Whether you were a die-hard Pinky and the Brain fan, or wouldn't go a day without watching The Simpsons, we owe a hell of a lot to our favourite children's television for helping form our intricate senses of humour as adults.
So, that might explain why Prince William is trying to impart his love of the 1981 classic cartoon Danger Mouse on his eldest child, Prince George.
Unfortunately for the Duke of Cambridge, his efforts have come to nothing so far.
reports the Prince opened up about his relationship with Prince George to the show's creator Brian Cosgrove, who received an OBE at Buckingham Palace for his services to the UK's animation industry on Wednesday.
Discussing their conversation about their children's television shows, Cosgrove revealed: '[Prince William] said, "I grew up on them, you did Wind of the Willows, didn't you?" and I said, "Yes, I did", and he said, "Wonderful".'
He continued: 'I said that it was a pleasure meeting him and he said that it was a pleasure to meet me too. It's quite surreal. [William] told me he was trying to get his son George into [the show] but they're not on at the moment, the series we did, they sold it to Canada.
'I said, "You'd have to go to Canada to watch it!"'
Danger Mouse - a children's series following the adventures of the eponymous secret agent - may not be on Prince George's radar yet but we imagine his .
On meeting the creators of the popular children's book at a Tusk event in September, William told them: 'I know who you are. It’s a big hit in our household, The Gruffalo.'
Earlier this year, the prince also revealed he's trying to during a conversation with Wimbledon tennis champion Novak Djokovic.