighters from another universe come to Earth... and play hockey.
  • Mighty Magiswords: A brother and sister do odd jobs while collecting equally odd tools.
  • Mike, Lu & Og: A city girl, an Alpha Bitch, and an inventor have adventures on a desert island.
  • Milo Murphy's Law: The unluckiest boy in the world tries to get through everyday situations while dangerous and bizarre things happen to him and his friends.
    • Or: The mere presence of Weird Al causes all hell to break loose.
  • Miraculous Ladybug: Two socially awkward teens save Paris from people who get angry.
    • Or: Cute Girl and Cute Boy simultaneously pine after and friendzone each other. They Fight Crime!
    • Or: Dramatic Irony: The Animated Series.
    • Or: Man repeatedly sends hitmen after his fourteen-year-old son and his girlfriend.
    • Or: Two kids fight a jewelry-stealing magical terrorist using a yoyo and a stick.
  • Mission Hill: An aspiring cartoonist puts up with his younger brother.
  • Mixels: Colorful robot-like creatures Fusion Dance to fix any situation. Black cube creatures try and stop them from doing such.
  • Monster Farm: A guy inherits a farm from his great uncle, but the animals aren't really normal-looking.
  • Moral Orel: A Cheerful Child thinks Jesus Was Way Cool. It's horribly depressing.
  • Motorcity: The fate of an oppressed Detroit lies in the hands of five motor junkies.
  • Mr Benn: A man makes regular visits to a costume shop but never buys anything.
  • The Mr. Men Show: Various one-joke characters go about their day-to-day lives.
  • Muppet Babies: Kindergarten versions of famous puppet characters let their imaginations run away with them.
  • My Gym Partner's a Monkey!: Due to a spelling error, a boy ends up going to school with animals. He isn't happy about this but no one cares.
  • My Knight and Me: A boy and his father go on adventures along with a Tomboy in a fantasy setting.
  • My Life as a Teenage Robot: A cute girl locked in her home by her Mad Scientist mother learns how to be normal while saving the world. She also meets a nerd with a robot fetish.
  • My Little Pony: Talking ponies who may or may not be lesbians live with human siblings in a magic Lady Landnote 
  • My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic: A half-hour toy commercial about rainbow-colored talking livestock learning the value of friendship, spawning thousands of memes. Oh, and Elvis is a Smug Snake.
  • Ned's Newt: A kid and his pet amphibian have various misadventures. But, only after the amphibian has been given something to eat.
  • Neo Yokio: Young socialite is a sorcerer for hire. Big Toblerones are Serious Business.
  • Niko and the Sword of Light: A kid wielding a magic sword is joined by a ghostly princess to face a recluse.
  • Ninjago: Toy blocks stop bad guys ranging from a textbook Evil Overlord to a noodle shop owner by spinning very fast.
  • Noddy's Toyland Adventures: The adventures of a doll who drives a car in a land of Living Toys.
  • Numberjacks: Sentient numbers hiding in a sofa go out and solve maths problems in the real world. They need children to help them.
  • Ōban Star-Racers: Pod racing to appoint God.
    • Alternatively: A bratty teen enrolls in a wacky race with aliens to appease her deadbeat dick of a dad and has to save the universe from a flock of buff moths and one angry bird.
  • The Octonauts: Funny Animals with giant heads rescue sea creatures using submarines.
  • Off the Air: No plot, just a new vague theme each episode. Creators are not directly responsible for most of the content, yet they still only manage to make about four episodes a year.
  • Oggy and the Cockroaches: Three insects try to bother a cat.
  • OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes: A little kid, a ninja and an alien fight robots. They're usually the exact same robots.
  • Over the Garden Wall: Two half-brothers in home-made Halloween costumes learn to get along after going on a long, frequently-spooky nature walk with a talking bird.
  • The Owl House: A well-meaning but irresponsible Latina teenager evades summer camp and instead hangs out with a shady outlaw witch and her adorable megalomaniac room-mate.
    • Alternatively, a Latina girl evades summer camp and ends up traveling to hell, and rooms in with a Hot Witch and a demon. She then embarks on a quest to become a witch and enrolls in a Wizarding School. Meanwhile, a lesbian relationship between her and another witch begins to develop.
