I'm feelin' the Nostalgia. Below are the intros to some that came to mind. Please add yours and your comments as well! The Adventures of Pete and Pete -It was a very surreal take on American suburban life. Like, really surreal. Yet strangely accurate. I especially liked the one where Older Pete was mesmerized by a cartoon of a clock in the corner pages of his textbook and totally lost track of time in class and started to spaz out in order to pass the exam that was going to happen the next class period. -Also Archie: The Strongest Man...in the WORLD! -Also Ellen. Holy shit, Ellen. She's the reason why I started diggin' brunettes. She was all cutely fugly, and then hit puberty and got smokin'. King Arthur and the Knights of Justice -Oh man, how I wish this show hadn't gotten cancelled and actually had an ending. -By itself, its kind of a generic action show with the gimmick of having 12-13 magic knights made up of time-displaced high school players taking the place of the actual Knights of the Round Table (yes, its about as weird as it sounds). -FUCKING AWESOME INTRO. Batman: The Animated Series -Right, like you didn't think I wasn't gonna put this one up. -Note the intro has no credits. This is the only show I can think of that had the balls to assume the entire audience knew exactly who Batman was and didn't require opening titles. Hell, this intro pretty much shows everything you need to know about the Timmverse/Diniverse/DCAU Batman. -Most epically? THIS was the show that launched the rest of the DCAU. Just thinking about how it evolved from an actual PRIME TIME cartoon gets me an extra 1.5 inches of hard. Robotech -One of my original introductions to anime. And it actually wasn't even a real anime. It was apparently a mish-mash of two or three shows produced with an original storyline for US audiences or something. -At any rate, transforming mecha, space opera storyline, awesome animation for its time, and an orchestral opening. My young, young mind? BLOWN!