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Cartoon Network, in its vast wisdom, decided the best way to advertise a medium as rich as animation is to ditch the visuals and replace them with a bunch of unfunny quotes. This isn’t the first time CN has done this. This originated back to 2006 with the "I Pooted" billboards. Amid Amidi of Cartoon Brew had a great quote regarding this type of marketing campaign and it’s sadly still relevant today.

Isn’t it ironic that a network specializing in cartoons – that most visual of art forms – has chosen to promote its product by highlighting the dialogue in its cartoons? That says far more than I could ever say about the visual entertainment value – or lack of – in the shows that they currently produce.

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This is ridiculous! Cartoon Network comes up with a really clever way of advertising for their shows while simultaneously using motivational quotes to make people feel better, and that;s supposed to be bad? What’s wrong with you people? This is great!

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Monty Python’s Flying Circus… possibly one of the best things to ever air

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