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1984 Total Slimings: 31
Total Waterings: 39
Total Pies: 3
In 1984, thanks to being Nickelodeon's highest rated television series and their extra funding to CJOH, we saw double the episodes produced with 26 instead of the usual 13 seen in the seasons prior. New regulars, Stephanie Chow, Adam Kalbfleisch, Ben Schreiner, and Marjorie Silcoff, were introduced this season. We also saw Angie Coddett, Kevin Kubusheskie, Luke McKeehan, and Klea Scott in their final performances.
Episode Guide
No. Title
Original Air Date
US Air Date
54 Friends
unknown
06/07/1984
55 ESP, Magic, and Astrology
unknown
06/20/1984
56 Hobbies
unknown
06/15/1984
57 History
unknown
07/11/1984
58 Courage
unknown
06/04/1984
59 Body Parts
unknown
07/12/1984
60 Marketing
unknown
07/03/1984
61 Foreign Countries
unknown
06/28/1984
62 Literature
unknown
06/21/1984
63 Moving
unknown
07/20/1984
64 Technology
unknown
07/19/1984
65 Ambition
unknown
06/12/1984
66 Clubs
unknown
06/25/1984
67 Holidays
unknown
01/01/1985
68 Colleges
unknown
01/04/1985
69 Halloween
unknown
10/09/1984
70 Christmas
unknown
12/08/1984
71 Politics
unknown
01/08/1985
72 War
unknown
01/29/1985
73 Science
unknown
01/11/1985
74 Divorce
unknown
01/15/1985
75 Families
unknown
01/18/1985
76 Malls (Hangouts)
unknown
01/22/1985
77 Seasons (Weather)
unknown
01/25/1985
78 Jealousy
unknown
02/01/1985
79 Wealth
unknown
02/05/1985

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Friends
Christine's checks haven't arrived and all her "friends" turn their backs on her until she pays up. Luckily, she pays a dollar apiece and gets their friendship for the show.
ESP, Magic, and Astrology
Strange things start happening around the studio and a poltergeist is feared. Luckily, Lisa figures out how to exorcise it. Parodies of ESP and seances, as well as the Genie of the Electric Lamp, are featured.
Hobbies
Christine goes for the Jane Fonda look as she discusses her favorite hobby (even though she only started the week before).
History
The gang goes back in time as Alasdair researches his descendance from royalty and Christine writes an essay about great women in history. Also, there are "old" jokes abound!
Courage
The gang displays a lot of courage to put on the first episode of the 1984 season. This is Kevin Kubusheskie's finale, and the link set undergoes a facelift.
Body Parts
The search for the perfect body gets the gang in fierce competition.
Marketing
The gang attempts to market water and green slime to the masses in order for the show to continue production. "Kid shows that don't sell toys, don't make it anymore." This episode also has the first "What I want to know is..." in three years!
Foreign Countries
Ross dabbles in foreign currencies and exchanges them with the travel-bound cast. However, "Egypt" everybody!
Literature
The gang looks at the classics while Christine attempts to become a writer for the show. Also, Justin studies the origins of that famous author A. Nonymous.
Moving
Christine's family moves to the Rolling Fairways.
Technology
The famous "touch the red or green square" episode! Interactive television at its finest.
Ambition
The gang discuss their ambitions in life especially Christine, who is attempting to broaden her horizons as an actress.
Clubs
Christine joins a health club but is more infatuated with everything BUT health. She changes outfits three times during the show. This is also the ONLY show in the entire network run with no water or slime.
Holidays
In the premiere episode of the second batch of 1984 episodes (which began airing in January 1985), the gang try to convince Ross that actors need a special holiday too.
Colleges
Alasdair tries to get into college on a video game scholarship.
Halloween
Ghosts and goblins are abound as evils haunt Ross after Christine supposedly casts an evil spell on him.
Christmas
The gang celebrates the holiday as Alasdair buys an overabundance of mistletoe in an attempt to get a kiss.
Politics
Christine nominates Lisa for class president. Don't forget: "Vote for Lisa ... Free Pizza!"
War
Alasdair forms WIMP (War Insane, Make Peace) while Ross claims that war is inevitable.
Science
Alasdair attempts to discover the secret ingredients to green slime.
Divorce
The producer and his wife are getting divorced, and she takes half of everything, including costumes, scripts *and* green slime!
Families
Ross' nephew comes to visit, but he isn't quite cut out for television.
Malls (Hangouts)
As the gang spends the entire show just hanging out and doing nothing, Alasdair makes money as a street musician with Ross as his manager.
Seasons (Weather)
Alasdair invents a weather machine that does practically the opposite of what it's supposed to do.
Jealousy
Christine's raise makes the gang green with envy.
Wealth
The series gets sold to several different countries (until they see it).