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I prefer the early check it era (Which lasted from 2010 to 2013), yeah, it did have the last bits of CN real, but at least the live action shows were original, and they would've worked better if they aired on adult swim. Plus, the bumpers were a bit dry, but pretty decent, not cringy and child-ish like with the dimesnional era, where they have kids screaming "new", "new", "new", new", more like "shut" "the" Fuck" Up!". I miss how the early check it era had more schedule variety too, yeah, Johnny Test was overplayed, but during the early check it era, they still did reruns of classic shows, they were still doing reruns of Dexter's at 11am. They showed 1950s classics like Tom & Jerry and Looney Tunes everyday at noon. They still did reruns of Kid's Next Door, and Edd Ed & Eddy too, and sometimes they would air Courage, and in rare cases, Camp Lazlo was on. These classics were then moved to cartoon planet in 2012, only to be completely blown off the schedule in 2015. It's not that I'm nostalgia biased, it's just that early check it wasn't filled with reboots, and had more schedule variety. Now with the dimensional era, it's endless reruns of TTG. It has way too many reboots, Ben Ten, The New Powerpuff Girls, Scobby Doo Be Cool, and Teen Titans Go. When Gumball leaves, Steven Universe will be the only show left that people will tune in to. Plus, the dimesional era is trying too hard to appeal to the current generation, with constant emojis being used in the bumpers. It's just that the dimensional era, is too kid-ish, and the bumpers are very cringey, I would say the early check it era ended when Teen Titans Go begun, and when they did those stupid seein sayin bumpers a few months later. Sure, early Check it didn't have the best shows, like johnny test, secret mountain fort awesome, and annoying orange, but I would gladly take those original shows over a reboot that has 5 years old twerking.

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As a '98 kiddo I loved watching a show about a kid and a robot on a spaceship that travelled through time to meet great figures like Lincoln, Julius Cesar and such, yet I can recall it's name. Can you help me?

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Posted byEd, Edd 'n' Eddy7 days ago

It was around 2010 i think, cn aired this one movie and i don't remember much about it but it was something like this boy and there was this giant robot and this might sound like iron giant but i'm pretty sure its not and it was live action btw. And i remember in the beginning the boy was playing baseball with his dad on there front lawn. And in one scene the robot was hiding in the attic with the boy. Thats all i can really remember about the movie.

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To be honest, I actually don’t know much about the show. I know there’s 10 seasons, and I stopped watching after season... 4 maybe? It was around Steven Universe.

Anyways, can someone fill me in on what all has happened? I know half the episodes in the series offer little to no plot development, so watching all 10 seasons would feel almost like a waste of time.

Unless someone has a list of all the episodes that are important to the story, just run me down what happened in each season and I can figure out what happened.

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I would say any show that came before Adventure Time, isn't modern

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Weird how this show ended last week, but it's so old, that it aired before the network changed it's logo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5gyjahCXfM

It's kinda scary how the first few episodes of Adventure Time aired alongside new episodes of Flapjack, Chowder, and 6Teen. Not only that, but if you do the math, this is halfway between Powerhouse and the dimensional era. Despite this, I vaguely remember seeing Adventure Time trailers during the last few weeks nood era.

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Regular Show's finale kicked major ass. It had all the epicness and the Regular Showeyness, and was the perfect ending for a show that's been on the air for six years and three months. The ending with Pops evoked true emotion, and it actually felt like a series finale, I did't expect pops to die. The Adventure Time finale was lacking, it was too wishy washy, too somber, and not epic enough. But the problem that plagues both finales is that they were too rushed, although regular show's finale had the perfect ending.

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07:10 : Nexo Knights

07:35 : Teen Titans Go until 8:34

08:50 : Unikitty until 9:00

09:15 : We Bare Bears until 09:25

09:45: Angelo Rules until 09:56

10:10 : A cloudy chance of meatballs until 10:20

10:35 : Gumball until 11:15

11:25 : Apple And Onion

11:40 Ben 10 reboot until 11:50

12:10 : Mighty Magiswords until 12:30

12:45: We Bare Bears again until 12:55

13:15: Super Noobs until 13:26

13:40 Teen Titans GO again until 14:15

14:30 Unikitty again until 14:40

14:55 Powerpuff girls reboot until 15:05

15:20 Angelo Rules until 15:31

15:50 cloudy chance of meatballs again until 16:00

16:15 Gumball again until 16:55

17:05 Apple And Onion

17:20 We bare bears until 17:30

17:50 Mighty Magiswords again until 18:10

18:25 unikitty once again until 18:35

18:50 powerpuff girls once again until 19:00

19:20 Teen Titans Go until 19:55

20:10 ben 10 reboot again until 20:20

20:40 powerpuff girls again until 20:50

21:05 gumball until 21:40

21:50 apple and onion

And Finally...

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22:10 Adventure Time until 22:20

That's all thanks for reading!

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Just like how Adventure Time was airing during the last few weeks of the nood era, Teen Titans Go aired during the last eight weeks of the early Check It era. Check out this rare bumper from 2013:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eVtSTcqt4uU

I also find it weird that Teen Titans Go and The Looney Tunes Show aired on the network simultaneously for a few months. Kind of like how Adventure Time was airing when Flapjack and Chowder were airing their last few episodes. I think Teen Titans Go split the check it era in half, since CN in 2010, is way different than today's CN.

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Now I know just from the title most of the comments are going to be "you bigoted homophobe go kys" and such but I don't care.

Rebecca has been pushing as much LGBT in every show on CN that she can, and I'm sick of it.

I don't want to talk about lesbians when I talk about Garnet. I don't want to talk about non-binary genders when Stevonnie is in the conversation. I don't want to talk about shipping with literally any female in the show when I talk about Enid. I don't want to talk about the bubbleine kiss when I talk about the adventure time fanally. I just want to watch and talk about the shows. But no everybody just cares about all this stuff and any conversation that doesn't have to do with how FREAKEN PROGRESSIVE it is gets snuffed out.

And Rebecca really likes to but sexual stuff in these shows. The dancing when the gems fuze, Greg saying he likes giant ladies, the hotdog with three donuts that heavily implies something involving the CHILD Steven. Not to mention that Ed Edd and Eddy fan art... And all sorts of stuff like that.

I'd really rather she never get into the cartoon industry and just stay on Tumblr.

Now just so you know I will not respond to any comments I don't want to. So go ahead I don't care anymore.

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