The term 'Saturday Morning Cartoons' is completely dead and gone, replaced by on demand access to any and everything you'd want at any time. Back in 90s, however, I remember waking up and eating sugar-laced cereal while watching Tiny Toon Adventures.
Child versions of the classic Looney Toons characters, Tiny Toon Adventures had a markedly different tone. Instead of dialogue barren slapstick, Tiny Toons showed the school lives of the young characters. Like the Looney Toons, I enjoyed the slapstick wackiness, but the show was very Hollywood oriented. This is odd because its target audience (me at the time) would have no way of getting about 80% of the non-stop references that made up the show. Of course, what else could be expected from a show headlined with 'Steven Spielberg Presents'
Still, it was a cartoon in an era where they were much more elusive, and it did spawn some great nostalgic memories including a music video episode nestled deep into my psyche. Though the show doesn't hold up as well as I thought it would, it definitely has its moments of genius. Also to be noted is that much of the cast moved onto the classic Animaniacs, a show that will be blogged about at one point or another..