I agree. I don't think that Samurai Jack is a terrible show by any means, but outside of its artwork and the fight scenes, I don't think it was really that interesting to watch. There were some fun episodes here and there, but I never really got into it. I agree that the art and humor that they were using for Teen Titans definitely prevents it from being forgettable, especially compared to other DC animated series. Granted, I do think that they have some good points about its flaws. I agree with them about how the Terra arc could have been better paced and handled. If she was on the main cast for a season, or even half of one, before becoming a villain, then I think it would have been more satisfying. Though, I always felt more depressed for Beast Boy during that arc. Maybe it helps that the image of Beast Boy whimpering in a dog form with Terra's gift always made me feel sad due to being a huge dog person, but I always felt much more sympathetic for Beast Boy than Terra. I don't think that Terra was unsympathetic, but it felt like she caused all of her problems herself when she could have been happy if she didn't run to Slade. I also thought that some of the characters did develop during the course of the series. Raven and Cyborg felt like they did at least, along with maybe Beast Boy. I don't remember how seasons three and four ended, but I do agree that Slade being the only intimidating villain was a problem. I don't think I really expected Teen Titans to be on a high point of this list, but I was kind of expecting to see it somewhere. Still, I think that they had some valid points as to why it isn't on the list, but I still disagree with the idea that it's forgettable. As for Kim Possible, I don't think that the later seasons are that bad. I'll admit that Kim being so perfect did get a bit tiresome and Rufus being so important was kind of annoying at times too, but I still think it was a fun show. I'm also not sure if I'd say that Ron was stupid. He felt more like a goofball kind of character and he did develop as the series progressed. Considering that the series was brought back for a fourth season, I don't think it's too surprising that it existed for fanservice. I did like seeing Kim and Ron being boyfriend and girlfriend and the ending felt pretty satisfying. While I like it, I'm not sure if I'd put it high up on a list like this. It probably would be still in the bottom fifteen part of the list. I can see how American Dragon making a significant amount of improvement with its second season would have given it an edge compared to Kim Possible though.