Why ‘Cartoon House’ Is Still the Best TV Show Ever: Season 2
In an age of instant gratification and endless content, TV shows are a little bit like “The Big Bang Theory” and “Friends.”
They’re just so good at letting you know what’s coming next, so you can decide for yourself if you want to keep watching.
But if you like the characters, the plots, and the characters’ motivations, you can always return to the original series to find out why this show is still a classic, even if it was way, way before you could watch it.
Cartoon Houses have always been popular in the UK, as the TV series “Paddleboat” has shown.
In the United States, it’s been a staple of sitcoms for decades, especially “Seinfeld,” and now there’s another “cartoon” that’s coming soon to an American home: “Pete’s Dragon.”
It’s a new spinoff of “Pilot” that will follow a group of adventurers, with a main character named Pete (David Anders), who’s an outcast in a fantasy world called The Forest, and who must get lost in the forest to find the source of his powers.
And, as in the original “Pilots” series, there’s also an adorable dragon named Daphne, who is Pete’s sister and the new pet of his new companion.
The new “Pelicans” spinoff is a new story about a new family, a new tribe of people, and an old man named Pete who’s trying to help people.
(Watch a preview of “The Pelicans” here: https://youtu.be/4zfO5z_kXJE) The show will debut in January on Cartoon Network.
This is an entirely new concept for “Petchers,” which is a family of cartoon cats that live in the same house and that has a cat-like cat named Pete.
(The first episode of “Petchers” will air on CartoonNet in January.)
It’s a show that’s both unique and very familiar.
It’s the brainchild of writer/creator/executive producer/star, Michael Price (who also wrote and executive produced “Parks and Recreation,” “Adventure Time,” “The Venture Bros.,” “The Simpsons,” and “The Cleveland Show”), and his team of writers, producers, and animators, which includes “Puppetheads” co-creator, Mark Wahlberg.
In a press release, the network said, “The pilot episode will be a unique and unique story of two brothers who want to help the world, one of them a cartoon cat, the other a man with superpowers, and a lot of fun.
And it will be based on the ‘Pelican’ franchise.
This show is the best of both worlds.
We’re thrilled to have it on our schedule.”
It’s the second season of “DuckTales,” which was launched in 2002 as a new franchise for the Disney Channel.
It was followed by “Mulan,” which ran from 2006-2012, and “Sesame Street,” which aired from 2004-2009.
(Disney Channel’s “Muliand” was launched on March 1, 2012.)
“Ducktales” was a hit, but there were concerns about how well it would work in a younger demographic.
“Podcasts are a different story,” said Price.
“They’re easier to create for young audiences.
You can create a show with all the kids in a home and get them into the right mindset.
I think a lot is going to be made of that.”
The show is also different than the ones that have gone before.
It features a female lead, but it doesn’t have the same female-centric cast of characters that have come before.
“It’s got a lot more female characters, but you don’t have a character that is like ‘Babe, it has to be you!'” said Price, who added that “Ducks” and its spinoff “Pit Pals” were designed to appeal to both girls and boys.
“You have a lot fewer male characters than in previous shows.
It has to do with being a little more grounded in reality.
You don’t want to make things up.
The kids need to be in a situation where they’re actually in control.”
The main character, Pete, is a cat named Dafne (voiced by Amy Acker), who is obsessed with his father, Pete’s brother, who’s also a cat.
Daphnes (played by Amy Sohn) is Pete and Daphnys younger sister, who Pete and his brother live with in the Forest.
Pete is a “pony” in the show.
Dafnes, who has powers, is known for being the “King of the Forest” and also a “Pewter Lady.”
Pete’s younger brother, Pete Jr., is also known for his powers