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Old 09-27-2004, 09:19 PM   #16
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I remember Pete and Pete, but not very well. I think I loved it, though.

I use to watch something called Hey Dude on Nickelodeon. Or maybe it was the Disney Channel. It drove my brother crazy, though. Anyone else remember that one?
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I liked the Angry Beavers, too. I think that was late 90s, though.

hahah, yes.
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Gee whiz - even a discussion about Nickelodeon makes me feel ancient these days!!

My fav's on Nick were You Can't Do That on Television - God how my brother & I used to love that show! - and the short-lived Turkey TV (which was snippets of various comedians, funny little animated skits, etc.). As a matter of fact, if my geezer's brain still serves me well, I believe the "slime" which has become such a part of Nickelodeon started on YCDTOT....anytime someone said "I don't know", they got slimed.

Ahh....good times.
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I loved "You Can't Do that on Television". I wish they would start reairing it.
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Hey, Dude was filmed like a block from my house when I lived in Tucson, AZ a few years ago. That BLEW my mind.


My neighbor used to work at bank that was a few blocks away from the area where the show was filmed. (I think it was by Bear Mountain?) A few of the actors were frequent customers. In fact, I used to have an autographed dollar signed by the kid that played Buddy. I spent the dollar a week later on candy.
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Yeah I remember all those shows....

Does any one remember Today's Special? I used to love that show (of course that was back in the 80s lol)
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Does anyone remember the name of the show--it wasn't YCDTOT--but it was like a younger version of SNL, only it was done in a warehouse, and all the props they used were pieces of trash?

The one guy always played "the dad" and he had a motorized armchair that had a t.v., barbecue and stuff attached, and he drove around in it.

It was on before Ren and Stimpy and Are You Afraid Of the Dark, it was their big Friday night line-up.
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Does anyone remember the name of the show--it wasn't YCDTOT--but it was like a younger version of SNL, only it was done in a warehouse, and all the props they used were pieces of trash?

The one guy always played "the dad" and he had a motorized armchair that had a t.v., barbecue and stuff attached, and he drove around in it.

It was on before Ren and Stimpy and Are You Afraid Of the Dark, it was their big Friday night line-up.
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Does anyone remember the name of the show--it wasn't YCDTOT--but it was like a younger version of SNL, only it was done in a warehouse, and all the props they used were pieces of trash?

The one guy always played "the dad" and he had a motorized armchair that had a t.v., barbecue and stuff attached, and he drove around in it.

It was on before Ren and Stimpy and Are You Afraid Of the Dark, it was their big Friday night line-up.
Ooh.. that was Roundhouse!





http://www.art-5.com/television/prog...dy/roundhouse/
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Oh man I loved Hey Dude!!! I have every episode on VHS in some box in the garage
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they were on CBS. i remember this cos CBS only worked during the summer. stupid antenna.
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I ate all the early 90's Nick Shows up with a spoon. Are You Afraid Of The Dark? was a favorite and much better than that Goosebumps crap. Pete and Pete was great and so was Rocko's Modern Life.
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All That?
Yep I remember that, Keenan and Kel were on it until they got their own show (which was cool).
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Roundhouse! That was it, thanks Queen Bee!

Rocko's Modern Life, that was awesome. Bizarre too. I seem to remember it coming back, but in a really "clean" version...
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