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  • #41788

    Anonymous

    I just had a horrible nightmare involving a cartoon versio0n of Happy Days…

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    #108379

    Anonymous

    Yeah I have seen the Happy Days one before, it was on ABC over here when I was very young.

    #108381

    Anonymous
    &quot;TOMSPY77&quot;:34rp9os0 wrote:
    Yeah I have seen the Happy Days one before, it was on ABC over here when I was very young.
    [/quote:34rp9os0]

    tbh watching it i felt some echo at the back of my mind wake up, which was a horrible feeling.

    Why didnt they let it DIE?

    When I was a kid, Star Trek animated series was all I knew of Star Trek. Which is funny now.

    #108431

    Anonymous

    I remember that from Saturday mornings on BBC1 during Saturday Superstore, it had that annoying mutt Mr Cool in it !&nbsp; <!– s>:( –><img src="{SMILIES_PATH}/angry.gif" alt=">:(" title="Angry" /><!– s>:( –>

    #110152

    Anonymous
    &quot;atomickarma&quot;:3hhphjgj wrote:
    &quot;TOMSPY77&quot;:3hhphjgj wrote:
    Yeah I have seen the Happy Days one before, it was on ABC over here when I was very young.
    [/quote:3hhphjgj]

    When I was a kid, Star Trek animated series was all I knew of Star Trek. Which is funny now.
    [/quote:3hhphjgj]

    That’s funny, cos I watched the original series re-runs as a kid, and I never even knew there was an Animated Series until this past May.

    #110158

    Anonymous
    &quot;Jeff&quot;:mkvtwi1c wrote:
    &quot;atomickarma&quot;:mkvtwi1c wrote:
    &quot;TOMSPY77&quot;:mkvtwi1c wrote:
    Yeah I have seen the Happy Days one before, it was on ABC over here when I was very young.
    [/quote:mkvtwi1c]

    When I was a kid, Star Trek animated series was all I knew of Star Trek. Which is funny now.
    [/quote:mkvtwi1c]

    That’s funny, cos I watched the original series re-runs as a kid, and I never even knew there was an Animated Series until this past May.
    [/quote:mkvtwi1c]

    For a generation of kids in the UK (I’m one) there only ever was the animated series, shown on Saturday morning TV. I was amazed to see there was a tv series with actors in when I was young!

    #110196

    Anonymous

    I used to watch repeats of the original Trek on BBC2, but I never found out about the animated series until about 1990.

    #110203

    Anonymous

    As much as it’s been discussed in this topic, people are going to think it was a disaster!

    (Which it may be as far as I know, since I haven’t seen it yet.)

    #110209

    Anonymous

    I’m sure that was Doctor Teeth from the Muppets doing the opening narration for the Happy Days cartoon.

    #110215

    Anonymous

    I think I discovered the animated Star Trek series in about 1991 upon purchasing a VHS version of the newly released ‘Undiscovered Country’.

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