When the late 90’s and early 2000’s generation was growing up, mobile phones were not as handy as they are now. We could only play ‘snake’ on it or at the most make tunes through ‘composer’, which by the way was interesting, but Cartoons were very dear to us. Most of us still remember the theme songs! *Sings ‘in Dexter’s Laboratooooooory’ *cries in the corner*

Let us take a walk through the memory lane.


  1. Tom and Jerry:

Everyone knows Tom and Jerry. With the simplest of plots, this show never failed to entertain us no matter what your age is. You never got tired of seeing Tom come up with his cunning plans that go all boomerang on him in the most comical ways and watch as he retreats and comes up with another ridiculous plan. Remember how always a devil and an angel appeared on their shoulders? Or how tom put hangers inside his suit to impress the rich kitten? Or when Butch disguises himself as a baby and goes all “Ahguuuu ahgu” over the meat. We can go on and on.



  1. Popeye The Sailor Man

I think most of us started eating spinach only because of Popeye. We all loved how with his over-sized arms he always saved Olive Oyl from Bluto (a.k.a Brutus).




  1. Scooby Dooby Doo:

Scooby Dooby Doo, where are you? We miss you! You taught us that we should do what we do best, eat.



  1. Courage the cowardly dog

Courage, googled to solve everything much before it became cool.




  1. Dextor’s Laboratory

In Dexter’s Laboratooooryyyyy…. lives the smartest boy you’ve ever seeeeeeen… But Dee Dee blows his experiments to smithereeeennnsss. There is doom and gloom while things go booooom… in Dexter’s Laaaaaaab….

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  1. Powerpuff Girls

Sugar, spice, and everything nice… Oops chemical X! Thank you Professor Utonium for going wrong with your experiment XD

P.S Mojo jojo <3



  1. Flintstones

Yabba Dabba Do, Yabba Dabba Do!

In Bedrock, resided the modern Stone Age family, The Flintstones, who made us believe that humans and dinosaurs existed at the same time.


  1. Ed,Edd and Eddy

Ed is a lovable fool and Double D is a kind-hearted nerd, then there is Eddy. Also, what’s inside Edd’s cap?

P.S Does plank exists?



  1. Samurai Jack

This programme showed the adventures of a Samurai after being sent to future by an evil wizard, Aku. Jack’s quest to return to his own time is admirable and humorous with his solitary behaviour. We all loved this kind hearted sage like being and often believed him to be a twin brother of Professor Utonium.



  1. Johnny Bravo

Johnny Bravo is sure that all women want him. Unfortunately for Johnny, everyone else sees him as a narcissistic Mama’s boy with big muscles and even bigger hair. He is the quintessential guy who “just doesn’t get it”.




  1. Dragon Tales

“A magical, shimmering dragon scale”, said Emmy. Hmmm… There are some words on the box. What do they say? “I wish, I wish, with all my heart, to fly with dragons, in a land apart.”

Zack, Wheezie, Ord and Cassie, didn’t we love all of them?




  1. Pokémon

Who can ever forget Charizard’s laziness and unwillingness to fight for Ash, or Jiggly Puff singing everyone to sleep then drawing on their faces with a marker?

But now there’s Pokémon Go for every body!

P.S Team rocket is the best enemy one can ever have.




  1. S.W.A.T Kats

This series follows the high-flying adventures of Chance “T-Bone” Furlong and Jake “Razor” Clawson who are members of Megakat City’s elite law-enforcement agency. These armed cats saved the city full of felines from dark cats and other baddies whenever required.



  1. Dragon Ball Z

In retrospect when we see, we can clearly say this, “Dragon Ball Z” taught us invaluable character virtues such as teamwork, loyalty, and trustworthiness. Goku along with the Z Warriors defends the Earth against evil and we loved it to pieces.


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  1. Beyblade

Beyblade fight” was a real thing for us. We used to collect in groups and bring with us beyblades made of metal and plastic and what not. Those were the days and we are the generation who saw the transition from pen fights to beyblade fights. As for the TV series, they were a group of smart boys J





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Maitreyee Misra

A true surrealist at heart, understands and respects the importance of asking questions. Believes in making a relation at grassroot levels in order to change thought. Adores cultural pluralism and art. Animal lover. Has a quench for knowledge. Always ready to help you.

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