DO ADULTS KNOW MODERN CARTOONS? (REACT: Do They Know It?)

DO ADULTS KNOW MODERN CARTOONS? (REACT: Do They Know It?)


– It is time to…
– (cast) Sing it! ♪ (rock music) ♪ ♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪ – (Katie) Today we’re gonna see
how well you know modern cartoons by playing you their theme songs.
– Oh, I’m gonna do HORRIBLE. – Okay, we’re gonna try this. – I feel like that’s
not gonna be that bad. – I got a 12-year-old and a 10-year-old. And so we watch a lot of cartoons. I think I might be good to go. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ (animals squeak and quack)
– Birds. Animals. – Is it The Jungle Book? ♪ (instruments tuning up) ♪
(characters cheer) (whooshing) – I don’t know the name of it,
but that does sound familiar. – ♪ Come on, grab your friends ♪ – Oh, I know what that is.
That’s Adventure Time. – ♪ …lands with Jake the Dog ♪
– It’s got the ukulele going on. – ♪ The fun will never end ♪ – I didn’t realize how weird
cartoon songs or, like, theme songs sound whenever you’re not watching the actual visuals to go with it. – That’s a great show.
Weird, but I love it. – (Katie) Do you know it?
– No, I have no clue what it is. – I don’t know, but it does
sound familiar, though. – Being Tarzan and the kids? – That Adventure Time one? I have no idea. – Is it Adventure Time? – Oh, I know it’s Adventure Time. I’ve watched it with my kids,
and I’ve watched it by myself. – (Katie) This is the theme
from Adventure Time. – Is it really?! Ha ha ha! – Oh! Damn it. I really
was gonna guess that. – I know it’s like an off-the-wall show. – That’s not Adven– really?
That crazy-ass [bleep] show. I can never get into it.
I’m like, “What is this?” ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (upbeat cabalistic music) ♪ – (hums along) Okay,
I’ve heard this before, I think. – I don’t know why
this sounds familiar to me. – Oh, that’s Gravity Falls,
our favorite show of all time. – It sounds more action-y. – (rhythmically) Gotta get
my schoolwork done! I’m gonna be smart!
I’m gonna be a crime fighter! – That sounds like some
FBI cartoon or something. (song concludes, backwards voice whispers)
– Okay. This is very weird. – (Katie) How about this theme?
Do you recognize it? – No. – I do not know it. – I do know it. I just can’t think
of the actual name of it. – Girl Crime Fighter. – Is it Rick and Morty? – Yes, it’s Gravity Falls. – (Katie) This is the theme
from Gravity Falls. – Who? I don’t think I’ve heard of that. – I haven’t even heard of that one. – There’s a boy and a girl,
and I think it’s like a camp. And then crazy stuff ensues.
They go on adventures. – Probably in my top three of the most perfect
animated shows that I’ve seen. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ We are the Crystal Gems ♪ – Okay, this sounds like some
empowering woman type of cartoon. – ♪ We’ll always find a way ♪ – I don’t know why,
but this song just annoys me. – (chuckles) The Magic School Bus? – ♪ Believe in Garnet,
Amethyst, and Pearl ♪ – And Steven! – (Steven) And Steven!
– (laughs boisterously) – Is it bad that I kinda like that song? – (Katie) Do you know this one?
– No. – No. – Steven Universe. – (Katie) This is from the animated
series Steven Universe. – Uh… haven’t seen it. – I haven’t heard of that at all. – (Katie) Even if you don’t know the show, does this theme song remind
you of anything in particular? – No. – It just reminded me
of an ’80s girl band song. – All right, educate me. – (Katie) A lot of people
and critics have said it sounds very similar
to David Bowie’s “Space Oddity.” – Oh, yeah! It definitely did. – Okay! I can see that. – Interesting. I’m a huge Bowie fan. Anything that’s like Bowie I’ll respect. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (low bass sawtooth note) ♪
– Oh, that’s Regular Show. – Like a giant fart. ♪ (upbeat techno music) ♪
– It sounds science-fictiony. – It sounds like techno or space music. – Oh, this is Rick and Morty. – I feel like I should be
in an underground club. – I mean, the music sounds cool.
I don’t hear no words. – (Katie) Do you know it?
– Nope. (chuckles) – Is it a cartoon about a bunch
of 6’5″ blond Germans in an underground club in Berlin? – I’m gonna guess Rick and Morty. – Rick and Morty. I knew that one. – It’s Regular Show. – (Katie) This is from Regular Show. – I haven’t even heard of it. – No, it wasn’t! (groans deeply) – Oh, I know that show! That show is actually pretty funny. – It is on my DVR always,
because one of my sons watches it. If I need to clear some space
on the DVR, I always delete them. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – ♪ There’s 104 days of summer vacation ♪
– (grumbling) I know this song. – Oh! Phineas and Ferb. – ♪ …generation is finding a good way ♪ ♪ To spend it ♪
