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Goliath from "Gargoyles". Their van would break down, and then they'd all learn that wherever it was that they managed to get stranded had a ghost problem. He was such a buff daddy -- the way he took control of every situation and always saved the day drove my 5-year-old self wild. Lots of the characters were great, but there was one in particular who was so smart, so cool, so good at vanquishing bad guys. Each episode Freakazoid would meet up with a ridiculous villain, such as a giant-brain-headed man called The Lobe, a blue caveman named Cave Guy with a voice like Gilligan's Island 's Thurston Howell III, a former model stuck in a jaunty pose named Arms Akimbo, and an eye-patched villain named Armando Guitierrez, voiced by the inimitable Ricardo Montalban.