If you knew me, and you probably don’t, you’d know that I can talk Pokemon for days, but I’ll keep it super short. As a cartoon, or I should say anime, it’s a fantastic story about friendship, motivation, and overcoming obstacles. It’s fun for the whole family, although as I’ve recently discovered, a 30 year-old brain has some issues with the “plot”.
6. Duck Tales
When you fear that funky bass line, you know you’re in for some Duck Tales Ooh-ooh! Good luck trying to get the catchiest song in the world from our brain. I haven’t seen the reboot yet, but the internet is not seem to be sharpening the pitchforks, so it’s at least as good as the original.
7. Rick and Morty
I know there’s a stigma about people who like Rick and Morty, but it is really a great show, no matter what the toxic fans say about it. Is it more enjoyable if you know your pop cultural references? Hell yeah! Can you still enjoy the humor if you don’t know them? Affirmative.