Cartoon Network: "Cartoon Network Responds!" (partially found interstitials; 1997-1999)


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Cartoon Network Responds!
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Status Partially Found

From 1997 to 1998, Cartoon Network produced various series of interstitials, all following certain themes. One of these series was entitled "Cartoon Network Responds", which featured supposed letters and emails from fans of the network. The letter is often responded to in a cynical and mean way, occasionally making fun of cartoons themselves. The interstitials started being aired around early '97, and they lasted into the early Powerhouse era (until June 1998.)

Many of these interstitials were produced, and some remain up on YouTube, but many of these interstitials are lost and haven't been put up yet. Approximately half of the interstitials are currently online. The list of interstitials can be found below:

Found interstitials

- "Jim Carrey Network" (FOUND by BigDogJang0)

- "SmurfSnorks!" (FOUND by 90sCartoonNetwork)

- "Rumors About Cartoon Network" (FOUND by Dick Longstead)

- "2 Stupid Dogs: The Worst Show On TV Today" (FOUND by barber747)

- "List of Speed Racer Episodes" (FOUND by SuperSonicTailsEas)

- "Show More of the Hillbilly Bears" (FOUND by piñata time)

- "133 Million Dollars!*" (FOUND by piñata time)

Notable Lost Interstitials

- The Difference Between Repeats & Classics (letter asking why CN addresses repeats as classics) (Partially found by Goryparodies)

- All Your Cartoons Suck (letter from a man who doesn't like CN at all; all the CN characters cry in response)

- Cartoon Network Thing Not To Do (letter from a man who is upset with the CN Thing to Do interstitials being nonsensical, asking them to at least officially state they're a joke; the response is a parody of the theme song to the interstitials about how you shouldn't do these things)

- Pirates of Dark Water Last Episode (letter from a man who wants to see the last episode of PoTD; when CN goes to play it, they find out it was "accidentally" taped over with a documentary about how a cat drinks water)

- Secret Squirrel: Conqueror of Cartoon Network (letter from a man asking if Secret Squirrel took over the channel at one point; the answer is that Screwy Squirrel took over the channel, but the narrator provides us with a hypothetical situation where he becomes the king of the channel and shows Secret Squirrel all day)

- What If The Flintstones Never Existed? (letter from a man who asks what CN would be like if the Flintstones never existed; we are provided a glimpse into a futuristic world where no technology exists except for the TV from The Flintstones, tuned to only one channel: CN)

- 7 currently unknown interstitials (there are 20 interstitials total, although some haven't been mentioned online)

Comments


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ThatGamingAsshole

11 months ago
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I saw the Pirates of Dark Water one, I had no idea this was lost!
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CaptainBZarre

10 months ago
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Do you have it recorded or do you just recall it? If it's the former, send it to me and I'll upload it on my channel.
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Anonymous user #1

11 months ago
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$
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Markiegee50X

11 months ago
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I vaguely remember these
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CryClown

11 months ago
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Go Mach go Mach go!
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CaptainBZarre

10 months ago
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That's the one where Speed raced the mammoth car, that one rocked!
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CaptainBZarre

8 months ago
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Just added another segment. I'm starting to think that there may be more than 10 of these interstitials because we have 11 as of now.
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Anonymous user #2

7 months ago
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$
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RedheadXilamGuy

6 months ago
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There are also some lost Cartoon Network givaways/sweepstakes promos pre-city era that were lost, including the promo for the 2002 Ice Age Frozen Fantasy Sweepstakes.
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Anonymous user #3

6 months ago
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I don't remember this, where'd you hear about it?
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Anonymous user #4

5 months ago
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Does anyone know the lyrics to the parody version of "The Cartoon Network Thing to Do"?
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CaptainBZarre

3 months ago
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I don't know the lyrics yet but I've heard the song is kinda sloppy.
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Mewtwowimmer

5 months ago
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There's another interstitial I remember that wasn't from Responds. I remember that it had random cartoon characters replacing each other, like Dexter with a live action guy driving.
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CaptainBZarre

3 months ago
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I swear I've heard about this one somewhere before. When did it air?
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Anonymous user #5

3 months ago
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I really want to see the "All Your Cartoons Suck" one, it sounds funny.
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CaptainBZarre

3 months ago
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Same here man, all of these sound amazing.
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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I FOUND 2! https://www....=XWDikV0qzMY https://www....=sh9ciZaPWtw

Yeah not best quality, I'll do a better copy soon
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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i've decided till i can get better quality I'm taking them down sorry
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Mynameismeh

2 months ago
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I was trying to add them to the article rip
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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mynameismeh Sorry, i will get a better copy as soon as i can.
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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iv'e reuploaded the two bumpers in the bad quality. https://www....=w687psHthis https://www....=KjyqpKhCgA8
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CaptainBZarre

2 months ago
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Do you have any more of these?
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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Captainbzarre I dont know i need to keep looking at the vhs it's from.
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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As for the quality, when it's convenient i'll make a better copy.
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Piñata time

2 months ago
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After searching through VHS tapes I have concluded there are no more responds bumpers. If any one out there has any cartoon network vhs tape around 1997-1999 take a look when you get a chance. Thanks!
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