Childhood Cartoons, Ranked

  1. 15.
    The Wild Thornberry's
    The Wild Thornberry's can S my D. I watched it because I was a lazy sloth of a child. But, the colors stressed me out.
  2. 14.
    Catdog
    Ugh. I can't even go into how exhausting this show is.
  3. 13.
    Ah!! Real Monsters
    Typically, I was pretty into dark, weird things. But I think I just didn't like this show. I feel like I thought it was boring? Maybe I thought the colors were boring? Who's to say.
  4. 12.
    Arthur
    Better known as : It's a rainy day. Lets distract the children with the novelty of watching television during recess.
  5. 11.
    Pepper Ann
    Turning the channel to Pepper Ann was really the only sure fire way to piss off my sister. She would beg me to turn it off.
  6. 10.
    Rocco's Modern Life
    Also known as, the only cartoon my mom liked. And therefore, made this the coolest cartoon. But, it was also just super funny and clever. Also, Heifer = Patrick Star.
  7. 9.
    Angry Beavers
    Never my first choice but always on. Low key enjoyable.
  8. 8.
    Pinky and the Brain
    Show 01/02 that my brother and I could agree upon after school.
  9. 7.
    Animaniacs
    Show 02/02 my brother and I could agree upon after school. (But, wait... Were Pinky and the Brain also part of Animaniacs?)
  10. 6.
    Bobby's World
    Massively into Bobby's World under the age of 4. I don't really remember a ton about this show, honestly.
  11. 5.
    Rugrats
    My OG. My starting point. Rugrats will always hold a very special place in my heart.
  12. 4.
    As Told By Ginger
    I would probably still watch this show, today. To be perfectly honest. It's like really hard to be a tween, you guys.
  13. 3.
    Hey Arnold !
    Am I the only one who found this show really calming? Hey Arnold could never steer you wrong!
  14. 2.
    Rocket Power
    Rocket Power is everything I wanted to - but never could be. A super cool, athletic, child of a smoothie shack owner. I tried to start a inline skating troupe in my neighborhood. I failed.
  15. 1.
    Doug
    DOUG IS THE BEGINNING AND END OF EVERYTHING GREAT. I can still sing the instrumental theme song for you, if you're interested.