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OlympicHero1
March 29th, 2005, 01:02 PM
Hi,

I know on the old forum one of the moderators implied he knew something about "You Can't Do That On Television" possibly being released as part of the "Nickelodeon Rewind" series of DVD's.

Now I'm sure you can't give out any details, but could you please confirm there are one or more DVD sets in development other than the already announced "The Adventures Of Pete and Pete" and "Clarissa Explains It All"?

Thanks.

Ric
March 29th, 2005, 07:24 PM
I don't know (nor will I allude to know) anything more than what the general public knows about the Nickelodeon Rewind series. However, Danger Mouse and Tomorrow People (two former Nickelodeon-licensed programs), have been available overseas for quite some time and are being released in the States by way of a license from A&E later this year.

OlympicHero1
March 29th, 2005, 07:39 PM
I don't know (nor will I allude to know) anything more than what the general public knows about the Nickelodeon Rewind series.

Thanks for replying. It must have been Chris Gough who implied it then.

On the old forum I mentioned something along the lines of how Project 131 would be released on DVD eventually (seeing it's in the archives as an actual episode now) if Nickelodeon ever released YCDTOTV in season sets.

He replied "LALALA" which would lead one to believe he knows something we don't.

There were also a few posts he made in threads prior to that where he hinted that he couldn't say anything about an upcoming DVD release for legal reasons.

Bob Morris
March 29th, 2005, 09:05 PM
The person who made that reference was Josh Yawn, who prior to the old forum being shut down, requested that his moderator powers be removed because he would not be able to moderate the forum due to other commitments.

I don't know if Josh will ever drop by here, but even he may not know much, or if he did, he may not be able to tell you anything.

YCDTOTV11071980
May 11th, 2005, 03:34 PM
wouldnt that sux. to know something that good and not be able to tell it lol... I would have to tell some1 lol get a lawyer to tell me what i could and couldnt write lol i use allgendlly(sp?) and maybe or not confriming words alot lol

YCDTOTV11071980
May 11th, 2005, 03:38 PM
i have a question.... Has Nickelodeon said or any1 working for them said what shows will come out next? like what order maybe? sry if this question has been asked b4.ohh for the rewind collection :D

slime2005
May 12th, 2005, 05:30 AM
Just go to www.tvshowsondvd.com . That's the best site around for news about TV-on-DVD releases. That's where everyone found out about the Rewind Collection in the beginning.

Nick Nostalgic
May 12th, 2005, 07:48 AM
I remember Josh saying that as well. To be honest, I'm not getting my hopes up too hgih about YCDTOTV being part of the Rewind Collection. I really think this collection will be only Nickelodeon-produced shows. It's probably a lot easier and cheaper for them. If YCDTOTV does get released as part of the collection, I'll be very surprised (and not to mention diliriously happy). But I'm really not putting much stock in the possibility.

JBY529
May 13th, 2005, 01:34 AM
Hi, I think you're referring to me. Yes, I do know everything there is to know regarding YCDTOTV on the Rewind Collection. It's been discussed back and forth. Nickelodeon knows that this is a hot entity with a big following. In fact, a friend of mine at Nickelodeon had me bring her some of the SlimeCon/Project 131 stuff when I went out to visit the studios a couple of months ago.

Nickelodeon isn't nearly as blind and ignorant as everyone claims they are, but the fact is, kids programming is different than adult in that every 10 years or so you have a new flock of kids watching the network, and the previous group grows out of the shows. A few hang on to them, like us, but for the most part they have to redevelop programming to compete with the others.

When Nickelodeon reran the old shows for their 25th anniversary, they had to pull the idea QUICKLY because no one was watching the shows -- they didn't remember them, and for the most part, weren't even born yet when they were on!! In the early days of Nickelodeon, there was no Cartoon Network, no Fox Kids, no Disney, nothing. They were setting the bar, and could afford to take chances. But because Nickelodeon is by far no longer a novelty, they can't take the chances they once could. I was shocked they even did the All That reunion (by the way, for anyone who has seen Project 131, didn't the ending of the All That reunion look shockingly familiar?) which was nothing short of brilliant.

