Growing up Without Cable

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  1. I also remember watching dinosaur train, super why, and sid the science kid which was my favorite..

  2. I loved to watch Martha Speaks, it was my favorite show as a kid! Which explains why I loved spaghetti-Os so much.

  3. I watched literally all these shows growing up!!! It’s so nostalgic to look back at them! I’m a teenager now, but it seems like just yesterday I was watching dragon tails in bed with a bowl of soup getting over a cold. Did anyone else get a huge wave of nostalgia from this?

  4. My favorite was The Electric Company. It had word balls and some crazy girl named Francine who wanted to mess up the English language (she also scams people and stuff).
    edit: and rapping

    HEY YOU GUYYYYYYYYYYSSSSSSSSSSSSS
    10/10

  5. PBS was my childhood! Especially Cyberchase, Dragon Tales, Fetch!, Maya & Miguel, Arthur, and Zoboomafoo.

  6. I was in a cab today and the cab driver said, «I love my job, I’m my own boss. Nobody tells me what to do…» Then I said, «turn Left».

    update : he kicked me out of the car.

  7. «This episode was made possible by contributions to your PBS station, from viewers like you

    THANK YOU»

    • Dexter’s Laboratory, Hey Arnold, Olivers Travels (i think it was something like that can’t remember) Rugrats, the Early Days of Sponge bob, Johnny Bravo ah yes my childhood Seeing that my siblings Childhood is pretty much raised on Netflix and youtube. i Showed my 10 year old Brother some the episodes i managed to scrounge up on Youtube and he actually enjoyed them

    • the hell you on about? THIS generational (think that’s the word) spent a lot of time watching hey Arnold! it was my entire livelihood during 2013 so… i was a kid when i watched it.

  8. I watched pbs kids a lot in america. In canada we had something called ytv which was pretty much the canadian nickelodeon for free so I still kept up with spongebob and fairly odd parents. I hated pbs educational shows like super why and sid the science kid. I just watched pbs kids for arthur (my favorite pbs show) and to pass the time.

    • boomerang made such a transformation. f%king regular show airs on there now. gumball and teen titans go have aired on there before even though they are currently running and regular show took a year after its end. hopefully adventure time airs on there soon.

    • I am a unicorn Many of the show had a new art style like callilou, bob the builder( was changed completely) , arthur, and cyberchase is different more crudity as well and many morals for todays world is happenning. Love it. Yup.

  9. Yeeee Finaly a new Video *WOHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOWOHHOOOOOOOOOO YEEEEREE FINALY A NEW VIDEO FINALYYYYYY*

  10. JAMES I completely agree with all of your show scores! Clifford is great, dragon tales was good I never watched it that much. Arthur was the best imo. Wild kratts is awesome. It’s a newer show but still… Its pretty cool.

  11. I used to love Clifford!! Arthur was a good show too!! Waking up on the weekends to watch cartoons in the mornings was always the best :’)

  12. As a little kid I saw an episode of Dragon Tales on PBS where the two headed dragon pinched itself during a shot to make it not hurt. Two decades later despite being a grown adult I still do this every month when I get my blood drawn.

  13. Before I ever knew what Youtube and Internet was, I watched so much PBS kids on the television that it’s not even funny -u-

  14. I’m a 90s kid. I had cable my whole life, but I still loved PBS. Don’t know anyone who didn’t watch PBS growing up. As a matter of fact, when I was in elementary school we used to watch PBS shows all the time. Especially Authur.

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