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Some cartoons we watched as kids were pretty weird, but in proportion, Johnny Bravo was one of the weirder one just for the premise. You can kinda understand Cow and Chicken, I mean, talking animals do well with kids. Dexter Lab had siblings fighting. The Grim Adventures Of Billy And Mandy was about exploring the scary parts of life as a child.
Johnny Bravo was about a twenty-something year old man, with no secondary education, living with his mother who was a total womanizer and maybe way too overconfident. First off, kids can't really relate to a twenty something guy. I mean besides basic emotions and how funny it was to see him beat up. When I was a kid I didn't see anything wrong with him living with his mother. My uncles both lived with my grandparents at the time and I was living with my parents so I didn't connect that maybe there was something slightly strange about it. (I mean its different if your under twenty five and or going through school/ trying to get money to move out still/ just started a career and need time to get enough money from it to get your own place.) Yet Johnny was a mooch, a lazy guy and a little bit of a jerk. He never forced himself on girls (as far as I know) and was nice to most of them when he did get dates. Yet as a girl going to through elementary school, I never really connected to him. I do a bit more now... Guy would connect more than I do, I suppose. Only that brings up if little boys connected with Johnny. At my point in childhood, Boys didn't want to do much with girls and usually avoided them unless they were friends. How much did they watch/ get Johnny?
Basically, who decided Johnny Bravo was a good kids cartoon? Then, after looking it over, why did it work so well and get popular. I liked the show as a kid and thought it was funny, but I can't even imagining such a gimmick working now. Any thoughts?