On my flight to Chicago, I watched a lot of episodes of Kappa Mikey. That was a short-lived Nickelodeon series in 2006; they showed about four episodes, and the rest of the show's run was on the Nicktoons channel that shows Dragonball Z Kai.
Kappa Mikey is about an American guy who gets a job working on a Japanese TV show. Mikey, the American, is drawn like a Flash cartoon character. All the Japanese characters are drawn anime-style. It was always visually interesting to have the main character drawn in a completely different style than everything else around him.
I'm about 90% sure that the only reason I like Kappa Mikey is because I have the same first name as the main character. Some of my relatives still call me "Mikey", even though I stopped going by that nickname when I was in second grade or so.
The show contains a lot of fast-paced, off-the-wall humor. And there's a lot of screaming. And people who know a lot about Japanese anime (i.e. not me) seem to be amused by the various anime parodies. As for me, I just happen to like it because there are a lot of one-liners. The show dishes out jokes like these:
Ozu: Lily and Gonard, from now on, you two are dating.
Lily: I can't date Gonard! He's...Gonard!
Gonard: Yeah, I can't date Gonard! He's way outta my league!
Guano: You can't expose me as a fraud! Everyone will know I'm dishonest! I won't be able to work in anything ever again! ...Other than journalism or business.
Ozu: If you ever have any questions, please, come to me. I'll always be honest with you.
Mikey: Where do babies come from?
The show isn't perfect, by any means. I find Yes Man to be much more annoying than humorous. Guano screams too much. And after watching five episodes in a row, I found I could no longer keep track of which episode was which, because they're all very similar. But it was an entertaining-enough way to pass the time during a four-hour flight, and I got to see episodes that I had never seen before.