David Butleradded February 7, 2020

Okay, here's something different. When I was growing up in the late 90s and the early 2000s, we didnt have cable or satellite. Therefore, alongside on-going PBS shows like Arthur and Cyberchase, I had these four cartoons that I watched all the time.
Magic Schoolbus is a classic. I don't much to say about it, as everyone in the world has heard of it. However, i am curious if anyone else remembers the other three.
Sherlock Holmes in the 22nd Century involves 22nd century London being hit by a crime wave. The current Inspector Lestrade believes that Professor James Moriarty is back from the dead. So, of course, she resurrects Sherlock Holmes from the dead with future technology. We get Holmes with his amazing ability to pick out tiny details and put the pieces together. We get a very devoted robot Watson. And we get Lestrade kicking the crap out of everyone.
Archie's weird mysteries throws the Archie franchise into B-movie style supernatural mysteries. I remember a particularly messed up episode with people slowly transforming into potato mutants. I don't know the Archie franchise very well, but I think everyone is pretty well in character.
Stargate Infinity is probably the most obscure in the pack. Watching it again, it's not that good, but I found some episodes that I really liked. "Stones" showed steroid addiction, including withdrawal, which I though was pretty cool. The second-to-last episode, "The Illustrated Stacey" threw all of the characters out of character so that they all thought it absurd that the no-nonsense, by-the-book, girl in the group would get a tattoo from some aliens that they met. Oh, she's the one with the pink side-cut, piercings, and blue lipstick. Oh, and she has had a massive tattoo on the side of her head throughout the whole show. There was also a race of aliens where the leadership forbade them to read, as that would "go against the collective".