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    Cousin Skeeter

    Cousin Skeeter

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2001)
    Bobby would describe his Cousin Skeeter as a nightmare most of the time, but they do get along. Bobby always tries to impress Nina and once Skeeter gets involved, he always makes up stories about Skeeter, what normally gets both of them in trouble. But, Skeeter always gets them out of the mischief they put themselves into.moreless
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    Space Cases

    Space Cases

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1997)
    Welcome to the Space Cases guide at TV.com.

    Space Cases is about five space cadets, their two teachers and a malfunctioning android, Thelma. After the children see an alien spaceship, the Christa, outside their Space Academy and board it they become lost in space, with their assistant principal and teacher.moreless
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    Wild & Crazy Kids

    Wild & Crazy Kids

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2002)
    Welcome to the Wild & Crazy Kids guide at TV.com.

    Wild & Crazy Kids is a great game show that has kids of all ages performing crazy stunts. This show lasted for 65 syndicated episodes, achieving the most popularity on the children's network Nickelodeon.moreless
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    Caitlin's Way

    Caitlin's Way

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2002)
    Caitlin Seeger is a tough, streetwise orphan from Philadelphia, who thumbs her nose at authority until a run-in with the law forces her to make a pretty tough choice: do some time in juvenile hall or move out to Montana to live with her distant cousins. Even though she doesn't always make the best decisions, this one's a no-brainer. Luckily, her cousins have a son her age and she finds a trusted companion- a horse named Bandit who's even wilder than she is. Learning to live together and respect each other's differences is no easy task for Caitlin and her new family, but her friends, her strong personality and her love of photography help her make it through. Life in Montana may be different than life in the city, but it's definitely an adventure!
    Character Guide: Caitlin Seeger: Deep down, 14-year-old Caitlin Seeger is a really good kid, but years of growing up in a foster home and protecting herself from early disappointments have made her hard-nosed, defensive and independent. A new start in rural Montana with her distant cousins might be the remedy for her years of hard knocks, but the adjustment is going to take time. Caitlin may act a little tough sometimes, but hey, that's just her way. Griffen Lowe: Griffen is Caitlin's 14-year-old cousin who has a pretty difficult time sharing his home and family with his rebellious relative. Griffen is the uptight good kid to Caitlyn's carefree mischievous kid. An over achiever, Griffen's pretty popular and even started his own rock band--but he still catches a lot of flak from Caitlyn for being too concerned about his future. Though they're very different and they're often at each other's throats, Griffen and Caitlyn learn to trust each other and actually end up becoming close friends. Dori Lowe: Dori Lowe is a 38-year-old veterinarian and the person most responsible for saving Caitlin from her difficult life in Philadelphia. Of the Lowes, Dori is Caitlin's closest relative, so she believes it's her duty to step in and help. Dori was a city girl who traded skyscrapers for wildlife once too, so she can identify with Caitlyn and becomes a truly positive influence on her cousin's life. Jim Lowe: Jim is a man of fairness and discipline. As the local sheriff and Caitlin's new father figure, Jim's got a double-shot of trouble getting on Caitlin's good side- she doesn't exactly excel at dealing with authority! But he's a decent and understanding guy, so chances are, he and Caitlin will eventually grow to appreciate each other-and maybe learn a few things about themselves along the way. Bandit: Saving someone's life is a sure-fire way to make a new friend. When Bandit, a wild buckskin stallion, saves Caitlin from a rabid wolf, he gains a friend for life. Following their extraordinary introduction, Bandit chooses to stay at the Lowe ranch rather than return to the wilds of High River Canyon. Now he's Caitlin's trusted companion, and he's perfect for the job--he'll never share her secrets, and he's a great listener too! Current Schedule: As of April 2008, the show airs repeats at 6AM each morning on The-N.moreless
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    What Would You Do?

    What Would You Do?