    • Also alternatively, a JRPG where your most valuable skill is the ability to draw perfect circles.
    • Alternatively again, an old guy decides to sort people based on what they're good at. This causes a chain reaction that leads to a kid blowing up a briefcase, two other kids starting a short-lived revolution, and a woman splitting a chronic illness with her sister.
  • PAW Patrol: A group of dogs comprise a town's emergency rescue team.
  • Pelswick: An extremely obscure anti-ableism cartoon created by a controversial artist. For kids.
  • The Penguins of Madagascar: Crazed birds spy on humans.
  • The Perils of Penelope Pitstop: Seven little men protect an heiress from her greedy guardian and his twin henchmen.
  • Pig Goat Banana Cricket: Three talking animals and a fruit live in a toaster and spend 22 minutes embroiled in an out-weirding match.
  • Phineas and Ferb: Two boys shaped like their initials try to not get bored during summer vacation. Sometimes girl scouts help them. Their long-necked sister tries to get them in trouble for things. Meanwhile, a cartoony-looking animal fights a pharmacist-looking guy.
    • Alternately: The same exact thing happens every single episode. A good portion of the characters are voiced by Disney Channel stars. Meanwhile, an aquatic egg-laying mammal wrecks the dreams of a European man.
    • Alternately again: A clingy sister stalks her younger brothers in the hopes of getting them in trouble with their oblivious parents. They in turn work with highly dangerous material that they don't seem to ever pay for and neglect their pet, actually a secret agent who goes through the whole dog-and-pony act with his lame arch-nemesis who is sometimes quite sympathetic.
    • Alternately yet again: Evil is thwarted in the b-plot while a teenage girl runs herself ragged trying to stop a group of kids from having fun.
    • Still alternately: Marvel as a teenage girl suffers a steady plunge into mental illness!
    • Alternately once more: Ferris Bueller, split in half and ON STEROIDS!!
    • Alternatively yet again: It's about a highly unconventional, gay relationship between an amicably divorced father and an exotic pet in a Nice Hat. Oh, and some kids build things in their backyard.
    • And the final alternative comes directly from one of the show's creators: it's "the rantings of two middle-aged men who believed kids didn't get out and do things anymore."
    • Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension: The main characters travel to an alternate dimension where the pharmacist-looking guy doesn't dress like a pharmacist. And is also much eviler and has taken over the world, despite having a lot less sad backstory. He attempts to take over the main dimension too, but is thwarted in an epic battle that the boys' mother never sees.
  • The Pink Panther Cartoons: A Cool Cat who is male despite his color and usually has no voice has random adventures in a diamond. He is usually accompanied by an inept French policeman; a talking ant and aardvark, both of whom imitate famous people; and two hungry frogs from Mexico.
  • Pinky and the Brain: Two lab rats, one short and irritable, the other tall and easily impressionable, devise schemes to Take Over the World.
  • The Pirates of Dark Water: Small, ragtag band of heroes search the oceans for ancient treasures that are needed to stop an all-consuming black sludge from devouring the world. The fact that the show never finished became a Running Gag on Cartoon Network for years.
  • Postman Pat: A man delivers letters to a local village while driving around in a red van with his cat. Often helping the locals out with their problems.
  • Potatoes and Dragons: A jerkish King is repeatedly harassed by a dragon, and hires knights to get rid of it. They fail due to the King's daughter, jester, and a child being in cahoots with said dragon.
  • The Powerpuff Girls: Three super strong chemically perfect little girls with no fingers are hired to destroy a city on a regular basis by fighting monsters and a monkey with a big head.
    • Alternately: Three kindergartners fight a monkey, an angry pink hillbilly, a spoiled brat, and Satan.
  • The P-Pals: A bunch of cartoony anthropomorphic P-Heads hang out and have fun in a theme park between PBS Kids programs. Sometimes, comedienne Paula Poundstone will join in, Roger Rabbit-style.
  • Princess Gwenevere and the Jewel Riders: Three girls and their horses must recover lost jewelry.
