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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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    Fatherhood

    Fatherhood

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    Nick @ Nite's first animated original, Fatherhood takes an optimistic look at the problems, rewards and comedy of family life. Based on a book by Bill Cosby, the richly animated show shows the life and times of Dr. Arthur Bindlebeep, a high school professor, loving husband, devoted son and father of three. Dr. Bindlebeep is an experienced teacher, but he's always learning from his 3 kids, Angie (16), Roy (12), and Katherine (6), about what it takes to be a good father, real-life communication and himself. Meanwhile, Dr. Bindlebeep is surprised to find out that his parents, Lester and Louise still have a thing or two to teach him. With his wife, Norma Bindlebeep, Dr. Bindlebeep gamely tries to sort out the complications of parenthood, without losing his sense of humor. Characters Bios Arthur : The Father: He's what this show is all about! He's the man of the house, who is silly and nice, but at times he can be very stern. Norma : The Mother: Mrs. Bindlebeep is nice, but stern. She has to control her children... and the father. Angie: Angie is 16 and the oldest child out of the family. Angie is smart when she tries, but she only gets average grades, because she cares about makeup, music and of course boys more than studying. Roy: Roy is the middle child of the family. Like many middle children, he slips out of his parents care. Roy also likes sports and video games. Katherine: She is the youngest child out of the family. Katherine's favorite stuffed animal is a bunny named Mr. Bummy. She has trouble keeping secrets, and she asks a lot of questions. Rated: TV-Gmoreless
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    Weinerville

    Weinerville

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1996)
    Weinerville is the TV manifestation of the amusingly odd world of Marc Weiner. According to Weinerville Online, "Weinerville specializes in Marc Weiner's two unique forms of puppetry, The Weinerettes - hand puppets - and The Weinerville style head puppets - human heads on puppet bodies."moreless
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    Kaput & Zösky

    Kaput & Zösky

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2003)
    So just what can you do for a living when you are a born dominator or a lonely terror? Well, you terrorize, you pillage, you conquer. Dumb question. And that's exactly what our two ultimate obliterators, Kaput and Zösky, have in their minuscule spaceship, scanning the horizon in search of planets to conquer, people to enslave, monarchs to dethrone, chaos, mayhem, and obliteration. But, for ridiculous reasons, unbeknownst to even them, their invasions are inevitably colossal failures, and they are systematically ejected from planet after planet. It's not as simple as it looks to be a ruthless tyrant, let alone two of them! Character Guide Kaput: Kaput is the short red-haired one. In his eyes, he is skilled in everything (including martial arts), but usually makes a fool out of himself and his friend Zösky because of his big ego. Zösky: Less obsessed with slaughtering, Zösky, the much thinner one, likes the idea of lying around as he is being served by alien slaves much more than the idea of obliterating the innocent. With Kaput's large ego and Zösky's less than perfect schemes, these two need to learn...from their own mistakes! Kaput and Zösky come from the French comic book "Kaput and Zösky: The Ultimate Obliterators", done by the renowned French cartoonist, Lewis Trondheim, so this show technically falls under the category of shows based on comic books, along with Garfield & Friends and The Charlie Brown and Snoopy Show. Catch all the action of Kaput and Zösky, on Nicktoons TV Thursdays at 8:00 PM EST & Saturdays at 3:00 and 6:00 PM EST. In addition, Canadian owls can catch the show on Teletoon TV every morning at 3:00 AM EST. Kaput and Zösky is a great show and we hope you enjoy the guide.moreless
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    The TeenNick HALO Awards

    The TeenNick HALO Awards

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    This awards show featuring kids giving back to the Earth with the host Nick Cannon. The stars give out awards rather than receive them.
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    Angelica and Susie's Pre-School Daze

    Angelica and Susie's Pre-School Daze

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2008)
    Angelica and Susie's School Daze is a spin-off of the Rugrats. Angelica and Susie will be entering pre-school. . The show's pilot will be entitled Pre-School Daze and will air as a Rugrats episode. Characters Angelica Pickles is a spoiled little 5 year old who is also very clever. Susie is Angelica's friend and classmate. She likes to sing. Harold is Angelica and Susie's classmate, and Angelica's friend. He can be seen in All Grown Up! Jake is another one of Angelica and Susie's classmates. Ms.Weemer is Susie and Angelica's sweet preschool teacher. This programe currently airs on Nick Toons UK.moreless
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    Just for Kicks

    Just for Kicks

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2006)
    Whoopi Goldberg, the five-time Kids' Choice Award-winner, presents a new live-action series about four young girls on a very successful girls soccer team. The players, however, are as diverse as you could think. One is a tomboy, one is an A+ student destined for an Ivy League college, one is a rebel, and one is a popular girl. This series chronicles their lives both on and off the soccer field, seeing how each deals with both personal and social issues.

