He specifically mentions the Hey Arnold one. Saying "So when one [Nineties cartoon] fails, they all fail."Come on, kids... let's say it again: "Easy target."
As I mentioned in the other thread, Hey Arnold also did the same plot of characters who play hooky getting the worst of it, while the people who stayed at school enjoy themselves to an absurd extent. Will he be claiming that as an atrocity, since he claimed "it ruins the realism"?
And it all comes back to Enter's hypocrisy again, he really thinks only the shows he hates will be dated, while the ones he likes he calls them timeless, when some of then even had fucking MEME references in them, outdated ones even by their time.Computers are pretty much not likely to go away, so I don't think they'll date the show that much.
It's hard for a show not to be dated, really; maybe next he'll rant about how Looney Tunes features all these references to celebrities he's never heard of.
I don't think it will be overly hated and loved like it is now. Its reception will become the equivalent to what the Magic School Bus is like today. It will be a forgettable and average cartoon that not many will talk about. The bronies might be referenced in the future due to how bad their fanbase is.
If your talking about in terms of famous actors who played various roles, MLP has a person from Star Trek who voiced Q who plays a minor reoccurring character known as Discord, Tara Strong who played voices in various well known childhood cartoons like Scooby Doo and she plays the main character of the show, and Werid Al played a character who appeared in the episode. Even though the characters are played by famous voice actors, a better question is will their roles be memorable?