  • Producing Parker: A high-strung TV producer tries to balance her personal and professional lives, and often looks to her talking dog for guidance.
  • Project Gee Ke R: Two characters named after literary figures attempt to shelter an artificial god from another man named after a literary figure.
  • Purno de Purno: Subverted Kids Show taken to the worst possible extreme.
  • Quick Draw McGraw: The adventures of a Wild West sheriff who fights better when armed with a guitar and hangs out with a Mexican jackass.
  • The Raccoons: A Canadian cartoon in which a trio of trash pandas stop a money-grubbing aardvark from ruining the forest they live in. Said aardvark becomes less of a threat as the series progresses.
  • Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade Ninja: A high school student becomes the next ninja and battles robots, monsters, an evil scientist and millionaire, and a sorcerer, with his Fat Best Friend.
  • Rainbow Brite: A pug-nosed toddler, her furry sidekick, and her egotistical horse fight evil with the power of the visible light spectrum.
  • Ready Jet Go!: Three kids: a little girl, a perfectionist, and a sci-fi geek befriend a Large Ham alien and learn science from a Ms. Frizzle Expy and a talking computer.
  • ReBoot: Green-skinned humans and oddly-shaped... things defend a city from megalomaniacs and pocket dimensions created by their "god''.
  • Recess: A Five-Man Band of elementary school kids who do stuff on the playground.
  • Regular Show: Two Funny Animals working at a park turn their mundane activities into bizarre and surreal adventures.
  • Rekkit Rabbit: A magician's rabbit escapes from his owner's clutch to a random kid's house. Hilarity Ensues.
  • The Ren & Stimpy Show: A cat and dog have disturbing adventures.
    • Or: An asthmatic chihuahua and an overweight manx cat survive through being beaten up, hanged, electrocuted, set on fire, ripped off of their skin, put in a teargas room, sent on a mission to space to do nothing in particular that takes them 36 years while they suffer mental destabilization/being sucked into a black hole/alienated on a Crapsack World planet.
  • Rick and Morty: An anxious boy and his alcoholic grandpa have interdimensional adventures that frequently make you question your existence.
    • An irreverent yet troubled Mad Scientist drags the rest of his also troubled family into his bizarre misadventures across the universe.
  • The Ripping Friends: Four overly-muscular men fight crime. Their chief is their mother.
  • Road Rovers: A few dogs owned by world leaders are selected to become Animal Superheroes who fight a cyborg who was once a cat that seeks to conquer the world by turning dogs into mutants.
  • Robot and Monster: An optimist and an inventor go on various misadventures while working at a factory.
  • Robot Chicken: The childhood memories of a whole generation are mercilessly parodied.
    • Alternatively: Former child actor and his friends rape childhood memories, while playing with toys.
    • Alternatively: (Seasons 1-4) A new wave of claymat—er, stop-motion that involves Generation Xers playing with slightly altered licensed toys and paper dolls while trying to expand on their range of voices.
    • Alternatively: (Seasons 5 and on) Family Guy with puppets.
  • Robotboy: Japanese kid with superpowers moves to America where his friends teach him how to be normal. Meanwhile his dad's archnemesis tries to turn him into a weapon for world domination.
  • Rocket Monkeys: Two sociopathic idiots are sent on life-threatening space missions and harass a supervillain who looks like a banana.
  • Rocko's Modern Life: Misadventures of an Australian immigrant, whose best friend was Raised by Wolves.
  • Rocky and Bullwinkle: A moose and a squirrel travel the world, thwarting evil and making bad puns.
    • Alternatively, a mentally challenged man and his possibly genderqueer roommate are on the run from spies who want to kill them for reasons that aren't quite clear. Intended for kids.
    • Fractured Fairy Tales: Edward Everett Horton reads messed-up classic children's stories.
    • Peabody's Improbable History: An intelligent dog and his pet boy travel through history where things don't turn out how they actually happen.
    • Dudley Do-Right: An incompetent mountie saves the day through sheer luck.
    • Aesop and Son: A famous storyteller teaches his fictional son life's lessons through his stories.
  • Roger Ramjet: A pill-popping superhero and his army of Child Soldiers save the world.
