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Jan 4, 2017 12:25 PM

5 Animated TV Series That Are Great for Stoners

As the holiday season is coming, you probably have to forget about your personal space and intimate weed smoking sessions. It is the time when family members gather together and countless children are always in the way. To save your holiday spirit, we have picked five animated TV series that are fun to watch for both children and cannabis users.

Adventure Time


Adventure Time is one of the most successful animated shows created by Cartoon Network. This stoner cartoon tells us about the adventures of a boy named Finn and his dog Jake in the land of Ooo that appeared after the Great Mushroom War.

Watching this series is even better when you are high, as each episode is funny and independent, so there is no need to follow the plot. After seven seasons of the program, which received the highest rates from more than 3 million viewers, Cartoon Network is going to premiere the next season on Jan. 23, 2017.



Batman: The Animated Series



While cannabis is boosting your creativity, Batman: The Animated Series will let you feel like a hero. Though the series was launched in 1992, people watch it with great pleasure even nowadays.

Needless to say, the image of Harley Quinn has become the most popular costume this past Halloween. While children will like to meet their favorite hero once more, a cannabis stoner will be able to go back to the atmosphere of the 90's and refresh their memory of Quinn’s debut.




Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated


This animated series is a great option for tokers who are keen on mystery stories.Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated is the eleventh adaptation since the Scooby-Doo's premiere in 1969. The series is full of horror and funny moments that keep you in suspense till the end.

The show consists of two seasons telling about the gang with a dog that solves mysteries in their hometown. Despite multiple references to previous seasons, this incarnation can also be watched by those who were not familiar with the cartoon dog and its friends before.




Avatar: The Last Airbender/The Legend of Korra


Premiered in 2005, Avatar: The Last Airbender was the first children movie that used serialization of the plot and development of characters. This eye-catching and breathtaking show instantly became popular among both kids and their parents.

Nickelodeon then went on to capture the hearts of the cartoon viewers for the second time when they launched The Legend of Korra, which showed the matured characters and a more thrilling plot.





Samurai Jack


If you like cannabis that boosts your creativity, then watching the episodes of Samurai Jack will become even more vivid and catchy when you are high. Created by Genndy Tartakovsky in 2001, the series is very different from ordinary cartoons. Samurai Jack has minimum dialogs but is rich in intense action.

Last year, the Cartoon Network Studios announced the show's revival in 2017, so we all are in anticipation of the new adventures of the main hero.

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