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Old_Zircon - 2010-11-28

Goober and the Ghost Chasers

TheSupafly - 2010-11-29

Such an under rated show, along with all the other Scooby Doo clones. Funky Phantom for the win bra.

fluffy - 2010-11-28

A completely forgettable version of Yogi Bear, and here's a dozen other cartoons nobody will remember in 40 years.

Caminante Nocturno - 2010-11-28

The hate filled Mr. Bigot, and his friend the Greedy Arab.

phalsebob - 2010-11-28

See, you were expecting a Greedy Jew and a Crazed Arab, and you got a Greedy Arab and a Crazed Jew instead just to mix things up a little.

WHO WANTS DESSERT - 2010-11-28

John K wants all TV to be like this, forever.

cognitivedissonance - 2010-11-28

Mr. Bigot is an Italian stereotype.

Bort - 2010-11-29

Mr. Bigot's parents changed their name from "Bigotizzi" at Ellis Island. Don't blame the guy for his dumb parents.

Urkel Forever - 2010-11-28

I read the comments before I watched and I assumed that "Mr Bigot" was just a joke about a character who was used to ham-handedly moralize to children. Oh my.

Urkel Forever - 2010-11-28

"YG-1 "Mr. Bigot" September 8, 1973 (1973-09-08)

In the pilot episode, Yogi and his gang stop at their friend Mr. Cheerful, but a villain named Dr. Bigot plans to experiment on them with his Bigot ray and turn Mr. Cheerful and Yogi into bigots, discriminating against everyone else. "

Dr. Lobotomy - 2012-08-17

I remember absolutely hating After School Specials.

You come home from school, run in and turn on the TV to be sure not to miss the start of Transformers, Voltron, The Real Ghostbusters or whatever and just then some nonsense about some dumb kid not being able to say no to drugs comes on instead...

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