For some reason, more prone to falling in cartoons than in real-life. See also Cartoons, Old-Timey.
Saturday morning cartoon by the creator of ALF that included both puppet and animated bits, neither of which made a lick of sense. See also 90's, Cartoons.
With his trusty NES Zapper and Power Pad holstered in his belt, Kevin Keene and his band of unlikely heroes clashed again and again with the forces of King Hippo, Dr. Wily, and the infamous Mother Brain throughout the domain of Videoland. See also 80's, Cartoons, Video Games.
The name of the monocoled dandy associated with The New Yorker. See also Cartoons, Old-Timey.
For example, MC Hammer's short-lived Hammerman featuring a magical pair of talking dance shoes and the Michael Jordan, Wayne Gretzky, and Bo Jackson collaboration and breakfast-cereal-tie-in ProStars which, incidentally, was "all about helping kids". See also 90's, Cartoons, Television.