Tuesday, May 13, 2008

Old Nickelodeon Shows

Anyone who knows me knows that I am obsessed with old school Nickelodeon shows from the 90s. I wouldn't consider myself a TV junkie, but I used to watch a lot of TV shows whenever it was not nice outside. For upstate New York, that occurs quite frequently.

I wish that networks would pick up these old shows and re-air them. Can we start a petition somehow? I know GAS has picked up a lot of game shows (i.e. Double Dare, Legends of the Hidden Temple, Guts, Nick Arcade) and Noggin has All That and Kenan and Kel, but can't they air some of the better shows? My brother and I both have Salute Your Shorts and Are you Afriad of the Dark? We bought those from bootlegs on eBay. They're amazing, but they have some difficulties playing.

And remember Stick Stickley? When he used to spin around the wheel and we would get a shot to choose the next show on? So simple yet so amazing! Remember his address? My friend Ang does. "Write to me, Stick Stickley..."

Anyway, I think we should petition these back on the air.

This is my tribute to those amazing shows. Here are the good ones:


The Secret World of Alex Mac
Are You Afraid of the Dark?
Salute Your Shorts
Clarissa Explains It All
Space Cases
All That
Kenan and Kel
The Adventures of Pete and Pete
Hey Dude
My Brother and Me
The Journey of Alan Strange
The Secret Files of Shelby Woo
David the Gnome
Eureka's Castle
The Adventures of Tin Tin
Allegra's Window

Game shows:

Double Dare
What Would You Do?
Wild and Crazy Kids
Nick Arcade
Figure It Out
Get the Picture
You Can't Do That on Television
Legends of the Hidden Temple


Ah! Real Monsters
Rocko's Modern Life
The Angry Beavers
The Wild Thornberrys
Ren and Stimpy

Which do you miss? Which was your favorite?


Jessie! said...

HOLY CRAP! A FELLOW FAN! I love all of these shows. And we definitely should sign a petition, because allot of the shows now kind of...really suck. Quite badly. Your the coolest!

Lou G. said...

Write to me,
Stick Stickley,
PO Box 963
New York City,
New York State,