A sequel to Christmas classic The Snowman hits our screens on Christmas Eve. I don't know about you, but I'm hoping it desecrates the original and sullies the memories of my childhood forever. Some men just want to watch the world burn.
Yes, I know that joke was only topical about nine months ago. YOU try and write a justification for posting a clip from Knightmare where some kid can't tell left from right. This stuff's not easy, you know.
It's time we got something straight: our site attracts tens of pre-school kids and it's time we stopped talking about boobs and gangsters and got to the meat of what really matters to our readers. Poorly rendered CGI anthropomorphic cartoons.
The wonderful "Sorry, I've Got No Head", CBBC's premier children's sketch show, has been retired from the screen after three very successful years. Click through to see some of the best sketches and read some random grumbling about Horne and Corden or youth being wasted on the youth or somesuch. Screw Shooting Stars, this is a travesty.
Back in the eighties, when you spent hours watching cartoons instead of playing with the other kids because they all said you smelled of wee (no? Just us then?), we bet you never gave a moment's thought to how the stars of those cartoons would turn out.
Did you know there are 130 episodes of ThunderCats? 130 episodes of them defeating Mumm-Ra, eating oddly smooth chicken legs and standing about laughing at Snarf.
That is to say there were 130. Thanks to Warner Bros and Cartoon Network, that's all about to change.