I miss the days when the Power Rangers were Jason, Tommy, Kimberly, Zack, Billy, and Trini.
I could never be the green/white ranger because my sister was always the pink ranger. :kobe2
I remember I had one of their morphers, and that Talkboy-like thing (but it was inexplicably a Power Rangers one). I wanted to be the yellow ranger because I didn't like the skirt and helmet on the pink ranger's costume.
So sad that the actress who played Trini died; she was my favorite. :bh:
There was Dexter's Lab, Freakazoid, Animaniacs, X-Men, Batman, Sonic the Hedgehog (the more serious show), Ren and Stimpy, Beavis and Butthead, Daria, Gargoyles, Darkwing Duck, TaleSpin, Tiny Toons, Taz-Mania, TMNT, Dragon Ball Z, Garfield and Friends, and the list goes on.
X-Men/Spiderman > Batman the Animated Series, imo, but I think it's because I'm more of a Marvel girl (though, of DC, I like Batman the most). I still watch those. And Batman Beyond ("Batman of the Future," I think it's called in Canada). Terry McGinnis...
And if you feel that way, OP, you probably wouldn't want to look at this article. Made me feel nostalgic as crap. http://www.buzzfeed.com/daves4/thing...n-in-your-life
(35 Things You Will Never See Again In Your Life
). Just this picture to start with:
Can't believe I actually forgot about Homeward Bound. Used to love those movies.
It all comes with getting older. That kind of feeling usually comes along whenever I watch videos from the 80s (80s baby, yeah!). I like how multiracial the videos were, and there were a lot of songs about people getting past their differences. Well, at least from MJ. 'Beat It' kills me because, 1. the gang members are dancing, and 2. the gangs are multi-ethnic, which I'm pretty sure (if Lockup is anything to go by) is not