# Title Image Premiere Finale Status on IMDB/
5 The Smurfs
P489690 b v8 as
September 12, 1981 December 2, 1989  7.2/10 (8.5/10)
4 Peppa Pig
May 31, 2004 N/A 6.4/10 (4.7/10)
3 Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius
P186128 b v8 aa
July 20, 2002 November 25, 2006 6.7/10 (8.5/10)
2 Codename: Kids Next Door
December 6, 2002 January 21, 2008 7.2/10 (8.1/10)
1 Archer
Archer Season 3
September 17, 2009 N/A 8.7/10 (8.8/10)


  • ​​PhantomStrider: "There's absolutely nothing that stands out about them! Except that they're blue, whether they unnaturally shove the word "Smurf" into every sentence they can manage! And every character is designed from the ground up to be a stereotype! One is named Vanity Smurf because he's vain, one is named Brainy Smurf because he's kind of smart, and the female Smurf is named Smurfette because... she's a woman, and apparantly that's a defining character trait now."

-One of the reasons why he personally loathes The Smurfs. 

  • PhantomStrider: "The main character Archer! I could not STAND this guy! He was just not a redeemable character to me. He was manipulative, self-centered, overprivlaged, and everyone just lets him walk all over them because his mother is head of the spy agency, ISIS. He flaunts his self-indulgence and there's never any repercussions for his behavior! What makes BoJack special is that we could see the cycle of self-destruction, his binge drinking, and self-indulgent lifestyle does to him."
    BoJack: "It doesn't get better and it doesn't get easier. I can't keep lying to myself saying I'm gonna change. I'm poison."
    PhantomStrider: "But Archer just seems to relish his self-absorbtion, and the world just seems to reward him for it! In the first season, he mostly makes cheap jokes at others' expense for being foreign, female, overweight, or insecure. And I don't find it very fun to watch a character costantly belittle people without any sort of reprecussions for their behavior. "

-His summary on why he despises Archer.


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