  • Ruby Gloom: A little girl lives in a house full of monsters, including an unlucky banshee, a skeleton with family issues, a cyclops with ADHD, a cat who can see ghosts, and... non-identical conjoined twins. The cat is the Only Sane Man, but nobody can understand her.
  • Rugrats: A group of babies have adventures while their parents aren't looking.
  • Sally Bollywood: An Indian girl and her possibly-Scottish best friend solve crimes.
  • Sam & Max: Freelance Police: A naked guy and his dog hurt people and tell an underage girl to do stuff.
  • Sanjay and Craig: An Indian-American boy and a snake engage in nauseating activities.
  • Samurai Jack: A warrior is knocked into the future by a Large Ham Eldritch Abomination, and lands in a time after the abomination has conquered the world. He tries (and repeatedly fails) to get home, and occasionally thwarts his enemy's schemes for good measure.
  • Scaredy Squirrel: A rodent with OCD works at a grocery store. Weirdness ensues.
  • Scooby-Doo: Four teenagers and their talking dog repeatedly fail to realize the monsters they keep running into are just greedy people in cheap costumes.
  • Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated: Three teenagers and a talking dog are led by another rich teenage stick in the mud with a trap fetish in solving mysteries in a town that has odd tourism gimmicks. They have UST with each other and the Disc-One Final Boss is a talking parrot that wears glasses and has a strange accent.
  • Sealab 2021: Idiots and loonies in a underwater research center routinely die.
  • Secret Mountain Fort Awesome: Five nauseating monsters live in a mountain and do really weird and/or gross things.
  • The Secret Saturdays: A kid, his parents, and his animal siblings meet creatures that science refuses to acknowledge. They are antagonized by Ludwig Von Drake in every place they go.
  • The Secret Show: Spies steal another cartoon's timeslot to fight a bunch of weird villains. Their boss changes codename every day, much to his disdain.
  • Secret Squirrel: A squirrel and a mole fight crime.
  • Shadow Raiders: A miner leads a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits in a war against an Eldritch Abomination.
  • Sheep in the Big City: A sheep attempts to evade capture by an incompetent military organisation while also settling into city life, frequently interrupted by fake advertisements and rants by the narrator.
  • SheZow: A twelve-year-old boy fights crime after accidentally becoming a transvestite.
  • The Simpsons: A weird family in a weird town.
  • Sintel: A hobo girl sets out to find her missing pet. She loses track of time and ends up killing the pet. Deception ensues.
  • The Smurfs: One hundred men and one woman live in a village. They regularly fight a hermit and his cat.
  • Sonic Boom: A guy who is 100% done with everything, a kid who dies all the time, a tall and buff goofball, a fanfic writer, and a paranoid conspiracy theorist daily battle a dorky evil scientist who can't seem to decide if he wants to destroy them or be their friend. Hilarity ensues.
    • Eggheads: Everyone gets an evil mustache from eating evil cookies. Except for the "100% done" guy. So he takes away everyone's mustaches.
    • Circus of Plunders: While the "constantly dying kid" is back at home, the rest of the gang literally run off to join the circus.
    • Unlucky Knuckles: The buff goofball attempts to put the universe back in balance by killing himself several times.
    • How to Succeed in Evil Without Really Trying: The constantly dying kid accidentally destroys stuff and ends up attending an evil potluck (which is later wrecked by pizza and pizzazz).
    • Don't Judge Me: Ace Attorney & Knuckles.
    • Sleeping Giant: The gang accidentally wake up a rock giant and the only way to calm it is to sing really, really badly.
    • Late Fees: The 100% done guy faces his greatest obstacle yet: old people.
    • Into the Wilderness: The 100% done guy and the buff goofball go into the wilderness and come out of the closet.
    • It Takes A Village to Defeat a Hedgehog: The dorky evil scientist recruits a bunch of bit players and a walking ratings stunt who hates them all. Meanwhile, the good guys fail at assembling furniture.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM): A speed freak, a nudist princess, a cybernetic Southern Belle and a French stereotype fight to protect the environment from a fat man dressed up like a superhero. It has a very memorable theme song. Due to its easily confusing name, it has a nickname taken from its time slot. Loosely based on a video game.
