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    Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Hope this is true. I used to watch Doug, Rugrats, Hey Arnold, etc. with my kids all the time.

    http://www.6theory.com/forum/index.p...-90s-cartoons/

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Stuff from the 90s is old enough to be considered "classic"?

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    I would love to see Rocko's Modern Life.
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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Angry. Beavers.

    hell yes. and I'm 42.
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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    I don't know how well this will go. Didn't they try this with Rugrats a while back? Nickelodeon used to be known for its new programming, but somewhere along the line got bogged down with Spongebob, Jimmy Neutron, Fairly Oddparents and Danny Phantom. While Spongebob is pretty good, it's kind of hard to keep interest showing it all hours of the day.

    My kids usually prefer Cartoon Network for new cartoons coming out and Disney for Phineas and Ferb, Wizards of Waverly Place, Suite Life on Deck, etc. About the only show they watch on Nick is iCarly.

    Now if they really wanted to go retro, they should bring back shows like You Can't Do That on Television.
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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Didn't they try this with Rugrats a while back?
    They did an All Grown Up version where they were teens. It was pretty crappy. Rugrats rocked.

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    They'll inevitably screw this up, but it gives a valuable opportunity to remember what an amazingly awesome show "Doug" was.

    So much goodness in that show, it's really hard to put it into words -- so I'll let a T-Shirt do all my talking for me:

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Quote Originally Posted by TRF View Post
    Angry. Beavers.

    hell yes. and I'm 42.
    I got hooked on that show raising my kids, but Johnny Bravo was my favorite.

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Quote Originally Posted by Caveat Emperor View Post
    They'll inevitably screw this up, but it gives a valuable opportunity to remember what an amazingly awesome show "Doug" was.

    So much goodness in that show, it's really hard to put it into words -- so I'll let a T-Shirt do all my talking for me:

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    If they're '90's cartoons, how are they "classic"?

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingspoint View Post
    If they're '90's cartoons, how are they "classic"?
    Something that debuted in 1990 means it debuted over 20 years ago. We are old. That's how. :

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    Re: Nickelodeon making new episodes of classic 90's cartoons

    Thanks, doug.


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