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Cartoon Network's Top 20 Biggest Mess-Ups
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t***@gmail.com
2013-10-14 06:46:33 UTC
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Here's the full list for those who don't feel like watching the whole video:
Spoiler:
20. New logo and slogan ("Check it.")

19. Airing otherwise weak and less creative new promos

18. Never reviving Cartoon Theater and never having different animated movies that weren't already recently shown

17. Never showing North American viewers Powerpuff Girls Z

16. Banning the last Powerpuff Girls episode

15. Not planning or having an epic conclusion to Samurai Jack

14. The Hall of Game Awards

13. The "Speak Up" anti-bullying campaign

12. Replacing Cartoon Theater w/ Flicks featuring Kevin Wu

11. Canceling Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series

10. Ben 10: Omniverse

9. Teen Titans Go!

8. The Looney Tunes Show

7. Unnecessary live-action shows

6. Canceling Toomani

5. Recently airing and accepting cheap and bland animated shows

4. Moving the revived Toomani to Adult Swim

3. Cartoon Network's handling of their 20th birthday celebration

2. The Incredible Crew (see #7)

1. Hiring Stuart Snider as chief/president of Cartoon Network

Now this similar video goes into this particular discussion into far more detail than the previous one that I posted:
http://www.toonzone.net/forums/cartoon-network-cartoon-forum/306534-cartoon-networks-top-20-biggest-mess-ups.html#post4156110

10. Changing the original Cartoon Network logo


9. Ditching the 3D cartoon city


8. Losing the contract w/ Hanna-Barbara Productions (the producers of The What a Cartoon Show)


7. Bumpers declining in quality


6. Boomerang's weak distribution/lack of wide-spread availability


5. The cancellation of Toomani


4. Importing Canadian shows instead of producing their own shows


3. Replacing Cartoon Cartoon Fridays w/ Fried Dynamite


2. Live-action on Cartoon Network


1. No more original programming (see #4)
Antonio E. Gonzalez
2013-10-16 04:22:35 UTC
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On Sun, 13 Oct 2013 23:46:33 -0700 (PDT), ***@gmail.com wrote:

Oooh, a certain cut-and-paste hater's back!
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20. New logo and slogan ("Check it.")
Not bad, actually.
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19. Airing otherwise weak and less creative new promos
"Weak and less creative" being very subjective.
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18. Never reviving Cartoon Theater and never having different animated movies that weren't already recently shown
17. Never showing North American viewers Powerpuff Girls Z
This is a good thing . . . a *very* good thing.
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16. Banning the last Powerpuff Girls episode
Which was aired anyway.
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15. Not planning or having an epic conclusion to Samurai Jack
Out of their power.
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14. The Hall of Game Awards
13. The "Speak Up" anti-bullying campaign
Not surprisingly, our hater is pro-bullying.
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12. Replacing Cartoon Theater w/ Flicks featuring Kevin Wu
11. Canceling Young Justice and Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Young Justice was going downhill fast.
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10. Ben 10: Omniverse
9. Teen Titans Go!
Nice, fresh take on the Titans.
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8. The Looney Tunes Show
Mixed reaction, with more than enough praise.
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7. Unnecessary live-action shows
No such thing.
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6. Canceling Toomani
It's been back for over a year now.
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5. Recently airing and accepting cheap and bland animated shows
"Cheap and bland," again with the subjective stuff!
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4. Moving the revived Toomani to Adult Swim
Making #6 irrelevant; also, this move freed Toonami's ability to
provide content.
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3. Cartoon Network's handling of their 20th birthday celebration
Done well, actually
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2. The Incredible Crew (see #7)
Fun show!
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1. Hiring Stuart Snider as chief/president of Cartoon Network
These "criticism" seem to prove this was a good move.
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http://www.toonzone.net/forums/cartoon-network-cartoon-forum/306534-cartoon-networks-top-20-biggest-mess-ups.html#post4156110
10. Changing the original Cartoon Network logo
9. Ditching the 3D cartoon city
8. Losing the contract w/ Hanna-Barbara Productions (the producers of The What a Cartoon Show)
7. Bumpers declining in quality
Subjective again!
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6. Boomerang's weak distribution/lack of wide-spread availability
Not even Cartoon Network!
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5. The cancellation of Toomani
*checks"

Yup, still been back for over a year.
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4. Importing Canadian shows instead of producing their own shows
A hater of Canada as well, eh.
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3. Replacing Cartoon Cartoon Fridays w/ Fried Dynamite
Wow, this must be five years old!
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2. Live-action on Cartoon Network
I still miss Tower Prep.
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1. No more original programming (see #4)
Like Adventure Time, or Regular Show; oh, wait . . .



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