Rocket Power (1999-2004)
Four young friends share action and extreme sports in the animated town of Ocean Shores, Calif. Otto Rocket, his sister, Reggie, and their pals Twister and Sam excel at just about every aggressive sport you can imagine. Whether it's skateboarding, mountain biking or surfing, together these kids are up for anything.
Powerpuff Girls (1998-2005)
Accidentally created in a lab by Professor Utonium, superpowered sisters Blossom, Bubbles and Buttercup regularly save Townsville from evildoers such as Mojo Jojo, the Gangreen Gang and Him. Blossom is the self-proclaimed leader of the trio, Bubbles is the cute one and Buttercup is the toughest one.
Pinky and the Brain (1995-1998)
Pinky and Brain are genetically enhanced laboratory mice who reside in a cage in the Acme Labs research facility. Brain is self-centered and scheming; Pinky is good-natured but feebleminded. In each episode, Brain devises a new plan to take over the worldwhich ultimately ends in failure: usually due to Pinky's idiocy, the impossibility of Brain's plan, Brain's own arrogance, or just circumstances beyond their control.
The Magic School Bus (1994-1997)
They feature the antics of Ms. Valerie Frizzle and her class, who board an anthropomorphic Type A school bus which takes them on field trips to impossible locations, such as the solar system, clouds, the past, and the human body. The books are written in the first person from the point of view of an unnamed student in "the Friz's" class. The class pet Liz, a lizard, accompanies the class on their field trips.
Johnny Bravo (1999-2004)
Johnny Bravo has no shortage of confidence, and he's certain that all women want him. With his big hair and tight black clothes, he's known for his karate chops, accompanied by the sound of a bullwhip.
Dexter's Laboratory (1997-2003)
Sleep tight, America! Your fate lies safely in the hands of Dexter, a child genius who whips up dazzling, world-saving inventions in his secret laboratory. Big sister Dee Dee frequently wrecks his experiments, but his bigger nemesis is Mandark, his brilliant rival at Huber Elementary School. Mom and Dad, of course, have no idea what their little angel is up to.
Conjoined siblings -- one a dog, the other a cat -- deal with the unique challenges of their existence. Cat, the more clever of the two, frequently has a plan or a scheme in the works, and more often than not, that scheme goes awry. Together, the brothers face constant ridicule from the Greaser Dogs, as well as from Winslow, a mouse that lives in the wall of their house. Cat longs for fame and fortune, while Dog is happy chasing garbage trucks -- a pursuit that always ends with Cat being towed helplessly along as Dog runs headlong after the next truck.
Hey Arnold! (1998-2004)
Young Arnold lives with his grandparents in the city of Hillwood. The fourth grader with a football-shaped head takes on adventures to help solve classmates' problems or come up with solutions to his own predicaments. Arnold often tackles the incidents with best friend Gerald, who tries to be the voice of reason. Young Helga is often mean to Arnold -- after all, she's the school bully -- but secretly has a crush on him