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5 Bizarre Things About ‘Thundercats’ You’ll Only Get As An Adult

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In 1985, Thundercats invaded television screens to praise from many children. Nothing stopped you from singing along to its catchy theme song, either. Like anything else, things can come off differently after some time. We look at a few noticeable things we see about the show as a grown up.

March Of The Toys

When it comes to selling toys, Thundercats was trying their hardest to make kids beg Mom and Dad. Toys for the show were created two years before it even started airing on television. Animators did their best at making everything look like something you’d pick up and play. Toy developers went into overdrive with numerous variants of the heroes.

Underneath Your Clothes

The Thundercats had to make the mad dash out of Thundera before it collapsed. They probably should’ve thrown some clothes on before they decided to leave. Some of them did manage to grab some boots and belts, though. Since they were aliens, it really wasn’t as creepy as many would think.

End Of The Road?

As a kid, you simply want the Thundercats to save the day. As a grown up, you wonder how exactly can they push their species forward. With only nine of them, the ability to expand their family is difficult. It’s safe to say they were going to be the last of their rare kind.

The Earth Is Their Turf

Third Earth is where the Thundercats handle their daily business. While you wouldn’t notice it as a kid, this is clearly meant to be our Earth. Humanity is long gone in the Third Earth. Instead, various aliens across space call it home. Before being Third Earth, it was known as First Earth. This begs the question, what actually happened to First and Second Earth?

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Lion-O is easily the most beloved member of the group. He looks like a massive gladiator, but looks can be deceiving. He’s really a simple 12-year-old. While traveling to the Third Earth, his body aged rapidly. During the show, he’s struggling to deal with this sudden transformation while protecting the world.

While these things come to light as we age, our overall love for Thundercats remains the same.

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Look Inside The Homes Of Your Favorite HGTV Stars

On HGTV, hosts make a living out of turning the living arrangements of people across the country into chic, beautiful homes that make us totally jealous. From knocking down walls to create the beloved “open floor plan”, to building the perfect en suite bathrooms, HGTV hosts turn houses upside down and leave their clients with homes we can all envy. When it is your job to create the most beautiful homes, it comes as no surprise that the hosts of HGTV take time to create some pretty incredible living spaces for themselves. These hosts take audiences inside their clients impeccable renovations, but this time we’re taking you inside the hosts’ digs for an inside look at their own incredible living spaces.

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Is ‘Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, And Vile’ Even Historically Accurate?

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‘Beverly Hills, 90210’ Reboot: Get The Details Before It Premieres

We’re going back to the 1990s with the upcoming quasi-revival of the ‘90s smash hit drama, Beverly Hills, 90210. Star Tori Spelling recently commented fans will be pleasantly surprised with the reboot. But what should we expect? Will the whole cast reunite? What’s the plot? You probably have questions and we’re here to spill the details. Reuniting The Original Crew...

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