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Review by GhastlyGrinner posted over a year ago
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That's right, folks! Our beloved and most missed shows of the '90s are finally coming back to our television screens after years of endless pleading! I never thought I'd ever see the day...until today, actually.

In a recently added Facebook page titled, link, Nickelodeon is finally hearing the cries of loyal '90s show fans and has agreed to air these classic shows once again on a new late night segment starting THIS MONTH July 2011. The segment will, ironically enough, be called The '90s Are All That and will air exclusively on the TeenNick channel. The hours are said to be 12-4am every day, and 4-6pm on weekends.

Such shows like Hey! Arnold, Clarissa Explains It All, Doug, Salute Your Shorts, Kenan & Kel, All That, Are You Afraid of the Dark, Rugrats, Ahhhhhhhh! Real Monsters, Pete & Pete, Rocco's Modern Life and many more will be aired! Are you excited as I am??? I can hardly CONTAIN myself!
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Article by 523906 posted over a year ago
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Old school Nickelodeon may be gone but even though new Nickelodeon isn't as good Nickelodeon had good reasons for changing the bumpers,shows,and the logo.I was upset when Nickelodeon changed alot of these about their channel,but I belive that if we keep suporting Nickelodeon's choices then maybe they might improve their shows along with everything else that they've changed.As a huge Nickelodeon fan it makes me upset to see people being angry at Nickelodeon.Just remember what ever Nickelodeon does in te future is for the best.


Also remember NICK IS KIDS
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Opinion by phantomphan24 posted over a year ago
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Okay everybody,we all have to think here.. WHAT HAS HAPPEND TO NICKELODEON?!?!?!?!


Remember the time when Nick was great?
When we had old cartoons,The Amanda Show,Legands of the Hidden Temple,Hey Arnold,Are you Afraid of the Dark?

Remember all of the 90's shows on Nick?
They were great right?

Well this is not the 90's folks..
I persenoly think that the only thing from the 90's that Nickelodeon even cares about right now is SpongeBob,becouse after Poof was born,i had a feeling that Farliey Odd Parents was going down.
iCarly isn't as funny anymore Penqueins of Madagasgar is a terrible show,just, i think it is just....boring.

And why does everything have to be based off of movies now?

Like the new one coming out:Monsters Vs Aleins:the serise

KungFu Panda:Legands of Ausomness

Back at the BarnYard

Peingueins of Madagasgar!

And they are all CGI now!!!
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Opinion by cressida posted over a year ago
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We all love Old School Nickelodeon ... otherwise y'all wouldn't be a part of this spot. But what and when does OSN exactly refer to? Does it refer to the '80s? '90s? '00s? There seems to be a lot of debate over which shows can be considered OSN (which is great -- please debate more) but here is a list of Nickelodeon shows from the 1980s-1990s, the prime OSN years, as based upon their airings in the US. Hyperlinked shows are the programs most agreed upon as being part of the OSN subset. But what do you think? Which show(s) would you include/not include under the "Old School Nickelodeon" category?


The Adventures of the Little Koala (1984-1988)
link (1994-1997)
Allegra's Window
link (1994-2005)
link (1992-1996, 1999-2000)
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Opinion by megloveskyle posted over a year ago
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For those of you who don't know Marc Summers was the host of Nickelodeon's Double Dare and What Would You Do?, in the mid 80s. He is often referred to as one of the greatest tv personalities amoung children of the 80's. This spot has sparked my curosity on what ever happend to him. Apparently, Summers suffers from obsessive compulsive disorder. He figured out he was OCD after an interview in 1996. Summers returned to Nickelodeon in 2000 as a consultant on Double Dare 2000. The show only lasted two years. So, where is he now? As of 2005, he was hosting the Food Network's Unwrapped. He currently resides in California with two daughters and a wife.
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