Top 10 Facts about Cartoon NetworkCartoon Network hasn't been around as long as its rival channel Nickelodeon has, but it has been around since 1992, nearly 30 years now so of course there can still be some interesting funny and/or weird pieces of trivia about the shows themselves or the characters. Anyway here are the Top 10 facts about Cartoon Network.
JG Quintel (creator of Regular Show) stated that the show was improvised and it didn't have a script
in an interview from 2014. He said "Because we're an outline-driven show, we don't have any scripts for the dialogue. A lot of our board artists come from a comics background, and they"re there to put that dialogue in and make acting choices that you wouldn't necessarily done yourself." I think it's insane how they were able to do this and how they made up the hilarious things as they went along.
They appeared in the episode "Leela and the Beanstalk." I haven't seen that episode yet but that's kinda cool. Also another fun fact the voice actor for Jake is also the voice actor for Bender. How did I not notice that?
This is very surprising, since it's extremely rare for a children's show to crossover on an adult show (aside from parodies), I wish people would do this a bit more often.
The Middle of Nowhere was a real place in New Mexico. There was an elderly couple who lived there and they owned a dog. They reported a sighting of a creature that they identified as a skin walker (now I have not heard "skin walker" in a long time). After that, they all disappeared except for the dog. That's horrifying to me.
The creator Ben Bocquelet didn't create some of the characters for Gumball. He reused characters that were rejected while he was working in advertising, and that doesn't bother me at all, I'm just surprised honestly.
This is a funny moment in the show. Billy takes an IQ test and he gets -5. A shovel and candy bracelets got 17. How is that even possible?
This happened only once and this occurred because of daylight savings time. I'm sure this is what EVERY Toonami viewer wanted to watch.
During the middle of the show's life, Warner Bros thought "Hey, you know what would be cool? A Johnny Bravo live-action movie," and, well, it never happened. Something that's quite interesting about this movie that never happened though is the fact that none other than DWAYNE "THE ROCK" JOHNSON was gonna play Johnny! Yes I am serious! The Rock. Apparently he's a huge fan of the show and the producers took note of that. I have a question though, would YOU like to see a Johnny Bravo movie?
I'm sure many people are aware of this but for those who aren't in the episode "The Best" there's a funny commentary on Tumblr and SJW's. You should watch the episode just because of that. I think it's genius.
The girls first appeared in a student film at CalArts and it was titled "Whoop-ass stew." In that film they got their powers from that stew. At the time they were known as the "whoop-ass girls." I think that's kinda funny.
I love this show, but TTG may surpass for the longest running show since it now has over 300 episodes, honestly surprised a long-hated show got a lot of episodes.
It ran for 10 years. That's not surprising considering how popular this show was. I think Teen Titans Go could surpass it though.
It's a good achievement, but my show will later became the NEW longest running show on Cartoon Network.
If the most hated Cartoon Network show surpasses this...