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    Sonic...otherwise I wouldn't be here, Pokemon, Doctor Who, Kingdom Hearts.
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  1. Name a show that you respect but don’t necessarily like.

    I’m really not all that into Steven Universe, but I’m still grateful for what it’s done for LGBT representation in kids media (even if it could do better in a couple of areas).

    1. Strickerx5


      The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.

      I appreciate the show for being so different in a time where CN really was trying to off itself but the shit is just too weird for me.

    2. Sean


      Adventure Time. I liked it early on but I wasn't into how lore-heavy it became later on so I grew out of it.

    3. Harkofthewaa


      Game of Thrones. Such a complex and intricate story ruined by people shagging each other every five minutes. I really want to get into that series but come on.

    4. Menace2Society


      Probably Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Cool how we have a show focused on an agency rather a group of superheroes (or just one superhero that is) but I always thought the show was boring.

    5. Ferno


      Loud House. Its great that a nicktoon besides Spongebob took off in the 2010s and I liked the few eps of it that I saw, but something about the aura the show gives off, or maybe just the fandom, keeps me mostly at bay for the most part

    6. Emperor Robrainiac

      Emperor Robrainiac

      Rick and Morty for me. It has it's moments both in terms of humor and emotion, but at the end of the day, I find that it relies heavily on the same kind of crude and edgy humor that you see in pretty much every adult show I've seen.

    7. Supah Berry

      Supah Berry

      Now, I both respect and "like" Spongebob. I agree it's among Nickelodeon's best, and say its worthy of the honor of being one of the greatest cartoons of all.

      But I don't "worship" it.

      Good lord, could I care less about those thousands of people proclaiming that Seasons 1-3 are the be-all-end-all masterpiece of human media and that all seasons afterwards belong in the 10th circle of hell and stuff. I see Spongebob, and most TV shows in general, as nothing more than something I could just watch and unwind. It was there to shut my brain and help cool it off after a long school day, but I wasn't eagerly look forward to it or anything. 

      I've heard a lot bout what bad stuff happened in seasons 5 - 9, do I hate them? Yeah, I feel such immorality should not belong to what's supposed to be shown to kids. But honestly, when I saw a "bad" episode, I simply thought it was boring and stupid. That's it. My only viewing of (what I think was) One Coarse Meal? "That was dumb." And forgot all about it the next day.

      Yet people still go on and on how offended they are by a piece of fictional comic media and it soured it's characters. I for one have a much simpler option: moving on. If the series is good again, that's great. Too bad I don't watch TV anymore anyhow. 

      And no, Squidward is not the best and most relatable character in the show. 

    8. Bowbowis


      Not a TV show, but that basically sums up my feelings towards Mario (sans the RPGs). The games are obviously very well crafted but none of them have ever really made an impression on me. Like, I know Odyssey got rave reviews but all I think when playing it is"Yes. This is a video game. I am playing it. It very much exists."

    9. The Deleter

      The Deleter

      Used to be Steven Universe and Adventure Time, but ever since rewatching them this year and have them become some of my favorite things, among other things, I'm convinced if I respect something but don't enjoy it, I'm just not watching/reading/playing/doing it at the right time in my life. Like I'm coming into them with a predisposition or a bias that I need to lose over time to just see it from a different perspective.

      Makes me kinda happy, because there is a lot of stuff out there that I respect artistically right now, but don't enjoy altogether. Gives me something to look forward to in case I finally click with it later on down the road. Also makes me feel refreshed, like it reaffirms I'm always changing, and never stuck in one mindset despite getting older throughout the years.

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