Cartoon Network is my happy place. It’s a world that I can escape to, filled with zany cartoons designed to make you laugh hysterically or to give you a great day. My day always gets better whenever I see Regular Show on the screen.
Regular Show takes a bunch of odd characters, places them in a park, and gives them a wild adventure every episode filled with plenty of humor. As a child, I loved the show and as an adult I still love it.
The cartoon is appropriate enough for children for it to be on Cartoon Network but is crafted with enough adult sensibilities that even adults can get thoroughly entertained. Spanning eight years and eight seasons I grew up with Regular Show. Its main characters, the blue jay Mordekai and the raccoon Rigby, were my friends. Its title, Regular Show, spawned hilarity, for there’s nothing regular about the cartoon. And one of my favorite actors of all time Mark Hamill voices one of the main characters on the show, a white gorilla named Skips. How can you get better than that?
If you’ve never seen Regular Show do yourself a favor. Find the first episode and give it a watch. You will not be disappointed. In fact, you’ll probably become a Regular Show fan like me.
Oooooooooh!!!! (Only those who know Regular Show will get why I just did that. 😉)
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a fantastic day.
When George Lucas created Star Wars he was making a fantasy epic for children and it just so happened to be one of the greatest movies ever made that resonated with people of all ages. As the years have gone by some of the Star Wars films have continued to cater mostly towards the younger people of the world while some of the franchise’s installments have been a little more frightening than others.
Today I’m listing the five kid-friendliest Star Wars movies. Enjoy! 🙂
5. Attack of the Clones
Attack of the Clones definitely isn’t a dark film and easily one of the most kid-friendly in the Star Wars franchise. (Take it from me. My sister and I used to watch this movie every day as children.) The only thing that could provide caution for younger children are the scenes with Anakin and Padme gallivanting around Naboo and pledging secret love to each other on the planet of Geonosis. Besides that though there isn’t anything scarier in this movie than Anakin talking about sand. Actually, that’s pretty scary. (Lol.) Continue reading The Five Kid-Friendliest ‘Star Wars’ Movies
The Shadow Council
The planet of the surface was just as unsettling as it had appeared from space. The sky was a harsh red, bathing everything in a crimson hue that added an extra hint of gloom to the planet. A forest of brambles that curled and twisted into dense thickets hid whatever creatures lurked beneath watching the First Light’s elongated vessel flying overhead. Vast craggy mountains with sheer cliffs that reached toward the blood-red sky sat at the edge of the forest like towering guards sneering down at the land below. Continue reading QI’RA: Chapter Two