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superdude

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CBS. When Saturday rocks, on CBS!
8:00 raggedy ann and andy
8:30 superman
9:00 muppet babies
10:00 pee-wee's playhouse
10:30 Garfield and friends
11:00 hey vern, its ernest
11:30 flip
12:00 mighty mouse
12:30 cbs storybreak

ABC. Something's Happening!
8:00 beany and cecil
8:30 new adventures of winnie-the-pooh
9:30 real Ghostbusters
10:30 pup named Scooby-doo
11:00 bugs bunny and tweety
12:00 animal crack-ups
12:30 weekend special

NBC. Come Home
8:00 kissyfur
8:30 gummi bears
9:00 smurfs
10:00 alf/alftales hour
11:00 the chipmunks
11:30 misadventures of ed grimley
12:00 2 Hip 4 TV
 

superdude

king of cool
8:00 Kissyfur/raggedy ann
8:30 new adv of winnie-the-pooh/superman
9:00 muppet babies
10:00 alf-alftales hour/ pee-wee
10:30 Garfield and friends/ occasionally pup named Scooby-doo
11:00 bugs bunny and tweety
12:00 mighty mouse
12:30 cbs storybreak

Alftales was better than alf. Would've watched the alf cartoon more if it was against weaker competition.

Kissufur was good,but smurfs was better. Never got into gummi bears for some reason. Didn't watch smurfs much anymore and i quit chipmunks altogether. I didn't realize until later that chipmunks changed animation studios, Ruby Spears was so much better.
 

Zorak Masaki

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Watched Kissyfur, Superman, Real Ghostbusters, Pee Wee, Garfield, Hey Vern, Ed Grimley, and 2 Hip 4 TV (which didnt last long and was replaced with Fat Albert, which I also watched).
 

TnAdct1

Ravioli, Ravioli
When it came to the new animated shows on CBS, it definitely felt like the theme of the season was celebrating the anniversaries of various franchises (the 70th anniversary of the public debut of Raggedy Ann, the 50th anniversary of Superman, the 10th anniversary of Garfield).
 

hobbyfan

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Had a small portable set in the kitchen, so I watched Superman every week. Had it been on later in the morning, it might've been renewed.

2 Hip 4 TV (w/Colin Quinn from Remote Control) lost its audience after the Seoul Olympics and never recovered. Ahmet Zappa was gone, replaced with Barry Sobel (227), and, as Zorak said, it was canned, replaced with reruns of New Archies (a bomb a year earlier) and Fat Albert (which I didn't remember NBC acquiring, but since Cosby anchored their Thursday night lineup.....!)
 

Zorak Masaki

Well-Known Member
How long did the Beany And Cecil reboot last for? I saw half of one episode, but later the show was nowhere to be seen again.
 

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