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1993)
    Welcome to the What Would You Do? guide at tv.com. When Nickelodeon Studios opened its doors to the public June 7, 1990, the network was open to any new program concept. Ideas were tossed up to Nickelodeon president Geraldine Laybourne and tried, beginning with Outta Here!, a daily half-hour show that began in July 1990. Outta Here! was purged to make way for the show documented here. What Would You Do? was a Nickelodeon buried treasure from the early '90s. It was much like Slime Time Live would become, only it wasn't live, and was, frankly, a lot more interesting. One of the many game shows during this period, it was hosted by Mark Summers, of the pioneering kid's game show Double Dare fame. The reason the show is remembered is not for the Wall of Stuff or even the famous host, but for pies. The show had many pie-themed stunts, like the Pie Wash, Pie Pod, and Pie Coaster. On every episode, at least one contestant or audience member had gotten strapped in and had, by the show rules, up to four pies thrust in the face. And of course, the audience always wanted four pies per victim. Like many Nickelodeon shows, What Would You Do? reruns outnumbered the original run (90 episodes). If you were not a regular viewer, you were convinced you saw the same one to five shows every time you casually tuned in.moreless
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    The Journey of Allen Strange

    The Journey of Allen Strange

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2000)
    This is the story of Allen Strange, an average everyday human teenager... okay maybe he's not average... maybe he's not human. Allen is actually an alien who was stranded on Earth, taking the form of a human teenager, he becomes friends with the Stevensons, Robbie and Josh. While keeping his secret, they teach Allen to live as a human and try to find ways for him to return home. Character Guide Allen Strange: Except for being from another planet, there's nothing that strange about Allen Strange. He stowed away on an intergalactic transport vessel on his home planet, Xela, and then got left behind on Earth. A genius by Earth standards, he can look human, and he can learn anything faster than you can open a textbook, (he picked up our language in a single day!) Sure Allen is homesick, but he likes our little blue planet, and he's made some really good friends. Who knows? Allen's mistake could end up being the best thing that ever happened to him. Robbie Stevenson: Robbie was the first human who reached out to help Allen, and she's become his best friend on Earth. Allen's lucky to have Robbie as his guide to his new planet--she's smart, she's independent and she can really keep a secret. Maybe Robbie and Allen are so close because they have something in common--they both know what it means to miss something. Allen misses his family back home on Xela, and Robbie misses her mom, who lives in San Francisco. Josh Stevenson: Josh is Robbie's younger brother. He's really into UFOs, so having an alien around the house is just about the coolest thing that could ever happen to him. He lives and breathes comic books, horror movies and TV shows about life in outer space. But Josh isn't living in a dream world. He's wired into the Internet and knows how to get things done. If you need information or a solution to a problem, Josh is your man. Currently appears: Nickelodeon Japan: 1:00 PM (Weekdays).moreless
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    Pinwheel

    Pinwheel

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1989)
    Pinwheel/i> was a children's television show that aired on the Nickelodeon cable network from 1979 to 1989. The show was the original program featured on the Nickelodeon network. There were a total of 260 one hour Pinwheel episodes recorded, however, Pinwheel was typically broadcast in 3 to 5 hour long blocks with multiple one-hour episodes shown back-to-back. It remains the longest running Nickelodeon show in episodes, and was the longest running in years until You Can't Do That On Television broke the record. It is now #3, behind You Can't Do That On Television and Rugrats.moreless
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    Finders Keepers

    Finders Keepers

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1989)
    The only way to get in trouble is to leave the room clean.

    The game goes like this: two teams battle it out in two two-part rounds. In the first part, the two teams (one red, one blue, both with two contestants each) are read a series of clues and are asked to find the object pertaining to the clue on a giant picture. A correct find nets the team $25 and a room to search. After four correct finds, the teams head into the 'house' and do the same thing as the first half, except this time they get to hands-on tear the room apart in order to find the correct object. A correct find here is worth $50, but if they run out of time, or find the wrong object (which they have to confirm with the host), the money goes to the other team. In round two, it's more of the same, only the money values are now triple for the hidden picture half (to $75) and double for the Room Search (to $100), along with a possible prize if the team gets the Instant Prize Room. Finally, the team with the most money after the two rounds goes on the Room-to-Room Romp, where they have 90 seconds to find and grab object clue cards in six rooms, with each room completed netting the team a prize of growing value.

