Tom & Jerry: The ultimate ROI in history. Take the same episodes and telecast them a few thousand times over a few hundred channels and they still stay fresh. It was first made when my father was born. The same episodes I saw as a kid and the same episodes my son still watches and laughs non-stop.
Power Rangers: How to take the same ancient old wine and pour it into a different bottle season after season after season and still be a hit with kids…
Doraemon: How to have the coolest robot and the greatest gadgets in the whole planet and still emerge as the biggest loser (Nobita) in your neighbourhood.
Shinchan: God! Do such families actually exist? Or did the cartoonist make this character to make every parent good about his or her child?
Amar Chitra Katha: My favorite cartoon strip becomes a TV serial for my son. That’s progress, I guess!
Mr Bean: It’s OK for your kid to watch Mr Bean 100%, but not OK if your child behaves like Mr Bean even 1%.
Perman: With great power comes great idiocy.
Boobah: If you got high on grass and wanted to make something for 3-year-olds, then this would be it. The Pink Floyd of the toddler world.
Titeuf: If ever any cartoon deserved an X-Rating, then this is it.
Oggy and the Cockroaches: A favorite show to watch while eating? OK, I am old!
© Sunil Rajguru