  • Sonic Underground: A speed freak forms a rock band with his brother and sister and set off on a quest, thwarting a wolf bounty hunter.
  • South Park: Boys have messed-up adventures while having to deal with idiotic adults, pop culture parodies and weird sex acts. Features lots of swearing and snow.
    • Or more simply, weird things happen to children.
  • Space Ghost Coast to Coast: A retired superhero, evil mantis bandleader, cameraman made of molten lava, & mentally challenged pirate host a Talk Show, where they constantly blow off their guests by arguing with each other & reliving their glory days.
    • Cartoon Planet: The retired superhero, the evil mantis, and the mentally challenged pirate host a light and fluffy kids show. With musical numbers. Later episodes would show reruns of other cartoons.
  • Spider-Man: The Animated Series: A censored as hell cartoon about the world's whiniest superhero based on his adventures in The Dark Age of Comic Books.
  • Spliced: Mix-and-Match Critters do really weird or disturbing things.
  • SpongeBob SquarePants: A cheerful, dim-witted kitchen utensil works as a fry cook at an underwater fast-food restaurant.
    • The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie: Said fry cook and his even dumber friend try to find a crown stolen from a bald king by a villainous microscopic organism and return it to him. Oh, and it has David Hasselhoff.
      • Alternatively: Two guys go to a gift shop to get a hat.
    • The Ugly Barnacle: A shellfish causes the Apocalypse. The story becomes a popular joke on a website.
  • Squidbillies: A comedy about a poor boy living in the Georgia mountains with his drug-dealing aunt, abusive alcoholic in-and-out-of-prison father and incoherent, dying racist grandmother.
  • Star Trek: The Animated Series: An Animated Adaptation that is both bargain basement cheaper and more visually spectacular than the original series.
  • Star Trek: Lower Decks: A bunch of misfits have adventures on their less-than-glamorous ship. Mythology Gag ensues.
  • Star vs. the Forces of Evil: A perky girl who claims to be a princess from another dimension befriends a thrill-seeking safety freak and turns his life upside-down. Ship Tease ensues.
  • Star Wars: Clone Wars: The story of a Galactic war told three minutes at a time.
  • Star Wars: The Clone Wars: A troubled twentysomething and a Little Miss Badass rescue a mob big shot's son as a prelude to their misadventures (as well as those of a Deadpan Snarker blind to his best friend's failings, a pacifist who has to do a lot of fighting, her none-too-bright sidekick, a knee-high old man, a man who's sick of these motherfucking Evil Overlords in this motherfucking galaxy, and their mass-produced legions who will one day betray them) throughout a galactic war.
  • Star Wars Rebels: A sword-wielding cultist recruits a street urchin to join a terrorist cell run by an ace pilot with a secret Skype buddy and consisting of a sociopathic robot, a surly member of an endangered species, and a graffiti artist who likes blowing things up.
  • Steven Universe: Tag Along Kid learns his abilities and role as a hero while his sister-, mother-, and mentor-figures usually go on more interesting adventures offscreen.
  • Stickin' Around: Children face their everyday life with their imagination.
  • Stōked: A sextet of adolescents hangs around at the beach. Misadventures ensue.
  • Storm Hawks: Four teens on X-wing motorbikes fight evil. The fifth member of their team stands in the background and talks about how they're all going to die.
  • Stunt Dawgs: Two rival teams of stuntmen oppose each other. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Super Dave: Daredevil for Hire: The animated adventures of a man who gets hurt for a living.
  • Super Duper Sumos: Three young obese men fight crime using their scantily-clad bodies.
  • The Super Hero Squad Show: A Super-Deformed Marvel Universe centers around a team who fight against their enemies to collect shards of a powerful weapon.
  • Superjail!: What if Willy Wonka ran a high-security prison?
  • SuperTed: A defective teddy bear is brought to life by an alien with spots and given super-powers by Mother Nature. Each episode, the teddy bear says his secret magic word, rips off his own skin, and goes and fights a cowboy and his henchmen, one of whom is a living skeleton.
