On the ninth day of Christmas my true geek gave to me…
A Cartoon Network/Adult Swim DVD Gift Pack!
As you get older and make your way through life, you realize that things change and nothing lasts forever. But there are some memories from my childhood that I miss more than others, and one of them is Saturday morning cartoons.
Now I’m not talking about those “educational” shows that air nowadays. I’m talking about those brain rotting, worthless toy tie-in shows like Smurfs, Spider-Man & his Amazing Friends and Rubik’s Cube (yes, there was a cartoon based on the Rubik’s Cube).
So when the feeling of nostalgia hits me, I pop a DVD into the player and remember times gone by. And now, thanks to Cartoon Network and Adult Swim, so can you. They (and Santa) have given us three DVDs to give away to one lucky reader. They include:
Check It Out Season 1 & 2
Produced by John C. Reilly and Absolutely Productions, Check It Out: Season 1 and 2 includes all 12 episodes that parody a local market’s newsmagazine show starring Oscar-nomineer John C. Reilly as Dr. Steve Brule. With each episode our host Dr. Brule introduces his audience to local celebrities and interesting things around town as well a providing health and lifestyle tips.
Amazing World of Gumball
Gumball’s world is pretty run-of-the-mill. He’s chased around school by a T-Rex. He has a friend named Anton who’s a piece of toast. He’s got a crush on Penny, a peanut with antlers. His dad is a 6’4 bunny. His mom works at a Rainbow Factory. And his brother is a goldfish named Darwin.
Yup, everything looks perfectly normal here.
The Regular Show: Best DVD In the World
The DVD features 16 episodes from seasons 2 and 3. The Emmy nominated hit comedy (Outstanding Animated Program) has been part of the popular Monday night line up on Cartoon Network along with the hit show Adventure Time. Regular Show features Mordecai and Rigby two groundskeepers at a park whose attempts to escape their everyday boredom take them to fantastical extremes. Continue building your Regular Show DVD collection with the Regular Show: The Best DVD in the World. OOOOHHHHHH!
Cartoons at their best!
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