Once upon a time, it used to be law (here anyway) that childrens television had to be educational. I'd really like to know what happened to that. With Animaniacs being one of my all time favorite cartoons, it was full of knowledge as well. I think about the only thing that still has educational value to it that is isn't over a decade old (but it's been on more than a decade) is Fairly Odd Parents. That's sort of to be expected though as it is a Nelvana production, which is Canadian. [= Even Bugs Bunny has some educational merit to it. Stupidity doesn't pay off! Just ask Elmer Fudd about that.
I didn't care for InuYasha either. Kagome could do better! There was another guy who refered to him as dog boy I think. He was about the only character I sort of liked but sitting through even some of that series was hard thanks to it's boring aspects.
He always seemed like such a wimp! I don't think it was his older sibling. In one episode that I distinctly remember him from, he literally InuYasha that he's not even good enough to take care of Kagome. Kagome has just rejoined InuYasha earlier on before they crossed paths again.
Ah ha but he was fighting his blood or urge to be mean an inherited trait.. and the whole Kagome thing
was like his Fathers weakness for the Yin to Yang the soft mortal female.
that put a latent protective nature of the mortal
besides Kagome is the name of a game preschoolers play that's like 3 goose or duck duck goose grey goose? The child picked to be it is Called an ONI demon or ogre
similar to the European games 'Ring Around The Rosie' or 'Poor Mary'
Kago no naka no Tori wa
beppin bani-guru karasu and
ah the girl that over came time and the boy that was over come..