    A syndicated version ran from 1988 to 1989.moreless
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    Purple and Brown

    Purple and Brown

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    Nickelodeon
    Purple and Brown is a series of claymation shorts on Nickelodeon that tells the story of two clay blobs, one a tall purple and the other a squat brown, as they end up in bizarre situations. No matter the predicament, whether it's Purple losing its mouth to a snowman or a bumblebee getting trapped in their clay bodies, the two blobs just keep on laughing. Purple and Brown was created by Aardman Studios, which is recognized more for the stop motion animation of Wallace and Gromit. The shorts are quick, cute, and chuckle-worthy as Purple and Brown deal with whatever comes their way with their trademark giggle.moreless
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    The Busy World of Richard Scarry

    The Busy World of Richard Scarry

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2000)
    The characters that inhabit Richard Scarry's "Busytown" books are successfully brought to television, in this clever cartoon adaptation, produced by CINAR FILMS in Canada. The series shows us the lives of the many residents of Busytown, but the focus is mainly the Cat family - Mother and Father Cat, and Huckle and Sally, the kids. Also living with the Cats is a worm named Lowly, who goes to school with Huckle. The assortment of other characters, including Sgt. Murphy (patient peacekeeper of the Busytown Police Dept.), Mr. Fixit (the trash-is-treasure town repairman), and Bananas Gorilla (a clumsy jobless gorilla, who would do anything for a banana) all keep the city humming with activity. The half-hour program is made up of three 7-minute stories per episode, with two short musical interstitials inbetween. "The Busy World of Richard Scarry" aired on Nickelodeon and Nick Jr., until May 2000 (when Nick's licensing agreement with the show's owners expired). This show is no longer airing on TV.moreless
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    My Family's Got Guts

    My Family's Got Guts

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    Ben Lyons takes the reigns from Mike O'Malley in this version of Nickelodeon GUTS the beloved Nickelodeon extreme stunt game show that caught a wildfire of success in the nineties. Instead of focusing on just children, the new incarnation incorporates families. With an improved Extreme Arena, new events, and an all new Aggro-Crag to challenge contestants My Family's Got Guts revives the age old question, Do you have it?moreless
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    Peter Rabbit

    Peter Rabbit

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    Action League Now!!!

    Action League Now!!!

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2002)
    The Action League is a group of crime fighting, danger loving, but bumbling action figures: The Chief, Meltman, ThunderGirl, The Flesh, and Stinky Diver. Their world is that of suburbia, transformed by a kid's imagination into a land of adventure. Everyone has wondered who the smallest super heroes were, well they're The Action League. The Action League mainly stop the evil Mayor from trying to take over the World! The Mayor and The Action League will do anything to destroy each other, and won't stop at any cost. Watch the show, enjoy the action! Action League Now!!! was first a short on Nickelodeon's variety show, Kablam! After a Kablam! episode titled, "The Ka-Blammy Awards" was produced, Action League Now!!!: The Series began. Action League Now!!! brings the action into your home! Character Guide The Flesh - The Flesh is a naked-man who tends to be very strong. He is also know as the "nude dude". The Flesh wished that one day he would become a super hero, and he did. He usually gets in the way a lot when The Action League are trying to save the day. He still fits perfectly with this crew. His main quote is, "Ouchies". The Flesh's favorite food is bacon and rice. His super power is super strength. ThunderGirl - ThunderGirl is another member of The Action League. She has the power to fly and use electrical attacks. ThunderGirl is usually seen flying around the city trying to find The Mayor. She uses her electrical powers very often. Meltman has a crush on ThunderGirl and usually says it right to her and she whacks him in the face. Stinky Diver - Stinky Diver is the French super hero, who is always in his toilet. He uses a spear to attack his foes. He loves his money a whole lot and will not let anything happen to it. He is usually found next to Meltman, one of his better friends who he can trust. Stinky Diver's strength is swimming in toilets. Meltman - Meltman has the power to melt. He happens to be the most pathetic member of The Action League. Melty hangs out with everyone in the gang especially his love, ThunderGirl. ThunderGirl hates Meltman but he doesn't seem to care. Meltman is very unhelpful, and he only helped out once in an episode. Justice - Justice is The Chief's loyal canine and probably the smartest one in the Action League. Justice is very nice to everyone in the Action League. He is probably the nicest, bravest and happiest member of the Action League. Justice appears in episodes very often and you will recognize him right away, too. The Chief - The Chief hired The Action League to fight evil in the first place. He is very commanding and will not let evil win. The Chief is in every episode of Action League Now!!! and he even is the main character in the episode, "Fatter". Without The Chief, The Action League would be nothing. The Mayor's main quote is, "Blast It!" when the Action League mess up. Bill the Lab Guy - Bill the Lab Guy tries to help The Action League by testing experiments and checking if The Action League has a disease. His main quote is, "I see no connection". Bill the Lab Guy tends to become very annoying to The Action League and viewers. Don't let him upset you because in one episode his observations are correct. The Mayor - The Mayor is the evil villain in Action League Now!!!. He may be the mayor of a town but he wants to take over the world! The Mayor always tries to get the Action League in danger like getting their heads chopped off in a fan. The Mayor is probably the smartest out of anyone in the whole show, and he's the one who tends to be evil.moreless
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    Roundhouse

