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    28 Mindblowing Facts About Your Fav Kids' Shows That Are Not Coming Back

    Iconic villains who are now comedians, cartoon characters who watch porn, and cursed episodes that'll get you killed.

    1. Shaka Laka Boom Boom originally premiered on DD National in 2000. It was, however, cancelled but later taken up by Star Plus in 2002 with a different lead as Sanju.

    2. Cartoon Network India censored (and uncensored) a scene of Naruto and Sasuke kissing accidentally.

    3. The actress who played Cruella/Kali Paari on Son Pari also starred as Pinky Bua on Comedy Nights With Kapil.

    4. Before it was decided that main character's pop star name would be "Hannah Montana," Disney Channel producers had originally thought of the name "Alexis Texas."

    5. Lindsay Lohan was in running for the role of Lizzie McGuire.

    6. Raven Symoné from That's So Raven used to think that she is psychic IRL.

    7. The actress who voiced Gretchen on Recess also appeared on Marvel's The Avengers.

    8. Being passed over as Ron Stoppable of Kim Possible fame, is what led John Cena to focus on his wrestling career.

    9. Jhanak Shukla a.k.a. Karishma from Karishma Kaa Karishma was considered to be an actual robot by many little kids who wanted to touch her back to look for circuits.

    10. The spells from Wizards of Waverly Place use the names of the show's creators. The McCreerytimereary spell uses the name of producer Gigi McCreery.

    11. Ed, Edd and Eddy were once shown looking at porn magazines.

    12. The voice of Bugs Bunny and many other Looney Tunes characters, Mel Blanc, has "That's All Folks" engraved on his tombstone.

    13. Phineas and Ferb actually centers around a dark theory — Phineas was killed which impacted Candace gravely, because of which she constantly imagines him having adventures...

    14. Remember Zack and Cody's annoying (but adorable) little friend Travis? Bet you didn't know that it was Jaden Smith.

    15. Big names like Meg Ryan, Tim Curry, Sting, Ed Asner and Whoopi Goldberg have voiced characters on Captain Planet And The Planeteers. Tom Cruise almost voiced Captain Planet.

    16. In Shararat, Jiya was originally to be named Pooja and the characters of Pam, Meeta, Raja and Shanti did not exist.

    17. Some fans believe that Dee Dee is actually Dexter’s time-traveling daughter, sent back in time by Dexter to prevent him from working on an invention that would destroy the world.

    18. The Powerpuff Girls' eyes were inspired by Margaret Keane's (remember the movie, Big Eyes?) work.

    19. It may sound strange given how chauvinistic Johnny Bravo is, but most of its supporters and viewership consisted of women.

    20. He-Man is actually half-human and Skeletor is his uncle who was passed over for the kingship in favour of his brother because his complexion was too dark.

    21. Popeye is responsible for contributing these words to the English language - "wimp", "goon", "doofus" as well as the popular General Purpose vehicle, Jeep.

    22. Tom and Jerry in their pilot episode were named Jasper and Jinx.

    23. Scooby-Doo is actually set in a period of economic depression, that is why the villains always cite financial problems as the motives behind their crimes.

    24. The soundtrack for Remix was sung by popular Channel V band, Aasma.

    25. The Flintstones helped endorse cigarettes once.

    26. Pikachu's name is a combination of the Japanese word for sparkle, pikapika, and the sound of squeaking, which is expressed as chūchū.

    27. Goku has perfomed the "Kamehameha" a total of 97 times throughout all three series of Dragonball.

    28. And finally, there apparently exists a cursed episode of Spongebob Squarepants called Squidward's Suicide which didn't air because it was considered too depressing.