  • Super Robot Monkey Team Hyper Force Go Teenage boy breaks into a Humongous Mecha and is rewarded with Super Powers and five colourful pets. They Fight Crime! to defend the planet from the undead, a midget, a robot with a Verbal Tic, an insane Fanboy and a 200 foot gangster colon.
  • Super Why!: Four kids and a dog transform into superheroes and come to storybook characters' rescue.
  • SWAT Kats: Two police cadets are forced into auto repair because their boss was a glory hog. They decide not to let him completely get away with it.
  • Sym-Bionic Titan: A deposed princess, her moody bodyguard, and a robot amoeba try to keep a low profile. For some reason, this involves fighting giant space monsters.
  • Tales of Arcadia: A series of shows about strange things happening in a small town.
    • Trollhunters: A high-schooler gets a new extracurricular activity working for people who don't go out in the sun, fighting other people who don't like going out in the sun.
    • 3Below: Foreign royalty flee a coup and take refuge in the small town with their Large Ham bodyguard.
    • Wizards (2020): Underachiever who's Older Than They Look is told by his boss to gather protagonists from the previous two entries to fight environmental extremists across multiple timezones.
  • TaleSpin: Indian wildlife who pilot airplanes, in the Caribbean, set in The '30s, who have Indiana Jones-like adventures, dogfight European wildlife working as pirate pilots, and deliver cargo to Ruritania-like countries, most of which are hostile or eccentric.
  • Teacher's Pet: A dog disguises himself as a human in order to go to the same school that his owner goes to.
  • Teamo Supremo: Three ordinary schoolchildren get time off from their schoolwork to fight crime.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Four pet-shop reptilians get covered in radioactive gunk, and grow into adolescent three-fingered freaks who learn how to fight from an anthropomorphic rodent. Their enemies include a guy with spiked armor and, depending on which series, a sentient brain with battle armor, the spike armored one's daughter, or both.
  • Teen Titans: A goth, an immigrant, a shapeshifter, a robot, and a guy in spandex hang out in a giant "T" and argue over who gets the last slice of pizza. They Fight Crime!.
  • Tennessee Tuxedo and His Tales: Don Adams is a penguin who goes on random adventures with a walrus.
  • Tex Avery and his cartoons: No Fourth Wall exists in the worlds of a sad-looking but pleased basset hound, a crazy squirrel, updated versions of two characters from classic fairy tales and dozens of other characters.
  • Thomas the Tank Engine: An ex-Beatle, a foul-mouthed comedian, and a character from 30 Rock narrate the adventures of extremely outdated pieces of machinery. Most of the adventures consist of crashing into things.
    • Alternatively: An obese rich man buys an entire island and turns it into a sanctuary for endangered, sentient beings, on the condition that the sentient beings pay him back with hard labor. Sentient beings are occasionally racist against each other for arbitrary reasons.
  • Thunderbirds: Marionettes save the day while piloting brightly coloured vehicles.
  • ThunderCats: A group of humanoid felines battle freaky minions of an evil mummy/wizard. Their leader wields a blade that also serves as one heck of a scanner.
    • Alternatively, a cat constantly repeats the word "thunder".
  • The Tick: A muscle-man in blue tights fights crime with the help of his roommate, an accountant in a moth costume. At the end of each episode, the blue guy gives inspirational speeches that make no sense whatsoever.
  • Time Squad: A gay couple kidnaps a child, and together, they help famous people.
  • Tiny Toon Adventures: A kids' show by the same producer as Schindler's List where cartoon characters of a Vague Age, most of whom are expies, go to school to learn how to be funny.
  • Tom and Jerry: A mean cat and an asshole mouse butt heads. The mouse almost always comes out ahead.
    • Or: A cat tries to stop a mouse from causing trouble (such as stealing food) in his house but always ends up getting in trouble (and even executed once) when the mouse defies the laws of nature.
  • Top Cat: Sharp-Dressed Man tries to bypass the local cop while making Zany Schemes with his friends.
  • Total Drama Island: Twenty-two dysfunctional teenagers are tricked into going to cruddy summer camp run by a sociopathic actor/producer and an angry black man.