    Developed by Goldberg, who has to her credit at least one of just about every prestigious award out there, including the Emmy, the Oscar, the Grammy and the Tony Award, she is also an executive producer, as are Tom Leonardis, David Brookwell ("Even Stevens") and Sean McNamara ("That's So Raven").

    "Just For Kicks" was originally scheduled to premiere in September 2005, but due to production delays, was moved to April 2006. The show will premiere on April 9th with a one-hour event from 7-8 pm ET/PT in Nickelodeon's TEENick programming block. The show then moves to its regular time, Sundays at 8 pm ET/PT.moreless
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    Purple and Brown

    Purple and Brown

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    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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    Whoopi's Littleburg

    Whoopi's Littleburg

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    Whoopi's Littleburg is a series of three, half-hour TV specials set in "The Preschool Capital of the World" and starring Academy Award winning actress and comedienne, Whoopi Goldberg. In each special, we experience the town of Littleburg--its surprises, excitement, and drama--through the eyes of its newest citizen, a four-year-old puppet pig named Spencer.moreless
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    Let's Just Play Go Healthy Challenge

    Let's Just Play Go Healthy Challenge

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    Nickelodeon's Let's Just Play: Go Healthy Challenge empowers and inspires kids to live healthier lives. Over a 6-month period, this show tries to help kids become more active and make better nutritional choices.moreless
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    Noah Knows Best

    Noah Knows Best

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2001)
    Noah Knows Best is about a young teenager called Noah Beznick. His sister Megan Beznick, loves getting him in trouble and thinks she's a princess of her own world. They both have a Mom and Dad, and live in an apartment in Central New York. You may recognize the voice of Noah (Phillip Van Dyke) from Hey Arnold! He used to do the voice of Arnold (Seasons 2-3), now he does Ludwig (Seasons 5+). The show premiered on October 7, 2000 at 8:30 P.M. and was canceled with five unaired episodes out of thirteen produced. Nickelodeon USA no longer airs "Noah Knows Best". It has not aired on Nickelodeon USA since it's cancellation in early 2001. Nickelodeon UK & Nickelodeon AUS also no longer air re-runs of "Noah Knows Best".moreless
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    Spectacular

    Spectacular

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    Spectacular! is a musical made-for-TV film directed by Robert Iscove for Nickelodeon that centers on the rocking turmoil of lead singer Nikko Alexander (Nolan Gerard Funk), whose diva and careless behavior gets him dumped from his rock band, Flux, and by his girlfriend Amy (Britt Irvin). As he's left to wallow in his newfound solo position, a fan Courtney Lane (Tammin Sursok) tries to get Nikko to join in her group, a show choir called Spectacular!, even going so far as to offer him half the show's earnings though he refuses. But when he gets a shot at a record deal on the condition he can afford the equipment for the demo, Nikko joins Spectacular! Nikko learns that it is hard work to make it work as a singer and a dancer as well as a member of a team. Determined to beat the rival group Ta-Da, led by Courtney's ex-boyfriend (Simon Curtis) and his new snobby girlfriend Tammi (Victoria Justice), and to prove himself to Flux, Nikko secretly begins to teach the rest of Spectacular! a whole different dance routine. When things start to fall apart, the former male diva begins to realize that there's more to life than being the solo star and life can existent as a member of a group.moreless
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    Sniz & Fondue

    Sniz & Fondue

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    Nickelodeon (ended 2000)
    Holy fruits! It's the Sniz & Fondue guide at TV.com! Sniz and Fondue tells the story of a couple of young moles and their mean parents. Sniz and Fondue is like an animated sitcom for children, with plenty of unrealistic mishaps, of course. From the insane kids show Kablam!, Sniz and Fondue is a fruit casserole of laughs. Characters: Sniz: Fondue's annoying kid brother who gets himself and Fondue into heaps of trouble. Fondue: A frustrated, but intelligent teenage mole.moreless
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    Out of Control

    Out of Control

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    By October 1984, Nickelodeon was ready to make itself over. Their personality change included introducing the orange logo that still exists today. And as for new television series, Nickelodeon went way out with Out of Control.

