When Jackie Chan realized he couldn't hop around buildings or use kitchenware to dismantle villains like he used to (age hurts), he decided to immortalize his on-screen persona by adapting a cartoon version of himself as an archeologist living with an adrenaline-pumping niece and a grumpy chi-magician uncle.

Sounds quirky? You're dead wrong! The show featured great action sequences inspired by some of Chan's classics, hilarious characters that mimic '70s kung fu film dialogues ("Bunny flees from vicious Jackals!"), and for once Asian stereotypes portrayed by Uncle and Mama Tohru were bearably funny.

Now if only we can get an animation version of Chris Tucker... Wait, even if he's a cartoon the jokes are still the same. Man, is Rush Hour really done for?