But, to bring this back around to the point, while there are quite a few airheads at Nick, for the most part, they recognize their roots when there is possiblity for benefit. But, as more time passes, chances for benefit become slimmer and slimmer. However, they realize that putting these shows on DVD is a great outlet to serving the demand of people our age wanting to see them again. The downside is that they realize because of this, they never have to air them again. They do keep up with what's on the internet and do research into which shows have the biggest following today. It matters very little how popular they were THEN, but how popular they are NOW. I know that Salute Your Shorts, YCDTOTV, old episodes of All That, and Hey Dude are ones they are looking at now. But unless the sales of Clarissa and Pete and Pete are good, they'll be reluctant to try others, so make sure you show your support. I got advance copies of both and can tell you they're WELL worth the money. Remember, they come out on Tuesday.

While I can't publicly post the details of YCDTOTV on the Rewind Collection, that's about the jist of it. Hope this clarifies some things for everyone.

Josh

Nick Nostalgic
May 13th, 2005, 11:21 AM
Wow, it sure is great to know that Nick is at least looking into it. That srue does raise my hopes more. Thanks, Josh :)

I can't wait to get the Clarissa DVD. I'm especially excited to check out the Nick Time Capsule extra.

JBY529
May 13th, 2005, 04:48 PM
The time capsule extra is not the Nickelodeon time capsule burial special...it's just old on air promos. Don't get your hopes up too high.

Nick Nostalgic
May 13th, 2005, 08:22 PM
The time capsule extra is not the Nickelodeon time capsule burial special...it's just old on air promos. Don't get your hopes up too high.

That's exactly what I was hoping for :)

Chase
May 13th, 2005, 10:07 PM
Ah, for the grand ole days when Nick's promos consisted of plain white letters superimposed over video clips, and a random Nick logo thrown on top of that.

By the way... when is Nick Studios' time capsule supposed to be opened?

David Dillehunt
May 13th, 2005, 11:15 PM
Found this pic on a Universal Studios Florida fansite. 8)

http://www.dndfilms.com/timecapsule.jpg

JBY529
May 13th, 2005, 11:51 PM
I could spoil everyone's dreams and aspirations with what's REALLY under that plate, but I won't. I could make it even worse by telling you what's there now, but I won't.

OlympicHero1
May 14th, 2005, 12:46 AM
I could spoil everyone's dreams and aspirations with what's REALLY under that plate, but I won't. I could make it even worse by telling you what's there now, but I won't.

I saw the original special, and if I remember correctly there was a bunch of stuff kids put in, and then the host said they were putting in a copy of the Time Capsule special to air on Nick when the time capsule was opened 50 years later.

I'd guess either you know the stuff inside has been damaged in some way, or the actual capsule was never really put underground and there's just dirt under the plate.

Am I close?

Nickelodeon Studios is closed now, anyways.

JBY529
May 14th, 2005, 01:43 AM
Nickelodeon Studios has been closed for years. They fired everyone about 4 years ago except for just a few people and since around 2001, have been renting studio space and office space to outside companies. Any of the scarce programming that has come out of that facility has been made with the Universal Orlando production group, not the former Nickelodeon group. The only new thing that closed April 30 was Game Lab/Nick Live, and that didn't even close, it moved to the Nick Hotel for the grand opening of May 1st (where it's now performed every day), as did everything inside of Nick Studios. When I was there in January, they were already moving stuff. Some local show was taping in studio 18, and studio 19 was completely empty. I have some photos I took somewhere...I'll try to get around to posting those. Further, some production company called Pink Sneaker or something uses their offices and production equipment now. So, if you want to see anything from Nick Studios, just go to the Nick Hotel.

Oh, and you're close enough.

slime2005
May 14th, 2005, 10:17 AM
E! should do a special, "The Depressing Secrets of Nickelodeon" in True Hollywood Story style. How fitting would that be?

