Top 10 Major Plot Holes In Cartoons

1 Star2 Stars

These contradictions are reminders that cartoons don’t always have consistent logic. Welcome to WatchMojo, and today, we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Major Plot Holes in Cartoons.

List Entries and Rank:
10. Cosmo & Wanda Lost Their Wands “The Fairly OddParents” (2001-17)
9. The Mystery of Optimus Prime’s Trailer “The Transformers” (1984-87)
8. Omega Dimension “Winx Club” (2004)
7. Sam & Tucker Can’t See Youngblood “Danny Phantom” (2004-07)
#6. Summers in Bluffington “Doug” (1991-94; 1996-99)
#5. The Ashi Paradox “Samurai Jack” (2001-04; 2017)
4. Brainwashed & No Memory… But They Could Have Just Asked What Happened “Young Justice” (201013; 2018)
3, 2, 1: ???

Check out MyMojo to suggest your own video idea:

Watch more plot hole countdowns below:
Top 10 Plot Holes In The Simpsons You Never Noticed:
Top 10 Major Plot Holes in Movies:
Top 10 Video Game Plot Holes You Can’t Explain:

#PlotHoles #Cartoons #TheSimpsons

Check our our other channels!

WatchMojo’s Social Media Pages

Get WatchMojo merchandise at shop.watchmojo.com

WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.

Similar Articles

10 thoughts on “Top 10 Major Plot Holes In Cartoons

  1. Older Fans who love old shows will never admit there flaws or plot holes in their shows so they get mad criticize modern cartoon and tv instead. Welcome to 2019

  2. 2:46 that isn’t the only time either. Buy the end of season 3, they’re sent back to the dimension they were sent to at the end of season 1 and in during early season 2, yet 2 seasons later they’re randomly inside a cell in an underwater Kingdom.

    Gotta love when you’re not given any explanations for huge details in shows yet except you to fully understand what happened

  3. But if Ashi was never born and Jack is stuck in the future, then Jack would never have killed Aku in the past, so Aku will be alive to help give birth to Ashi, which means she will exist to send Jack to the past and kill Aku, but then she won’t exist and Jack would still be

    *HEAD EXPLOSION*

  4. For Samurai Jack, it was a continuum that was altered by a new fixed point being created, i.e. AKu’s death. Everything turned out as it would have up until that was changed, so to change them, the original sequence of event had to exist so they could be stopped.

    If you went back in time to kill your own father and stop his actions after the point where he was killed by you, thus erasing yourself from history, you would have to exist to do so.

  5. I’m sorry but I can never insult the greatness or majesty of Samurai Jack. It is arguably the best cartoon on CN/Adult Swim to date, and for it’s’ fanbase to bring it back after nearly a decade shows how much it was loved.

Leave a Reply

Top

Pin It on Pinterest