Oi, Team Umizoomi, you wanna help me make a fucking strawberry shortcake?
He was in that Brave and Bold episode where Bat-Mite is narrating 3 stories and he appears in the Scooby-Doo segment. You know, the one which generated that screenshot of Shaggy punching Joker.
Anyone who hates Ramsay is probably just basing it off of Hell's Kitchen. Gordon despises incompetence, but he almost always goes after the people in charge rather than the overworked staff, which I always respected about him.
Who could forget Johnny Bravo? Also the Blue Falcon and Don Knotts (RIP)
GF had a fair share of guests for one off eps.
>Already in your pic related there was also John Oliver as Holmes and fuckin Coolio as himself.
>Louis CK is invited to do a simple weird-ass scene.
>Alfred Molina as Multi-Bear
>Jon Stewart in the last episode aired.
>Neil deGrasse Tyson as intelligent Waddles.
>It was weird hearing his voice in a cartoon
>they got fucking Coolio, for like, two lines
Still baffles me how they pulled that off.
How does a comedy/parody musician end up in so much goddamn stuff? He's not even that great an actor. Do show makers just really like him or something?
WAIT, HE'S FUCKING BANNANMAN?
HOW THE FUCK DID I NOT NOTICE HIS VOICE BEFORE?
It's that baffling to you? It's not like he's one of the most elite musicians ever and could never have the time or humility to record two lines in a kids show. Hell, do you not remember he did the theme song for Keenan & Kel?
>mfw Hirsch originally wanted David Lynch to voice Bill
I ain't no bitch!
Speaking of UG I was shocked when Andrew W.K was on it and they referenced this album cover.
>mfw I found out Jay Leno was the Crimson Chin
Remember that time when Harlan Ellison showed up and gave the Scooby gang a lecture on multiple universes? Good times
>YO NIGGA I SMOKED SO MUCH FUCKING WEED I TURNED INTO A TUMBLR DRAWING
CN started as a repository for the Hanna-Barbera catalog after Ted Turner bought them, so for its first several years it was basically the Hanna-Barbera channel with Looney Tunes and Tom and Jerry thrown in, and Scooby Doo tended to get high ratings no matter what incarnation. They didn't start doing much in the way of original programming until the mid 90's, and even then it took a few years for them to have enough stuff that they didn't have to rely on the old HB stuff to fill out their daily schedule (at that point it all got moved to Boomerang and we know how that ended up). The fact that they were still airing stuff with guest stars that had long lost their relevance was pretty much just a side effect, they probably knew that kids had no idea who Jonathan Winters or Phyllis Diller were, but they didn't care because they needed something to show and if Scooby Doo was getting viewers regardless then it didn't really matter.
>its a henry winkler episode
>mfw M. Night Shamalamadingdong was supposed to play himself on Gravity Falls
>mfw M. Night said no
not him, but for me it was more like i just thought that was some guy, and by the time i learned who he was in real life, i'd forgotten all about his acting role if fairly odd parents
>it's a henry winkler series finale
and it is glorious
He doesn't really seem like the type to be self aware enough to make fun of himself or even play himself... Even though he does just that in all his cameos in his own movies by accident.
Every fucking cartoon is considered a Tumblr cartoon to /co/, it's pathetic really.
>M-M-MUH TUMBLR BOOGEYMAN
I am so fucking sad that I never got to see Aquabats, it's seems so unbelievably cheesy and stupid, is it true that Strongbad himself was a reoccurring guest writer in the show?
Pretty much. Don Knotts, Farrah Fawcett, Adam West, Donny Osmond, some random Swedish model, Richard Simmons, Luke Perry, Judy Tenuta.
I'm finding a bunch of people I don't even remember either as themselves or other characters like Alec Baldwin and Chuck D.
Yeah Johnny Bravo kind of takes the cake for most random guest appearances.
>Is that...is that fucking Greg Proops?
I know this doesn't count, but for some reason I am always baffled by this.
This guy in Episode 1. Specifically, the right head, aka the one that spoke English.
>that time Nicki Minaj was a Gem
Caught me by surprise. Really did.
also Marc Summers (the host of Double Dare) guest appeared on that show too
it was an awesome tribute to the game show, double dare
>I DON'T CARE WHAT GALAXY YOUR FROM THAT'S GOTTA HURT
What did he mean by this? Even in the cancer that was the EU there was no inter galactic travel save for those fanfic tier aliens that kill everything
You ever hear someone ask "what planet are you from"? Do you start to wonder what other planets are out there which support human life and interstellar travel to Earth?
I think you do.
I was watching Master Chief with my parents the other day and it was the kid version. I lost my shit when I saw Gordon judging a cooking competition with kids and watched thinking he was going to flip out any second. He's actually pretty good around the kids.
When one of them fucked up he was still in control of his anger and kept in check. I think he's aware of what he's doing and only purposely goes all out on someone who he thinks can take it because he needs to control the situation.
Wander Over Yonder
Whenever he's not making cartoons that get cancelled after two seasons Greg Weisman sometimes voices Moutoku Sousou in Ikki Tousen's English dub.
Al tweeted this a few months ago.
Phineas and Ferb had tons of them.
Kind of a shame that they never got Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, and Tim Curry all together for one scene though.
did you know sergi from the golf war gravity falls episode was voiced by frank caliendo
why the fuck did he only get 3 lines of dialogue he so fucking talented i didn't even know till it was pointed out to me
i mean he can fucking impersonate anybody within 15 minutes how could you use him so little hirsch
WHAT THE FUCK
HOW THE HELL DID I NOT KNOW THIS
He won an Emmy for it, too. Kind of a shame, Jim Cummings was up for the same Emmy for voicing a character in the same set of episodes and did a much better job than Tennant, who basically just played Robot Doctor.
"You know what I did this morning? I played the voice of a toy. Some terrible robot toys from Japan that changed from one thing to another. The Japanese have funded a full-length animated cartoon about the doings of these toys, which is all bad outer-space stuff. I play a planet. I menace somebody called Something-or-other. Then I'm destroyed. My plan to destroy Whoever-it-is is thwarted and I tear myself apart on the screen."
-Orson Welles, shortly before his death
I liked that the show was able to get Liam Neeson back to play Qui-Gon instead of replacing him with an impersonator.
Also, the followup series Rebels got both Frank Oz as Yoda and James Earl Jones as Vader.
>mfw I found out that Opal was Aimee Mann
She's one of my weirder favorite singers. Her name is high alphabetically, so whenever I organized the songs on my parent's MP3 player, she was high up.
>Aquabats Super Show
Strongbad was in an episode.
>they're making a sequel to the Scooby Doo one before Wrestlemaina 32, and a Jetsons crossover before Wrestlemania 33
>so basically this is going to be a traditional thing for WWE and Hannah-Barbara
let that sink for a while