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    Generation Y: Remembering our favorite TV shows.

    There were so many kids shows I used to watch, I watched them mostly in French but two of my favorites were from Australia. Elly & Jools (1990) and The Girl from Tomorrow (1991) I wanted to know what your favorite shows were around the late 80's beginning 90's?

    A big thumbs up for Aussie TV.
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    The original seasons of Pokemon, Power Rangers, Samurai Pizza Cats, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Heathcliff!
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    what birth year range are these generation Y people?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ub3r
    what birth year range are these generation Y people?
    There's no specific date but all the people born after Generation X, 1978-2000 is a good reference.
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    GI Joe... Transformer...
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    US:
    He-Man(?), The A-Team, Street Hawk, Airworlf, Thundercats, Knightrider

    Oz: Round the Twist

    UK: Rent a Ghost, Dr Who (always), Terrahawks

    loads more to mention if i could remember them all
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    She-Ra, He-Man (yep, I watched, even though I'm a girl ), Thundercats, Heathcliff, Jem, Strawberry Shortcake, Smurfs, Punky Brewster, Muppet Babies, Muppet Show, My 2 Dads, Full House, Saved by the Bell

    ...damn, I watched too much TV when I was a kid
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    Anyone remember that awful cartoon, Swamp Thing?

    I hated the show, but I used to rock out to the opening music.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tree-nut
    She-Ra, He-Man (yep, I watched, even though I'm a girl ), Thundercats, Heathcliff, Jem, Strawberry Shortcake, Smurfs, Punky Brewster, Muppet Babies, Muppet Show, My 2 Dads, Full House, Saved by the Bell

    ...damn, I watched too much TV when I was a kid
    Wasn't He Man like gay anyway?
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    Captain Planet!!
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    He Man wasn't gay, stark raving camp maybe..



    they made a new version where battle cat can't talk, probably because he was one camp kitty untill Adam pointed his sword at him and the yellow energy shot out, after that battle cat increased in mass and became assertive...

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    The girl from tomorrow was one of my favorites too.
    Other shows I remember are "Fraggle Rock", "He Man", "Postman Pat" , "Thomas the tank engine", "The Muppet Show" "Transformers"
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    I must be different. I don't remember many saturday cartoons I really dug. Back when i was a kid there wasn't nearly as many series cartoons. Don't get me wrong they were out there, but I didn't get into them much. I liked the bugs bunny type cartoons. Lots of 5 minute cartoons.

    I liked Grape Ape and Fat albert though. hahaha. Oh and Underdog

    Born 1966 a dead set Gen-X. Jesus christ i'm getting old.
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