– It’s true. – ♪ Building a rocket ♪
– Heh. Sounds kinda like Green Day. – Sounds like a No Doubt song. – ♪ Discovering something ♪ – Okay, it’s cute. – (singing along) ♪ Giving
a monkey a shower ♪ ♪ (guitar riffs) ♪ – ♪ ‘Cause Phineas and Ferb ♪ ♪ Are gonna do it all ♪
– Oh. Aah. Phineas and Ferb! – All right. I think I can get this one. Is this Phineas and Ferb? – (Katie) This theme song–
do you know it? – I know it, but I don’t know–
(sighing) Oh god, this sucks. – Phineas and Ferb. – Phineas and Ferb, yeah. – (Katie) This is from Phineas and Ferb. – I was trying to listen to the song. Like, I was trying to sing it
with it. (chuckles) Get it? – My kids, they used to watch it a lot. – Been watching that for a long time too. – It was one of those cartoons
that I enjoyed as well. When the children were watching, I would sit down and take a break too. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – (man) Earth. Fire. – Definitely sounds
like anime kind of song. – (man) Water.
– The elements. – (man) Only the Avatar…
– Uh, Airbender? – (man) …all four elements
and bring balance to the world. – It’s not Captain Planet. – Avatar. I knew this one! – It’s not Avatar: The Last Airbender, which is the show that I watched.
It’s the newer one. The one that starts with a “kuh” sound. – This one, do you know it?
– Avatar? – Avatar. – The Windwalker? The Wind– Airbender? – I do know it, but I don’t
know the actual title. – The Legend of Korra. I knew one! – (Katie) This is from
Nickelodeon’s spin-off of Avatar, The Legend of Korra.
– Oh, son of a biscuit eater. Seriously? – Korra! Sheeeiz-oh. I knew it. (chuckles) – (Katie) This series has been praised for its portrayal of gender, race,
and strong female characters, particularly its bisexual hero, Korra.
– Bisexual? Interesting. You should start teaching
that to kids from a young age. I never understood why
we need to shelter them for so long. – Which is freaking awesome. I love that. More shows should be like Legend of Korra. – Korra in the end hooks up
and gets her lady. So that was awesome. And that I know about because I read about it
all over the Internets. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ ♪ (punk rock music) ♪ – Okay. It’s kind of
rock and roll vibe to it. – All right, this one’s groovy. ♪ (tempo quickens) ♪ – I gotta have that just stink face. ♪ (drum solo) ♪ – (Scooby) Scooby-Dooby-Doo! – (gasps) I heard Scooby-Doo!
Is it Scooby-Doo? – (Scooby) Scooby-Dooby-Doo!
– Oh, Scooby-Doo? (giggles) – That’s Scooby-Doo!
(Scooby voice) Ruh-roh, Raggy. – (Katie) So do you know it? – I guess Scooby-Doo because of the song. – Scooby-Doo. – Obviously Scooby-Doo. – (Katie) This is the theme song for the last iteration of Scooby-Doo called “Be Cool, Scooby-Doo!”
– (scoffs) He always was, so why reiterate it? – I’ve heard of that. – Scooby-Doo was one
of my all-time favorites. It’s a classic. – I heard the new
Scooby-Doos are pretty bad. Compared to the old ones.
I loved the old ones. – I used to like it back in the day. It’s how I got my son
to eat certain things. I would call his chicken
nuggets Scooby Snacks. – (Katie) Since the characters
were introduced in 1969, there have been 12 different
Scooby-Doo television series and over 15 movies. Naturally the characters’ looks
have changed over time as well. – Okay. Please tell me
Shaggy’s still a stoner though. – (Katie) Here’s what they look like now. – Oh yeah, they’re just going
a little bit funkier with the art. But you can still tell who they all are. – Family Guy meets Scooby-Doo? – They don’t look the same. They look more like computerized. – Oh, hell no. I don’t know like how Freddy looks. – Was Fred in some form of an accident, now he’s paralyzed from the waist down? That leg-to-torso ratio is really off. ♪ (quirky interlude) ♪ – Thanks for watching us
try to prove that we’re hip to modern cartoons on the React channel. – Want more? Then subscribe.
There are new shows every week. – What are your favorite cartoons? Let us know in the comments below. – (as Scooby) Ruh-roh, looks like
I don’t know my cartoons. Rye! ♪ (upbeat theme music) ♪

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  1. OH AND THE guy in the red shirt IS AWESOME because I like red and he knows all the shows and he likes gravity falls

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  3. Noooo I am officially adult. I barley knew any of these. Props to the dad who actually sits down and spend time watching the shows with his kids.

  4. You have to do this with anime theme songs, and if you add in Tokyo Gohul please choose the first season intro

  5. Wow I feel ashamed tht I only knew phenias and ferb and scooby do but only cuz it said scooby Dooby doo

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