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    Tue Jun 21 2011

    Most of us watch cartoons because they make us laugh. The Jetsons is not one of those cartoons I watch to make me laugh. I get my fun when watching Jetsons from the way they have made life easy with technology. I usually look forward for the next crazy idea they may present.

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    Tue Jun 21 2011

    its been a while since i watched it but it is a light-hearted show and shows the possibilities of how we could live in the future if you think about that sort of stuff.

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    Tue Nov 17 2009

    I like the show.

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    Fri Sep 11 2009

    Just not funny....except when Spacely yelled "Jetsooooooon, you'rrrrrrrrrre FIIIIIIIRED!" :)

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    Thu Jul 17 2008

    After the ringing success of the "Flintstones" Hanna-Barberra came up with another prime-time hit as a follow-up. It started off with a bang and eventually bit the dust when they ran out of ideas. Plus Mom & Pop at home controlled the t.v. and one cartoon in primetime was passable but two in one week was using up the family tv schedule. Most likely better things for adults to watch at that time.

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    Fri Nov 23 2007

    Most enjoyable sci-fi show

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    Fri Jul 27 2007

    "The Jetsons" seem to hold a special place due to it's omnipresence in the Saturday morning cartoon lineup for many of us, but on closer inspection the series wasn't all that great. The original primetime run was only a mere 20+ episodes, and almost all were redundant. Due to more originality, it's no real mystery why "The Flintstones" (a contemporary series and the real inspiration for "The Jetsons") is better respected and had more longevity.

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    Sat Jun 03 2006

    Only funny part was Mr. Spacely yelling "Jetsoooon, you're fired!!!" ;D

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    Tue May 16 2006

    Jetsons was alright. *But after* seeing the Flintsones as a kid.....Got bored with it. Maybe it was the animation and/or the interaction with other characters that mighr have done it!!! Hmmm!

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    Tue Mar 21 2006

    As much as I liked the Flintstones, I disliked the Jetsons. I compare it to the hilarious Simpsons vs. its lame Matt Groening counterpart, Futurama. To most kids of the Baby Boom era, Dinosaurs and Cavemen were funnier than the future and technology. I once wrote a lengthy college term paper about why the Flintstones were better than the Jetsons and got an A+. The one positive: Though the pulchritude of Betty vs. Wilma is oft debated, Jane Jetson was well animated herself.

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    Mon Jul 18 2005

    PBeavr says it all, this cartoon (which I can't believe actually made it) was horrible. Even as a kid I remember thinking to myself what the hell, is this crap? And I think the same holds true now. Garbage.

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    Thu Apr 21 2005

    they were cool when they met the flintstones other than that it was pretty mediocre

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    Mon Apr 18 2005

    I never really got into the Jetsons. There is no real plot through out the show and the dialouge in really boring and doesn't keep me entertained. The characters are flat and unengaging. Not a good show.

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    Tue Mar 29 2005

    Oh yea loved this show. New ones are dumb tho.

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    Thu Mar 03 2005

    Julie was hot and Astro was cool, but I didn't feel George too much.

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    Fri Feb 04 2005

    The poor man's version of the Flintstones.

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    Wed Dec 08 2004

    Daughter Judy...hell yeah.

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    Sun Nov 07 2004

    help!!!! cosmo spacely just fired me

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    Thu Jul 08 2004

    good but the flinstones where better even in the flinstones meet the jetsons movie

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    Wed Mar 31 2004

    I know i liked this better when i was a kid. Kind of the futures answer to the Flinstones. they had some cute ideas what the future could look like. Instant dinner{yea that would be nice} robot. flying vehicles. the cartooning was not so great. not my favorite cartoon but not horrible.

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    Thu Jun 05 2003

    My father never misses an episode

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    Sun Mar 02 2003

    This is a great classic 'toon. It is amazing how syndication stretched these 24 episodes. How many shows can say they are still around in syndication from only a single season run in 1961 with only 24 original episodes?

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    Tue Dec 24 2002

    If only the future had turned out like this!

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    Tue Nov 26 2002

    loved watching this show!!

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    Wed Oct 02 2002

    Yeah, even though it's the same plot over and over, I like it. George does something stupid, get's fired, then at the end is rehired. And Jane, she's so stereotypical for a wife. And elroy is whiney, and Judy is the same. But it's still amusing, and has that great themesong!

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    Sun Jun 23 2002

    I watched this when I was younger, and thought the writers had such wild imaginations. All of the gadgets and devices that this family had. I look back on it now, and think these writers must have had a crystal ball when they wrote the episodes. Moving sidewalks, robotic servants, robotic pets, video phones, near completely autimated office buildings and apartments. I can only wonder when we will all start flying to work in those little space cars.

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    Sun Jun 02 2002

    I really liked this show...not as much as the Flinstones...but it is another classic. The messes George got in with Mr. Spacely were funny.

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    Wed Nov 28 2001

    I always wanted to live like the Jetsons do with moving floors. That would be cool!! :)

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    Tue Oct 09 2001

    Just as good as the Flintstones, should be farther up

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    Sun Aug 12 2001

    Another show I loved as a kid,but am luke warm to now.I still enjoy the UniBlab episode.

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    Mon Jul 30 2001

    Pretty cool show. I sometimes even watch it now.

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    Thu Jul 05 2001

    Love this one! As a kid I thought it would be so neat to be able to live like that. Flying around in a space ship! Ha!

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