>Why bother? You're just going to ignore them or shift goal posts, or nay other fallacy you've been using so far.
I just said "Anamaniacs" sucked because it had a bunch of jokes 90's kids only pretended to get.
You keep insisting that kids are smart enough to get Hollywood gossip jokes as if that was a mark of intelligence. And an indicator of a mouth breather.
>That's not what TTG or LH do, they're just fucking really shitty sit-coms with cartoon effects and a "hurr random colorful movement = funny" which is only true for babies and children who don't know any better.
They're sitcoms only in the loosest sense. They rely a lot on a either an escalating comedy of errors, absurdist comedy, and metahumor.
They're like "Family Guy" but without the cruelty.
And yes they're dialog driven. A lot of people like that kid of humor. You don't, okay, doesn't make it bad.
>And it's garbage that is made worse by the absolutely lazy toon-boom format.
You got me on the Cal-Arts styling. I can't defend that, these TTG cartoons are cracked out like sausages. But if you think "Animaniacs" never took so pretty egregious shortcuts themselves, you should get your eyes checked.
>At least with Gumball, you get a lot of fun variability and even if it has random humor and other things.
TTG a much slower paced slice of life. It's good, but not scratching the same itch. Some people like cartoons paced like a rollercoaster ride. You're a mean old adult so that shit is too jarring, but kids love it. Time moves slower for them because each day they live is a much bigger part of their lives than someone that's lived a long time. Plus Gumball is not nearly as cynical and not nearly as meta. TTG touches more on the ridiculously cruel aspects of life without glorifying them. One of my favorite episodes is when Beast Boy joins a pyramid scheme. I wish they were cultivating this kind of cynicism when I was growing up, maybe so many of my peers wouldn't have gotten sucked into such obvious scams IRL. I feel like TTG is more like a cartoon version of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" but again without the cruelty and violence.