JBY529
May 15th, 2005, 03:26 AM
Maybe David and I should make it... :)

David Dillehunt
May 15th, 2005, 02:44 PM
http://www.dndfilms.com/grin.gif

Chase
May 15th, 2005, 09:54 PM
That made me angry to read, to be quite honest. When I first saw the signs... All That moving to L.A., all the live broadcasts originating from NYC or L.A... but I thought "no, no, even though Nick has done some grave injustices in the past, they would never, ever do that..."

But they did.

I'm rather speechless at the moment.

Well.. Nick will redeem themselves with me if they expand the Rewind Collection. I'm buying Clarissa when it comes out on Tuesday; possibly Pete & Pete as well.

Chase
May 15th, 2005, 10:38 PM
Well, I'm even madder now because I just read the Viacom press release for the All That anniversary special, where they call All That "the first and only sketch comedy series for kids."

*head explodes*

Oh, and... my guess for what's really under the time capsule spot? Another of Al Capone's vaults.

Click here (http://www.ioacentral.com/news/features/may_11_2005_universal_orlando_resort_update/may_11_2005_universal_orlando_resort_update_page_f our.htm) to see pix of the abandoned Nick Studios -.-

*Sigh* just copy/paste the URL; the code is still not working all the way ;p

Ric
May 15th, 2005, 11:16 PM
Chase, I fixed your link.

wrmSLIME
May 15th, 2005, 11:17 PM
I have said for some time there is a Viacom plot to deny the existance of YCDTOTV.

How ignorant are they in that press release?

I know this, if the Powerball comes through on Wed. Josh, Dave and company will be making more shows at CJOH studios in Ottawa.

"All your studio are belong to us"

Mr. Mistoffeles
May 15th, 2005, 11:57 PM
Am I the only one not terribly surprised by Nickelodeon's actions? The "first network for kids" is part of a major conglomerate, and such companies are often prone to consider their bottom line over tradition and making friends. Then again, maybe I'm just jaded after seeing Disney do the exact same thing for years prior.

That doesn't mean it wouldn't be interesting to hear more of what Nickelodeon has swept under the rug... However, outside of YCDTOTV's possible future, I'd like to think I've washed my hands of worrying about where the network is headed.

Nick Nostalgic
May 16th, 2005, 06:15 AM
Oh, and... my guess for what's really under the time capsule spot? Another of Al Capone's vaults

Oh geez, let's hope not.

JBY529
May 16th, 2005, 05:50 PM
If you think that's sad, I should post some photos of what's INSIDE there. Give me until tonight and I will, actually. I'm glad to see they repaired the slime geyser in those pics, though. It was still damaged from the hurricane when I was there.

MooseFan
May 16th, 2005, 06:31 PM
What kind of promotion is Nick doing of these DVDs, if their doing any at all? If their just advertising them on Nick, they are probably bound to fail, foir the same reason old Nick shows would - the audience for these videos isn't Nicks audience now. They need to be advertised where those of us who watched these shows then are going to see.

JBY529
May 16th, 2005, 07:16 PM
They're advertising all over the place...there are TV spots running, as well as all kinds of online advertising on sites like MySpace, eBaumsworld and TVShowsonDVD. Ironically, eBaumsworld was a SlimeCon sponsor.

OlympicHero1
May 17th, 2005, 12:27 AM
Some local show was taping in studio 18, and studio 19 was completely empty. I have some photos I took somewhere...I'll try to get around to posting those.


If you think that's sad, I should post some photos of what's INSIDE there. Give me until tonight and I will, actually.

Looking forward to the pictures - thanks man.

