All in all, I'd have to say if I want something childish and lacking in intellectual stimuli, I'll stick with watching Pokemon, and for the not-as-childish-but-still-immature, Simpsons and re-runs of Futurama. Already re-watched the entire series of Animaniacs and Tiny Toons (or at least as much as they broadcast on the Hub, minus the Tiny Toons Christmas special), too, so I have plenty of sources for silliness. MLP, gotta go with Red in that it's just too childish and the target demographic is definitely adolescent girls. Sorry to all the "bronies," but honestly I don't know how even a semi-grown man can enjoy that show, and this is coming from a fellow fan of cartoon animals and other such anthropomorphic paraphernalia (in short, a "furry"). I've watched a few episodes and came into a few more in-progress, and while it didn't have the same "brain cells are committing suicide by the second" effect that so many of today's cartoons have on me (Sponge Bob, Regular show, Gumball, Adventure Time...pretty much anything made in the last 5 years or so that's not listed at the top or Marvel related), it still left me wondering why I had just wasted my time on that when I could have been watching music videos on demand or something. Or chasing after the ever elusive Lusty Argonian Maid in Skyrim (still so very, very disappointed that there are no marriage-eligible Khajiit and only one marriage-eligible Argonian woman in the game). If I really, really, really feel the need to watch a mind-numbing cartoon, maybe I'll dig up Teen Titans Go and see if that's really as bad as it looks.