Have you ever felt embarrassed about enjoying a children’s show a little too much? Ever felt like no one understood your attraction to animated characters? Did family members make fun of you when they walked in on you watching a show meant for toddlers when you were in your twenties?

You no longer have to be ashamed. Welcome home.

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  1. Omigosh, when I read Tim’s post on Mooselicker about this new blog, I thought he was just joking. It really does exist. Good luck on this new endeavour, Tim & Lily!!

  2. I’m loving this blog, you and Lily are my two favourite bloggers, seeing you two collaborate on something means you’ll have a definite fan in me. Keep it up!

  3. This is a fantastic addition to the world. I like both of your other sites, Lily in Canada & Mooselicker, as well.

      • Lol, it’s the alter ego of an Internet humorist from thatguywiththeglasses.com, a site where people post humorous reviews of movies, music, video games, etc. Doug Walker plays “The Nostalgia Critic”, an Internet reviewer who reviews movies and some TV shows from the ’80s and ’90s. He started around 2008 and ended it last year. Due to popular demand (I’m guessing), he’s brought the character and show back this year. You can find videos on Youtube.

        The reason I asked is because your tagline is “over analyzing everything so you don’t have to”, and his tagline was “Hello, I’m the Nostalgia Critic, I remember it so you don’t have to”!

        Oh, thanks for being a fan of my blog 😀 ! I need all the fans I can get, lol!

      • FOR REAL? I’ve never heard of this guy. I thought I was being so clever with my title. Darnit. I will check him out though! He sounds funny!

      • If I can find the time, I’m in!
        I love cartoons! Some of my fondest childhood memories involve a huge bowl of cereal and a bright television screen beaming images of animated goodness directly into my brain.

      • Sweet! Same here. Cartoons, kids movies, characters–all give me good memories. Walking down memory lane is basically why we created this blog. And because we have way too much knowledge on the subject of kids shows…

    • Thank you so much Mary! I couldn’t cut Caillou a break when I wrote that–I had to let it all out! If you are ever interested in guest-posting,we would love to have you!

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