JBY529
May 17th, 2005, 12:40 AM
Here are the pics:

Studio 19 (Family Double Dare, among many others)
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2404.jpg
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2405.jpg

Studio 18 (Double Dare 2000, All That, Legends)
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2383.jpg
Splat was set up, but had already been canceled
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2394.jpg
The other side of the studio with a local show set up.

http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2398.jpg
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2400.jpg
This wall of plaques is in the main office hallway on the first floor that basically only employees get to see.

http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2489.jpg
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2490.jpg
Gak Kitchen, stiill there...

http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2493.jpg
http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2494.jpg
A look into the wardrobe dept...Nick Arcade helmet and Joe's Blues Clues shirts (from when he did some summer stuff in Orlando...Clues is taped in NY)

http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2403.jpg
The old contestant green room.

http://doubledare.tv/nickpics/a%20Img_2441.jpg
Some Double Dare/Double Dare 2000 props

OlympicHero1
May 17th, 2005, 12:59 AM
Thanks!

Question - was the old Studio Tour hallway above Studios 18 and 19 still accessible, and did you go up there?

I remember when I was there in 1999, the orange SNICK couch was displayed at one end of the hallway, and at the other end there was a Nick At Nite display.

Also, can you shed any light regarding what happened to the time capsule?

JBY529
May 17th, 2005, 01:46 AM
All that stuff was still up there when I was there, although there was no tour. The monitors were stripped out of the "fishbowls" where you looked down on the stages, and the orange couch was gone (hasn't been there in years). Oh, and none of the actual props are there either such as Marc's podium (which is now in safe keeping there at the studios).

As far as I know with the time capsule, there's nothing under there.

OlympicHero1
May 17th, 2005, 02:23 AM
Here's some pictures from 1996:

"Clarissa Explains It All" set, as seen from tour:
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/ceiaset.jpg

"Big Orange Couch" from SNICK - Tour Hallway:
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/couch.jpg

"Clarissa Explains It All" and "Total Panic" signs:
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/panic.jpg

Now Taping: Clarissa Explains It All:
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/sign.jpg

Stage 18 doors:
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/stage18.jpg

Nicktoons cutouts (outside):
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/nicktoon.jpg

Universal globe with Nick Studios in the background (outside):
http://ftp.tcp.com/pub/melissa/images/photos/nstudios/nickuniv.jpg

maxdrive
May 17th, 2005, 02:46 AM
Nickelodeon Studios has been closed for years. They fired everyone about 4 years ago except for just a few people and since around 2001, have been renting studio space and office space to outside companies. Any of the scarce programming that has come out of that facility has been made with the Universal Orlando production group, not the former Nickelodeon group. The only new thing that closed April 30 was Game Lab/Nick Live, and that didn't even close, it moved to the Nick Hotel for the grand opening of May 1st (where it's now performed every day), as did everything inside of Nick Studios. When I was there in January, they were already moving stuff. Some local show was taping in studio 18, and studio 19 was completely empty. I have some photos I took somewhere...I'll try to get around to posting those. Further, some production company called Pink Sneaker or something uses their offices and production equipment now. So, if you want to see anything from Nick Studios, just go to the Nick Hotel.

Oh, and you're close enough.

I know they were doing the u pick live stuff in new york was all that bieng done at the old nick studios or was that done somewhere else in new york.

JBY529
May 17th, 2005, 11:26 AM
All That tapes at Nick Studios in Los Angeles. It's a converted movie theater on Sunset Blvd. Amanda Show, Drake and Josh, TeeNick, and everything else that requires a studio taped/tapes there now. The main reason is because of the expenses of flying talent from LA to Orlando. Orlando is no longer the production hot spot it used to be (although things are picking back up this year for them). U-Pick Live tapes in the NY Viacom building, not even in a studio, just in a converted office section about the size of a living room.

Oh, and in case you were interested, there were actually three big orange couches. One was on eBay about 4 years ago and only went for about $380.

slime2005
May 31st, 2005, 04:20 PM
I got my Pete and Pete DVD set today. I noticed that one side of the little flyer has the 1993 Nick schedule. YCDTOTV (and other shows) are purposely left out. Why?

Nick Nostalgic
May 31st, 2005, 06:59 PM
I got my Pete and Pete DVD set today. I noticed that one side of the little flyer has the 1993 Nick schedule. YCDTOTV (and other shows) are purposely left out. Why?

