1. Tokyo Pig - Quite possibly one of the most brilliant shows of all time, this short lived ABC Family dub was just that...brilliant. Amazing voice acting, tons of breaking-the-fourth wall moments and just incredibly inspired silliness made each episode a laugh riot. ANd, hey, I can relate...hero wanting to control his imagination...and I'm into the weather too! 2. Pinky & The Brain - Animaiacs was great, but Pinky & The Brain took it to an entirely new level. With witty, sharp writing and quality voice acting, this was simply a great toon. Had a short prime-time run too! 3. Dave the Barbarian - No one seems to have heard of this modern-day Disney classic, the best cartoon they've made since the days of Darkwing Duck. Insane writing, crazy tangants, nifty references and quality voice acting along with a great narrator add to tons of fun upon every viewing. 4. The Tick - Absoultely crazy--and brilliant--superhero parody show! No show had quite the zaniness as the Tick, and the lack of a DVD release leaves me completely clueless. 5. Rocky & Bulliwinkle & Friends - The original pun-mania cartoon had it all--crazy writing, good tangeants, quality animation, and an amusing narrator. Simply a classic. 6. Pokemon - One of my all-time favorites, I just can't seem to outgrow this kid's anime Smooth animation, a rich fantasy setting, excellent jokes, good continiuity and some of the best voice acting around leads to a show that's always fun to watch. 7. Futurama - In my opinion, Futurama surpasses the Simpsons, but barely. This is done by the number of Star Trek and sci-fi references. Add to that good voice acting, great humor, top-notch voice acting and breathtaking animation. 8. Garfield & Friends - The recent DVD sets have reminded me how incredibly well-written this show was. The voices are perfect, and the animation is great. But, again, the writing is better than any live-action sitcom of the past 10 years (except for Frasier, of course ) 9. The Simpsons - Simply great. Lots of jokes, good humor, and yet a certain good-natured, family charm to it. To me, there is no Simpsons 1 and SImpsons 2 or all of that--because the show still has the humorous writing, quality voice acting, and good fun that it's always had. 10. Looney Tunes - Immortal classics unsurpassed. Mel Blanc and the writers and animators of these were geniuses. Honorary Nominees: Josie and the Pussycats Yogi Bear Baby Blues Buzz Lightyear of Star Command Sonic X Kirby: Right Back at You Wacky Races Huckleberry Hound Show, The The Jetsons The Flintstones Animaniacs Freakazoid!