    • Total Drama Action: Some of the same teenagers are forced to participate in film pastiches by the same sociopathic actor/producer and angry black man.
    • Total Drama World Tour: The sociopathic actor/producer and angry black man force some of the previous teens and a few new ones to travel the world and sing.
    • Total Drama Revenge of the Island: The sociopathic actor/producer and angry black man find new dysfunctional sucke-cough, I mean, teenagers and send them to a radioactive island.
    • Total Drama All-Stars: The sociopathic actor/producer and angry black man bring back several old and recent teens to the same island, now radioactive-free, and pits them against each other in a battle between good and evil.
    • Total Drama Pahkitew Island: The sociopathic actor/producer and angry black man get even more new dysfunctional teenagers and send them to an all-new island.
    • Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race: This franchise's take on The Amazing Race.
    • Total DramaRama: Half of the original twenty-two teens (plus some guy from some other show) are now Spin-Off Babies and go on adventures in a nursery run by the angry black man.
  • Totally Spies!: Narcissists steal high-tech weapons and use them to showcase all manner of fetishes.
  • Transformers: Giant robots trapped on a primitive world wage war on each other while hiding from the planet's populace.
    • Alternatively, A truck and his army of mostly cars are fighting an evil gun and his army of mostly planes.
  • Transformers Animated: A washed-up team of robots flees to Earth after discovering a powerful artifact during a routine repair assignment, winds up in a coma for 50 years. Upon awakening, They Fight Crime!.
    • Or: A bridge repair crew winds up in Detroit after finding a legendary artifact. Their arch nemesis may or may not be the leader of a rebellion against an oppressive regime, and spends the first season as little more than a disembodied head.
  • Transformers: Cyberverse:An amnesiac gets his brain probed by his best friend, who is constantly getting them into fights.
  • Transformers: Prime: Mechanical survivors of a devastated world must defend their adopted planet against their enemies.
  • Transformers: Robots in Disguise: A war hero leads a Ragtag Bunch of Misfits to round up escaped convicts.
  • The Trap Door: A monster is warned not to open a door in his castle home, but does it anyway.
  • Turbo: A snail wants to be fast.
    • Turbo: F.A.S.T.: Racing snails fight bugs and do stuff.
  • Tutenstein: A girl and her pet cat befriend an absolute monarch who has been dead for 3000 years.And did we mention said monarch is just a kid?
  • Ugly Americans: The Only Sane Employee in an alternate New York comes to the aid of every fantasy, sci-fi and/or horror legend you could imagine (and some you couldn't) while having sex with the spawn of Satan.
  • Uncle Grandpa: A reality twisting savant who can't stop saying his catchphrase improves the lives of children by putting them in danger. His friends include a fanny pack, a pizza slice, a humanoid lizard and a cutout big cat propelled by rainbows.
  • Underdog: A pill-popping street urchin fights crime.
  • Undone: Does the protagonist actually have time-bending powers, or is she just schizophrenic? Watch the show to not find out!
  • VeggieTales: Pieces of anthropomorphic produce teach children Bible stories. And there are rubber ducks.
    • Alternatively: talking, singing vegetables teach kids lessons from the Bible.
  • The Venture Bros.: An incompetent scientist living in his father's shadow, his really violent bodyguard, and two dopey sons go on adventures.
    • Or: A scientist with daddy issues goes on adventures with his idiot sons and his overzealous bodyguard while an army of men in butterfly suits tries to kill him. Meanwhile, David Bowie commands a guild of villains (who's ranks include Buddy Holly, The Big Bopper, and Henry Kissinger). (This really is better than it sounds)
  • Villainous: Proof that evil can be an insane job.
  • Voltron: Legendary Defender: Avatar: The Last Airbender meets Power Rangers. Cue shenanigans.
  • Wacky Races: A driver fails to win first place, no matter what he does. His dog ridicules his every plan.
  • Wait Till Your Father Gets Home: A 70s everyman deals with the generation gap he experiences with his left-winger children and the radical, anti-communist right-wingers next door.
  • Wakfu: A boy and his friends go on a journey to find his missing family while being chased by a former clockmaker.