They probably left out the shows that aren't property of Nickelodeon for legal reasons.

nona5000
May 31st, 2005, 07:03 PM
I noticed that too. There are blanks here and there. That ticked me off too when I saw it.

slime2005
May 31st, 2005, 08:40 PM
If this schedule is even accurate......... this might have been the schedule during the late part of 1993, the last months. Because by 1992 to August-ish '93, YCDTOTV was on Saturdays from 11-noon, two back to back episodes. In this schedule on the flyer it says Guts and Salute Your Shorts from 11-noon. However, YCDTOTV was still on at 4pm Saturdays and Sundays like it's been for several years until the last rerun. Those 4pm timeslots are left blank.

slime2005
June 1st, 2005, 02:22 PM
The schedule isn't accurate. I noticed it says Salute Your Shorts for 8:30pm after Clarissa. It should be Roundhouse; SYS was never on Snick.

Nice try with the schedule, Nick, but thanks for the DVDs!

YCDTOTV11071980
June 2nd, 2005, 08:52 AM
Love the pictures ! thanks! Wish i could buy some of those props lol even a sign would be cool lol

MooseFan
June 3rd, 2005, 11:38 AM
Does anyone know how the sales have been for the Rewind Collection? I know Pete & Pete has been logging good sales ranks on Amazon - but I'm curious what the total sales have been?

Also, does anyone have any idea when Nick will announce the next entries in the Rewind collection?

David Dillehunt
June 4th, 2005, 06:57 PM
After a few days of searching on the Internet, I have put together an accurate 1993 Nickelodeon schedule. The one Nick included with their "Pete & Pete" DVD is from the fall season, and obviously includes several aforementioned mistakes (like "Salute Your Shorts" in SNICK). Below is their actual programming schedule, circa July of 1993.

Notice programs like "Pete & Pete," "Rocko's Modern Life" and "Legends of the Hidden Temple" are not present, as they hadn't premiered yet. However, all shows missing on Nick's DVD insert are listed, including YCDTOTV. 8)

http://www.dndfilms.com/images/nick1993schedule.gif

maxdrive
June 5th, 2005, 08:38 PM
It is amazeing at the veriaty of shows Nick used air not like today where they show nothing but nicktoons almost

slime2005
June 5th, 2005, 09:18 PM
Oh man, those were really the good days when, all week, I looked forward to YCDTOTV coming on for an hour on Saturday morning (like how people used to watch cartoons on Sat morning) and then two more episodes later in the weekend. I LOVED that.

What a schedule Nick had back then. Come on, Nick! Bring on those DVDs, PLEASE!

80's kid
June 6th, 2005, 01:22 AM
Oh man, those were really the good days when, all week, I looked forward to YCDTOTV coming on for an hour on Saturday morning (like how people used to watch cartoons on Sat morning) and then two more episodes later in the weekend. I LOVED that.

What a schedule Nick had back then. Come on, Nick! Bring on those DVDs, PLEASE!It seems like it was on after school daily in the 80's, possibly 4 PM. Anyone remember?

maxdrive
June 6th, 2005, 03:16 AM
Is there a reason Nick doesnt have the variety of shows it used to. seems the live action to cartoon used to be even but not its not. and what did nick do to lose every single thign they used to show did someone screw up or did they think al they needed were there nicktoons

nona5000
June 6th, 2005, 08:26 AM
It seems like it was on after school daily in the 80's, possibly 4 PM. Anyone remember?

It was on Monday through Friday at 4:00 PM and again at 7:00 PM. The same episode would be shown both times.

MooseFan
June 6th, 2005, 10:11 AM
As JBY529 pointed out near the start of this thread, children's programming is different than adult - the audience turns over completly every ten years or so. This has implications for reruns of any of Nick's old shows - those who watched the shows then are no longer part of Nick's target audience; those viewers Nick is after now never saw the shows in the first place. Hence, bringing back the occasional episode of an old Nick show makes no sense from their viewpoint.

