The Nightmare Room

Season 1 Episode 1

Don't Forget Me

1
Aired Saturday 11:00 AM Aug 01, 2001 on The WB
7.6
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Don't Forget Me
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Danielle and her family have just moved into a new house. But when her mischievous younger brother, Peter, sneaks into the basement, weird things begin to happen, everyone is beginning to forget that Peter exists. However, Danielle soon learns that her family has moved into a house of many horrors, when people start forgetting her too. It is a house where the forgotten children are sentenced to wander and haunt the house, for eternity.moreless

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  • Freaky!

    10
    This was a cool episode.its pretty decent.this ep brings me back to when it came out on saturday morning on kids wb.i really liked the cool memory.

    r.l.stine is the best writer.When the lights fade and the moon rises anything can happen.best quote ever.just shows how awesome old times were back then.

    the plot of this was just so cool.a house of forgotten people,it was alright.i really found it filled with action as a little kid.as a little kid id love waking up in mornings on saturday just watching this.*sigh*good old days.my memories are always going to stay in my heart for ever.moreless
  • Freaky and orignal!

    10
    The Nightmare Room is an orignal classic show that is based on R.L Stine\'s book series. I can\'t believe the show has ended, but I will always know that the show was good! In this episode a family moves into a cursed home and soon discover that once you enter the house you will forget the existence of the person! Amanda Bynes stars in the episode! Its good, and shocking! You will like the Nightmare Room.moreless
Amanda Bynes

Amanda Bynes

Danielle Warner

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Romy Walthall

Romy Walthall

Mrs. Warner

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Jim Meskimen

Jim Meskimen

Mr. Warner

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