Oh Yeah! Cartoons

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  • TV-Y
  • 1998
  • 3 Seasons
  • 7.4  (309)

Oh Yeah! Cartoons was a beloved animated series that aired on Nickelodeon from 1998 to 2002. The show was a showcase for emerging animators and writers, providing a platform for new ideas and fresh talent to be presented to young audiences. One of the standout features of the show was its rotating cast of voice actors, including Kenan Thompson, Josh Server, Mark Hamill, Candi Milo, Frank Welker, Grey DeLisle, Joe Lala, John Kassir, Kath Soucie, Mary Kay Bergman, Rodger Bumpass, Pat Fraley, Tom Kenny, Tress MacNeille, and Tom Wilson. These talented performers brought a variety of characters to life, each with their own distinct personalities and quirks.

The show's format was simple but effective. Each half-hour episode consisted of three short animated segments, all created by different artists and writers. This allowed for a wide range of styles and storytelling approaches, from slapstick comedy to heartfelt drama.

One segment that proved particularly popular with audiences was "The Fairly OddParents," which went on to become its own standalone series. Created by Butch Hartman, the show followed the adventures of a boy named Timmy Turner, who is granted two fairy godparents to help him navigate the challenges of growing up. The show's humor was both wacky and endearing, and it quickly became a fan favorite.

Other memorable segments from Oh Yeah! Cartoons included "ChalkZone," which focused on a boy named Rudy who discovers a magical chalkboard that allows him to enter a world of his own creations; "My Life as a Teenage Robot," which followed the adventures of a robot girl named XJ-9 as she navigated the challenges of high school; and "The Zappys," a hilarious parody of award shows and Hollywood culture.

One of the strengths of the show was its ability to appeal to a wide range of audiences. While the target demographic was children aged 6-11, the show's humor and storytelling were often sophisticated enough to entertain older viewers as well. This was thanks in no small part to the writing and animation talent that the show attracted, including creators like Butch Hartman, Fred Seibert, and David Feiss.

All in all, Oh Yeah! Cartoons was a groundbreaking series that helped launch the careers of dozens of talented artists and writers. Its legacy lives on today through shows like The Fairly OddParents and ChalkZone, which continue to entertain audiences of all ages. If you're looking for a fun and creative animated series to watch with your kids, this show is definitely worth checking out.

Oh Yeah! Cartoons is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (26 episodes). The series first aired on September 8, 1998.

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Fairly OddParents:
7. Fairly OddParents:
July 19, 1998
Timmy decides that he wants to be a superhero, but he cannot decide what special power he wants to have. Wanda and Cosmo recommend that he try them all.
Jelly's Day: Auntie Broth / Terry & Chris / Mina & The Count: Franken Frog
6. Jelly's Day: Auntie Broth / Terry & Chris / Mina & The Count: Franken Frog
December 18, 1999
Jelly takes her Aunt Broth to the mall for a makeover. The only problem is no one can touch her because she laughs hysterically and people have to run for cover. So, Jelly decides to perform open brain surgery right in the salon.
Super Santa:
5. Super Santa: "Vegetation"/Elise: "Mere Mortal"/A Kid's Life: "Picture Perfect"
April 13, 2002
Out on a relaxing drive in his sleigh, Santa and Emma decide to have a picnic. Accidentally, Santa drops a sandwich bag and it lands on what they believe is an uninhabited island.
Chalkzone: Rudy's Date / A Kid's Life / The Fairly Oddparents: Too Many Timmys
4. Chalkzone: Rudy's Date / A Kid's Life / The Fairly Oddparents: Too Many Timmys
September 18, 1999
When Bullnerd erases Penny's formula off the chalk board, Rudy shows her how she can recover it - by venturing into Chalkzone.
Super Santa:
3. Super Santa: "South Pole Joe" / Sick and Tired: "Bug Bite" / The Goose Lady: "The Ugly Duck Thing
March 30, 2002
In this merry tale, it turns out that Santa Claus has a brother - South Pole Joe. Yes, Joe lives in the South Pole and is not very happy about it. So, when he reads yet another newspaper headline about some heroic act by his cheerful brother, it proves to be too much.
The Fairly Oddparents: Where's The Wand / Magic Trixie / Tales From The Goose Lady: Humpty Dumpty
2. The Fairly Oddparents: Where's The Wand / Magic Trixie / Tales From The Goose Lady: Humpty Dumpty
September 18, 1999
When one of the Fairy Godparents loses his wand, Vicky dressed up as a Fairy herself, goes to the school's costume party with the real wand and inadvertently causes all wishes in ear shot to come true.
Jack and the Beatstalk / Twins Crimson / Olly & Frank
1. Jack and the Beatstalk / Twins Crimson / Olly & Frank
August 23, 1998
Coffee shop owners, Jack and his beatnick mother, are in jeopardy of going out of business thanks to a mega-chain coffee shop opening next door. When a vine grows from Jack's bag of magic coffee beans, he discovers the key element to bring their business back together.
Where to Watch Oh Yeah! Cartoons
Oh Yeah! Cartoons is available for streaming on the Nickelodeon website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Oh Yeah! Cartoons on demand at Amazon and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    September 8, 1998
  • IMDB Rating
    7.4  (309)