Danger Mouse, the retro, British cartoon spy spoof with tongue-in-cheek humor, is now on Netflix. My siblings and I loved Danger Mouse growing up – it used to air on Nickelodeon back in the day, and my mom taped the episodes. We watched them over and over until we wore out the VHS tape. (You heard me.) So when the classic episodes popped up on Netflix, I was so excited to share them with my sons. (I also needed a break from Octonauts. Sure, they’re cute and teach us about sea creatures, but I can never get that “Creature Report” song out of my head.) My kids, aged 5 and 2, were dubious at first, as they always are when I suggest my flashback entertainment, but I reminded them of my previous successful recommendations of Fantasia, the Care Bears, and Flight of the Navigator and won them over. It took less than one episode before they were quoting Penfold’s signature “Oh, crumbs!” to each other and giggling. They loved it. I mean, come on – bombs, eye patches, British intrigue – what more could you ask for? We’re working our way through the collection, and it’s inspired me to expose them to Sesame Street Classics as well. I get credit for good ideas, get a little flashback fun from my own childhood, and we get family time together. Wins all around. #StreamTeam.