    Roundhouse

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1996)
    Welcome to Roundhouse guide at TV.com!
    Roundhouse is a show that's hard to describe. The best way to explain it is to say that it was Saturday Night Live meets the Mickey Mouse Club--something that the entire family could enjoy.
    Roundhouse was filled with comical skits that used no real sets and cheap props (on purpose). The cast was made up of actors and actresses that were also extremely talented at singing and dancing.
    The lyrics to the theme song are as follows:
    Whenever my life keeps so down I know I can go down (down, down, down) To where the music and the fun never ends As long as that music keeps playing You know what I'm saying I know that I can find a friend... Down at the Roundhouse!
    In 1993, the entire cast won a Young Artist Award for their outstanding work on the series.moreless
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    Super Special Double Dare

    Super Special Double Dare

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    Nickelodeon
    Super Special Double Dare was the spin-off of one of the most popular game shows ever, Double Dare. At the beginning of "Super Special Double Dare", you would answer questions, and if you didn't know the answer or you wanted to fool the other team to get more money, you could dare or double dare, but if you didn't know the answer, you would have to go to a Pysical Challenge. In the end, the team with the most money would run the Obstacle Couse for sixty seconds which consisted of eight obstacles. The series consisted of two episodes. Super Special Double Dare airs rarely on Nickelodeon GAS.moreless
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    Mina and the Count

    Mina and the Count

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2003)
    Mina And The Count is a spin-off to the Oh Yeah! Cartoons. It had some popularity so they made it into a T.V. show. The first five fifteen minute episodes are the Oh Yeah! Cartoon. MIna And The Count is about a girl named Mina that knows a vampire named Count and his side-kick Igor. But...Igor, the Count's trusty hunchback, gets fired, so he becomes the main enemy of the series. Ratings wern't what Nick wanted so it was cancelled within one seasonmoreless
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    Oswald

    Oswald

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2004)
    Oswald is a Nick Jr. show about a blue octopus and his dog Weenie. Generally, each episode portrays Oswald and his friends day to day adventures in Big City.

    MAIN CHARACTERS:

    Oswald - A blue octopus

    Weenie - Oswald's hot dog shaped pet dog

    Henry - A serious penguin who is a neighbor and friend to Oswald

    Daisy - An outgoing, walking, talking daisy

    Madame Butterfly - A nice little butterfly who owns the restaurant Oswald goes to

    Katrina - Madam Butterfly's daughter, who is a caterpillar

    Pongo - A very friendly dragon

    Johnny Snowman - A walking, talking snowman who owns the ice cream shop

    The Eggburt Twins - Two egg shaped characters named Egbert and Leo

    Andy - A pumpkin headed creature with a silly laugh

    Steve - A tall walking, talking tree

    Bingo - A rabbit who owns various stores in Big Citymoreless
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    Pfish and Chip

    Pfish and Chip

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1997)
    This show is about a shark called Pfish and a lynx named Chip. Recently this show aired on Cartoon Network. This show was created by Butch Hartman.
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    Get the Picture

    Get the Picture

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1993)
    Hosted by Mike O'Malley. There were bonus rounds, which require a lot of knowledge. Two pairs of kids face off against each other. Round one (connect the dots. Answer a question, pick a box, and reveal a part of the picture) If they pick a "Power Surge" box, they could get an additional 20 points, and extra box. They then need to get 5 pictures in 30 seconds (revealed very slowly). Round two (dots. They must answer questions and guess the picture). Final round (mega-memory. Have a few seconds to memorize nine pictures, then they have to remember them after hearing clues)moreless
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    Mr.Wizard's World

    Mr.Wizard's World

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1991)
    not to be confused with "Mr. Wizard"
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