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Old 09-27-2004, 05:06 AM   #1
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Anyone remember the show Pete & Pete?

A co-worker and I were talking about this Nickelodeon show a few days ago. Anyone remember this quirky show about two brothers named Pete?
The show always had super cool guest stars like Iggy Pop, Steve Buschemi, Julianna Hatfield. and of course Michael Stipe as Captn. Scrummy.
P.S. I just recently bought the soundtrack to the show by Polaris (aka Miracle Legion) and it's great, makes me happy.
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I remember it.. I haven't seen it since I was a pretty little, though. The only episode I remember well is the one where Pete is sick and has the cereal up his nose. I wish Nickelodeon would replay some of their old shows from the early 90's.
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I would LOVE if there were a DVD of the shows. There were so many great and weird characters like the underware inspector, Mr. Tastee and Pit Stain. --- That's quality entertainment right there.
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I remember Pete and Pete! Although, I don't remember celebrity cameos, because I was too young to know who the hell they were. What a shame. My favorite show from that era was Hey, Dude.

I think Nick plays those old shows really late at night. Someone told me that they found Nick Arcade on at like 3:00 am last weekend. That takes me back. And I've heard that the show were you race through the temple and the teams are named after animals is on the Game Show Network. What the hell was that show called?
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I remember that show!! I liked it alot.

The elder Pete has popped up in recent years which always weirds me out.

Hey Dude, Pete and Pete, Ren and Stimpy, Are You Afraid of the Dark...good times.
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I miss Pete and Pete.
The mom with the plate in her head, Petunia the tattoo(was that the right name?).
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I remember Pete and Pete! Although, I don't remember celebrity cameos, because I was too young to know who the hell they were. What a shame. My favorite show from that era was Hey, Dude.

I think Nick plays those old shows really late at night. Someone told me that they found Nick Arcade on at like 3:00 am last weekend. That takes me back. And I've heard that the show were you race through the temple and the teams are named after animals is on the Game Show Network. What the hell was that show called?

That show was called "Legends of the Hidden Temple" or something like that.
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That show was called "Legends of the Hidden Temple" or something like that.
Oh, I wanted to be on that show so bad. I always thought the kids who actually played it were retarded.
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wow. our generation had the best shows on nickelodeon in the early 90s. my favorite was clarissa explains it all. there was also salute your shorts and what would you do and guts and omg so many good shows! now if i ever have it on nick (which is rarely) the shows are very strange and just not as good as the old stuff. its weird because i was thinking about pete and pete yesterday......"slackers" was on comedy central and the older pete is in that movie. good stuff!
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I remember watching Clarissa Explains It All as well. That girl, what's her name Mellissa someone someone, must have been 30 by the time her last show ended. She managed to play a high school girl for, what, 10 years?
I wish I had those youth genes...
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All those shows were great.

Does anybody know the name of that one show on Nickelodean that was about the summer camp? It was in the early 90's. Or maybe I'm just making up stuff again
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All those shows were great.

Does anybody know the name of that one show on Nickelodean that was about the summer camp? It was in the early 90's. Or maybe I'm just making up stuff again
Yeah that was 'salute your shorts' as i mentioned earlier. camp anawana or something like that. hilarious show!
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Early 90's Nickelodeon shows

Doesn't Noggin/The N/whateverit'sgoingbythismonth show reruns of The Adventures of Pete and Pete? I used to watch the reruns everyday when I had satellite TV 2 years ago.
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i watched that stuff for the brief period in the mid-90s when i had cable. good times.
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I LOVED Pete & Pete. Really innovative.

My GOD the Legend of the Hidden Temple show. I used to come home from softball practice and eat dinner in front of the TV to that shit every damn week. That game show was sort of ridiculous, I thought. Kind of like Double Dare. They would just do the weirdest activities. Human s'mores, what?

Salute Your Shorts was good! Hey, Dude was filmed like a block from my house when I lived in Tucson, AZ a few years ago. That BLEW my mind.

I liked the Angry Beavers, too. I think that was late 90s, though.
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