On this episode of the Holy Nerdy Podcast, after months of buying up any and all of the old cartoons I grew up with on DVD and Blu-ray, I’ve come to the realization that this must be some odd subconsious attempt at somehow preserving my childhood in a way. Maybe as some sort of tangible record or a way to prevent me from forgeting some of the good times. As Caleb and I talk and reminisce about arguably some of the greatest cartoons ever made, he slowly begins to realize that at some point along the way his “adult” has taken over completely, and has locked his “childood” away.
Tiny Toon Adventures On Hulu
My Growing "Old Cartoons" DVD/Blu-ray Collection
Warner Brothers Era
Transformers Are Assholes
Why Am I Collecting These Old Shows?
Toys R Us
Caleb Tries To Diagnose My 90's Fixation Psychosis
Kids Today Don't Know What They Are Missing
Caleb Is Slowly Losing His "Childhood"
His "Adult" Has Completely Taken Over
My "Childhood" And His "Adult" Aren't Friends
The Future Looks Bleak For The Fandom
Ren & Stimpy Adult Party Cartoon Bonus Episodes
Caleb and I are currently preppring for our next "Bonus" episode detailing the history as well as audio commentary of the short lived and hugely divisive series featuring our favorite psychotic chihuahua and dimwitted cat, The Ren & Stimpy: Adult Party Cartoon. This next episode containing more history as well as commentary on the next episode in the series will be released as soon as we hit 10 Reviews on ITunes. Additional episodes after that will be released at 10 review intervals until we complete the animated series. We are really looking forward to these bonus episodes. We have done our homework and have compiled a treasure trove of backstory and history on creator John Kricfalusi including introductions for each episode from John K. himself.
Due to the recent allegations involving John Kricfalusi, we have decided to release the remaining episodes in this series for free. Stay tuned for those bonus episodes in the near future.
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