"[The Internet] is a seriously cool way to network the hell out of a new idea, not the least of which is seeing what else is out there for inspirations."
In honor of one of the greatest cartoons of my generation, I've picked my favorite episode from each season. Sit back, gorge on some pizza, and recollect why you loved 'TMNT' in the first place.
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Now many fans of the original 'Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles' are parents themselves, and I've heard several of them complain that Saturday morning cartoons just don't have the same appeal as they once had, or that their kids don't have the slightest familiarity with the Saturday morning cartoon routine. All of that will change when the new, refurbished 'TMNT' premieres.
"Time is about appreciating having all this ability to sort of capture the eternity of a moment, but then knowing that you're going to have to let it go at some point. Winter will come."
I am probably the best mom ever. At least that's what my son told me in a text he sent me to wish me a Happy Mother's Day. Really? Probably the best mom?
I spent a lot of time watching Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles when I was younger, especially in my pre-teen years. It's funny how you don't appreciate something at the time, but when you go back to watch it, you realize: Man, my generation had it made when it came to cartoons.
Engage our children's minds, give them stories to follow and trust that they are smarter than you realize. Parents, for the love of all things television, introduce your children to the cartoons from your childhood.
With Looking For A Fight, the Sweetback Sisters could turn out to be the decade's Bring It Girls. Showing true grit and wit, they are a genuine blast from the past -- no matter how far back you want to go.