Random! Cartoons is an American animation showcase television series. Produced by Frederator Studios for Nickelodeon, it premiered on the Nicktoons Network on December 6, 2008 until December 20, 2009.


The Oh Yeah! Cartoons Season 4 logo, which was announced in April 2005 until March 2006 for changing its name to Random! Cartoons.

Creator Fred Seibert, ordered thirteen full-length episodes for the show, which is also known as the fourth season of Oh Yeah! Cartoons.[1] Unlike Oh Yeah!, there was no host. On January 10, 2007, ASIFA-Hollywood hosted an advance screening of six shorts as well as a question and answer session with the filmmakers at the Nicktoons Studios in Burbank, California.

The short "Fanboy" later spun off the Nicktoon Fanboy & Chum Chum. Another short, "Adventure Time", would also be picked up as a series on Cartoon Network. Also, yet another short "The Bravest Warriors" later spun off the Cartoon Hangover series Bravest Warriors.

Broadcast history

  • Nicktoons (original run, December 6, 2008-December 20, 2009; reruns, December 21, 2009-August 31, 2014)

List of shorts

Prod. No. Segment Creator Original airdate
1 "Solomon Fix" Doug TenNapel December 6, 2008
"MooBeard the Cow Pirate" Kyle Carrozza December 6, 2008
"Two Witch Sisters" Niki Yang December 6, 2008
2 "The Finster Finster Show" Jeff DeGrandis December 7, 2008
"Adventure Time" Pendleton Ward December 7, 2008
"Mind the Kitty" Anne Walker December 7, 2008
3 "Ivan the Unbearable" Andrew Dickman December 13, 2008
"Boneheads" Polygon Pictures December 13, 2008
"Tiffany" Adan Henry December 13, 2008
4 "Call Me Bessie!" Diane Kredensor, Dana Galin December 20, 2008
"Teapot" Greg Eagles December 20, 2008
"Hornswiggle" Jerry Beck December 20, 2008
5 "Hero Heights" Raul Aguirre Jr., Bill Ho December 27, 2008
"Yaki and Yumi" Aliki Theofilopoulos Grafft December 27, 2008
"Gary Guitar" Bill Plympton December 27, 2008
6 "Krunch and the Kid" Adam Henry January 3, 2009
"Bradwurst" Jason Plapp, Angelo di Nallo January 3, 2009
"Dr. Froyd's Funny Farm" Bill Burnett, Jaime Diaz January 3, 2009
7 "The Bravest Warriors" Pendleton Ward January 10, 2009
"The Dangerous Duck Brothers" Patrick Ventura January 10, 2009
"Sparkles and Gloom" Melissa Wolfe, Anne Walker January 10, 2009
8 "The Infinite Goliath" Mike Gray, Erik Knutson January 17, 2009
"Kyle + Rosemary" Jun Falkenstein January 17, 2009
"Garlic Boy" John Dilworth January 17, 2009
9 "Flavio" Mike Milo January 24, 2009
"SamSquatch" Adam Muto January 24, 2009
"Girls on the Go" Aliki Theofilopoulos Grafft January 24, 2009
10 "Victor the Delivery Dog" Niki Yang January 31, 2009
"Bronk and Bongo" Manny Galan, Alan Goodman January 31, 2009
"Thom Cat" Mike Gray January 31, 2009
11 "Sugarfoot" Erik Knutson April 4, 2009
"Dugly Uckling's Treasure Quest" Guy Vasilovich April 4, 2009
"Dr. Dee and Bit Boy" Seo Jun-Kyo, Kang Yo-Kong, Larry Huber April 4, 2009
12 "Super John Doe Jr." Lincoln Peirce April 11, 2009
"6 Monsters" Alan Goodman, Fred Seibert April 11, 2009
"Ratz-A-Fratz" Karl Toerge, Jim Wyatt April 11, 2009
13 "Squirly Town" Doug TenNapel December 20, 2009
"Fanboy" Eric Robles December 20, 2009
"HandyCat" G. Brian Reynolds, Russ Harris December 20, 2009

See also


External links

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