Hypothetically, they could have kept some of their shows in continoual reruns, attracting new fans as the original fans outgrew the network. But this would require that the show keep sufficient viewership to make this worthwhile . It wouldn't have to draw the same as a newer show, because of the lower cost associated with airing reruns, as opposed to show production, but it would have to draw. Additionally, this would require enough episodes to avoid frequent repitition of shows - shows which ran for 3 or 4 years, like many Nick shows, wouldn't work.

Potentially an old show could be reintroduced, in hopes of drawing a new audience - of all Nick shows, YCDTOTV might be the best candidate for this, because of the number of shows made. But like most new shows, it would have to air long enough to attract this audience. - a risk Nick isn't about to take.

It's not a matter of Nick having "lost" all there old shows. With the exception of much of the 80s stuff, which they didn't own anyway, they could rerun any of their shows. It just wouldn't pay to.

80's kid
June 6th, 2005, 06:54 PM
It seems like it was on after school daily in the 80's, possibly 4 PM. Anyone remember?

It was on Monday through Friday at 4:00 PM and again at 7:00 PM. The same episode would be shown both times.Those were great times!

wrmSLIME
June 6th, 2005, 08:23 PM
YCDTOTV would probably not fit on todays "Nick" however, a TV Land dedicated to us "generation x'ers" would probably allow the show to thrive.

shows would include:

YCDTOTV
Tomorrow People
Dr. Who
Knight Rider
A-Team
Dukes of Hazzard
Incredible Hulk
Automan
Max Headroom
Black Beauty
He-Man
She-Ra
Transformers
MacGuyver
Facts of Life/Diff'rent Strokes
Mr. Wizards World
90210 - The highschool years
Beavis and Butthead

David Dillehunt
June 6th, 2005, 09:37 PM
One of the largest obvious problems with re-running YCDTOTV on Nick today would be the content of the show itself. References to the 1980's and the controversial notions of shooting a kid, keeping them chained up in a dungeon, constant vomiting at "Barth's" and all other aspects of the show that made it so popular, would be hard to get past modern children's television censors. While this makes it difficult to air re-runs of YCDTOTV, it makes the possibility for an all-new version that much better.

I'm still working on it...

wrmSLIME
June 6th, 2005, 11:24 PM
One of the largest obvious problems with re-running YCDTOTV on Nick today would be the content of the show itself. References to the 1980's and the controversial notions of shooting a kid, keeping them chained up in a dungeon, constant vomiting at "Barth's" and all other aspects of the show that made it so popular, would be hard to get past modern children's television censors. While this makes it difficult to air re-runs of YCDTOTV, it makes the possibility for an all-new version that much better.

I'm still working on it...

Makes one want a Spike Jr. Tv Channel for adults who used to be kids :twisted:

MooseFan
June 7th, 2005, 12:10 PM
One of the largest obvious problems with re-running YCDTOTV on Nick today would be the content of the show itself. References to the 1980's and the controversial notions of shooting a kid, keeping them chained up in a dungeon, constant vomiting at "Barth's" and all other aspects of the show that made it so popular, would be hard to get past modern children's television censors. While this makes it difficult to air re-runs of YCDTOTV, it makes the possibility for an all-new version that much better.

Of course, without El Capitano, "Barth's", the dungeon, and othe rpotentially "controversial" aspects of the show, would a remake really be as good as the original?

Of course, one of the things that strikes me about the show now is how they could push some things (like shooting kids" yet never really get crude. Take the early "Personal Hygene" episode - Moose hosts the show from her bathtub, but there really isn't anything crude or offensive going on in there. Of course, in todays hypersensitive culture, the idea of doing a kids show from the bathroom is off limits - yet this show shows that it can be done wothout going crude (at least any more than the jokes kids have always, and will always make.)

David Dillehunt
June 8th, 2005, 01:50 PM
Without Les Lye, a new version will always be without that certain quality. However, an updated version would explore territories the original didn't touch, including 'cell phones,' 'cliques' and the 'Internet.' YCDTOTV could easily attract a whole new crop of young viewers without losing its personality.

