Now that we’re adults, we see these cartoons differently
Nickelodeon “Helga Pataki from Hey Arnold. As a kid, I thought she was an ugly weird girl. As an adult, my mind was blown when I realized how neglected she was. Her mom was an alcoholic and her dad was a narcissist who favored Olga and made her the golden child. Most of the characters have pretty sad stories honestly. That show was deep and I never realized it as a child.” – u/Snozzberry123
“Donald Duck. As a child I thought he is lazy af and just boring. The older I get, the more I can identify with him.” – u/PengPeng-Penguin
“Daniel Hillard from Mrs. Doubtfire
Kid Me thought it was unfair that his wife would leave him and take the kids when he was such a hilarious, fun guy.
Adult Me thinks “Yeah, there are
multiple good reasons why she divorced you, Daniel.”” – u/peanut507
Warner Bros. “Mr. Wilson from Dennis the Menace. That kid really is a destructive force of nature, and his parents don’t do shit to stop it.” – u/DP487
20th Television “Hank Hill. Growing up I thought Hank was just kind of an ass to his kid for no reason. Now I realize that he’s got a whole host of emotional issues caused by his upbringing, even if he doesn’t do much to address them. He’s really doing the best he can and usually comes around in the end.” – u/Paranoidas
“Every parent in every Disney movie. They’re just trying to get through life and they have to deal with 15 year old magical princesses and shit.” – u/Peaceful_enough
Disney Studios “The Little Mermaid
“Daddy I’m sixteen years old! I’m not a child anymore!”
Me at 7: That’s right! You are a grown ass person and you can go chasing this guy you’ve literally never spoken to!”
Me at 22: Jesus Christ, you are soo still a child, you’ve literally spoken to him. Calm down.” –
Universal Pictures “Robert Muldoon, the gamekeeper from Jurassic Park. As a kid he looked kind of scary, and wanted to close the park, so I thought he was a bad guy. Rewatching the movie as an adult made me realize he was one of more responsible people at the park and brave as hell.” – u/no_says_the_man
“Nani from Lilo & Stitch.
As a kid she was the overly strict “mother”, and always overly angry, while Lilo was the poor lost kid who was blamed for everything.
As an adult, the film is heart-breaking. Nani is herself a young kid doing her best to keep her family together, under the worst circumstances, and she’s become one of my favourite characters of all time just for how relatable she is.” –
Andrews McMeel Publishing “I used to read Calvin and Hobbes through Calvin. Now I see it through the parents.” – u/Scoob1978
“Red from That 70’s show. I used to think he was a total jerk. Now I realize Eric was a dumbass. I feel old.” – u/Viaed
New Line Cinema “Boromir. As a kid, I judged him as weak for not being able to resist the ring and as foolish for not liking the plan of the Council. As an adult, I realize that his weakness is the weakness of almost all mortals. Very few people could resist the Ring. Also, Gondor was in the most immediate danger and had been bearing the brunt of Sauron’s power for the longest time. As the next Steward of Gondor, his people’s safety was his first concern. In the end, he shows his quality by sacrificing himself for the hobbits. He really exemplifies the best and worst parts of men.” – u/Peas_through_Chaos
Marvel Entertainment Group “Cyclops from the X-Men
As a child: Boring tightass who doesn’t respect Wolverine’s awesomeness and doesn’t deserve Jean.
As an adult: Brainwashed child soldier who was given too much responsibility too young and consequently holds himself accountable for everything, constantly fucks up, but keeps on trying to do the right thing.
He’s still a terrible husband, of course, but that’s part of his constantly fucking up.” –
I too have worked in the service industry. I was also grumpy and miserable doing it. You either quit a Spongebob or work long enough to see yourself become a Squidward.” –
“Lois, the mom from Malcolm in the Middle.
When I was a kid I thought she was an awful fun killer. Now that I’m an adult, I see those kids were destructive monsters and she was a saint comparatively.” –
20th Century Fox “Ned Flanders. When I was young I thought he was naive and a pushover. As an adult, I see that he had so much compassion in his heart that he selflessly gave to Homer and tolerated his abuse in full knowledge of how others viewed him. Also, the way he weathered adversity and defeat gives me pause to this day. I will probably never attain that level of inner certainty, but I can admire it with great respect and adulation.” – u/ComplainerMike
Lucasfilm “Han Solo. As a kid- he’s an ace shot, his swagger makes him cool, his best friend is a wookie, he has the best ride in the galaxy, and in the end he gets the girl.
As an adult- hoooly shit is this guy ever putting up a front. He never has any idea what he’s doing from moment to moment. His only friends are constantly exasperated by him (Chewbacca arguing with Han in untranslated Wookie, Princess Leia calling him on his bullshit), he’s massively in debt to a dangerous gangster, and his ride is always falling apart.
Still the best character though.” –
Warner Bros. “Professor McGonagall. Reading the books as a kid, she seemed strict, cold, and unreachable. Now re-reading as an adult, you see how much she actually cares, bending (and sometimes even breaking) the rules for her students and putting herself in harm’s way for them. She wasn’t nearly as funny or motherly the first time I read the books, and I like her a whole lot more now.” – u/rsteinem
South Park Studios “Randy Marsh. I feel like I have really grown to relate to him over the years.” – u/lostgoat
As a child: “Poor guy. Crappy job, crappy car, and nagging wife.”
As an adult: “Nice. Stable job, has car, nice house, sex crazed hot wife.”” –
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