Remember waking up on Saturday morning and eating about five bowls of Trix while you watched cartoons and being soooo mad at your mom for vacuuming while you were trying to watch your show? What was she trying to do, make us play outside?
Children of the '80s and '90s pretty much learned everything they need to know from TV. (It was basically like a third parent.) Besides "very special" sitcom episodes, one of the major ways we learned about how to say no to drugs and avoid "stranger danger" was from public service announcements.
Voice actors: the unsung heroes of our childhood. People all over the world know the characters they help to create, but very few people know the faces behind the voices. Today, we want to give some of the great cartoon voices their due. Plus, we love watching them work, talk, or just goof around.
If you're like every single person alive right now, you're probably sitting there thinking, "I love Lisa Frank, but how can I incorporate more of her colorful art into my relatively grown-up lifestyle?" Easy-peesy lemon-squeezy, that's how...
We're going to go ahead and assume you liked 'Full House' as a child, because every time we tell somebody that we didn't like 'Full House' as a child, we get weird sideways glances and also we have no friends left. Since you are clearly a huge 'Full House' fan, here's a video that's probably of interest to you -- Uncle Jesse (aka John Stamos) and his band The Rippers reunited on 'Late Night With J