    From the 10- and 30-second spots promoting the show, one could sense Out of Control was a crazy series indeed. Watching an entire show, one saw a few easy, quiet moments, but those were outnumbered.

    Comedian Dave Coulier was host of Out of Control (and its announcer). His job was to talk to guests and introduce segments such as "Let's Eat!," Adult Education" and "How Not to Do Things," but that wasn't easy. His two field re-porters, Hern Burford and Angela (Scoop) Quickly, were stark opposites, involv-ing Dave in their competition. Angela got some important stories under her belt, while Hern made up ridiculous storylines if for no other reason than to get air time for himself. Together or separately, Angela and Hern fronted regular fea-tures such as "Are We There Yet?" and "It's Probably True."

    Further adding to the chaos were Dave's studio technician Waldo and stage manager Diz. Waldo "invented" two machines specifically for the show: the Hurry-Up Machine (with which Dave sped up films of children doing tedious chores) and Ha-Ha 3200, the comedy computer that wrote Dave's material.

    And oh yes, Diz. She patterned her wardrobe and make-up after Cyndi Lauper, kept in step with the trends of '84 (one of which she called "Indianapolis Jones") and helped make the show, at times, "Diz-astrous." One can still hear her high-pitched whistle, made from the back of her throat, in the recess of the brain. All that chaos would lead, inevitably, to Dave's sign language gesture: "Cut it out!"

    What a way to bring Nickelodeon into their new era. Or, as the cartoon critic on the series would say, "That's not a new era. That's stupid!"moreless
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    The Adventures of the Little Prince

    The Adventures of the Little Prince

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1988)
    Based on Antoine De Saint-Exupery's 1942 novel "Le Petit Prince", "The Adventures of the Little Prince" followed the title character as he journeyed across the galaxy in search of knowledge and companionship. Major characters included the little prince -the protagonist; his rose - part flower, part little girl; and a bird who used to help the little prince travel through space. Most of the episodes took place on Earth or on the prince's home asteroid, B6-12. The show reflected the original novel's focus on sweetness, goodness and love, though it did not include the book's bittersweet ending. The character design was very loosely based on Saint-Exupery's original illustrations. Co-produced in France and Japanmoreless
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    You Gotta See This

    You Gotta See This

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    Noah Crawford and Chris O'Neal host this clip show.
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    Littl' Bits

