Since the origin of cartoons from the first day they aired, humans of varying ages haven’t stopped watching them. For kids, it's their favorite pastime, and for adults to relieves their childhood nostalgia.

If you grew up during the early 2000s like me, then you used to definitely frequent the Cartoon Network, Nick, and Pogo channels a lot during your childhood! 

Those were the days, really, with no stress of adult life whatsoever and just chilling and chilling.

To reminisce those days for a bit, I have hereby compiled a list of 6 cartoons that are a must-watch for anyone who hasn’t before.

Top 6 Funniest Cartoons Of All Time

Here’s a list of the top 6 cartoons of all time that are sure to make you laugh :

1. Tom & Jerry

The most popular kids' show of all time is The Tom & Jerry show. In 1940, William Hanna and Joseph Barbera launched the American animated media phenomenon and series of comedic short films known as Tom & Jerry.

Main Characters: Tom(cat), Jerry (mouse), Spike(Bulldog), Butch cat(Tom’s friend), and many more.

Plot: A domestic cat named Tom and a mouse (Jerry) compete in comical battles throughout the series. Each short's story mainly revolves around Tom's various attempts to catch Jerry and the ensuing chaos and devastation.

Primarily due to Jerry's intelligence, cunning, and chance, Tom rarely succeeds in trapping him.

However, they have demonstrated sincere friendship and compassion for one another on a number of occasions. At times, they put their antagonism aside to work toward a common objective.

2. SpongeBob

Stephen Hillenburg, a marine science professor and animator created the American animated comedy television series SpongeBob SquarePants (or just SpongeBob) for Nickelodeon.

It tells the story of the titular character's exploits with his aquatic companions in the imagined undersea city of Bikini Bottom. Its enormous popularity has turned the fifth-longest-running American animated series into a media franchise.

Main Characters: SpongeBob, Patrick, Squidward, Pearl, Mr. Krabs, Sandy, Plankton, Garry and many more.

Plot: The escapades of a talking sea sponge who lives in an underwater pineapple, works at a fast food joint, and attends boating school.

The narrative-driven cartoon follows the nautical and frequently absurd exploits of SpongeBob, a sea sponge with an unquenchable sense of optimism, and his aquatic companions.

SpongeBob handles life in an odd and irrational way rather than applying rationality to common problems. SpongeBob frequently causes havoc in his underwater home due to his excessive behavior and well-intentioned motives.

3. Phineas & Ferb

Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh are the creators of the American animated musical-comedy television series Phineas and Ferb, which airs on Disney XD and Disney Channel.

It debuted on Disney Channel on February 1, 2008, and continued there until June 12, 2015.

Main Characters: Phineas Flynn, Ferb fletcher, Candace Flynn, Perry the Platypus, Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz, and many more.

Plot: The neighborhood hub for all of Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher's interesting inventions is their backyard, which is played by Thomas Brodie-Sangster and Vincent Martella.

While this is going on, their older sister Candace (Ashley Tisdale) is driven to find and expose her brothers' inventions to her mother. Meanwhile, Perry the Platypus, their secret agent pet, thwarts Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz's "evil" machinations and plans (Dee Bradley Baker) (Dan Povenmire).

4. Johnny Bravo

Warner Bros. and Cartoon Network jointly produced the American animated romantic comedy television series Johnny Bravo.

The second Cartoon Cartoon on the network, which aired from July 14, 1997, until August 27, 2004, is this show. 

Main Characters: Johnny Bravo, Little Suzy, Bunny Bravo and many more.

Plot: The title character, who is portrayed by Jeff Bennett and is partially based on James Dean and Elvis Presley, is the focus of the television show.

A muscular, sunglasses-wearing young guy named Johnny Bravo tries to entice girls to date him, but he is typically unsuccessful. He lives with his mother. 

He finds himself in strange settings and jams, frequently with celebrity cameos like Donny Osmond or Adam West.

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5. Courage The Cowardly Dog

John R. Dilworth produced the American animated comedy television series Courage the Cowardly Dog for Cartoon Network. 

The group is thrown into unusual, usually upsetting, and frequently paranormal or supernatural-type situations in each episode. The mood and dark, surreal humor of the series is well-known.

Main Characters: Courage, Eustace, Muriel and all the other entities XD

Plot:  This show explores the bizarre exploits of Courage, a timid dog who must conquer his own phobias in order to bravely protect his ignorant farmer owners from all manner of threats, paranormal occurrences, and threats that materialize on their property.

6. Mr. Bean: The Animated Series

The series, which is based on the same-named 1990–1995 British live-action television sitcom created by Rowan Atkinson and Richard Curtis, centers on Mr. Bean (voiced by Atkinson), Teddy, Irma Gobb, and the mysterious driver of the Reliant Regal while also introducing new characters like Bean's landlord Mrs. Wicket and her cat Scrapper.

The series was formally announced in February 2001.

Main Characters: Mr. Bean, Ima Gobb, Mrs. Wicket and many more.

Plot: A smart yet ignorant loner stumbles through life in London. This animated cartoon, which is based on the well-known British skit comedy "Mr. Bean," chronicles the exploits of everyone's favorite bumbler.

In his flat with the endearing Teddy, the title character—voiced by Rowan Atkinson—makes stupid decisions that he then successfully solves. His nasty landlady Mrs. Wicket and her awful one-eyed cat Scrapper must be outwitted as well, though.

All In All

For the people who visited this article to revoke their nostalgia…how was it? We all have watched all of these popular cartoons during our time. Those of you who haven’t, these cartoons are really a must-watch for them!

I really hope that you found the information provided in this article resourceful. Thank you for reading.

Author Bio:

Emily Bryant is a professional content writer. She completed her graduation in Psychology from the University of Montreal, Canada. She is very passionate about writing in many journals and magazines. She is the owner and co-founder of Smart Business Daily. She is also associated with many authority blog sites such as Finance TeamEmblem Wealth, Tour And Travel.