A Blast From The Past

Unforgettable Kid's Shows From Childhood

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A Blast From The Past

Students remember the shows that shaped their childhood.

Students remember the shows that shaped their childhood.

Photo by: mojzagrebinfo

Students remember the shows that shaped their childhood.

Photo by: mojzagrebinfo

Photo by: mojzagrebinfo

Students remember the shows that shaped their childhood.

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With the release of the Jonas Brothers’ new song, Sucker, after years of separation, the upperclassmen of Midlothian began to feel nostalgic. The Jonas Brothers breached a portal to simpler times when the biggest decision ever made was which channel to watch after getting off the school bus to go home. The greatest hits include shows like Hannah Montana, Wizards of Waverly Place, Drake and Josh, Suite Life of Zach and Cody, and Spongebob Squarepants.  However, commonly forgotten programs filled the young students with joy when they came on at the time.

Memories from Elementary School:

On the trip down memory lane, many remember shows that filled their minds with cartoons and dreams of becoming an animator for Spongebob, or the shows that made them feel like adults for a moment, such as The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. Favorites include:  Courage The Cowardly Dog, Chowder, iCarly, The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, Johnny Test, Pokemon, Kim Possible, Ben 10 Series, Zoe 101, Powerpuff Girls, Big Time Rush, Teen Titans, Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends, That’s So Raven, Emperor’s New Groove

Senior Sam Clemens liked Chowder, sharing, “I thought it was written really well. I liked the animation.”

Senior Emanuele Hoo-Fatt remembered Courage the Cowardly Dog, saying,  “I will always remember the Mac and Cheese Episode when the old woman turns into a baby.”

Senior Tyler Hawthorne watchedSpongebob, remembering,  “I appreciated the humor.”

Honorable Mentions: Rugrats, Avatar The Last Airbender, The Proud Family, Scooby Doo, Kids Next Door, Sonny With a Chance, Winx Club, Danny Phantom, Cory in the House, Fairly Odd Parents, Cheetah Girls, and Totally Spies

Memories from Middle School:

Despite the awkward phases of development, being neither a teen nor a child, kids enjoyed shows that made the “middle life” a little bit sweeter, such as: Victorious, Phineas and Ferb, Ned’s Declassified, Shake it Up, Jessie, Kickin’ It, Good Luck Charlie, Dexter’s Laboratory, Lab Rats

Senior Victoria Willoughby loved Phineas and Ferb, remembering, “I wanted to be like them, also Perry the Platypus was cool.”

Junior Kaija Taylor liked Jessie because shealways wanted to live in New York.”

Senior Christopher Carlson recalled liking iCarly, especially when “Spencer got in the elevator with the ostrich.”

Honorable MentionsPair of Kings, Adventure Time, A.N.T. Farm, Fish Hooks, Steven Universe, Gravity Falls, The Amazing World of Gumball, Ultimate Spiderman, Kick Buttowski, Mighty Med, Suite Life on Deck, Zeke and Luther