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Sometimes I feel like I'm the only adult who still watches toons. Not just superhero toons but any toons. I 'm just started watching a disney toon call Phineas and Ferb. I really like this one. I got sucked back into Yughio and TMNT Fast forward. The Replacements is another one. i still watch Recess reruns. So, am I the only one?
Why are you in the closet about Kim Possible? That show is f-ing awesome! If anyone ever tells you otherwise, make them watch it and they'll see how awesome the writing and humor on that show really is.
I can understand your problem though. For years I was in the closet about the cartoon Arthur because everybody always looked down on it considering it was a cartoon on PBS. But, dudes, there is a reason that show has been on for twelve seasons. They deal with issues on that cartoon that even Spongebob wouldn't touch with a forty-foot pole. Topics like religion (how would you feel if you were Jewish and someone apologized by giving you a huge Christmas ham?) and the F bomb (Arthur's sister learns it in the most comical fashion imaginable). And they even go after other shows. They lampoon Beavis & Butthead, Richard Scary's Busy World, anime, The Sopranos, etc. That's why I love this show and I'm not afraid to admit it.
Yes, you are the only one who watches cartoons. That whole Adult Swim thing on Cartoon Network, it's just a fad. I know it's been going on for seven years, but it's running out of steam.
OFCOURSE YOU'RE NOT THE ONLY ONE!
Who doesn't like cartoons? Considering the fact that most of us 20-something adults, the ones who grew up in the silver age of television animation (early 90's), there are at least two or three shows from that era that we can watch today and enjoy not on nostalgia value, but as really good cartoons that have stood the test of time and are still entertaining to adults (Animaniacs, Batman TAS, Ren and Stimpy, etc.)