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    23 Forgotten Cartoons From Your Childhood That You’ll Immediately Remember On Sight

    The nostalgia is OVERWHELMING.

    1. Cyberchase


    Matt, Inez, and Jackie began their quest to defeat the evil Hacker on PBS Kids in 2002. The show still airs new episodes to this day!

    2. Maggie and the Ferocious Beast


    Maggie took us on an adventure into the imaginary world "Nowhere Land" with her two friends the Ferocious Beast and Hamilton Hocks, who was a pig, obviously.

    3. Franklin


    You may remember Franklin as the turtle who "could count by twos and tie his shoes."

    4. Rolie Polie Olie

    Disney Channel

    Olie was the robot who was small AND smart AND round.

    5. Max and Ruby


    Max was always up to something ~mischievous~.

    6. Dragon Tales


    "I wish, I wish with all my heart to fly with dragons in a land apart." —you immediately after seeing this pic

    7. ChalkZone


    It had one of the best theme songs of all time.

    8. Stanley

    Disney Channel

    You knew it was about to go down when Stanley brought out The Great Big Book of Everything.

    9. Oswald


    Oswald and his hot dog, Weenie, tackled life in the Big City!

    10. Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat


    Sagwa was both incredibly kind and great at calligraphy.

    11. My Life as a Teenage Robot


    The only thing harder than being a teenager is being a robot teenager!

    12. Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi

    Cartoon Network

    This show brought the world of Japanese pop music to American cartoons.

    13. PB&J Otter

    Disney Channel

    Peanut, Butter, and Jelly were an incredibly iconic sibling trio.

    14. Maisy


    Maisy took "quiet as a mouse" to a whole new level because she literally never spoke.

    15. Liberty's Kids


    Before Hamilton, Liberty's Kids was where we got our American history lessons.

    16. Maya and Miguel


    Remember how Maya's hairband would start to glow when she came up with a good idea??

    17. George Shrinks


    This show made you wish you were three inches tall.

    18. Dave the Barbarian

    Disney Channel

    Dave the Barbarian literally crushed gender roles and proved that a traditionally masculine man could also enjoy things like knitting and cooking!

    19. Catscratch


    Gordon, Waffle, and Mr. Blik were just three kitties who inherited a fortune!

    20. Seven Little Monsters


    Ironically, they were pretty large.

    21. Braceface

    Disney Channel

    Like many young people, Sharon Spitz had to endure braces. Unlike them, her braces became electrically charged and gave her strange abilities such as intercepting phone signals.

    22. 6teen

    Nickelodeon / Cartoon Network

    6teen was very appropriately about six teens, and it mostly took place in a shopping mall.

    23. Little Bear


    This is the most wholesome children's show that has ever existed.