Introducing the children to classic Tom & Jerry and Flintstones this morning. I've noticed a few things both shows have in common. For example, how unrealistic they are. Cats don't know to use doorknobs. Also: if Fred's car is powered by his feet, then why would he even need it to begin with?
And: do they know nothing of Newton's Laws of Motion, let alone the unbreakable laws of gravity? As well as: many of the interpersonal relationships seem strained beyond credibility, as various protagonists endure the same Sisyphean conflicts over and over again. Do they ever learn from their mistakes?
There's probably a few other things I haven't caught yet. Trying to enjoy anyway.
Good Sunday, all.