People Share TV Shows From Their Childhood That No One Seems To Remember
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When I was a kid, I would occasionally watch this show called Big Bag. It went off the air more than 20 years ago and it seemed to only play at five or six in the morning. If I happened to wake up early, I'd catch it. It was targeted toward preschool viewers and was fun and silly, a partnership between Cartoon Network and what is now the Sesame Workshop.

Sometimes I wonder if I'm the only person who remembers it existed. But I'm not the only one with this kind of dilemma.

People shared their thoughts with us after Redditor LegitimateMangoHeir asked the online community,

"What's a show from your childhood that no one else seems to remember?"

Sagwa The Chinese Siamese Cat (2001)

"I thought Sagwa the Chinese Siamese Cat was a fever dream for so long."

lucianfoster

Probably because it only had a single season! Might as well have vanished off the face of the earth after that.

Hamtaro (2002)

"Hamtaro. For the LONGEST time I distinctly remembered watching the show but couldn't remember what it was called or anything else. I remember having a revelation in middle school and going "IT'S REAL???"

SurrealGod

It certainly was real! And it was quite possibly the cutest thing to ever be broadcast on our television screens.

Gargoyles (1994)

"There's a specific age group that really enjoyed Gargoyles."

[deleted]

Hi, it's me. I'm the age-group. There are dozens of us!

Mummies Alive! (1997)

"Mummies Alive! That and Gargoyles were my favourites to watch after school."

DiamondEyeOctopus

Another one that aired for a single season, it was part of a general trend of "mummymania" in 1990s pop culture.

Out of the Box (1998)

"Out of the Box. So long, farewell, to you my friends."

tryharderSr

This one had a good run. That theme song is now in my head.

Count Duckula (1988)

"Count Duckula. The best damn cartoon ever!"

Belthezare

I hadn’t heard that theme song in decades and I was just transported back to my childhood room.

Maggie and the Ferocious Beast (2000)

"Maggie and the Ferocious Beast. Great googly moogly!"

peanutbutter707

O Canada! This one was cute!

Stick Stickly from "Nick in the Afternoon" (1994)

"Anyone remember Stick Stickley on Nickelodeon? I even remember the jingle but everyone I talk to looks at me crazy!"

eluzum

Write to me, Stick Stickley, PO BOX 963, New York City, New York State, 10108!

The Angry Beavers (1997)

"The Angry Beavers. People look at me like I’m a psycho when I mention it."

[deleted]

This one — along with CatDog — was super popular!

2 Stupid Dogs (1993)

"2 Stupid Dogs. Well, ain't that cute. But it's wrong!"

DeathSpiral321

I quote that line at least once a day. I loved that show.

You should probably run to YouTube and take a trip down memory lane. Thankfully, many of these are available in some capacity for you to enjoy!

Have some shows you love that you'd like to mention? Tell us more in the comments below!

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