Having studied Nickelodeon's programming for several years, I have a good working knowledge of what is and isn't allowed on their network in terms of censorship. As you mentioned, topics like "personal hygeine" could be covered today without changing hardly any aspects of the original. I've noticed big similarities in the crude humor of YCDTOTV and shows like "All That" and "Drake & Josh." A new version could obviously continue to push boundaries without going too far.

Nickelodeon KNOWS this show put them on the map. It will be revived. 8)

avaitor
August 2nd, 2005, 07:42 PM
hey,season 2 of both pete and pete and clarissa explains it all are coming out soon.

ECupps
August 5th, 2005, 03:01 PM
With the closing of Nick Studios, I am sure that there are just sewer lines and garbage underneath that Time Capsule Plate....I also heard that they have removed that Gak Geyser from the property, very very sad! Does anyone know if they plan on reopening that Time Capsule in 2042? I would have to Boycott Nick if they didn't do that, I have looked forward to see what was earthed inside the capsule, however with the closing of Nick Studios, it doesn't give much hope

avaitor
August 5th, 2005, 05:39 PM
really,what's in their?...

avaitor
August 18th, 2005, 06:53 AM
i just want it known for the record,but i was planning on getting clarissa later when it was my birthday,but instead i'm getting beavis and butthead on dvd first,because i love that show.i am cornholio,and i need teepee for my bunhole!

ECupps
August 19th, 2005, 10:57 AM
Is the Time Capsule a fake? Or did they just throw it away or put it in storage...i would seriously like to know!! I remember watching them bury it and place items inside....

johnnyd1788
August 23rd, 2005, 08:54 PM
Speaking of the Rewind Collection, Nick is using the same name in a "clothing line" that consists so far of a Double Dare shirt, a Hey Dude shirt, and a Camp Anawana shirt A.K.A. Salute Your Shorts. Pretty cool! They sell them at Hot Topic or you can at hottopic.com. I recently got mine and they are fabulous! They obviously bring up more conversation than, say, a Spongebob shirt.

How 'bout that?

avaitor
August 24th, 2005, 07:03 AM
they should do one with the ycdotv logo.

avaitor
August 24th, 2005, 07:15 AM
looked up the hot topic website,found nothing about it.i will go to mine later snd buy a camp anawana tee.

David Dillehunt
August 24th, 2005, 01:06 PM
"Hey Dude"
http://www.hottopic.com/store/product.asp?LS=0&ITEM=234346

"Double Dare"
http://www.hottopic.com/store/product.asp?LS=0&ITEM=268889

"Double Dare" (lavender)
http://www.hottopic.com/store/product.asp?LS=0&ITEM=262947

"Salute Your Shorts" (sold out -- 2XL available)
http://www.hottopic.com/store/product.asp?LS=0&ITEM=244135

"Salute Your Shorts" (yellow)
http://www.hottopic.com/store/product.asp?LS=0&ITEM=265444

avaitor
August 24th, 2005, 07:41 PM
that it?

David Dillehunt
August 25th, 2005, 12:14 AM
You couldn't find them...there they are.

avaitor
August 25th, 2005, 05:02 PM
sinch this is kind of a clarissa topic,and sinch i don't feel like making a topic about this,but when i was wacthing g4phoria,i saw melissa joan heart on the glow carpet[that's what they named it in '02],and she looked pregent.clarissa,better start explaining! 8)

avaitor
August 27th, 2005, 08:18 PM
this is kind of an old-school nick show,but the wubbulous world of dr.seuss has been out for a while! :)

avaitor
September 20th, 2005, 07:12 AM
josh,is it true?is it true that season 2 of clarissa dosen't have a realse day yet?

TheLockerMonster
September 20th, 2005, 10:09 PM
Yes, it is true that Season 2 of Clarissa does not have a release date yet. To my knowledge, the only Nick Rewind series with another volume coming soon is The Adventures of Pete and Pete on 11/1.

Rob