  • Wallace & Gromit: A clueless British inventor and his dog do stuff.
  • Wander over Yonder: A hillbilly unintentionally (maybe) annoys a large man trying to pursue his dreams. The hillbilly gains admiration from all onlookers in the process.
  • We Bare Bears: Three naked brothers try to integrate into human society. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Weebl & Bob: A pair of nigh-unintelligible egg-people who are obsessed with meat pies do stuff. Their friends include a hairy guy, a talking money who isn't toilet trained, and a ninja-pirate mushroom.
  • Whatever Happened to... Robot Jones?: A robot that lives in The '80s attends middle school on a quest to understand humanity, while two evil nerd brothers attempt to steal his brain. Hilarity Ensues.
  • What's with Andy?: Prankster attempts to become the greatest in the world. Humilitaion ensues for him.
  • Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego??: A Fiery Redhead Action Girl, her blonde male sidekick, and a Voice with an Internet Connection fight a hot woman with long black hair. No, not the series you're thinking of.
    • Or: A woman tries to alleviate her boredom in imaginative ways.
  • Wildfire: A long-lost princess and her magical steed try to save a kingdom from the girl's evil aunt. Don't call it a girl show.
  • Winx Club: A girl enrolls in a Wizarding School for very special girls where she makes friends with a fashionista, a tech geek, a girl with one heck of a Green Thumb and an aspiring disc jockey. Eventually a Tomboy with a Girly Streak joins them. Together they fight three Alpha Bitches from a rival school.
  • Wishfart: A leprechaun, a seabird, and a dead Japanese girl repeatedly learn to Be Careful What You Wish For.
  • W.I.T.C.H.: Five girls discover they have superpowers, their leader's powers the weakest by far. Along the way, they meet a smelly (but strangely cute) green creature and hook up with cute guys that they never wind up fighting each other over.
    • Or: Five girls win powers from a jewel and try to stop a Prince from looking for his lost Sister
  • Woody Woodpecker: A bird with an Annoying Laugh causes trouble.
  • WordGirl: A superhero who uses big words fights a man with a mouse brain fused to his head, a retailer of meat, a ten-year-old boy, a granny, and a man with a face shaped like a sandwich. Among others.
  • Wunschpunsch: Two lazy inept wizards are repeatedly outsmarted by their pets.
  • The Wuzzles: A group of colorful Mix-and-Match Critters have adventures in a magical kingdom.
  • Xiaolin Showdown: Four kids who know karate and a nervous dragon race to get magical artifacts before an egotistical teen genius does. In later seasons, they also have to save the world from a talking bean and a guy who turned evil when he drank a bowl of soup.
  • X-Men: The most popular comic book of the late 20th century is adapted with the storylines of the 70s, the costumes of the 90s and a cast of Large Ham Canadian voice actors.
  • X-Men: Evolution: A group of teenagers with genetic abnormalities go to a special school while also going to a regular high school for some reason. They spend a lot of time dealing with typical high school problems and fighting other teenagers with genetic abnormalities.
  • Yakkity Yak: A talking mountain animal tries to be funny. Weirdness ensues. Other characters are a kid who has a pineapple for a head, a trilobite, a Mad Scientist with colour-changing hair, and a robot.
  • Yin Yang Yo!: Two abnormally colored orphan rabbits learn martial arts from an unreasonably old panda. Using these skills they defend their town from threats such as, a wizard cockroach, a fascist ant, a neurotic witch, a grudge-holding toy robot, a mutant rabbit, a rock band of cats, a demonic bat, and and an Affably Evil gryphon.
  • Yogi Bear: A hungry bear and his friend steal picnic baskets at a national park. Sometimes there is No Fourth Wall in their other adventures.
  • Young Justice: A fish out of water, a foster child, an overeater, an unwanted child, an immigrant, and a secretive girl all try to be respected by their mentors in between love triangles and black ops missions.
  • Yvon of the Yukon: An old smelly French guy tries to conquer Canada. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Zig & Sharko: A scavenger wants to have a rather fishy girl over for lunch but a Very Big Fish will have none of that. Hilarity Ensues.

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