5 Cartoons you should watch high

Published Apr 3, 2019 11:43 a.m. ET

If you are looking for a little inspiration for binge-watching while smoking a little weed, then you have come to just the right place. Marijuana is incredible and can help you to relax and enjoy things with a different perspective. Some of the best shows to watch high are animated since they can drift so far from reality and touch on taboo subjects that you’ll find hilarious in cartoon form. Things like romance, drama, actions, adventure, and suspense can all be found if you know where to look. Here’s a little inspiration to help you get started with 5 of the best shows to watch high that are animated.

1. Final Space

It’s the year 2045, and a prisoner named Gary, who is a quirky regular guy is serving out his sentence on a wandering space station, where he meets the alien Mooncake. Though he doesn’t realize it at first, his new best friend is being hunted down by Lord Commander who will do anything in his power to gain control of Mooncakes exceptional strength. This space-based comedy follows the adventures of this quirky duo as they seek to unlock the dark and hidden mysteries of final space, finding love, loss, and heartbreak along the way.

2. The Simpsons

The Simpson’s is the longest running scripted prime time series and is based on a unique family who resides in the small town of Springfield. Marge, the ever doting and worrying blue-haired mother and wife, Homer a dim-witted loving father, Maggie an innocent baby who has never aged nor spoken, and a brother and sister named Bart and Lisa who are polar opposites. This unique series focuses mainly on Homer who is a relatable family man that does his best to provide for his family while remaining unaware of how his wife is the one who holds them all together. Go on crazy adventures with this comedic family that touches on all sorts of taboo topics like corporal punishment, marijuana, and political issues.

3. Rick and Morty


Follow an inventor and grandfather Rick and his grandson Morty on their adventures through multiple universes with the occasional appearance from Summer, Mort’s sister, and his parents who are increasingly concerned over the duos intergalactic adventures that often risk life and limb. Meet creatures from parallel universes, and feel your mind explode as this sitcom delves into scientific theories that are heavily regarded as gospel by the scientific community today. Laugh along at the hilarious quirks that all of the show's characters displayed in a relatable way.  

4. American Dad

Though American Dad appears to be based on a regular family living in the USA, only a few minutes into the series you are introduced to Roger. An alien that Stan finds and offers shelter who becomes the center of the universe in his thousands of roles that keep appearing out of nowhere. Stan is the father of Hailey who is a typical pothead teenager wanting freedom of expression while throwing it all away for her heart throb. Steve is Haley's brother who is the nerdy kid in school and always struggling for his father affections. Francine is Stan’s ditzy housewife who struggles with alcoholism and other addictions while trying to maintain the image of the perfect family. This show is relatable to so many different age groups, catering to all of the stereotypes one would expect to find among the typical American family.

5. Bob’s Burgers

Bob’s Burgers is an American animated comedy that is based on the Belchers. A family including parents Bob and Linda who are accompanied by their three children Gene, Louise, and Tina in running a burger joint in a small town off the coast. It’s been running for 9 seasons and was just approved for a tenth after winning the hearts and Sunday nights of millions of viewers worldwide. Often referred to as a newer version of the Simpsons with a twist. If you love animated series than Bob’s Burgers is undoubtedly worth checking out, especially immediately following a bowl or joint for extra kicks.  



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