|6||Come Undone||Scooby Doo! Mystery Incorporated||April 5, 2013|
|5||On the Rocks||The Flintstones||November 3, 2001|
|4||Heavenly Puss||Tom & Jerry||July 9, 1949|
|3||Way of the Dee Dee||Dexter's Laboratory||December 11, 1996|
|2||See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey||Powerpuff Girls||March 18, 2004|
|1||Population Bomb||Captain Planet||April 27, 1991|
Honorable Mention[edit | edit source]
|Episode||Cartoon||Image||Release Date||Why It's Not on the List|
|Ghost Scene||The Good, the Bad and the Huckleberry||May 15, 1988||"I just really love this movie! It's probably not that dark, but I just really wanted to mention it. Huckleberry Hound fakes his own death, and basically utilizes the entire Hanna-Barbera crew to pretend to be a ghost. I definitely recommend this movie. It's a classic that I grew up with."|
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Trivia[edit | edit source]
- Due to the controversy of the original Powerpuff Girls episode, See Me, Feel Me, Gnomey, it never got to air in the United States. However, it did get to premiere in Canada in 2004.
- When Strider talks about the Flintstones film, On the Rocks, he accidentally says it was dedicated to Joseph Barbera, when it was actually dedicated to William Hanna. However, he does correctly say it was also dedicated to long-time Hanna-Barbera composer, Hoyt Curtin.
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