Nick has just announced that they are bringing a few shows back as "REBOOTS". The first show that will start is a 1990`s popular nick show, FIGURE IT OUT.
Figure It Out is coming back to Nickelodeon!
40 new episodes of the game show, where panelists guess a guest’s hidden talent, have been ordered – and production will begin in April, according to Deadline.
“Figure It Out is a show that celebrates kids and their wonderful and often bizarre talents,” Marjorie Cohn, Nickelodeon’s president of development and original programming, said. “In this internet age where kids are expressing themselves online, it feels timely to give them a TV platform to showcase those talents in a uniquely Nickelodeon way.”
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QUOTE (Toke @ Wednesday, Mar 7 2012, 14:23)
Screw that show. Bring me back You Can't do That on Television, Hey Dude, or Salute Your Shorts.
Hey Dude, was terrible. Such a f*cking boring show. I hated it when it was still on the air, and I hated it in it's recent 90s are All That run.
The three best shows on Nickelodeon in the 90s were The Adventures of Pete and Pete, Are You Afraid of the Dark, and Salute Your Shorts. In that order. And Nick still hasn't released the latter two shows, and the third season of Pete and Pete on DVD.
QUOTE (DneroJohnson @ Saturday, Mar 10 2012, 04:09)
QUOTE (GTA-King @ Thursday, Mar 8 2012, 05:33)
I hope they bring back Rocket Power. That was my favorite cartoon growing up!
Oh god yes!
Rocko's Modern Life anyone?
Oh, that brings me back to the days when your neighbour used his washing machine as a cannon. With the shows they pump out today, I'm ashamed these classics are on the same channel. The thing is people in their 20s-30s would've grown out of those shows and re-watching them would ruin childhood memories.
bahahahaha! That was pretty funny, and disgusting at the same time. It looked how I always envisioned it would!
About Rocko's Modern Life, for some reason that show gave me the creeps growing up. I mean, I liked it. But certain things just scared me... lol. I watched it on NetFlix recently, and wondered why it ever used to affect me like that. It really had the same style as today's cartoon, Flapjack, so I'm betting the creators took alot of inspiration from Rocko's Modern Life,
Actually, I take that back. Courage the Cowardly Dog was absolutely the most scariest cartoon for me growing up, even though it was on Cartoon Network.
This post has been edited by GTA-King on Sunday, Mar 11 2012, 16:49