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    29 Forgotten Cartoons From The Early ‘00s We Don’t Talk About Enough

    Ohhh yeahh I remember that one!

    1. The X's (2005)

    Nickelodeon

    Fondest memory: The amazing style of the show, it really stuck out from most cartoons.

    2. Yakkity Yak (2003)

    Teletoon

    Fondest memory: The character with the pineapple head.

    3. Martin Mystery (2003)

    M6

    Fondest memory: Thinking this is like Zoolander meets Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!.

    4. As Told By Ginger (2000)

    Nickelodeon

    Fondest memory: All the life lessons this cartoon taught you.

    5. My Gym Partner's a Monkey (2005)

    Cartoon Network

    Fondest memory: The premise of the show, which was also the title of the show. Poor Adam.

    6. Watch My Chops (2003)

    BBC

    Fondest memory: Watching it and genuinely cracking TF up.

    7. George Shrinks (2000)

    PBS

    Fondest memory: The amazing theme song.

    8. Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat (2001)

    PBS

    Fondest memory: The peace the show would give you and how amazing Sagwa was at writing.

    9. Lloyd in Space (2001)

    Disney

    Fondest memory: Wondering when Tino, Lor, Carver, or Tish would show up.

    10. The Weekenders (2000)

    Disney

    Fondest memory: Their constant outfit changes and when Tino would speak directly to the viewer.

    11. Clone High (2002)

    Teletoon

    Fondest memory: Not remembering all the historic characters these characters were based on.

    12. The Oblongs (2001)

    Warner Bros.

    Fondest memory: The pure insanity of the show.

    13. My Life As A Teenage Robot (2003)

    Nickelodeon

    Fondest memory: When Jenny completely roasted a kindergarten student.

    14. The Berenstain Bears (2004)

    PBS

    Fondest memory: Thinking that this is EXACTLY how you imagined the show being when you read it.

    15. Totally Spies! (2001)

    Teletoon

    Fondest memory: Wanting to be a badass spy and imagining yourself as Sam, Clover, or Alex.

    16. Teamo Supremo (2002)

    ABC

    Fondest memory: The intro and the fact that it was short lived.

    17. Max & Ruby (2002)

    Nickelodeon

    Fondest memory: Max ruining EVERYTHING.

    18. Maya & Miguel (2004)

    PBS

    Fondest memory: Imagining you were part of the Santos family.

    19. Cyberchase (2002)

    PBS

    Fondest memory: Not realizing that you were learning while watching it.

    20. Ozzy & Drix (2002)

    Warner Bros.

    Fondest memory: Thinking about these two all in your immune system anytime you got sick.

    21. ChalkZone (2002)

    Nickelodeon

    Fondest memory: Never being able to look at chalkboards the same.

    22. X-Men: Evolution (2000)

    Warner Bros.

    Fondest memory: Comparing it to the X-Men animated series from the '90s and thinking it might be better.

    23. Class of 3000 (2006)

    Cartoon Network

    Fondest memory: Singing along to all the amazing songs.

    24. Fillmore! (2002)

    ABC

    Fondest memory: Feeling like an adult watching every episode because it's like the animated version of Law & Order: SVU with less egregious crimes.

    25. Phantom Investigators (2002)

    Warner Bros.

    Fondest memory: Not knowing whether you were watching Phantom Investigators or Life With Loopy.

    26. Teacher's Pet (2000)

    Disney

    Fondest memory: Watching and thinking, "How doesn't anyone know that this 'kid' is obviously a dog in disguise?".

    27. Seven Little Monsters (2000)

    PBS

    Fondest memory: Feeling like this was like an animated version of Where the Wild Things Are.

    28. Jackie Chan Adventures (2000)

    Warner Bros.

    Fondest memory: "One more thing!"

    29. Kenny The Shark (2003)

    Discovery Kids

    Fondest memory: Watching and waiting for Kenny to eat someone and destroy the sanctity of the show.

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