Gray Matters by Stuart Carlson and Jerry Resler for March 27, 2023

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    BE THIS GUY  6 months ago

    Why my tv is gathering dust.

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    "It's the End of the World!!!" Premium Member 6 months ago

    I’ve introduced my children to the classics. They like their anime (man that stuff is pure cr@p!) but we do enjoy our Looney Tunes. And we have the unedited ones on DVD…you know, the ones before the Karens got their knickers in a twist and said they were too violent, and that Speedy Gonzales is racist.

    Been introducing them to the Flintstones (my oldest is utterly perplexed at how the car starts and stops – because real life doesn’t work that way.). Bought the Jetsons last year too.

    Making memories.

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    drogers30  6 months ago

    I watch ME TV on Saturday morning for an hour of cartoons. A lot of the oldies.

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    Olddog04  6 months ago

    I remember those times well.

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    Totalloser Premium Member 6 months ago

    I used to look forward to the preview shows of what new cartoons were coming out for the new season.

    They should make a Hong-Kong Phooey movie

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    goboboyd  6 months ago

    You (we) can still load up on bowls and bowls of sugar laden cereal with whole milk, while wearing our flannel pajamas. Then… the carb crash. Early morning nap time.

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    captastro  6 months ago

    I have the complete “Rocky and Bullwinkle” on DVD. I’m introducing my grandkids to them.

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    RadioDial Premium Member 6 months ago

    Now you can get ’toons 24/7. Does takeaway some of the “special” nowadays.

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    RuthTC Premium Member 6 months ago

    Where’s Natasha? Or Elmer?

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    Oh Really?  6 months ago

    If you need a few giggles and laughs on Saturday mornings you can always tune into CNN, MSNBC or Fox

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    Wendy Emlinger Premium Member 6 months ago

    You can see a lot of the old toons on Boomerang. There’s also Nickelodeon, Nicktoons, Cartoon Network and the Disney channels. I watch a lot of toons and I still find them hilarious.

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    ta4031982  6 months ago

    I remember all of those pictured.

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    Free Radical  6 months ago

    At least I can still see my childhood cartoon heroes on Tubi. The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers! LOL

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    John W Kennedy Premium Member 6 months ago

    I have to point out, though, that “Rocky and His Friends” was Tuesday and Thursday afternoons, and “The Bullwinkle Show” was Sunday prime-time. “The Jetsons” was also prime-time. And the “Bugs Bunny Show” was prime-time, too, though most of its contents (all but the links) originated on the big screen.

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    NRHAWK Premium Member 6 months ago

    I still blame that brain dead purple dinosaur for ruining children’s television.

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    tinstar  6 months ago

    Fortunately, contrary to this comic, there is a channel that still airs the old Loony Tunes, as well as The Flintstones, and the Jetsons. Even being my age, I still watch them.

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    Brent Rosenthal Premium Member 6 months ago

    Wonderful strip!

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    Laurie Stoker Premium Member 6 months ago

    I just now realized this. There went another piece of my childhood …

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    aussie399 Premium Member 4 months ago

    Today’s cartoons are crap

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