For every holiday there is a list of cartoons to watch, celebrating said holiday, even Valentine's Day. These funny Valentine's Day cartoons let you enjoy the holiday with laughter.
This Charlie Brown DVD includes three cartoon specials. "Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown" first aired on in 1975. Charlie Brown spends his time waiting for Valentines to arrive, while Linus learns a lesson in unrequited love for his teacher. "You're in Love, Charlie Brown," from 1967, features the debut of Peppermint Patty. She's working on Chuck's baseball problems while he is falling in love with the little red-haired girl. Finally, Charlie Brown has to conquer his fears in 1977's "It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown." Not only is he the kicker for the annual homecoming game, but also he's been chosen to escort Heather, the little red-haired girl, to the dance. There he must give her the "traditional kiss." (I'd like to see that fly in today's elementary schools.) All three episodes include the humor and irony we've come to love in Charlie Brown cartoons.
The Simpsons Kiss & Tell is a collection of four episodes focused on the love and romance between Homer and Marge Simpson. In "Natural Born Kissers," Homer and Marge begin spicing up their love life with public displays of affection. In "Large Marge," Marge Simpson entrances the men of Springfield with her newly increased assets. "Three Gays of the Condo" includes some background on Homer and Marge before they were married. And "The Way We Weren't" is a full episode of the history of how they met and became a couple. Original Release Date: February 7th, 2006
This DVD from SpongeBob SquarePants includes "To Love a Patty," when SpongeBob has trouble saying goodbye to the most perfect Krabby Patty he has ever cooked, until it rots and turns fuzzy. The other episodes aren't romantic, but they will keep you and your beloved laughing. My favorite is "The Blackened Sponge," when SpongeBob creates his own nemesis, Jack M. Crazyfish, after accidentally giving himself a black eye. Silly, clumsy SpongeBob. Original Release Date: January 29, 2008
Though this Futurama DVD may not be targeted at Valentine's Day, it does tell a love story of inter-galactic proportions. A giant blob ensnares Fry and the entire Planet Express crew in its tentacles, seducing everyone while hiding its true agenda. I especially love when David Cross (guest star) brings out his own, cynical sense of humor toward the end. Futurama: Beast with a Billion Backs is full of laughs and double entendres. Original Release Date: June 24, 2008