    Littl' Bits

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    Nickelodeon (ended 1991)
    Premise: Littl' Bits lived in tiny cottages in the Foothill Forest and rode around on a flying squirrel named Help. Lillabit was basically the main character also Williebit, Browniebit, Snoozabit, and the older wiser Elderbit. The kids on the show would somehow get in trouble then figure it out eventually usually with the help of Elderbit. =================== It premeired in 1980 in Japan under the name: Mori no Yogi na Shojintachi: Berufi to Rirubitto In English it means: Cheerful Dwarves of the Forest: Belfy and Lillabit. In the USA The Littl' Bits appeared in 1991 on Nickelodeon's Nick JR. Lineup. The dwarf-like characters that lived in the town of Foothill Forrest included: Lillabit, Williebit, Snoozabit, Browniebit, Snagglebit, and the elder dwarf, Elderbit. The 26 episode show repeated 4 seasons on Nick before leaving the airwaves in 1995. Studio: Tatsunoko Productions Co. Ltd., Saban. Opening Theme Song: "Come join the fun with the Littl' Bits. They're all around our Littl' Bits. And I know that there's a lesson to be learned, come watch the Littl' Bitsand do it with love and care. They're full of love our Littl' Bits.Sometimes I wish.. I was a Littl' Bit.Cause with a little bit of love, the world can be, a better place for you and me. We're the Littl' Bits! We're the Littl' Bits! We're the Littl' Bits! Cause with a little bit of love, the world can be a better place for you and me." Characters: Lillabit - An orphan girl who lived with the village doctor who was always sleeping. Williebit -Lillibit's best friend. Snoozabit - Lillabit's Uncle. Edlerbit - old senior citizen, who gave advice to the young dwarfs. Snagglebit - the bossy son of the mayor. Mayor Bossabit - the mayor of Foothill Forrest. TeenyBit - Williebit's little sister. Snowfleet - the Flying Squirrel. Blue - the Hedgehog. ScaryBit - An evil witch. Note: Episode airdates are near impossible to get correct for this show, therefore they are estimated. Big Cartoon Database says that the first air date was May 1st for "The Mystical Monument", although "The Children's Festival" was the first episode. ====================== Company credits Production Companies * Faso Film S.r.l. * France 2 (FR 2) * France 3 (FR 3) * Il Dreamo * Mediaset * NHK * Saban International * Tatsunoko Productions Co. Ltd. Distributors * Nickelodeon Network * Saban International * Saban Productions =========================== The Japanese Cast: * Belfy (Lillabit): Youko Asagami * Lillibit (Willibit): Mayumi Tanaka * Napoleon (Snagglebit): Sachiko Chijimatsu * Chuchuna (Teenybit): Tsuneko Shitomi * Daggurin-sensei (Elderbit): Kaneta Kimitsuki * Narrator: Toshiko Maeda ================= Staff Japanese Version (Mori no Yoki wa Kobito-tachi Berufi to Rirubitto) * Series Director: Masayuki Hayashi * Episode Directors: Hiroshi Iwata, Mizuho Nishikubo * Screenplay/Storyboards: Akiyoshi Sakai, Naoko Miyake, Takao Koyama, Yoshiko Takaki, Yu Yamamoto * Original Music: Takeo Watanabe * Creators: Tatsunoko Production, Shigeru Yanagawa, Tomoyuki Miyata * Character Design: Akiko Shimomoto, Hiromitsu Morita * Chief Animator: Ippei Kuri * Producer for Tatsunoko: Akira Inoue * Production: Tatsunoko Production Co., Ltd. * Broadcaster: Tokyo 12 Channel (January 7-July 7, 1980) English Version (The Littl' Bits) * Script: Michael McConnohie (episode 2) * Music: Haim Saban, Shuki Levy * Assistant Engineer: Darryl Coit, Kevin Newson, Ron Salaises * Assistants to the Producers: Amber Santilli, Jennifer Canaday, Sherry Jeffreys * Associate Producer: Eric S. Rollman * Editing Supervisor: Stacy Gale * Executive in Charge of Music: Ron Kenan * Executive Producer: Jerald E. Bergh * Film Transfers: Claudette Jones * Foley Engineer: R.D. Floyd * Music Coordinator; Lesa Scharnett * Music Editor: Mark Ryan-Martin, Nick Carr, Paul Ray * Music Engineer: Barron Abramovitch, Xavier Garcia * Music Supervistor: Andrew Dimitroff * Post Production Assistant: Julie Pelletier * Post Production Coordinator: France Morency * Post Production Director: Claudine Carpentier * Producer: Winston Richard * Re-Recording Engineer: Alain Roy, Clive Mizumoto, Francois Deschamps * Sound Effects Editor: John McGrath, John Valentino, Scott Page * Studio Supervisor: Barbara Parker * Supervising Producer: Winston Richard * Supervising Writer: Robert V. Barron * Title Art: Ron Salaises * Videotape Coordinator: Jim Cushinery * Videotape Editor: Tony Rastatter * Voice Director: Tim Reid * Voice Recording: Luc Hebert, Pierre L'Abbe ===================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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    The World of Tosh

    The World of Tosh

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    Tosh is a girl-crazy 9-year-old boy who lives in a small town with his rather eccentric family. He'll do *anything* to melt the heart of his latest crush...and this often gets him into terrible, terrible trouble.moreless
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    WACK

    WACK

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    W.A.C.K., aka Wrestling Association of Championship Krushers, is a wacky wrestling show featuring costumed characters like a wedge of cheese (The Big Cheese) and a giant banana (Atomic Banana). This new Nickelodeon mini-series is a professional wrestling program aimed at children that spoofs mainstream wrestling shows.moreless
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